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PostPosted: 17:10 - 08 Apr 2019    Post subject: Brexit. Can anyone explain this? Reply with quote

What is the craic?
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PostPosted: 17:20 - 08 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

Question Thinking
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PostPosted: 18:09 - 08 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

What we need is a thread dedicated to the whole rollercoaster of a subject.
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PostPosted: 18:30 - 08 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

WTF is going on with this thread?
Are you drunk?
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PostPosted: 19:18 - 08 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's wee beige jobby.
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PostPosted: 19:39 - 08 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think we need a referendum to decide whether we want to discuss an option of having a yet another Brexit thread.

Then asking Korn to delete that thread later on and act like it never happened...
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PostPosted: 21:40 - 09 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

Parliament dont want it, so it's not gonna happen

We can all go back to killing the nhs even more and banning anything that brings light to life
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PostPosted: 09:07 - 11 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree that we need a New Brexit Thread.

It will clear up any doubts about leaving/staying in the E.U.

Let's ensure the thread is replete with facts and conjecture. (Any rasis information and personality disorders should be accommodated.)

If you disagree, PM admin Ste. 👍
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PostPosted: 10:17 - 11 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm going back to a anarcho-syndicalism, makes more sense than all this Brexit bollocks.

If you want me I'll be the one behind the barricades with crayons.
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PostPosted: 10:54 - 11 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

MCN wrote:
I agree that we need a New Brexit Thread.


Since no one is listening to anyone anymore, everyone should have their own personal Brexit thread that only they can post in.
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PostPosted: 19:31 - 11 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

chickenstrip wrote:
MCN wrote:
I agree that we need a New Brexit Thread.


Since no one is listening to anyone anymore, everyone should have their own personal Brexit thread that only they can post in.


Do you mean no one listens to anyone @bcf, The Hooses o' Parliamental or in general?
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PostPosted: 21:02 - 11 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm of the belief that when they offered the referendum, they thought good old UK apathy would prevail.
When it didn't and they realised that public opinion was strong about this topic they have kept it in the news
for three years, accomplishing absolutely nothing during that period until everyone is sick of it all and
doesn't care anymore. Then they can proceed with Project Globalise without further hinderance from those pesky
voting scum. Tory is going to get a very LOUD message in the upcoming locals.

Meanwhile I'm looking at liquidating my portfolio because the likelihood of Corbyn getting in has never been greater
(some fucking how but mainly down to the shower of shit Tories) and folks like me with lots of houses will be first in his
crosshairs. He's too dense to realise that whether I own it or someone else does, it's still a home to someone he subsequently
won't have to house via social housing. I'll just have to tie it all up in a mansion on a hectare or two. Cheers May,
you were never up to the PM role you lucked it into. Woman to do a mans job and all that.
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PostPosted: 21:57 - 11 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

Iím not sure Labour are doing too well in the polls either.

Iíll be voting for anything but Lab/Lib/Con in our locals in 3 weeks. Iíll be spoiling my separate parish slip as all this is, is a double taxation scam from the local Tory council, so at a time they were restricted by government at a 3% rise, the sneaky feckers railroaded in a parish council and upped local taxation by 33%, enabling them to charge twice for many services.

My town now gives council tax back to central government and in return, the town is turning into the governmentís dumping ground for 20,000 new build flats being filled with immigrants and scumbags each year. Still, at least itís making more room for the metropolitan elite in Londonistan.
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PostPosted: 06:44 - 12 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

mpd72 wrote:
Iím not sure Labour are doing too well in the polls either.

Iíll be voting for anything but Lab/Lib/Con in our locals in 3 weeks. Iíll be spoiling my separate parish slip as all this is, is a double taxation scam from the local Tory council, so at a time they were restricted by government at a 3% rise, the sneaky feckers railroaded in a parish council and upped local taxation by 33%, enabling them to charge twice for many services.

My town now gives council tax back to central government and in return, the town is turning into the governmentís dumping ground for 20,000 new build flats being filled with immigrants and scumbags each year. Still, at least itís making more room for the metropolitan elite in Londonistan.


They did that here about 8 years ago mpd. Be very very careful and have the f*ckers when they try sh*t on everyone.
Basically what happened up here was we had a large borough council. That borough council did a lot of dodgy sh*tty moves and government were onto them. From grass cutting to land purchases, inspectors were sent to investigate.
Some sort of 'agreement' on a higher level was done. The old borough council was to be disbanded and a whole series of parish councils started. Long story short every single one of those dodgy old council people made new beds within the many parish councils. The rot remains..
There was a 3 year overlap of borough and parish and where you need to be vigilant: A lot of services were paid for twice. Examples include parks and recreation, street cleaning services etc.
In a large meeting I called my new parish councillors out on the parks and recreation. I asked why both councils were being paid to do one job. Residents at that meeting hadn't been aware and went nuts! Councillors ended up walking out.
That 33% rise is something I've recently spotted too.

