Exactly, bisexual==greedy or "any hole's a goal"When asked about sex I would just write "Yes, please!"
My advice is simply manipulate the system until it becomes obvious it's broken, I always identify as Bisexual on forms because it gives me a protected characteristic instead of being an old white hetro...
Channel surfing last night had me stumble upon GB news for the first time, which I gave ten minutes, enough to hear Lembit Opik on the couch talking about the EU.
To my surprise, he said the attitude of the EU in all their dealings with UK and others since the referendum have shown their true colours, and has turned him from Remain voting, pro EU, to being firmly set against them.
Possibly the first talking head I've heard voice a change of opinion.
interesting. Despite the synergies of the histories of Britain France and Poland, lets not forget that Cameron triggered a referendum that hasn't happened yet in Poland. It's quite possible that the Poles didn't have quite the same legal framework for joining the EU as we inherited under the TFEU. Either way Poland leaving the bloc could be bad move for the EU and if they use money as the means of alienating Poland, I'm sure vlad would be only to willing to oblige. The fact that the EU has stuffed it's courts with political appointees is no different to Poland in that respect. Plain fact is I don't see the Poles giving in and I don't see what else Eu can do that will alter that.
Oi vey, they’ll be calling her Empress next.I think that several other countries currently in the EU are also more than a little disenchanted with the corrupt ponzi scheme and are watching any outcome with great interest and if Poland succeeds in getting their way, others would be quick to follow, hence the desperate attempts by VDL to crush any dissent!!
They should rename it The Court of European Justice. And perhaps put inverted commas around the word "justice"It appears that the EU and the ECJ think that the EU can do whatever it likes and isn't subject to treaties or 'international law'. Why is the UK the 2nd largest financial centre in the world? How did a damp island off the coast of Europe create the largest empire ever seen? One of the reasons: the rule of law.
Looks like the EU is fúcked.
Is the European Court of Justice (ECJ) a properly independent court? The damning verdict of two respected EU law academics on an episode involving the ECJ suggests it is not. This debacle also undermines the EU's legal criticisms of Hungary and Poland – and raises worrying questions about how...www.spectator.co.uk