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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    ffs, enough already with the homoerotic fanboyism,

    Farage is not, has never been, and never will be a HOC MP, so no more than a dog chasing a car he will never drive.
    Yesterday you were claiming he had been an MP and lost his seat, poor confused little boy that you are.

    All Sir Nige has to do in convince any 1 country to veto an extension should one be asked for and job done and he truly will be the greatest UK politician of the 21st century.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    He only needs to convince one country to veto the deal.

    May aks for a 3 month extension.

    EU leaders meet. Everyone agrees except Latvia.

    Accidentally triggering default no deal.

    Job jobbed.
    Now that no deal has been removed from the table, albeit by a slimmer margin than that of the Ref1 which mutts insist was not binding, if Frau orders one or more of the 27 to reject May's plea to extend A50, it seems we would be legally obliged to accept crap deal as the only available and therefore the only possible outcome.

    Looks like but not quite. A50 imposes a legal obligation with default to leave on 29th with or without a formal agreement; so if the House stand firm and again reject the crap deal we end up in a legal Catch-22, unable to leave and unable not to leave.

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    The votes yesterday aren't enshrined in law as things still stand we still leave on the 29 deal or no deal.

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    At some point, probably very soon if things keep moving in this direction, they'll be a massive backlash against the HoP. I'm not sure exactly what form it'll take, and the Romoaners are very well funded, but Brexit will not be stopped without some serious effects from the common people.

    I was speaking to folks back in the UK this week, some of whom voted remain, but they all want a no deal Brexit now, and they are angry at the traitorous behaviour of MPs who are trying everything they can think of to ignore the biggest vote in British history.

    It really is beyond me how folks on the losing side seek any argument to get their own way, simply ignoring democratic processes which have been established over hundreds of years. I believe that most of the British population feel this way (regardless of how they voted in the referendum) and a french style street protest movement (you know, the one that is huge and growing, but never gets reported in the press...) ignites.
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Yellow Vests in England? will never happen, you people are too much of a coward to have the guts to revolt

    you are going to swallow whatever your incompetent politicians will throw at you

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    The EU was the only protection you had against the predatory actions of your failed politicians,

    now this is gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Yellow Vests in England? will never happen, you people are too much of a coward to have the guts to revolt

    you are going to swallow whatever your incompetent politicians will throw at you
    Miners strikes, poll tax riots. There will be a reaction if Brexit is stopped, what that reaction will be we will have to wait and see. Might just be at the ballot box or will be on the streets time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Yellow Vests in England? will never happen, you people are too much of a coward to have the guts to revolt
    The Frogs are always revolting.

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    when it's about money, you can have protests in the streets of England

    Brexit? no, you will submit to whatever shit your deviant politicians will throw at you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    The Frogs are always revolting.
    Really? I heard they taste like chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Really? I heard they taste like chicken.
    What does chicken taste like?

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    Look at this repulsive creature (could almost be French, she's that repulsive...), more of her constituency voted to leave than voted for her (60% voted leave in her constituency), yet she has no respect for them at all.

    As I've said many times: this referendum was an act of direct democracy by parliament - they stated that clearly and repeatedly. Yet, scumbags like this woman have no respect for their constituency because she was on the losing side. There is zero doubt that had she won and the leavers were moaning about it she'd turn her argument 180 degrees and scream about democratic process. Shameful muppet... Just an unintelligent moron who should be nowhere near a position of authority.


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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Miners strikes, poll tax riots. There will be a reaction if Brexit is stopped, what that reaction will be we will have to wait and see. Might just be at the ballot box or will be on the streets time will tell.
    The Miners were good old fashioned, dirt under the finger nails, working class Brits who would have dropped Farage down a mineshaft before he could open his mouth and would rather pluck out and eat their own eyeballs than to vote or support the Tories.

    And the polltax riots were carried out by smelly dog-on-a-string hippies and other lefty activists, who also hated the tories with a passion.

