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Postby Kikapu » Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:05 pm

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miltiades wrote:It is people with similar attitudes to you who in 1974 handed Turkey half of Cyprus. They were naive extremists just like you who believed that the destiny of Cyprus had but one goal. Union with Greece. Immense hatred for the Turkish Cypriots as well as those who did not share their extremist views. Only genuine negotiations can lead to a solution, war would have immense catastrophic consequences both for Greece and Cyprus. Believing in your self is one thing but having dellusional thoughts is a different matter.

The EU , is here to stay and will grow stronger and go forth ad a world force.


The EU is finished... :wink:

How will it get stronger without the £350m a week the UK sends...? :roll:

They won't be able to pay the bar bill, let alone fund an EU army and expand the bloc... :lol: :lol: :lol:


I didn’t realize the EU’s second largest economy in the world worth trillions was purely dependent on UK’s measly £350m weekly contribution for the EU to remain in existence . :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol:
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby Paphitis » Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:08 pm

Kikapu wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
miltiades wrote:It is people with similar attitudes to you who in 1974 handed Turkey half of Cyprus. They were naive extremists just like you who believed that the destiny of Cyprus had but one goal. Union with Greece. Immense hatred for the Turkish Cypriots as well as those who did not share their extremist views. Only genuine negotiations can lead to a solution, war would have immense catastrophic consequences both for Greece and Cyprus. Believing in your self is one thing but having dellusional thoughts is a different matter.

The EU , is here to stay and will grow stronger and go forth ad a world force.


The EU is finished... :wink:

How will it get stronger without the £350m a week the UK sends...? :roll:

They won't be able to pay the bar bill, let alone fund an EU army and expand the bloc... :lol: :lol: :lol:


I didn’t realize the EU’s second largest economy in the world worth trillions was purely dependent on UK’s measly £350m weekly contribution for the EU to remain in existence . :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol:


How many countries are net contributors? :lol:

And now that the biggest or second biggest net contributor has left the building.

Can the EU still afford to keep the lights on? :?

this is why the EU didn't want BREXIT. there is a huge black hole to fill now! :wink:
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby Kikapu » Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:21 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
miltiades wrote:It is people with similar attitudes to you who in 1974 handed Turkey half of Cyprus. They were naive extremists just like you who believed that the destiny of Cyprus had but one goal. Union with Greece. Immense hatred for the Turkish Cypriots as well as those who did not share their extremist views. Only genuine negotiations can lead to a solution, war would have immense catastrophic consequences both for Greece and Cyprus. Believing in your self is one thing but having dellusional thoughts is a different matter.

The EU , is here to stay and will grow stronger and go forth ad a world force.


The EU is finished... :wink:

How will it get stronger without the £350m a week the UK sends...? :roll:

They won't be able to pay the bar bill, let alone fund an EU army and expand the bloc... :lol: :lol: :lol:


I didn’t realize the EU’s second largest economy in the world worth trillions was purely dependent on UK’s measly £350m weekly contribution for the EU to remain in existence . :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol:


How many countries are net contributors? :lol:

And now that the biggest or second biggest net contributor has left the building.

Can the EU still afford to keep the lights on? :?

this is why the EU didn't want BREXIT. there is a huge black hole to fill now! :wink:


No club wants to lose any members, but if a member wants to be cunt, then it is best to get rid of them as they become a cancer in the club’s day to day operation. I’m sure EU citizens would be happy to pay extra £30 more tax a year to cover any shortfall in the EU’s budget if needed to compensate the UK’s withdrawal. It will be worth getting rid of all those UK MP cunts out of the EU parliament and their disruptive and distrusted behaviours.
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby cyprusgrump » Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:41 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
miltiades wrote:It is people with similar attitudes to you who in 1974 handed Turkey half of Cyprus. They were naive extremists just like you who believed that the destiny of Cyprus had but one goal. Union with Greece. Immense hatred for the Turkish Cypriots as well as those who did not share their extremist views. Only genuine negotiations can lead to a solution, war would have immense catastrophic consequences both for Greece and Cyprus. Believing in your self is one thing but having dellusional thoughts is a different matter.

The EU , is here to stay and will grow stronger and go forth ad a world force.


The EU is finished... :wink:

How will it get stronger without the £350m a week the UK sends...? :roll:

They won't be able to pay the bar bill, let alone fund an EU army and expand the bloc... :lol: :lol: :lol:


I didn’t realize the EU’s second largest economy in the world worth trillions was purely dependent on UK’s measly £350m weekly contribution for the EU to remain in existence . :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol:


How many countries are net contributors? :lol:

And now that the biggest or second biggest net contributor has left the building.

