Brexit - Part 12

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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby Roy Twing » Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:09 pm

[quote="kancutlawns"]You’re now posting a tweet from that fucking bitch. This renders anything you post from now as utterly worthless. Whataboutary, obfuscation, lying and inflating figures which bare no relevance at all to what you claim to bang the drum about.[/quote]

Ralph - you criticised someone else for whataboutery- the above post is the very essence of the genre.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby kancutlawns » Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:16 pm

Katie Hopkins is a piece of scum who doesn’t even have any credibility amongst the majority of pondlife who supported her years ago. Mr Heenan reposted a tweet from that disgusting individual. Where was my whataboutary, Roy and why do you throw that accusation about with impunity? It’s losing its novelty.

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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby Hillman avenger » Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:23 pm

Devon Devon

And the Liverpool fans are to blame for Hillsborough. South Yorkshire police are completely innocent

Your posts are getting beyond irritating to being deeply offensive.

If that remark about Hillsborough is meant in some ironic way,make that clear. If it is intended as a genuine comment,it renders utterly worthless your judgements in anything else you have written here.

As for the yellow vests, i knew about all that. 80-90% of my news comes via the BBC. So your basic premise fails, as does your view that they are about the EU, as their arguments are about French government policy. Indeed that fact demonstrates that the alleged Brussels domination of its member governments is yet another myth.

And finally, fuck right off.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby Devondevon » Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:24 pm

Hired thugs from the EU maiming and killing Yellow Vest protestors.


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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby PG30 » Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:30 pm

Devondevon wrote:Hired thugs from the EU maiming and killing Yellow Vest protestors.



Did you just post something with two retweets as proof?

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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby paolo » Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:18 am

that nasty little midget cunt bercow

a real fucking danger

he needs cooke-ing
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby AlcoholBrazil » Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:25 am

Hillman avenger wrote:Talkforum has acquired a new nutter


Says the constructive debater.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby AlcoholBrazil » Wed Aug 14, 2019 7:27 am

paolo wrote:that nasty little midget cunt bercow

a real fucking danger

he needs cooke-ing


And like the BBC making a mockery of the word impartial.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby shabbado » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:27 am

Phil Hammond dropping truth bombs in his times piece today.

The arch leaver who wants no part of a No Deal Brexit. Correctly stating that No Deal wasn't what Vote Leave meant 3 years ago.

He's also spot on about England turning (it's already turned, let's be honest) into an inward looking, little Britain type country.

Now he's being seen as some sort of remoaner turncoat traitor to the hard Brexit, blitz spirit zealots that have taken over the Brexit cause.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby shabbado » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:31 am

From Hammond's article

So those of us who desperately want to believe this Conservative prime minister is committed to negotiating a deal that will protect our future prosperity need to see evidence that it is happening soon. Because no-deal is not an acceptable outcome and after three weeks in which the government’s narrative has gone more or less unchallenged, it is time for us to explain why — by busting two great myths.

The first is that to reject a no-deal exit is somehow to challenge the expressed will of the British people. It is not. In 2016 the British people were invited to vote for a Brexit with a deal, and by a small margin they did so. They were told that a deal to protect Britain’s trade with the EU — our largest export market by far — would be “easy” to do. To pretend now that 2016 Leave voters voted for a hard no-deal Brexit is a total travesty of the truth. As the BBC’s “reality check” had to remind Dominic Raab, now the foreign secretary, the possibility of no-deal was not “regularly raised” during the referendum campaign. Michael Gove put it best in March this year when he said: “We didn’t vote to leave without a deal. That wasn’t the message of the campaign I helped lead”.

Now before the slavering months start screeching 'We voted for No Deal'......no you fucking didn't. Stop spraying spittle and put your tounge back in your mouth.

'So let’s be clear: as things stand today there is no popular mandate for a no-deal Brexit and no parliamentary mandate for one either. The hardliners may make the most noise but they are not the most numerous. Most people in this country want to see us leave in a smooth and orderly fashion that will not disrupt lives, cost jobs or diminish living standards, whether they voted Leave or Remain in 2016. Parliament faithfully reflects the view of that majority and it will make its voice heard. No-deal would be a betrayal of the 2016 referendum result. It must not happen.'

I can see the Gammoning intensifying after reading that
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby shabbado » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:34 am

More from Hammond

The second myth that needs busting is that a no-deal exit will be painless. Some key figures in the government have even absurdly suggested that it will make us better off fiscally and economically. It won’t. The central tenet of the hardliners’ position is that Britain will mitigate the economic effect of trade barriers with the EU through trade deals with third countries. But all credible economic analysis shows that the losses will far exceed the potential benefits. And when our American friends talk about doing a “great trade deal”, they mean a trade deal that is great for America — one that opens the UK’s food market to American agricultural produce, produced to American standards, in a move that will destroy British agriculture. Even then, the powerful Irish-American caucus has warned clearly that Congress will not allow a trade deal if a no-deal Brexit puts the open Irish border at risk.

But it isn’t just the economic cost of no deal that should concern us. It is equally the threat to our precious Union: the clear risk that a no-deal exit will collapse the fragile peace settlement in Northern Ireland and lead ultimately to a border poll, and the inevitability that a change in the status of Northern Ireland would lead to a further referendum in Scotland and the likely break-up of the UK. So, far from being a powerful independent United Kingdom making its voice heard on the world stage, the reality would be a diminished and inward-looking little England, inexorably squeezed between the emerging economic power blocs.

So it’s time for our government to demonstrate its commitment to a genuine negotiation with the EU to achieve a deal that will maintain Britain’s trade with its nearest neighbours, protect British jobs and ensure our future prosperity. The clock is ticking.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby Steve Hunt » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:35 am

paolo wrote:that nasty little midget cunt bercow

a real fucking danger

he needs cooke-ing



Brexit (of any form) ain't gonna happen. paolo.

Not with this Parliament anyway.

Autumn election a dead cert.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby Zambo » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:38 am

shabbado wrote:Phil Hammond dropping truth bombs in his times piece today.

The arch leaver who wants no part of a No Deal Brexit. Correctly stating that No Deal wasn't what Vote Leave meant 3 years ago.

He's also spot on about England turning (it's already turned, let's be honest) into an inward looking, little Britain type country.

Now he's being seen as some sort of remoaner turncoat traitor to the hard Brexit, blitz spirit zealots that have taken over the Brexit cause.


The referendum was Leave or Remain, not Deal or No Deal. If anyone wanted that they should have contacted Noel Edmonds.
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Re: Brexit - Part 12

Postby Zambo » Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:39 am

Steve Hunt wrote:
paolo wrote:that nasty little midget cunt bercow

a real fucking danger

he needs cooke-ing



Brexit (of any form) ain't gonna happen. paolo.

Not with this Parliament anyway.

Autumn election a dead cert.

After we have left.
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