Brexit Schadenfreude; "I didn't realise THAT would happen when I voted Leave..."

A safe pair of hands.

 
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A safe pair of hands.

Scotland leaving the U.K......unlikely to happen. Wee Nikki didn’t get her post brexit bounce.

Significant damage to the U.K. economy...... hasn’t happened yet even though they said it would and all Mid to long term economic forecastes are quite clear that brexit won’t be an issue.

Northern Ireland leaving the U.K....unlikely to happen. Even the republicans don’t want to start paying for their health service.

Conservative party being destroyed......don’t hold a referendum and expect to survive if you’re not going to honour the result.

Jeremy Corbyn as PM.....as long as he’s democratically voted in I’m not too bothered as we can vote him out.........unless of course we decide to re hold GE until the correct result is returned
 
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Fuck me, did you swallow a dictionary for breakfast this morning?

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his mum opened for him before he went to school/college/uni this morning given his continual, immature white knighting of the euromafia. With the plethora of fallacious reasons, to wit,
1) The EU kept peace in Europe since WW2, which of course it didn't, it was a thing called NATO with several hundred thousand British & American troops based in Germany for most of this time, backed up with a viable nuclear deterrant.
2) It made it possible to travel around Europe without a visa. No it didn't, I and many on this site travelled extensively in Europe from the 1950's onwards and the only time I needed a visa was for the old DDR.
3) It gives lots of grants & money for various projects in the UK. Only a % of our massive contribution comes back here and only then for projects which some faceless, unelected commissar approves of. Much of the £billions we give them each year is creamed off for keeping the fat cats in Brussels in comfortable sinecures plus of course the £ billions lost by corruption.
4) We can have an influence in what they do. No we can't the vast majority of propositions put forward by the UK have been totally rejected by the EU. The EU parliament only votes on motions put forward by the unelected commissars without any discussion or debate by the MEP's.
Any person who believes that the EU, which NO ONE VOTED TO JOIN, we were asked only if we wanted to join the "common market" not the big brother state it has morphed into, is a democratic benign organisation is deluded AND/OR has a hidden reason (cash/material gain) to stay!!
 
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his mum opened for him before he went to school/college/uni this morning given his continual, immature white knighting of the euromafia. With the plethora of fallacious reasons, to wit,
1) The EU kept peace in Europe since WW2, which of course it didn't, it was a thing called NATO with several hundred thousand British & American troops based in Germany for most of this time, backed up with a viable nuclear deterrant.
2) It made it possible to travel around Europe without a visa. No it didn't, I and many on this site travelled extensively in Europe from the 1950's onwards and the only time I needed a visa was for the old DDR.
3) It gives lots of grants & money for various projects in the UK. Only a % of our massive contribution comes back here and only then for projects which some faceless, unelected commissar approves of. Much of the £billions we give them each year is creamed off for keeping the fat cats in Brussels in comfortable sinecures plus of course the £ billions lost by corruption.
4) We can have an influence in what they do. No we can't the vast majority of propositions put forward by the UK have been totally rejected by the EU. The EU parliament only votes on motions put forward by the unelected commissars without any discussion or debate by the MEP's.
Any person who believes that the EU, which NO ONE VOTED TO JOIN, we were asked only if we wanted to join the "common market" not the big brother state it has morphed into, is a democratic benign organisation is deluded AND/OR has a hidden reason (cash/material gain) to stay!!
1) My mother is dead.
2) What utter b#llocks you spout.
 
1) My mother is dead.
2) What utter b#llocks you spout.
Hmm … your reasoning is akin to much of our ill informed/educated youth of today, perhaps I should replace mother with carer or nurse, as for the reasoning, refute any of the claims I made!
So perhaps it is you & mentally ill creatures like the "deluded crustacean" that spouts the testicular garbage!!
 
Why do you make things up?[/QUOTE]
We're not keen on that.

Why do you make things up?
That is exactly why I asked the question, if we were still part of an EEC I doubt very much if any of this Brexit business would be going on, I for one, would be quite happy to jog along in an economic treaty. I became wary when the club showed it's political intentions. I am not making it up it is plain to see for all who pay attention.
Who is the Royal "we" by the way. You said "We're not keen on that", are you Roderick Stewart and can I claim my fiver?
 
="samain11, post: 9341704, member: 63907"]Why do you make things up?
That is exactly why I asked the question, if we were still part of an EEC I doubt very much if any of this Brexit business would be going on, I for one, would be quite happy to jog along in an economic treaty. I became wary when the club showed it's political intentions. I am not making it up it is plain to see for all who pay attention.
Who is the Royal "we" by the way. You said "We're not keen on that", are you Roderick Stewart and can I claim my fiver?[/QUOTE]


No I'm not but I feel noble, almost majestic, on occasion so perhaps I'm descended from King Edgar or someone.


You can have a quid.


Your other question; most remainers I would venture really like the idea of a politically coherent, economically cooperative, democratic and decent EU.


Most of us realise that it is very flawed, chiefly in the areas of democracy and direction of travel.


If TWPME (The worst prime minister ever) Cameron had managed to build a consensus out of what, we now see, was there - a consensus to trim the supranational federalist shit and get voters linked to policy- he would have got my vote.


I don't say that lightly. I'm a Labour member of pushing 30 years and I see the Tories as quite literally my enemy and the enemy of most English, Scottish and Irish people with deep rooted wickedness in what they do.


