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03-16-2019, 02:28 PM
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And George Gallaway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8cF93B58Vw
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03-16-2019, 02:37 PM (This post was last modified: 03-16-2019 02:39 PM by dbeyat45.)
Post: #2
RE: brexit
(03-16-2019 02:28 PM)mucky Wrote:  And George Gallaway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8cF93B58Vw

That lays the cards on the table. Bravo George. I liked his references to a "rich man's club" which is what the EU has evolved to be, just has the UN become a socialists' club.

Get stuck in ..... Tongue

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03-16-2019, 03:17 PM
Post: #3
RE: brexit
The man can speechify! I don't really understand a lot about Brexit but geeeeze, "wot he said!"

I get why so many want out of it, I would too! It's a matter of going to hell in your own hand basket or being carried there in someone else's. I'm pretty sure I'd have voted 'OUT' even though my head said otherwise.

Out of interest I heard an interesting short commentary the other day that there are signs the world is over globalism and the indicators show we're all starting to turn back to "tribalism".

Good thing if his figures and assessments were right. There is certainly a different mood in the air than the one of even a decade ago. Back then globalism looked to be a shining goal where all could be governed equally and all that lefty pixie fantasy. But people are seeing now that it is merely another form of oppression. which it is.

The same elite who controlled the wealth and orchestrated the wars are now in the halls of the UN instead of the Palaces ...surprise lefties. Same people, different propaganda. If we're going to wars we may as well make them our own wars. We're tired of fighting other peoples' .. but we don't have an EU to exit do we?

I was gratified to hear Galloway allude to the shameful way the UK dumped we "colonials" into the orphanage when it got into bed with Europe.
Am I the only one who still resents that? Does anyone else enjoy watching the UK squirm over this EU thing?
... maybe it's just my Irish DNA?.
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03-16-2019, 04:32 PM
Post: #4
RE: brexit
Once again, we see people not happy with the YES vote in 2016 to leave the EU.
Sure, it was marginal but it was a YES !
But...... the NO wankers are still jumping up & down two years later demanding a re-vote !
When is a win going to be a win ?.....
or do they just want to keep going and demanding another referendum until the right referendum decision is achieved ?

How would you feel if Labor won the next federal elections and the Liberal camp screamed, "we wuz robbed" and demanded another election ?
I rest my case 'yer 'onour !
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03-16-2019, 05:34 PM
Post: #5
RE: brexit
(03-16-2019 04:32 PM)terra Wrote:  Once again, we see people not happy with the YES vote in 2016 to leave the EU.
Sure, it was marginal but it was a YES !
But...... the NO wankers are still jumping up & down two years later demanding a re-vote !
When is a win going to be a win ?.....
or do they just want to keep going and demanding another referendum until the right referendum decision is achieved ?

YES .. that's exactly what they want.
Just like the snowflakes in America. It's only democratic when they win.


How would you feel if Labor won the next federal elections and the Liberal camp screamed, "we wuz robbed" and demanded another election ?
I rest my case 'yer 'onour !

I'd feel fantastic about it!! We will scream, just like all losers. The trick we Libs need to learn isn't how to handle defeat but how to avoid it happening!

... the US Dems haven't learned that lesson yet. They're still a dog's breakfast of candidates with all different agendas too.

Trump for a 2nd term .. if he wants it. Hope the snowflakes are all cried out. bwaaahahaha.
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03-16-2019, 05:40 PM
Post: #6
RE: brexit
It was bait Joycy.... and you took it !
oh chortle, chortle !
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03-16-2019, 05:54 PM
Post: #7
RE: brexit
And it was delicious! Thank you Tezza, anytime mate. [Image: yellow-laughing-smiley-emoticon.gif]
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03-16-2019, 06:11 PM
Post: #8
RE: brexit
Terra get ready for a pension rise under labor do da do da i'm a lefty and its great
do da do da chase the liberals out the gate do da do da, cackle cakle cackle strewth
i have gravel rash on my left ear i'm that far left do da cackle cackle.
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03-16-2019, 10:49 PM
Post: #9
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has there been any analysis of why they voted 'Yes' in the first place?
I vaguely remember Europe was being flooded by invaders/zombies or sumpin' at the time
and the EU policy was just let 'em in?
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03-17-2019, 12:02 AM
Post: #10
RE: brexit
I'm hazy on it, combination of resentment about Brussels setting their immigrant numbers, and calling tunes on what the Poms could and couldn't do and controlling their economy and add to that the Pommy attitude that they should be still ruling the world and they said bugger off.

I can see how they felt, the oldies anyway, the younger gens don't remember "the empire". I feel the same way about the Poms. Bugger off.

It will be some sense of karma if they come begging for trade deals. I'd be telling them to go back to their 'Common Market' that they dumped us for. But I suppose their dollars are as good as any. That's if they've still got any.
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