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kurisupisuJun. 26, 2016 - 01:49PM JST
Had the vote gone the other way, I would have been better off financially.
However, after many decades in the EU the negatives swayed enough of the people to save the group.
For me there were many other factors that convinced me that a leave vote was
more beneficial to the UK in the long run.
The generation of this petition will not change the present status quo
Posted in: More than 2.5 million and rising sign UK petition for new EU referendum
kurisupisuJun. 26, 2016 - 10:49AM JST
And with the recent turmoil in Europe it'll be more of the same in June!
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kurisupisuJun. 26, 2016 - 10:40AM JST
The English never had much trouble moving around the place before the EU and they won't now.
As the UK has a trade deficit with the EU, it is inconceivable that English buyers won't be able to continue to purchase goods from the EU, is it?
Posted in: From trade to migration: How Brexit may hit the EU economy
kurisupisuJun. 26, 2016 - 10:18AM JST
“Why would you locate in the UK?” asked Desmond Lachman, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and former IMF official. “You don’t know what kind of access you’ll have to the (EU). Why not just wait?”
Mr Lachman a former member of the IMF, an organization responsible for the imposition of draconian conditions on poor countries , cannota be relied on to give an impartial view on this matter.......
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kurisupisuJun. 26, 2016 - 10:04AM JST
The UK joined the EU in the seventies.
How many of these old agreements need changing?
It is tiring to keep hearing what Obama,Merkel and others think when
it is the ordinary people that live under the money gobbling EU and it is these ordinary that are PAYING to keep
this bloated bureaucracy functioning.
Big government, which the EU embodies vampirically sucks and sucks.
How will it be?
Life will go on much the same as before except for the people of the UK, the
number of useless rules are going to be a lot less!
Posted in: Crisis or speed bump? What UK vote means for economy sectors
kurisupisuJun. 26, 2016 - 09:23AM JST
Merkel has allowed over a million immigrants into Germany-once they get German
passports, many of them will be off to the UK!
It is in the interests of the English people to not allow this.....
Posted in: Merkel sees no need to rush Britain into quick EU divorce
kurisupisuJun. 25, 2016 - 07:40AM JST
The currency traders and stock companies are minting it as their trading, up or down means
Posted in: How do you think Brexit will affect Japan's economy?
kurisupisuJun. 25, 2016 - 07:33AM JST
So, people are going to stop communicating?
They are going to communicate more since their neighbors are much more likely to speak English once the millions of EU immigrants no longer find themselves welcome!
Posted in: Can the EU survive Brexit?
kurisupisuJun. 25, 2016 - 07:29AM JST
Why did The UK's people vote to leave?
Ans: millions of immigrants
Surely, that hasn't escaped the attention of the Japanese people nor it's politicians?
Abe San can't be surprised since Japan's immigration policy is tighter than a kamo's butt!
And to all those Japanese factories in the UK.
Your products are 20% more competitive!
Posted in: Brexit shock more bad news for Abe
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 11:33PM JST
Before the referendum, HRH is rumored to have asked 'give me three reasons why we should be in the EU?'
Maybe the Queen was a secret Brexiteer all along!
Posted in: Asian central banks, policymakers wade in to calm markets after Brexit vote
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 10:49PM JST
Looks like no-plan Aso and Abe are still puffing and not doing !
Posted in: Nikkei plunges almost 8% in Brexit selloff
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 10:47PM JST
All the minus comments, but I was right on the Brexit and many months ago on how Trump
Trump for POTUS!!!!
Posted in: Donald Trump says Britons 'took back control of their country'
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 09:23PM JST
I am not advocating stopping immigration.
I am for the UK having more control over who it allows in though.
And my example of stepping over immigrants is not hyperbole!
In January this year I walked from Marble Arch to Buckingham Palace-if you do the same walk and go under the Hyde Park underpass you'll see the same as I did..,,,,
Posted in: Global markets plunge as Britain votes to leave EU
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 08:20PM JST
The Don is right there!
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 08:19PM JST
Of course Cameron is stunned!
He has very little in common with the average person in the UK
However, he knows well what his uncontrolled actions have had on the UK as democracy has handed him a rejection of the EC and the dictatorial mandates that it has spawned.........let's welcome the next leader,more in touch with the electorate !!!!
Posted in: British PM David Cameron to resign after Brexit humiliation
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 08:09PM JST
Most of the poor Brits never had the opportunity to get out of the UK, never mind stand in line at immigration!
However, the next time they are in a shop or a hotel they'll at least be able to fluently speak their native language!
I pity you standing in line mate, but not much....
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 02:57PM JST
Japan can do little but to watch the yen rise!
Maybe, a more negative interest rate might help ?
If Japan let in more immigrants they'd see an uptick in the economy just like the UK did?
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 02:55PM JST
Err, what it might mean for the ordinary person is a more robust,wealthier life for the native English population!
How many UK companies are taking advantage of and abusing immigrant workers?
Well, we will never know as cash under the table
payments to cleaners,labourers,pallet stackers etc are not recorded.
Leaving the EU is a boost for our low cost workers.
I for one , will be much happier not to have to step over sleeping immigrants on the streets
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 01:02PM JST
The fall in the pound will be a massive boost for UK exports and the property owning class will see yet another meteoric rise in the value of their properties!
Winners all round!
Plus we do no longer have to pay for all those paper shufflers in Brussels anymore !
kurisupisuJun. 24, 2016 - 11:30AM JST
When it comes to London, as half of the Population are not even Native English that could well be a boost for the in vote....
Search the Largest English Job Board in Japan.
Jun. 26, 2016 - 10:30PM JST
Maybe. Never heard of him.
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Jun. 26, 2016 - 10:29PM JST
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