Brexit Visualized

We have previously featured Brilliant Anti-Brexit SignsThe Funniest Brexit Memes and Hilarious Brexit Tweets, but now it’s time for a GIF roundup.

Brexit in a nutshell.

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Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit visualized.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

Brexit in a nutshell.

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  1. LMcl February 1, 2020

    cheers!

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  2. Anonymous February 1, 2020

    OK, we get it. Sadanduseless are anti-Brexit. But you’re not British, so it doesn’t really concern you.

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  3. Anonymous February 1, 2020

    Do you have to be American to be concerned about what’s happening here?

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  4. Jayna Dinnyes February 1, 2020

    Britain is WISE to exit now! The Bible predicts that a United Europe will go down with the Vatican.

  5. A Tipperarian February 1, 2020

    Anyone with a modest IQ and above is anti-brexit. Or anti-Trump. Or anti-Salvini. Or anti-Le Pen and the sort. But I do love the oh-so-British-version of the carrot rugrat that limeys elected for PM to get this farce done. He does make a lovely pair with Nigel Farcege, whose sole motivation is enjoying the sight of fit young men in khaki shorts marching up and down the square on Empire Day.

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  6. Anonymous February 1, 2020

    The kid with the cat is a psychopath.

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  7. It burns! February 1, 2020

    So many stupid people who have no idea what’s for their own good and refuse to let their moral and intellectual superiors run their lives for them as God intended! We should just herd them into pens and treat them as livestock they’re so dumb, right?

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  8. Anonymous February 1, 2020

    We will experience the consequences- what ever they are.

  9. Trebon February 1, 2020

    Intelligent? Stupid Consequences? The whole thing will end in an administrative regulation with the charme of a german “Flurbereinigung”.

    There are countless “united countries”, monetary associations and intergovernmental treaties in european history, all gone. This is one more at the end gone one more.

    Europe is divers, different cultures, different languages different countries. US is not able to integrate 3 or 4 (blacks, whites, mexicans and chinese) all with the same language. Alone from languages, we have dozends of it.

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  10. Reckless_Docktor February 2, 2020

    Trebon: All gone? -Like the German federation? Or the United Swedish kingdom (Svea Göta and Vendel)… There might be some other kind of United Kingdom as well, i dont know…

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  11. Trebon February 2, 2020

    Reckless…

    Germany Federation exist since 195xx. I live in a Part of Hamburg which was former danish.

    Take a Look at history

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  12. Anonymous February 3, 2020

    The media only likes to glorify the political left and their mentality, which makes me convinced that it may not be such a bad thing. Take the US for example. Brittan got along just just fine before,

  13. Anonymous February 3, 2020

    Weird thing in a democracy: when more people vote for something than against it, it wins.

    Despite the anti-brexers’ best efforts, people even RE-voted for it… and celebrated its passage. Yet again, one side is rooted in reality while the other whinges and has tantrums rather than accepting reality. Those people are the real mockery, and they don’t even know it.

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  14. Methinks Not February 3, 2020

    I noticed that pro-Brexit and pro-Trump people have above-average difficulty in distinguishing between “their” and “they’re” and “there”. Coincidence? 🤨😏

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  15. Anonymous February 3, 2020

    Good riddance. I’ll be enjoying the headlines about how well UK farmers, fishermen and other sectors perform without EU subsidies in the years to come and, of course, congratulations on becoming officially an US colony :)

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  16. Jake63 February 3, 2020

    no, no, I mean, the Referendum was completely hogwash, but indeed the last election they voted carrottop and effectively confirmed the majority wanted Brexit.
    So that’s fine, democratic etc.
    It’s just stupid, but their right to do so.

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  17. Anonymous February 9, 2020

    Does anybody do you like Jeremy Corbyn

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