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2 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

I have to disagree totally on this. Half the people I know don't use facebook, so that theory is blown out the water.

 

 

Because you are the standard by which all things are measured?

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7 hours ago, Somtamnication said:

Typical bully; threaten and threaten, then one stands up to them and they run with their tail between their legs. God Save The Queen!

Do you mean it's the EU that is running away? They've stood very firm from the start about what was negotiable and what wasn't? Exactly how are they running away?

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1 minute ago, bristolboy said:

Because you are the standard by which all things are measured?

Apparently. Every brexiteer (all 17.3 million of them) share the same hopes, dreams, motives, and raison d'etre as he does. Only half of them use Facebook though. Frightening innit?

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5 hours ago, JonnyF said:

The EU needs to grow up and come back to the table. The surrender treaty agreed with Remainer May is completely one sided, has been rejected 3 times and is dead as a dodo.

 

So do they want a sensible deal negotiated in good faith that benefits BOTH sides are are they going to carry on with this childish, mafioso "We'll kneecap you for leaving" <deleted>? In 2016 I was a Leaver but with a somewhat heavy heart, my opinion was divided and probably 60% of me wanted to leave and 40% remain. 3 years later having studied the EU much more closely and seen the way they conduct themselves in painful detail I can't wait to leave their corrupt, protectionist racket with as hard a Brexit as possible. Their mask has really slipped, what an eye opener.

You have not understood yet ?


The EU does not want agreement. There is a war treasure to be recovered after the divorce. The EU is certain to have it and does not want to share.

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6 hours ago, DoctorG said:

If the EU wasn't worried about the UK leaving they would not be making such a noise about it.

Most of the oinking is coming from across the North-sea, as we Dutch call it. EU is keeping rather quiet about it.

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3 minutes ago, Bullie said:

Most of the oinking is coming from across the North-sea, as we Dutch call it. EU is keeping rather quiet about it.

Of course the EU are being rather quiet about it, they don't have to do anything, our remainers are doing their work for them and ruining the chances of the UK getting a fair deal, they must be laughing tin hats.

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17 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Your argument was built on a lie, so whats the point of arguing on something I didn't say. I didn't say 50% of Brexiteers. You did.

 

I don't have any remainer friends.

 

Personal attacks. JHC. I said do you make things up to feel better. Don't be calling the police saying It is a hate crime. Talk about sensitive. You should join the poster ST. He gets offended when people disagree with him.

You said 50% of your friends which, by your own admission, are all Brexiteers. So 50% of Brexiteers is a fair extrapolation going by your experience.

 

You dismissed my post on the grounds that 50% of your friends don't use Facebook so, obviously you made the same extrapolation.

 

I'm not upset by your use of personal attacks and retoric to replace reasoned logic in the discussion. You're a Brexiteer, I would expect no less of you.

 

Sad that you don't have any remainer friends, most of my friends are Brexiteers. Not a problem for me as we leave this topic at the door when we go for a few jars in Wetherspoons.

 

 

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only eu scaremongering by useless bureaucrats like alcoholic junckers or hapless uschi von der leyen. this week donald of trump and boris uk trump will announce most likely the compensating trade deal usa and uk. thereto they will kick the faces of lame duck merkel and mummy snatcher macron at the g7 summit, that will be fun.

 

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The U.K. will soon be independent, and have its own proper idendity. 

 

Something the majority of the voters have voted for. 

 

Next step will be to have its own language. 

 

According to some sources (Wikipedia) 45% of all English words have a French origin. 

 

Certainly for the hard core of the Brexiters (and maybe many others) it is inadmissible that French ( and by extension France) will still be that important/influential in the daily life of every British. 

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3 minutes ago, Bullie said:

I think it is your memory that is short, Sir. Britain amassed gigantic debts because it had to lend money from the UsA to defend itself against an powerful enemy, which certainly would have devoured it were it not for the help of the UsA and Russia. And incidentally: my country was liberated by Canadians, and most of the rest by the Americans and Russia. In spite of this debt In 1950 Britain was 30 % ahead economically over the 6 founding states of the EU. Through a lack of technological renewal Britain got behind, where others forged ahead in Europe through hard work, technical innovations (wirtschaftswunder) and perseverance.

The Netherlands, for instance, is a greater contributor to Europe financially than the UK per capita, but you won't hear us complain: we are still the 4th wealthiest nation on earth whereas you lot come in as no. 10.

You no longer rule the waves, and we do NOT " make it as hard as possible" for you to leave, but Ireland is no longer a British dominion, and a border is a border. You are the ones playing hardball, and will have to suffer the brunt of the consequences.

I don't agree with your view that UK is "playing hardball". Reading such statement makes me believe you don't fully understand the proposed Brexit agreement. Quite frankly, the content is shocking. We're not the ones "playing hardball".

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