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In a referendum in Britain won ... Putin

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According to the most recent data, 52 percent of the British voted at the referendum were in favor of secession of the kingdom from the European Union. The turnout was high: 72,1% of voters showed up at the polling stations. The career of Prime Minister Cameron, who spoke in favor of preserving EU membership, can be considered complete. Experts believe that luck has turned away from the politician. But his opponents, including the former Mayor of London B. Johnson, triumph.



Recall, June 23 in the UK held a referendum on the future membership of the kingdom in the European Union. The British answered the only question: “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?” On the eve of the plebiscite, sociological studies showed that the number of opponents and supporters of Brexit was approximately equal. According to some polls, the number of supporters for maintaining EU membership slightly exceeded the number of opponents.

Experts predicted in the event of the kingdom leaving the European Union a “collapse” of the pound sterling, difficult and long negotiations with Brussels, Britain’s problems in international business and even a decline in world oil prices. One of the manifestations of the probable victory of supporters of secession from the EU in Britain was the mass buying up of gold by the British, and at the same time safes: people are afraid of a strong drop in the pound sterling.

Voting results with graphs and regional data can now be viewed on the English-language website "BBC".

TV and Radio Company "BBC" reports that 52 percent of Britons voted for the country's withdrawal from the EU. The data was made public based on 374 votes from 382 constituencies.

The company's website indicates that 16,8 million people voted for leaving the union, and 15,7 million - for maintaining membership in the EU. "BBC" notes that the advantage to the opponents of Brexit "is already mathematically impossible."

It is also indicated that in Northern Ireland and Scotland and most of the districts voted against leaving the EU. So did the voters in London.

As we wrote on "IN"In the United Kingdom, the “Scottish Question” can be exacerbated.

21 Jun. Nicola Sturgen, leader of the Scottish National Party, said that if the UK leaves the European Union, Scotland will hold a second referendum on secession from the United Kingdom.

According to Sturgen, most of the Scots want to save the state within the European Union.

Obviously, the Scots really want to live in the EU, and therefore in the future another referendum could take place - already on the separation of Scotland from the United Kingdom.

Europe’s reaction to historical the event in the UK was truly turbulent.

One of the first responded to the vote is Marine Le Pen, the leader of the French National Front. She wrote in "Twitter" on the victory of freedom: "Victoire de la liberté!" and called for "to hold similar referendums in France and in other EU countries."

"Deutsche Welle" cites a statement by the chairman of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz. In an interview with the German television channel ZDF, he announced that Brussels was ready to leave the UK from the EU.

According to Mr. Schulz, the process of negotiations on withdrawal will begin quickly.

Earlier, analysts assured that the process of negotiations with the EU is a long and tedious business. However, the statement of Schultz shows that they are not going to pull the cat by the tail in Brussels. True, the procedure for leaving the EU has not yet been tested. Well, someone must be first!

Deutsche Welle publishes a statement by German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. He is disappointed with the results of the British plebiscite: "Newscoming from the UK are truly disappointing. This is a sad day for the UK and Europe. ”

The leader of the British United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Faraj has just demanded resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron. He believes that the best candidate for this post is now the former mayor of London, Boris Johnson (recall, one of the most ardent supporters of the exit of Britain from the EU).

In a referendum in Britain won ... Putin

Nigel Faraj and his supporters celebrate victory


As for the forecasts for the probable depreciation of the pound sterling, then analysts have hit the mark.

The exchange rate of the British currency against the US dollar against the background of a vote fell by 11,1%, which is the lowest figure in the last thirty years.

On the eve of the results of the referendum, we note that the price of oil has also decreased. Today, the decline in prices continued. Variety Brent fell in price with 51 already to 48,3 dollars per barrel.

Recall the recent statement by the British Prime Minister David Cameron. A month ago he говорилthat a British exit from the European Union could bring happiness to Vladimir Putin.

There is no news about happy Putin yet. On the contrary, against the background of a rapid fall in oil prices, the president of an oil-producing country can hardly be happy.

In addition, earlier during the SPIEF, the head of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Alexei Ulyukayev, warned about the negative impact of a possible British exit from the EU. This increases instability in the oil market, he noted, and for Russia "this would mean greater volatility and additional problems."

But here are statements from the USA. They are also devoted to Putin.

One of the first to speak was ex-US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul. According to him, he won on a plebiscite in Britain ... Putin.

Michael McFaul considered the results of the referendum on UK membership in the EU victory of President Vladimir Putin. About this he wrote in his "Twitter".

“Today it is a giant victory for the purposes of Putin’s foreign policy. Pay tribute to him ", - quotes the former diplomat "Lenta.ru".

Mr. McFaul still admits that the victory of supporters of the refusal of British membership in the EU is not the personal merit of the Russian president, but she, no doubt, "serves his long-term goals in Europe."

“Putin complained about the collapse of the USSR and the Warsaw Pact, so he is glad to see a split in European unity,” the ex-ambassador added.

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Thus, it is possible to predict the coming retirement for Prime Minister Cameron. Previously, he claimed that he would retain his post “in any case,” but Western experts and local politicians strongly doubt this. Former London Mayor Boris Johnson may well sit on his chair.

You can also assume some instability in oil prices (however, experts do not believe in a long fluctuation) and the depreciation of the pound sterling. Against the background of London’s future talks with Brussels, some political instability is expected: it is not for nothing that Marine Le Pen makes bold statements, reminding of the dissatisfaction of many right-wing parties in Europe with the “dictate” of Brussels.

Another question is interesting, which analysts often bypass, or forget about it. The fact is that the results of the referendum held are not legally binding. The UK government is not obliged to obey the results of the vote. But the thing is that the referendum was initiated by none other than Mr. Cameron himself. And his political career is now really close to dusk. This “loser”, as opponents call it in Britain, is unlikely to be able to refuse to recognize the voting results.

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  1. razmik72
    razmik72 24 June 2016 09: 55
    +29
    Long live the GDP !!! But, if a little more serious smile then the Britons got serious problems on their fifth point. the autocracy didn’t bring any good, the demands, at least in Scotland, to hold a second referendum and secede from the UK, may follow, I remember very well that the Scots should be blackmailed, that if if they vote in their referendum to leave Velik, they will automatically lose their membership in the EU and they will have to join the EU again, which is great laughing he will not allow it by applying the right of veto. That is, the Veliki were engaged in outright blackmail. I wonder what they will say now?
    1. Vend
      Vend 24 June 2016 09: 58
      +19
      Quote: razmik72
      Long live the GDP !!!

      The referendum is not legally binding, that is, the government can independently decide the fate of the country. So is it a victory? Well, the opinion of the people, but who cares.
      1. Scoun
        Scoun 24 June 2016 10: 05
        +11
        Quote: Wend
        So is it a victory?

        The old woman may and will remain in the union, but Brussels and some countries will have to "move" and by the way, the British initially kept themselves apart and did not strive to leave their pound sterling in the euro zone.
        1. Now we are free
          Now we are free 24 June 2016 10: 14
          +58
          Repost.
          The mouse's tears will flow to the cat ... This is for you "S ... and island" for the USSR ...
          Supporters of the exit from the EU Competently played on British nationalism and even dragged the "decrepit Lizka", they say, to your question, give me at least three reasons why we should stay in the EU did not receive a single answer ...
          The fairy tale affects quickly, but the business is not done quickly (but it is being done) The EU is falling apart, which I am personally happy about, and it’s not even a matter of delayed revenge for that nay ... about which our country went through believing its "Western partners" in 1991. No, the EU / NATO / US Harem is much more beneficial for the Russian Federation in a disassembled state, and even more so without such countries as the Great Britain, sick with "Russophobia Rabies". Poland would have left the EU ... But Psheki will be blown out of it last to the last sucking / sucking the juices from the rich Western Europe.
          I am VERY waiting for the separation of Scotland and Northern Ireland from Great Britain (the latter’s reunion with Ireland), and let Wales (yes, I’m going to Wales) even get married with England. England has always been the ETERNAL VRGOM: Rus, the TsR, RI, the RSFSR, the USSR, and the Russian Federation. Germany, France, the USA and even Poland are coming Russophobia, but English Russophobia is ETERNAL. Look where everything r ... o settles (thieves, killers, perverts, degenerates, traitors) from the Central Committee of the USSR and the Russian Federation and you’ll understand everything ...

          P.S. I wish the "decrepit Windsors" of Scotland and Northern Ireland as soon as possible. You can and should work with these guys! In the end, Russia and these two hopefully in the near future of the country, are connected by one important circumstance - Hatred and meanness towards them on the part of England.
          This does not apply to the great English Culture, the actors of Great Britain and even (forgive the Lord). What has been said here refers to the military-political course of England of Great Britain towards Russia. And it is to the state of Great Britain (and not the country) that I wish the fastest fragmentation, since it has always been our first enemy. And how much blood was shed ALL OVER THE WORLD, the soldiers of "Her Majesty" know everything from African savages to domestic liberoids ...

