I agree, you can't put the toothpaste back in the tube. You had a good run, Europe.Vepil said:Large protests in Germany for Merkel to step down, afraid too much damage is done Germany is doomed.
The banking sector is about 10% of the GDP of the UK. Keep 1/4th which would be the local UK banking which isn't going to stop, and you're seeing a recession of 7-8% from the City alone.The UK is about #8 in the world when it comes to industrial production, but looking at the figures it seems they are at 2% of global output ( https://www.mapi.net/blog/2015/09/china-solidifies-its-position-world’s-largest-manufacturer ). However, a large % of that is exports to other EU countries, something that might change when they leave.
When all the other parties are competing to pander to you, why bother? However, if that ever stops, gg.The reason our politicians are so fucking accomodating is because they figure importing a bunch of 20 year olds to work low class jobs is just as good as raising our own children, but far less expensive. Apparently they think that they can remain in power no matter how muslim the population under them is.
And the worst part is they might be right for a long time. All of the political energy the Muslims have shown so far was Erdogan support. There are very few politicians of Turkish descent and no party, even though they should have the voting power for one.
Maybe it's just the German bureaucracy protecting us.
An estimate made in 2009 calculated that there are 4.3 million Muslims in Germany (5.4% of the population). Of these, 1.9 million are German citizens (2.4%). As of 2006, about 15,000 Muslims are converts of ethnic German ancestry. According to the German statistical office 9.1% of all newborns in Germany had Muslim parents in 2005.