What now for the EU ?

According to the articles (and my German boss) its for fuckwits who repeatedly break the law. As it concerns covid it make sense to keep them separate from other detention centres.

They are not dragging people out of their houses and locking them up for fun.
They weren't doing it for fun the last time. They were really f****** serious.
 
Yet!

No actually, my point is not about the reasoning behind it, which is perfectly plausible. My concern is with the political tin-ear that somehow thinks opening detention centres for those that disobey the civil authorities on matters relating to their freedoms under the constitution (As they see it), is going to work out just fine and not turned against the government. We are talking about detention for the disobedient in Germany. That is a PR disaster from the first minute.

When you further consider which demographic is likely to form the majority of the inmates, there will be parallels drawn with the Chinese Uighur in 0.01mS, by those with an interest in such Agitprop.

A phenomenally bad idea.
They are talking about detaining ********* who refuse to obey covid laws.

Is it a far better idea is to say, don't worry, keep spreading covid, because we won't really sanction you?

Id suggest a bigger disaster is to let your citizens die because a minority of fucktards keep breaking the rules.
 
It’s not a tariff.

Do you think that the possible lack of your understanding is that you don’t know your arse from your elbow!

No it’s not but it is extra costs trading with the EU.

The spirit of the announcement of the deal was that we would continue trading with the EU without incurring any extra costs.

Call those costs tariffs or anything else that you care to label them.

That’s not happening is it Einstein!
 
No it’s not but it is extra costs trading with the EU.

The spirit of the announcement of the deal was that we would continue trading with the EU without incurring any extra costs.

Call those costs tariffs or anything else that you care to label them.

That’s not happening is it Einstein!

Would it be a great achievement if it was Sir Kier and Labour calling the same shots instead of Boris grrrr and his Little Lord Fauntleroy millionaires of the evil Tory Party?
 
Which it seems they've already 'repurposed'.

'For decades, they have traipsed around the outer reaches of Schengen, almost reluctantly adorning blue armbands as a failed semblance of homogeneity, of unity. Bearing no official dress, they have worn the standard issue outfits of their national authorities, which have ranged in cut and cloth, in colour and weight.

'This week, the EU’s border agency, Frontex, announced they have developed an EU ‘uniform,’ rendering the above distinctions void and contributing to the formation of a singular and consistent symbolic regime, the likes of which the bloc has never before seen. It is the EU’s first ever uniform.'



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Would it be a great achievement if it was Sir Kier and Labour calling the same shots instead of Boris grrrr and his Little Lord Fauntleroy millionaires of the evil Tory Party?

Who knows?!
 
Poor old Parisians. Before you know it, they'll be begging us for some of our post-brexit twigs and our package holidays in Dunstable.
You jest , but when we truly become a low tax , off shore banking haven , they'll be over here in droves to park their Euros .
 
Additional charges imposed by couriers aren't tariffs, and companies are free to use couriers who offer better rates.

I have just gone back on all my internet orders from the UK for the last three months of 2020 and compared them with ordering online today.
Nearly all have put a quid or two on top for postage and delivery, for example Twinings will still deliver to us at the same unit price as before, but the delivery is now £16.76 not £15.82.
A small price to pay and absolutely no mention of tariffs anywhere from any of them that we regularly use.
Across a wide range of stuff that we both buy, not just food and drink.
 
No it’s not but it is extra costs trading with the EU.

So you agree it’s not a tariff despite initially attempting to enrage by posting it was a tariff.

The spirit of the announcement of the deal was that we would continue trading with the EU without incurring any extra costs.

Spirit? My what absolute horse trot you peddle. Let’s stick with facts, which in this case is the deal that has been reached, which includes a deal on tariffs. It does not say and can never say that extra costs wont be incurred.

You say you run your own business. Have your admin costs changed since you started? Have new regulations come into force requiring you to change and affecting costs.

We would be in a damn site worse position if we had stayed in the EU, had to pay £100Bn+ for the great EU COVID project and have a deeper hole in our economy, little vaccination and no light at the end of the tunnel.

Call those costs tariffs or anything else that you care to label them.

I’ll call them admin costs, because that’s what they are, I expect remainers like you to call then the devil.

Do you still live in the UK?
 
No it’s not but it is extra costs trading with the EU.

The spirit of the announcement of the deal was that we would continue trading with the EU without incurring any extra costs.

Call those costs tariffs or anything else that you care to label them.

That’s not happening is it Einstein!
Costs added by the courier are not tariffs.

And they are not covered by any free trade agreement. You know this, but continue to argue the point because Boris Grrr and Brexit Grrr.
 

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Which it seems they've already 'repurposed'.

'For decades, they have traipsed around the outer reaches of Schengen, almost reluctantly adorning blue armbands as a failed semblance of homogeneity, of unity. Bearing no official dress, they have worn the standard issue outfits of their national authorities, which have ranged in cut and cloth, in colour and weight.

'This week, the EU’s border agency, Frontex, announced they have developed an EU ‘uniform,’ rendering the above distinctions void and contributing to the formation of a singular and consistent symbolic regime, the likes of which the bloc has never before seen. It is the EU’s first ever uniform.'



an armed paramilitary force of a non established state actor?
can we try them as franc-tireurs?

 

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