Did you vote out of the EU? Are you doubting your decision?

gamerste

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You swallow it all don't you?

Why is the EU so desperate for us to stay and trying to make leaving so hard?

You probably think it's only because they want to be our "best friends."

Dream on.
Keep trolling still haven't given us any information or facts about your insightful posts earlier.
Load of waffle
 

IronGiant

Moderator
Only unelected Jonny foreigner spending big is our current prime minister.
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.
Would that be the one that's a British Citizen and holds a GB passport :rolleyes: and was elected to the post using standard Conservative Party Policy?
 

gamerste

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Would that be the one that's a British Citizen and holds a GB passport :rolleyes: and was elected to the post using standard Conservative Party Policy?
That would be the guy born in New York currently under investigation for financial impropriety. Has lied to the monarch.
Broke the law thrice.
Is stirring up far right hatred in this country with his language and his agenda.
He's racist.
And is funded by some really nasty people who will make a killing on a no deal brexit.
Is currently being looked at for sexual assault.

But yeah him that bastion of honour and our Prime minister.
 

IronGiant

Moderator
I'm no fan of Boris, but of all the perfectly valid ways you could have criticised him, "Johnny Foreigner"? What about the Queen? her ancestry is far dodgier than Boris' :laugh:
 

psikey

Well-known Member
Only unelected Jonny foreigner spending big is our current prime minister.
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.

You really need to look at net contributions the discount the UK gets,the EU funds that help re energise communities with said funds.
Roads and motorways were built in this country by EU money.
Some of you are going to be in for a shock.
But as long as you have a cup of Yorkshire tea (made in er not Yorkshire nor the UK)
And a garabaldi all will be well with the world
You a bot ?

Its all just so obvious, like quoting Labour documents?
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
No problems with our government spending my money, after all I voted for them. What I do object to is "unelected Johnny Foreigners" spending it. But that is obviously OK by you.

Wait until after 31st of October before you start crowing.
Yet it’s our Government that pays for our membership of the EU.

“Unelected Johnny Foreigners” :rotfl: What if they’re spending money on us, like the building where the Conservative Party are currently holding their conference.
 

IronGiant

Moderator
I sincerely doubt it. (That's a compliment). But your JC love blinkers are very obvious.
 

gamerste

Suspended
I sincerely doubt it. (That's a compliment). But your JC love blinkers are very obvious.
Of course as I have said previously I believe in him.
I believe that he can right some very serious wrongs in this country and make it a more peaceful place to live.
Along with closing the gap with the masses of inequality in this country
 

EarthRod

Distinguished Member
Of course as I have said previously I believe in him.
I believe that he can right some very serious wrongs in this country and make it a more peaceful place to live.
Along with closing the gap with the masses of inequality in this country
Ah yes, but that is what all political parties say. Its all written down in their truthful and sincere manifestos (manifesti?).
 

Kitser

Novice Member
I’m Irish and am not surprised that nothing has been done to leave the EU. Had the exit been actioned swiftly, the UK would have quickly established new trade agreements with the EU and rest of world under their own terms. Your laws would not be subservient to EU laws. Your seas would not be full of Spanish trawlers, fleecing your fish. EU policy dictates mass immigration of cheap labour workers to lower wages and erase national identity. Other countries would demand an out if the UK showed the way. Keeping your own sterling currency makes the exit a lot easier for you than the rest of the countries thinking of leaving. We aren’t too far away from the Eu army and EU police. Nobody had a problem with the EEC. It worked for all. A European economic community. Were the British people asked to vote on the Maastricht Treaty or Nice Treaty? I recall that you were promised a referendum on the Lisbon treaty - but denied. The Irish French and Dutch had referendums on Lisbon and all said No. the treaty was then reworded and France and Holland were denied a second vote. Ireland were made vote again and supposedly voted yes. The EU is a monster but it’s now illegal to say that. Get out lads
 

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