Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by Sidewalker » Wed Feb 27, 2019 5:49 pm

It looks like that common sense will win. :bow:
There are people who cannot imagine that there are other ways of life than their own life. :facepalm:
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by DaveG » Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:25 pm

Sidewalker wrote:
Wed Feb 27, 2019 2:24 pm
Independent :mrgreen:
:please: :please: :please: :please: :please: :please:

You may just as well quote the Guardian. What a joke.

Also, the Indi requires you to register or disable your ad blocker which I will not do.

However, the pound has surged and the EU are up to their usual tricks of trying to reverse the referendum. They are scared stiff of the UK doing well and other countries following.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics ... c.outbrain

Did I tell you my share portfolio value went up over 3% yesterday. Sold some builders shares and made a nice bit of money. Beats the hell out of crying into an empty beer glass telling some worn out bar girl how unfair the world is and why can't we have Comrade Jeremy as PM. (enter Venezuela mk2)


Just thought I would add my own thought of what will happen.

There will be no Brexit. MPs will renege on democracy and vote for a second referendum. After a violent Project Fear campaign, members of the public will narrowly vote to remain. (a narrower margin than the vote to leave).

R.I.P Democracy. Long live activism and Project Fear.
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The express, Lol You are going to tell me the Sun also writes genuine news next !!!!,
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Wed Feb 27, 2019 3:58 pm
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by kaputt » Mon Mar 04, 2019 6:11 pm

Danmark thanks Britain for giving Brexit a trial ?

Danish prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, defended his own pledge to never put his country’s membership of the EU to a referendum by highlighting the damage to the British economy in which “one car factory after another stops or cancels planned production”.

Rasmussen said the British public had been taken in by “some rhetorically skilled politicians who turned out to be untrustworthy conmen who subsequently left the sinking ship”. He described Westminster as a circus and “a paralysed political system that is about to melt down”
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by pczz » Mon Mar 04, 2019 8:10 pm

DaveG wrote:
Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:25 pm
Sidewalker wrote:
Wed Feb 27, 2019 2:24 pm
Independent :mrgreen:
:please: :please: :please: :please: :please: :please:

You may just as well quote the Guardian. What a joke.

Also, the Indi requires you to register or disable your ad blocker which I will not do.

However, the pound has surged and the EU are up to their usual tricks of trying to reverse the referendum. They are scared stiff of the UK doing well and other countries following.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics ... c.outbrain

Did I tell you my share portfolio value went up over 3% yesterday. Sold some builders shares and made a nice bit of money. Beats the hell out of crying into an empty beer glass telling some worn out bar girl how unfair the world is and why can't we have Comrade Jeremy as PM. (enter Venezuela mk2)


Just thought I would add my own thought of what will happen.

There will be no Brexit. MPs will renege on democracy and vote for a second referendum. After a violent Project Fear campaign, members of the public will narrowly vote to remain. (a narrower margin than the vote to leave).

R.I.P Democracy. Long live activism and Project Fear.
The express, Lol You are going to tell me the Sun also writes genuine news next !!!!,
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Wed Feb 27, 2019 3:58 pm
Yes absolutely appalling. Half the population were conned by outright lies by predominantly Tory politicians , now they see the truht they dont want it. It is clearly against British democratic principles to allow people to change their minds, and as the people voted in 2017 we never need to have another general elction. Thersa can rul e forever.
IF the Brexit Stormtroopers are so bloody sure they represent the people then they have nothing to lose form another referendum because Leave will win again.
On the other hand, if you knwo damn well people will not fall for the same lies again and will vite remain, then that is democracy - live with it.
By the way, you are aware that the Daily Express supported the fscists in the run up to wolrd war 2. Mosely was a god who could do no wrong. Fascist comic for the illiterate
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by TOG » Mon Mar 04, 2019 9:43 pm

TOG did not write,

"TOG wrote: ↑27 Feb 2019, 08:58
Yes absolutely appalling. Half the population were conned by outright lies by predominantly Tory politicians , now they see the truht they dont want it. It is clearly against British democratic principles to allow people to change their minds, and as the people voted in 2017 we never need to have another general elction. Thersa can rul e forever.
IF the Brexit Stormtroopers are so bloody sure they represent the people then they have nothing to lose form another referendum because Leave will win again.
On the other hand, if you knwo damn well people will not fall for the same lies again and will vite remain, then that is democracy - live with it.
By the way, you are aware that the Daily Express supported the fscists in the run up to wolrd war 2. Mosely was a god who could do no wrong. Fascist comic for the illiterate"

Please check your posts first before pushing the button. Also. TOG usually gets over 99% of his grammar and spelling correct.



