Calls for referendums to leave EU in Italy, France, Netherlands and Denmark.
Many people in Europe are waking up to a radically changed state of world affairs. Great Britain has successfully voted to leave the European Union. The mainstream media will put forth a controlled narrative of economics, neo-national conservationism and counter globalism, but what really concerned people who were in favor of the end of the European Union is it’s suicidal policies regarding Middle Eastern Muslim immigration. Free societies in Europe could not survive such a continuing influx of people, some of whom in favor Sharia law and approve of jihad. This issue needed to be confronted sooner or later, unless European nation was to continue to opt for appeasement and thus surrender their national identities and sovereignty.
The Brexit election’s results will strengthen the position of Britians political populist and labor parties, and after the Globalist, money movers, Stock manipulators, and former prime minister David Cameron are finished throwing a temper tantrum we should begin to see the Pound to regain some strength.
Within minutes of the Brexit vote decision, the Scottish National Party issued a statement saying it “sees its future in Europe,” suggesting the likelihood of another referendum on leaving the UK.
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A May survey from Ipsos Mori asked residents of eight European countries whether or not they supported a referendum regarding their own country’s EU membership. Nearly half did.
The survey revealed that support for leaving the EU was highest among Italians, French, and Swedes.
European politicians are already preparing for Brexit’s aftermath. On Saturday Jean Asselborn, Luxembourg’s foreign minister and an outspoken critic of the UK leaving, will head to Berlin to discuss the referendum’s outcome with Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
As a result, Germany, France, Italy and several other governments are determined to make Britain’s secession from the EU as painful as possible. “Unwinding British membership is bound to be a miserable business anyway. It is not in the EU’s interests to make it seem simple,” one Brussels official said.
German Finance Ministry papers seen by Die Welt newspaper last night expressed concern that Brexit would set off a domino effect, listing Austria, Finland, the Netherlands and Hungary as countries that could follow the UK’s lead. The papers recommend making the UK ‘an associated partner country’ of the remaining 27 EU nations, according to reports.
The European Council (summit) president, Donald Tusk, has warned that this process could take at least seven years.
Removing Britain from EU laws would take the official two year “secession” period, he said. If the UK decides to leave both the EU and the single market, it would be “much more difficult” to negotiate what happens next, the former Polish Prime Minister said. That would take at least a further five years “without any guarantee of a success”.
In any case, several European governments believe that their own and the EU’s interests may lie in ensuring a failure.
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