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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:10 pm

ok now it is a bit clearer as to what is going on. snaciv javid is adamant the manchild will not break the law. he will go to the eu summit and negotiate 17th and 18th of october and if he gets a deal he will put that to parliament and if not he will put the no deal to parlaiment. if they fail on either my guess is that they worked out that manchild will resign and initiate another tory leadership contest thinking it will take them over the line with no deal over 31st of october.

naturally they are too stupid to realise that even if he does resign he is still pm and still liable during that contest to take the letter and in any case the tory mps have already said they will bring down the government to extend and hold an election.
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 08, 2019 3:29 pm

well you have it folks. no 10 will take the chainsaw to the bill just passed. will be very interesting to see what it is they are planning. are they really going to challenge the authority of parliament to pass laws?
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 09, 2019 1:09 am

so now we have a clearer picture. they will challenge it in court on the 19th of october hoping that they can kill it of by making court case to last beyond 31st. i don't suppose they actually realise that the parliament has the nuclear option which will remove the government.

another of their hope is that eu will say no. when we know that any steps taken towards a resolution will be automatically accepted. and of course parliament taking control is a step that will be acceptable if it leads to a general election or a cinfirmation vote.
so it will be interesting to see what these children come up which prank just like they used to do in eaton to upset the master.
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 09, 2019 12:58 pm

well there you have it folks. manchild is standing standing nex to irish pm. irish pm says the alternative measures must be realistic and legal binding and workable but they have not recieved any such proposals to this point.

the boy is like a lost boy in a sweetshop with no money. he is salivating on all this power he has but is unable to taste any sweets as he has no money.

he has been in power since end of july, how is it possible that not a single proposal is made to see how they feel about about it.

lets face it he is no good at this leadersheep lark. he could not lead his thirsty following sheep to the water if he tried.

the idea that they will wait til the 19th to test the new bill in court is laughable. if it looks like the decision will go over the 31st, then he wil be removed but after he can show his sheep that hteir idea of brexit has always been a myth and will allways be a myth. in the election that will follow they will not be able to claim that they could get a deal even better then even being in the eu and it would be very easy as we have voted to leave and have all the crad. more like a house of cards if you ask me. one fart by the manchild and it wil all blover over their head. coming from a man who could not recite the warning read out during an arrest to claim he has analysied the no deal is just beyond laugable.

enjoy. damn it it is that damn bbc again.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-49608822
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 09, 2019 2:32 pm

interesting that the mps will not only try to make the government publish the agreement between may and corbyn to see what it was about but also want to make him publish the yellowhammer report, you know the one we are unlikely to understand that was supposed to be a worst case scenario which turns out to be nothong of the kind and actual scenario of what its likely to be.
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:07 pm

i wonder how many people realise that the bill has notremoved no-deal from the negotiations, all they have done is removed the posibility of accidently falling off the cliff. manchild is quite welcome to hit them with no deal in the negotiations and bring that back to parliament, if that is all he can get. but it seems nigel is a bit upset with him today as he has seen softening his position by claiming that no-deal is failure. if no deal is failure why go there and propose no deal. he can stay here and propose that andsave the tax payer the expenses
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:20 pm

here is the gist of yellowhammer. perhaps we may even see the actual report.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Yellowhammer
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:22 pm

what is going on.


i love it. so if we stay in the eu for 3 more months we would have to pay 1 billion pe rmonth in contributions. but hang on a mo do we not import 350 billions worth in a trade per year. so that makes it 30 billion worth of business per month and at 10 percent tax which is on the low side if we were using wto we would be paying 3 billion per month tax. and therese more, come close. not that close.
we sell to them 290 billion a year, that makes it 24 billion tax on our exports which will add on our exports another 2.4 bilion onto our prices. so i wonder how many business will go bust. you cannot make it up.

al in all 1 billion paid and 5.5 billion not paid. eeerrr which one i wonder is worth doing
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 10:39 pm

you can see this is just going to go all the way. interesing thoughts coming out of the bover boy in no 10.

https://twitter.com/steve_hawkes/status/1170979456611233792?s=19
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Re: what next?

Postby Lordo » Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:21 pm

the other day i was caught the attention of a cheif financial officer of a company that does most of the trade with the eu. i had to ask, hwo will brexit affect you. i was surprised to get the answer we are prepared.

how so I asked?
we have an agreement with a company in switzerland and we are going to trade via switzerland.
naturally my next question followed. how will you manage to trade if our regulations are inferior to the eu.

we cannot let our regulations to be inferior to the eu, switzerland will not let us do that.

i mean you cannot make it up. here we are trading with no tax and then we shall be a vasal state to switzerland and follow their regulations so we can sell to the eu and pay taxes for it anything from 5% to 40% depending on what it is..

i though oh my god. do the bastards who are doing these talks understand all this.

no lets see if grumpoui and bastardo b25 understands it. well that will the first.
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