TOG did notice however that you are still calling Brexiteers "Stormtroopers" and that you want a best of three referendum. You could be a LibDem with those ideas. TOG also noted that Norway has complete faith in Brexit and is increasing it's Sovereign Wealth Fund (the largest in the world) investment in the UK. And.......Just to put your Project Fear posts to bed, Spain is in the process of passing a law to protect UK citizens and I will even quote the Guardian which is one of the two papers you believe in.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... eal-brexit

So much for your " I will not be able to live in the villa I have just bought".

Interesting that your friend Mosely was actually a Labour MP and served as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Labour Government of 1929–31. He was even considered a potential Labour Prime Minister.

Oh dear..... :plus1: :plus1: :plus1: :plus1: :plus1:
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by kaputt » Wed Mar 06, 2019 8:53 pm

British MP's heading for Dover to jump over the cliff by the end of March.

No Deal is "what 17.4million people voted for (according to Nadine Dorries)

Funny that, the UK decides to leave the EU.... and than makes the EU responsible for the mess it's own Government created.

End of March is nigh but i doubt that this will be the real DEAD LINE ! You just have to look at these Clowns.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/brexit/85 ... l-warning/
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by TOG » Wed Mar 06, 2019 9:53 pm

Kaputt. If you want to comment on the UK leaving the EU, you should first read up on the history of how the UK joined the EC, which party supported staying in the EC (later EU), which party leader supported staying but overruled his own cabinet who wanted to leave, which party gave the UK a referendum on staying in the EC (not the EU), which PMs signed the various treaties taking us even further down the road to a political EU, which party leaders were in favour of a referendum because they wanted out of the EC and the EU, which PM signed a treaty taking us deep into the EU and giving up rights and vetos even although despite the fact Parliament had agreed to sign up to the treaty the PM gave away more than was voted on.

Bottom line is that until UKIP pressed the matter on behalf of the UK voter (in the EU Parliament) there was no party in power (UK Parliament) who wanted us to come out so the public never had a say in the matter.

Parliament ducked the issue and gave the decision to the public in a referendum but Cameron never made the referendum binding hence the throwing it back to Parliament for a final decision. This is not a Party issue and unfortunately a lot of people seem to think it is. It is all about MPs looking after their own interests ahead of the voting public.

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The exit from the EU is simple. The UK voted to leave the EU.....That's it.
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There was not a referendum on trade, not a referendum on services, not a referendum on hard or soft Brexits. not a referendum on a single market or freedom of movement, just a simple stay or leave.

If anyone complains that the details and issues that are now being discussed were never made public, then blame the Remain campaign. It was their duty to carry out a due diligence and work out the pitfalls (if any).

Seeing all of these posts that miss the main issue and would rather believe gossip and hearsay makes me think that the right to vote should be only given to those who can display an understanding of politics (all parties), have a good grasp of economics and be open to sensible debate rather than the screaming and shouting that takes place on the various TV programs.

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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by kaputt » Fri Mar 08, 2019 6:38 am

Hard Brexxxxit. Now i understand why so many Brits are PRO BREXIT !

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3472731/t ... mp-double/

perhaps they could choose other models.
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by DaveG » Fri Mar 08, 2019 8:14 am

kaputt wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 6:38 am
Hard Brexxxxit. Now i understand why so many Brits are PRO BREXIT !

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3472731/t ... mp-double/

perhaps they could choose other models.

OMG,

The thought of those two banging each other has just put me right off my breakfast, :snorting:
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Re: Will Brexit hurt you in ways you havent thought of

Post by la8rat » Fri Mar 08, 2019 8:22 am

Tommy Robinson, David Icke, Brexit: Endgame

This guy tells it like it is.


A lie can get round the world faster than the truth can get its boots on.
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