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    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/one-seven-britons-faced-hunger-2022-says-food-bank-charity-2023-06-27/

    Also, the 9.8 billion ks only for London. The amount specified in the Bloomberg article fir the whole of the UK was over 100 billion

    Also, brexit has cost billions for the average household in food prices

    https://www.lse.ac.uk/News/Latest-news-from-LSE/2022/l-December-22/By-the-end-of-2021-Brexit-had-already-cost-UK-households-a-total-of-5.8-billion-in-higher-food-bills-%E2%80%93-new-LSE-research

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    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/one-seven-britons-faced-hunger-2022-says-food-bank-charity-2023-06-27/
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    By the end of 2021, Brexit had already cost UK households a total of £5.8 billion in higher food bills – new LSE research


    I still don't see this massive starvation event. If you're concerned about the costs of food and living, this could be fixed by change in immigration policy perhaps a extensive repatriation program. Perhaps consider further development of your agriculture also. As for the Brexit we already see Germany in a economic crisis and their in the EU.

    A707 [2600371]

    You mean the same immigration program in which previous sources provided have showed had a positive effect on the economy.

    Anyway, we have lost a large number of our Polish workforce because of beexit, we need migrant labour.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The economy, yes; the cost of living, no. There are also rising costs associated with unfunded liabilities and strain on infrastructure. The key is GDP per capita, not GDP overall, when we talk about the latter subjects. If not, why not use China as the benchmark of prosperity? One can't complain about a housing crisis and a living crisis while simultaneously importing almost 1 million people. The UK obviously needs to rebalance its post-Brexit economy and remove the dead weight.
    The housing crisis isn't too bad. We just need the tories out. 13 years of cumulative austerity and incompetence doesn't work.
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    A707 [2600371]

    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/one-seven-britons-faced-hunger-2022-says-food-bank-charity-2023-06-27/

    Also, the 9.8 billion ks only for London. The amount specified in the Bloomberg article fir the whole of the UK was over 100 billion

    Also, brexit has cost billions for the average household in food prices

    https://www.lse.ac.uk/News/Latest-news-from-LSE/2022/l-December-22/By-the-end-of-2021-Brexit-had-already-cost-UK-households-a-total-of-5.8-billion-in-higher-food-bills-%E2%80%93-new-LSE-research

    broleaf [3140943]

    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/one-seven-britons-faced-hunger-2022-says-food-bank-charity-2023-06-27/
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    By the end of 2021, Brexit had already cost UK households a total of £5.8 billion in higher food bills – new LSE research


    I still don't see this massive starvation event. If you're concerned about the costs of food and living, this could be fixed by change in immigration policy perhaps a extensive repatriation program. Perhaps consider further development of your agriculture also. As for the Brexit we already see Germany in a economic crisis and their in the EU.

    A707 [2600371]

    You mean the same immigration program in which previous sources provided have showed had a positive effect on the economy.

    Anyway, we have lost a large number of our Polish workforce because of beexit, we need migrant labour.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The economy, yes; the cost of living, no. There are also rising costs associated with unfunded liabilities and strain on infrastructure. The key is GDP per capita, not GDP overall, when we talk about the latter subjects. If not, why not use China as the benchmark of prosperity? One can't complain about a housing crisis and a living crisis while simultaneously importing almost 1 million people. The UK obviously needs to rebalance its post-Brexit economy and remove the dead weight.

    A707 [2600371]

    The housing crisis isn't too bad. We just need the tories out. 13 years of cumulative austerity and incompetence doesn't work.
    The UK, much like the global economy, has a debt problem. But feel free to let the money printer go 'brrrrrr'; we in NRx will be the primary beneficiary of such a failed economic approach.
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    A707 [2600371]

    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/one-seven-britons-faced-hunger-2022-says-food-bank-charity-2023-06-27/

    Also, the 9.8 billion ks only for London. The amount specified in the Bloomberg article fir the whole of the UK was over 100 billion

    Also, brexit has cost billions for the average household in food prices

    https://www.lse.ac.uk/News/Latest-news-from-LSE/2022/l-December-22/By-the-end-of-2021-Brexit-had-already-cost-UK-households-a-total-of-5.8-billion-in-higher-food-bills-%E2%80%93-new-LSE-research

    broleaf [3140943]

    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/one-seven-britons-faced-hunger-2022-says-food-bank-charity-2023-06-27/
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    By the end of 2021, Brexit had already cost UK households a total of £5.8 billion in higher food bills – new LSE research


    I still don't see this massive starvation event. If you're concerned about the costs of food and living, this could be fixed by change in immigration policy perhaps a extensive repatriation program. Perhaps consider further development of your agriculture also. As for the Brexit we already see Germany in a economic crisis and their in the EU.

