Here’s Hoping Obama Will Try To Intervene In The Brexit Discussion!!!!!


I think this would just about seal the deal. …….

‘Monstrous interference’: UK pols furious at Obama’s plan to intervene in EU debate

President Obama looks set to wade into the contentious debate in the United Kingdom over whether or not the nation should remain a member of the European Union – and some Brits are angry at the president’s intrusion into a delicate UK issue ahead of a major vote.

Obama will arrive in London late Thursday for a three-day trip. On Friday he will meet Prime Minister David Cameron — who is reportedly keen to get Obama’s backing ahead of the June 23 referendum, in which Britons will choose to remain or leave the European Union. ……

You can read the rest at the link.

I can’t imagine anything more offensive to a people than to have some meglomaniacal idiot come over and try to tell people from a different land what they should and shouldn’t be doing.  Especially some a$$-clown like Obama.  Everything he touches turns to $hit! 

Because I’m for nations being independent, being able, as a people to pursue their own goals and act in the interests of their own people, rather than being subjects of distant and undemocratic bureaucracy, I’m completely in favor of a Brexit.  Indeed, I believe humanity in general would benefit if the EU were to be dismantled.  Certainly, Western civilization would significantly benefit.  So, I’m very keen to have Obama go tell the Brits what they should be doing.  That should push the vote to the side of a Brexit! 

Next, while he’s in Europe, I’d like him to go to Germany and Sweden and lecture them about welcoming the poor invaders refugees.  Especially invaders refugees from the places in the mid-East where he’s wrought nothing but chaos and destruction …. places like Libya, Syria, Egypt, Iraq ….. well, okay, the entire mid-East/Muslim world.  He should also swing by France, Belgium, The Netherlands ….. etc….. , and tell them these invaders/refugees are mostly harmless.  I can see this working beautifully!!!!! 

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45 Responses to Here’s Hoping Obama Will Try To Intervene In The Brexit Discussion!!!!!

  1. Latitude says:

    The man’s humility knows no bounds….

  2. DirkH says:

    “Next, while he’s in Europe, I’d like him to go to Germany and Sweden and lecture them ”

    Don’t underestimate the state of total delusion German atheist-leftists vegetate in. Those are the people who worship the Total State (their sugardaddy, the welfare state, their new god); those are the people who stilll unabashedly proclaim trust in the Media. If they criticize the state it is because the state is still not Total enough for them. They *love* to believe the media propaganda.

    • DirkH says:

      “Here’s Hoping Obama Will Try To Intervene In The Brexit Discussion!!!!!”

      Man. Took me a while. You mean if he intervenes for the EU it will automatically destroy the EU. That sounds desirable.

      And BTW, he’s got another problem of Godzilla proportions – The yen is rising. Watch US treasuries.

    • suyts says:

      Yes!!!! Dirk, if Zero starts spouting his idiocy, then I’m certain the Europeans would see why there shouldn’t be an EU. Zero and the EU lunatics are cut from the same cloth. They despise the notion of individual nations. They despise self-rule. They are totalitarians. Let Zero expose this to the people!

      As to Japan …. nah, it’s not going to be a blip on the radar. Japan simply doesn’t carry the weight enough to bother the US currency. And, as you say, it’s essentially a US territory. The boat analogy works, but, it would sink Japan before the Dollar. But, Japan is sinking, anyway. And, they’re sinking at a faster rate than the US. It will go up and it will go down, but, the YOY average will continue to decrease for the Yen.

      • DirkH says:

        The Yen quote in itself is not important. The destructive consequences for US + EU banks are. For us at least.

  3. Latitude says: if there was any doubt in anyone’s mind about ‘bama

    “The UK is going to be in the back of the queue.”

    • suyts says:

      Heh!!! Keep talking Zero!!!

      • Latitude says:

        I’ve come to the conclusion the man really is that stupid and narcissistic…
        ..but what really has me amazed is he’s surrounded by handlers, and obviously they are also!

    • Me says:

      Yep, just like -Zero saying in a democracy no one should be afraid of gaining more info to make a decision. Funny how that doesn’t work in a democracy with his cli sci-fi agenda where they are out to prosicute those that doesn’t agree with their views.

  4. Me says:

    Yeah, I’m calling him – Zero now cause them liberals\progressives always go to spending more than they have and then take it out of others in taxes, fees, pentalies and fines. Vote Trump 2016! 😆

  5. Me says:

    How many Earth days are there now? wasn’t there all ready one where they wanted everyone to turn off their lights, and now there is another one?

