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Me today listening on LBC radio to all Leavers cloud cuckoo land excuses after the loser Johnson lost the great Saturday vote:


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Today was a very good example of what is Brexit: on the one side we have experts, reality and Letwin on the other is Johnson beating his chest and incoherent babble blah blah ww2 blah blah the deal is great blah blah trust me.


The last one was really funny. Trust me?

Trust me? From the serial liar Johnson that lied everybody in the UK including the Queen. That sounded reassuring :lol: :lol: :lol:


The reality won.


Johnson lies today have been exposed - if he wants the deal he could have accepted the Letwin vote which is FOR the deal adding legal assurance that the said deal will happen removing No Deal option.

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I am not going to comment on the events relating to this - far too much has been said and my humble views are of no consequence to anyone other than myself.


All I will say is that the last person who told me to trust them - literally with the words - "Trust me on this", then proceeded to drop me in the sticky stuff from a great height.


Anyone worth trusting doesn't have to ask you to trust them.

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You cant trust none of the pompous twats .

They've made us the laughing stock of the world

 

I thought that no matter what, Trumptopia would always outshine us but the constant bickery bollocks going on lately just makes us all look like a bunch of spuds.

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So you reckon that old fart Corbyn is the man? Useless lying bast*rd as well. Guy Fawkes had the right idea - blow the whole damned lot to kingdom come.

 

Not so much Guy Fawkes more like Guy Fawked up :lol: :thumb:

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As Mississippi Bullfrog said - it's usually a bad idea to take a "trust me" comment at face value.


I gave up commenting on or even following the brexit shenanigans a long time ago. It became obvious well before the people's vote that all the politicians, analysts and "experts" lied, fabricated "evidence" and cherry picked statistics to suit their opinions.

And the blatant bias of the MSM set alarm bells ringing, along with the pantomime antics of the politicians.


Either a yes or no vote at the start would have been fine IF it was accepted and dealt with properly. But 3 years of bitching, moaning, scheming and lying has ruined this country and it's citizens.


It's very much a them and us situation...Them (political, government, council, police, judiciary, media) will always end up ok - employed, well paid, well looked after....Us (everyone else really) will be screwed over and only tolerated for our tax contributions.



Rant over

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Three-and-a-half years, two extensions, seven defections, 21 deselections, three prime ministers, countless amendments, two prorogations, one Supreme Court judgement, 66 million Brits losing the will to live and we’re still at square one.

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Three-and-a-half years, two extensions, seven defections, 21 deselections, three prime ministers, countless amendments, two prorogations, one Supreme Court judgement, 66 million Brits losing the will to live and we’re still at square one.

 

So, what's the bad news then ? :D :lol:

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Micael Gove made this F-----g stupid comment to the news: “I think actually the mood in the country is clear and the Prime Minister’s determination is absolute and I am with him in this, we must leave by October 31st.” the mood of the country is obviously "unclear" to him, which is why he needed five police officers to escort him to his car on Saturday through thousands of anti-Brexit protesters, a prime example of these F--k wits only seeing and hearing what they want to see and hear! What I want to know is why they are so hell bent on leaving the EU when recent polls show the majority of the country now want to stay, which one of them or their crony friends is it going to benefit the most? All this from someone who wasn't even voted into power by the people he reportedly represents. :evil:

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Micael Gove made this F-----g stupid comment to the news: “I think actually the mood in the country is clear and the Prime Minister’s determination is absolute and I am with him in this, we must leave by October 31st.” the mood of the country is obviously "unclear" to him, which is why he needed five police officers to escort him to his car on Saturday through thousands of anti-Brexit protesters, a prime example of these F--k wits only seeing and hearing what they want to see and hear! What I want to know is why they are so hell bent on leaving the EU when recent polls show the majority of the country now want to stay, which one of them or their crony friends is it going to benefit the most? All this from someone who wasn't even voted into power by the people he reportedly represents. :evil:

 

Which polls are these then? Must have missed them.


Thought the Tories wanted a general election and tried to call one, which IS what the whole country wanted (minus the Labour Party).....the country voted leave. Now fooking deliver it.

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What I want to know is why they are so hell bent on leaving the EU when recent polls show the majority of the country now want to stay, which one of them or their crony friends is it going to benefit the most?

 

The Tory party has always seen the wealthy as their priority.. and the mega wealthy in particular.


These people are staring down the barrel of a gun. The anti-tax avoidance directive which comes into force in January. Which is all about ensuring the wealthy pay their fair share. Everyone else does, but these people use all sorts of loopholes and other mechanisms to move money about so its not counted as taxable.. and they colectively save Billions in the process. This wont affect anyone you know.. but it will affect the string pullers. people like Newspaper owners. Multi-millionaires like Jacob Rees-Mogg. Farages backers. Also.. The currency speculators in 'the city' are very much aware that the moment we pass the final brexit hurdle, The value of the £ will drop and there are millions to be made on betting that that will happen.


