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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
31 March, 2017 00:40
And we are further embarrassed and shamed by a delusional claret claiming that Brexit can be halted.Hello Alastair. Our enemies are within, they root hope and prey for our downfall. The more they whinge the happier I become. Make no mistake we are at war.....dress it up if you wish but it is a fact. Tusk thinks they are united.....ffs they can't even decide who is in charge.The EU is a complete 27 faced plus Germany fechup which inevitably means a sensible outcome is nigh impossible. Leaving is demonstrably the correct decision. We are probably in for a rough ride but this was coming sooner or later and it is better that we are in the driving seat than being being a passenger at the back of a disorderly driverless bus

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC2 (IP Logged)
31 March, 2017 08:02
And we are in a far stronger position than traitors like Campbell and Heseltine would have you believe. The EU is a financial mess, and the 2nd largest contributor to their budget leaving is going to create a £12 billion black hole in it, every year from 2019 on.

They need to extort money from us, but they have no fall back position, we have, no trade deal and we just go to WTO rules. It could all be managed so much better, it could work out well for both sides but we're not dealing with rational people, the EU elite will happily damage our economy and those of the EU countries 'pour encourager les autres'.

This process will not go well, some brexiteers have made the mistake of thinking common sense will prevail, it won't, unshackling ourselves from the EU corpse won't be easy, the traitors and fifth-columnists in the UK will continue to squeal like stuck pigs at every opportunity, but the more I see of the obnoxious, intransigent, sneering EU bureaucrats the more I want us out of it.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC2 (IP Logged)
31 March, 2017 15:55
Now the EU are using the good people of Gibraltar as bargaining chips. Are there no depths they won't sink to, have they no shame ?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
31 March, 2017 22:59
Simple answer is no. If we get any kind of positive deal done I will be truly amazed. I personally am going to start advocating that we make serious preparations for just walking away........we will imo have little choice in the end as self preservation. If this was business I would be confident of doing a deal but this is the EU bureaucratic mafia we are dealing with supported by the never changing Germans and French. For Gerry this is WW111. France is just playing a supporting role vichy style. Extreme words you might say.........Leopards and spots I say.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC2 (IP Logged)
01 April, 2017 08:32
It's looking like Boris was right, punishment beatings are going to be the order of the day. I had the forlorn hope that they might be sensible and pragmatic, but it seems the continuation of the Brussels project is paramount whatever the cost to their economies.

The signs were there, the damage inflicted by the Euro has been/is being shrugged off, the hoots of derision and jeers when, after the referendum, Farage said in the European Parliament that even though we were leaving we could continue to work together as friends. As you say Brian, we should be making plans to walk away, we aren't going to get any sort of acceptable deal, WTO rules and if no amicable divorce, no amicable divorce bill, offer them a pittance and if they don't like it, see you in court.

That huge black hole in their finances when we've left just might eventually concentrate their minds, which is why they want the money up front, but I doubt it.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
fulledgelad (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 20:18
Nah then,I wonder who started this thread?
Oh yeah,Another remoaner.



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Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC2 (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 21:10
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The Remoanians are getting their act together now, like I told LS just after the result, our biggest problem is not in Brussels, it's right here under our noses. This lot won't be going down without a fight, it's not over until it's over, I could even say May having to call a general election to get it done.
[url] [www.telegraph.co.uk][/url]

Posted this in October last year and even predicted the election. It still applies, the Remoanian traitors haven't given up, they're still trying to reverse the process.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 21:26
The only traitors are the dinosaurs who are betraying the youth of this country.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 21:49
She be easy enough to turn the Brexiteers round tbh.

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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 22:39
In regards your mantra of believing that the younger generation voted as one to remain demonstrates that on this occasion you are talking out of your left of Marx arriss Jilts.The vast majority of the under 25's that I have spoken to before and since voted to leave.The basis of your belief of who voted to leave in generational terms has no factual analysis whatsoever to back it up. Produce evidence to the contrary....your research in this regard will reveal a truth you will not want to read or hear.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 22:51
The majority of the youths I have spoke to voted to remain.
Until someone can prove me wrong and that the majority of youths think they are living in the 20th century, where factories employed thousands of locals then I will agree with myself like so many non blinkered people do.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:02
But you live in cloud cuckoo jock land .............psssssst a lot of your own youth voted leave. Your post proves my point ....there is no evidence to back up the claims. Produce the solid stuff and I will deal with it. A word of warning, it does not exist. I am not left or right but simply a 2+2 is 4 sort of person.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:14
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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:16
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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:18
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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:19
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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:37
Delighted you have used these as reference. Lord Ashcroft , Tory ardent remainer, started it and all the others who wanted to further the remain agenda believed it. Have you seen the data behind the claims ? obviously not.Anyone who has firm evidence one way or'tother should be in jail end of. Don't be lazy Jilts get digging.....enjoying a wee dram as a I type.how is your weather in Dundee ?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:46
The weather is fair, some rain yesterday morning but so far September has been fine.
Anyhow back to putting the world right, I get my info from Google.