  6. Me says:

    Now, if you are for – Zero dictateing to them over there to get the desired results of the Brits leaving the EU, then why are you for Cruz that is for the TTP?

  7. Me says:

    Apparently he is for Nafta to?

    • Me says:

      And apparently under that agreement, BC lumber got the boot but yet apparently winning their court battles under NAFTA and WTO!

      • Me says:

        So you wonder why I said way back when, that it doesn’t matter what agreement is done you will not live up to it. if it doesn’t serve your intrest then it doesn’t matter. And cause Super Power, just like Russia

  8. Me says:

    Now with that being said, that is why I am for sovergnity. Not trade deals by crony politicians under lobyist that take advantage of everyone for their gains, and yet I am still a conservative, because the others are only out for voters no matter where they come from.

    • Me says:

      So the reality is there comes a point that we can work together, and when we can’t. That is Sovereignty. We had to deal with it point blank. And then there will be a time like where we Unite. That happened twice already.

    • suyts says:

      Exactly, Me! …… I’m all for trade agreements, as long as it benefits my country. And, yes, sometimes it’s good to have trade agreements and cooperate with other nations. Other times, it isn’t advantageous to do so. We ought to, as all nations ought to, seek individual trade agreements, rather than huge boondoggles which interfere with national sovereignty.

  9. Me says:

    Now here is another story you will not like. I always was a firm buyer in amercan cars, my uncle in law was a GM dealer. I never bought a GM and that was before the 2008 thing. I got a better deal from Crysler, and later they did the same. Now I buy what I feel like is best for me. Now I’ll almost say I’ll never buy american ever again when I get the same and it doesn’t cost as much. And yeah Ford, I tried to deal with them but they were no different than GM. And now looking back at it? Why should I be loyal to any of these three?

    • Me says:

      And it all starts at buying your first car, and none of them wanted to deal. But I found a Crysler dealer that just wanted to make a deal, and if you think I am jokeing I went Cold Lake Ab, to south of Calgary, Ab.

      • Me says:

        The second time I got ringed over by Crysler and would never buy their product ever again.

        • Me says:

          And third. I will never buy a product with out direct hydrolic breaks or with out a direct steering collumn. Non of this computer fly by wire crap. Hackers does what hackers do and that crap is and can be controlled with out your inputs.

        • Me says:

          Now, if any of the Big 3 wants to promote their cars then they should not be going the way they are going. And make fuel economy a priorty, not hybrids or electrics. Electrics don’t have any range, hybrids have more things that go wrong and there are enough things that goes wrong now in regular vehicles. The more complicated they make them the more that can break. And none of this fly by wire crap with wifi interface. It’s good for phones and tabs and computers. But not so for things that move at mediam to high speed.

        • DirkH says:

          Me; the safety critical electronics of a car are physically separated from the gee-whiz entertainment and luxury electronics. Different buses. (A bus is a wire connecting a chain of computer devices)

          The safety critical software employs redundancy and stiff regulations and needs to be cross-checked by a regulator.

          Regulations are similar to what is applied in passenger airplanes, nuclear power plants or railway control. And, humanity currently has, at any given moment, about 1 million people sitting in airplanes travelling across the globe – with FAR less accidents total than in the 1970ies when on average one DC 9 crashed per week.

          So, the safety features do work. From time to time I am involved in safety related software. It is a totally different world from non-safety critical – basically you have days of documentation to do for any change to the software, and be it changing only one numerical constants. It is therefore extremely expensive to develop such software.

          And, it is WAY safer than ANYTHING military development does (because, soldiers are at risk of dying anyway. Totally different objectives)

          Is it possible that malevolent governments implement backdoors in safety critical software? Yes. But, a malevolent government could also just kill you with one of their snipers, or shoot your old hydraulically controlled clunker off the road with a hellfire missile.

          Hackers usually only get control of non-safety related subcircuits, like passenger information networks etc.

          So, in the hierarchy of risks, dying from a hacker attack on my car is really not something I am concerned about.