    A707 [2600371]

    You mean the same immigration program in which previous sources provided have showed had a positive effect on the economy.

    Anyway, we have lost a large number of our Polish workforce because of beexit, we need migrant labour.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The economy, yes; the cost of living, no. There are also rising costs associated with unfunded liabilities and strain on infrastructure. The key is GDP per capita, not GDP overall, when we talk about the latter subjects. If not, why not use China as the benchmark of prosperity? One can't complain about a housing crisis and a living crisis while simultaneously importing almost 1 million people. The UK obviously needs to rebalance its post-Brexit economy and remove the dead weight.

    A707 [2600371]

    The housing crisis isn't too bad. We just need the tories out. 13 years of cumulative austerity and incompetence doesn't work.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The UK, much like the global economy, has a debt problem. But feel free to let the money printer go 'brrrrrr'; we in NRx will be the primary beneficiary of such a failed economic approach.
    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.
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    https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/one-seven-britons-faced-hunger-2022-says-food-bank-charity-2023-06-27/
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    By the end of 2021, Brexit had already cost UK households a total of £5.8 billion in higher food bills – new LSE research


    I still don't see this massive starvation event. If you're concerned about the costs of food and living, this could be fixed by change in immigration policy perhaps a extensive repatriation program. Perhaps consider further development of your agriculture also. As for the Brexit we already see Germany in a economic crisis and their in the EU.

    A707 [2600371]

    You mean the same immigration program in which previous sources provided have showed had a positive effect on the economy.

    Anyway, we have lost a large number of our Polish workforce because of beexit, we need migrant labour.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The economy, yes; the cost of living, no. There are also rising costs associated with unfunded liabilities and strain on infrastructure. The key is GDP per capita, not GDP overall, when we talk about the latter subjects. If not, why not use China as the benchmark of prosperity? One can't complain about a housing crisis and a living crisis while simultaneously importing almost 1 million people. The UK obviously needs to rebalance its post-Brexit economy and remove the dead weight.

    A707 [2600371]

    The housing crisis isn't too bad. We just need the tories out. 13 years of cumulative austerity and incompetence doesn't work.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The UK, much like the global economy, has a debt problem. But feel free to let the money printer go 'brrrrrr'; we in NRx will be the primary beneficiary of such a failed economic approach.

    A707 [2600371]

    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.
    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.

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    Posted on 02:35:41 - 27/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    A707 [2600371]

    You mean the same immigration program in which previous sources provided have showed had a positive effect on the economy.

    Anyway, we have lost a large number of our Polish workforce because of beexit, we need migrant labour.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The economy, yes; the cost of living, no. There are also rising costs associated with unfunded liabilities and strain on infrastructure. The key is GDP per capita, not GDP overall, when we talk about the latter subjects. If not, why not use China as the benchmark of prosperity? One can't complain about a housing crisis and a living crisis while simultaneously importing almost 1 million people. The UK obviously needs to rebalance its post-Brexit economy and remove the dead weight.

    A707 [2600371]

    The housing crisis isn't too bad. We just need the tories out. 13 years of cumulative austerity and incompetence doesn't work.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The UK, much like the global economy, has a debt problem. But feel free to let the money printer go 'brrrrrr'; we in NRx will be the primary beneficiary of such a failed economic approach.

    A707 [2600371]

    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.

    broleaf [3140943]

    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.
    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.
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    The economy, yes; the cost of living, no. There are also rising costs associated with unfunded liabilities and strain on infrastructure. The key is GDP per capita, not GDP overall, when we talk about the latter subjects. If not, why not use China as the benchmark of prosperity? One can't complain about a housing crisis and a living crisis while simultaneously importing almost 1 million people. The UK obviously needs to rebalance its post-Brexit economy and remove the dead weight.

    A707 [2600371]

    The housing crisis isn't too bad. We just need the tories out. 13 years of cumulative austerity and incompetence doesn't work.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The UK, much like the global economy, has a debt problem. But feel free to let the money printer go 'brrrrrr'; we in NRx will be the primary beneficiary of such a failed economic approach.

    A707 [2600371]

    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.

    broleaf [3140943]

    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.

