Skip to comments.Pro-EU Emmanuel Macron’s election victory is worrying news for Brexit Britain as he appears to sound
Posted on 05/08/2017 1:43:21 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
... declared Brexit a crime in his manifesto, and pledged to be tough on the UK in an interview in February.
Macron told Channel 4: If your Government decides to organise a Brexit, I will be pretty tough on it.
We have to preserve the rest of the European Union and not to convey the message that you can decide to leave without any consequences.
(Excerpt) Read more at thesun.co.uk ...
Prediction: over the next two years Britain will see an uptick in French refugees.
These won’t be Muslims. They’ll be regular French people, fleeing from The Terror.
the victorious Macron appeared in front of supporters in Paris to the sound of EU anthem Ode To Joy – rather than iconic French anthem La Marseillaise.BEETHOVEN.ODE TO JOY
Ode to Joy
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"Ode to Joy" (German: "An die Freude" [an diː ˈfʁɔʏdə], first line: "Freude, schöner Götterfunken") is an ode written in the summer of 1785 by German poet, playwright, and historian Friedrich Schiller and published the following year in Thalia. A slightly revised version appeared in 1808, changing two lines of the first and omitting the last stanza.
"Ode to Joy" is best known for its use by Ludwig van Beethoven in the final (fourth) movement of his Ninth Symphony, completed in 1824.
So now France and Germany are going to try and twist England’s arm to stay in?
Is the EU like the Aryan Nation?
Blood in, blood out?
He’ll likely consult his mother, er, wife on this matter.
The Makron, leader of the Strogg, now runs France.
What’s the story over there?
What countries are really in a lot of trouble with their “refugees” and what countries are holding their own?
The news makes it sounds like France, Sweden, Germany and Italy are in a lot of trouble.
Don’t hear much about Spain and maybe a few others.
It seems war refugees who were living for years in camps in Turkey, tend to have some issues.
If you go and examine what the UK imports in from Germany...the key item is cars (800,000 per year), mostly from Stuttgart and Bavaria (Porsche, VW, Mercedes, and BMW).
My humble belief is that it’ll be readily apparent by December of this year that no treaty can be accomplished and the big-name car manufacturers will rush into Merkel’s office and ask what the heck is going on? Merkel will wake up and realize the dramatic impact upon the German work force and economy....then try to talk to the EU.
Oddly, at that point in time...the idiots of the EU will be more tied to Macron, who wants the harsh BREXIT stance to continue on. Why? If you destroy the German car import situation...you will hurt Germany to a significant degree, and suddenly the global bankers behind Macron will be gleefully smiling because they lured Merkel successfully into a dark corner and no way to escape.
By the end of 2018, the non-existent exit treaty will be apparent and stock prices on BMW, Mercedes, and VW will all be in some decline. Employees will be going through some minor lay-off talk, and the pro-Merkel enthusiasm will be hard to find in the southern half of Germany.
The EU likes Macron...but mostly because he’s the long-term leader of their stance, not Merkel.
Are there really no go zones for police?
Do Germans and Swiss and the French feel safe leaving their homes.
You would think bedlam is breaking out around the clock from the news one reads.
Only those who are there really know.
Except, the British pound sterling is already way down and the impact on German car exports to UK (not their largest market) is already being baked into the cake.
Seems Brits so inclined, will be paying more for their beloved German automobiles.
Personally, I never once had a problem with a Muslim.
There definitely is a problem of fanatics wanting to mass murder people. It is interesting IS could not pop off an attack of some kind yesterday, on schedule as it were.
I am glad you have had no problems.
Have a good one. :)
I’ll be vigilant though.
If you see something, say something.
Thanks dp0622, you too FRiend.
There are generally only six countries out of the EU (28 total) that has positive benefits for asylum seekers. The six are Netherlands, UK, France, Germany, Belgium and Sweden. Most (especially Portugal and Greece) are the absolute bottom of benefits or help to restart your new life as an immigrant.
In the case of the UK, Germany, Belgium, France and Sweden....all, either intentionally or accidentally, created ghetto-like conditions over the past forty years, and created massive urban-planning problems, and crime-zones (no-go areas).
The EU solution, because no one wants to say ‘no’ or set a limit, is to force all 28 members to accept a certain number each year. While they agreed in prinicpal to accept that EU ‘number’...oddly, they haven’t gone to the next step where you’d actually bring that number in, So various countries (especially Hungary) barely enforce the EU regulation, thus getting the EU hostile that they won’t obey the EU.
Adding to this whole issue is the simple fact that almost all of the 28 members of the EU...have a negative birth-rate. If they did absolutely nothing, over the next 500 years...they’d all be down to 25-percent of their present population. None of them can operate a social system, pension system, or continue manufacturing numbers with this type of long-term problem.
Screw the damn frogs. Let them boil in their own waste
Your statement appears to be an excuse for the brutal rapes and murders carried out by these 'refugees'. Please correct this impression.
The problems you mention run much deeper than the refugees or those who have already lived there a few generations.
W Europe is in an existential crisis i they are not having kids, not even at a number that replaces those who, frankly, die.
I would be more optimistic if I read about at least SOME thriving non radical muslim neighborhoods in one of these countries.
I dont think I’ll see W. Europe totally overrun in my lifetime, but it seems like the facts dictate that it must happen eventually.
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