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11 Oct 2017 21:20 #1 by whytakemypostcode
whytakemypostcode created the topic: Dear Brexiteers,
Congratulations on risking the future of our once great country with this Maybot led shambles. How can this possibly end well? The clock is ticking. Let's hope your kids and grandkids one day forgive you for the pain and suffering yet to be unleashed. Let's hope that destroying the economy is worth "freedom".

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11 Oct 2017 21:27 #2 by munchymagic
munchymagic replied the topic: Dear Brexiteers,
I am all for getting out, not my fault that the government gambled and were so cocksure of themselves that they didn't plan on losing.

No party comes out of this very well, Labours fault for putting us in it without a referendum and the Conservatives fault for giving a referendum and not having a plan in place.

The general public are totally blameless for once as none of this is their fault.
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11 Oct 2017 21:33 #3 by seesaw50
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I'd rather take the chance "outside the tent" than risk what Junker et al have planned for the future!
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11 Oct 2017 21:47 #4 by Taffy-P
Taffy-P replied the topic: Dear Brexiteers,
Totally agrre the biggest F@@@ up in our history I only hope the old gits Think sods and the odd racist is going to pay but I don't think so !!!!!!! It will be the NHS public services and the poorest

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11 Oct 2017 21:50 #5 by Dentonholmersimpson
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Taffy-P wrote: Totally agrre the biggest F@@@ up in our history I only hope the old gits Think sods and the odd racist is going to pay but I don't think so !!!!!!! It will be the NHS public services and the poorest


Could you repeat that in English.
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11 Oct 2017 22:22 #6 by Bluedevil
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seesaw50 wrote: I'd rather take the chance "outside the tent" than risk what Junker et al have planned for the future!


I bloody well wouldn't, we are fucked!

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11 Oct 2017 22:24 - 11 Oct 2017 22:25 #7 by Mr Quint
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The problem is that the referendum was considered a 'formality' by Osborne and Cameron. The referendum had everything to do with splits in the Tory party as opposed to leaving the EU. There was no consideration of what would happen if the public voted leave. It was felt inconceivable that the public would jeopardise the economy.
Anyhow the public gets what the public wants as does the right wing press and the Ideological Thatcherite (ironic since she took us into the ECC) like Farage who dream of a uk sweat shop economy.
That however is democracy; leave won! It's gonna happen. We may need to bite the shit sandwich but let's just put up and shut up!
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11 Oct 2017 22:35 #8 by Dentonholmersimpson
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Mr Quint wrote: The problem is that the referendum was considered a 'formality' by Osborne and Cameron. The referendum had everything to do with splits in the Tory party as opposed to leaving the EU. There was no consideration of what would happen if the public voted leave. It was felt inconceivable that the public would jeopardise the economy.
Anyhow the public gets what the public wants as does the right wing press and the Ideological Thatcherite (ironic since she took us into the ECC) like Farage who dream of a uk sweat shop economy.
That however is democracy; leave won! It's gonna happen. We may need to bite the shit sandwich but let's just put up and shut up!


We became full fledged members of the EEC in 1973 and had a referendum about staying in 1975, Thatcher didn't become PM until 1979.

And for all those complaining about ruining our kids future, when we had the 1975 referendum it was to stay in a European trading alliance not a federal Europe handing over all our powers.

So the younger generation then could have exactly the same arguement as today's younger generation.

It is far to early to judge if the result of last years referendum is going to be a disaster or a success, but the public have spoken and and so that must be followed up on.
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12 Oct 2017 06:29 - 12 Oct 2017 06:35 #9 by DeckchairBlue
DeckchairBlue replied the topic: Dear Brexiteers,
Pretty sure we have/had a veto on any changes, so anything we didn't like we didn't have to take, we basically had the ideal situation already and the ability to cherry pick the best bits whilst vetoing any we didn't like.

As for Quint's "Put Up and Shut Up", if a decision is made, which then turns out to be a mistake (I'm not saying whether it will it not) surely we should do something about it rather than just accepting it ?

