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25 minutes ago, My Thai Life said:

Not only do I pay more tax than most Brit citizens, I pay more tax than they earn on average. And I was happy to do that for many years.  Despite my working class roots I realise I have obtained benefits that many working class people never discover. That's one of many reasons I am profoundly aligned with working class socialist politics - something that you as an American will never understand.

 

And I'm pretty sure I pay more tax than you earn as salary. But as you never tell the truth about about your personal situation I can't be sure about that,  and really who cares? Maybe you don't even work. Why not tell us? Really so shy?

Now, this is interesting!

 

Do people think that the ones, who make more money, by.. well for example buying companies, ending the workers employments and selling the companies by pieces to the next buyers.. while making a killing profit, are more worthy of a person as some people who actually do their jobs. Let's take Susan, an nurse as an example.

 

Susan doesn't make a lot of money. Susan does her work as she feels that it's her responsibility to take care of the sick and the elderly. 

 

Is Susan lesser person than a market hawk, who breaks things to make a bit more profit? Is Susan a lesser person as she doesn't pay as much taxes to the government coffins as the market hawk does? Should Susan even allowed to vote? Susan, after all, is a lesser person than this one glamorous person with a thick wallet of money!

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, 7by7 said:

Watch the video 

 

and see for how long out of the 12 minute display the wheel resembled the EU flag.

 

Then untwist your knickers.

Me or Katie Hopkins?

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23 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Me or Katie Hopkins?

Both, and Condell and everyone else who saw the display as some sort of desperate, subliminal plot to reverse Brexit!

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1 minute ago, 7by7 said:

Both, and Condell and everyone else who saw the display as some sort of desperate, subliminal plot to reverse Brexit!

Wot? You mean Khan was only winding us up? I spot it quite easily when Grouse tries it but I have to admit ol' Sadiq had me fooled 😁 Thanks for pointing that out!

 

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7 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Wot? You mean Khan was only winding us up? I spot it quite easily when Grouse tries it but I have to admit ol' Sadiq had me fooled 😁 Thanks for pointing that out!

 

 

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Tonight's spectacular #LondonNYE fireworks showed that whatever the outcome of Brexit - #LondonIsOpen - to business, to talent, to ideas, to creativity - and why London really is the greatest city in the world

(7by7 emphasis)

 

Do I really need to explain the meaning of whatever to you?

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19 minutes ago, 7by7 said:

Do I really need to explain the meaning of whatever to you?

Brexit preceded NYE therefore the outcome was known.

Please stick me on your iggy list as this laughter is doing me in yet you're far too entertaining to go on mine 😂

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2 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Brexit preceded NYE therefore the outcome was known.

Please stick me on your iggy list as this laughter is doing me in 😂

More childishness from you to hide the fact that you have no real response.

 

As anyone with half a brain knows, there are still three possible outcomes; May's deal, no deal or cancel the whole thing. Khan's message is that whichever of those three happens, London is open for business.

 

Stick me on your ignore list if you wish; after all it is a typical Brexiteer reaction to unpalatable truths and unanswerable questions; ignore them.

 

I don't believe in using the ignore list to hide from people whose opinions I have no argument against, who present facts I cannot refute, who ask questions I cannot answer; but, as I said to you elsewhere, I will in future only respond to you when (if) you have something adult to say.

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2 hours ago, 7by7 said:

Then untwist your knickers.

I'm off to bed pal, But not before reminding you how this actually started...

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58 minutes ago, 7by7 said:

More childishness from you to hide the fact that you have no real response.

 

As anyone with half a brain knows, there are still three possible outcomes; May's deal, no deal or cancel the whole thing. Khan's message is that whichever of those three happens, London is open for business.

 

Stick me on your ignore list if you wish; after all it is a typical Brexiteer reaction to unpalatable truths and unanswerable questions; ignore them.

 

I don't believe in using the ignore list to hide from people whose opinions I have no argument against, who present facts I cannot refute, who ask questions I cannot answer; but, as I said to you elsewhere, I will in future only respond to you when (if) you have something adult to say.

My advice to you. It's time to chance tactics.

 

Mute these little voices. At the end of the day, their voices are not heard by anyone else but their own little support bubble. Nobody else cares what they have to say. We did our best, we tried to hear them, they abused their voice of freedom. So be it.

 

There is no reason to react (well, we do it occasionally as we are curious folks). There is no reason to react to those posts. Take a deep breath, count to 10.. and puff.. the urge is gone. We all support the action of not reacting to these posts.. while we all know we could put them to the ground by our words. Let's just not do it anymore.

 

Meanwhile we could start talking about solutions, future ideas. These are the things we are on top. 

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5 hours ago, bristolboy said:

Whatever my nationality may be, you are a troll. The moderators have made very clear that citing an alleged nationality as a reason to disqualify someone's comments is strictly forbidden. You probably know this but like most trolls you just can't help yourself.

 

I do not think anyone has suggested that none Brits should be excluded from these threads. To do so would be to exclude 60% of the remoan post.😄🇬🇧

 

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4 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

I do not think anyone has suggested that none Brits should be excluded from these threads. To do so would be to exclude 60% of the remoan post.😄🇬🇧

 

An example. How to quiet the voices of whines and how to turn the discussion towards solutions of the future?

 

Whiners had their say and they have proven already that the whiners are not able to provide any kind of solutions. 

 

That's why it's time to override whatever they say and start creating future for the people.

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Please stick to the topic.   Anyone is welcome to post as long as they stay on topic and follow the rules.   One person hasn't abided by this and is on suspension.  

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47 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

we had a vote in 2016 17.4 million people voted to leave so we either leave with no deal or leave with the Theresa May deal

I saw your reply by accident, so I'll reply.

 

Your kind had 3 years to come up with a solution and you failed. All you did was, you complained about everything. Useless, utterly useless people. 

 

You are not worthy of second though anymore. Bye.

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