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16 minutes ago, I1L2T3 said:

Well done Brexiters.

 

Muppets

Wow! 

Keep the insults coming...,🙄

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5 minutes ago, Lockdoctor said:

 

Hilarious.  Let's pretend no airlines every went bust before the democratic UK people voted to leave the EU. 

Certainly none, in part, as a result of Brexit :?:loopy:

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Reading some of these posts is likened to reading the Viz comic. Us and them, remoaners and brextremists, etc etc.

This is exactly how our politicians are dealing with it too. 

Whats most sickening of all is the notion that we have voted these people in to carry out the duties that it's people want. If a party wins leadership by a small margin then they get into cahoots with another party to get themselves into office. That's democracy. The leave vote won the referendum by a small margin and was pretty much what was wanted on the day yet these clowns in office can't seem to put this decision into practice. Minions like us can argue till we are blue in the face, no matter which camp we are in, and yet our leaders are doing exactly the same, the difference being we can only discuss it whereas these clowns  in charge have the power to implement it, yet are more concerned with arguing it over and over again for their own beliefs, which frankly shouldn't be the way forward. This wasn't a party vote it was a united vote and should have been implemented by a united leadership. 

Add those idiots arguing amongst themselves in parliament and the idiots doing the same in social circles and you get a real picture of what a real joke this country is, and I love my country but have never been so embarrassed at this total shambolic worldwide joke that we have become.

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28 minutes ago, Lockdoctor said:

 

Hilarious.  Let's pretend no airlines every went bust before the democratic UK people voted to leave the EU. 

Or let's accept that Brexit is speeding up the number of companies going under

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1 hour ago, WiseOwl182 said:

Do you read anything other than the Guardian?

The lefty , liberals also read the socialist worker . 

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22 minutes ago, mafya said:

Wow! 

Keep the insults coming...,🙄

We've tried reasoned arguments with the beleavers, we've asked for evidence about their claims...

When asked to back the remainers claims up, evidence has been provided, but it feels like a one way street.

 

When nothing else works, you have to try and find some way to engage them...

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42 minutes ago, I1L2T3 said:

Well done Brexiters.

 

Muppets

companies go belly up all the time. Their customers, and probably their staff will be swallowed up by their rivals anyway . No need for the Remoaners to get their knickers in a twist. 

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Why do I feel like I'm living in a disaster movie, where we are slowly edging our way forward into the abyss?

 

Many Brexiteers have stated, it's not about money it's about the principles, and they'll accept being worse off.  Will they also accept poorer services from the NHS, less teachers and police, weaker armed forces, a smaller pension and even more homeless on our streets? These are the real consequences of Brexit.

 

I find the sense of entitlement that some Brexiteers hold to be bewildering.  One thing and one thing only holds clout when negotiating trade deals, and that is power. We are throwing away the power get the best the trade deals with China and the US as equals, confident that our demands will be met, and instead want to rely upon previous achievements to make our way in the world.

 

It's telling that so many countries are refusing to roll over our current EU trade deals, and want to renegotiate them. They know that we are in a far worse negotiating position, and want to take advantage of it. To make matters worse, the UK is now perceived as being unreliable, unable to stick to our agreements, and libel to want to want to come back in six months to renegotiate when the reality hits home.

 

The cherry topping off my angst, is the current state of the Labour party.

 

The biggest issue in living memory and they do not have a coherent policy to approach it. All they seem worried about, is how whatever stance they make could effect their chances at the next General Election. Does Corbyn really believe they should be striving  to become the captain of the Titanic after it's hit the iceberg, rather than working hard to help it avoid the iceberg altogether?

 

The sad truth is that we have two backward looking parties running our Parliament.  One wants to take us back to the 1950s the other wants to take us back to the 1970s. I've always said the biggest price we've paid for our Empire is that we will forever seem to be a backward looking nation, always trying to recreate what we once were, rather than looking to the future challenge of adapting to an ever changing world.

Edited by JFKvsNixon
Spelling as usual.

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7 minutes ago, JFKvsNixon said:

Will they also accept poorer services from the NHS, less teachers and police, weaker armed forces, a smaller pension and even more homeless on our streets? These are the real consequences of Brexit.

This is the entire problem. Wherever you got this information from and whoever thought it right and proper to put it in the public domain is the entire problem with the whole mess.

I won't ask for sources and links to this as whatever or wherever it came from is most likely the same place as the Brexit camps alleged reasons too.

Sensational proclamations from people who cannot predict the outcome as it will be a completely brand new scenario.

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42 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

The lefty , liberals also read the socialist worker . 

Do you like looking at the pictures in the Express Peni?

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1 hour ago, Lockdoctor said:

 

Hilarious.  Let's pretend no airlines every went bust before the democratic UK people voted to leave the EU. 

 

1 hour ago, Penistone999 said:

companies go belly up all the time. Their customers, and probably their staff will be swallowed up by their rivals anyway . No need for the Remoaners to get their knickers in a twist. 

yet brexit IS pushing struggling companies over the edge, and it was completely avoidable

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3 hours ago, Lockdoctor said:

 

Hilarious.  Let's pretend no airlines every went bust before the democratic UK people voted to leave the EU. 

The muppets comments is directed towards our politicians just to be clear.

 

And that includes Corbyn

2 hours ago, Penistone999 said:

companies go belly up all the time. Their customers, and probably their staff will be swallowed up by their rivals anyway . No need for the Remoaners to get their knickers in a twist. 

Stop defending the mess our politicians are causing

 

It’s insane

Edited by I1L2T3

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