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Re: O/T EU Referendum
fulledgelad (IP Logged)
05 September, 2017 23:51
'Putting the world right' should've stayed in the pub.



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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
06 September, 2017 00:00
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'Putting the world right' should've stayed in the pub.

Pubs are quieter than this board and the barman agrees with me so not much to debate there.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
06 September, 2017 00:02
Signing off for the nacht with scotch in one hand and sausage buttie in't tother. To all those on the good ship Brit goodnight.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC2 (IP Logged)
06 September, 2017 23:27
An independent sovereign state, what's not to like ? Why are lefties so afraid of it ? Now that the snowflakes have discovered they're allowed to vote, they could even end up running the country themselves.

Maybe that's just what they're afraid of.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
07 September, 2017 09:07
FAF, no more unskilled workers will be allowed in, oh wait a minute BRITISH companies NEED them. Brexiteers are so stupid this country will be f@@ked VERY soon, there is no bigger fool than a patriotic fool, nationality doesn't maketh the man, its more about what's up top.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
07 September, 2017 23:09
Nowhere has it been said unskilled will not be let in but it will have to be shown that homegrown are not available. What could you or anyone find wrong in that ? Guardian reporter in Brussels gauging reaction to leaked immigration report was surprised to find very little condemnation. I suspect a great many of the 27 would like to see an end to free movement as it now exists. We will as a sovereign nation decide who does and does not come to the UK. What could anyone with UK's interests at heart find wrong with that ?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
08 September, 2017 18:18
So unskilled workers will be let in from the EU.
And the country will still allow skilled and professional people in from around the globe.
So much for all this @#$%& about immigration and keeping foreigners out.
This is the 21st century, the only way this country will be competitive in the global markets will be with low pay and a weak pound.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
08 September, 2017 23:35
UK has one of the highest basic rates of pay in the EU hence the desire to move here and more importantly a job to actually benefit from that.Don't be such a nego Jilts.It is contagious so stay away from young people, you have the capability of stealing their possibilities.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
09 September, 2017 08:31
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Brian O'Neil
UK has one of the highest basic rates of pay in the EU hence the desire to move here and more importantly a job to actually benefit from that.Don't be such a nego Jilts.It is contagious so stay away from young people, you have the capability of stealing their possibilities.

[www.bbc.co.uk]

"had depression, an anxiety disorder and felt a sense of hopelessness" it's always in the papers these days about the youth with mental illness, it may come from their parents genes, it may be modern living, it may have always been there. I got in argument on another board and subsequently Banned after a clique ganged up on a young unemployed lad, disgraceful really when there were numerous suicides up here by young people who had been victims of cyber bullying. Just showed how weak the bullies are where they ganged up n me to have me banned, I still laugh at their weakness daily. Whats was really worrying was most of those involved were actually parents.

Here's a documentary of Japan and the problems capitalist Japan is facing, well the problems we are all facing [vimeo.com]

Read Bulgarias population is plummeting, other countries "stealing their youth" , if it were in reverse we would be crying of a brain drain or summat. The'I'm alright Jack' mentality of some Brits is old hat, foreigners aren't going to stay put in poverty these days, Brexiteers can run, but they can't hide from global issues. Better to stand together and make the world a better place for all, than run and watch mankind implode.



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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
09 September, 2017 12:51
Brexit agrees with you and Corbyn and the late departed Tony Benn. The EU is a threat to all you have concerns about.The last enforced block ruled by extreme lefties, more accurately named communists, were as they always are fascists.The wall came down on the Soviet bloc but it is being rebuilt by the EU......people do not matter to them, the empire does.AS for the youth Jilts..........simple fact, the number of Brits under the age of 25 unemployed rose by exactly the same amount as those arriving from Poland etc. in the first 2 years after Tony Bliar and co opted to allow them unrestricted access.The UK and Ireland were the only EU countries not to take advantage of the 5 year pause.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
09 September, 2017 17:59
Sober up Brian you sound more deluded than the family man.

Heaven help this country, not only is it run by fools, it gets the numpties blessing.

Death to religion, oh wait, try to kill them off they come back with Easter eggs.

Fools, fools and well, foolish idiots, thank @#$%& Theresa May ain't in real control.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Longsiders1882 (IP Logged)
13 September, 2017 12:20
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Nah then,I wonder who started this thread?
Oh yeah,Another remoaner.
If you've got something to say Shaun do it to my face not as some sort of hard keyboard warrior.

I left the board because of the awful mouthy bullies like BON and BC so if you are another who wants a go, do it when you next see me yeah?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
13 September, 2017 12:59
Handbags at ten paces time!

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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
13 September, 2017 16:33
Translation= totally disagreed with your views regarding the EU and whether we should leave or not.Few of the characters who have been part of this board over the years are the type who can be bullied and by your response clearly demonstrate you are of the same metal.Shy wall flower you are not.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
13 September, 2017 22:26
Good old Theresa trying to mislead people with her police wage example, conning @#$%&, like politicians the world over. Brexit won't fix problems, just move them from Brussels to Westminster.