          P.P.S.
          God is not Yermoshka -See a little ...
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          3. dionis
            dionis 24 June 2016 11: 02
            +6
            I fully support! Faster this under-state would have collapsed along with its notorious community of former colonies, and even better would have pulled these windsor in the ass, it's time to establish a republic there!)
          4. weksha50
            weksha50 24 June 2016 11: 11
            +16
            Quote: Now we are free
            English Russophobia is ETERNAL. Look where everything r ... o settles on (thieves, killers, perverts, degenerates, traitors) from the Central Committee of the USSR and the Russian Federation



            I completely agree ... You don’t even need to go far for examples in both new and recent history ...

            Being an ally of RI in the Entente, Great Britain did not stop the subversive activities on its territory against RI ... In particular, all the active wanderings of the leader of the world proletariat did not pass London ... And the question is whether the October revolution was purely for German money Russia ...

            Before she had time to complete, Naglia immediately became an ardent enemy of the new state on the territory of the same Russia ...

            However, faced with Hitler's Germany, she again (as in the time of the Entente) entered into an alliance with the USSR, without ceasing to consider him, however, her own enemy ...

            Everyone knows about Churchill's Fulton speech ...

            And then - the long years of the Cold War on the verge of a hot ...

            And with the collapse of the USSR, all the same, a new Russia for Great Britain remained an enemy ...

            And one of the anti-Russian guns in her hands has always been and remains Poland ...

            So - the more Naglia has problems - the more I am happy ... Here I am such an old gall cynic ...
            1. Amurets
              Amurets 24 June 2016 11: 48
              +7
              Quote: weksha50
              And one of the anti-Russian guns in her hands has always been and remains Poland ...

              Yes! Even during the years of the Second World War, England created heaps of problems for the USSR. This is not only the termination of LEND-LIZ assistance on the Northern Route after the British organized tragedy of the PQ-17 convoy, when Churchill did not spare the lives of English and American sailors in the northern seas, this is the conclusion of the Polish Army Anders from the USSR, when she could help in the fight against the Nazis in our territory. Organization and assistance of the Craiova Army, which created problems for the Soviet Forces. There are many examples, including the Warsaw Uprising of 1944.
            2. Weyland
              Weyland 25 June 2016 23: 14
              0
              Quote: weksha50
              Everyone knows about Churchill's Fulton speech ...


              And you forgot to mention the plan of Operation Unthinkable!
              Verily, their vileness is unthinkable, they themselves acknowledge!
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          5. silver_roman
            silver_roman 24 June 2016 12: 51
            +14
            In fact, nothing terrible for our main enemies is not.
            It’s just that the rats were the first to flee the sinking ship, but almost everyone is interested in drowning it: the states need EU resources, the Germans are tired of pulling flawed countries like Spain, Portugal, Greece, etc.
            Britons are simply afraid for their own skin and I’m sure that there are 100500 factors that we don’t know about.

            And it infuriates that whatever happens in the West, this immediately affects oil. This is generally such nonsense. You come to the store, hit your knee on the counter and bread gets cheaper! Well, where did you see this?
            We must move away from this practice.
            1. Tsoy
              Tsoy 24 June 2016 14: 57
              0
              Do not forget about the refusal to sign the Transatlantic Agreement by Germany and France. Maybe now champagne is drunk not at all in the Kremlin, but across the ocean?
              1. Asadullah
                Asadullah 24 June 2016 21: 19
                +4
                Do not forget about the refusal to sign the Transatlantic Agreement by Germany and France. Maybe now champagne is drunk not at all in the Kremlin, but across the ocean?


                Look at the root. Strengthening of the USA on the mainland did not happen, the Trojan horse did not help either, and if so, we take the conic back. The most interesting thing is that in this case there is especially no one to drink champagne. Great Britain will give up all efforts to save Scotland, the Americans will pour all forces into Britain, both material and political. Among EU countries, competition for the same American preferences is emerging. That is, the fate of the EU today is in the hands of the United States. Is it good or bad? The biggest, including material losses, are Germany, is it good or bad? Here are two questions that can be combined into one. Germany will pull this new Reich, under one condition. The condition is simple, an alliance with Russia .....
                1. Samarin
                  Samarin 25 June 2016 01: 47
                  +2
                  Quote: Asadullah
                  The condition is simple, an alliance with Russia .....

                  Why the hell do we have with their migrant Arabs?
                2. sa-ag
                  sa-ag 25 June 2016 06: 23
                  0
                  Quote: Asadullah
                  Germany will pull this new Reich, on one condition

                  If she ceases to pull the countries of southern Europe, she herself will cope
                  Quote: Asadullah
                  The condition is simple, an alliance with Russia .....

                  Historically, there were no such alliances, except in the war with Napoleon, so if there is no foundation, then there will be no building
            2. D. Dan
              D. Dan 24 June 2016 22: 40
              -1
              Only if you do not push oil to everyone left and right!
          6. Salvodor
            Salvodor 24 June 2016 14: 42
            +4
            England needed such a result; why do we find out later.
            Or do you really think that the results of the referendum were unknown in advance?
          7. D. Dan
            D. Dan 24 June 2016 22: 33
            0
            You are happy about the collapse of Yeees, and how glad I am to say in a fairy tale
          8. D. Dan
            D. Dan 24 June 2016 22: 36
            0
            Pleased with the collapse of the IEs ???
            Yes, no more than me!
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 24 June 2016 10: 24
          +17
          Michael McFaul considered the results of the referendum on UK membership in the EU victory of President Vladimir Putin. About this he wrote in his "Twitter".
          V.R.I.O. McFaul in Russia, Mr. Anal, also commented on this event
          1. andj61
            andj61 24 June 2016 12: 18
            +11
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Michael McFaul considered the results of the referendum on UK membership in the EU victory of President Vladimir Putin. About this he wrote in his "Twitter".
            V.R.I.O. McFaul in Russia, Mr. Anal, also commented on this event

            good Well, who doubted that!
            Outside the window, rain and hail. This is Putin's fault!
            The cat left the kittens - Putin is to blame,
            Mistress threw a hare - Guilty, guess!
            Here comes the board The unfortunate goby,
            Our Tanya cries loudly - Nearby Putin, not otherwise!

            The light went out, the fence fell, The car stalled motor,
            Healthy tooth removed Ile climbed into the apartment thief,
            I didn’t like the movie, you came to the city .... but
            Brexit chose Albion - it’s his fault, of course!
            Every democrat knows - Putin is to blame!
            bully drinks
            1. Samarin
              Samarin 25 June 2016 01: 50
              +2
              Winter has passed, summer has come -
              Thanks to Putin for that!
          2. Massimo
            Massimo 25 June 2016 21: 53
            +1
            Interestingly, what Petyunya will say, where will the news of Svidomo now - they will just ripen when there are hangers-on, psheks and other "poor relatives" will remain laughing
        3. Orionvit
          Orionvit 25 June 2016 11: 19
          +1
          I always wondered why Britain left the pound instead of adopting the euro, now it’s clear that it would be easier and faster to jump off.
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      3. RUSS
        RUSS 24 June 2016 10: 06
        +4
        Quote: Wend
        The referendum is not legally binding,

        Yes but-EU next week will hold the first summit of 27 countries, without the UK.
      4. GELEZNII_KAPUT
        GELEZNII_KAPUT 24 June 2016 10: 08
        +7
        Quote: Wend
        The referendum is not legally binding, that is, the government can independently decide the fate of the country. So is it a victory? Well, the opinion of the people, but who cares.

        Yes, it will be so, they will say that the FSE is garbage, the peasants do not understand anything, it is not for nothing that they drove them all to the EU, the shepherd will not give it! bully
        1. Alexy
          Alexy 24 June 2016 18: 13
          +3
          Do you really think so?
          The result of the referendum is only partly the opinion of the people. The main winners are Britain’s anti-European elites. And they so simply will not give up their goal.
          And what is the idea, I think, will soon become known.
          And further.
          Britons never did anything just like that or out of stupidity.
          Someone said that the rats run first.
          Yes, the first, but they are fleeing a sinking ship.
          And what kind of ship will we all know.
      5. DenZ
        DenZ 24 June 2016 10: 15
        +1
        Quote: Wend
        So is it a victory? Well, the opinion of the people, but who are they interested in

        Well, well, it's not democratic!
        And they cannot go crazy about democracy. Well, nothing at all without it.
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      7. Tatar 174
        Tatar 174 24 June 2016 10: 17
        +3
        Quote: Wend
        Quote: razmik72
        Long live the GDP !!!

        The referendum is not legally binding, that is, the government can independently decide the fate of the country. So is it a victory? Well, the opinion of the people, but who cares.

        This is an indicator of the degree of democracy. Well, are they democrats who themselves consider themselves democrats and teach the rest of the world of democracy. We will see.
      8. Al1977
        Al1977 24 June 2016 10: 35
        .
        Quote: Wend
        Well, the opinion of the people, but who cares.

        Russia does not have to judge everyone.
        1. Vend
          Vend 24 June 2016 10: 38
          +5
          Quote: Al1977
          Quote: Wend
          Well, the opinion of the people, but who cares.

          Russia does not have to judge everyone.

