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    he needs to take a long hard look in the mirror

    to be honest, there are problems with the euro, yes, but trying to be all 'charismatic politician', making pretty speeches criticising those who are trying to make it work with no real solutions is not going to solve anything.

    what a colossal ****er nigel farage is.
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    (Original post by joebro)
    he needs to take a long hard look in the mirror

    to be honest, there are problems with the euro, yes, but trying to be all 'charismatic politician', making pretty speeches criticising those who are trying to make it work with no real solutions is not going to solve anything.

    what a colossal ****er nigel farage is.
    Those "trying to make it work" are self-interested idiots who should listen to their own electorates.

    What colossal ****ers most europhiles are.
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    (Original post by Tamora)
    Those "trying to make it work" are self-interested idiots who should listen to their own electorates.

    What colossal ****ers most europhiles are.
    but how is nigel farage moaning about it (like he does about everything) going to make anything any better?
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    (Original post by joebro)
    but how is nigel farage moaning about it (like he does about everything) going to make anything any better?
    I suppose it depends on your point of view as to whether he is "moaning" or not, but he cannot make the euro or the EU better, which is why he campaigns on a platform of withdrawal. Allegedly the finest minds in Europe brought about the situation we are now in.

    Farage thinks withdrawal would improve the lives of the people of the UK. I agree with him and I have no problem with him in showing his contempt for EU bureaucrats like Van Rompuy and Barroso.
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    (Original post by Tamora)
    I suppose it depends on your point of view as to whether he is "moaning" or not, but he cannot make the euro or the EU better, which is why he campaigns on a platform of withdrawal. Allegedly the finest minds in Europe brought about the situation we are now in.

    Farage thinks withdrawal would improve the lives of the people of the UK. I agree with him and I have no problem with him in showing his contempt for EU bureaucrats like Van Rompuy and Barroso.
    if everyone in the EU only thinks about their own economies and not of the whole then it will not work, simply because the organisation is built against those ideals.
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    (Original post by joebro)
    if everyone in the EU only thinks about their own economies and not of the whole then it will not work, simply because the organisation is built against those ideals.
    I'm not as idealistic as you seem to be.
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    (Original post by joebro)
    if everyone in the EU only thinks about their own economies and not of the whole then it will not work, simply because the organisation is built against those ideals.
    But most EU countries DO only think about their own economies
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    Fiscal Policy being controlled by each country's government.
    Monetary Policy being controlled by one government for all.


    It isn't going to work unless political unity is present, thus enabling a single fiscal policy too.
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    (Original post by Finchux)
    Fiscal Policy being controlled by each country's government.
    Monetary Policy being controlled by one government for all.


    It isn't going to work unless political unity is present, thus enabling a single fiscal policy too.
    The monetary policy isn't even controlled by a government, its a central bank which is far less transparent in its activities than the Bank of England is.
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    lol we don't have a say anyway. nothing farage ever says or does will ever matter. all the main political parties are for EU, so there's no chance of withdrawal or renegotiation no matter what. politics doesn't represent the people in this country - it's not really a democracy - a democracy in name only.
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    The monetary policy isn't even controlled by a government, its a central bank which is far less transparent in its activities than the Bank of England is.
    Yes you're correct.
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    (Original post by Rancorous)
    lol we don't have a say anyway. nothing farage ever says or does will ever matter. all the main political parties are for EU, so there's no chance of withdrawal or renegotiation no matter what. politics doesn't represent the people in this country - it's not really a democracy - a democracy in name only.
    We'll never have a say if we keep voting in big enough numbers to keep the main political parties the main political parties. That's just apathy. Maybe the party that makes the difference hasn't even been formed yet, but until is I'll make do with UKIP.
 
 
 
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