I wouldn't vote for the bastards at gunpoint.


And yet, the European project has the potential to make the world a better place to the extent that the ends would justify the means and I'd put an X by a Tory.


Jesus I can't believe I am typing this but it's true.
 
And you can't see the deep-rooted wickedness of those who have taken over the Labour party.....extraordinary.
 
And you can't see the deep-rooted wickedness of those who have taken over the Labour party.....extraordinary.
They're no longer the party of the working class and have transformed into the party of the woke middle class who're more concerned about the cost of their Spanish cleaner and coffee and pret.

Which party that champions the working blerk would allow millions of cheap EU unemployed migrants into the UK? That would cause wage stagnation and an erosion of terms and conditions, creating a massive rise in the gig economy and zero hour contracts.

Just like what happened.
 
They're no longer the party of the working class and have transformed into the party of the woke middle class who're more concerned about the cost of their Spanish cleaner and coffee and pret.

Which party that champions the working blerk would allow millions of cheap EU unemployed migrants into the UK? That would cause wage stagnation and an erosion of terms and conditions, creating a massive rise in the gig economy and zero hour contracts.

Just like what happened.
To be fair they're still the party of the non working underclass, it's just the likes of white van man they despise for trying to better themselves

Nothing new really, remember Aberfan where the Labour government took money from the relief fund and so from the workers they purported to support
 
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his mum opened for him before he went to school/college/uni this morning given his continual, immature white knighting of the euromafia. With the plethora of fallacious reasons, to wit,
1) The EU kept peace in Europe since WW2, which of course it didn't, it was a thing called NATO with several hundred thousand British & American troops based in Germany for most of this time, backed up with a viable nuclear deterrant.
2) It made it possible to travel around Europe without a visa. No it didn't, I and many on this site travelled extensively in Europe from the 1950's onwards and the only time I needed a visa was for the old DDR.
3) It gives lots of grants & money for various projects in the UK. Only a % of our massive contribution comes back here and only then for projects which some faceless, unelected commissar approves of. Much of the £billions we give them each year is creamed off for keeping the fat cats in Brussels in comfortable sinecures plus of course the £ billions lost by corruption.
4) We can have an influence in what they do. No we can't the vast majority of propositions put forward by the UK have been totally rejected by the EU. The EU parliament only votes on motions put forward by the unelected commissars without any discussion or debate by the MEP's.
Any person who believes that the EU, which NO ONE VOTED TO JOIN, we were asked only if we wanted to join the "common market" not the big brother state it has morphed into, is a democratic benign organisation is deluded AND/OR has a hidden reason (cash/material gain) to stay!!
I was cooking for the grandkids and dropped a tin of the stuff all over the floor.

That spelt disaster, I tell you.
 
Significant damage to the U.K. economy...... hasn’t happened yet even though they said it would and all Mid to long term economic forecastes are quite clear that brexit won’t be an issue
So one set of forecasts were incorrect, but you're sure that another set will be accurate?

I really hope it won't cause long-term harm to the UK, but I fear that it will.
 
Scotland leaving the U.K......unlikely to happen. Wee Nikki didn’t get her post brexit bounce.

Significant damage to the U.K. economy...... hasn’t happened yet even though they said it would and all Mid to long term economic forecastes are quite clear that brexit won’t be an issue.

Northern Ireland leaving the U.K....unlikely to happen. Even the republicans don’t want to start paying for their health service.

Conservative party being destroyed......don’t hold a referendum and expect to survive if you’re not going to honour the result.

Jeremy Corbyn as PM.....as long as he’s democratically voted in I’m not too bothered as we can vote him out.........unless of course we decide to re hold GE until the correct result is returned
Just replying so that this doesn't ever disappear.
 
I see the Tories as quite literally my enemy and the enemy of most English, Scottish and Irish people with deep rooted wickedness in what they do.
Examples?
 
That is exactly why I asked the question, if we were still part of an EEC I doubt very much if any of this Brexit business would be going on, I for one, would be quite happy to jog along in an economic treaty. I became wary when the club showed it's political intentions. I am not making it up it is plain to see for all who pay attention.
Who is the Royal "we" by the way. You said "We're not keen on that", are you Roderick Stewart and can I claim my fiver?

No I'm not but I feel noble, almost majestic, on occasion so perhaps I'm descended from King Edgar or someone.


You can have a quid.


1. Your other question; most remainers I would venture really like the idea of a politically coherent, economically cooperative, democratic and decent EU.


2. Most of us realise that it is very flawed, chiefly in the areas of democracy and direction of travel.


If TWPME (The worst prime minister ever) Cameron had managed to build a consensus out of what, we now see, was there - a consensus to trim the supranational federalist shit and get voters linked to policy- he would have got my vote.


3. I don't say that lightly. I'm a Labour member of pushing 30 years and I see the Tories as quite literally my enemy and the enemy of most English, Scottish and Irish people with deep rooted wickedness in what they do.


I wouldn't vote for the bastards at gunpoint.


4. And yet, the European project has the potential to make the world a better place to the extent that the ends would justify the means and I'd put an X by a Tory.


Jesus I can't believe I am typing this but it's true.[/QUOTE]
1. So would I.
2. It is not flawed at all. It knows where it is going, yet another murderous Socialist nightmare.
3. You really don't see that from Wilson on the Labour party has crapped all over the working class.
4. You need help if you truly believe that.
 
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