Brexit - The Final

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Having used/been treated with radioactive medicine my question was about something that lobster initially said could be past its shelf life by the time it got to Dover ;)

I did know the original figures were wrong.
Radioactive medicine is the kind of futuristic thing that seems perfect for me given my avatar pic :)
Captain Scarlet and Spectrum is a bit 1968. In my gang at primary school I was Captain Blue.

I could never work out whether I fancied Symphony or Rhapsody the most and so I decided to treat them all the same.
 
£39 Billion says the EU will strike off the doom and gloom of YellowHammer.
By the way, What would be affected on the EU part, Do we not trade with them more than they with us? I want to see their YellowHammer!
Also, what percentage of yellowhammer can be got elsewhere.

Cut a deal to make sure things that we need and things that they need move smoothly, Dangle the £39 Billion as a reminder.
Then make deals elsewhere, because we can.
The whole point of Brexit.

PS - If that paper is a sign of what we were singed up to without consent, The purveyors of Masstricht and Lisbon should be hunted down, stripped of assets and jailed!
 
Indeed, because it's not as though the creation of the EU and its constitutional form owes anything to the Second World War and it's not as though the EU itself ever talks in terms of its existence preventing another destructive European war, not to mention claiming credit for actually having done so.

The Second World War created modern Europe and it created modern Britain, the difference being that, apart from Cyprus and Malta, who didn't get a say in the matter, only Britain emerged from that period with its reputation enhanced. Everyone else was defeated, humiliated, guilty, or in some way tarnished by what they did or didn't do - the EU reflects that to a great degree, which is part of the reason it's coming under pressure as a new generation of Germans emerges which doesn't share the sense of guilt of its fathers and grandfathers.

A lot of people on this site have seen more than one war at first hand, including many that you're arguing with. Personally speaking, I don't feel the need to suffer because Mum got chased up Muswell Hill by a Buzz Bomb but I do feel the need to defend the idea of accountable government and the idea that the individual is protected from the arbitrary actions of state by the rule of law, which I believe to be the two finest constitutional innovations achieved by any society. Consequently, I have no compunction in challenging those who would replace the system we enjoy with a system which even the dumbest first year political science student understands to be a more limited form of democracy requiring far too many unelected and unaccountable individuals in positions of significant power.
We’ve all done operational tour. Although I don’t see how that should change your view of the EU. Brian Guy for instance (RIP) was pro-EU and said as much here before the referendum. With great foresight apparently because some of the stuff he said would caused by leaving appears to be in Yellowhammer.
 
You appear a tad upset. Tough shift? Nothing bad I hope.
I love this punchbag fixation of yours. Is it some sort of projection? I suppose getting regularely slapped round the nut by all and sundry whilst playing Mini Mouse Arts on top of your drug problems doesn't do you much good.
Got a worthwhile job yet, you lying failure.
 
I love this punchbag fixation of yours. Is it some sort of projection? I suppose getting regularely slapped round the nut by all and sundry whilst playing Mini Mouse Arts on top of your drug problems doesn't do you much good.
Got a worthwhile job yet, you lying failure.

Drug problems? How many prescription drugs do you chug down each day, you silly old fool.

Your best hope at making something of yourself is organ donation.
 
The well funded and well organised S4EU doing their bit for democracy. Good old George Sorros, bless him.

 
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How does that work for things with a limited shelf-life of a couple of days? Or such as Technetium-99m which has a shelf life of six hours and is imported from Europe? Apparently when there are delays at the tunnel, it does affect the ability of bringing it into the country btw - so you example of riots is probably not a good one.

Perhaps this is why a qualified medics should advise the government and not Jacob Rees-Mogg or random ARRSErs. Still according to History_Man this is a legacy concern and apparently we have built the manufacturing facilities over the past few months, or have started developing the infrastructure and specialist training so we can import it using flight.
Since your an Logistic knowledge and experience is somewhat limited...Have a listen.

Was it a Russian bot that Ian dale was talking to?
 
Since your an Logistic knowledge and experience is somewhat limited...Have a listen.

Was it a Russian bot that Ian dale was talking to?
I prefer to listen to medical experts and the governments own reports which say the french will start checks from day one.

And he still doesn’t refute the good doctor or any of the the peer articles that have been published.

Am I silly for believing experts and peer reviewed articles?
 
I prefer to listen to medical experts and the governments own reports. And he still doesn’t refute the good doctor or any of the the peer articles that have been published.
Well I can only surmise then that you are a dullard, I tend to listen to honest SME's, for Logistics about Logistics, just as I tend to listen to a doctor when i have a medical issue etc.

You seem determined in wanting too see the UK fail because of Brexit, much like feeble minority of the blackshirts many decades ago, who also shared a doctrine of a unified Europe. How did that work out for them.
 
Drug problems? How many prescription drugs do you chug down each day, you silly old fool.

Your best hope at making something of yourself is organ donation.
Silly old fool, eh. Maybe. But comfortably off, and not doing drugs, lots to look back on, and the futures so bright, I gotta wear shades, as someone once said. How's your future looking? Pension good? How long to get there? Will you get there? Got a bird yet? I mean a real one.
You're a real loser ain't you.
 
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Another of Claire Fox's interesting insights in to the contrasts of how the EU is portrayed and what goes on behind the scenes. I can understand why the Lib Dems like it...
Inside the rotten heart of the EU - UnHerd
A telling statement that, clearly shows the democratic deficit endemic within the EU from Claire Fox
Apparently, I – as an MEP – get a say on whether to endorse them, but it’s not exactly a free and fair election. There is no actual choice, for a start, just a chance to reject or query a pre-ordained list.
 
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Well I can only surmise then that you are a dullard, I tend to listen to honest SME's, for Logistics about Logistics, just as I tend to listen to a doctor when i have a medical issue etc.

You seem determined in wanting too see the UK fail because of Brexit, much like feeble minority of the blackshirts many decades ago, who also shared a doctrine of a unified Europe. How did that work out for them.
You still cannot grasp that a medical doctor is qualified to talk about the effect of supply chain disruption on erm, medical issues I see.
 
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Silly old fool, eh. Maybe. But comfortably off, and not doing drugs, lots to look back on, and the futures so bright, I gotta wear shades, as someone once said. How's your future looking? Pension good? How long to get there? Will you get there? Got a bird yet? I mean a real one.
You're a real loser ain't you.
You silly old fool.
 
This could go in the Brexit or Boris threads but Brexit is the common theme.

What if Dominic Cummings is right?

BY Andrew Willshire / 10 September 2019

What if Dominic Cummings is right? - Reaction
The requirement for strong central leadership in crises has been accepted for a long time - but it usually involves getting rid of the character who created the crisis in the first place. Now it could be argued that was Cameron and he is duly rid of. However, the crisis got worse under May, and she too is gone. The real question here is has the crises eased under Boris............I don't think so. So if it isn't Boris' doing, bye bye Dom.
 
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You still cannot grasp that a medical doctor is qualified to talk about the effect of supply chain disruption on erm, medical issues I see.
I'll quote the post as is, ten minutes from when I was distracted. The post I was going to quote was pretty offensive to my friend. Drop the personal attacks and learn to post what you will stand by first time.
 
I'll quote the post as is, ten minutes from when I was distracted. The post I was going to quote was pretty offensive to my friend. Drop the personal attacks and learn to post what you will stand by first time.

He started with the ad hom by saying calling me a dullard and a blackshirt because I have a better grasp of what is within someone’s expertise or not.

And as I’ve said before, whilst I think the result of the referendum should stand, if it is reversed I will take delight in watching the meltdowns on this thread.
 
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