Nigel Farage is now taking credit for the weather.
Interesting that he is surrounded at his press conference by oldish white men. No women, no people browner than a light tan.
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Announces he will resign as PM.
The prime minister said he would meet with the European Council next week to explain the decision and begin the process toward the ultimate exit of the U.K. However, Cameron said such talks would be best undertaken by a new leader.
“I do not think it would be right for me to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination,” he said.
Global markets taking a nosedive everywhere.
“Demolish the bridges behind you… then there is no choice but to build again.”
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Congratulations on a step forward towards liberty, and a blow to the New World Order. Sure, these will be tried again, and Bilderberg will probably double down their efforts. A chance for a better tomorrow is why these are fought. Also, anyone notice how this had the highest voter turnout in the UK within this decade? That alone speaks volumes.
Now, if Americans can stop being distracted by bathrooms and start focusing on supporting the Brits by action in their better tomorrow...
This billion level freakout that's going on is quite hilarious. Like their whole world has been shattered and now the armies of darkness will march over it all.
The problem here is that the EU became too much and used its benefits as a means of extracting away other things that the nations themselves may not want. Basically it became a dare. The English are the first one to take up the dare and now we will see what happens.
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Growing old is mandatory -- growing up is optional!
There's one other thing happening you probably won't see again in quite a while: Alex Jones and the Infowars site are jubilant. Yes, I used those words in the same sentence without any sort of negative verb descriptor.
Get rid of the EU parliament and go back to the common market??
Reports are coming in of British tourists stranded because banks and businesses have frozen the British pound.
So who's next out? The Netherlands? France? Italy?
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North Dakota Hockey:
France, Germany and the Netherlands won't leave because they all have too much invested in the EU politically. Italy can't leave due to economics, same with many other nations, mostly the smaller ones. The Scandinavians will stay away forever now.
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