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BANGKOK 19 February 2019 01:56
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EU rebuffs May, says no-plan Brexiteers deserve 'place in hell'

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9 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

It seems they know what they want. They want to have the cake and eat it and they want lots of cherries on top.

Maybe they should call Santa Claus with their wish list. Maybe add a few unicorns. 555

Do you not have anything more original?

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Just now, Pilotman said:

But the majority voted to leave.  That's 'democracy', a word and meaning unknown to the EU bureaucrats. I'm sure that he can find someone to translate it for him.   

He was expressing his personal opinion, something he could arguably criticised for, given his position, but it's what the US has the First Amendment for any why their President is allowed to spew his bile.

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Just now, OneMoreFarang said:

And why didn't her party elect a new competent leader to negotiate a good Brexit deal?

Is it possible that that didn't happen because they all knew nobody will be able to deliver mission impossible?

Where are all the wonderful solutions form all the hard Brexiters? They have no solutions!

Exactly. Brexiteers around JRM and his buddies had their chance to oust her and get in charge of Brexit. They didn’t. Losers. 

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43 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

and they wonder why 17 million of us voted to leave.  Yet one more pathetic statement from the undemocratic morons that run the EU.  Hard Brexit works for me, the less we have to do with the EU Organisation itself the better.  The EU is not Europe or Europeans. The other members will wake up soon enough, apart from the eastern Europe States, who do very well out of it by the millions spent on them by the EU, for no return that I can see.  

Not an impressive post; read a bit more history.

 

I note you were confused army reference to the Poles elsewhere. Nothing can be understood clearly without the historical context.

 

Please lay out for us what you wish to see in future...

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1 minute ago, Grouse said:

But were unable to elucidate what precisely they wanted. 

 

Tusk is pointing out that Brexit leaders never offered a future plan

Correct, but in an insulting manner. Justify it as much as you want, he gaffed. Insults do not help anyone at this late stage of brexit.

But there again it's not long ago he insulted PM May, he doesn't seem to have any self control.

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2 hours ago, vogie said:

What a fine statesman Tusk is, if he thinks insulting other nations is fine and dandy, he is wrong. He has and still is doing more for the brexit cause than Jeremy Corbyn could even dream of. He is used to getting his own way, and when he doesn't, he just cannot control himself.

 

 

Was there not so a British minister comparing E.U. with " Russia  behavior " ….,?? A short while ago ….:biggrin:  

P.E.D. once more …(Post Empire Syndrome….:biggrin:..)

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2 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

No lie, he made sense the problem as I see it from the beginning that whatever the plan the likes of him in the EU would never accept/except anything that did not had some kind of control over the UK. 

 

Having a remainer in charge of UK has not helped at all.

I was referring to Mogg's statement

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