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    ^ I agree with all of that.

    Here's some stuff for Mr Sausage to enjoy:



    We are exactly where we need to be in these negotiations. The EU are, as they have always been from the start of this process, fuk'd.



    How are the EU budget talks going?



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    The Tories are very confident now, be interesting to see what deals are being held back until the point that the UK can dump on the EU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    In much the same way the Brexit Tory Orcs successfully hoodwinked a lumpen and credulous electorate into voting tp leave by its campaign of deceitful rhetoric capitalising on the propagandising and racist bigotry spewed out by the Kippers and the reactionary tuskers from the old Tory Monday Club, they are now in the process of manipulating the narrative to the forthcoming trade negotiations in which the evil EU empire is to be portrayed as a scheming dark force intent on restraining a new, vibrant Albion from achieving its rightful place in the pantheon of economic giants.

    It's a bore, it's puerile and it's of course quite absurd but Goebbels Cummings knows the innate ignorance and stupidity of the Brexit masses will mean the British will lap it up.

    The plain simple truth is of course that in leaving the EU club the Brits cannot be seen to retain any of the perks that came with club membership. If Britain did, then what on earth would be the point of the other members continuing to pay for something another non-member would be getting for free? So, if Britain does indeed want a compromise gaining a few cherries then they must pay. It's not rocket science.

    But Britain is now firmly in the grip of the loony right wing caucus of freebooters and carpetbaggers who want to see a dismantling of Britain's socio-economic post-war model of hybrid corporate welfarism underpinned by fiscal policies designed to protect the individual from exploitation and the exigencies of happenstance. In their insane world of greed infused riches showering them all in pixie-dusted economic glory, they actually do think that Brexit is but the opening chapter of a reformation that will see the country ripped up from its Keynesian roots and flung into the laissez-faire abyss of dog-eat-dog world where totally free market forces reign supreme.

    These loonies actually do think a WTO exeunt will precipitate their new world order the quicker and the Brexit fanatics are now actively seeking to scupper the negotiations.

    The middle classes and the CBI are only now just beginning to understand the strength of this new fascism and its hold on the country and many are getting queasier by the day as they come to grips with the truth that they are going to be collateral damage in this new order. Businesses have already been told to suck up the problems from the denial of EU labour and now the fisheries, agricultural, food processing and SME manufacturing sectors are beginning to realise their market access to the EU is to be ripped into shreds by a Brexit ERG negotiating ploy designed to thwart agreement and force WTO status.

    Utter madness but the truly depressing fact is that the British are quite simply too stupid to see the dangers facing them.
    Credit where it’s due SA. You have managed to repeat your hatred of the UK and its occupants, without doing a c&p job.
    That would have had the same inconsequential effect. Just c&p all your posts from summer 2016 in chronological order.
    Butterfly will be happy because he’s the only one who loves your vitriol and believes your repetitious rhetoric.

    You might have to delete the odd case of Theresea May, to get the desired effect, but nothing else has changed since the 2016 referendum.
    Sorry to say, you and your slavish little euro cohort are still losers.

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    Panicking?

    By what?

    The British are attempting to coerce the EU into submission by threatening to cancel talks leaving without a deal and falling back on the WTO trade protocols???? Hold the front page willya, BoJo the Clown is going to give up £100 billion in EU trade and risk the destruction of Britain's fisheries industry, its manufacturing market share in the EU, the investment of EU/Japanese manufacturing in Britain and abandon the negotiations over equivalence in the banking sector??? Ohmigod, how could the EU possibly take this pressure? Next thing, they'll be threatening to stop their lumpen lower end from holidaying in Benidorm.

    The Tory Orcs are clearly getting drunk on the soma of their unicorn juice if they actually believe this twaddle. The EU are indeed getting tired of this posturing and it's only a matter of time before they kick BoJo into touch.

    If the ERG nutters and Goebbels Cummings persist in this nonsense then I can see the Japs and BMW losing patience by July and finally announcing their departure from Blighty, and almost certainly to be followed by Airbus pulling out of Broughton and Filton.

    The markets are tiring too of the Brexit numpties, £ back down to $1.28 from $1.30 and down against the baht, back to 40.

    The scorched earth policy, unthinkable a year ago, is now a reality for the Brexit crazies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    The EU are indeed getting tired of this posturing and it's only a matter of time before they kick BoJo into touch.
    Lets hope so eh. Just wonder what Corp tax rate the UK is going to plumb for?, the way its going i reckon 16% makes no difference near as damn it, the E Wankers Trump is getting excited about should just get slapped with an operating charge based upon market access. I imagine your beloved Ireland will welcome the UK as a competitive Corp Tax base off their coast.