Can the EU still afford to keep the lights on? :?

this is why the EU didn't want BREXIT. there is a huge black hole to fill now! :wink:


No club wants to lose any members, but if a member wants to be cunt, then it is best to get rid of them as they become a cancer in the club’s day to day operation. I’m sure EU citizens would be happy to pay extra £30 more tax a year to cover any shortfall in the EU’s budget if needed to compensate the UK’s withdrawal. It will be worth getting rid of all those UK MP cunts out of the EU parliament and their disruptive and distrusted behaviours.



Keep the insults coming, that has worked soooo well for the Remain campaigners! :lol: :lol: :lol:

I wonder of the out-of-work Greeks will be happy to shell out another £30 in tax to support the failing EU project...? :roll:
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby Kikapu » Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:47 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
miltiades wrote:It is people with similar attitudes to you who in 1974 handed Turkey half of Cyprus. They were naive extremists just like you who believed that the destiny of Cyprus had but one goal. Union with Greece. Immense hatred for the Turkish Cypriots as well as those who did not share their extremist views. Only genuine negotiations can lead to a solution, war would have immense catastrophic consequences both for Greece and Cyprus. Believing in your self is one thing but having dellusional thoughts is a different matter.

The EU , is here to stay and will grow stronger and go forth ad a world force.


The EU is finished... :wink:

How will it get stronger without the £350m a week the UK sends...? :roll:

They won't be able to pay the bar bill, let alone fund an EU army and expand the bloc... :lol: :lol: :lol:


I didn’t realize the EU’s second largest economy in the world worth trillions was purely dependent on UK’s measly £350m weekly contribution for the EU to remain in existence . :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol:


How many countries are net contributors? :lol:

And now that the biggest or second biggest net contributor has left the building.

Can the EU still afford to keep the lights on? :?

this is why the EU didn't want BREXIT. there is a huge black hole to fill now! :wink:


No club wants to lose any members, but if a member wants to be cunt, then it is best to get rid of them as they become a cancer in the club’s day to day operation. I’m sure EU citizens would be happy to pay extra £30 more tax a year to cover any shortfall in the EU’s budget if needed to compensate the UK’s withdrawal. It will be worth getting rid of all those UK MP cunts out of the EU parliament and their disruptive and distrusted behaviours.



Keep the insults coming, that has worked soooo well for the Remain campaigners! :lol: :lol: :lol:

I wonder of the out-of-work Greeks will be happy to shell out another £30 in tax to support the failing EU project...? :roll:


The insults were coming from Farage and company acting like cunts the other day at the EU parliament. How else can you describe them other than cunts?

In the end, they were told to leave and take their flags with them. :D
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby Kikapu » Sat Feb 01, 2020 7:54 pm

Penny pinching countries should never have joined the EU. Let’s see how “great” the UK is going to be with extra £350m a week in their pocket, but at what cost?

There’s no such thing as “free lunch”. :wink:
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby cyprusgrump » Sat Feb 01, 2020 8:17 pm

Kikapu wrote:Penny pinching countries should never have joined the EU. Let’s see how “great” the UK is going to be with extra £350m a week in their pocket, but at what cost?

There’s no such thing as “free lunch”. :wink:


Yarp, I think we can all agree that £350m a week just to be a member of the club isn't in any way ' a free lunch'... Not even luncheon vouchers... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Still, I'm sure you are right, the EU budget won't miss the small change of £18,200,000,000 per year... :wink:
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby Kikapu » Sat Feb 01, 2020 8:30 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Kikapu wrote:Penny pinching countries should never have joined the EU. Let’s see how “great” the UK is going to be with extra £350m a week in their pocket, but at what cost?

There’s no such thing as “free lunch”. :wink:


Yarp, I think we can all agree that £350m a week just to be a member of the club isn't in any way ' a free lunch'... Not even luncheon vouchers... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Still, I'm sure you are right, the EU budget won't miss the small change of £18,200,000,000 per year... :wink:


About 0.1% of the EU’s GDP. :roll:

Not even a pimple on EU’s huge hairy ass! :D
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Feb 01, 2020 9:41 pm

Kikapu wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
Kikapu wrote:Penny pinching countries should never have joined the EU. Let’s see how “great” the UK is going to be with extra £350m a week in their pocket, but at what cost?

There’s no such thing as “free lunch”. :wink:


Yarp, I think we can all agree that £350m a week just to be a member of the club isn't in any way ' a free lunch'... Not even luncheon vouchers... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Still, I'm sure you are right, the EU budget won't miss the small change of £18,200,000,000 per year... :wink:


About 0.1% of the EU’s GDP. :roll:

Not even a pimple on EU’s huge hairy ass! :D


...13% as i understand it.
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Re: EU court rules today

Postby Londonrake » Sun Feb 02, 2020 12:36 am

The UK’s GDP exceeds the combined total of 18 other EU countries. Its loss isn’t really something to be shrugged off. In good times it would be a blow, if you have a look at how Germany/France/Italy’s economies are heading at present these are very much not good times.
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