Dupa toate variantele din ultima vreme despre Brexit, si toate variantele posibile in ceea ce priveste minoritatile printre care si Romanii, pe internet circula un filmulet, care a devenit viral si in care se face trimitere directa si la ROMANIA.
Ce se va face Marea Britanie, fara Europa ramane de vazut, insa filmuletul prezinta situatia satiric, ca pe o despartire in prima zi, in care te simti ca nu te intereseaza, insa pe parcurs revin, diverse intrebari care iti pun la indoiala decizia.
Nu uitati sa distribuiti, si haideti sa radem cu totii impreuna! Hazul de necaz a fost dintotdeauna, una din calitatile romanilor, si se pare ca se „pupa” cu umorul negru englez.
Vezi la sfarsitul articolului, melodia despre Brexit care a facut inconjurul planetei in numai cateva ore!
„The argument against Brexit has probably never been so profane, or as funny, as it was on U.S. television Sunday night.
British-born John Oliver took aim at his home country Sunday night with a plea to his countrymen to vote against Brexit. (Oliver’s „Last Week Tonight” airs on HBO, which is owned by CNNMoney’s parent company, Time Warner).
Oliver’s segment on Sunday’s show questioned many of the arguments being used by proponents in favor of the U.K. leaving the European Union, calling the arguments „bulls–.”
He said proponents of the „Leave” movement vastly overstated the amount of money Brits pay the EU. Oliver also questioned whether it would give the country greater control over immigration and whether it would actually free British companies from EU regulation.
And he played clips of members of the U.K. Independence Party making blatantly racist statements.
But he also acknowledged many faults with the EU, calling it „large, confounding and relentlessly bureaucratic.” And he said British citizens have a natural inclination to dislike Europe. Even though he called the idea of Brexit „absolutely insane,” he said „on some level, I actually understand. There is an innate British desire to tell Europe to go f– itself. I feel it too.”
But he said if the UK stays in the EU, „it can reap all of the benefits while still being a total d– about everything. And that is the British way.”He concluded the piece with new lyrics to the EU anthem, Beethoven’s „Ode to Joy.”