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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 16, 2019 7:13 pm

the irony of all this of course is how internet came about and what was it used for?

In 1989, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, an Internet-based hypermedia initiative for global information sharing while at CERN, the European Particle Physics Laboratory. He wrote the first web client and server in 1990.

tbl is english and when he released his new idea he declared that he wanted nothing for it and it must be avaialble to mankind free of charge. and what did the usual crminals do, put it under lock and key and have been robbing the public for using it.

now bt was a publicly owned organisation which which was sold to the corporations for peanuts. and we have been paying for it ever since. never mind paying for open reach, the whole of bt should be nationaised for the princly sum of 1 pound. it is only fair. all bt pension funds should be transfered to the new owners and if there is a hole in the pension fund the bt directors should answer for it.

as to eeolving technology, what the hell does bt do? fak all. the evolving tecnology is created at the universities all over the world and the bastards simply steal it from them and make a killing.

it is time to put these bastards where they belong.

internet information and communication is like the air that we breathe and should be free. we pay for it with our taxes.

fancy paying 40 billion a year for weapons we have not used in 50 years and we are not likely to use ever. it is time we stopped wasting our money and spent it on where it matters. looking after everybody no matter where they live, so they can have a fair chance in life.
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:00 am

Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote::lol: :lol: :lol:

BORIS refuses to appoint an EU Commissioner! 8) Take that EU criminals!

EU threatens to take UK to court! And who cares about that? :lol:

Friggin criminals!

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I’m sorry, didn’t Boris ask for the Brexit extension from the EU, which means that the UK is still in the EU, and as an EU member, it is required by Boris to appoint a Commissioner.

Just who is the criminal here?

Keep it up Boris, because the EU is going to fuck you (UK) royally with your stupid games when it comes to any withdrawal negotiations should Brexit happen.

eu is not interested and has no intention of fucking anybody up. this is simply not true. eu has rules andif you want free trade with the eu you have to adhere to the rules otherwise no free trade. free trade means no controls and no tariffs and of course no extensive forms to fill in. without freedom of movement and that does not mean people in the eu come and go as they please, we will not have customs union or fta. this idea that people are free to come over as they please and claim here is bullshit. so the fee for the fta and cu is about 0.75billion a month. a fee well worth it when you consider that unwto just formailty forms will cost more than 1 billion a month.

but of course wto also means we have to adhere to eu regulations otherwise we will not be able to trade with them in any way. assuming that we acept their rules and regulations and do trade with them the monthly tariff we have to charge about 2.5 billion for all our exports and we will have to pay 3 billion for everything we import from them.

and of course there is no way b'stard will agree to anything like the above and hence we will not be able to trade with them. but of course although we are members of the wto we have no schedules negotiated with them, we use the eu schedules to trade with the rest of the world so even that will stop til lthe new schedules can be negotiated. and of course they may take more than a decade.

so the only other alternative is wto rules


The EU has rules does it and the UK don't.

I will put it to you that the USA, Canada, and Australia who are all on the verge of free trade deals with the EU ALSO have rules and the EU has to abide by those rules in order to trade with us so the EU has to adhere to Australian, Canadian and American regulations and let me tell you that these regulations are more stringent than EU regulations when it comes to many things including food - as we can all attest after the EU horse meat scandal.

Also, we got no problem trading under WTO terms.

The EU needs us more than we need them because we produce surplus food (we are the food bowl) and we produce energy and you got stuff all of that. Plus we have China and India to trade with so its not as if we need anything from the EU because between China and India we have a market of 3 billion people. EU is just a pimple on our arseholes compared to that. And don't forget about Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan and Malaysia and Singapore for Finance.

So you keep your filthy hands out of the bread basket please till you wash your hands.
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:11 am



Wait for all the impeachment calls from the MSM... :lol: :lol: :lol: Because they won't get what they want at the GE.
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:14 am

Labor diverts attention from BREXIT in a desperate attempt to get away from election losing issues. Labor now on a manifesto of raising everyone's tax to provide everything for free. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 17, 2019 12:20 pm

fancy the prince claiming he was at pizza express at 4 o’clock in the afternoon in woking and hence could not be also at a club in london later on in the evening.

also he cannot say if the hand on the girl was his.

and finally he could not have been dancing and sweating because at the time he was suffering from a medical condition of overdosing on adrenalin because he was shot in war. i did not realise the argentinians had landed on ascension islands.

if he gets asked t go to court and if his lawyer advises that he should he wil lattend court. very nice too..


i'll ave some of that.
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Re: what next?

Postby Londonrake » Sun Nov 17, 2019 12:50 pm

Lordo wrote:......................and finally he could not have been dancing and sweating because at the time he was suffering from a medical condition of overdosing on adrenalin because he was shot in war. i did not realise the argentinians had landed on ascension islands.


I can't be the only one who couldn't care less what Andrew did or didn't do with some girl, sometime, somewhere, or not. So what? That's his problem to deal with.

For the sake of accuracy though.

He - just like the Argentinians - was never on Ascension island (no "s") . He was a Seaking pilot on 820 NAS aboard HMS Invincible. Whilst the helicopters had a tricky job to do none of the carriers were ever attacked. So, I'm not sure what the being shot at thing is all about.

Had they been though the Seaking's job was to get itself between the carrier and any incoming Exocet missile, presenting a much closer target big enough to lure it away from the ship. Once the Exocet closed to within quite a short distance the chopper would climb to above the missile's attack ceiling and safety, whilst the missile would fly off into the void. Well, that was the theory anyway.

As always, you get it wrong because you're just spouting by rote or cut 'n' pasting, without actually knowing anything about the subject.
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:08 pm

i don't know where you were during that war but it was common knowledge he was in the officers mess half way in the atlantic and nowhere near any fighting. but the media did make a good job at covering up for him as it he would be allowed anywhere near any fighting. like hell he was. who are you kidding.

talking soldiers.

interesting statement, there were no war crimes by any british soldiers in iraq. it will take another 50 years before it comes out. it makes grim reading. what a world we live in. we send soldiers to distant lands to murder people all for our self defence of course. we go there to civilise them just before we shoot them. what would be these barbarians be like without our civilising activities.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-50419297
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Re: what next?

Postby Londonrake » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:22 pm

Lordo wrote:i don't know where you were during that war but it was common knowledge he was in the officers mess half way in the atlantic and nowhere near any fighting. but the media did make a good job at covering up for him as it he would be allowed anywhere near any fighting. like hell he was. who are you kidding.


I flew on sorties, from Ascension to the SA, in support of the task force. Both in its transit and on 20 hour long missions once they were around the Falklands.

Andrew was never on Ascension. He was part of the ship's company of HMS Invincible and stood as much chance of getting hit as everybody else on it. "Common knowledge" tends to be on a par with "rumour has it".

No kidding.
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:47 pm

you actually believe that the he was in any danger? pigs will fly.
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Re: what next?

Postby Paphitis » Sun Nov 17, 2019 2:59 pm

Lordo wrote:you actually believe that the he was in any danger? pigs will fly.


For the sake of accuracy and not at all to defend Andrew in any way if he did abuse underage girls, his life would have been in considerable danger if his Aircraft carrier came under attack.

HMS Invincible is a Capital Ship and he could have been called upon to take an Exocet hit in order to save the carrier.
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