As it is, we are leaving the EU, but the government should still be held account for the preparations (or lack of) and the negotiations held yo take us out, as right now there seems to be a lot of leaks coming out from our side highlighting our own incompetence in these matters.
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12 Oct 2017 07:05 #10 by Alan
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whytakemypostcode wrote: Congratulations on risking the future of our once great country with this Maybot led shambles. How can this possibly end well? The clock is ticking. Let's hope your kids and grandkids one day forgive you for the pain and suffering yet to be unleashed. Let's hope that destroying the economy is worth "freedom".


The biggest threat to us leaving the EU is the surrender monkeys in this country putting it down because the vote didn't go their way and a prime minister who as much bravery and conviction as Zilly .
For what it's worth I'm proud I voted leave and full respect to everyone who did the same, As for the remain voters who are still bleating get yourselves on the eurostar and f**k off if you think being part of Europe is so fantastic .
You won't be missed .
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12 Oct 2017 08:01 #11 by Markovitch
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Whether you are in or out two things are undeniable. The whole we'll save £350m a week and that will go to the NHS was an outrageous lie by Johnson and his team. Secondly, the current Government simply don't have a fecking clue what they are doing. We might be better off out of Europe but only if our exit is properly planned and executed, does anyone know what is actually happening at the moment?
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12 Oct 2017 08:21 #12 by Bluedevil
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Markovitch wrote: Whether you are in or out two things are undeniable. The whole we'll save £350m a week and that will go to the NHS was an outrageous lie by Johnson and his team. Secondly, the current Government simply don't have a fecking clue what they are doing. We might be better off out of Europe but only if our exit is properly planned and executed, does anyone know what is actually happening at the moment?


I was wondering how long it would take the 'leave mob' to start saying things like 'we were told outrageous lies', and 'of course its the Governments fault' hasn't taken long has it? well some of you are going to get what you deserve by listening to tawt's like Farage and Johnson..

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12 Oct 2017 08:29 #13 by ExiledJock
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What I'll never quite grasp is the idea that our lives are measurably poorer by being in the EU - as evidenced by Alan's obvious anger. Your life, as it is today, with all the choice and freedoms on offer is a result of being in the EU. Had we never joined, it might have been even better - true - but as I go about my daily business there's simply no point at which I feel oppressed, threatened or otherwise got at by the EU. At the same time, I've never heard anything from the pro-Brexit movement to say these are all the ways life will be better - at least not in terms of the things that matter to me.

That's the thing I just don't get - the anger. I understand many of the frustrations of being a part of a massive, bureaucratic system and the waste that's sometimes involved but it's not enough to make me want to tell my neighbour to "[censored] off" out the country. That's something else. That's something pretty sad and unpleasant.

If someone could explain that, then please take the opportunity.
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12 Oct 2017 08:36 #14 by Ibogaine
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Funny as fook if we have to leave with no deal

Though no doubt Alan will sit there in his dutty kegs thinking "well av lost me job, the mortgage is in arrears and am in negative equity, can't see a doctor as the NHS is fooked and can't even get a coffee as there's nee yan here willing to work in Costa, but thank the Lord that the European Court of Justice no longer has any legal jurisdiction here"

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12 Oct 2017 09:20 #15 by mojo
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I think of it as this way, if we were voting to join the EU in it's present state, the EU we voted to leave, would we still join?
I seriously doubt it.
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12 Oct 2017 09:34 #16 by High Street
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Aha. ‘Leavers are,old thick and racist’ A myth perpetuated by the self righteous Remoaners.

I voted leave simply on the basis money could be better spent than on Kinnock’s *pension, giving money to Ford to move production from Southampton to Turkey etc. It is a gravy train for unelected bureaucrats,the sooner the house of cards tumble,the better.

The bus didn’t say £350m will go to NHS did it? Another thing Remoaners like to point out.




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12 Oct 2017 09:35 #17 by seesaw50
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Am thinking now that the EU is deliberately dragging its feet to grind us down so we'll up the settlement at the last minute, then they give us all we want. All about money for them as they know its gonna be a game changer without the UK
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12 Oct 2017 09:48 #18 by walwynlegend
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High Street wrote: Aha. ‘Leavers are,old thick and racist’ A myth perpetuated by the self righteous Remoaners.

