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The Brexit forum.

Rick

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Welcome all to the Brexit forum.

With Article 50 just weeks and days away from being triggered in the United Kingdom, Brexit will effect Ireland unlike any other country in the world.

With that in mind we have decided to create a dedicated Brexit forum where we can keep abreast of all the happenings and discussions in the run up to and after Brexit.

Brexit could shape the very future of Ireland, it will certainly effect our economy and will be the biggest change to the our relationship with the UK since independence.

regards

Rick.
 

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I take great pleasure in thanking you for this Forum.

Please Note the Fake News in RTE etc that Brexit will create a "Hard Border".

Last week the Gardai mounted yet another Hard Border Checkpoint.

These have been reported Pre Brexit for Years as Failed Pakistani Asylum Seekers overwhelm Dublin arriving via the North.

It takes Media Liars to have a good Memory.
 

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Brexit could shape the very future of Ireland, it will certainly effect our economy .
Brexit feels more like a Real Time Event being rolled out as the biggest Threat to our Economy but the ongoing potential Break Up of a Global Reserve Currency/The Eurozone Crisis is buried every day by the 5th Column Media.

The Islamoterror Crisis & Migrant Crisis will also have Far Reaching Consequences for our Economy, thanks to this unbiased Forum, many Politicos & Fiscally Astute observers are constantly updated by the Sites 2 Biggest Threads.

 

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Brexit feels more like a Real Time Event being rolled out as the biggest Threat to our Economy but the ongoing potential Break Up of a Global Reserve Currency/The Eurozone Crisis is buried every day by the 5th Column Media.

The Islamoterror Crisis & Migrant Crisis will also have Far Reaching Consequences for our Economy, thanks to this unbiased Forum, many Politicos & Fiscally Astute observers are constantly updated by the Sites 2 Biggest Threads.

Its criminal that we dont have a Brexit minister, just so typical of Fine Gael, they sleep walk into everything and have a lazy cuntish attitude to dangerous scenarios that could damage this country. As bad as it is sounds, the country would be far better under a fianna Fail government, at least they have put someone who is competent into the Brexit position. Stephen Donnoley maybe a bit of a turncoat but he knows his stuff and will make an excellent Brexit Minister.
 

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Welcome all to the Brexit forum.

With Article 50 just weeks and days away from being triggered in the United Kingdom, Brexit will effect Ireland unlike any other country in the world.

With that in mind we have decided to create a dedicated Brexit forum where we can keep abreast of all the happenings and discussions in the run up to and after Brexit.

Brexit could shape the very future of Ireland, it will certainly effect our economy and will be the biggest change to the our relationship with the UK since independence.

regards

Rick.
Great idea for a forum, badly needed.
 

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Brexit feels more like a Real Time Event being rolled out as the biggest Threat to our Economy but the ongoing potential Break Up of a Global Reserve Currency/The Eurozone Crisis is buried every day by the 5th Column Media.

The Islamoterror Crisis & Migrant Crisis will also have Far Reaching Consequences for our Economy, thanks to this unbiased Forum, many Politicos & Fiscally Astute observers are constantly updated by the Sites 2 Biggest Threads.

Its really amazing that despite this being such a big event for Ireland the media appear to see it as something that has zero effect on us, the typical "sure it all be grand" type attitude.
 

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That is the Gamble that they are taking.

They know that to Report it like I do on this Site will speed the Day of an Irish UKIP, however to under-report it up until it blows exposes them ;)
 

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That is the Gamble that they are taking.

They know that to Report it like I do on this Site will speed the Day of an Irish UKIP, however to under-report it up until it blows exposes them ;)
And what great work you do D4, your threads are the light for many of us to see the truth from the fake news of RTE and the Dublin elite.
 

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Fellow islanders. Our neighbours. We share their values and culture. We have more in common with our fellow islanders than we will ever have with Europeans.
 

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Fellow islanders. Our neighbours. We share their values and culture. We have more in common with our fellow islanders than we will ever have with Europeans.
We do share our hatred of the British with the Europeans.
 

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I thought you were being a bit tongue in cheek.

I was with some FG guys lately, top, middle & grass roots- Kenny has some serious enemies there dude! ohhhhhhhhhhh

Trump, Putin & Brexit will adjust a lot of Irish mindsets at a time that the Sergent McCabe Scandal weakans many opinion forming Insiders here.
 

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I thought you were being a bit tongue in cheek.

I was with some FG guys lately, top, middle & grass roots- Kenny has some serious enemies there dude! ohhhhhhhhhhh

Trump, Putin & Brexit will adjust a lot of Irish mindsets at a time that the Sergent McCabe Scandal weakans many opinion forming Insiders here.
I know exactly what you are saying, the only reason Kenny hasn't been removed is that the favourite to replace him is Coveney or Varadkar, neither of them excite the membership and would be expected to win a third term.
 

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Oh, I think you & I know exactly were we are both coming from most of the time.

I've seen dissident Republicans, Shinners, FF Supporters & FG Supporters all move to a consensus on a lot of matters over the last few years both here & on P.ie.