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    Oh i love the Frenchies, talking about access to UK fishing grounds.

    Speaking at Chatham House about the “future of the UK-EU and UK-France relationships”, France’s Europe minister Amélie de Montchalin sent another warning to the UK over fishing access to EU vessels.


    She said: “These fishes are fished by everybody and they will move.”



    Presumably to French waters because the French are nicer people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ? getting locked out of what
    Clearly two threads is one too many for you.

    Are you a Brexiteer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Clearly two threads is one too many for you.
    Are you a Brexiteer?
    Clearly one thread is too much for you if we are trading insults Troy.

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    ^ you are trading like a cheap UK Brexit minister...no fooking goods and no fooking sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    ^ you are trading like a cheap UK Brexit minister...no fooking goods and no fooking sense.
    and you mate are coming across as increasingly angry, calm down its out of our hands and this is just a forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Presumably to French waters because the French are nicer people.
    To be fair . . . they are . . . and know how to use soap.

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    ^What, sparingly?

    But I have to say, this fishing rights thing is nonsense. It was a major bone of contention when Brit was in the EU. Large Spanish fishing fleets came and plundered UK fishing grounds, while much of the UK fleet was confined to port thanks to it's puny EU quota. Quite a few Brexit votes assured right there.

    But now the UK has left the EU, they want to excercise the same sovereign control over UK territorial waters? I mean, dream on. Just to remind you, the Only EU member that has the Naval capacity to adequately patrol and protect EU waters is the RN. So perhaps we should make the same offer in reverse- just give us Sovereign control of Your waters, and we'll patrol them and keep them safe from intruders. See how that goes down. Really, the sheer chutzpah of these people is astonishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Credit where it’s due SA. You have managed to repeat your hatred of the UK and its occupants, without doing a c&p job.
    I do enjoy a good SA rant, he has a turn of phase that I can only admire.

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    It's called a Thesaurus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    ^What, sparingly?
    Better than not at all.


    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    the Only EU member that has the Naval capacity to adequately patrol and protect EU waters is the RN.
    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Really, the sheer chutzpah of these people is astonishing.
    Quite

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    & the Remoaners just keep going; been proved wrong at every point, yet they just keep going.

    I'm not fond of Boris, but he is doing a great job on Brexit.

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    Fishing industry? Really?
    As inconsequential as the value of the gents condo. lol At least as far as the UK is concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    been proved wrong at every point
    Absolutely zero specifics from you, as usual when you mindlessly repeat this mantra.

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    ^ Brexit has happened, our economy is doing well in relative terms, so why are you still here? None of the project fear 'predictions' have come true, quite the opposite, so why are you still here?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Absolutely zero specifics from you, as usual when you mindlessly repeat this mantra.
    I haven't washed my knob for a couple of days, and I've just done a 10km walk followed by 30 minutes of sit-ups and weights - it's getting nastily sweaty and nicely crusty so perfect for you to suck down on it; enjoy...

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    ^ Camels knobs are preferred.

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    ^^ Christ on a bike, thanks for that. I will delay brekkie for a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    ^^ Christ on a bike, thanks for that. I will delay brekkie for a bit.
    No delay - get brekkie done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    & the Remoaners just keep going; been proved wrong at every point, yet they just keep going.

    I'm not fond of Boris, but he is doing a great job on Brexit.
    Well, I suppose everyone has a right to be stupid from time to time but you really are abusing the privilege.

    BoJo the now largely absent Clown has in fact done precisely nothing in preparing Britain for constructive talks with the EU to ensure the political and social declarations he signed up to last year are met. In fact, quite the opposite is true, he has delegated his Orcs to spout the line that they are reneging on these declaratory obligations and the agreement keeping NI within the EU as a trade entity so as to preserve the framework that established the GFA.

    And in striking this somewhat nihilistic stance he seems also to be reneging on his pre-election utterances that there was not a chance in a million Britain will leave sans a deal, a vision shared by Gove, his chief Orc, who also seems to have forgotten the fact.

    BoJo is a proven serial liar, a reckless buffoon and perhaps worst of all is as lazy as a toad after a long shag.

    But in truth, for anyone with a functioning brain, doing a great job on Brexit is an oxymoron but you, Battyboob, being unhampered by such a prerequisite will probably not have the ability to recognise that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    BoJo is a proven serial liar
    Can't argue with that

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    ^ yes, but no more than Mr Sausage is a repeated self-proven imbecile.



    Brexit is coming along perfectly, no wonder Mr Sausage is so upset...

    The EU need to pull their finger out before June. &, the French, Spanish and Dutch need to be looking for new fishing waters.

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