    A707 [2600371]

    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.
    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.
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    A707 [2600371]

    The housing crisis isn't too bad. We just need the tories out. 13 years of cumulative austerity and incompetence doesn't work.

    broleaf [3140943]

    The UK, much like the global economy, has a debt problem. But feel free to let the money printer go 'brrrrrr'; we in NRx will be the primary beneficiary of such a failed economic approach.

    A707 [2600371]

    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.

    broleaf [3140943]

    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.

    A707 [2600371]

    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.

    broleaf [3140943]

    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.
    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu. 


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone
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    broleaf [3140943]

    The UK, much like the global economy, has a debt problem. But feel free to let the money printer go 'brrrrrr'; we in NRx will be the primary beneficiary of such a failed economic approach.

    A707 [2600371]

    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.

    broleaf [3140943]

    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.

    A707 [2600371]

    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.

    broleaf [3140943]

    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.

    A707 [2600371]

    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu.


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone
    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.
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    Posted on 02:41:44 - 27/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    A707 [2600371]

    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.

    broleaf [3140943]

    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.

    A707 [2600371]

    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.

    broleaf [3140943]

    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.

    A707 [2600371]

    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu.


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone

    broleaf [3140943]

    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.
    This is the problem, they were never sufficient, the government has kinda put off building new ones for 70 years...
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    A707 [2600371]

    Did you hear about our schools falling down? It's an incompetence problem.

    broleaf [3140943]

    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.

    A707 [2600371]

    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.

    broleaf [3140943]

    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.

    A707 [2600371]

    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu.


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone

    broleaf [3140943]

    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.
    CANZUK isn't really feasible when you consider that none of these countries are really that close to eachother, nor are they eachothers main trading partners. 

    I was all for it a few years ago but it's just become more of a question of what will change?
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    broleaf [3140943]

    Why does the UK need so many schools if it's in a birthrate decline? It sounds like the UK is biting off more than it can chew to serve the needs of the 1 percent.

    A707 [2600371]

    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.

    broleaf [3140943]

    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.

    A707 [2600371]

    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu.


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone

    broleaf [3140943]

    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.

    A707 [2600371]

    This is the problem, they were never sufficient, the government has kinda put off building new ones for 70 years...
    "The sooner CANZUK occurs, the better for the UK, so it may elevate and rebalance its economy post-EU. Unlike their EU partnership, we share a common historic cultural background and history; thus, we are more empathetic to its economic challenges. Additionally, I believe we have more fresh water and raw resources than all of Europe combined. Unlike the Netherlands, the UK has a way out that will leave it better off in the long run."
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    A707 [2600371]

    Our schools are crammed full of students as it is. Last time I checked it was 30 students per class in most schools.

    broleaf [3140943]

    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.

    A707 [2600371]

    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu.


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone

    broleaf [3140943]

    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.

    A707 [2600371]

    This is the problem, they were never sufficient, the government has kinda put off building new ones for 70 years...

    broleaf [3140943]

    "The sooner CANZUK occurs, the better for the UK, so it may elevate and rebalance its economy post-EU. Unlike their EU partnership, we share a common historic cultural background and history; thus, we are more empathetic to its economic challenges. Additionally, I believe we have more fresh water and raw resources than all of Europe combined. Unlike the Netherlands, the UK has a way out that will leave it better off in the long run."
    What we really need in the uk is a reevaluation of the political system and the abolition of the Conservative party. They are corrupt, our money just ends up going missing, they lie and thieve. You cannot name a tory that hasn't been in a massive scandal or corruption scheme.
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    broleaf [3140943]

    It sounds like mass immigration; the UK is in a birthrate decline. Furthermore, this is why the UK needs CANZUK; we have the resources the UK needs.

    A707 [2600371]

    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu.


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone

    broleaf [3140943]

    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.

    A707 [2600371]

    This is the problem, they were never sufficient, the government has kinda put off building new ones for 70 years...

    broleaf [3140943]

    "The sooner CANZUK occurs, the better for the UK, so it may elevate and rebalance its economy post-EU. Unlike their EU partnership, we share a common historic cultural background and history; thus, we are more empathetic to its economic challenges. Additionally, I believe we have more fresh water and raw resources than all of Europe combined. Unlike the Netherlands, the UK has a way out that will leave it better off in the long run."

