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    How to collapse the EU? - Brexit


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    Re: How to collapse the EU? - Brexit

    Post  kvs on Sun Aug 07, 2016 3:33 am

    magnumcromagnon wrote:Varo-fuck-ass finally exposes himself as the fraud, traitor, and Trojan horse we suspected him to be:

    It took a year to find out whether he was ultimately right or not, but Engdahl's position was vindicated when Varoufakis went on Soros' "Project Syndicate" webpage to advocate for the creation of a "Progressive International" in order to defeat the likes of Hillary Clinton...and President Putin. In a proto-manifesto startlingly similar to the author's own earlier warnings about the rise of Secular Wahhabis, the Greek (anti-)"hero" came out sharply against the Russian leader and his alleged "Trump, Le Pen, (and) Britain’s right-wing Brexiteers" allies for being part of "a nationalist international – a classic creature of a deflationary period – united by contempt for liberal democracy and the ability to mobilize those who would crush."


    Putin may be bad for Soros and his ambitions but Putin is definitely good for Russia. All these foreign f*cks should bugger on off. Russia does not
    need more western inspired revolution and ideology. It's all cancer.

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    Re: How to collapse the EU? - Brexit

    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 29, 2017 9:42 am

    UK prime minister signs formal Brexit letter to Brussels — official photo

    The notice will trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, starting a two-year period of negotiations on terms of Brexit

    LONDON, March 29. /TASS/. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has signed a formal letter to notify the European Union leadership that London was formally launching the procedure of quitting the organization, according to a photo released late Tuesday by the UK media.

    The image shows May at the table in her official office in London. The letter, that has several pages, will be delivered personally to European Council President Donald Tusk on Wednesday by the UK ambassador to the EU, Tim Barrow.

    The official notice will trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, starting a two-year period of negotiations on terms and conditions of Brexit.

    May will also make a speech before the Parliament on Wednesday at approximately 12:30 GMT (14:30 Moscow time).

    On Tuesday evening, the prime minister called German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President of the European Council Donald Tusk, and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker "to update them ahead of the letter giving notification of the UK’s intention to withdraw from the European Union being delivered tomorrow," May’s office said in a statement.

    "In separate calls, they agreed that a strong EU was in everyone’s interests and that the UK would remain a close and committed ally," the statement reads. "They also agreed on the importance of entering into negotiations in a constructive and positive spirit, and of ensuring a smooth and orderly exit process.".


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