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Personally, my thoughts at the moment turn to paralyzing the City of London until Halloween, so that the backers of Brexit really get stung and lose money before they get their way. Alas, I'm sure that's daft and impractical. Charlie, thank you for remembering the effect the Queen intervening would have had on our esteemed Canadian neighbours.

She is reigning head of state for sixteen countries! As a small quibble that the Canadian scandal wasn't over proroguing parliament , ISTR that the constitutional crisis in Ottawa you have in mind was the King-Byng affair what the wags called the 'King-Byng Thing' , involving the GG, Lord Byng of Vimy, being asked by embattled Liberal Party PM William Mackenzie King to dissolve parliament and drop the writ for a general election, refusing to implement his PM's request, and then sitting by while the opposition Conservatives briefly formed a government that almost immediately lost a confidence vote, returning the previous PM to power.

The experience of a GG seemingly refusing a PM's request to call new elections for reasons of partisanship in Canadian affairs lead to a legal reform where the GG's former imperial powers were clipped off entirely and permanently. Apparently particularly persuasive were the fact that GG Byng not only claimed insincerely to be refusing to act so that the matter could be settled in Canada rather than in London, but also refused to consult the British government prior to making any decision.

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In other words, Byng acted like a viceroy, and Canadians decided they'd have no more of that. There is an explanation of what's going on, though not a very convincing one. There's reasonable, though hardly conclusive, evidence that Trump is somehow under Putin's thumb. What if he's also got his hand in British politics? Of course, it could just be that social media lives by amplifying emotional reactions, and they don't pay any attention to whether it's true or false, and a lot of people judge things based on their emotional reactions, and also spend a lot of time on social media.

That's not really off-topic. Part of the problem is information overload. Nobody can keep track of most of what's going on, so they only track those things they've already decided are important This is a positive feedback cycle, and is a big part of the problem, particularly since most people have decided that, e. Today I can't even name my council man I'm in the US though I can name the state governor, and my representative. I know this is bad judgment on my part, as my council man is a lot more likely to pay any attention to what I say to him.

The next few countries in the list of UK peacekeepers India 6, This year is going to add some real emphasis to it. It is also with increasing sense of alarm that I'm reading your posts re: Brexit. How did everything get so wrong? Why is everyone so radical? The world didn't look as crazy, say, ten years ago as it's looking now.


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I wish you and other UK citizens to find a way to survive whatever happens next and get back to sane levels of existence. Isn't parliament needed to make necessary legislation surrounding a no-deal brexit that's still missing?

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If only it were as simple as the Great Old Ones showing up. An infestation of off-shored billionaires who refuse to contribute money to civil society are a much worse calamity. Screw the Brits to save the North? Hard question. Remember BOZO actually said: "fuck business". On my way home this afternoon I passed a table set up on the side of the road for a petition to recall our recently elected Democrat Governor.

I stand corrected. My presumption is that the goal of Brexit is to turn the UK into the world's biggest offshore financial center beating out Switzerland , with a politically stable government; stable economy; a wide choice of reputable banks and other institutions; modern, a low-tax or tax-free environment; excellent support services, including a choice of quality legal and accounting firms; sensible and effective regulation and supervision; high ethical standards in government, the professions, and commerce laws that are clear and fair, applied by a competent judiciary per Harrington Capital Without Borders.

For example, this standard of fairness favors legislators who can be persuaded to offer legislation created by wealth managers and who are also in the emoluments market as opposed to a government of, by, or for all of the people. My idle pipe dream, on the theory that such a makeover is a bad thing, would be to mar or impede all of these characteristics as much as possible, especially for the super-rich: My ignorant presumption also is that any bozoid pronouncement should be presumed to be as honest as anything coming out of the White House or the Kremlin, but again, I am greatly ignorant.

Hopelessly ignorant question - given that Parliament is only prorogued until the 14th - is this actually anything more than symbolic? For a no-confidence vote, now is not too early. For a revocation of article 50, there would still be 2 weeks. For passing May's deal - same thing.