          And I do not judge in Russia. This is your prerogative.
        2. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA 24 June 2016 10: 58
          +10
          Quote: Al1977
          Russia does not have to judge everyone.

          And what about Holland? Remember the results of the Consultative and Corrective Referendum on the Approval of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union?
          And the subsequent statements by politicians that the work on the association agreement will go on as before, because the referendum is not legally binding?
      9. dauria
        dauria 24 June 2016 10: 51
        +4
        So is it a victory?


        Whose victory is it? The pound sank, and the euro? After all, the euro will also not be sweet without shaving. Does the US sit and mourn that the second reserve currency is dying? I don’t think .... They say here that it’s easier for us to break the Europeans individually. Is it more difficult for the states? I don’t remember that the United States gleefully watched Europe unite and introduce the euro. So why are states bad? And is it not their multi-port? recourse
        1. sgazeev
          sgazeev 24 June 2016 14: 47
          0
          Quote: dauria
          So is it a victory?


          Whose victory is it? The pound sank, and the euro? After all, the euro will also not be sweet without shaving. Does the US sit and mourn that the second reserve currency is dying? I don’t think .... They say here that it’s easier for us to break the Europeans individually. Is it more difficult for the states? I don’t remember that the United States gleefully watched Europe unite and introduce the euro. So why are states bad? And is it not their multi-port? recourse

          They will survive, they will live all their lives on oatmeal and corn flakes. Now let our nouveau riches twitch.
        2. dvina71
          dvina71 24 June 2016 15: 12
          0
          Quote: dauria
          The pound sank, and the euro

          Drawdown of its currency is an unacceptable luxury for the country. We have some flawed idea of ​​currencies and exchange rates. The strength of a currency is determined not by its relation to another, but by its purchasing power.
          The depreciation of the currency, so ... without reason, is called a currency war. Because it closes the domestic market for external goods and gives an advantage for exporting its own.
        3. Alexy
          Alexy 24 June 2016 18: 16
          0
          Trump has already spoken out.
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      11. siberalt
        siberalt 24 June 2016 12: 45
        +4
        Imitating Shakespeare: Should Putin, according to the results of the referendum, congratulate the Queen of England, that’s the question. laughing
        1. Tanya
          Tanya 24 June 2016 12: 51
          +13
          The British themselves have already congratulated laughing
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          2. Red_Hamer
            Red_Hamer 25 June 2016 08: 38
            +2
            A credible Hindu, he then knows the true history of the world! And from what root is it!
          3. Mengad
            Mengad 25 June 2016 11: 18
            0
            Vladimir Vladimirovich disguised himself lol
        2. sgazeev
          sgazeev 24 June 2016 14: 52
          0
          Quote: siberalt
          Imitating Shakespeare: Should Putin, according to the results of the referendum, congratulate the Queen of England, that’s the question. laughing

          The whole world is upset around, and you have to
          The trouble was that doomed belay
      12. The black
        The black 24 June 2016 14: 53
        +3
        The most cunning are already fleeing the ship and only Ukraine stubbornly climbs into the sinking "European Union" laughing
      13. Revolver
        Revolver 24 June 2016 16: 04
        +1
        Quote: Wend
        The referendum is not legally binding,

        Well, the result of the vote has no legal force, then I posted in another thread yesterday. But now negotiations will begin between London and Brussels on exit conditions (and maybe absenteeism wink ) Britain from the EU, and here we are, as they say, "we will look".
      14. Asadullah
        Asadullah 24 June 2016 21: 07
        0
        The referendum is not legally binding.


        This is not worn in "democratic" countries, but in the kingdoms it is still worn ...
      15. CooL_SnipeR
        CooL_SnipeR 25 June 2016 19: 20
        0
        And in a referendum, we took the Crimea. Although of course they probably also do not recognize separation from the EU and NATO will introduce sanctions against Britons)
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 09: 59
      +5
      Someone here sprinkled saliva in the morning that the shaves will not go anywhere ... however, what will be the situation now, and is there any "profit" for us? since I am not an "Armageddon" (and he predicted such a result), and I cannot predict what colleagues have thoughts on this topic?
      1. evil partisan
        evil partisan 24 June 2016 10: 02
        +3
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        someone here saliva in the morning sprayed that the shaving will not go anywhere ...

        Well, let’s say I. winked And not today, but yesterday yes and not with saliva, but with port and did not spray, but choked ... sad
        Hello political scientist ... me! drinks
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 10: 10
          +3
          [quote = angry partisan] Hi, political scientist, ... me! [/ quote]
          be healthy boyargazpromovets! hi not you alone: ​​[quote] Abbra (1) RU Yesterday, 21:10 PM
          Tomorrow morning we will find out the results of the referendum. It seems to me that supporters of the EU will win. Power will go all the way to prevent separation supporters [/ quote]. avt (3) RU Yesterday, 21:17 p.m. ↑
          [quote] Quote: Abbra
          Tomorrow morning we will find out the results of the referendum. It seems to me that supporters of the EU will win.
          But I don’t think so, because regardless of the shaved results, it’s just that nobody will let go anywhere [/ quote] [quote] Sharky (1) Yesterday, 21:18 p.m.
          Yeah, everything will be presented as a beautiful rivalry on an equal footing. But in the end, those who are for maintaining EU membership will gain the upper hand with a 1% advantage. [/ quote] [quote] Denis Obukhov RU Yesterday, 21:20 p.m. ↑
          Wang 52/48 in favor of the EU [/ quote] [quote] RUS96 (2) RU Yesterday, 22:33 PM ↑
          Yes, not where they will not go .. [/ quote] [quote] Koshak (3) RU Yesterday, 21:25 PM
          Supporters of the EU will "win". And there is nothing to guess. [/ Quote] [quote] sw6513 (3) Yesterday, 21:26
          All this is an empty action, no split of the English is expected [/ quote] [quote] 4ekist (2) RU Yesterday, 21:55
          [quote = Abbra] Tomorrow morning we will find out the results of the referendum. It seems to me that supporters of the EU will win. [/ Quote] smile tired of copying, there were such "wang" dofig ... 6 numbers, no one guessed! wassat
          1. weksha50
            weksha50 24 June 2016 11: 16
            +1
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            It seems to me that supporters of the EU will win. Power will go all the way to prevent separation supporters



            Here the only thing that annoys is the too small advantage of the supporters of the exit ... Only 2% ...

            And democracy ... it is so cunning in the West - it has not just two or three faces, but as many as they need ...
            1. Andrey Yuryevich
              Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 11: 25
              +1
              Quote: weksha50
              Quote: Andrey Yurievich
              It seems to me that supporters of the EU will win. Power will go all the way to prevent separation supporters

              The quote is not mine.
        2. atalef
          atalef 24 June 2016 14: 37
          +1
          Quote: Angry Guerrilla
          Well let's say

          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          Hi political scientist

          Hello everyone, in fact, nobody could have predicted that the results are very close to each other and the pendulum could swing here or there.
          There is also a big question of where this will lead - maybe to the collapse of the EU, or maybe to the consolidation of shopping malls in general, England was and was not in the EU maintaining its currency. And the former was quite independent.
          But what can be said unequivocally is that the United States, unlike the European collective farm, is a separate country.
          In general, in connection with this, the strength of the United States will increase, but in general, according to the dollar, this can be seen. Now all the loot of the world will rush to the states.
          1. Revolver
            Revolver 24 June 2016 17: 21
            +2
            Quote: atalef
            Now all the loot of the world will rush to the states.

            Unfortunately passing through. No one will invest in the real economy of the United States, because it is expensive to conduct real business here. So the money will only make a brief stop in America and, after the Wall Street sharks remove their foams, go to places with cheap labor and relaxed regulation of labor protection, the environment, and so on.
            Well, or invest in luxury real estate, but from this the real economy will also be neither warm nor cold. What is a $ 100M invested in a penthouse? For almost any of those here (Hello, underground billionaires, respond, if there are any!) This is more money than he will see in his entire life. And for the same Wall Street - less than the rounding error of the amount of transactions per day, if not an hour.
          2. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 20: 38
            -1
            Quote: atalef
            But what can be said unequivocally is that the United States, unlike the European collective farm, is a separate country.
            In general, in connection with this, the strength of the United States will increase, but in general, according to the dollar, this can be seen. Now all the loot of the world will rush to the states.

            Hi San, I figured it out, and yes, the states are different in "profit" ... the "collective farm" is more difficult to manage, and so ... haaavno question! hi
      2. Letun
        Letun 24 June 2016 10: 07
        +12
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        Someone here sprinkled saliva in the morning that the shaves will not go anywhere ... however, what will be the situation now, and is there any "profit" for us? since I am not an "Armageddon" (and he predicted such a result), and I cannot predict what colleagues have thoughts on this topic?

        I have only one thought on this subject so far: drink a glass of Russian vodka for gentlemen in the evening lol The process went wink
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 10: 17
          +3
          Quote: Letun
          I have only one thought on this subject: drink a glass of Russian vodka for gentlemen in the evening. The process has begun.

          this is normal! yes drinks
        2. Tatar 174
          Tatar 174 24 June 2016 10: 22
          +12
          Quote: Letun
          I have only one thought on this subject: drink a glass of Russian vodka for gentlemen in the evening. The process has begun.

