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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Thu Aug 29, 2019 12:04 am

Londonrake wrote:When I said yesterday, that they were walking into a well laid trap, he simply didn't understand. Just like - no matter how simple the matter is - he can't seem to understand that there's absolutely no link between invoking Article 50 and any sort of deal - or not.

If you think this shit is bad - wait until we leave the EU. The endless cries of outrage will make today's efforts seem like patty-cake. :roll:


I for one am looking forward to the day of BREXIT. :mrgreen:
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Thu Aug 29, 2019 12:06 am

Kikapu wrote:
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This will be the “perfect storm”, that October 31st UK leaves the EU with no deal, but before that happens, the parliament is locked out with the no confidence vote already taken and BJ is dethroned. New election is set from November 1st, which means that the 2016 referendum has been implemented. By this time, with all the shenanigans committed by the tories, it is going to piss a lot of Brits, which if the tories lose the election, there will be a new referendum to join the EU or not. This is when the results of the second referendum will put the question to rest as to whether or not the UK should be in the EU or out of the EU. If the results are to return to the EU, the EU could give themselves a grace period no matter how long to re admit the UK into the club as if nothing has changed, if the UK should be so lucky to get such a grace period from the EU.


On;y problem is that BOJO will be returned in a landslide. And that is all the validation anyone needs considering the fact everyone knows what he stands for.


If BJ returns in a landslide, then the British deserve what they get. :D

I can’t imagine a sitting PM loses a no confidence vote and then comes back in a landslide. That would be a nice trick if it happens. :D


Have you seen the polls Kikapu?.

What polls are you talking about, because it is not the people’s vote that gives him the PM’s seat, but the MPs in his party should his party win the election with a majority. The only people who can vote for him directly are those from his constituents.


The latest IPSOS polls which had BOJO +9% and everyone else losing ground except for the BREXIT Party which was also up +4%
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby cyprusgrump » Thu Aug 29, 2019 6:11 am

Lordo wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:Answer the question... :roll:


How many active members are there...?


wash the madder. i can understan lr not being able to counter, have you lost your tounge too. you can do better i am sure.

may took a gamble lost but kept her knickers. bojo will lose his pants too. and there was me thinking you were a master at debates but it turns out you are a classic master debater


Time and time again you prove yourself incapable of answering a straight question. Instead you resort to bluster and insult... :roll:

...and yet you expect your audience to take your droning sermons on the political process seriously... :lol:
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Thu Aug 29, 2019 10:20 am

cyprusgrump wrote:
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cyprusgrump wrote:Answer the question... :roll:


How many active members are there...?


wash the madder. i can understan lr not being able to counter, have you lost your tounge too. you can do better i am sure.

may took a gamble lost but kept her knickers. bojo will lose his pants too. and there was me thinking you were a master at debates but it turns out you are a classic master debater


Time and time again you prove yourself incapable of answering a straight question. Instead you resort to bluster and insult... :roll:

...and yet you expect your audience to take your droning sermons on the political process seriously... :lol:

i do not waste time with irrelevant questions. i made certain observations about what risks the ex-pm took and what she ended up with and i have predicted what would happen the current one for taking such risks. and you want to know what was it. how many people are active? what ma i your servant. yes sir no sir three bags full sir. counter and tell us what will happen next one a single tory mp abandons ship and stop asking pointless questions. have i ever refused to answer a relevant question. kindly ave a look at the name of the topic my boy.
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby cyprusgrump » Thu Aug 29, 2019 6:28 pm

After the Yanks saved us in two world wars and defended us against the Communist menace, they’re now offering us a big, beautiful trade deal to help ease our way out of the scabrous clutches of the EU, and all Remainers can do is REEEEE autistically like Greta Thunberg.

Make Britain And America Best Buds Again :D
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Pyrpolizer » Thu Aug 29, 2019 6:35 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Londonrake wrote:When I said yesterday, that they were walking into a well laid trap, he simply didn't understand. Just like - no matter how simple the matter is - he can't seem to understand that there's absolutely no link between invoking Article 50 and any sort of deal - or not.

If you think this shit is bad - wait until we leave the EU. The endless cries of outrage will make today's efforts seem like patty-cake. :roll:


I for one am looking forward to the day of BREXIT. :mrgreen:



Inshalla mana mou, Amin tzai pote..
This means I am looking forward too. :P :P
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Thu Aug 29, 2019 11:15 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:After the Yanks saved us in two world wars and defended us against the Communist menace, they’re now offering us a big, beautiful trade deal to help ease our way out of the scabrous clutches of the EU, and all Remainers can do is REEEEE autistically like Greta Thunberg.

Make Britain And America Best Buds Again :D

you are so ignorant about both brexit and second world war you must be able to sleep real easy at nights. american saved you indeed. you can thanks hitlers stupidity, russian winter and the red army who saved your sorry ass.

as to american helping us yeah of course they will. they will send martin shkreli to sor out our nhs. .
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Fri Aug 30, 2019 12:08 am

anyway the rats are begining to abonden ship, tory party is about to be taught a second lesson.

and of course shit always floats to the top

Nicky Morgan
Proroguing parliament is clearly a mad suggestion” – 6 June
I’m a member of the cabinet, I fully support the prime minister” – Thursday

Matt Hancock
Prorogation would mean the end of the Conservative party” – 6 June
Morning, how are you? Sorry. How are you?” – Thursday

Michael Gove
It would not be true to the best traditions of British democracy” – 9 June
Parliamentarians will have plenty of time to debate Brexit” – Wednesday

Amber Rudd
Nobody should consider involving the Queen” – 16 June
I’m here on a visit to work out what’s going on in my department” – Thursday

Sajid Javid
You don’t deliver on democracy by trashing democracy” – 16 June
No comment” – Thursday

all this shite will be flashed down the toilet and very soon where they belong.
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Re: brexit not far away now

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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Fri Aug 30, 2019 11:21 am

Yes and apparently Australian PM was at the G7 because he was invited by Macron. Bit of a bromance happening between ScoMo and macron at the moment. :lol:

So The Holy Trinity were all together in the one place.

Apparently Australia is entering a trade war with China by coming up with a plan to shift all Australian Manufacturing from China to places like Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and India.

Australia also had discussions with The Holy Ghost about a bilateral FTD at the G7! :D

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2 ... -views-pm/

So looks like The Holy Ghost is getting ready with The Father and the Son! 8)
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