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United Kingdom dcrawford101 
ALL EUROPOORS MAD THAT WE ARE LEAVING RIP EUROPES ECONOMY
2019-12-12 23:33
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TSUUUUUUUUUUUUU
2019-12-12 23:33
0/8 nt nobody cares tbh, except maybe refugees from africa
2019-12-14 19:11
bye noobs
2019-12-12 23:34
your loss tbh
2019-12-12 23:34
Imagine thinking you will be Independent whilst USA is on the horizon 😎
2019-12-12 23:35
#28
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United Kingdom Pandify_Denje 
Them tea-lovers are delusional af...
2019-12-13 00:20
flag does not check out
2019-12-13 16:43
#65
Denmark _GG_ 
Tbf the USA is gonna force chlorinated chickens on us whether we like it or not. We're defo gonna get raped by Trump and his gang. I recommend that you stockpile before you get fucked financially.
2019-12-13 23:35
you guys are gonna be broke soon learn not to jump from balcons dumbs
2019-12-12 23:35
my country is chilling
2019-12-12 23:39
make IRA great again (?) xd
2019-12-12 23:42
#26
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Europe Schizophrenx 
Ireland is great.
2019-12-13 00:19
great again? it was always great
2019-12-13 17:32
#79
china | 
Asia Ace_Y 
not always ireland has been great since joining EU actually
2019-12-14 19:13
the famine was great times we were starving so we all moved to america and thats why so many americans are part irish because we were starving :/
2019-12-14 22:05
Congrats on leaving but dont worry about eu economy. as long as germany is in it, everything is fine since we are superior in any economic aspect to the uk 😎
2019-12-12 23:43
+9 even in wars xd
2019-12-13 00:13
#48
Thorin | 
United Kingdom Areashi 
Leaving what exactly? Not by 2021/2023 at least.
2019-12-13 16:54
dude I am not from EU but even I know you are not in the top 3 economies of EU. Your loss cockney
2019-12-12 23:44
took a quick google and all i found is that we are the 2nd biggest economy
2019-12-13 00:10
keep believing to Trump with hair
2019-12-13 00:11
so your comment that you were sure of was incorrect and then you go and make some some dumb comment, you're really showing your debating prowess here
2019-12-13 00:12
+1 name checks out for u men)
2019-12-13 00:16
thank you, on the hltv front line fighting for the brexit boys
2019-12-13 00:16
Funny how all these cunts think they know what will happen to the UK better than we do smh
2019-12-13 00:17
I am pretty sure I know more than you since I am doing my major on this topic you twat
2019-12-13 00:20
ok mr genius tell me why this is bad for the uk
2019-12-13 00:27
you will see 8) just get out already, you only talk that you want to leave, yet still you are in eu mens))))))
2019-12-13 00:34
#39
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Italy maoLLen 
johnson failed to obtain parliamentary majority after theresa may so calm down toilet
2019-12-13 10:59
and why is that ? I thought pro brexit brits were talking that they are huge majority, so tell me why they had to wait for this so long ? Pro brexitters are delusional, IT WILL be bad for UK, theirs economy is big becouse of EU, becouse all of EU countries.
2019-12-13 16:42
#51
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Italy maoLLen 
because theresa may stepped down and then johnson couldn't obtain the parliamentary majorityyyyyy. i can't say if that's gonna be bad or good for the uk, but i can make you an example: if you're a country in the eu there's a limit so, you can't produce more than X tomatoes, in order to prevent overproduction, and every country has that limit. Moreover, trump wants to make a deal with the uk
2019-12-13 18:23
#47
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Finland autisti22 
what do u think u whats gonna happen? ik that u get worst trade agreements from usa and china that i have never seen, uk people will be poor for atleast 5-10 years without power to buy, players from pl will leave bcs of this, u dont have freedom to travel inside eu ( have fun filling visas). and btw there has only been one country that has left the eu and that process took 8 years so have ur january schedule aint happenin
2019-12-13 16:52
#54
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United States 10YearBansRUs 
1. The trade agreements with the US wont be awful. Trump wants a strong UK and has only spoken well of the UK. You act as if they dont want to benefit from a trade deal as well? China is another issue. 2. UK people will not be poor you idiot. They will be worse off sure, but still in top 10 of Europe. 3. No clue what you mean by players. If its specialists from foreign countries you realise they came here in exchange for citizenship? They wont give it up so easily 4. Boris' trade agreements will make it so its easy, the UK already has similar deals with the US for example to make it easier for people to travel 5. The aim is to have a deal ratified for January, not to leave. He's already said its going to take many years more You clearly are proving his point by not knowing anything or at least less than him. Please stop talking about topics you know little to nothing about.