          This is in Russian! And I, like a true Tatar, wait first, look around, and then also a glass of vodka laughing
          1. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 10: 39
            +4
            Quote: Tatar 174
            This is in Russian! And I, like a true Tatar, wait first, look around, and then also a glass of vodka

            just like my matchmaker! laughing drinks
          2. Executer
            Executer 24 June 2016 13: 00
            +4
            Wrong Tatar! First a glass of vodka, then look around, then another glass, and then wait ... lol
            1. Salvodor
              Salvodor 24 June 2016 14: 48
              +2
              Alcoholics, just read that drink right away)
          3. sgazeev
            sgazeev 24 June 2016 14: 56
            +1
            Quote: Tartar 174
            Quote: Letun
            I have only one thought on this subject: drink a glass of Russian vodka for gentlemen in the evening. The process has begun.

            This is in Russian! And I, like a true Tatar, wait first, look around, and then also a glass of vodka laughing

            What about uraza? recourse
            1. Tatar 174
              Tatar 174 24 June 2016 19: 56
              +1
              Quote: sgazeev
              What about uraza?

              I am a Soviet Tatar, an internationalist, it’s difficult to re-educate yourself ... And you have a happy Ramadan!
      3. Rostovchanin
        Rostovchanin 24 June 2016 10: 18
        +1
        And what thoughts, okromya - ACHIEVED!
        They searched for adventures at the opera - and found. They wanted additional preferences, through blackmail - now either Brussels will begin to clamp them, which ultimately will result in an exit from the EU, or they will immediately prepare an exit (in 2 years, now they have no right). It is possible to hold such referenda in other member countries. But I think this referendum introduced an additional split in the EU. The composition of the Union is too heterogeneous with different goals and views among its members, sometimes diametrically opposed. As the saying goes, a union is possible as long as its members have common goals :)
        Well, an alternative option, everyone will be hushed up and will sit like mice :)

        PS Yes, and the Merikos will try their best to support the Union - because this is still a single distribution market, with one it is easier to negotiate / influence about TTIP (Transatlantic Trade Union). If a split occurs, then it will be necessary to influence each country separately, and this is more costly both in time and in attendance ...
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 10: 45
          +3
          Quote: Rostovchanin
          now either Brussels will begin to clamp them,

          "Brussel" -naglican? laughing I am begging you! His "clamping" is weak! Who is "Brussel"? - Nobody ... the headquarters of the alliance, that's all. but the Naglich people, they are not leaving NATO, but the EU, will you tell the difference? I mean: the brits, will close the fuck up their borders from the barmaley, will not feed the "single geyropa, and will not obey the marasmic decisions of the" Council of Europe "on any garbage, any quotas stupid ...
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          2. Rostovchanin
            Rostovchanin 24 June 2016 12: 46
            0
            Those. according to your logic, the EU Council has no influence on a member ??? Then what is this alliance !!! ??
            If you entered into an alliance, be so kind as to obey the rules, which, as I understand it, were worked out together.
            Or the position of the World Bank was as follows - while there was a gesheft (economic / political), we were in an alliance + with preferences, but as it blew like a "jerboa" - why do we need such an alliance?
            Who will conduct business with such partners ... It is clear that national interests are first and foremost, but you should not forget about business obligations. Although what am I talking about ... :)
            1. sgazeev
              sgazeev 24 June 2016 15: 02
              0
              Quote: Rostovchanin
              Those. according to your logic, the EU Council has no influence on a member ??? Then what is this alliance !!! ??
              If you entered into an alliance, be so kind as to obey the rules, which, as I understand it, were worked out together.
              Or the position of the World Bank was as follows - while there was a gesheft (economic / political), we were in an alliance + with preferences, but as it blew like a "jerboa" - why do we need such an alliance?
              Who will conduct business with such partners ... It is clear that national interests are first and foremost, but you should not forget about business obligations. Although what am I talking about ... :)

              No matter how much they would like in Brussels, a member of the front desk humbly doesn’t get up, nature is nature. And Borya Ivanov’s son will come to the premiere, we’ll watch. He is very similar to Trump, red, bright personalities. laughing
            2. Revolver
              Revolver 24 June 2016 17: 41
              0
              Quote: Rostovchanin
              while there was a gesheft (economic / political), we are in an alliance + with preferences, but as it blew like a "jerboa" - why do we need such an alliance?

              This phrase once reminded me painfully of 1991. Just a couple of years before, we walked along the streets with receivers and enthusiastically listened to the live report from the congress of people's deputies and Mikhail Sveich’s speech for perestroika. And 1991 came - and all that remains is ditties:

              Perestroika mother dear,
              Gorbachev is a father.
              Such a fuck
              I'd rather be an orphan.
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      5. Ivan65
        Ivan65 24 June 2016 10: 38
        +1
        And who said that they had already left? Is a referendum mandatory? This is how it will come out, so it will come out!
        And predictions are an ungrateful affair (proved by a hydromet center).

        It’s very annoying that they use us as a scarecrow. Like in the movie Home Alone. Adult guys show small fry on a dude with a shovel and tell bloody horror stories supposedly related to him. And this dude with a shovel at the end of the movie Home Alone 1 saves the protagonist.
        We are scared by all countries for different purposes and then we will have to save Europe, and even the whole world. And again, somebody will take advantage of the fruits of our efforts.
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 10: 50
          +1
          Quote: Ivan65
          And who said that they had already left?

          "United Kingdom" and announced ... following the results of the referendum.
        2. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 24 June 2016 11: 15
          +14
          Quote: Ivan65
          And who said that they had already left? Is a referendum mandatory? This is how it will come out, so it will come out!
          And predictions are an ungrateful affair (proved by a hydromet center).

          It’s very annoying that they use us as a scarecrow. Like in the movie Home Alone. Adult guys show small fry on a dude with a shovel and tell bloody horror stories supposedly related to him. And this dude with a shovel at the end of the movie Home Alone 1 saves the protagonist.
          We are scared by all countries for different purposes and then we will have to save Europe, and even the whole world. And again, somebody will take advantage of the fruits of our efforts.

          So they frighten us so that the EU countries would unite in front of an external threat !!! And it won how it went, the "accomplices" are already bursting with fright! Strangled with concern ...
          A new stage will soon begin - races will rush to the Kremlin to restore good relations
      6. sgazeev
        sgazeev 24 June 2016 14: 53
        0
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        Someone here sprinkled saliva in the morning that the shaves will not go anywhere ... however, what will be the situation now, and is there any "profit" for us? since I am not an "Armageddon" (and he predicted such a result), and I cannot predict what colleagues have thoughts on this topic?

        Like Nelson’s conversation with Ushakov. lol
      7. sa-ag
        sa-ag 25 June 2016 06: 26
        0
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        however, what will be the situation now, and is there a "profit" for us?

        In my opinion, no, such events lead to lower oil prices, and this leads to a decrease in the national currency and a rise in the price of gasoline, which in turn pulls the price of all goods up
    3. Finches
      Finches 24 June 2016 10: 05
      +17
      Iron logic! While the chief leader with the whole world was ruining Russia, the GDP alone ruined the EU ... laughing
      1. weksha50
        weksha50 24 June 2016 11: 20
        +4
        Quote: Finches
        While the chief leader with the whole world was ruining Russia, the GDP alone ruined the EU ...


        This is - just a bell ... More precisely - afroniggeru warning as to their continent's northernmost animal gets ...

        Most likely through Alaska ...
        1. Amurets
          Amurets 24 June 2016 11: 58
          +3
          Quote: weksha50

          This is - just a bell ... More precisely - afroniggeru warning as to their continent's northernmost animal gets ...

          Most likely through Alaska ...

          Alaska and Texas and the southern states have a desire to secede, but I don’t even want to think about what will happen later, I know one thing that won’t end in good. Do not forget that the United States has nuclear weapons and in whose hands it can fall the collapse of the United States, even scary to imagine.
          1. Apsit
            Apsit 24 June 2016 23: 08
            0
            Quote: Amurets
            Alaska and Texas and the southern states have a desire to separate themselves,

            Well you are dreaming laughing Who will let them go?
            Quote: Amurets
            with the collapse of the United States

            It’s really possible that Yellowstone will wake up and begin to restore its order.
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    5. RUSS
      RUSS 24 June 2016 10: 08
      +3
      Quote: razmik72
      .I wonder what they will say now?


      The exit of the third EU economy from the community will upset the established balance of power in the European Union and lead to dominance in the German community, Belgian political scientist Bart Smet said in an interview with TASS.

