What now for the EU ?

The vaccine programme in this country has been outstanding and far and away better than The EU equivalent, no doubt about that.

When this comes to its natural conclusion however, the only thing that people will look at, is how many people died and how badly in debt are we. Not who got the vaccines out the quickest.

The vaccine programme isn’t a thing in itself, it’s a means to lowering the deaths and getting us economically productive again.
 
The vaccine programme in this country has been outstanding and far and away better than The EU equivalent, no doubt about that.

When this comes to its natural conclusion however, the only thing that people will look at, is how many people died and how badly in debt are we. Not who got the vaccines out the quickest.

The vaccine programme isn’t a thing in itself, it’s a means to lowering the deaths and getting us economically productive again.

You get a disagree for saying the vaccine program isn't a thing in itself. IMHO the covid response & vaccine rollout served as a tool to measure how dynamic our government and its departments were in extremis.
 
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Given the current EU form, they'd come up with a simple id system involving fabric stars worn on the clothing.....small yellow stars.


Hmm... surely that could be the start of a much wider scheme by the EU to identify other dissidents ... a bit like this from a few years ago ....


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The vaccine programme in this country has been outstanding and far and away better than The EU equivalent, no doubt about that.

When this comes to its natural conclusion however, the only thing that people will look at, is how many people died and how badly in debt are we. Not who got the vaccines out the quickest.

The vaccine programme isn’t a thing in itself, it’s a means to lowering the deaths and getting us economically productive again.
What a lovely Boris Grrr ;)
 

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The vaccine programme in this country has been outstanding and far and away better than The EU equivalent, no doubt about that.

When this comes to its natural conclusion however, the only thing that people will look at, is how many people died and how badly in debt are we. Not who got the vaccines out the quickest.

The vaccine programme isn’t a thing in itself, it’s a means to lowering the deaths and getting us economically productive again.



Is that Policeperson speak for
'We've been self isolating in our stations for a year now and demand special vaccine privileges so we can get back to annoying motorists'?
 
Not going anywhere trust me. The logical way would be for the batch sticker to be placed in a valid Passport If you wish to travel, but the EU are already bleating about those who elect not to have the jab and how you would allow them to travel, that would be a two tier system. FoM movement comes down to what it always was, a conditional concept- just Brussels will not tear up Lisbon. Ferkin Idiots.
Travel is already a two tier system; if you elect not to have a passport (with ‘all your data’ digitally encoded) your travel options are already limited. A valid vaccine sticker is just more of the same.
 
Yet more harmony in the not so unified EU, seen on the morning news the Austrian Prime Minister, Sebastian Kurz, announced that Austria and Denmark are seeking to co-operate with Israel in combating Covid 19, they've had enough of the EU generated running goat f*ck. You leave the losers behind and side with the winners.
Ushi, are you listening to this?
 
Seemingly France has even more problems Leaked Intelligence Report: 150 French Neighborhoods 'Held' By Islamists
snip "A leaked classified document from the French internal security service, the General Directorate for Internal Security (DGSI), has claimed that as many as 150 neighbourhoods across France are “held” by Islamist radicals.
The confidential DGSI report maps out the 150 different neighbourhoods which consist of the notorious Seine-Saint-Denis no-go suburbs of Paris, the suburbs of Lyon and Marseille, all of which have had longstanding issues with radical Islam, newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche reports.
According to the paper, the report also lists the commune of Maubeuge along the Belgian border in the north of France, highlighting the fact that the Union of French Muslim Democrats (UDMF), a Muslim political party, reached as high as 40 per cent in polls and noted, “the situation is alarming."
 
The biggest problem with Japan is that the streets are complex and all the signs are in Japanese so there's no wriggle room if you get lost. Yokohama at four in the morning isn't for the faint hearted.
I'm a cranky old Yank, in a clanky old tank,
On the streets of Yokohama with my Fujiyama Mama,
Doin' those beat-o, beat-o, flat on my seat-oh
Hirohito Blues
 
These people have gone full Tonto:


"The mantra of Brexit was “take back control” but the Brits’ departure from Brussels means they risk relinquishing their grip on one of their most precious assets: the English language."

Has anyone mentioned Pidgin English to them? They even have their own BBC channel. That is what they are seeking to emulate.
Hilarious.
 
These people have gone full Tonto:


"The mantra of Brexit was “take back control” but the Brits’ departure from Brussels means they risk relinquishing their grip on one of their most precious assets: the English language."

Has anyone mentioned Pidgin English to them? They even have their own BBC channel. That is what they are seeking to emulate.
Hilarious.

Time to start opening Esperanto academies across the EU.
 

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These people have gone full Tonto:


"The mantra of Brexit was “take back control” but the Brits’ departure from Brussels means they risk relinquishing their grip on one of their most precious assets: the English language."

Has anyone mentioned Pidgin English to them? They even have their own BBC channel. That is what they are seeking to emulate.
Hilarious.

I read this earlier - they're the ravings of some obscure Swedish academic and even senior EU officials involved in translation think he's away with the fairies.

It's a bit of a shame really, because this initiative would create an EU English to add to the US form, making it even more of a linguistic minefield and further expanding the opportunities for the casual humiliation of foreigners that is the genius of our race.
 
I read this earlier - they're the ravings of some obscure Swedish academic and even senior EU officials involved in translation think he's away with the fairies.

It's a bit of a shame really, because this initiative would create an EU English to add to the US form, making it even more of a linguistic minefield and further expanding the opportunities for the casual humiliation of foreigners that is the genius of our race.
I think a good idea would be to start a rumour that the EU favours the Canadian version of Ffrench.......
 

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