2019-12-13 18:26
#55
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Italy maoLLen 
top 10 in europe in terms of what?
2019-12-13 19:03
#56
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United States 10YearBansRUs 
gyazo.com/c87814f9ed13782798f6a98f73bab2.. Top 11 including stupid ass microstates in many categories
2019-12-13 19:17
#59
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Finland autisti22 
i hope u have social studies and world economic in school where i study these. 1.why usa wont take advantage of lonelyness of uk? why wouldnt trump improve usa economy like he has promised? 2.when u leave eu ur import lower counts and export rise. this affect the prices inside the uk so prices rise. where uk gonna take debt bcs they gonna need it? from us where they gonna get nice interest to it. 3.i heard a interview where a eu professor said that there could be difficulties to players get visas. not quite on time with this 4. idk where u heard of this must be from trumps twitter. trump liked china and look what happend, a trade war. why it cant happen to uk if us dont like it 5. yes i know that the deal is timed to make at january but there must be a reason why only one country has left eu so far. there gonna be more difficults example uk is already stocked food, gass and medicine. what happens if those ends? if u ever heard that politics is economy, and economy is politics. if u dont need something desperately ofc i gonna try to make as much good to ur self as u can
2019-12-13 23:24
#75
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Italy maoLLen 
i heard a interview where a eu professor said xDDDDDD
2019-12-14 19:08
#67
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Germany naeqode 
None of us EU citizens know what will happen. Funnily enough though, none of the UK citizens know it either. Your desire to leave goes far beyond economical worries and EU procedure. The real reason most people vote leave is much less concrete and more based on a vague gut feeling of "duuuh them poor eastern EUs is takin muh taxmonayyy and Im a patriot yes a patriot a real patriot and Britain first yes". Theres also disdain for the EU inherent concept of "together we are better" which implies, at least to some extend, dependence on others. Thats a sore spot for England which used to never depend on anyone before it became junior partner to the US in all things geopolitics. The illusion is to regain that indepence but in reality its only increasing your dependence. Look at Nordstream 2. Germany is cooperating with Russia to gain independence from the US while staying in the EU. Thats what you coulda done too. As I said, no one knows whatll happen and if you think you do youre lying to yourself. Only time will tell.
2019-12-13 23:55
if boris will win. what will happen ?
2019-12-12 23:44
#21
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Malaysia kaiske 
brexit, probably somewhat soft depending on how big is conservative majority
2019-12-13 00:15
ahh good shits for UK then
2019-12-13 00:15
"good shits for UK then" comes from a Turk. Turkey is tryharding their asses off to enter EU. LULW
2019-12-13 16:45
noone wants to join EU in turkey. only grovment wants to join. noone cars EU here. think again and imagine one middleeast country tries to join EU. 0 iq
2019-12-13 16:52
Wish you all the luck in the world. You are gonna need it. No reason to be mad. but feeling sorry for those who has to suffer because so many knew so little. This is the biggest terror act against UK. And as always those behind wont be the ones to suffer.. All the ordenary people living in the UK will. both those so stupid they believed in the reasons to vote for it. And those who didnt. Terror dont discriminate against stupid and unlucky.
2019-12-13 00:12
Ireland > UK
2019-12-13 00:12
by far ...
2019-12-13 00:14
#63
Denmark _GG_ 
>>>>>* actually
2019-12-13 23:31
#30
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Portugal R4nger)( 
finally
2019-12-13 00:29
The UK is an example of what happens with a lack of education.
2019-12-13 00:31
#62
Denmark _GG_ 
Exactly. Can confirm, the whole north of England has an IQ of 2 combined.
2019-12-13 23:31
How do you even support Brexit? Thought it is forced by 40+ year olds
2019-12-13 00:34
He is
2019-12-13 00:34
Bon vent!
2019-12-13 00:34
LOL - I see you sadly bought into the lies of Boris and the other clowns. Here is a few facts. - The UK economy is already in crisis, leaving is just gonna make it worse - The UK imports more from the EU than the EU buys from the UK, however 27 EU countries are sharing the export to the UK meaning the percentage for each country is not that significant. In contrast close to 50% of UK exports go to the EU, so if the trade back and forth goes down then guess who will feel it the most. Here is a hint - look at the value of the pound, is it up or down compared to before the Brexit vote.
2019-12-13 00:42
#61
Denmark _GG_ 
+1111111111 As a guy who lives in brexit this is true. Leaving isn't just officially leaving - it has economical ramifications, and it will certainly be worse for the UK than the EU. People who aren't stockpiling food and materials or preparing for brexit financially are mentally disabled.
