Skip to comments.With Brexit Looming, Experts Worry Women May Be Hit Hardest
Posted on 01/18/2020 3:54:42 PM PST by nickcarraway
The E.U. has been a very positive actor in the development of gender equality policies in the U.K. Roberta Guerrina, a professor and researcher at Bristol University
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I thought women would be safer now that Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Roman Polanski no longer has access to them?)
Well, women aren’t doing too well in Londonstan.
Well, I’m an expert, and I disagree. Bureaucrats and deep-staters will be hit hardest, by far.
It’s “Women and Minorities Hardest Hit”.
Here we go, the never ending liberal excuse “women and children” first to be effected!
And children! Don’t forget the children!
The jokes just write themselves...NYT is a joke.
I saw it. I had to post.
All the lies and scare tactics failed. On to ‘women and children hit hardest.’
What about the minorities?!
This implies women are weak. Where is the feminist outcry?
Ex-IMF Chief Strauss-Kahn Believes Brexit Will Benefit Everyone
EUROACTIV ^ | Fabien Cazenave
Posted on 1/18/2020, 4:00:55 PM by nickcarraway
The EU will be better off without the UK, and the UK will be better off without the EU, according to IMFs former chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a controversial figure who has been involved in several financial and sexual scandals. EURACTIVs partner Ouest-France reports.
The former IMF chief and a controversial figure in French politics, Strauss-Kahn (DSK), considers himself a Brexiteer.
This is what he told the newspaper Journal de Dimanche at the 12th World Policy Conference in Marrakesh, which took place on Saturday (12 October).
During the conference, Strauss-Kahn spoke highly of the UKs withdrawal agreement with the EU, widely known as Brexit. He found it very good that the English are going their way.
Much of the difficulty of building Europe over the past forty years is linked to our British friends, he said.
The Brits never wanted to play the game, he added.
Strengthening a political Europe
What he wants is not the end of the EU as he wants it, but rather the strengthening of its political integration. The IMFs former managing director is more concerned about Europes place in the world.
And according to him, the continent is getting weaker and weaker.
The great idea behind Europe, when it was established, was precisely to become, through its union, one of the players in this multipolar world, he said.
What I see today makes me a little desperate, especially as I have devoted a large part of my life to this work. I fear that Europe today is moving into the second division, he added.
Funny they didnt have an issue voting to approve it.
Experts meaning progressives.
Same old crap.
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