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Brexit Fork from Things that annoy you. Your rants

Discussion in 'Jollies Bar' started by Atlas10, Mar 20, 2019.

  1. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

    ThreadpigeonsAlpha Royal Marines Commando

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    The EU won’t risk their house of cards falling down, they will all allow an extension because they can see the shambles we have become, they will allow us enough rope to hang ourselves.

    That’s why we need to just straight leave. This whole train wreck has been a shambles and completely exposed the political game for the corrupt and broken system it is.
     
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  2. Chelonian

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    Lord Sumption, a former senior judge, expressed the opinion this morning that if the PM requested that the EU grant an extension—as required by law—but simultaneously sabotaged the request he might be held to be in contempt of court. Legally tricky but the UK would still be out of the EU on 31 October.

    Talk by 'rebels' of court action is hypocritical because they are obstructing the 'court of public opinion' the opportunity to express its view in a general election.
     
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  3. Cheezy hammy eggy

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  4. rkec

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    Well looks like we have already been sold out with private agreements. Scary thing if true, and let's face it, it probably is.

    All UK military assets to be transferred to the control of the EU? Oath of allegiance of Her Majesty's forces to her Majesty to change?
     
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  5. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

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    This is absolutely disgusting. And all those caviar munching doorknob bell ends are just going to sit by and let it happen, far more concerned about their CVs and there future careers and sucking off politicians.

    Anyone got any links or more information about this?

    Sooner we mug the EU off the better. there’s been a huge decrease in European military spending and recruitment and Manning, and I am sure it’s an underhand way of forcing the EU countries to rely on a European military instead of national militaries.

    https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/less-third-german-military-assets-operational-says-report/
     
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  6. ste preece

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    On the subject of Brexit, this speech nails it for me:.....



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  7. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

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    Chatting to a young chap that seemed intent that Brexit was a bad thing, I then asked if he remembers voting for Von Rompoy or Juncker or the New president appointed, to which he replied he was unaware of any such change.

    Incase anyone else missed it:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ursula_von_der_Leyen


    Just a wee highlight amongst others:

    “ In 2015, von der Leyen argued that a form of EU army should be a long-term goal. She also said that she was convinced about the goal of a combined military force, just as she was convinced that "perhaps not my children, but then my grandchildren will experience a United States of Europe".[157] In March 2015, she and her counterparts from France and Poland, Jean-Yves Le Drian and Tomasz Siemoniak, revived a meeting format intended to promote co-operation between the three countries in crisis zones by holding their first meeting between the Weimar Triangle defence ministers since 2007.“
     
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  8. sharpe

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    Well based on the exit poll it’s not been a great night for jezza
     
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  9. Xerath

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    At least we still have our jobs this morning :D
     
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    (Wakes up, feels body and crotch, sighs with relief that the world hasn't ended)
     
  11. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

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    More people voted for unionist party’s than the SNP.

    So sturgeon can suck my plums.


    And Jesus the lefty’s are acting like someone sh@t on their kids or there’s been a bereavement. Like it was a surprise Corbyn never got in!
     
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  12. Chelonian

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    Some of the news media platforms I errm... debate on are inhabited by Momentum 'activists' who invest considerable time rebutting arguments. If there's one thing that really tears up their knitting it's when someone proclaims themselves a lifelong Labour supporter who intends to vote Tory for the first time. Who calls anyone a "class traitor" in 2019? More like 1979. :)

    And therein lies Labour's current problem. It is trapped in an ideological bubble. When Bolsover elected a Tory candidate the Labour head-shed still didn't get it. -banghead-

    Those old enough to remember the Labour landslide of 1997 might recall Tony Blair's smug speech on the day after his election win: “A new dawn has broken, has it not?
    Couldn't resist pasting that one in this morning. Who would have thought that there are so many angry people on the internet? :eek:
     
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  13. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

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    Funny how there’s very little coverage of the riots currently happening in London in response to the General Election.


    The irony of a masked group of people using violence and intimidation because people don’t think the same as them. In response to a Democratic General Election.


    I genuinely dispair with this country sometimes.
     
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    Send in a squadron fresh from a stint behind the wire on Coulport..

    Watch the rioters ‘disperse’...

    Anyway, the election result has somewhat restored my faith in the British public.

    Merry Christmas everyone!
     
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  15. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

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    It’s restored my faith in England. But Scotland is a massive let down.

    Not helped by outright lies spread by the SNP.

    Even though more people voted for Unionist parties than SNP.

    But obviously Sturgeon will ignore that. Funny how they were against FPTP until they start winning by it.
     
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  16. DutyWretch

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    I live up here mate, in Fife, and it’s the usual Jeremy Kyle guests and career unemployed who back the SNP most staunchly.

    The middle class and rich are all Blue or Yellow.

    In a way I don’t blame them for supporting nationalism, but certainly, if Ruth Davidson had still been leading the Scottish Conservatives, there would’ve been a far better Tory showing up here.

    The did an indyRef2 poll up here not two months ago and it showed that, if anything, there is less support than there was for the last indyRef. Doesn’t shut the sex pests apprentice up though (Sturgeon).
     
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  17. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

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    Agreed mate.

    It was incredible to watch what would demographically be Tory areas slip to Yellow.
    I can see the appeal of Indy and the SNP. But they are just yellow labour socialists. With a manifest that is just “blame Westminster” and an absolute shambles of a plan for Indy.

    If there was a decent plan and procedure for it, I could support it. But not just to hand power back to Brussels.

    And it’s a kick in the plums that Scotland now has another tax bracket!
     
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  18. ThreadpigeonsAlpha

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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2019-50829352


    Blair: “election result brought shame on us”


    And yes Tony, you would know all about bringing shame on a Government, what with your war crimes....

    The fact Blair is campaigning for remaining in the EU speaks volumes.... considering he walked into employment for them.
     
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  19. DutyWretch

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    Blair is my pet hate. Absolute untermensch.


    Anything or anyone he endorses, is an indicator for anyone who has any sense of national pride (or shame) to oppose and avoid.

    Can’t believe he’s still free to walk the earth, let alone virtue signal and gob off about what’s right and wrong.
     
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