And why should the police get highlighted for pay rises, they're not the poorest people in the land. If everyone were to get a 4% pay rise, the rich would receive more than the poor. United Kingdom my erse.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
14 September, 2017 00:04
Not nice Ricky. Jilts is true to himself and undeserving of ridicule. I disagree with his thinking but respectful of it.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
14 September, 2017 00:36
meh, imagine abuse from the easily offended one, I think he has an agenda.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Longsiders1882 (IP Logged)
14 September, 2017 12:02
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Translation= totally disagreed with your views regarding the EU and whether we should leave or not.Few of the characters who have been part of this board over the years are the type who can be bullied and by your response clearly demonstrate you are of the same metal.Shy wall flower you are not.

You give yourself too much credit BON - and I wasn't the one bullied, I just found your rhetoric unpleasant and ill informed.

But anyway - my post was aimed at Fulledge, who I know in real life and my point to him was to approach me rather than post on here where I very rarely venture these days and i'm sure he will next time we bump into each other.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
14 September, 2017 23:16
Genuinely happy to see you on here if only occasionally LS.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
fulledgelad (IP Logged)
14 September, 2017 23:26
It worked then (Sm12)

I also would be pleased to see you post more often Jonas.

I miss all the old regulars.



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Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
17 September, 2017 20:58
Good old Boris showing the truth about Brexit, a power struggle between political power crazy @#$%& and f all to do about the wellbeing of the British public.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
18 September, 2017 22:05
Sort of describes Corbyn and crew...........tell me what you want to here and I'll say it.In Out In Out shake it all about.Are they in or out ?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
19 September, 2017 08:48
Not really, Corbyn policies are for the wellbeing of the British people, the problem, the cost, how can we afford it? We can only afford it if we unite with the good people of other countries and fight the capitalist system which is causing poverty and hardship to billions of people around the globe. Brexit will be the same old, but done by our own London to us instead of Brussels.

@#$%& Boris running this country.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
20 September, 2017 14:53
Will Brexit mean British taxpayers won't have to pay for help to British terrorities that are tax havens in the hurricane torn Caribbean?

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
20 September, 2017 23:05
where would all those socialists stash their cash if we didn't help out. On a serious note, it is unbecoming to make such comments on the back of misery.The majority of those effected are very poor.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
21 September, 2017 12:58
Maybe leading remoaner Richard “Beardie” Branson can dip his hand in to his pocket to help out. Poor fellow was on the BBC looking sad as the hurricane had blown leaves all over his private island in the British Virgin Islands.

I do hope someone has started a fund raising page to help out billionaires whose holiday plans have been ruined by this hurricane. The ordinary people of the British Virgin Islands will not be able to rest until they know that Nectar Island has been fully re-landscaped and Branson can hold one of his rich celebrity shindigs on the lawns again.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
21 September, 2017 13:15
When natural disasters strike, GLOBAL money should be provided to bring the area back to a basic standard. Whether it be Florida, Mexico or anywhere else.

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Re: O/T EU Referendum
BC3 (IP Logged)
22 September, 2017 10:29
She's off to Florence, our useless PM, apparently to tell the great and good of the EU what we want from Brexit, in reality to explain the concessions we're prepared to make to them in order for them, pretty please, to give us a trade deal.

I expect, and hope, the response from the EU negotiating team will be a simple 'Nope', unsmiling blank stares and continuing intransigence on their part. Then it just might dawn on the cretinous Remoaners in charge of this process on our side, that the EU has only one aim in these so-called 'negotiations' and that is to cause the maximum disruption and harm to the UK economy 'pour encourager les autres' who might also be harbouring fancy ideas about abandoning their great superstate project. This is what will happen to you as well is the message they want to send.

So maybe at last today the message will get through to halfwits like May and Hammond that the EU is not interested in a deal, in fact they will use every means they can to ensure we don't get one, and we might at last start planning for a no deal scenario, which is what we should have been doing all along, because that's where we're heading. But this shambles is what you get when you leave Remoanians in charge of the process instead of people who actually want us out, it's all so predictable.

Or maybe I'm wrong, maybe the EU will become amenable to negotiation, accept that it's in everyone's best interests to work with us on a trade deal, and how we get along after Brexit, they may welcome May's concessions and attempts to get the process moving and agree to work with us, instead of against us, and pigs may fly.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
22 September, 2017 11:09
Oh dear the Brexiteers haven't half @#$%& up.
Imagine the EU telling Britain to @#$%& off.
No trade deal will mean British businesses closing, more austerity, higher taxes, what a mess the patriotic prats have created.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Brian O'Neil (IP Logged)
23 September, 2017 01:05
May and co are either halfwits, as you say BC, or exposing the true face of the EU for all the world to see.Either way any sensible organisation would prepare for WTO.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
23 September, 2017 05:28
No need to get all moody.

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Tick tock says the doomsday clock.

 
Re: O/T EU Referendum
Jilted (IP Logged)
23 September, 2017 09:48
FFS just when I thought the idiot couldn't get any more stupid ^^^^^
OYF, there's no better way to start your day than with a good old chuckle.

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