      "Now the European Union will turn into a German sandbox, since not a single country of the community is now able to oppose Berlin, which has already significantly increased its influence in the European Union during the euro crisis," the expert said.
    6. dmitriyruss
      dmitriyruss 24 June 2016 10: 13
      +15
      Ukrainians on news forums have "slight" confusion and panic ... Since the training manuals are not yet ready for a new situation, some by inertia continue to rave about a hybrid war, and some call the British traitors and accomplices of the Kremlin, demand to turn off the broadcasting of RT in the EU
    7. DMB3000
      DMB3000 24 June 2016 11: 04
      +1
      Further we will call them Great
    8. Sid.74
      Sid.74 24 June 2016 11: 25
      +7
      In a referendum in Britain won ... Putin


      Margarita Simonyan: If there is no ale in the tap, then our Emelya drank laughing

      That's right, until the Europeans are not up to Syria ... it is necessary to roll the terrorists into a pancake ...
      Syrian air force resumed air campaign against militants of the IG in the east of Aleppo province


      And we zhezh what?
      Putin hopes India and Pakistan will be adopted at the SCO in 2017


      Smile and wave...
      Last week, Scotland and Northern Ireland announced that they would leave the UK if it leaves the EU.
      1. Sid.74
        Sid.74 24 June 2016 11: 29
        +22
        Vladimir Churov secretly leaves the UK via the English Channel. Brexit center assignment completed successfully.


        When the Union collapsed, the liberals rejoiced, because they are for small, comfortable countries. And now they cheated ...
        am
      2. SlavaP
        SlavaP 24 June 2016 21: 05
        0
        They will not go anywhere. Their "return" to the EU will be blocked by at least two EU members (so far) suffering from separatism and division: Spain and Cyprus.
      3. dmitriyruss
        dmitriyruss 26 June 2016 20: 10
        0
        And Vladimir Vladimirovich an apartment in Yalta and lieutenant colonel promised ahead of schedule
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    10. siberalt
      siberalt 24 June 2016 12: 15
      0
      With the price of oil, there’s nothing. So, Sechin said that in Russia, on average, the cost of producing a barrel of oil is 2,1 American candy wrappers. At a price of 50, we go to budget bookmarks for 2016.
    11. Roman 11
      Roman 11 24 June 2016 12: 51
      +2
      Quote: razmik72
      But, if a little more serious, the Britons got serious problems at their fifth point.

      Chichas they will start poking slowly in all the holes from all sides - they say it's time to return, the Washington regional committee insists .... and if you are proud the Britons will be stubborn, you will begin difficulties in trading with neighbors and other economic complications, because there is a good cover, Who is the head in this house laughing
    12. Joe stalin
      Joe stalin 24 June 2016 15: 24
      +2
      and here’s the reaction of Putin’s partner:
    13. self-propelled
      self-propelled 24 June 2016 21: 48
      +1
      21 Jun. Nicola Sturgen, leader of the Scottish National Party, said that if the UK leaves the European Union, Scotland will hold a second referendum on secession from the United Kingdom.

      all rained down ?! belay
  2. dmitriyruss
    dmitriyruss 24 June 2016 09: 55
    +14
    As parachutists say - The first one went ...
    Ukrainians ... what are you all the same suckers!
    1. dmitriyruss
      dmitriyruss 24 June 2016 09: 58
      +14
      Well, according to tradition ... anecdote to the spite of the day:

      After Ukraine’s entry into the EU, two Khom Khokhl talk:
      - Well, shaw, how are you?
      - Yes, this EU crap! I am out of work, my wife washes the floors in Italy, my daughter is a prostitute in France, my son married a German ... And the Muscovites are to blame for everything !!! They said: "do not join the EU."
      After all, they knew, bastards what we would do in spite!
      1. weksha50
        weksha50 24 June 2016 11: 24
        +5
        Quote: dmitriyruss
        After all, they knew, bastards what we would do in spite!


        Something thought that in the future the EU would consist of Poland, the Baltic states and Ukraine ... And they will continue to undermine the Russian economy ...
        1. dmitriyruss
          dmitriyruss 24 June 2016 11: 38
          +6
          And they will call this neoplasm the Warsaw Pact.
    2. WKS
      WKS 24 June 2016 10: 19
      +4
      Now the second act will begin to blur the majority opinion.
  3. Russki
    Russki 24 June 2016 09: 55
    +6
    She will not leave the European Union, they say again the Kremlin’s hand or something else. The opinion of the people does not mean anything.
    1. Altona
      Altona 24 June 2016 10: 04
      +4
      Quote: Russki
      She will not leave the European Union, they say again the Kremlin’s hand or something else. The opinion of the people does not mean anything.

      ------------------
      The Kremlin is already some kind of six-armed seven-winged. He cares about everything. In general, there is such an English fairy tale about Winnie the Pooh bear, the author is a certain Milne. So there Eeyore's donkey put a burst ball in a pot and said "comes in and out."
      1. Oprychnik
        Oprychnik 25 June 2016 03: 29
        +3
        Goodbye Europe!
  4. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 24 June 2016 09: 56
    +2
    Glory, glory to the Darkest! (Numerous bonnets fly into the air). laughing
    And whoever wondered how this will affect our life with you? Not everything is as clear as the "daughter of a Crimean officer" said.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 10: 20
      +2
      Quote: vladimirvn
      And whoever wondered how this will affect our life with you? Not everything is as clear as the "daughter of a Crimean officer" said

      how do we depend on the island? to me with my "not started higher", it seems that this is good! Or am I, out of natural stupidity, something I do not understand? request what
      1. sa-ag
        sa-ag 25 June 2016 06: 32
        0
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        But how do we depend on the island?

        As Valentina Matvienko said "For us it was like a bolt from the blue", it turns out that someone is still dependent on events in Britain, capital, real estate, business, children, this (well, except for children) can be lost overnight :-)
    2. weksha50
      weksha50 24 June 2016 11: 29
      +2
      Quote: vladimirvn
      And whoever wondered how it would affect on ours with you life?


      Who exactly do you mean?
      Big business ? Duma boyars and government-municipal bureaucrats? "Servants of the people", caring for him in various exaggerated parties, existing it is not clear on whose and what money? Or the majority of the population of Russia?

      PS Whiskey disappear from sale? Or bread and potatoes? Here lies the answer as to who and how it will affect ...
      1. PHANTOM-AS
        PHANTOM-AS 24 June 2016 11: 55
        +4
        Quote: weksha50
        Who exactly do you mean?
        Big business ? Duma boyars and government-municipal bureaucrats? "Servants of the people", caring for him in various exaggerated parties, existing it is not clear on whose and what money?

        Why is it not clear? On our folk money!
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        But how do we depend on the island?

        The families of our numerous oligarchic officials live on the island, their children study in the universities there, their real estate and stolen loot are there.

        Threat. I personally do not care about Britain, even if tomorrow it completely goes under water, like Atlantis.
        I’m more worried about why a woman died of peritonitis in one of our regional towns, after the abolition of a local clinic and ambulance in a district town, the ambulance simply didn’t manage to arrive from the district center !!!
        We have optimized!
        And we are all about some kind of Britain are, and our people are dying out of the blue. And where do we look for the guilty and who will feed and raise two orphaned children ?? !!!
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 12: 51
          +2
          Quote: PHANTOM-AS
          Threat. I personally do not care about Britain, even if tomorrow it completely goes under water, like Atlantis.
          I’m more worried about why a woman died of peritonitis in one of our regional towns, after the abolition of a local clinic and ambulance in a district town, the ambulance simply didn’t manage to arrive from the district center !!!
          We have optimized!
          And we are all about some kind of Britain are, and our people are dying out of the blue. And where do we look for the guilty and who will feed and raise two orphaned children ?? !!!

          bitterly ... but what does the island have to do with it? it’s not the citizens who killed the unfortunate woman, it’s ours. what can I say .. vote for EP. (I share your anger.)
          1. PHANTOM-AS
            PHANTOM-AS 24 June 2016 14: 10
            +2
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            (I share your anger.)

            ATP for support.
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            Vote for EP

            There is a desire to vote from the machine gun Maxim.
        2. weksha50
          weksha50 24 June 2016 13: 53
          +2
          Quote: PHANTOM-AS
          our people are dying out of the blue. And where do we look for the guilty and who will feed and raise two orphaned children ?? !!!




          Oooohhhh ... What can I say ???

          Here is an article next to it about toughening the fight against terrorism ... Again, the boyars were portrayed and not fully thought out ...
          But, in connection with the changes and the vague wording, they can now find fault with Phantom-As for veiled calls against the authorities, and according to another article - to attract ALL of us for ... how to correctly say ... For prematurity? For the denunciation of Phantom Asa ???

          And when we say something AGAINST Naglya, then they won’t attract anyone ...

          What a life ... interesting ...
          1. PHANTOM-AS
            PHANTOM-AS 24 June 2016 14: 34
            +1
            Quote: weksha50
            to attract ALL of us for ... how to correctly say ... For prematurity?

            Duc, we are not the 37th year! wink
            Or is it selective? what
            1. weksha50
              weksha50 24 June 2016 18: 34
              0
              Quote: PHANTOM-AS
              Or is it selective?



              This must be carefully read between the lines of the law ...
        3. bk316
          bk316 24 June 2016 19: 27
          +2
          Quote: PHANTOM-AS
          our people are dying out of the blue.

