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Creator: jhoijhoi June 6, 2011 7:25am
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I bet we can go worse.
The poeple who wrote in harambe were right, debate me.
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I prohably could have made a pretty ok argument based on how all the candidates were ****
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Meiyjhe wrote:
Actually no, most don't feel like that at all. Europe is close to being in the same spot as America. In the Netherlands there is this guy going around who is like Trump but then better with words which is damn terrifying. I understood that Nigel (the guy from the Brexit) was very similar to that as well.

****'s scary.


No its not, economically Europe lags behind America and it has much bigger financial problems in the eurozone than America currently faces. It's almost universally agreed upon by economists that Europe's economy has recovered quite poorly since the 2008 financial crisis.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/7-ways-the-u-s--economy-is-trouncing-europe-s-180225192.html

http://money.cnn.com/infographic/news/economy/us-versus-europe-economy/

http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2016/06/16/the-u-s-economy-is-in-great-shape-compared-to-its-peers/

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jan/16/why-the-european-economy-is-worse

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/06/17/482328208/u-s-economic-recovery-looks-good-compared-with-sluggish-europe-asia


I also haven't lived in Spain for over 2 years. :thinking:


22.7% national unemployment, 45.80% youth unemployment; I wonder why you don't live in Spain anymore...



Brexit is the dumbest thing ever to witness. Politicans fed the people with wrong information and people were dumb enough to believe it. Young people didn't vote because they thought it was impossible for a Brexit. I hope that Brexit will be a lesson to the whole EU, so they will actually unite this hopeless continent or do something else.


Brexit was brilliant and the economy has fared quite well in Britain, far better than "economic experts" had predicted. 65% of young people went to the polls in Britain for Brexit in a referendum that had 73% voter turnout. This myth is being perpetuated by Stay camp whiners who are triggered by the fact that they legitimately lost the election and they lost it quite handidly. To put it into perspective, that 65% is significantly higher than the U.S. youth turnout rate (48%). To further put it into perspective; voter turnout in Britain for the 2015 Parliamentary election was 34.19%. This idea that voters, particularly young voters, didn't turnout is a blatantly lie.

http://www.bbc.com/news/politics/eu_referendum/results

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jul/09/young-people-referendum-turnout-brexit-twice-as-high

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/generalelection/general-election-2015-explained-turnout-10224278.html

I would agree with your last sentence, hopeless seems to be the most apt description for the European Union
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Mooninites wrote:
No its not, economically Europe lags behind America and it has much bigger financial problems in the eurozone than America currently faces. It's almost universally agreed upon by economists that Europe's economy has recovered quite poorly since the 2008 financial crisis.
Economy is the thing I am least worried about but ok
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Meiyjhe wrote:
Economy is the thing I am least worried about but ok

this. I am far more worries about far-right parties getting elected for banning refugees and turning european countries in another america by effectively removing our healthcare systems, our support for green energy and our social systems after they are done with the refugees.
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Mooninites wrote:





Brexit was brilliant and the economy has fared quite well in Britain, far better than "economic experts" had predicted. 65% of young people went to the polls in Britain for Brexit in a referendum that had 73% voter turnout. This myth is being perpetuated by Stay camp whiners who are triggered by the fact that they legitimately lost the election and they lost it quite handidly. To put it into perspective, that 65% is significantly higher than the U.S. youth turnout rate (48%). To further put it into perspective; voter turnout in Britain for the 2015 Parliamentary election was 34.19%. This idea that voters, particularly young voters, didn't turnout is a blatantly lie.

http://www.bbc.com/news/politics/eu_referendum/results

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jul/09/young-people-referendum-turnout-brexit-twice-as-high

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/generalelection/general-election-2015-explained-turnout-10224278.html

I would agree with your last sentence, hopeless seems to be the most apt description for the European Union



How can you judge expert opinions, when Brexit hasnt even happened yet? Noone can really predict what will happen until article 50 is triggerend and we have at least a rough draft on how everything will shape up with trade and employment contracts between UK and the EU.

And your referenced articles also show, that 70% of the youth voters voted remains, which of course doesnt matter in a democracry, but in a decision that is so heavily about the future and not so much about the present it is still a concerning number.

And as some others stated, ecnonomy isnt my biggest worry, Brexit, LePen, Trump are all part of a widespread comeback of nationalism and hate, trying to recreate something long gone.

I am not saying things are good in the EU right now, hell no, but that still doesnt justify something even worse.
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Losing 7 games in a row due to my own autistic tendencies + the temperature being nearly 40 degrees = quitting league & playing smite for the rest of the week.
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Ridin wrote:
Losing 7 games in a row due to my own autistic tendencies + the temperature being nearly 40 degrees = quitting league & playing smite for the rest of the week.

I feel ya man, used to play the game cold. It affects you so much more than you think.
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