Off topic. Just saying!
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PostPosted: 09:11 - 12 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

Do not rely on election results to sort stuff out.
There are far too many electorate who know as much or as little as the politicians do.
It is a total gamble what happens.

1975 the English (not my numbers) were tripping over themselves to get into the EU.
30 years later they're in a mad rush to get back out.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Results_of_the_2016_United_Kingdom_European_Union_membership_referendum

It won't make a hoot of difference to tax payers. The same shower of cnuts will still be calling the shots.
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PostPosted: 10:51 - 12 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

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1975 the English (not my numbers) were tripping over themselves to get into the EU.


..Which was formed almost 20 years later in 1992?

The Common Market was hardly the same thing as the Federal Superstate we're now trying to escape from.
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PostPosted: 08:39 - 13 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

mpd72 wrote:
MCN wrote:

1975 the English (not my numbers) were tripping over themselves to get into the EU.


..Which was formed almost 20 years later in 1992?

The Common Market was hardly the same thing as the Federal Superstate we're now trying to escape from.


"Comparison of results in 1975 and 2016 referendums. This map uses darker shades of green to show stronger support for UK membership in the European Communities or Union, and darker blues to show stronger opposition."

I know it was not called the EU but they never exactly moved Europe to set up the EU.

The EU is the natural progression of the European Common Market.

What we have 'allowed' it to become is the electorate's responsibility.
We elected the MEPs by our choice of MPs. Not many people supervise what the person they elect does after the vote is cast and counted.

How many people actually give a real valid shit about who represents their interests in the EU? (Until it's on national news.)

This mess was not something that happened overnight.

We have let our garden grow wild for too long.
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PostPosted: 08:01 - 14 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://newsthump.com/2019/04/11/tv-fans-delighted-as-brexit-renewed-for-another-season/
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PostPosted: 16:45 - 14 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

MCN wrote:

What we have 'allowed' it to become is the electorate's responsibility.
We elected the MEPs by our choice of MPs. Not many people supervise what the person they elect does after the vote is cast and counted.


The real power in the EU are...
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EU commissioners on the other hand are proposed by national governments and selected by the president of the European Commission.


Who you notice are not elected by the electorate....

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The Commission plays a vital role in the EU. It is the body which proposes new legislation, draws up the EU's annual budget and manages and supervises EU funding. The Commission consists of 28 members, one from each member state.

Its president is nominated by the national leaders and then elected by the European Parliament by majority vote. Based on member states' suggestions, the Commission's president selects 27 other members of the Commission for a five-year period, each with a specific policy portfolio.

Link from pro remain BBC...

So no one who actually votes for MEP gets a say in who are the real power in the EU.
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PostPosted: 22:27 - 14 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote=ďUtopiaĒ]

"Comparison of results in 1975 and 2016 referendums. This map uses darker shades of green to show stronger support for UK membership in the European Communities or Union, and darker blues to show stronger opposition."

I know it was not called the EU but they never exactly moved Europe to set up the EU.

The EU is the natural progression of the European Common Market.

What we have 'allowed' it to become is the electorate's responsibility.
We elected the MEPs by our choice of MPs. Not many people supervise what the person they elect does after the vote is cast and counted.

How many people actually give a real valid shit about who represents their interests in the EU? (Until it's on national news.)

This mess was not something that happened overnight.

We have let our garden grow wild for too long.[/quote]

For some reason IPhone quote marks are no longer recognised by this board software, but you get the gist..

So the EU is no different to the common market on planet MCN.

Thatís lovely petal. It must be so comforting living in your own little version of reality. Good for you, itís a good way of escaping the shit reality of the real world.
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PostPosted: 02:08 - 16 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

mpd72 wrote:
SMS in its finest.


Get out of my thread.

I do not need your input.

You are the only person who regularly tries to throw their weight around on here but get all Bawwtistic
when the other kids hit back.

Put your crayons in the box and go stand in the corner until you learn how to behave.
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PostPosted: 08:07 - 16 Apr 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

MCN wrote:
mpd72 wrote:
SMS in its finest.


Get out of my thread.



Gladly. The majority of your threads and posts are nothing more than attention seeking white noise anyway.

I mean, what was the point of this thread? Was the other 371 page thread on the exact same subject a bit too grown up for you to get your head around? Rolling Eyes
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