I voted leave simply on the basis money could be better spent than on Kinnock’s *pension, giving money to Ford to move production from Southampton to Turkey etc. It is a gravy train for unelected bureaucrats,the sooner the house of cards tumble,the better.

The bus didn’t say £350m will go to NHS did it? Another thing Remoaners like to point out.




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The bus said £350m went to the EU though didn't it?
I don't know anything about Ford but who gave them money to move to Turkey out of the EU?

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12 Oct 2017 10:00 #19 by Markovitch
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Bluedevil wrote:

Markovitch wrote: Whether you are in or out two things are undeniable. The whole we'll save £350m a week and that will go to the NHS was an outrageous lie by Johnson and his team. Secondly, the current Government simply don't have a fecking clue what they are doing. We might be better off out of Europe but only if our exit is properly planned and executed, does anyone know what is actually happening at the moment?


I was wondering how long it would take the 'leave mob' to start saying things like 'we were told outrageous lies', and 'of course its the Governments fault' hasn't taken long has it? well some of you are going to get what you deserve by listening to tawt's like Farage and Johnson..


I didn't vote leave. I had no idea what I was voting on even though I used to work for the EU so I donated a few hundred quid to the NSPCC and abstained. Nothing good could ever come of this. The Tories will use it as an excuse to carve up whatever assets we have.

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12 Oct 2017 10:09 #20 by thesilentone
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Well we now know who the Paddock Dwellers are then................

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12 Oct 2017 10:34 #21 by PaddockRanger
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It wasn't just Boris and his leave colleagues that told porkies. Cameron, Osbourne and even Barack, sticking his beak in, all talked through their bum hole.

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12 Oct 2017 10:51 #22 by CumbrianView
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I notice Kids and grand kids mentioned in the first post .But what happens if there is a European army would they be happy to be conscripted into it or would there parents .May-bee this is not true but the problem we have in this country is every time you watch the news its this could happen ,what if, this think tank says this, but this could happen theirs very rarely any actual news .No one knows whats around the corner but i for one am happy we will leave the EU its not about citizens rights or Northern Irelands border its All about Money to them .But guess what not one at the tv companys have done a article about how much it will cost every european citizen in tax increases when the UK Leaves.
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12 Oct 2017 10:58 #23 by Mullen103
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The way i see it, is that we agreed to join the common market but the EU came bigger than anything anyone could of imagined back then.

The way I see it in simple terms is, in the 70s a man(Britain) meets a beautiful girl(EU), they imagine living life together and will have this great bright future together full of joy and unity.

Throughout the future years the man and woman develop their relationship, get married, and have children, get a house, make friends, get jobs, get a car and get animals etc.

Later on the man has doubts because his wife is wanting more money, is making all of the decisions and choosing where that money goes, she's inviting all of her friends to come to the house and they get paid money for the privilege. However the man feels reluctant to leave as he has free access to the house, access anytime to the kids and use of the car and amenities.

With everything that goes on the man snaps and has enough and sees a bright future ahead and decides to leave his wife. They go through a long divorce. The wife wants money for herself and her friends, the man wants free access to the kids and car. They have two years to agree a compromise of they both leave with nothing and are forced to carry on without anything.

As for the man, he could end up alone( the same), with a complete minger (worse) or get a super model (better) we don't know at this stage and its up to the man and a lot of luck as to what he gets.

We probably shouldn't of gone into the common market with the EU turning out as it did, but we weren't to know. We did got trapped in a horrible mess and are trying to come out.
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12 Oct 2017 12:01 #24 by Gundog
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Well here you go - I voted 'IN' back in the 70's when the proposition was - we sold them our cabbages and we bought their courgettes. Since then no bugger has asked me whether I wanted the European Courts of Justice, a common onion size policy or to be dictated to by a smug [censored] from Luxemburg, a state which has thrived on a dubious economy for ever - it all just went ahead without me. So here's where I'm at - I want no part of a federalised Europe end of! However the one good thing to come out of the referendum, after generations of intransigence it finally awakened many of the young to the fact that votes count, as was demonstrated in the general election when they finally got of their arses and voted - and almost got what they wanted. I feel no guilt, I'm too old, It's your turn now, go out and make a difference and make a better world (including Europe) for yourselves instead of waiting for some other bugger to do it for you and then blaming them when it goes tits up.

