Brexit eta Egiptoko izurriteak

Egiptoko plagak baina okerragoak gertatu behar omen ziren, Brexit eta gero…

Eta hala ere, …

Brexit: la domanda interna ha funzionato1

Pubblicati i dati recenti sulla crescita della Gran Bretagna nel 2016, che si assesta sul 2%.

I dati sembrano indicare il ruolo fondamentale svolto da “resistenza della domanda interna e maggior export” nel sostituire il calo d’investimenti delle imprese, che sarà il vero campo di gioco delle scelte di politica economica futura dell’UK.

(Ad ogni modo per ora si può affermare che “fuori dalla UE” per la Gran Bretagna non ci sono state le cavallette, le piaghe d’Egitto, etc.)

Bill Mitchell-ek ere aspaldian gauza bertsua aipatu zuen:

Bill Mitchell: Brexit?

Zer dela eta Brexit emaitza handia den

Brexit-ez haratagoko balediko hondamendiaz hitz bi

Post-Brexit: Bill Michell eta kazetariak

Brexit eta geroko Britainia Handiko egoera

Austeritatea da arazoa, ez Brexit

Gehigarriak:

Brexit: Kataluniako ekonomialari baten ikuspegia

Zenbait iritzi Brexit dela eta

Brexit: erresaka (teoriko eta praktikoa)

Post-hauteskundeak eta post-Brexit

Berdin dio. Hemengo progreek, kazetariek, politikariek eta ekonomialari sutsuek segituko dute Brexit eta Trump-en efektua nahastuz… Brexit eskuinekoek bultzatu zutela aldarrikatzen, baita perla gehiagorik ere…, eta hori guztia ezkerraren izenean, noski.

Ezkerrari buruzko zipriztin batzuk, despistatuentzat edo:

Ikus, besteak beste, ondokoak:

Europako ezkerra? Missing…; Ezkerraz, beste behin…; Europako ezkerraz, gehigarria; Korporazio transnazionalez eta ezkerraz hitz batzuk; Europako egoeraz eta ezkerraz hitz bi; Eskoziako ezkerraz hitz bi; Mitchell-ek Espainiako ‘ezkerrari’ egindako kritika; Globalizazioa, neoliberalismoa, nazio-estatua eta ezkerra; Mikal Kalecki eta ezkerra; Ezkerrak ez du adorerik eta gutxiagotasun konplexua dauka; Neoliberalismoa, amets amerikarra eta Ezkerra; …

Eta bereziki, ondoko bi link hauek: Brexit eta ‘ezkerra’ eta Brexit, ezkerra eta Lexit.

Ikasiko ote dute inoiz? Dudatan nago.

Nahiago dute ezertarako balio ez duten aspaldiko eskema zahar eta zaharkituei atxikitzea, teoria berriak ikastea baino.

Ezintasun intelektuala nabarmenegia da, zoritxarrez.


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  1. NEVER GONNA GIVE EU UP
    Jeremy Corbyn lets Brexit voters down as he refuses SEVEN TIMES to confirm he’d back will of the people in painful telly interview
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3518792/labour-party-jeremy-corbyn-refuses-to-say-we-would-leave-eu/

    “Seven times Corbyn fails to answer the question
    Here is the transcript from the BBC where the Labour leader failed to rule out keeping the UK in the EU:
    Laura Kuenssberg: Jeremy Corbyn let’s start with Brexit because if you become prime minister it will be the biggest task in front of you. You said today Brexit is settled. Does that mean if you’re prime minister, come hell or high water, whatever the deal on the table, we will be leaving the European Union?
    Jeremy Corbyn: Look there’s a clear vote in the referendum a year ago. But there is now the negotiations which have already begun. I sent a letter to President Elect Macron last night congratulating him on his election and also setting out in broad terms what our aims are in these negotiations: To have good relations with Europe of course, secondly to make sure there is a trade access, a tariff free trade access, to European markets. Thirdly, that we will of course protect the rights of EU nationals living in Britain which we will do straight away and that we will also ensure that the regulations that we got from the European Union such as Working Time Directive and employment conditions will be defended and maintained. It has to be put very clearly.
    LK: That is what you would hope to achieve. But on that specific point if you say Brexit is settled whatever happens in the negotiations – however well or badly they go – we would be leaving if you were prime minister.
    JC: We will go into the negotiations with the determination to achieve what I’ve just outlined. And it’s not a one-off meeting, it’s not a one-off discussion. It also involves relations with all the governments across Europe in every one of the member states as well as their parliaments and the European governments and the commission.
    LK: But forgive me Jeremy Corbyn that’s not quite my question. My question is if you’re prime minister we will leave come hell or high water whatever is on the table at the end of the negotiations?
    JC: We win the election we’ll get the good deal with Europe. A good deal with Europe that will ensure that the very large number of manufacturing jobs in Britain that rely on trade with Europe won’t suddenly find themselves under World Trade Organization rules where there’ll be a tariff wall put up immediately around this country.
    LK: But on that specific point Jeremy Corbyn few few can predict how the negotiations will go either for Theresa May…
    JC: The specific point is we’re negotiating to gain that market access to Europe.
    LK: But you won’t say then that we might potentially stay or we might… just to be completely clear because people will want to know this. If you’re prime minister we will leave whatever happens?
    JC: People know that there’s been a referendum and a decision was made a year ago. We’ve set out very clear our terms for negotiations. Keir Starmer has built those relationships across Europe and that is what we’ll be pursuing in the European Union. I don’t know any more than you do exactly what is going to happen in the future on this, but I do know we are not approaching this from megaphone diplomacy. We’re not approaching this from threats. We’re not proposing to set up some kind of tax haven on the shores of the European Union. We’re serious about these negotiations.
    LK: But forgive me Jeremy Corbyn this is a very important point to lots of people. As you say, we don’t know what will happen in the negotiations. If you are prime minister can you categorically say that we would definitely leave because if you won’t there is a chink of a possibility that things could change and we might end up looking differently at our options.
    JC: The danger is of the approach the Conservatives are taking in their megaphone diplomacy with Europe and approaching the whole thing as though what you’ve got to do is shout loud and be abusive to people across the Channel. Our view is you have to talk to them, negotiate with them and recognise there is actually quite a lot of common interest, particularly in manufacturing industry. That is the process we’re following.
    LK: So you won’t you won’t address that point specifically?
    JC: We are negotiating a trade arrangement with Europe and protection of the things that we’ve gained from the European Union.”

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