War, refugees and British Brexit referendum

This video says about itself:

How Western Military Interventions Shaped the Brexit Vote

24 June 2016

Michael Hudson argues that military interventions in the Middle East created refugee streams to Europe that were in turn used by the anti-immigrant right to stir up xenophobia.

Bernie Sanders on Brexit: here.

This video says about itself:

26 June 2016

Economics professor Costas Lapavitsas says Britain’s vote to leave is a direct result of the European Union’s lack of democracy.

John Pilger on the Brexit vote result: here.

Former British prime minister Gordon Brown has joined the ranks of those warning of the hostility of the broad mass of the population worldwide to the entire political and economic establishment, as expressed in the British referendum vote to quit the European Union: here.

BAVARIA’S state finance minister called yesterday for cuts to the EU budget to make up for the loss of British contributions, which would hurt Europe’s poorer states: here.

Poem on Brexit: here.

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  4. 1) Long live the Brexit!

    Declaration of the European Anti-Euro Co-ordination

    The European Union aims only at suppressing nations’ sovereignty in order to make neoliberal policies permanent. These policies’ purpose is to favor the richest by crushing the poorest. The Brexit victory is a blow to that system which must be dismantled.



    2) Democracy and Popular Sovereignty instead of Neoliberal Integration and a failed Euro-System

    Platform of the Lexit network

    With the implementation of the European single market and the Maastricht Treaty, European integration was established as a neoliberal project for the long run. The Stability- and Growth Pact, the fundamental freedoms of the single market and the European monetary union, among other elements, constituted a framework that has fueled austerity policies, the dismantling of workers’ rights and the welfare state and imposed privatization throughout the EU member states.

    Full call, signatories and how to sign:



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  6. An Alternative to the Euro

    Social and Democratic EU Blocked

    The institutional design of the Euro plays a central role in the EU crisis. A reform of the common currency would require taking at least part of the competitive pressure off the southern European countries. Without high wage settlements in Germany, EU-wide coordinated state-investment programs for ecological and social projects and an effective regulation and control of financial markets, this will, however, not happen.

    Some prominent supporters:

    • Prof. Heiner Flassbeck, editor makroskop.eu
    • Inge Höger, MP „Die Linke“
    • Prof. Martin Höpner, Max Planck Institute for the study of societies Cologne
    • Ralf Krämer, union secretary
    • Oskar Lafontaine
    • Prof. Andreas Nölke, political scientist, Goethe university Frankfurt

    See the entire call and the list of signatories:



    Third European No Euro Forum

    16-18 September, Chianciano Terme, Siena, Italy

    See call, programme, speakers:



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