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Well, looks like the people of UK have decided. They were asked… 
24th-Jun-2016 02:38 pm
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Well, looks like the people of UK have decided. They were asked whether they want to have a new recession and Scotland to leave. They said yes.
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24th-Jun-2016 09:15 am (UTC)
Heard Northern Ireland wants to leave now, too.
24th-Jun-2016 09:20 am (UTC)
Not surprising, they don't want to be that much separated from Ireland either.
24th-Jun-2016 01:47 pm (UTC)
It infuriates me that something this important can pass with anything less than 100% support. Nearly half the country voted to stay. And the majority of them were the young voters.

Best post I saw on Tumblr was "people over the age of 65 should not be allowed to vote. Because it's not their future"...
24th-Jun-2016 01:52 pm (UTC)
Looking at the yes/no maps, it's interesting to see how the bigger cities have voted for staying. Looks to me that the more intelligent and better educated people have voted to stay. And, I guess, the ones voting to leave are also the ones who will likely suffer the most from the consequences of this.
24th-Jun-2016 01:59 pm (UTC)
Oh they will definitely suffer. Whats-his-pickle who led the charge on Brexit was promising 350million pounds that they pay to the EU (which is a false number, they really pay only about 119million) would be funneled into the NHS. And he's been seen on camera saying that it was a flat out mistake to promise that.

It's really rather horrifying.

Because I fear for my neighbours to the south. Trump is a very real threat in the states. And Brexit has shown that it could be possible.
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25th-Jun-2016 05:47 am (UTC)
People who weren't smart enough to check the facts were either scared into voting for leaving or were promised things that can not be delivered, quite the opposite...
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