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Live Stream || White House Briefing – June 21, 2016

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  1. But the most important thing going on right now is the British referendum on Thursday. It is important for Britain, Europe, the US, Russia, well, the rest of the world because of the consequences. I am nervous, so nervous, I guess the Cox-murder, absolutely not related to anything, will still affect the referendum the way Cameron and all the other pro-remain people are going on about it, making politics of it. It is disgusting. I wish, I wish, I wish for a Brexit but I doubt it, I don´t think it will happen. As Nigel Farage said . ” We had the momentum a couple of days ago but we lost it.” So, if Britain remains, the EU stays intact and Hillary wins in the US, oh, I don´t even want to think about it. No future. Hopelessness. And constant wars and refugees .

    • You really think you would have no future? The future is not assured to any of us–I don’t think anyone knows what consequences this would bring–intended or unintended. There would be both–just as with our election. I hardly dare think about THAT myself. Germany and Sweden and Jordan, for that matter, will have to deal with the refugee influx more effectively, EU or not. I saw a documentary on my favorite channel here, Viceland, about the hostel owners in Germany who are REAMING the govt exploiting the situation by making millions of Euros supposedly taking in refugees. Things like that will have to stop no matter what. I think over time, much of this will be sorted out–especially if we can somehow get safe zones in these refugees’ home countries.

      • Star,true, we do not really know anything about any consequences, we can only guess. But I absolutely agree, safe zones in the home countries or neighbor countries, yes, and the European nations should deal with the influx much more effectively.It ought not to be difficult at all but it somehow is,these politicians want this and those want that,activists say this, media says that, some people profit on the situation like you write and most people are mad and can´t take it anymore. But our Riksdag are to decide on new, stricter laws any day now. Well, that´s a start….
        By the way, I just read,in Daily Telegraph, that Queen Elizabeth had asked her dinner-companions: ” Give me three reasons why Britain should be part of Europe”. The Court has not denied it, they just say, well, it was a question, nothing else. But, it is obvious to me, she favors withdrawal. A glimmer of hope, I knew that we could count on that dear old gal.

      • “I think over time, much of this will be sorted out–especially if we can somehow get safe zones in these refugees’ home countries.”

        Well son-of-a-gun.
        That’s the same thing Donald Trump has said.

        Ha!

    • Looks like after the murderer there was a rapid turn against leaving. Seems suspicious to me. But not my country.

      I did read a piece though about how nice it would be to no longer be dictated to by outsiders and to be able to say I am an Englishman. With pride.

      This continuing nonsense cuts deep into the country’s cultural and national history

  2. SL, not only do I believe Brexit will fail, I expect Obama to take a victory lap! The symbiotic relationship between Cameron and ‘lil Barry is appalling. It’s ‘the Chicago Way’ in the UK, as well as the U.S.