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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    The European Parliament yesterday (13 December) adopted a resolution, with a majority of 71%, that calls for the resignation of Martin Selmayr, the former right-hand man of Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker whose rushed promotion earlier this year was criticised as “a coup-like action”.
    EU democracy in work, put that in your pipe and smoke it Chas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
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    remoaner bedwetters

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    Quite why anyone bothers to maintain a dialogue with these Brexit loons is mystifying. By definition, anyone supporting Brexit is an idiot and there it is.

    Jabberdick is clearly deranged but then that has always been his MO but Bettyboo is a more interesting development and one wonders just what happened to him to create this affliction whereby he has adopted the thought processes of a 15 year old comprehensive school pupil who has just read a synopsis of Das Kapital. Switch battles with the infirmity of a poor education and a lifetime of work in draining ditches and the like, and Shittybangbang is, well, .....irrelevant. At least Bumbumboy has a grasp of the politicking and Tax is simply a troll drawing upon reservoirs of smug complacency born out of a successful career in lightening the public purse through the extraction of teeth, a process not unlike the retrieval of his thoughts from the inner reaches of his apparently diminishing cerebrum. Pragmatic has at least the excuse of isolating himself amid the rural dystopia of jungle life and halfwits.

    Brexit is reforming the political landscape and once the process is complete, or at least has entered into a different cycle to the current one now due to end imminently, then it will have served its purpose and shall effectively be discarded albeit leaving a husk of little real consequence.

    This week should be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    Ask a dozen remainers who Antonio Tajani is and you'll probably get two correct answers
    Two correct answers? So they'd be doubly correct?

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    Saying Juncker was elected is stretching the meaning of the word elected about as far as it will go. He was appointed by the European council not elected with just Cameron and that Hungarian dude objecting to his appointment then after being appointed by the 28 heads of state he got rubber stamped by the Euro parliament. Now if you want to call that process an election fill yer boots but you will be in denial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    ho hum, typical fufu evasion...care to address the Corbyn bit, or do facts make you squeamish?
    Evasion? Address? Are you not familiar with the expression 'pants on fire' ?

    I've already said you made the whole thing up, not sure what else I can add or do to engage further with your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Not AN election, you weaselly numbskull. Specifically the election for Commision President which you said several times he was unopposed in.

    At this stage it's pretty obvious nobody can do that.
    Specifically WHAT? Whoa, Doc, I did not specifically mention the election for Commission President, did I? Not once, never mind 'several times'. In fact guess what, you did, just now, and covered the attempted deception with your typical cheap brand of childish insults.

    The only reference I made to any 'specific' EU election was the 2014 election, and that was in response to your post in which you selectively chose it as an election that Juncker won democratically. And talk of irony! - all you did was undermine your own position by proving that not all of Juncker's election wins were undemocratic.


    The fact that you refused to answer those straightforward questions I posted earlier, and responded with insults, also blights your position.

    Aside from that instance, here ya go, simply quote me - your words not mine - 'specifically' mentioning "Juncker" and the election for "Commission President", in any context at all anywhere within this thread, and I will confess to being an ignorant fool, as you repeatedly claim.

    There ya go, should be easy enough seeing as you insist that I "several times" specifically mentioned the election for "Commission President", unless you fibbed of course. In return, being the fair guy we all know you are, if you cannot, ie you lied, you agree that you 'could conceivably have been just a wee bit wrong'...how's that for an offer only a liar can refuse? Deal?

    Like the five posts where you idiotically brayed about Juncker being elected President of the commission unopposed and as the only name on the ballot, despite him actually being opposed by the 4 other names on the ballot?
    I refer you to my previous comment, and to your previous lie which doesn't become the truth by repetition.

    Listen, you bellyaching piece of toejam, you have shown that not only are you ignorant, not only are you stupid, but you don't even have the balls to admit when you're wrong.
    Calm down doc, others might sense a touch of desperation...



    And now that you've been buried by your own lies, do you mind if we return to topic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    ^ Jabbering Jabir had probably found when Juncker was appointed milk monitor at junior school without all his classmate's approval.
    555...sheer quality!

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Evasion? Address? Are you not familiar with the expression 'pants on fire' ?

    I've already said you made the whole thing up, not sure what else I can add or do to engage further with your post.
    Which did I make up, Corbyn being Labour's greatest obstacle to power, or giving advice to my stockbroker mate, or both?