          Out of the blue?
          My aunt died in the USSR (where the best medicine was, as they say here) from peritonitis, and not in a regional town, but directly in Moscow.
          With peritonitis, jokes are bad, this is by no means an uneven place.
  5. Stinger
    Stinger 24 June 2016 09: 57
    +5
    the referendum was initiated by none other than Mr. Cameron himself

    This is called outwitting himself. And rightly so. Now the British can continue to calmly lick one place overseas host, without looking back at the EU.
  6. Good_Taxist
    Good_Taxist 24 June 2016 09: 58
    +10
    "I am the daughter of a British officer, believe me, everything is not so simple here ....!"
  7. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2016 09: 59
    +3
    Any garbage of them inflates an information occasion. A day earlier, sorry, a year later. Who cares? All Britons do not need duty-free and visa-free space. Scottish exporters only need to drive their oil and their viskar to the common market. They will erect barriers again, try how it will be. Although it is unlikely to be better, and so the country is not cheap.
  8. Joe stalin
    Joe stalin 24 June 2016 09: 59
    +13
    Victory will be when 15 former Soviet republics will again gather in the USSR!

    1. 75 hammer
      75 hammer 24 June 2016 10: 07
      +8
      Only under the flag of Russia !!!!!!!
      1. bk316
        bk316 24 June 2016 19: 28
        +2
        Quote: Hammer 75
        Only under the flag of Russia !!!!!!!

        That's it.
      2. sa-ag
        sa-ag 25 June 2016 06: 34
        0
        Quote: Hammer 75
        Only under the flag of Russia !!!!!!!

        Then they won’t get together, the red flag was a symbol of the country of the union of republics, not the RSFSR
    2. dionis
      dionis 24 June 2016 10: 57
      +5
      Plus Poland, Finland and other territories that fell away from the Russian Empire! laughing
  9. lozh76
    lozh76 24 June 2016 10: 00
    +4
    The whole European Union is controlled by Washington (what news to get afire) The British are thinking right (not to be confused with their government !!!)
    1. Shuttle
      Shuttle 24 June 2016 13: 30
      0
      Quote: lozh76
      The whole European Union is controlled by Washington (what news to get afire) The British are thinking right (not to be confused with their government !!!)


      Interestingly, in WWII the main part of the Nazi troops defeated the USSR, the Kwantung army also seems to be like him. And the military bases in Germany and Japan, for some reason, are exclusively American. Why?
  10. BARKAS
    BARKAS 24 June 2016 10: 00
    +2
    One of the first to speak was ex-US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul. According to him, he won on a plebiscite in Britain ... Putin.

    Why only Putin ?! Where is ISIS DPRK and other axes?
    1. Samarin
      Samarin 25 June 2016 02: 06
      0
      Quote: BARKAS
      Where is ISIS DPRK and other axes?

      well, the "axis" is now one ...
  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 24 June 2016 10: 02
    +2
    Scotland will hold a second referendum on the issue of secession from the United Kingdom.

    And behind her, and Ireland will vote. Then in France they will begin to procrastinate this topic. If we imagine for a second that the EU will break up, then it is not difficult to predict in what position and state of psychosis the Balts and Poland will get used to living on EU money. Under the leadership of the United States, they tried to tear Russia apart, and now they themselves may find themselves in the back end.
    1. your1970
      your1970 24 June 2016 11: 27
      0
      After which it will be necessary to buy them, the Balts, BUY (naturally inexpensively) - so that the West never raised the question of occupation, etc. The sale and purchase agreement must be carried out through the old English law firm, an honor of honor.
      Well, and then, as it should have been since ancient times, in Rus- disagreeable at the stable, to get rid of everyone no matter how, who doesn’t like, sell overseas ....
      repeat yes what
      1. Zefr
        Zefr 25 June 2016 14: 44
        0
        Peter already bought them. It's like a runaway dog ​​- if you returned, what to pay again?
  12. hirurg
    hirurg 24 June 2016 10: 02
    +7
    Recently, Western civilization reminds me more and more of a giant psychiatric clinic jam-packed with patients.
    And the main attending physician is the USA. It differs from patients only in that it has the keys to the wards.
    And what do we see? Riot in the clinic?
    1. vmo
      vmo 24 June 2016 10: 12
      0
      How exactly said! tongue
    2. Al1977
      Al1977 24 June 2016 10: 38
      -2
      Quote: hirurg
      Recently, Western civilization reminds me more and more of a giant psychiatric clinic jam-packed with patients.

      When, in which country and how much have you been in recently?
      Or is everything more visible from Muhosk?
      1. hirurg
        hirurg 24 June 2016 11: 07
        0
        Well, if St. Petersburg, as you say Mukhosk ...
        And by country, yes, I haven’t been there for a long time, because I have enough communication here, due to my professional activities.
        1. Al1977
          Al1977 24 June 2016 12: 48
          -2
          Quote: hirurg
          Well, if St. Petersburg, as you say Mukhosk ...
          And by country, yes, I haven’t been there for a long time, because I have enough communication here, due to my professional activities.

          And this was not even a question.
          Europe and America are most criticized by those who have not been there. (If this is not your job, as with Solovyov, who has a house there and rests there, or Dr. Zheleznyak, who sent all the children to Europe to study)
          The psychology is like that. I want to believe that everywhere is worse than yours.
          The more problems a person has, the more he blames everyone else or claims that it’s so bad
          That's the way any person works, What's in St. Petersburg, what's in New York.
          It’s just a little sometimes ... it’s strange to look at people who criticize Mercedes, who ride all their lives on constipation ... But they point to Mercedes car services that are clogged with cars on the lifts. And by this look through the glass, concluding that the Mercedes car is full g.
          1. hirurg
            hirurg 28 June 2016 21: 59
            0
            I want to believe that everywhere is worse than yours than yours.
            And, here, just not.
            As we say: "Well, where we are not."
            And, like the Chukchi, I see what I sing.
            If, I see that it is pi..r, then I say that it is a diagnosis.
            And in the West, these are minorities. This is so for the sake of example. And such examples are immeasurable.
            And do not confuse corruption, social injustice and insanity.
            1. Al1977
              Al1977 29 June 2016 12: 48
              0
              Quote: hirurg
              And do not confuse corruption, social injustice and insanity.

              Like untouchable people do Boeing and Airbus, Mercedes and iPhones. And reasonable Russians live on 500 euros per month, which is comparable to some sort of Albania, Bulgaria, etc. You can reasonably explain. I personally do not buy Russian household appliances, clothes, cars and much more. You know why, because it’s a complete Mr.
              something like that.
              And the Chukchi, yes, more visible from the plague, the Chukchi will believe for a bottle of vodka, that the Martians live in a neighboring yurt.
              1. hirurg
                hirurg 29 June 2016 20: 45
                0
                bius | leftcenterright | emoimgcolor | hidequotetranslit
                Mukhosk .. and the Chukchi from .., but you yourself didn’t think that you are from ..opa looking at the world.
                Only you think that you are smart, and the rest went out for a walk like that?
                Are you camping too somewhere?
                You about Thomas, and you about Yerema, and even about vodka for some reason.
                Stay with yours. Good luck.

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                  hirurg 29 June 2016 21: 02
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      2. bk316
        bk316 24 June 2016 19: 35
        +3
        Quote: Al1977
        When, in which country and how much have you been in recently?

        I am so in France, Finland, Austria, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany.
        And responsibly, I’ll say more and more like a madhouse, and all patients have a different diagnosis and most are hopeless.
        1. Al1977
          Al1977 27 June 2016 10: 06
          0
          Quote: bk316
          Quote: Al1977
          When, in which country and how much have you been in recently?

          I am so in France, Finland, Austria, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany.
          And responsibly, I’ll say more and more like a madhouse, and all patients have a different diagnosis and most are hopeless.

          As I understand it, Russia is the measure of normality for you. And amid her around a madhouse? And are our people the happiest and fairest?
          You are a deputy with a salary of 450 mp per month, or a patient of a mental hospital, there are no other options.
          I, too, in those countries, in Finland, just not been and it was a great time, I would never trade for a visit to Uryupinsk, Tula and other "ideals of normality", with broken roads, poor people, and boorish staff.
    3. engineer74
      engineer74 24 June 2016 10: 43
      0
      Quote: hirurg
      Recently, Western civilization reminds me more and more of a giant psychiatric clinic jam-packed with patients.
      And the main attending physician is the USA. It differs from patients only in that it has the keys to the wards.
      And what do we see? Riot in the clinic?

      IMHO, a little bit wrong: the Chief Physician went out to smoke, and the USA is a psycho who put on a dressing gown, but the doctor will return, possibly with the orderlies ... hi
    4. dionis
      dionis 24 June 2016 10: 54
      0
      laughing good They are confused, they no longer know how to do it. The British want to put themselves higher and more comfortable as always, but they still haven’t really succeeded.
  13. Enoch
    Enoch 24 June 2016 10: 03
    +3
    And here Putin. Now the Martians will be hanged on him. They themselves knead their kosher strep, and hang labels on others.
  14. volodya
    volodya 24 June 2016 10: 04
    -3
    Well, well, good advertising for Russia and Putin!
  15. brodyaga
    brodyaga 24 June 2016 10: 05
    +1
    All this is nonsense. How the government decides (or how they are allowed to decide it will be so). The referendum was consultative in nature, this is the law of Great Britain. So this vote does not decide anything and it is too early to draw conclusions.
  16. dobrik10
    dobrik10 24 June 2016 10: 07
    -1
    The first swallow ...
  17. Nikolay71
    Nikolay71 24 June 2016 10: 13
    0
    Quote: Good_Taxist
    "I am the daughter of a British officer, believe me, everything is not so simple here ....!"

