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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Fri Aug 30, 2019 11:28 am

Lordo wrote: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

Postby miltiades » Fri Aug 30, 2019 4:50 pm

How odd that one idiot supports another idiot and millions of other idiots support both idiots. Trump, Paphitis' ...hero!!
The Clown Paphitis' hero !!

Trump was merely the draft-dodging property magnate son of a KKK-sympathiser, whose family fortunes had been built on brothel-keeping, and whose company had been accused of discriminating against black tenants and using mob fronts. He was known to have used junk bonds, strategic bankruptcy and $4bn in unwise bank loans to build a laughable reputation for business acumen.
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Fri Aug 30, 2019 5:47 pm

one very simple thing that brexsitters do not understand is this.


if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations. if they do not checking car vehicle numbers even telepathically will not help you. so this idea that what northern ireland will be able to trade seemlessly with southern ireland by using alternative means is just beyond stupid.

if the product they produce does not adhere to eu regulation, how will they be able to trade? can anybody explain this little one.

is this why american and australian hormoned beef is not allowed into the eu.
is this not why american chlorinated chicken no allowed in the eu?
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 31, 2019 2:24 am

miltiades wrote:How odd that one idiot supports another idiot and millions of other idiots support both idiots. Trump, Paphitis' ...hero!!
The Clown Paphitis' hero !!

Trump was merely the draft-dodging property magnate son of a KKK-sympathiser, whose family fortunes had been built on brothel-keeping, and whose company had been accused of discriminating against black tenants and using mob fronts. He was known to have used junk bonds, strategic bankruptcy and $4bn in unwise bank loans to build a laughable reputation for business acumen.


He wasn't a draft dodger. He received a draft deferment from the Defence Ministry. Some 15.4 Americans received such deferments based on existing medical conditions.

You still had to go and see an Approved Government Medical practitioner to assess your health for service. All you needed for a deferment was flat feet.

You would not get out of the National Service, but you would get pushed back down the list.

The same happened in Australia. But in Australia there really was a scandal because you could see your own Doctor who if you had a corrupt one would write all kinds of things down to get you out of it. The Government got wind of this and charged about 100 Greek Doctors and took their licenses away. Australian Government almost took out all Greek Doctors out of the system with a sledgehammer and they started to spy on the Greek Community because they found out many Greeks were communists and st the time that was a major no no in Australia.

Greek Community got into so much trouble ASIO had infiltrated Greek Churches, community clubs and were monitoring people of the Greek community. For people who do not know, ASIO is like the Australian CIA. In those days, if you hung around the wrong people, you were blacklisted.

In addition, his father was no KKK supporter but actually a respected property businessman. I'm not going to argue about the prostitution part because it is childish. the media tried to get him because they believed he was linked to Epstein, which he wasn't. In fact, Trump evicted and banned Epstein from his resorts because Epstein pinched one of Trumps hotel staff on the butt and Trump thought that was inappropriate and banned this rich man from his properties. he took the side of his staff member which if you ask me is a very honorable thing. When the MSM got wind of that it's like they saw heard someone died because Trump can't possibly be that nice. But he is. And to rub salt in the wounds of the MSM, they found out that their very own woke Clinton and Royal Family Prince Andrew were involved with Epstein. Take that! :lol:

Hypocrites! :roll:

You would think all this would come out of the Presidency but nothing. It's not like no one wasn't lined up with a baseball bat to get him and still are.

You just to to accept that our God Emperor is one very clever POTUS and has all you lot by the scruff of your necks! :lol:
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 31, 2019 2:59 am

Lordo wrote:one very simple thing that brexsitters do not understand is this.


if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations. if they do not checking car vehicle numbers even telepathically will not help you. so this idea that what northern ireland will be able to trade seemlessly with southern ireland by using alternative means is just beyond stupid.

if the product they produce does not adhere to eu regulation, how will they be able to trade? can anybody explain this little one.

is this why american and australian hormoned beef is not allowed into the eu.
is this not why american chlorinated chicken no allowed in the eu?


Can you please explain the EU standards on horse meat!

We are trying to understand that one for some years now about EU standards and horse meat for human consumption.

I mean as if European food standards are better than USA, Australia and UK! You are friggin dreamin sunshine! :lol:
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Re: brexit not far away now

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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby B25 » Sat Aug 31, 2019 9:00 am

Lordo wrote: if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations.


They have been making products to EU standards for years and there is no reason to change. Other 3rd countries manage it so why not the UK.

Just because they will no longer be members of the EU, doesn't mean their products will not conform.

Seems to me you just pluck any old shit from the air to insult the voters who have chosen to leave the EU. Ennen????
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Paphitis » Sat Aug 31, 2019 9:16 am

B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote: if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations.


They have been making products to EU standards for years and there is no reason to change. Other 3rd countries manage it so why not the UK.

Just because they will no longer be members of the EU, doesn't mean their products will not conform.

Seems to me you just pluck any old shit from the air to insult the voters who have chosen to leave the EU. Ennen????


Respect B25! Respect dude. :)

It is true that even US, Aussie, Kiwi, Canadian and even China meets EU standards and have been trading with the EU for decades.

It’s just scare mongering mate.

One day, Cyprus will be treading this path. Which is why Britain is the puoneer and theEU is scared as all hell.

After Britain, others will follow.
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:35 pm

Paphitis wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote: if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations.


They have been making products to EU standards for years and there is no reason to change. Other 3rd countries manage it so why not the UK.

Just because they will no longer be members of the EU, doesn't mean their products will not conform.

Seems to me you just pluck any old shit from the air to insult the voters who have chosen to leave the EU. Ennen????


Respect B25! Respect dude. :)

It is true that even US, Aussie, Kiwi, Canadian and even China meets EU standards and have been trading with the EU for decades.

It’s just scare mongering mate.

One day, Cyprus will be treading this path. Which is why Britain is the puoneer and theEU is scared as all hell.

After Britain, others will follow.

is that why they did 62 studies of brexit consequences sector by sector and did not publish one. you two was born dumb and will die dumb too
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Re: brexit not far away now

Postby B25 » Tue Sep 10, 2019 3:55 pm

Lordo wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote: if you want to sell to eu, your produce has to meet eu regulations.


They have been making products to EU standards for years and there is no reason to change. Other 3rd countries manage it so why not the UK.

Just because they will no longer be members of the EU, doesn't mean their products will not conform.

Seems to me you just pluck any old shit from the air to insult the voters who have chosen to leave the EU. Ennen????


Respect B25! Respect dude. :)

It is true that even US, Aussie, Kiwi, Canadian and even China meets EU standards and have been trading with the EU for decades.

It’s just scare mongering mate.

One day, Cyprus will be treading this path. Which is why Britain is the puoneer and theEU is scared as all hell.

After Britain, others will follow.

is that why they did 62 studies of brexit consequences sector by sector and did not publish one. you two was born dumb and will die dumb too


Seems you like the sound of your own voice, even when you are talking shit about about things you know nothing about.

First off, you have no experience of UK manufacturing or standards.

And second, if they products didn't meet EU standards they could not be shipped there. What an absolute tosser you are YFuck.

Hell even 3rd country suppliers had to conform to the EU standards, never mind a member country. Plonker.

Now go back under that rock you came from and stop talking nonsense.
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