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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian_Wainer View Post
    Marine Le Pen has a good chance of becoming French President and has promised to hold a referendum on France's membership of the EU. If France leaves the EU should Ireland stay in the EU or leave?

    5 or maybe 3
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    Le Grande Orient control all the other major parties, I dont like the fact that she praised 1789 but there is no getting around that she is the mummy of "Le Vrai Pays", the real France. France is heading towards a three sided civil war between NATOniks, le vrai pays and ISIL and could well end up partitioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrderoftheDragon View Post
    The EU has a decision to make, continue supporting the agenda of globalists and mass immigrationists or do what they are supposed to do, work for the betterment of the EUROPEAN people.

    Then can work with us or they can disappear, it's their choice.
    The EU was sold as bringing jobs and prosperity for Irish people and now it seems that the Good Europeans have reneged on those promises. They now see the EU's main role as creating jobs for a Third World racaille and Eastern Europeans; at the expense of the people who voted for their EU flim-flam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerdasi amaq View Post
    The EU was sold as bringing jobs and prosperity for Irish people and now it seems that the Good Europeans have reneged on those promises. They now see the EU's main role as creating jobs for a Third World racaille and Eastern Europeans; at the expense of the people who voted for their EU flim-flam.
    Yes, I remember the EU being sold as more jobs, Being able to fly without a passport. That all the prices will be the same, and a price of coffee will be the same as in Italy (around 50 cents one guy said in a radio debate)
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    Clearly we were deceived but our deceivers are still in power - in both politics and media - and there will be no escape until they are ousted.
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    The eurotrons were given numerous warnings that they were arrogantly pushing a federalist agenda for their own ends over the wishes of the peoples of Europe.

    IMO Brexit was merely the beginning of the destruction of those plans as the peasants can see what this means for them. A German dominated cultural marxist dead end of misery.

    The EEC was a good idea, but unfortunately as often happens when you let self serving megalomaniacal sociopaths, psychopaths and their minions loose, ordinary people see how they are to be shafted & inevitably are saying get to fck / back into yer box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratio Et Fides View Post
    Le Grande Orient control all the other major parties, I dont like the fact that she praised 1789 but there is no getting around that she is the mummy of "Le Vrai Pays", the real France. France is heading towards a three sided civil war between NATOniks, le vrai pays and ISIL and could well end up partitioned.
    Presumably you are including on Trots on the side of ISIL.

    Otherwise you can make that a four way split.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lúidín View Post
    Clearly we were deceived but our deceivers are still in power - in both politics and media - and there will be no escape until they are ousted.
    Slowly, Slowly, (but inevitably) Catchee Monkey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blinding View Post
    I hope the Irish government has contingency plans in the event of the collapse and disintegration of the EU .

    It certainly is a possibility and I for one hope it happens.
    Another round of iodine tablets maybe?
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    From David McWilliams .. a guy I know ALL of you love .. Not .. Cue the usual fake news + David McWilliams, Seriously remarks. Which BTW, contribute nothing to a discussion, they are only PERSONAL opinions?

    Ireland’s financial destiny is in the hands of angry French voters – this is what we must do if the euro breaks up | David McWilliams

    Ms Le Pen represents the alternative and she is a powerful political force, articulate, reasonable and highly electable. She wants France to leave the euro the day after she gets elected, she wants to tell the EU Commission to back off and she wants to kick-start French industry by allowing the French government to explicitly buy French manufacturing goods and to subsidise French industry. Both EU competition law and EU state-aid provisions prohibit such policies.
    If she sticks to her commitment to print French Francs, the euro is over.
    What happens then?

    The first thing to happen in the case of a Le Pen victory is that money will flood out of all non-German members of the euro. Italy will face a massive bond crisis, presaging default fears. Greece will be gone. Spain and Portugal will experience similar bond crises, and so too will Ireland.
    [/quote]Granted, it might not happen, but it could easily. Ireland’s monetary future and our financial security is now down to the whims of angry French voters. Surely we should be prepared or have a plan, don’t you think?[/quote]


    So now that you have gotten the David McWilliams, Seriously remarks out of your systems .. Can we discuss the points mentioned? I dont think he is too far off the mark TBH?
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