Next country to leave the EU. N/W

Peckham Lion

Well-known member
I'll go for Ireland. Like the Danes and Dutch the Irish were made to vote again when they held a referendum cause the EU and corperate backers didn't get there desired outcome, initially!. Now with the new proposals from the G7 on tax avoidance by big corperates it will hit Ireland badly. The Irish, if they didn't already know are waking up to the fact that the only reason the EU dragged them on board is to line the pockets of tax shy companies. Over a thousand multinationals have there main headquarters in Ireland, purely for tax avoidnace and low tax rates. It has created thousands of jobs and a prosperous economy but for how much longer?

A proposed minimum rate of 21% has been suggested. That won’t make a lot of difference to France (28 per cent), or Germany (30 per cent) or indeed the UK (19 per cent, rising to 25 per cent). But it will make a big difference to Ireland. In effect, it will have to double its rate. Now the European Union has joined in. According to a reports the Commission is pushing for the Irish to end its tax breaks as a condition of receiving its share of the money set to be distributed through the €750 billion Coronavirus Rescue Fund. Raise taxes or you don’t get the cash is the message from Brussels.

The EU’s position is odd. Ireland is a net contributor to the EU’s budget, now that the UK has left, so it will be a net contributor to the Rescue Fund as well. In effect, Ireland is being told that in exchange for paying for a bail-out for Italy and Spain it will be forced to wreck the competitiveness of its own economy. If the corperates decide to up sticks and fuck off to pastures new then Ireland is pretty fucked and serves little purpose as a tax haven. They are also enduring many of the same social issues that we've suffered for years, high unemployment rates for locals, poor wages if you're a manual worker, add to that they have gangs of asylum seekers causing havoc in certain areas. It's not all rosey across the water and were another referendum called in the near future i think the Paddies would tell the EU to feck right off.
 

Bexleyheath_lion

Well-known member
As long as we dont support the paddy cunts after they've tried to stitch us up at every crossroads with Brexit. If one more goes, IE Ireland in your scenario it cant be long before several more jump ship and that will be that.

Although, I think from the ashes something else may replace it. With the UK/England involved.
 

Guernsey Wall

Well-known member
I'll go for Ireland. Like the Danes and Dutch the Irish were made to vote again when they held a referendum cause the EU and corperate backers didn't get there desired outcome, initially!. Now with the new proposals from the G7 on tax avoidance by big corperates it will hit Ireland badly. The Irish, if they didn't already know are waking up to the fact that the only reason the EU dragged them on board is to line the pockets of tax shy companies. Over a thousand multinationals have there main headquarters in Ireland, purely for tax avoidnace and low tax rates. It has created thousands of jobs and a prosperous economy but for how much longer?

A proposed minimum rate of 21% has been suggested. That won’t make a lot of difference to France (28 per cent), or Germany (30 per cent) or indeed the UK (19 per cent, rising to 25 per cent). But it will make a big difference to Ireland. In effect, it will have to double its rate. Now the European Union has joined in. According to a reports the Commission is pushing for the Irish to end its tax breaks as a condition of receiving its share of the money set to be distributed through the €750 billion Coronavirus Rescue Fund. Raise taxes or you don’t get the cash is the message from Brussels.

The EU’s position is odd. Ireland is a net contributor to the EU’s budget, now that the UK has left, so it will be a net contributor to the Rescue Fund as well. In effect, Ireland is being told that in exchange for paying for a bail-out for Italy and Spain it will be forced to wreck the competitiveness of its own economy. If the corperates decide to up sticks and fuck off to pastures new then Ireland is pretty fucked and serves little purpose as a tax haven. They are also enduring many of the same social issues that we've suffered for years, high unemployment rates for locals, poor wages if you're a manual worker, add to that they have gangs of asylum seekers causing havoc in certain areas. It's not all rosey across the water and were another referendum called in the near future i think the Paddies would tell the EU to feck right off.
Fuck all wrong with tax avoidance, can’t see where your coming from!!
 

markmwal953

Well-known member
My Family are Irish ,most love being in the EU ,the country was/is starting to prosper ,jobs ect but as I explained the country is being flooded with low lifes from the EU and Polish is now the second most spoken language in Ireland ,20-30 years and part's will be getto's ,they are a bit blinkerd ,there is push back in some areas but as with here the police protect the blacks poles and the beggers from europe, Ireland is a pawn for the EU .
 

MrRodcott

Well-known member
I'll go for Ireland. Like the Danes and Dutch the Irish were made to vote again when they held a referendum cause the EU and corperate backers didn't get there desired outcome, initially!. Now with the new proposals from the G7 on tax avoidance by big corperates it will hit Ireland badly. The Irish, if they didn't already know are waking up to the fact that the only reason the EU dragged them on board is to line the pockets of tax shy companies. Over a thousand multinationals have there main headquarters in Ireland, purely for tax avoidnace and low tax rates. It has created thousands of jobs and a prosperous economy but for how much longer?

A proposed minimum rate of 21% has been suggested. That won’t make a lot of difference to France (28 per cent), or Germany (30 per cent) or indeed the UK (19 per cent, rising to 25 per cent). But it will make a big difference to Ireland. In effect, it will have to double its rate. Now the European Union has joined in. According to a reports the Commission is pushing for the Irish to end its tax breaks as a condition of receiving its share of the money set to be distributed through the €750 billion Coronavirus Rescue Fund. Raise taxes or you don’t get the cash is the message from Brussels.

The EU’s position is odd. Ireland is a net contributor to the EU’s budget, now that the UK has left, so it will be a net contributor to the Rescue Fund as well. In effect, Ireland is being told that in exchange for paying for a bail-out for Italy and Spain it will be forced to wreck the competitiveness of its own economy. If the corperates decide to up sticks and fuck off to pastures new then Ireland is pretty fucked and serves little purpose as a tax haven. They are also enduring many of the same social issues that we've suffered for years, high unemployment rates for locals, poor wages if you're a manual worker, add to that they have gangs of asylum seekers causing havoc in certain areas. It's not all rosey across the water and were another referendum called in the near future i think the Paddies would tell the EU to feck right off.
Even Macron reckons France would vote to leave if they were given the option (so he won’t allow this). If Le Pen gets in, they’ll be next.
 

Peckham Lion

Well-known member
Even Macron reckons France would vote to leave if they were given the option (so he won’t allow this). If Le Pen gets in, they’ll be next.
They have serious problems with immigrants and it ain't going to getting any better in the foreseeable. The electorate soon swing to the right when there cosy lives are directly affected by that, it's happening in Sweden, Denmark and Germany too! A few more right wing govenments will get elected and hopefully tell the EU where to go.
 
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hughie

Member
The frogs are pussies, Le Pen builds up support and they melt at the polling booth.
we'll see if your right bex.
hopefully the krauts might follow.
then england and germany might join up and teach the frogs how to stop a dinghy crossing the channel, instead of a whole fleet of ships that once threatend the cunts shoreline.
 

Fashthebash

Active member
Ireland was a third world country till it joined up. The road improvements have been amazing. Very pro euro when taking .. be interesting when they are payers. Remember when they had to have a revote after they vetoed shitter nations on the ponce joining? They’re gutted we left