    Not this piss weak Brexiteer lot, call themselves working class but vote Tory and support right wing ideology.
    It will take old bill 5 mins to sweep this bunch of baboons into vans and take them away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    The EU was the only protection you had against the predatory actions of your failed politicians,
    Yes, this is the sad reality, Brexiteers are the proverbial Turkeys who voted for Christmas, but too stupid to realise they've been conned by the very people who shafted them in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Look at this repulsive creature (could almost be French, she's that repulsive...),
    she looks very English to me, horse face and teeth, yep she is pure English breed

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    double post

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    And so in one eye-roll Emily @Maitlis sums up:


    https://twitter.com/i/status/1105771639441186816

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    The votes yesterday aren't enshrined in law as things still stand we still leave on the 29 deal or no deal.
    Precisely, a vote by frightened wimps with a gun to their heads should not trump the legal instrument A50, which they triggered voluntarily and legally and without coercion!

    A 'no deal' exit would be legitimate with or without that vote, since if we leave this minute with zero more progress it would still not be a 'no deal'. The hooters seem to get a bit lost with this, so let's try again...leaving without a withdrawal agreement does not constitute the misnomer of a 'no deal', since there have been a whole series, thousands of deals and arrangements that have been agreed and completed over the past 30 months.

    Now I fully expect some halfwit to remind us of that meaningless cliché, nothing is agreed until everything is agreed...as though even EU gods would risk the outrage of their own ranks and supporters by ripping up everything agreed to date.

    So we either leave with a formal and complete agreement, which is best for all, or the EU remain intransigent and we leave with what's already agreed and negotiate the rest after we have left; either way we are leaving.

    That's the difference between 'no deal' and 'managed exit/no deal', though approaching 360 pages and the tooters still haven't twigged; sad but true that nobody can actually understand it for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    At some point, probably very soon if things keep moving in this direction, they'll be a massive backlash against the HoP. I'm not sure exactly what form it'll take, and the Romoaners are very well funded, but Brexit will not be stopped without some serious effects from the common people.

    I was speaking to folks back in the UK this week, some of whom voted remain, but they all want a no deal Brexit now, and they are angry at the traitorous behaviour of MPs who are trying everything they can think of to ignore the biggest vote in British history.

    It really is beyond me how folks on the losing side seek any argument to get their own way, simply ignoring democratic processes which have been established over hundreds of years. I believe that most of the British population feel this way (regardless of how they voted in the referendum) and a french style street protest movement (you know, the one that is huge and growing, but never gets reported in the press...) ignites.
    I'm hearing much the same of and from Remainers in the UK that are disgusted at the way their gov has conspired with the EU to sabotage Brexit and keep UK attached; mind you, these are educated people and professionals unlike our churlish residents that should not be taken seriously.

    How this pans out to Brit politics over the coming months and years is anybody's guess, but mine says much like elsewhere dramatic shifts are taking place that will leave the political arena unrecognisable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    The Frogs are always revolting.
    They are indeed, thoroughly revolting!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Look at this repulsive creature (could almost be French, she's that repulsive...), more of her constituency voted to leave than voted for her (60% voted leave in her constituency), yet she has no respect for them at all.

    As I've said many times: this referendum was an act of direct democracy by parliament - they stated that clearly and repeatedly. Yet, scumbags like this woman have no respect for their constituency because she was on the losing side. There is zero doubt that had she won and the leavers were moaning about it she'd turn her argument 180 degrees and scream about democratic process. Shameful muppet... Just an unintelligent moron who should be nowhere near a position of authority.

    Be fair, what do you expect from the Grauniad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    It will take old bill 5 mins to sweep this bunch of baboons into vans and take them away.
    You've demonstrated how the demented mind works; always promote the other side as prone to violence and lawbreaking.

    Do you think the arsonists, looters, thugs and other scum in traditional riots on western streets are Tory voters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Really? I heard they taste like chicken.
    Froggies have always tasted fishy to me ...

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