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Just now, Loiner said:


How much nonsense??? The subversion is exactly what’s happened over the past two and a half years.

Love it that you agree with the now legal situation that we’re out on 29th March, although May’s most recent ‘agreement’ tries to repeal that too.
How did we arrive at that legal requirement of 29th March? ROFL It was a result of Gina Miller’s legal attempt to prevent Brexit!!


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You’re contradicting yourself. You agree that leave is set in stone while at the same time claiming “subversion” is happening. And “May’s most recent ‘agreement’” doesn’t touch that law at all. 

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1 minute ago, Loiner said:


Corrupt and incompetent are my words, which I describe the politicians.
Our choice, but we are not responsible for their actions. Especially if they renege on their manifestoes.



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Like I said: YOU gave May’s party the mandate. You could have voted for someone else or founded your own party. 

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Just now, Loiner said:


Brexit means Brexit.
No deal is better than a bad deal.
 

You forgot that other one line slogan: "They need us more than we need them".

 

 

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51 minutes ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

No, that’s not the premise of my argument. You better never do a GMAT; you would score terribly in the logical reasoning section.

 

If you really wanna disagree then I’m afraid you’re the one looking ridiculous. 

It is precisely the premise of your argument.

3 hours ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

Then you would have to blame yourself because you voted those people in. 

I complained about the politicians in parliament. You replied (as in the above) that i should blame myself because i voted them in. The premise of your argument is therefore that the public is culpable for the actions of politicians, as it is the public who vote them in. Please explain how that is not the premise of your argument.

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You’re contradicting yourself. You agree that leave is set in stone while at the same time claiming “subversion” is happening. And “May’s most recent ‘agreement’” doesn’t touch that law at all. 

Subversion is still happening albeit unsuccessfully.

It does according to Bill Cash MP
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1053130/brexit-news-theresa-may-brexit-deal-illegal-bill-cash


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You clearly weren't working in the centre of London during the height of the bombing campaign!

 

Having said this, I agree with your first sentence.

patroling the streets of Belfast wasn't a holiday either.

 

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49 minutes ago, nontabury said:

Unfortunately they were consistently undermimed by remoaner T.May with more than a little help from an unelected civil servant-  Olly Robbins.

Any elected civil servant you would have suggested to do the job?

 

49 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

Helped of course by the unelected Bureaucrats in Brussels.

I don’t know if any unelected EU politician and how he could have conspired with Olly Robbins. Any evidence or just conspiracy theory?

 

 

49 minutes ago, nontabury said:

Lets not forget that T.May was voted in as the leader of the Conservative party,and therefore the P.M. by her fellow Conservative M.P’s, who as we now know, are against the Democratic wishes of the electorate.

If the electorate knows that May and her Tories are against their wishes, as you say, why did they vote for them? 

 

49 minutes ago, nontabury said:

This is where they made their big mistake. They should have voted in a staunch supporter of Brexit. and then hoped he would have fallen on his sword.

So stop whining. Your own fault as you admit. 

 

49 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

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Pulling out random Brexit propaganda or what does this have to do with above?

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I want to propose a new drinking game for threads like this. Every time you read the one or the following terms you need to skool a beer:

 

- unelected brussels bureaucrats

- out means out 

- protect our borders 

- remoaner

- traitor

- no deal is better than a bad deal

- freedom from tyranny

 

Am i missing anything? 

 

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