So.. as far as a lot of the Government are concerned its all about helping the mega rich.


For a lot of others (ordinary back bencher Tory MPs) its about fear of deselection. Say 'NO' to Brexit in the current Tory party and you can kiss your career as an MP goodbye, Even if your local party doesnt get rid of you then you face losing any future election with both the Brexit Party and Lib Dems taking a bite out of your majority.


There is also a third reason. The next election, The Tories absolutely must have this before that effects of Brexit hit home. Before people realise that 'project fear' was actually a reality that the government itself is planning for.. as much as they can. Leave it too late and they haven't a chance. So they must have it before the shit hits the fan.. and time is running out.


Thats why they want it so badly.

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Micael Gove made this F-----g stupid comment to the news: “I think actually the mood in the country is clear and the Prime Minister’s determination is absolute and I am with him in this, we must leave by October 31st.” the mood of the country is obviously "unclear" to him, which is why he needed five police officers to escort him to his car on Saturday through thousands of anti-Brexit protesters, a prime example of these F--k wits only seeing and hearing what they want to see and hear! What I want to know is why they are so hell bent on leaving the EU when recent polls show the majority of the country now want to stay, which one of them or their crony friends is it going to benefit the most? All this from someone who wasn't even voted into power by the people he reportedly represents. :evil:

 

Which polls are these then? Must have missed them.


Thought the Tories wanted a general election and tried to call one, which IS what the whole country wanted (minus the Labour Party).....the country voted leave. Now fooking deliver it.

 

Its all over the internet, look for yourself ....https://www.politico.eu/article/brexit-second-referendum-remain-would-win-eu-survey-shows/

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Thanks.


"In a Eurobarometer survey, involving around 1,000 people in each of the bloc's 28 countries last month, 53 percent of respondents in the U.K. said they would back Remain and 35 percent Leave (with 12 percent undecided)."


Wouldn't take a straw poll of a 1000 people as being gospel myself!

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You know, and to be perfectly honest, I'm actually past giving a F--k! What will happen will happen, I've been around long enough to know that whatever me, you or anyone else says or does is meaningless! For every action there is a consequence, I just hope, that when we do leave the EU, that those who wanted to go considered all the potential consequences. There is no doubt in my mind that when fuel prices, food prices, new car prices and the cost of travel increases, to mention but a few "potential" downsides, that those individuals who were so vocal about leaving will be at the forefront of the ranks, whining yet again about the aforementioned consequences.


I sometimes find myself asking this question .... My grandad fought in Normandy, my dad served the country and was a Falklands veteran, I served for 9yrs and seen active service in two of the worlds hotspots, my brother served for six years.....why did we bother fighting for a country that seems hell bent on tearing itself apart! IMHO the UK has become a laughing stock.

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Looking at the big picture - long term, it probably makes very little economic difference whether the UK is in or out of the EU. In 10ish years time, financially, it won't really affect our country - economic trade will be different outside the EU, but end results largely the same end result.

Seems everyone in the UK is only looking at the short term and panicking because the MSM project fear.


The EU is looking at the long term and crapping themselves at the prospect of the UK leaving. Germany and UK are the biggest contributors. The EU will collapse if Germany is left to fund the Eastern and Mediterranean countries. Hence the continual objections to every proposal from the UK to exit with "a deal".


If from the outset the UK told the EU to sod off, no deal, it could all have been done n dusted by now, and things finding a new normality within a few years.


For the record - I'm not for or against brexit itself, just fed up with the incompetence, infighting, scaremongering, deception, politicking and bitching on both sides of the fence & channel

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So you reckon that old fart Corbyn is the man? Useless lying bast*rd as well. Guy Fawkes had the right idea - blow the whole damned lot to kingdom come.

 

Who even mentioned Corbyn ?

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Looking at the big picture - long term, it probably makes very little economic difference whether the UK is in or out of the EU. In 10ish years time, financially, it won't really affect our country - economic trade will be different outside the EU, but end results largely the same end result.

Seems everyone in the UK is only looking at the short term and panicking because the MSM project fear.


The EU is looking at the long term and crapping themselves at the prospect of the UK leaving. Germany and UK are the biggest contributors. The EU will collapse if Germany is left to fund the Eastern and Mediterranean countries. Hence the continual objections to every proposal from the UK to exit with "a deal".


If from the outset the UK told the EU to sod off, no deal, it could all have been done n dusted by now, and things finding a new normality within a few years.


For the record - I'm not for or against brexit itself, just fed up with the incompetence, infighting, scaremongering, deception, politicking and bitching on both sides of the fence & channel

 

I think you should back up at least some of what you’re saying here. You’ve made quite a few bold statements that I think you’ve just made up.


Happy to be proved wrong.



In 3 years since the vote i still don’t think I’ve seen a single tangible benefit of leaving.



Apart from Parliamentary sovereignty, of course.



Which is now considered traitorous.

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