    You plus colleague!
  18. PDM80
    PDM80 24 June 2016 10: 16
    +2
    Not Putin is some sort of mage level 80! bewitched half of england wassat
  19. Stas57
    Stas57 24 June 2016 10: 18
    +1
    but I think this is a game.
    it doesn’t matter for them to leave for several years, if the government decides, and they get out with a little pitchfork, it’s not enough that people voted there, or it will come out on special conditions with a special status, all the more so it will be more difficult for some to control the EU.
  20. Berkut24
    Berkut24 24 June 2016 10: 21
    +2
    Judging by the title of the article, Putin and common sense in Europe are becoming synonymous.
  21. Arkan
    Arkan 24 June 2016 10: 23
    0
    The fact is that the results of the referendum held have no legal force. The UK government does not have to obey the results of the vote.


    How democratic it is, not to take into account the opinions of more than half of the voters! Role Model.
    1. Al1977
      Al1977 24 June 2016 11: 26
      0
      Quote: Arkan
      How democratic it is, not to take into account the opinions of more than half of the voters! Role Model.

      Who says they don't count?
      By the way, if 90% of the population votes, what would they be given a million euros, is it worth considering?
  22. Maks-80
    Maks-80 24 June 2016 10: 24
    0
    The first one went. The next exit Netherlands, Denmark, Italy.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 24 June 2016 10: 33
      +2
      And also maybe Greece. And at the entrance are two twins - Turkey and Ukraine.
      1. Waltasar
        Waltasar 24 June 2016 10: 44
        0
        No, Greece will not work, she only lives on eurocredits.
        In the European Union, as in other large entities, there are donor regions (England, Germany, for example) and the poor are subsidized by Greeks.
        It’s profitable for donors to get out of such a union (England), unless it is a manager (Germany), but the Greeks can’t get out of it.
  23. Gardamir
    Gardamir 24 June 2016 10: 24
    0
    Blind people. He opened the Yeltsin Center for you, and you are good to him! Mannerheim opened the board, again, snatching! In all collaborates with the American and again glory to him. Now, the people’s money gathered to teleport again, you’ll be fooling around. The meanness of the current government is that if a meteorite falls on America, it’s the merit of the authorities. And if Russian people die, the Kremlin is not to blame. It would be better to describe the merits of this in the sanctions against our athletes, but yes, yes, the daon is not responsible for this, everything is to blame for Obama.
  24. Sergey824
    Sergey824 24 June 2016 10: 24
    +1
    Mr. Cameron himself is to blame for this result! It was not necessary to demand special conditions for the country, to frighten the way out. When setting an ultimatum, one must understand that the enemy may not be afraid, and then what, then what? And then we will talk with each of them separately and about the price of gas, and about its reverse for Ukraine, and about Ukraine itself, and about sanctions, and aunt (frau) we will not forget, but a lot of things will not let you down! So, what u hu
  25. BOB044
    BOB044 24 June 2016 10: 29
    -1
    They have one thing left for Britain. He will turn to the Council of the Federation of Russia and ask V.V. Putin from them What would he lead their country if he agrees to help them become an independent country. hi
  26. HAM
    HAM 24 June 2016 10: 32
    0
    Referendum Results:DAVID CAMERON SUCCESSFULLY JOKED !!
  27. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 24 June 2016 10: 33
    0
    Yes figs with them, us something? But how can a newborn girl be called NIKOLA? (Nicola Stargen). I do not understand them.
    1. Roman 11
      Roman 11 24 June 2016 13: 48
      0
      Quote: iliitch
      But how can a newborn girl be called NIKOLA?

      Because all the cheese boron, the British only now realized - how? They just turned off the brain laughing
  28. Pitot
    Pitot 24 June 2016 10: 38
    0
    But geyrope is over. They can go strained with NATO. Whoever has swallowed the "unfortunate refugees" most of all now will take the most away ...
    1. armata37
      armata37 24 June 2016 10: 52
      0
      Germany? They stood there at the very beginning with posters like "We are glad to see you and receive you."
  29. atos_kin
    atos_kin 24 June 2016 10: 47
    +1
    Non-Russian separatists laughing
  30. olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 24 June 2016 10: 49
    +5
    How much turbidity in politics.
    It is not true that Putin won. Putin is quite sincerely upset along with the entire government and the economic bloc. The system into which they carefully entered the Russian economy was pumped, and at the same time the achieved economic indicators were staggered. The stability of the country's economy should be ensured by the domestic economy, as much as possible independent of external influence. Yes, I was always angry that the purchasing power of the ruble depended on oil reserves in the United States and the report on American employment. But the upper hand in the economy was taken by those who welded capital on external dependence.
    What the result of the vote says.
    The fact that the British are unhappy with their subordination to external forces,
    they want to preserve their traditions and way of life in the economy.
    The need to comply with EU rules and their policies hits farms and manufacturing enterprises, people do not see the proper effect from the results of their work,
    and buyers do not see on the shelves quality, healthy products and goods.
    The EU was created to facilitate the promotion of goods, to the benefit of their producers.
    Today, the interests of producers are sacrificed to politics, or rather to political intrigues.
    And those who do not produce anything, but play by inflating financial bubbles benefit from this situation.
    What the EU gives is not progress, it is inflating the consumer add-on, a bubble that puts pressure on the real sector of the economy, washing high-quality goods from the market, replacing them with chemicals stuffed with chemicals, undermining the health of consumers, and making people consumers in the pharmaceutical and health services markets .
    And the results of the referendum are a well-deserved slap in the face to those heads of state who, neglecting the vital interests of their citizens, are eager to join the world elite, financial markets, and the opportunity to become super-rich.
    So I ask myself, what would be the fate of a politician in England, if he had said it would be okay if 20 million Britons who did not fit into European integration died out. And Chubais has been in Russia for 25 years, successfully struggling with the extra population in the Russian Federation, leading one after another the important areas of the Russian economy.
    It remains to congratulate the British on democracy, it seems for the British this concept is in reality if the referendum took place. It remains to wait for the official results and subsequent decisions.
    1. bk316
      bk316 24 June 2016 19: 48
      +2
      It seems that you decided to write seriously, unlike most people laughing, then pay attention:
      Quote: olimpiada15
      ruble purchasing power depends on US oil reserves and US employment report
      - the instant course on short instruments does not depend, but the purchasing power is not.
      Quote: olimpiada15
      It is not true that Putin won. Putin is sincerely upset

      There is no contradiction, I won, but I think he doesn't have much joy from this.
      Quote: olimpiada15
      Chubais has been in Russia for 25 years, successfully struggling with the extra population in the Russian Federation, leading one after another the important areas of the Russian economy.

      He does not head the direction of the economy, their ministers head.
      Quote: olimpiada15
      It remains to congratulate the British on democracy, n

      It’s too early to congratulate, when (if) they leave, then congratulations, while the probability is still 50% to 50%. But if they don’t come out then condole.

      The rest I agree.
    2. Samarin
      Samarin 25 June 2016 02: 13
      0
      Quote: olimpiada15
      Putin is quite sincerely upset along with the entire government and the economic bloc.

      Shaw, their real estate in Naglia will fall in price and the business will lose money?
    3. sa-ag
      sa-ag 25 June 2016 06: 37
      0
      Quote: olimpiada15
      The fact that the British are unhappy with their subordination to external forces,

      The English people may not have guessed about being subordinate to external forces; they voted against what they saw, namely against the influx of migrants
  31. weksha50
    weksha50 24 June 2016 10: 49
    +2
    "Today it is a gigantic victory for Putin’s foreign policy goals. Pay tribute to him"...

    Um ... But it seems like the real truth in the assessment ...

    In the UK itself, not everything is okay, not only with EU membership, but also with internal unity (Scotland, Wales) ...
    That is, it threatens not only the beginning of a split in the EU, but also Naglia herself ...

    Marine Le Pen has stepped up ... I think that she was not only fed up with EU membership, but NATO too ...

    Greece, while stopped by blackmail, I think, can also go further in its claims to exit the EU ...

    We will not make any further guesses ...

    Although for me, it would be better if the EU got out of the influence of the United States and peacefully traded, was friends with Russia ...
    Hota, honestly, also, honestly, the meanness of the EU against Russia would hardly have been forgiven by me ...