        • Lars P. says:

          Dirk: Me; “the safety critical electronics of a car are physically separated from the gee-whiz entertainment and luxury electronics.”
          There was a test that a hacker did with a car, if I correctly remember he managed to play the radio, the ventilation, made hot or cold inside, but also stop the engine, what would be really cumbersome mid on the highway…
          I do not exactly remember the model but I think it was a Ford or a Chrysler model 2013 or something

        • DirkH says:

          Well okay, but from what I can gather it was a Government Motors car…

          So, let me relativize my statement.Don’t buy cars designed by US administration bureaucrats. 🙂
          I can only speak for the German private sector.

        • Latitude says:

          Dirk, you can hack a car easy….there’s an internet service that disables the ignition on cars being repossessed….

        • DirkH says:

          Latitude says:
          April 24, 2016 at 8:34 am
          “Dirk, you can hack a car easy….there’s an internet service that disables the ignition on cars being repossessed….”

          That’s a device with the purpose of doing just that, hopefully secured cryptographically, and the function is designed to NOT stop your motor while you’re driving. It’s a design feature – not a “hack” – a malevolent intrusion by an unauthorized party – and the regulator has greenlighted it BECAUSE it cannot stop your car on the highway.

        • DirkH says:

          BTW what’s the big deal with a motor stopping anyway. Happened to me all the time with the old Polo shortly before its death. You roll and try frantically to restart it so as to not bother the others too much…

          But maybe I’m different.

        • Latitude says:

          I didn’t word that right…they can turn off a car while you are driving it
          …hacked a jeep and drove it into a ditch

          google car hacks….

        • cdquarles says:

          Lat, strictly speaking, that isn’t a hack, though that remote control off switch being cracked could kill someone. That remote control has been around for at least a decade now. There were used car dealerships that I know of (never worked for them, but found out later about one that I bought a car from) that had them put in for the purpose of easy repossession.

        • suyts says:

          Uhmm …. if there is a pathway, then it can be hacked. And, there is a pathway. …… “there’s never been a horse that couldn’t be rode, there’s never been a cowboy that couldn’t be throwed.” ….. In this case, it means there’s nothing safe from hackers. Especially the wireless tech. You can’t build a foolproof electronic system. There’s always a way.

  10. Me says:


  11. Me says:

    Here is another thing, the time I was overseas in the balkins, I had a couple trips into Zegreb, the Sweeds were so quiet you didn’t know they were there, the Norwegians were the same until you found out where they were. Like the Vikings they were under ground till they were needed, good people. The Brits well they was the first we met and shown us where the Sweeds and the Norwegians camps were..And then they shown us where the MASH unit was, and to no suprise they all have after hour bars running. Again the Sweeds was dead, the Norwegian bar was nostalgic. Just like you would imagine great atomsphere, big fireplace, lots of games on the go. And then the MASH unit, as we all like to have some kind of feeling to the Iconic show. But it was a nice place at first, and then the attitude set in. Apparently we sat there watching lots of lovely ladies while the the guys were playing some beer games of drinking and walking their empty cans by hand, to the next full can without crushing and without moving their feet, then hopping back and drinking the beer before the others. Then the same punks challenged my friend cause he smoked and blamed him for putting out his smoke in a beer that belonged to them. Rene was nice and wanted to buy then a new beer and they weren’t having nothing to do with it, And then I snaped. The BS has hit the fan. I told them lets fucking go. And then it ended, just like that. I don’t now what all the games are about, I don’t know what all BS was about, we didn’t do or say anything, but it came to us. Rene is French, and I am a Newf. ya couldn’t get two more opposites together if ya tried but Rene is a good man and a good friend and I’l be damn if I let him get shafted by them pricks.

  12. Lars P. says:

    It has come down to this… arabian girls beating a french girl KO because she wears a skirt … in France!
    As the newspaper “le parisien” takes care to inform us, it is not about religion…
    Wondering how a trio of frech beating an arabian men/girl KO because “she wears something” would have been portrayed by the media and how many discussions would that provoke?

  13. DirkH says:

    UK NUS bans Boris Johnson for saying that the Won might have removed Churchill bust for his Kenyan heritage – as the UK Empire killed a bunch of Kenyan Mau Mau. They call it disrespectful to talk about Obama’s Kenyan heritage. Next they’ll be offended when one mentions he grew up as a Muslim, you never know. Even though they surely love everything Islamic including Obama.
    If I were British I’d insist they ban me too.

    • suyts says:

      I read that! Like children holding fingers in their ears because they don’t like what’s being said. The fact is, Boris is probably right. I recall that is what the conclusion was when he did it.

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