    A707 [2600371]

    What we really need in the uk is a reevaluation of the political system and the abolition of the Conservative party. They are corrupt, our money just ends up going missing, they lie and thieve. You cannot name a tory that hasn't been in a massive scandal or corruption scheme.
    I have already stated many times previously that I'm not only opposed to democracy; I've highlighted that it will end eventually anyway. And I believe the UK, in the long term, will be just fine with its previous colony holdings, sharing a common destiny.

    Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand
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    A707 [2600371]

    It's not really a decline more than it is a plateu.


    Also, don't forget the whores who have enough children to populate a whole city, I know like 5 of them in my neighbourhood alone

    broleaf [3140943]

    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.

    A707 [2600371]

    This is the problem, they were never sufficient, the government has kinda put off building new ones for 70 years...

    broleaf [3140943]

    "The sooner CANZUK occurs, the better for the UK, so it may elevate and rebalance its economy post-EU. Unlike their EU partnership, we share a common historic cultural background and history; thus, we are more empathetic to its economic challenges. Additionally, I believe we have more fresh water and raw resources than all of Europe combined. Unlike the Netherlands, the UK has a way out that will leave it better off in the long run."

    A707 [2600371]

    What we really need in the uk is a reevaluation of the political system and the abolition of the Conservative party. They are corrupt, our money just ends up going missing, they lie and thieve. You cannot name a tory that hasn't been in a massive scandal or corruption scheme.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have already stated many times previously that I'm not only opposed to democracy; I've highlighted that it will end eventually anyway. And I believe the UK, in the long term, will be just fine with its previous colony holdings, sharing a common destiny.

    Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand
    We never really had democracy. Our politics was always about who had the money to campaign and lobby more, steal more, bribe more. That's why tories always come out on top, and the reason they want to come out on top is for all that corruption money.
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    That logic does not add up because those schools should be sufficient if they were for previous generations. the only change is mass immigration.

    Furthermore, ill say state again uk needs CANZUK; we have the resources they need, And we seek closer ties with our fatherland.

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    This is the problem, they were never sufficient, the government has kinda put off building new ones for 70 years...

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    "The sooner CANZUK occurs, the better for the UK, so it may elevate and rebalance its economy post-EU. Unlike their EU partnership, we share a common historic cultural background and history; thus, we are more empathetic to its economic challenges. Additionally, I believe we have more fresh water and raw resources than all of Europe combined. Unlike the Netherlands, the UK has a way out that will leave it better off in the long run."

    A707 [2600371]

    What we really need in the uk is a reevaluation of the political system and the abolition of the Conservative party. They are corrupt, our money just ends up going missing, they lie and thieve. You cannot name a tory that hasn't been in a massive scandal or corruption scheme.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have already stated many times previously that I'm not only opposed to democracy; I've highlighted that it will end eventually anyway. And I believe the UK, in the long term, will be just fine with its previous colony holdings, sharing a common destiny.

    Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand

    A707 [2600371]

    We never really had democracy. Our politics was always about who had the money to campaign and lobby more, steal more, bribe more. That's why tories always come out on top, and the reason they want to come out on top is for all that corruption money.
    I have illustrated that indeed, democracy is false. Mercantile powers stole power away from our divine king and aristocracy, replacing our God-given rights with human rights that change constantly to fit a contrary context, furthered in the interest of collective capital. This power rules our governments via proxy lobbying.

    I'm not sure how well an independent Netherlands will do. They have a lot of oil; they might do fine outside the EU, but I honestly don't care, other than them joining our alt-right power block. My loyalty is, at the end of the day, to the British diaspora and people. I am a Canadian loyalist
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    This is the problem, they were never sufficient, the government has kinda put off building new ones for 70 years...

    broleaf [3140943]

    "The sooner CANZUK occurs, the better for the UK, so it may elevate and rebalance its economy post-EU. Unlike their EU partnership, we share a common historic cultural background and history; thus, we are more empathetic to its economic challenges. Additionally, I believe we have more fresh water and raw resources than all of Europe combined. Unlike the Netherlands, the UK has a way out that will leave it better off in the long run."

    A707 [2600371]

    What we really need in the uk is a reevaluation of the political system and the abolition of the Conservative party. They are corrupt, our money just ends up going missing, they lie and thieve. You cannot name a tory that hasn't been in a massive scandal or corruption scheme.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have already stated many times previously that I'm not only opposed to democracy; I've highlighted that it will end eventually anyway. And I believe the UK, in the long term, will be just fine with its previous colony holdings, sharing a common destiny.

    Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand

    A707 [2600371]

    We never really had democracy. Our politics was always about who had the money to campaign and lobby more, steal more, bribe more. That's why tories always come out on top, and the reason they want to come out on top is for all that corruption money.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have illustrated that indeed, democracy is false. Mercantile powers stole power away from our divine king and aristocracy, replacing our God-given rights with human rights that change constantly to fit a contrary context, furthered in the interest of collective capital. This power rules our governments via proxy lobbying.

    I'm not sure how well an independent Netherlands will do. They have a lot of oil; they might do fine outside the EU, but I honestly don't care, other than them joining our alt-right power block. My loyalty is, at the end of the day, to the British diaspora and people. I am a Canadian loyalist
    The king is corrupt. I'm more of a technocrat, whoever knows the most should have the best position. 

    Also, the king being divine was the biggest lie christians have ever projected onto the bible
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    "The sooner CANZUK occurs, the better for the UK, so it may elevate and rebalance its economy post-EU. Unlike their EU partnership, we share a common historic cultural background and history; thus, we are more empathetic to its economic challenges. Additionally, I believe we have more fresh water and raw resources than all of Europe combined. Unlike the Netherlands, the UK has a way out that will leave it better off in the long run."

    A707 [2600371]

    What we really need in the uk is a reevaluation of the political system and the abolition of the Conservative party. They are corrupt, our money just ends up going missing, they lie and thieve. You cannot name a tory that hasn't been in a massive scandal or corruption scheme.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have already stated many times previously that I'm not only opposed to democracy; I've highlighted that it will end eventually anyway. And I believe the UK, in the long term, will be just fine with its previous colony holdings, sharing a common destiny.

    Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand

    A707 [2600371]

    We never really had democracy. Our politics was always about who had the money to campaign and lobby more, steal more, bribe more. That's why tories always come out on top, and the reason they want to come out on top is for all that corruption money.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have illustrated that indeed, democracy is false. Mercantile powers stole power away from our divine king and aristocracy, replacing our God-given rights with human rights that change constantly to fit a contrary context, furthered in the interest of collective capital. This power rules our governments via proxy lobbying.

    I'm not sure how well an independent Netherlands will do. They have a lot of oil; they might do fine outside the EU, but I honestly don't care, other than them joining our alt-right power block. My loyalty is, at the end of the day, to the British diaspora and people. I am a Canadian loyalist

    A707 [2600371]

    The king is corrupt. I'm more of a technocrat, whoever knows the most should have the best position.

    Also, the king being divine was the biggest lie christians have ever projected onto the bible
    I am opposed to what we have now: this chaotic corruption and irrational, mutating society of ever-changing moralism, that, I might add, capitalists exploit at the expense of the working and middle class. I am an advocate for order out of chaos and a Canadian British loyalist.

    LIBERAL PARTY OF CANADA OFFICIALLY ENDORSES CANZUK
    UK MOBILITY VISA EXPANDED FOR CANADIANS AND AUSTRALIANS
    CANZUK INTERNATIONAL SUBMITS TRADE ENHANCEMENT PROPOSAL TO UK GOVERNMENT
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    A707 [2600371]

    What we really need in the uk is a reevaluation of the political system and the abolition of the Conservative party. They are corrupt, our money just ends up going missing, they lie and thieve. You cannot name a tory that hasn't been in a massive scandal or corruption scheme.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have already stated many times previously that I'm not only opposed to democracy; I've highlighted that it will end eventually anyway. And I believe the UK, in the long term, will be just fine with its previous colony holdings, sharing a common destiny.

    Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand

    A707 [2600371]

    We never really had democracy. Our politics was always about who had the money to campaign and lobby more, steal more, bribe more. That's why tories always come out on top, and the reason they want to come out on top is for all that corruption money.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have illustrated that indeed, democracy is false. Mercantile powers stole power away from our divine king and aristocracy, replacing our God-given rights with human rights that change constantly to fit a contrary context, furthered in the interest of collective capital. This power rules our governments via proxy lobbying.

    I'm not sure how well an independent Netherlands will do. They have a lot of oil; they might do fine outside the EU, but I honestly don't care, other than them joining our alt-right power block. My loyalty is, at the end of the day, to the British diaspora and people. I am a Canadian loyalist

    A707 [2600371]

    The king is corrupt. I'm more of a technocrat, whoever knows the most should have the best position.

