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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    ^ I can hear the screeeech as the bottom of the barrel is being scraped...

    ...she certainly doesn't let facts get in the way of her opinions.
    What a load of utter twaddle that was.

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    and when were you last in brussels cyrille?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    and when were you last in brussels cyrille?
    The nearest Ciz gets to Brussels is at Xmas when he eats stir fried sprouts

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    and when were you last in brussels cyrille?
    This is the whole point though isn't it...and used so effectively during the Brexit campaign. Focus in on something small and extrapolate it into being the whole picture.

    It's the Brexit way...

    ...utter twaddle as cyrille so aptly describes it.

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    Seems to me that the UK took the right decision

    Such an Ivory Tower


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    Sterling at $1.077 this morning.

    Looks like tax & joe will be holidaying in the garden next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Sterling at $1.077 this morning.

    Looks like tax & joe will be holidaying in the garden next year.
    Yes. Brexit continues, even though the exchange rate has very little to do with Brexit.

    Following the UK government about turn over fiscal policy, you seem to be delighting in anything at all, that could undermine your love of UK!

    If the current situation gives you and others the opportunity to knock the country who issued your passport, so be it. The situation is obviously too complex for remainers to see it any other way.

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    Aye, as this thread shows, BREXITers have far more analytical minds.








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    Looks like tax & joe will be holidaying in the garden next year.
    well, i cant speak for joe, but the rise of the dollar is doing my currency accounts a world of good.

    and as switch has said, this has very little to do with brexit.

    yet cyrille the brit basher, raised and educated there for free who berates england for its perceived history, inequality, racism at every opportunity chose to work in one of the worlds most repressive, misogynist and despotic countries and has now retired to an equally repulsive military dictatorship that persecutes any criticism of its systems.

    proof yet again, as if any were needed that the hypocrisy, hate and hostility of a sneering socialist knows no bounds.

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    My forecast of Sterling’s parity with the dollar is now coming true.

    While not being a direct fiscal consequence of Brexit the collapse of the UK’s currency certainly flows from it. Without Brexit we would not have had the BoJo Brexitory circus and without that fat lying sociopath we would not now have the weirdly disconnected Truss and her ex shagger, the economic illiterate Ghanaian chancellor whose bizarre preoccupation with 1970s monetary policies has led us to our economic destruction.

    Brexit lost the UK its economic growth, it stripped the country of its access to a market of 450 millions and crippled the labour market. It was an economic disaster and the global markets knew it when they shorted Sterling. Truss’s insane tax policies are a consequence of Brexit’s erosion of Britain’s status as a power of any global significance.

    Anyone who gainsays this is either an idiot or entering their senility.

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    cut the schadenfreude and stop patting yourself on the back you smug git.

    your forecast was based on brexit, not the bolts from the blue of covid and putin.

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    Don’t be silly Tax. COVID is irrelevant history and Putin’s war is peripheral.

    The insanely stupid Trusseconomics currently destroying disposable incomes by devaluing Sterling is purely doctrinal and designed to reverse the Brexit induced stagnation that came from untying Britain from its moorings to economic stability offered by our EU membership.

    Truss and Britain’s economic demise are the dragons teeth sown by Brexit and the scale of the disaster will be profound.

    You do not devalue your currency by 30% against the USD and expect life to be the same again.

    Stagflation is going to rip society apart.

    For many in the Uk surviving on benefits and provincial incomes anchored to well below the national average and those saddled with mounting debts and the prospect of a wage freeze without the safety net of a functioning health service or any chance of economic betterment life is going to be grim indeed.

    Schadenfreude indeed. You stupid English have brought it all upon yourselves.

    Those lower end northern dross who stupidly voted for Tory in the belief BoJo was going to make them rich deserve all the fucking pain that they are going to get.
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    But Tax, as one of the leading jockeys riding on the back of BoJo’s favourite prancing unicorn entered into the Sunny Uplands Stakes, what say you now about your earlier blatherings the 2016 Brexit devaluation was just a “ blip” ?

    Bad enough to back the wrong horse, eh Tax, but to be riding it?

    God, you must be feeling a right cvunt.

    And you a professional chap ‘n all.

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    the euro, along with just about every other currency is tanking in relation to the dollar.

    the pounds decline this week has more to do with $ interest rates than either brexit fallout or trusses gamble.


    we all know you took a massive hit when brexit was declared. your relocation reversed, your pension pruned, your hopes hobbled and your dreams destroyed

    so near, yet so far away. the pain must have been unbearable. the more financially astute, like "ahem" myself, will have hedged widely and reaped the rewards, but greying old dinosaurs like yourself face only eternal disillusionment, disappointment and dissatisfaction as it was you who backed the wrong horse and now find yourself shackled to it.

    still, its not all bad. at least you have got pattaya with its myriad benefits to comfort, cradle and console you.

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    EU arrogance intervenes yet again to secure the victory of anti-EU politicians. Now where have we seen this before.
    all socialists detest the 'wrong' kind of democracy.

    and their reply to the new democratically elected government of italy ?

    There was controversy on the eve of the election when Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, issued a barely veiled threat.

    Citing the examples of Poland and Hungary, she said that "if things go in a difficult direction" under a hard-Right Italian government, the EU had "tools" to rein in the country.
    whatever fate the UK endures, it is preferable to being silenced and shackled to what in effect is slowly becoming a dictatorship run by france and germany.

    fuck the eu.

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    Don’t be such a wanker Tax.

    The Pound was 1.19 Euro a month ago and now it is 1.11, against the Baht it was 44 a month ago but now it is 40. Your brokendownbrexitedBritain is truly fucked and the entire network of global financial markets have just told you so.

    Surely you cannot be that deluded as to think you are better out of the world’s largest wealthiest economic association than in?

    Are you that far gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Yes. Brexit continues, even though the exchange rate has very little to do with Brexit.
    Fucking Jesus, where were you when the Brexit vote was announced?

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    One shouldn't be blinkered by Brexit bias..

    Brexit - It's Still On!-20220926_214741-jpg


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    Here's the link remoaners..

    Bloomberg - Are you a robot?


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    You plainly don't understand that, or haven't even read it.

    It doesn't even qualify as a straw to be clutched at.

    It's almost as unconvincing as Troy swearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Fucking Jesus, where were you when the Brexit vote was announced?
    In summer 2016, I was living in Thailand.

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    Before falling foul of the authorities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Before falling foul of the authorities.
    Haha. If that is aimed at me, you are a liar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    It doesn't even qualify as a straw to be clutched at.
    I beg to differ.
    The scandal is so big that it should bring the government down.

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    The collapse of Sterling initiated by Brexit and compounded by the incompetence of its legacy Brexitory government will in Thai terms deepen if this country’s economy recovers from the post Covid malaise. Currently the baht has weakened which has flattered Sterling now priced at 40.70 but when it strengthens, which it will in the short term, then Sterling will fall to circa 36-38 baht.

    Those dependent on denominated incomes will once again face pressure and of course qualification for Thai residence will become more troublesome for those on the margins.

    Brexit is the disaster that just keeps on giving and with its now insanely stupid cult followers in power it is certain that the housing market will crash as mortgages become more unaffordable and owners lurch into unsustainable debt.

    Truss and her ex-shagger black fella have truly fucked it with even the IMF scoffing at their fuckwittery.

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