Every country in the world has a small minority of football thug type racists and its horrible what these people have said and done over the past few days. 99.9% of people in the UK condemn this behaviour and it will never be condoned.
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You are right bepop - but now it is not 1 % of frustrated idiots.ALL of my friends are now saying very bad things about muslims and 90 % of them are AGAINST EU- ALL of them have good jobs some are CEO or they are at least ,,average''.None of them are football redneck's.We got here a FB site called ,,No to islamisation of Europe'' witch have 300 000 likes and are dramatically radical.Its a lot for small 36 mln country.If you are not blonde and white then you can have a a lot of problems in some places... The same In Germany where most of my family is .I just think that there is big danger of something bad ,really bad in future.If EU will be destoyed then this kind of behavior could explode.Its like a end of long marriage - there is not only a divorce,it is start of frustrate,hate and confict instinct ...
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Now this is exactly what all radical muslims (foreign sponsored Wahhabis) and nationalist right wing people want us to believe. That this is a fight of culture. So simple to adhere to because it appeals to the baser human instinct. Sad.
By the way, i think that there are virtually no muslims in Poland. Only a small minority consisting of native Tatars, living in Poland since 600 years and immigrants from the soviet times.
Last edited by Tellur; June 29th, 2016 at 05:09 AM.
Why the Brexit referendum might not be the last word on Britain’s EU Membership
Despite the results of the Brexit referendum, some are still questioning whether Britain will actually leave the European Union. At the moment, no one knows for what sure will happen, especially given the current chaotic state of British politics, and this post is not meant to be an attempt at predicting the future. But for now, the decision of whether Brexit actually occurs is a political one, as opposed to a legal obligation. As such, it will be subject to political calculations. The purpose of this post is to highlight the factors – from a political scientist’s perspective — that could potentially make that political decision costly enough that a different path forward is taken. Or, put another way, if Britain does somehow manage to avoid leaving the European Union, some combination of the factors below could end up being part of the reason why:
1. The Brexit referendum has no legal standing in terms of Britain exiting the EU.
2. In Britain, Parliament is sovereign.
3. Sometimes constitutional changes require more than a majority to pass.
4. Sometimes constitutional changes require more than one vote to pass.
5. Sometimes constitutional changes have sub-national as well as national vote requirements.
6. Triggering Article 50 seems to be a terrible way to begin negotiations for any country.