    Also, the king being divine was the biggest lie christians have ever projected onto the bible

    broleaf [3140943]

    I am opposed to what we have now: this chaotic corruption and irrational, mutating society of ever-changing moralism, that, I might add, capitalists exploit at the expense of the working and middle class. I am an advocate for order out of chaos and a Canadian British loyalist.

    LIBERAL PARTY OF CANADA OFFICIALLY ENDORSES CANZUK
    UK MOBILITY VISA EXPANDED FOR CANADIANS AND AUSTRALIANS
    CANZUK INTERNATIONAL SUBMITS TRADE ENHANCEMENT PROPOSAL TO UK GOVERNMENT
    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/king-profits-if-subjects-have-no-heirs-0tjknnm8c
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    broleaf [3140943]

    I have already stated many times previously that I'm not only opposed to democracy; I've highlighted that it will end eventually anyway. And I believe the UK, in the long term, will be just fine with its previous colony holdings, sharing a common destiny.

    Increased push for free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia, New Zealand

    A707 [2600371]

    We never really had democracy. Our politics was always about who had the money to campaign and lobby more, steal more, bribe more. That's why tories always come out on top, and the reason they want to come out on top is for all that corruption money.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have illustrated that indeed, democracy is false. Mercantile powers stole power away from our divine king and aristocracy, replacing our God-given rights with human rights that change constantly to fit a contrary context, furthered in the interest of collective capital. This power rules our governments via proxy lobbying.

    I'm not sure how well an independent Netherlands will do. They have a lot of oil; they might do fine outside the EU, but I honestly don't care, other than them joining our alt-right power block. My loyalty is, at the end of the day, to the British diaspora and people. I am a Canadian loyalist

    A707 [2600371]

    The king is corrupt. I'm more of a technocrat, whoever knows the most should have the best position.

    Also, the king being divine was the biggest lie christians have ever projected onto the bible

    broleaf [3140943]

    I am opposed to what we have now: this chaotic corruption and irrational, mutating society of ever-changing moralism, that, I might add, capitalists exploit at the expense of the working and middle class. I am an advocate for order out of chaos and a Canadian British loyalist.

    LIBERAL PARTY OF CANADA OFFICIALLY ENDORSES CANZUK
    UK MOBILITY VISA EXPANDED FOR CANADIANS AND AUSTRALIANS
    CANZUK INTERNATIONAL SUBMITS TRADE ENHANCEMENT PROPOSAL TO UK GOVERNMENT

    A707 [2600371]

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/king-profits-if-subjects-have-no-heirs-0tjknnm8c
    I can't read that article; once again, it's locked behind a paywall.

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    A707 [2600371]

    We never really had democracy. Our politics was always about who had the money to campaign and lobby more, steal more, bribe more. That's why tories always come out on top, and the reason they want to come out on top is for all that corruption money.

    broleaf [3140943]

    I have illustrated that indeed, democracy is false. Mercantile powers stole power away from our divine king and aristocracy, replacing our God-given rights with human rights that change constantly to fit a contrary context, furthered in the interest of collective capital. This power rules our governments via proxy lobbying.

    I'm not sure how well an independent Netherlands will do. They have a lot of oil; they might do fine outside the EU, but I honestly don't care, other than them joining our alt-right power block. My loyalty is, at the end of the day, to the British diaspora and people. I am a Canadian loyalist

    A707 [2600371]

    The king is corrupt. I'm more of a technocrat, whoever knows the most should have the best position.

    Also, the king being divine was the biggest lie christians have ever projected onto the bible

    broleaf [3140943]

    I am opposed to what we have now: this chaotic corruption and irrational, mutating society of ever-changing moralism, that, I might add, capitalists exploit at the expense of the working and middle class. I am an advocate for order out of chaos and a Canadian British loyalist.

    LIBERAL PARTY OF CANADA OFFICIALLY ENDORSES CANZUK
    UK MOBILITY VISA EXPANDED FOR CANADIANS AND AUSTRALIANS
    CANZUK INTERNATIONAL SUBMITS TRADE ENHANCEMENT PROPOSAL TO UK GOVERNMENT

    A707 [2600371]

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/king-profits-if-subjects-have-no-heirs-0tjknnm8c

    broleaf [3140943]

    I can't read that article; once again, it's locked behind a paywall.
    Just realised. Anyway, its about the king taking anything not claimed from the estates of dead British subjects instead of it being split between the nearest relatives. 

    He ran into a lot of scrutiny because he pledged it to charity but didn't follow through until 2 days ago.

    They even tax you after death...
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