Switzerland isn't a big financial center on the global stage. It has less than a quarter the financial jobs London had pre-Brexit-madness. The idea that London could grow to "beat our Switzerland" as a financial center by leaving the EU just doesn't add up.


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  • New York is a big financial centre. London is still. Hong Kong is, and is becoming more of one. What creates a big finance industry is lots of connections between people, markets, industries - both currently and historically.

    New York is a financial center because it's part of the USA. Hong Kong is a financial center because it connects into China. London is a financial center because of its historic connections to international trade, and its current connections to Europe.

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    I'm not sure there's any evidence that the super-rich as a whole back Brexit, any more than the average Britain their age does - do remember that the majority of the world's wealth is held by those over the age I think you missed the "offshore" part. Switzerland is the biggest Offshore Financial Center in the world currently.

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    It would also help Little England transition to take Switzerland's place in the economy of the super-rich. Assuming this is at all correct, making the UK useless for billionaires is one way to stem the rot. Note that this isn't quite the same as making it bad for EU businesses, but rather making it a place that's unsafe for those who see the payment of any debt taxes, alimony, business expenses It's more like handing a loon a large can of gasoline and matches, when you all are in the same house.

    Priti Patel is said to be fond of capital punishment. Thus in the event of a Hard Brexit, there would be no obstacle to a Charles I reenactment. I disagree on 'how to produce your own'. Growing your own food takes time, energy, money, land skills and stability. Good point. I actually didn't mention growing your own food, as I was thinking of preserving some of the produce that should be rolling into grocery stores in the next few months.

    Canning or drying a bunch of that might be useful. It's a bit late to sow seeds if you're worried about a food shortage in months. Honestly, one more of the few bright spots for Brexit is the likelihood of having your local vampire squids decamp.

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    If there is any competent conspiracy, I'd guess there are a few people in NY and Hong Kong about to raise a toast to extra business. I mean - assuming less than complete idiocy - the segment of the economy that gets hurt worst is services - of which most of the UKs are financial. Where is that ex-prime minister working again? The one who called the idiotic referendum? I mean - other than that - most of the rest seems strangely inevitable. Albeit, I may have been wrong - in that May appears to have failed to get her deal through. Albeit, she did leave the next guy in a spot where it is pretty clear that the options are:.

    Her deal 2. An even worse disaster than no deal would have been with adequate preparation 3. No Brexit. I'm not sure which works out best. For 3, you'd probably have riots for a long time. For 1, you gradually bleed out your economy as the EU, with limited malice, but reasonable self interest and plenty of leverage, migrates the service sector to the EU. Death of a billion papercuts.

    For 2, you have an immediate disaster - and people do die. Then, at some point, in the midst of a depression, the UK reapplies. And sure, the terms are more stringent, but most of the Brexiteers have been hung from lampposts already. So, eh. Maybe you have the same status as Turkey, but that isn't too bad Okay, optimism failing.

    Bear in mind that I'm bullish on geoengineering. There just isn't a bright side. Maybe other nations get reeducated in the perils of opting for fact-free decision-making. I keep thinking that with every step deeper into insanity, the EU leadership has got to be moving more to the 'get them out now!

    Would you want loons like the UK in your system, when the past three years they've demonstrated that every bit of their reputation for stability and sanity is undeserved? At the risk of being redundant, this is motivation for the EU to start mining the English Channel. Maybe hire some tugboats and tow the Troublesome Islands a bit closer to Iceland.

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    Abolishthemonarchy trended on twitter; coupled with the Andy-Pandy stuff this has raised a few eyebrows and the timed book release of the Mountbatten biography that makes some fairly gnarly claims about what that 15 yr old Irish lad was really doing on the boat. Newsnight had no senior Government Ministers - "none were available" and word is that none will be available in the future. Entire UK political chattering media are about to have the Mind-Fuck of a generation.