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1 minute ago, evadgib said:

Actually it's because you're on ignore for most of the time therefore i'm blissfully unaware unless I specifically decide otherwise.

Why does anyone put another member with whom they disagree on ignore?

 

I can only surmise that it's cowardice; to avoid having to know about, let alone deal with, arguments they have no answer to.

 

4 minutes ago, evadgib said:

Not me pal.

So you don't share all Icke's views, just use him as a source; got it.

 

5 minutes ago, evadgib said:

For Brexiters read Tilbrook

If there are other too they're not relevant to my point and I flatly refuse to walk into the 'Far Right' Bear trap you're hoping to spring in your next post...

 

So according to you for some reason the media have chosen to ignore Tilbrook whilst reporting on all other Brexit campaigners! Extraordinary.

 

Oh, and you should get on board. Don't you know that, according to the prevailing Brexiteer wisdom on this board, we Remainers are all tree hugging, PC, immigrant loving, lefties?

 

But maybe you have all them on ignore, too.

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14 hours ago, Loiner said:
17 hours ago, 7by7 said:

 

I can only surmise that it's cowardice; to avoid having to know about, let alone deal with, arguments they have no answer to.

 

555 A Remainer insinuating cowardice from someone......... 

 

Go on; do tell; some examples of Remainer cowardice, please.

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1 minute ago, Loiner said:

Apart from all the Remainers' cowardly attempts to overturn Brexit over the past three years, here's the biggest one today: 

 

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1174952/boris-johnson-election-2019-jeremy-corbyn-brexit-no-deal

 

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I would say smart politics from Corbyn.

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wonder what the remainers have to say about staying in the EU and accepting the Lisbon treaty

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4 minutes ago, Joinaman said:

wonder what the remainers have to say about staying in the EU and accepting the Lisbon treaty

They would lap it up - it's what they want really. But they won't let you post the details of it here, because the implications are too clear that it will result in the eventual abolition of the UK state. 

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On 9/7/2019 at 12:27 AM, Thongkorn said:

At last some common sense,

 

Nothing to do with common sense. The judges apply their interpretation of the law. And have given leave to appeal to the Supreme Court. May appealed to the Supreme Court who rules against her using the RP. Now Boris and Millar must go to the SC again.

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3 hours ago, Joinaman said:

wonder what the remainers have to say about staying in the EU and accepting the Lisbon treaty

 

Could you please outline precisely which parts of the Treaty of Lisbon it is that you object to?

 

"It's wrong to say that the Lisbon Treaty comes into force in 2020. It was agreed by all EU member countries in 2007 and came into force in 2009, and has been in place ever since. If the UK were to remain in the EU beyond March 2019 for any reason then the Lisbon Treaty wouldn't suddenly change things".Mar 11, 2019 

Source Wikipedia.

 

You may wish to do some research before to avoid embarrassment.

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3 hours ago, Loiner said:

They would lap it up - it's what they want really. But they won't let you post the details of it here, because the implications are too clear that it will result in the eventual abolition of the UK state. 

 

Could you explain how the Treaty of Lisbon will result in the abolition of the UK state please?

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4 hours ago, Loiner said:

They would lap it up - it's what they want really. But they won't let you post the details of it here, because the implications are too clear that it will result in the eventual abolition of the UK state. 

I think it is not a stretch of the truth to say that Brexit will result in the abolition of the UK state. 

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Brilliant News now for  Brexit end of August,  The attempted to block  that  will be over turned. 

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