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12 Oct 2017 12:14 #25 by pacirv
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What's with this blaming the so called old gits for dropping the country in this mess. As an old git myself I was all for staying in and changing things from the inside a bit like being in CUOSC lol. We're all stuck with whatever happens now, my biggest concern with leaving was the Tories having Carte Blanche to do whatever they wanted without any control from the European courts.
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12 Oct 2017 12:25 #26 by orfc
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This blog is from a fanatic leave fan
peterjnorth.blogspot.co.uk/2017/10/i-don...but-i-will-live.html

he says it's going to be shit, a ten-year recession and tons of people will lose their jobs... "Effectively we are looking at a ten year recession. Nothing ever experienced by those under 50. Admittedly this is not the Brexit I was gunning for. ", but he's still happy to go for it

It just about sums up the moronicness of the brexit brigade

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12 Oct 2017 13:11 - 12 Oct 2017 13:14 #27 by DeckchairBlue
DeckchairBlue replied the topic: Dear Brexiteers,
One of the biggest problems we have in this country with regards to the EU is that not many people seem to understand that we have a complete Opt-Out on anything passed through it. We pick and choose which bits we like.

This is why we aren't in the Euro or the Schengen Zone. So if an EU army was pushed, we'd just opt-out.
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12 Oct 2017 13:21 #28 by DeckchairBlue
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Mullen103 wrote: The way i see it, is that we agreed to join the common market but the EU came bigger than anything anyone could of imagined back then.

The way I see it in simple terms is, in the 70s a man(Britain) meets a beautiful girl(EU), they imagine living life together and will have this great bright future together full of joy and unity.

Throughout the future years the man and woman develop their relationship, get married, and have children, get a house, make friends, get jobs, get a car and get animals etc.

Later on the man has doubts because his wife is wanting more money, is making all of the decisions and choosing where that money goes, she's inviting all of her friends to come to the house and they get paid money for the privilege. However the man feels reluctant to leave as he has free access to the house, access anytime to the kids and use of the car and amenities.

With everything that goes on the man snaps and has enough and sees a bright future ahead and decides to leave his wife. They go through a long divorce. The wife wants money for herself and her friends, the man wants free access to the kids and car. They have two years to agree a compromise of they both leave with nothing and are forced to carry on without anything.

As for the man, he could end up alone( the same), with a complete minger (worse) or get a super model (better) we don't know at this stage and its up to the man and a lot of luck as to what he gets.

We probably shouldn't of gone into the common market with the EU turning out as it did, but we weren't to know. We did got trapped in a horrible mess and are trying to come out.


We didn't get trapped into anything, it's not like laws were decided and imposed on us, we were part of the decision making process in them, we (along with other major stated like Germany) also have more votes than the smaller states so more weight when voting.

We also have an opt out, so anything we didn't like we didn't adopt.
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12 Oct 2017 13:55 #29 by thesilentone
thesilentone replied the topic: Dear Brexiteers,
Stop flapping, the EU supreme hierarchy were never going to let us leave painlessly, it was impossible.

However, what go's around comes around, and currently those removed from reality sitting in Brussels who have zero impact anyway, will soon start to feel the heat.

As many have cried on here many times, it's those "rich fecking waxkers fault " well in this case it's the Industrialists who will call the tune, not Junker and the toerags.

The EU is a busted flush, with a very leaky roof, Brexit could not have come a better time for them.

The question is, who is going to bail the EU out ?
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12 Oct 2017 14:11 #30 by sirjimmyglass
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High Street wrote: Aha. ‘Leavers are,old thick and racist’ A myth perpetuated by the self righteous Remoaners.

