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Showing posts with label Brexit. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Brexit. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Like Trump & NATO, Brexit & The EU—Which Will Cost the UK More Than It Already Has, Including Scotland

The EU shouldn't really miss the UK if the UK goes through with the (as Fox News dubbed Brexit) "divorce"—after all, the UK is playing games and has already reenergized the Scottish independence movement (and Scotland wanted to remain a member of the EU, thus voting "Remain" on the Brexit referendum). With Scotland reconsidering the independence that it hasn't had in almost 310 years and wanting the rejoin the EU, May and others should consider Scotland alone as a factor to call off its divorce from the EU.

Besides, the UK is doing the EU as Trump wants to do to NATO: divorce it and leave it vulnerable, and leave itself vulnerable in the end. NATO and the EU weren't founded after the Holocaust in Germany for no reason (Keep in mind that the Holocaust was still going on in Russia, especially since Stalin had implemented his "Final Solution" plan—and ended up learning how "Final Solution" plans work out in the end five years later, as if he shouldn't have learned that when the Holocaust ended in Germany—and Godless and Anti-Semitic Stalin's gulags did not close until 1960, and the Holocaust therefore lasted a total of an all-the-more-startling 38 years.).

As for the EU? It might teach the UK a hard lesson and not take it back—after all, why should the EU take back a UK that thinks that it can stand without its for-now fellow EU members? After all, it took France and other modern-day EU (and modern-day NATO) members to end the Holocaust in Germany, didn't it? Then again, the motive for the UK leaving the EU (and Trump wanting to leave NATO) does have to do with Anti Semitism (and other racism and xenophobia). By the way, the UK also has a legacy of treating Holocaust survivors and others whom made aliyah, and sabras miserably after the Holocaust—thus being no better than the Germany and the not-really-an-ally USSR that it fought.

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Originally On LinkedIn: Posts About Brexit-Turning-Bregret Are More Proof That LinkedIn Is Being Misused? No.

As I replied to someone whom observed that 10,000 Brexit-turned-Bregret posts is more proof that LinkedIn is turning into another social medium as opposed to a professional one, I'll observe here: 10,000 Brexit-turned-Bregret posts is actually not a part of that proof.

In fact, since Brexit-turned-Bregret-hopefully-turned-Bredemption affects the UK's and other countries' workforces, 10,000 posts about what could eventually be Britain's Kol Nidre moment demonstrate that LinkedIn is a professional forum wherein Britain's possibly-eventual Kol Nidre moment is concerned. After all, LinkedIn users seem to have concern about, for example, Jewish, Polish, and other workers whom could be forced to leave the United Kingdom's and other workforces if Brexit ends up not turning into Bredemption.

These LinkedIn users understand that these discriminated-against citizens and legal non-citizen workers could be forced to leave the workforces, leave empty professional niches behind them, and leave already-vulnerable economies more vulnerable along with the global economy which each country's economy affects in some way—and the BNP/"Britain First" crowd will have Britain be the first to professionally and economically crash if they have their way.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Originally On LinkedIn, With Some Additions And Revisions Here: Can "Bregret" Turn Into "Bredemption"/"Breversal"/The UK's "Kol Nidrei" Moment? | Nicole V. Czarnecki | Pulse | LinkedIn

When I wrote about "Bregret", I did not write about it for no reason. As Labour Party MP David Lammy and other UK citizens are begging, "Let us not destroy our economy on the basis of lies and hubris...".

Destroying an economy includes throwing people out of workforces, for example; and unless Britain can turn "Bregret" into "Bredemption"/"Breversal", the UK is in trouble.

May there be a "Bredmption"/"Breversal" that we can truly call the UK's "Kol Nidre" moment—since Yom Kippur 5776 is coming up in October, anyway, and the UK may have time to reverse their "Leave" votes and keep PM Cameron from stepping down in October. After all, this seems to be the tone of many of the 52% of UK voters whom prohibited the UK from vowing itself to the EU any longer:

"Prohibitions, oaths, consecrations, vows that we may vow, swear, consecrate, or prohibit upon ourselves..."regarding them all, we regret them henceforth."
By the way, PM Cameron is a descendant of Eliyahu HaLevi Levita, and that makes the Yom Kippur connection all the more fitting.