    Do be specific, your sidekick the Doc likes that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Which did I make up, Corbyn being Labour's greatest obstacle to power, or giving advice to my stockbroker mate, or both?

    Do be specific, your sidekick the Doc likes that.
    Which part of "made the whole thing up" are you struggling to understand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Rather typical of you, Bobbie. You had the opportunity to address a serious issue about lack of democratic process, but you ran away from through...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fufu View Post
    Which part of "made the whole thing up" are you struggling to understand?
    Fess up, fufu, what is it that troubles you? Grow a spine and lay out your emotional reasoning.

    I think you secretly agree that Corbyn is Labour's greatest obstacle to power. And must be right otherwise one of your stature would deny it.

    I expect your puerile response along the lines of: show me where I posted the exact words "Corbyn is not Labour's greatest obstacle to power."

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    Fufu is a corbynista, probably believes he will gets loads of extra government hand outs and other free shit if Corbyn gets into no.10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Rather typical of you, Bobbie. You had the opportunity to address a serious issue about lack of democratic process, but you ran away from through...
    He hasn't run away, BB, poor thing is wading through more than 10k posts for something that doesn't exist...expect him to respond with some truly novel diversionary insult.

    But credit where credit is due, he did prove that not all of Juncker's election victories were undemocratic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    I think you secretly agree
    Reading minds over the internet now ...is there no end to your gibbering nonsense?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Reading minds over the internet now ...is there no end to your gibbering nonsense?.


    I KNEW IT, you DO agree, Corbyn IS Labour's greatest obstacle to power!

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    Looking at today's opinion polls even with Corbyn as leader if there were a GE now labour would win. Quite an effective strategy Corbyn has had just sit back with no one having a clue where he or the Labour party stands on Brexit and just let the Tory party destroy themselves. An interesting bit in one poll though is that 60% of people want a new party to vote for which basically sums up where we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Specifically WHAT? Whoa, Doc, I did not specifically mention the election for Commission President, did I? Not once, never mind 'several times'. In fact guess what, you did, just now, and covered the attempted deception with your typical cheap brand of childish insults.

    The only reference I made to any 'specific' EU election was the 2014 election, and that was in response to your post in which you selectively chose it as an election that Juncker won democratically. And talk of irony! - all you did was undermine your own position by proving that not all of Juncker's election wins were undemocratic.

    In fact you did specifically ask about that.

    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Did we vote for him to become leader of the European commission? I must have missed that election

    Sorry Chitty but fair's fair and you got that wrong. Juncker was properly elected and under independent scrutiny.

    Stand by...hey doc, you're our flexinumber expert, how many names were on the ballot when Juncker was elected? No googling, pls.

    a) 1
    b) 1
    c) 1


    And hat other election wins? It's the only full-time role he has ever had in the EU. Before that he was Prime Minister of Luxembourg and an elected politician. You don't actually know anything about any of this, do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Rather typical of you, Bobbie. You had the opportunity to address a serious issue about lack of democratic process, but you ran away from through...
    In fact I went to bed. I'm not going to waste my time responding to cut and pastes from a proven liar.

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    Now now Bobby

    Nigel will be back to spank you later.

    Get back to your masters degree study

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    EU democracy in work, put that in your pipe and smoke it Chas.
    What the holy fuck are you withering about you clot?
    I raised this issue weeks ago in utter disgust, at the contempt shown for the commissions own rules. Idiot. I have also recently criticized the Teflon German on this thread.
    Im not the one who needs to acknowledge the lack of democracy at the heart of the EU.

    Unless of course, you just spelled Bob or Troys name wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Brexit is reforming the political landscape and once the process is complete, or at least has entered into a different cycle to the current one now due to end imminently, then it will have served its purpose and shall effectively be discarded albeit leaving a husk of little real consequence.
    Thank you for proving how politically illiterate you really are.

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    Nurse! Nurse! ...chassmui has got out of bed again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    In fact you did specifically ask about that.


    And hat other election wins? It's the only full-time role he has ever had in the EU. Before that he was Prime Minister of Luxembourg and an elected politician. You don't actually know anything about any of this, do you?
    In other words no answer, more tiptoeing away from your own bed of lies and fictional facts.

    Instead of digging more furiously, why don't you agree that you 'could conceivably have been just a wee bit wrong'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Im not the one who needs to acknowledge the lack of democracy at the heart of the EU.
    What lack of democracy!

    Seekingasylum: The EU is the most democratic institution on the planet


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