I voted leave simply on the basis money could be better spent than on Kinnock’s *pension, giving money to Ford to move production from Southampton to Turkey etc. It is a gravy train for unelected bureaucrats,the sooner the house of cards tumble,the better.

The bus didn’t say £350m will go to NHS did it? Another thing Remoaners like to point out.

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This post is basically everything wrong with what has happened in this country over the last year or so.

People are branded either a racist or a remoaner for standing either side of the line; it's an incredibly embarrassing way to go on. Why can't people have an intelligent, reasoned argument one way or another without resorting to this childish rubbish? Why can we no longer listen to an argument that somebody puts across and try to understand where they're coming from even the littlest bit?

Both campaigns started it with this nonsense right from the get go because they had no idea what was going to happen if we left the EU, so it turned into who can shout the loudest and making the boldest claims without the tiniest bit of anything to back it up. Now we're in 'negotiations', the EU are laughing their cocks off at us because the country has no idea what it's doing.

Get a grip of yourselves, regardless of whether you agree with someone's point of view or not labeling them as either a racist or a remoaner is pathetic.
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12 Oct 2017 14:42 #31 by Dancingbear
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sirjimmyglass wrote:

High Street wrote: Aha. ‘Leavers are,old thick and racist’ A myth perpetuated by the self righteous Remoaners.

I voted leave simply on the basis money could be better spent than on Kinnock’s *pension, giving money to Ford to move production from Southampton to Turkey etc. It is a gravy train for unelected bureaucrats,the sooner the house of cards tumble,the better.

The bus didn’t say £350m will go to NHS did it? Another thing Remoaners like to point out.

*other failed political has beens a are available.


This post is basically everything wrong with what has happened in this country over the last year or so.

People are branded either a racist or a remoaner for standing either side of the line; it's an incredibly embarrassing way to go on. Why can't people have an intelligent, reasoned argument one way or another without resorting to this childish rubbish? Why can we no longer listen to an argument that somebody puts across and try to understand where they're coming from even the littlest bit?

Both campaigns started it with this nonsense right from the get go because they had no idea what was going to happen if we left the EU, so it turned into who can shout the loudest and making the boldest claims without the tiniest bit of anything to back it up. Now we're in 'negotiations', the EU are laughing their cocks off at us because the country has no idea what it's doing.

Get a grip of yourselves, regardless of whether you agree with someone's point of view or not labeling them as either a racist or a remoaner is pathetic.


Well said that man. Personally i think anyone whos voted tory is far worse than anyone who voted for Brexit but i dont feel the need to go on about it all the bloody time.

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12 Oct 2017 14:49 #32 by HuntingHorn
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The way I see it is it was a very ill-informed public led by populist lies from Leave in the form of Farage and Johnson voted for something they could never actually have.

Leaving the EU will hurt the economy, it will make people worse off and probably won't improve our lot much even after the dust has settled either.

The thing that sticks in my mind is that the referendum wasn't a vote on Britain's future to the campaigners, it was just a popularity contest...Brexit was the winner and there was no consequence to the outcome besides a handshake and their photo on the front of the papers as the people with the most votes.
It can't have escaped many peoples notice the Farage, Boris and everyone else slinked into the shadows as soon as they thought they may actually have to follow through on their bullshit.

Why has a committee of business leaders, banks, manufacturers and the main people who move and shake in our economy not been assembled to advise? along with the top Law brains and every other authority on their respective field of the Brexit talks so that we can actually formulate an exit plan and get the best out of the negotiations?
Why has probably the most important conversation in Britains future been left to some of the weakest politicians we've had in a century?

How could Cameron be so stupid as to hold the referendum without those things already in place and a clear idea of the direction we'd take in the event of either outcome?

If you can't beat em.... shoot em.
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12 Oct 2017 15:05 #33 by Markovitch
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Boris and his bus, the lies on the bus go around and around, the lies on the bus

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12 Oct 2017 15:45 #34 by whytakemypostcode
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Come on the Laffy - tell us how Brexit will not seriously damage the economy?!