2019-12-13 23:29
A close friend of mine and a fellow Danes has been living in the UK for a few years now. Him and his English GF are doing well, in fact they just build their own house and neither of their careers are in sectors where they likely will lose their jobs. However there are debating if they should move to somewhere else in the EU, nothing has been decided and they will wait and see only just the fact it is a consideration is saying something - I mean they just build a house FFS. My friend mentions that he feels less welcome as a foreigner now that he used to in the UK, when talking about with English friends they all insists that the hostility that some in the UK feels against foreigners is not towards him. Only he still feels the tone has somewhat changed these last years. Do you feel anything like that?
2019-12-13 23:58
#71
Denmark _GG_ 
I've lived in the UK for basically all my life, I have an english accent when I speak and I have an English surname. I haven't experienced any hostility because of these factors, but my mum, who is Danish and has a Danish surname does. I don't doubt that in a lot of areas in the UK, less so around London, there is a lot of hostility towards foreigners.
2019-12-14 00:18
Haha have fun boys
2019-12-13 00:45
#38
rko | 
Saudi Arabia WWF 
Imagine having to make 5 threads over 1 topic
2019-12-13 00:50
#40
Sweden PPH 
Wouldn't mind dispanding the european union
2019-12-13 11:03
Finexit next pls
2019-12-13 11:03
I dont Audi
2019-12-13 16:44
Have you ever looked around in the UK? It's a disgusting mess. Never seen more litter or homeless than in the UK.
2019-12-13 16:59
no close
2019-12-13 18:23
#53
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United Kingdom smackP 
+1
2019-12-13 18:24
As a Dutch man I am not mad that UK is leaving the EU. But I am dissapointed. I totally understand why UK wanted to leave the EU. EU is getting too powerfull, has too many rules and it should never have come to this. After WW2 was ended (and remember, UK was one of the winners and The Netherlands was one of the losers) The Netherlands wanted to make sure this would not happen again and for this reason (and economical reasons and coal and steel) it started the european union with 5 other countries. Later some other countries like the UK joined. It was easier to make deals and trades and to travel beween our countries. It was a WIN/WIN situation. But at some point they wanted to be more powerfull and bigger, so they let more countries join (even the shitty poor ones who have nothing to offer or contribute) and we made them stronger (so we are stronger). But at some point the EU counted 28 countries and the eu started to make eu laws and open borders withing the EU which everyone just had to accept whether they liked it or not, EU citizins could live and work wherever they wanted (which was cool for the poor eu countries, but not so cool for us rich countries). They just made so many rules and even intruduced 1 currency (I respect UK for saying NO to that, The Netherlands also should have declined that stupid idea), and decited that all refugies and immigrants are welcome and that the EU countries should all take them in (ofc they all choose to go the the richest countries like yours and mine). I am not mad, but am sad. I just hope I can still trade with the UK, travel cheap to the UK (I have some relatives who live there and right now an airplane 2-way ticket is between 20 euro and 45 euro). and YES UK leaving EU means that the UK and the EU economy will drop. But this is only temporary. But I am confident that our countries will keep the good relation and make new (maybe even better) agreements that will benefit both countries
2019-12-13 19:27
oi who cars?
2019-12-13 19:25
#60
Denmark _GG_ 
U sure about that?
2019-12-13 23:26
#66
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United Kingdom dRe4Ms 
Can someone explain what happens now that conservative won? When will brexit happen and what deal do they have in mind?
2019-12-13 23:37
#69
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Europe clockworkk 
at the moment the queen dies the UK is fucked /closed
2019-12-14 00:02
dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7557947/Shy.. Haha nice joke, UK is going downhill so fast, its a mess, not a normal working country anymore
2019-12-14 00:14
#72
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France Il_padrino 
UE is shit
2019-12-14 00:19
I hope this is bait lmao EU's economy is many times larger than yours
2019-12-14 00:20
#74
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Denmark Ulver 
Per capita is the only measure that is meaningful. Let's say that your yearly salary is £100,000 but the salary of the family of five living next door is £200,000. Do they have a bigger economy? Yeah sure if you disregard that their economy is to be shared by five people.
2019-12-14 00:27
Good job, UK. Here in Denmark we have always looked towards England. Distant cousins, you know. I hope we follow you out of garbage European Union.
2019-12-14 19:10
why tf has this pathetic bait still not been deleted?
2019-12-14 19:12
#80
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United States sorcrcrc 
the uk is a bigger joke than america right now
2019-12-14 19:13
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