I Hope You Don’t Leave…

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  1. I see Scotland I see Wales, but who’s the little black dude supposed to represent? Northern Ireland?

  2. just sayin' February 6, 2020

    The little blue fella voted to stay. The others don’t want to leave either.

    I suppose if some individuals would prefer to stay in the EU and believe in that union they have 26 choices available.

    • Let’s be honest…That referendum didn’t count anyway because there was no Brexit in the equation when it happened. The Brits got conned.

    • By the English. As usual. Tradition.

  3. EU UK EIEIO πŸ„πŸ„ February 6, 2020

    Oh joy, more Brex-it, yawn… 😴

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  4. The Pict Furry Dude. February 6, 2020

    We demand the lot of you get out of our native lands.

    • NOOO! Please don’t send the Anglos-Saxons back to where they came from. We don’t want them back on the continent. You would never know what they would like to exit next.

    • German Machine Gun February 6, 2020

      Eeeew, Saxons. What they left behind ist weird enough. :-)

    • Those who call themselves Saxons today in Germany actually aren’t Saxons at all! The remaining real Saxons in Germany live in parts of Lower Saxony and the north of Saxony-Anhalt… ;-) Those in Saxony are fake Saxons, but give the real Saxons a bad name.

    • German Machine Gun February 7, 2020

      I know. I ignored it for the joke. And because they deserve it. ;-) Dresden is cool, though.

  5. 1. The UK has existed longer – the ties between the 4 nations are stronger and they are culturally closer from the beginning. Greek and Swedish? French and Hungarian? We are more distinct cultures and common rules can’t work for all.
    2. The British can vote to change the PM and government, if they don’t like it. No one can get rid of the European Commission and its Chairman.
    3. The EU meddles too much in too many aspects of our lives. “You MUST accept refugees!” Bug off! The real refugees are 1/10 of the migrants, and their place is close to the borders of their country. So they can go back when the war ends.

  6. welcome to another edition of “spot the fallacy!”

    • The cartoon pretty nailed it. Being an EU member ist voluntary. Being part of the UK was done by the sword.

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