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12 Oct 2017 15:46 #35 by heilkmoon
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Very patronising on the part of serial loser Nick Clegg and others to assume that people who voted to leave did so purely because they believed every word of the leave campaign's rhetoric and what was written on the side of a bus etc.
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12 Oct 2017 16:07 #36 by Dentonholmersimpson
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Of course the EU are playing hardball at the moment for two reasons.

1) If they give us an easy'out' they fear that others will follow.

2) They are terrified of losing all the money we contribute, whatever that figure is, where are they going to replace it from, certainly not Greece or Romania, that's for sure.

The reason I voted out is simple, it is a out of touch gravy train for unelected nobodies from all over Europe.

When so many EU citizens are struggling what kind of sick institution moves its parliament every 3 weelks from Brussels to Strasbourg just to keep the French happy, at the cost of millions a year, money which could and should be better spent.

When they eventually realise we are not bluffing and Clegg and Blair are wasting their time they have got to change their attitude otherwise they are just cutting their nose off the spite the face.

Clegg just wants another cushy job back in Brussels after losing his seat in Sheffield and deluded Tony still thinks he will be president of Europe one day.
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12 Oct 2017 16:41 #37 by thesilentone
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Merkel is frightened to death of political and financial power, all the recent additions to the EU are two-bit nobody's who build borders to keep immigrants out.

Cowboys: Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary

Turkey want to join, Merkel's attitude - go forth and multiply !!

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12 Oct 2017 18:52 #38 by seesaw50
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So if we don't get a decent deal we just say see ya, and they don't get penny from us. What will they do send the bailiffs?
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12 Oct 2017 19:23 #39 by munchymagic
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It seems that if the side that the media wanted to win loses then they just will not get over it and spend forever telling us it is a bad thing and the world will end or that we will live in darkness for ten years, ravaged with poverty.

Brexit and Trump spring to mind, I see some pop up news the other day slamming how Trumps missus behaves in The White House, ffs like, who cares.
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12 Oct 2017 19:34 #40 by Alan
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Ibogaine wrote: Funny as fook if we have to leave with no deal

Though no doubt Alan will sit there in his dutty kegs thinking "well av lost me job, the mortgage is in arrears and am in negative equity, can't see a doctor as the NHS is fooked and can't even get a coffee as there's nee yan here willing to work in Costa, but thank the Lord that the European Court of Justice no longer has any legal jurisdiction here"


My mortgage is finished
The NHS is already f**ked
I can't stand these Costas type coffee bars
And you can stick the European court of justice up you cack pipe the a UK court of justice will be fine for everyone.
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12 Oct 2017 19:46 #41 by Ibogaine
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Alan wrote:

Ibogaine wrote: Funny as fook if we have to leave with no deal

Though no doubt Alan will sit there in his dutty kegs thinking "well av lost me job, the mortgage is in arrears and am in negative equity, can't see a doctor as the NHS is fooked and can't even get a coffee as there's nee yan here willing to work in Costa, but thank the Lord that the European Court of Justice no longer has any legal jurisdiction here"


My mortgage is finished
The NHS is already f**ked
I can't stand these Costas type coffee bars
And you can stick the European court of justice up you cack pipe the a UK court of justice will be fine for everyone.


Aye, but yer kegs are still dutty

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12 Oct 2017 23:03 #42 by DeckchairBlue
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munchymagic wrote: It seems that if the side that the media wanted to win loses then they just will not get over it and spend forever telling us it is a bad thing and the world will end or that we will live in darkness for ten years, ravaged with poverty.

Brexit and Trump spring to mind, I see some pop up news the other day slamming how Trumps missus behaves in The White House, ffs like, who cares.


You have to admit Trump is a [censored] car crash though.

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12 Oct 2017 23:03 #43 by loser
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F*cking hilarious now. The leave voters are absolutely to blame. Anyone who thought that the political "elite" of this country could negotiate their way out of the EU with some semblance of success is either thick or naive. It's going to give us a huge recession and when things pick back up they'll be no better than before. Looking forward to my "told you so" gloating.