    So - fall apart ... A fair wind in your back ...
  32. parusnik
    parusnik 24 June 2016 10: 53
    +2
    And his political career is now really close to sunset... The news has already gone online .. The sunset took place, Cameron resigned ..
  33. Vedroid 5.0
    Vedroid 5.0 24 June 2016 10: 57
    +1
    Yes, the same Ukrainians expelled Britain to make way for themselves.
  34. evantropov
    evantropov 24 June 2016 11: 15
    +2
    Putin is GOD for them, and for me, the president I respect.
  35. Joe stalin
    Joe stalin 24 June 2016 11: 29
    0
    This result actually has very positive consequences for Russia - the EU is waiting for the "Domino effect", and England will plunge into a state of instability for a long time, as Scotland and Northern Ireland mostly want to stay in the EU and may again try to secede from England.

    This means that the United States will have to forget about the united Russophobic front formed after the “annexation of Crimea” and save the Englishwoman and the gay Europeans.
    1. Roman 11
      Roman 11 24 June 2016 12: 10
      0
      Quote: Joe Stalin
      This result actually has very positive consequences for Russia.

      It is unlikely that the Lords will take off rubles, our currency, like a street girl, hangs around on the western platforms and it is squeezed by speculators of all stripes .... On the other hand, it makes no sense to invest in Europe, gold will grow of course, but alternative markets are needed. Who are they? Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil or the like? Also not an option. Bonds at zebras .... But if their EU project collapses before our eyes, then where is the guarantee that tomorrow the buck will not crash against the backdrop of mind-blowing debts? There remains Russia and China, possibly India and Mexico - the rest of the markets are either unsustainably developed (turbulent and risky), or with economies that have reached the ceiling and the benefits of investment are not many (these are primarily Asians Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan. O Canada, Australia, and there is no question.)
  36. dorogvalera
    dorogvalera 24 June 2016 11: 46
    0
    It turns out that 52% of the British wanted to make Putin happy, it looks like it's time to send "polite people" there to support their own. It is necessary to do something with this non-Britain, again, no democracy, sheer imperialism and autocracy. fellow
  37. Roman 11
    Roman 11 24 June 2016 11: 52
    0
    In a referendum in Britain won ... Putin More precisely, his agents - hello to Abramovich laughing
    Now his demolitionist, Savchenko, is operating in an independent building ....... be able to work with people, as Müller Stirlitz said - I famously recruited you in 10 minutes)?
  38. natakor1949
    natakor1949 24 June 2016 11: 54
    +3
    Well, that has responded. When the "foreign strategists" destroyed the USSR, there was a lot of joy. Our former republics reveled in freedom, the happiness of breaking with Russia, although all of Russia supported them, often denying themselves. And in Europe everything is different, there were former independent states in the role of vassals, existing on donations from the European bureaucrats of Brussels, who destroyed the agricultural and industry of these countries. But the people, mainly the older generation, who are able to comprehend life in a united Europe and life in an independent state, come to the conclusion that it is impossible to continue living like this. And in a referendum he decided his fate. Well, what will the Western "hawks" say now about the legally correct decision of the referendum - maybe Crimean will be recognized as legal? Oh, gentlemen? Or is your choice correct and legal, and the decision of the people of Crimea is the will of the Kremlin, which forced the population of Crimea to accept this choice at gunpoint? Well, let's see what happens next? Chain Reaction - Forward!
  39. dorogvalera
    dorogvalera 24 June 2016 12: 02
    0
    Last year, some predictor said that this year some country in the European Union will cease to exist, I frankly called it, to myself, delirium. I do not believe the predictor, and it’s just nonsense. And then the referendum and the desire of Scotland and Ireland to secede, some kind of Armageddian is direct.
  40. dummy
    dummy 24 June 2016 12: 07
    +3
    I don’t understand why you are all happy? Bicycle Britain has always acted in its own interests. If she left them to her (EU), then soon it will be simply dangerous to be in it.
  41. iouris
    iouris 24 June 2016 12: 07
    +1
    It is interesting.
    It is reported that the British on the eve of the referendum were actively looking for in search engines the answer to the question: is Russia a member of the EU.
  42. Andrey Petrov47
    Andrey Petrov47 24 June 2016 12: 19
    0
    If there is no water in the tap, it means they drank ...
    In short, Putin is to blame and that's it!
  43. Roman 11
    Roman 11 24 June 2016 12: 37
    0
    But the thing is that the referendum was initiated by none other than Mr. Cameron himself. And the joke was a success laughing He thought that the situation was like with CRIMEA and decided to go in front of Putin, and the southern counties got them all these Poles, Balts, Africans, refugees, just crooks.
  44. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 24 June 2016 12: 59
    +2
    The theme with the European Union was stirred up by the British. Now uniting Europe under German rule and preparing for war with Russia, they are quietly falling aside. Everything is as usual. The pound of course fell, but apparently the euro will soon fall even more and who will win is clear. England was always ahead of the curve and always won, while they were simple-minded on the mainland with blood and then raked up the consequences of English diplomacy. If England really leaves the EU, this will mean the imminent start of a real war between Europe and Russia.
    Withdrawal from the north of Northern Ireland and Scotland is theoretically possible, but if the vote is the same - in open booths and pencils, then most likely they will remain in the composition, 49% will be for leaving, and 51% against. Democracy is exactly this, an advantage of 1-3% in the direction the rulers want, and if the difference is 87-147%, then this is an unconditional absence of democracy, dictatorship, and savages in general. Ours is so beautiful at manipulating the calculations so far they do not know how, from here and neglect of them.
    1. Pcorda38
      Pcorda38 26 June 2016 20: 46
      0
      Impossible war. You will see that now France is afraid of Germany and start a conversation to lift the sanctions. Not immediately, but you will see! Now from tomorrow (Monday), swing Bags and elections in Spain? Elections to be redone in Austria (for electoral fraud)? A referendum on constitutional reform in Italy, Renzi will lose and will vote against Europe! Election in the Netherlands and France in 2017? No, you will see. Europe has no power to remain the Organization, it is not possible to make war. The economies of France, Italy and the UK are collapsing due to free-market policies in Europe!
  45. Ros 56
    Ros 56 24 June 2016 13: 00
    +1
    So what, the normal ones won the referendum, but there are no people, there are only people whose brains work.
  46. Alexey RA
    Alexey RA 24 June 2016 13: 15
    0
    He-he-he ... I immediately remember the magnificent TV series and the book "Yes, Mr. Minister":
    Obviously, seeing on my face absolute bewilderment, Sir Humphrey tried to explain his idea in approximately the following way: “For at least the last five centuries, Great Britain has been consistently pursuing the same foreign policy line - to prevent the unification of Europe. To achieve this, we fought together with the Dutch against the Spaniards, with the Germans against the French, with the French and Italians against the Germans, and then with the French against the Germans and Italians.

    In other words, divide and rule. And the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, of course, does not see any reason to abandon the principle, which for several centuries has reliably served the interests of the country.

    Of course, I was aware that it was so, but I sincerely believed that all this was from the realm of history. According to Humphrey, the principle of “divide and conquer” still lies at the heart of our foreign policy. We needed to “blow up” the Common Market, he explained, and for this we had to enter it, since all attempts to destroy it from the outside were unsuccessful. (This refers to the short and fruitless stay of England in the European Free Trade Association, created in 1960. - Ed.) Now, acting from the inside, we can brew such porridge there ... We have already set up the Germans against the French, French against the Italians, Italians against the Dutch. MIDDS in the seventh heaven with happiness. Everything goes as in the good old days.
    1. Pcorda38
      Pcorda38 26 June 2016 20: 37
      0
      Not a plot. The peoples of Europe in the war for 2500 years. The same people, the same land. This is called "geopolitics." England made all its wars against attempts to make empires in Europe. Against the Spaniards, French, Germans. Two continental wars and both world wars. And then? ... Then the submission of the Germans, without a fight? ... No, that was impossible. Now without France, Holland and Denmark, England they are also afraid of Germany. Italy? Italian political ... rage against Europe and the servants. The pro-Europe propaganda formidable these days is truly unbelievable. but people are angry and incredulous. Only a matter of time, liberal Europe is over.
  47. sergeyzzz
    sergeyzzz 24 June 2016 13: 17
    +1
    It is good when the main ally of our enemy has problems, let them deal with them.
  48. Prince of Pensions
    Prince of Pensions 24 June 2016 13: 42
    0
    Quote: Scoun
    Quote: Wend
    So is it a victory?

    The old woman may and will remain in the union, but Brussels and some countries will have to "move" and by the way, the British initially kept themselves apart and did not strive to leave their pound sterling in the euro zone.

    HaHaHa, this is both the Ukrainians in the European Union and England outside it. Visibility?
  49. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 24 June 2016 13: 48
    +3
    The project "united Europe" would be great if it was an initiative exclusively of Europe. But in this case, the American plan is visible. To unite Europe, make the center of control, the country leaders and then have them all, as they say, against Russia and for whatever. What we have now managed to fully observe. Puppet governments, complete lack of independence, imposition of opinions and decisions. All are forced to obey one uncle. Why such a united Europe? Perhaps the reverse process of withdrawal from addiction has already begun, which can be welcomed.
  50. mmk
    mmk 24 June 2016 14: 10
    0
    So here!