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12 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

 

Now please tell tell us the future plans of the unelected Bureaucrats in Brussels, for the future of this so called Onion.

 

 

 

 

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the UK creates 99% of it laws now,are you sure you live in the UK as you certainly dont live in the same country as me.

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7 hours ago, sammieuk1 said:

Wonder out of interest how many times 17.4m has been quoted and as the vote was near 3 years ago and also considering the leave vote was predominantly supported by the older generations how many are still alive and how many are now ghost voters. Unfortunately the wheels have come off both sides of the divide because of NI and in or out of course there will still be a border with no acceptable solution out and a very simple one in 🤔   

 

 If you do think it was only the older people who voted for Brexit, you could be right. However you are completely wrong.

 I could also point out to you that perhaps, all those E.u citizens who have since 2016 obtained British citizenship, are more liable to vote for remain.

 As Nigel Farage said “We want our country back”

 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

 If you do think it was only the older people who voted for Brexit, you could be right. However you are completely wrong.

 I could also point out to you that perhaps, all those E.u citizens who have since 2016 obtained British citizenship, are more liable to vote for remain.

 As Nigel Farage said “We want our country back”

 

Funny thing is that his country's people voted for him. Just like UK's people voted for Mr. Farage to be a MEP.

 

Your country was not part of this elections. Your country can be part of the Eurovision song contest, but that's not really the same thing, is it?

 

We all have elected our own member of the European parliament, for decades. Brexit has woken, even the people in Britain and also in Russia, that these EU elections do actually matter. 

 

Funny thing that its. Wouldn't you want to be one of us? Behave well, so you don't have to feel been left alone. We'd love to invite St. Petersbourg as our close partner, when the time is right. Not yet. 

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1 minute ago, nontabury said:

 

 If you do think it was only the older people who voted for Brexit, you could be right. However you are completely wrong.

 I could also point out to you that perhaps, all those E.u citizens who have since 2016 obtained British citizenship, are more liable to vote for remain.

 As Nigel Farage said “We want our country back”

 

 

 

 

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so who is next to leave then? and when is it doomed to fail? some brexiteers said 3 years ago it was doomed in 3-5  years ago yet no other country has even started to have talks about talks about having a referendum let alone vote to leave and actually do it,so that has to be 5-7 years plus 2-3 to see it through so 7-10 absolute minimum,me thinks a lot of brexiteers were expecting others to follow suit and the opposite has happened,they have laffed at the UK and wont be following suit.

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8 hours ago, puipuitom said:

Military Empire ?  With what ? the 100 German tanks ? ? 

 

 

 It’s well documented,and then confirmed by one of the destroyers of the E.u :- 

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, nontabury said:

 

 The difference is those unelected Bureaucrats in Brussels proposes legislation. While our civil servants are supposed to implement the instructions of our elected politicians. The exception is :- 

You mean to say that in your way of life, there is only one person in the 66 million people country, who can propose new legislations? 

 

That sounds fair.. not. Not at all. That sounds really bad way to have a well run society. 

 

But hey, each of us in our own ways. If Britain is run by a rule that there is only one person, out of 66 million, who is even allowed to propose new legislations, we'll call that the British way. 

 

The rest of us have been using far advanced and better methods for democracy for decades. Our tradition is to hear the views of the people. Wide variety of views actually. 

 

But yeah, keep on telling us how democratic system you have. How well do you listen the ordinary people's needs. We have seen the evidence already. 

 

LOL.

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On 4/16/2019 at 9:44 AM, Tilacme said:

I don't see how a losers vote will help.  No deal brexit would smash it, but they wont include that as an option.

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11 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

 The difference is those unelected Bureaucrats in Brussels proposes legislation. While our civil servants are supposed to implement the instructions of our elected politicians. The exception is :- 

 

 

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Looks like we are playing the greatest hits  - here's one from Queen ! Long may she reign over us (and sign into law dodgy bills). 

 

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41 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

 If you do think it was only the older people who voted for Brexit, you could be right. However you are completely wrong.

 I could also point out to you that perhaps, all those E.u citizens who have since 2016 obtained British citizenship, are more liable to vote for remain.

 As Nigel Farage said “We want our country back”

 

 

 

 

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Hadn't thought about the 'new Britons' - the good news just keeps on coming. Thanks for the heads up. 

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17 minutes ago, bamboocore said:

You mean to say that in your way of life, there is only one person in the 66 million people country, who can propose new legislations? 

 

That sounds fair.. not. Not at all. That sounds really bad way to have a well run society. 

 

But hey, each of us in our own ways. If Britain is run by a rule that there is only one person, out of 66 million, who is even allowed to propose new legislations, we'll call that the British way. 

 

The rest of us have been using far advanced and better methods for democracy for decades. Our tradition is to hear the views of the people. Wide variety of views actually. 

 

But yeah, keep on telling us how democratic system you have. How well do you listen the ordinary people's needs. We have seen the evidence already. 

 

LOL.

dont believe what you read on here,EU laws barely effect anyone in the UK,iam 51 and have never heard anyone moaning about them,but the so-called patriotic bulldogs fell for farage's rubbish that brussels made all the decisions that went through UK parliament,total utter <deleted> but it won votes as did waving unionjacks around,luckily there are enough sensible MPs in parliament to restore order,nontabury claimed on here a while back that EU laws forced him to close his business,maybe he was a bad business man as the overwhelming majority of business want to remain in the EU

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16 minutes ago, bamboocore said:

You mean to say that in your way of life, there is only one person in the 66 million people country, who can propose new legislations? 

 

That sounds fair.. not. Not at all. That sounds really bad way to have a well run society. 

 

But hey, each of us in our own ways. If Britain is run by a rule that there is only one person, out of 66 million, who is even allowed to propose new legislations, we'll call that the British way. 

 

The rest of us have been using far advanced and better methods for democracy for decades. Our tradition is to hear the views of the people. Wide variety of views actually. 

 

But yeah, keep on telling us how democratic system you have. How well do you listen the ordinary people's needs. We have seen the evidence already. 

 

LOL.

 

 

 Yes we do have a problem with our leader.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

 

 Yes we do have a problem with our leader.

 

 

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tommy will give the alien a good kicking,ET go home

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27 minutes ago, bomber said:

tommy will give the alien a good kicking,ET go home

Depends whether they have Islamic ray guns ...

 

bet he voted LEAVE......

 

 

 

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35 minutes ago, nontabury said:

 

 

 Yes we do have a problem with our leader.

 

Silly memes no longer have any effect. Sorry, you lost.

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