Unfortunately a lot of people who voted to leave are the privileged baby boomer mob with their paid up mortgages, cars and retirement so they won't suffer the worst of what they have inflicted on the rest of us. At least some of the people who voted to leave will suffer for it though, and have to watch their kids suffer.

Best thing anyone can do is find an industry that hopefully won't be too affected by it, knuckle down, earn some decent coin, and laugh as it all goes to sh*t around them.

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12 Oct 2017 23:19 #44 by munchymagic
munchymagic replied the topic: Dear Brexiteers,

DeckchairBlue wrote:

munchymagic wrote: It seems that if the side that the media wanted to win loses then they just will not get over it and spend forever telling us it is a bad thing and the world will end or that we will live in darkness for ten years, ravaged with poverty.

Brexit and Trump spring to mind, I see some pop up news the other day slamming how Trumps missus behaves in The White House, ffs like, who cares.


You have to admit Trump is a [censored] car crash though.


Different shades of shite in America, just like over here really.

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13 Oct 2017 00:28 #45 by Bluedevil
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Alan wrote:

Ibogaine wrote: Funny as fook if we have to leave with no deal

Though no doubt Alan will sit there in his dutty kegs thinking "well av lost me job, the mortgage is in arrears and am in negative equity, can't see a doctor as the NHS is fooked and can't even get a coffee as there's nee yan here willing to work in Costa, but thank the Lord that the European Court of Justice no longer has any legal jurisdiction here"


My mortgage is finished
The NHS is already f**ked
I can't stand these Costas type coffee bars
And you can stick the European court of justice up you cack pipe the a UK court of justice will be fine for everyone.



Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, yup a sure fire leaver.

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13 Oct 2017 00:30 #46 by munchymagic
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Even if I didn't have a pot to piss in I wouldn't want to be ruled by Germany.
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13 Oct 2017 00:35 - 13 Oct 2017 00:36 #47 by munchymagic
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All those Brits that died in the war and Germany still want to rule us, people fought against being effectively ruled by these [censored] - Britains politicians got lazy in the interim years of being in the EU, the farce going on at the moment shows just that - it seems we needed the EU as we cannot organise the break up as the politicians are useless.

The young lot forget/don't care about the hardships and people that died to save us from this destructive and selfish force that is Germany - shame on them.
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13 Oct 2017 02:14 #48 by DeckchairBlue
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We didn't fight a war against the Germans, we thought against the Nazis. That line also ignored the realities of the modern world.

If we didn't have relations with every country we'd fought a war against the world would be a very lonely place for us Brits.

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13 Oct 2017 04:28 #49 by Dancingbear
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DeckchairBlue wrote: We didn't fight a war against the Germans, we thought against the Nazis. That line also ignored the realities of the modern world.

If we didn't have relations with every country we'd fought a war against the world would be a very lonely place for us Brits.


I don’t think we want to be ruled by any of them either. Doesn’t mean it has to be lonely. Well unless you send a smarmy wa nker like David Davies to sort it out.

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13 Oct 2017 07:12 #50 by Alan
Alan replied the topic: Dear Brexiteers,

Bluedevil wrote:

Alan wrote:

Ibogaine wrote: Funny as fook if we have to leave with no deal

Though no doubt Alan will sit there in his dutty kegs thinking "well av lost me job, the mortgage is in arrears and am in negative equity, can't see a doctor as the NHS is fooked and can't even get a coffee as there's nee yan here willing to work in Costa, but thank the Lord that the European Court of Justice no longer has any legal jurisdiction here"


My mortgage is finished
The NHS is already f**ked
I can't stand these Costas type coffee bars
And you can stick the European court of justice up you cack pipe the a UK court of justice will be fine for everyone.



Me, Me, Me, Me, Me, yup a sure fire leaver.


I was replying to ibos whitty post not bragging as an im alright f"*k you jack leaver .
For the record i too have a family 1 grand child and another on the way .

I voted leave because like others (the majority who voted) think it is what is best for the uk in the future .

Have a nice day
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