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 UKBunny
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I'm in coastal Devon - we're drowning in white kids (usually with single mums).

 Justanotherchap
Joined: 12/4/2013
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Posted: 1/25/2019 3:09:41 AM
" why are the native white English people not having kids?"

1) save the planet
2) they can't afford them
3) no houses
4) no taxpayer for subsidy for more than 2 kids (why did that take so long)
 Chastirin
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Posted: 1/25/2019 10:35:05 AM

UK needs to worry about its native birth rates before their economy... why are the native white English people not having kids?


It's fake news. You shouldn't believe everything your President tells you.
 gavs321
Joined: 1/15/2019
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Posted: 1/26/2019 6:36:28 AM
It's not just England... It's every European country.

Only president that has addressed the severe decline of white birth rates is Putin of all people...

Russia is going to have to save the world.

I hope Russia takes over Germany and puts Merkel in the gulag
 mikeparkin2
Joined: 7/25/2016
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Posted: 1/26/2019 3:32:40 PM
The EU cant be seen to condone the uk leaving or other countries would follow suit.
 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 1/28/2019 3:08:00 AM
I doubt that. I think most EU states are thinking more like "go" or "stay" just do one of them.

I don't think it is a done deal yet but I think the chances of us staying are now less likely than a couple of weeks ago. May does seem to be getting people on board with her.
 Theydidnotfixit
Joined: 8/19/2018
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Posted: 2/17/2019 6:05:25 AM
I think we truly are going through a golden period with our UK forum. When I arrived some years ago....now, there was some rash talk of a past golden age that in time turned to talk of a bust in our quaint affairs. But for me this is the best of times that the old forum has had. Self praise is of course no praise but in my own small glittering lovely  way I feel I'm responsible for all this. 


Still no brexit? No billy. Oh well.... perhaps tomorrow. 


 I don't need to remind the forum that there is great uncertainty out in the country. March the 29th is approaching and citizens are stockpiling spam. Business is rather concerned, even the spam guys , and of course the mass murderer Tony Blair. 


I shall try now and assuage that concern by saying that in a certain unloved plebiscite on the 23 day of June 2016, We the british people did bring certainty to business if not the genocidal maniac but for some reason our great statespeople have decided to bring uncertainty to business. I'm at a lost to explain why... because they are devout democrats but sometimes, perhaps uncharitably, I feel they are trying to walk the referendum back or that they are labouring under a belief that we voted to remain in the fourth Reich., as to leave it would only be countenanced by the bigoted or the eternally stupid. But let me tell them now, we voted to leave, to crash out, to plunge off a great big cliff, to end up homeless and starving in a wet cardboard box under the embankment.  What's not clear here ?


Italy was in recession in the last six months of 2018. They produced two quarters of economic contraction, a technical recession. They are very good at this. The further into the Reich Italy has gone the better they have got at achieving shit all. 


Germany the jewel in the Reich and a country ( can you guess the other) which is expected to deliver socialism to everyone in the reich ( socialism.. being other people's money) , wasn't in recession. Although they had a contraction over the total six months... .-02% in the 3rd quarter and zero in the fourth. I wonder in the years ahead whether statisticians will find that that zero to be a small minus. It looks like a rounding error to me because they have had a terrible January.  The ten year bund at 10 basis points is utterly indicative of their plight which in part they are blaming on... Brexit. 


They did not fix it . And because "they" (remainers... globalists... central bankers..war mongering imperialists etc..) haven't fixed their global monetary system.. which well and truly broke in 2007.. their grand plans for us are subject to constant revision, lies and good old  bullshit. The BBC, sky, fleet street, is just propaganda..it's not there to elucidate us. 


How we got to 2019 from 2007 without a huge economic meltdown is a wonder to us who have spotted that these vile losers are running a criminal enterprise and have no idea how to tell the honest hard working masses the truth of their work . 


There is ample evidence and symptoms..  ...Trump!.. that the global economy has well and truly left the ranch. The u.s. national debt has now reached $22 trillion dollars. So what is the reaction ? Nonchalance, we owe it to each other, it's not real, brexit and Gemma Collins. 


The economic "tools" used from the so called great recession until now, have been seen to have ended in complete and utter failure. The evidence of QE's failure, a handout to the already rich at the expense of the poor, is patent because for example we have had over a decade and the European central bank's interest rate is at minus 0.4%.. 


Reaction..more nonchalance and more brexit talk. Let's be clear this is absolutely dire. Not only have we enacted a policy that exacerbates societal inequalities and destroys pensions it has also failed spectacularly to normalise the global economy. 


The Eurozone is heading into a recession. Let's cut rates from minus 0.4 of a % ...ahem...Don't laugh we are only at a mighty plus .75 of a %. They did not fix it and Brexit is a global side show. 


Yes, in conjunction with China going into massive debt, QE bought us some fantasy  time but it came with a massive future price tag. What comes next?  ....not the truth.
 UKBunny
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Posted: 2/17/2019 7:32:09 AM
'UK lorries and planes WILL be allowed into Europe after a no deal Brexit under Brussels' contingency plans amid claims the EU could send FOOD AID to Britain if it crashes out' (Daily Mail)

........... so that's alright then ................

 malinhead
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Posted: 2/18/2019 6:24:05 PM
Can anyone explain to me why the Free State of Ireland which went 100% into the EU including adoption of the currency ,unlike Britain,seems to have faired very well since doing so ,while Britain has not.
 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 2/19/2019 3:03:14 AM
Perhaps because they've mainly been a recipient of EU funds whilst the UK has always paid into the EU? Same for Poland and all the other East European countries who joined.

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