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  • #1098213

    IF

    Saudi Arabia win the World Cup,

    I will eat my hat !

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    #1098219

    Well, alfie, your if proved right in this instance. Safe bet.

    And it’s becoming a safe bet that Brexit, which is in the process of getting totally bolloxed up, is on the countdown.

    With effectively 3 months to go for a deal, the government can’t get it together, can they? They face one of the toughest negotiating teams in the world, and Arron banks can’t pull the wool over their eyes. He isn’t going to lead them up the  garden path, or lie his head off, as he boasted.

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    Countdown continues….

    We are the laughing stock of Europe!

    #1098228

    Sorry, I wasn’t referriong to you personally, QE.

    I meant that the British people are in deep trouble with the bollocks being made of brexit.

    I note that you resort to personal insult rather than answer the point made about terms of trade, rather than .

    I once taught Economics – I got it from basic economics textbooks.

    I have some blogs forced on me in my FB, but don’t follow blogs if I can help it,

    The only thing ” in trouble ” is your old ticker getting to grips with all these bizarre hypothetical scenarios of ifs and maybes you conjure up like a rabbit from Paul Daniels hat.

    #1098229

    As for plan B, do you have a plan B incase a “storm” blows your house down killing you as you sleep etc etc?

    Actually, a less misleading image concerns someone who decided to burn down their house to rid himself of pesky neighbours, looking a a big Union Jack signifying a lovely house around the corner where you can live alone..I would want a Plan B, just in case the new place turns out to be a leaky shack, or even just a Union Jack.

    I am not saying that Brexit won’t be a success – just wondering what your plans are in case it turns out to be a failure.

    Just blithely leaving your house because somene is leading you up the garden path seems a pretty stupid way of livign your life if you don’t have an alternative.

    If it goes wrong – terribly wrong – and I do say IF – then I say rejoin the EU. It is perfectly possible, and they’d welcome as as an asset, but if you are so frightened of that then propose an alternative.

    Stop shying away from a basic common sense question.

    Your post doesn’t make sense, what are you asking? What’s the plan if it goes ” terribly wrong ” lol?  Define terribly wrong and show some evidence leaving the EU will be harmful contrary to saving the tax payer a fortune contributing to a failing corrupt organisation unfit for purpose.

    #1098230

    I bet sceptical is blast at parties

    What if the balloons have toxic cyanide gas in them

    What if the clown is a serial killer

    What if one of the children at the party is a young adolf hitler reincarnation/ spawn of satan second coming

    What if a freak gust of wind blows poor little tommy onto a trapeze balancing psychotic ballerina holding a steak knife

    Get a grip man ffs

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    #1098231

    I think Scep would be top lad at a party – he has passionate views.

    He might be shit at dance cunting but he can own most people on here.

     

    BTW DRUNK call hugs111

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    a few rather simple looks at the situation. in reality  it is becoming clear that we will stay in EU economic zone ( having  to pay dearly to do so) but have no voting rights or say in how it’s run etc   sort on no win situation but essentially remainers winning in a way but will still whinge as when having no say etc blaming. Brexit folks.  actually irrelevant the details as  all parties are agreed on a fudge .sort of paying lip service to democracy ( voted to leave) whilst in reality. staying under a different label.

    MP’s in etc main  enjoy EU benefits and are  also responding to business demands to stay ( cheap labour .more profits etc) media also biased.   Cameron and others were so far out of touch with electorate they only held referendum as they thought it would be a resounding yes! ( he has admitted that) and despite promising to ‘lead’ Uk whichever way it went . almost instantly resigned when he didn’t get result he wanted. only good thing so far is  no further referendums !  ( Ireland had to vote 3 times before it voted  ‘correctly’ )  as to  soem MP’s still arguing there constituents voted to remains so will fight to overturn referendum.. thats as they want to stay elected as MP’s and NOT to represent. democracy ( most of those are in areas where very high immigration is and will of course be reflected views of a smaller section of society with a vested interest in staying under EU .human rights.no immigration number limits etc)  :unsure:  anyway. we all had. a say for once ..government has made it clear NO more referendums will be allowed ( democracy frightens them)  and house of Lords has made it clear  it wants a soft Brexit ..so soft we actually  just change label on door from member  to  associate .( as before. we still pay .obey but no say)  :cry:

    #1098239

    the savings are negated by everything costing more

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    #1098240

    On the ball, as usual, paigey.

    Unlike these people who follow the arron banks strategy of lying your head off and leading people up the garden path.

    a few rather simple looks at the situation. in reality it is becoming clear that we will stay in EU economic zone ( having to pay dearly to do so) but have no voting rights or say in how it’s run etc sort on no win situation but essentially remainers winning in a way but will still whinge as when having no say etc blaming. Brexit folks. actually irrelevant the details as all parties are agreed on a fudge .sort of paying lip service to democracy ( voted to leave) whilst in reality. staying under a different label.

    MP’s in etc main enjoy EU benefits and are also responding to business demands to stay ( cheap labour .more profits etc) media also biased. Cameron and others were so far out of touch with electorate they only held referendum as they thought it would be a resounding yes! ( he has admitted that) and despite promising to ‘lead’ Uk whichever way it went . almost instantly resigned when he didn’t get result he wanted. only good thing so far is no further referendums ! ( Ireland had to vote 3 times before it voted ‘correctly’ ) as to soem MP’s still arguing there constituents voted to remains so will fight to overturn referendum.. thats as they want to stay elected as MP’s and NOT to represent. democracy ( most of those are in areas where very high immigration is and will of course be reflected views of a smaller section of society with a vested interest in staying under EU .human rights.no immigration number limits etc) :unsure: anyway. we all had. a say for once ..government has made it clear NO more referendums will be allowed ( democracy frightens them) and house of Lords has made it clear it wants a soft Brexit ..so soft we actually just change label on door from member to associate .( as before. we still pay .obey but no say) :cry:

    Thanks for a reasoned argument, justH.

    I really don’t know what the outcome will be. It’s on a knife-edge, and that’s just within Britain. It’s going to be on a knife-edge within Britain for quite a while, maybe right up to ‘Independence(haha) Day’, and the turmoil will continue for several years.

    It’s  the most important decision we’ve all made, and the disgraceful campaign for leaving the EU left everyone totally confused about just what it means.

    Really, anything could happen, from a crash-out Brexit to a third vote by the people, this time on the deal.

     

     

     

    #1098244

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    On the ball, as usual, paigey. Unlike these people who follow the arron banks strategy of lying your head off and leading people up the garden path.

    Here he is, the white middle class liberal snowflake lavishing fake praise on anyone who happens to share some of his views. It’s good to see other people posting, it’s just a shame you drag them univited into your board sh*ttery.

    :good:

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