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Freeborn John

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  1. yawn - See England got beat, now that's serious !    :lol:

    The only time I've ever seen people fired up enough to want to knock each others heads off is over football, politics...nah.

    Explains a lot about the state we're in.

    Muppet power.

  2. The only thing that really freaks me out are clowns, are you a professional clown then or just a keen amateur?

    Oh, just a keen amateur of the Captain Spaulding variety.

    "What's the matter PJ, don't ya like clowns, don't we make ya laugh?"

  3. Wow, threes no flies on you is there?  Some of us have jobs to do that aren't always the standard 9 to 5 or more likely sat at home doing nothing 

    I'd suggest a blood pressure test too, you can have one at most pharmacies, or you can even buy your own testing machine for not very much money, just over a tenner will get you a basic one.

    As for my career, you'd run home crying...

  4. Quite funny really; bad losers aren't in it; the kids are spitting their dummies out and having a real tantrum.  " Errm sorry, "NO means NO"!  yer can't have that ice cream; so shut up and get over it" .     :lol:

    You're talking about people who have never been told "No" all through their lives, not at home, not at school, not in 'uni',not in whatever branch of the public sector they inhabit.

    The N word must come as a shock.

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  5. Just shows how completely ignorant you are -  No one on the Leave side was in any position to promise anything; least of all Nigel, who's not even an MP, let alone in Government. All they could do was give individual opinion. Likewise, our Government led by the PM, were so confident of a Remain win, they didn't prepare a Plan B.  So, now the British people have told them what they want, it's now for the political parties to develop the policies that a reluctant Parliament will need to enact to deliver it.   8)

    'A reluctant Parliament', now that's putting it mildly.

    I suspect that, displaying the respect for democracy that is the trademark of the Mother of Parliaments, its inhabitants are already planning the best way to pee up the Leave voters backs while telling them it's raining.

  6. Now though is the time for British politicians to become that just again & get out there on the world stage & do their jobs instead of just being delivery boys for the latest EU directives.

    Some of the subprime individuals who have made a career in politics out of turning up and voting as directed by the whip, hoovering up expenses and fielding the odd complaint from their constituents with a templated reply in a House of Commons envelope are going to struggle.

    Shape up or ship out, I say. 

  7. Oh dear. At least we get to see what's in the mystery box. I see the pound has dropped to its lowest point since 1985 and it is impossible to buy Euros online at the Post Office.  well done, seems we may have voted for another Lehmans style crash.

     

    Any idea what time the £350 million gets delivered to the NHS?

    Oh, you're so impatient.

    It will take several years and a great deal of effort to finally extract the cash hungry ones hands from our pockets.

    As for the financial situation, look at it as a punishment beating, the money jugglers aren't happy at our temerity, it's inconvenienced them a lot.   

  8. Didn't say that, no more than Egypt, Libya et al are Iraq; but all were swept up in "the Arab Spring", I'll leave you to misinterpret history. 8)

    All Middle Eastern states with stable (if thuggish) governments, governments with an unfortunate hankering for trading oil in other currencies than the Dollar.

    Happily for the Dollar, the dictatorships have all been replaced by beardy weirdies who don't give a toss about the international petrocurrency as long as everybody sticks their backsides in the air five times a day.

  9. not just an idiot but a very insensitive one.

    That's a pretty pale excuse for the actions of this mass murderer, in fact it borders on mental gymnastics.

    A man just killed 49 human beings and you're blaming a piece of metal and plastic.

    Bizarre.

  10. Ah the guns don't kill people, people kill people, well the guns help.   Did you ever try to kill anyone by shouting bang? 

    So what inclined that gun to murder 50 innocent people then, did it wake up in a bad mood? 

  11. Voting in the referendum is BY FAR more important than turning out for the usual suspects with their coloured rosettes, who you just know are then going to disappear for another four years.

    This decision on the political, economic and social future of this country for decades to come has been downgraded (probably intentionally) into a personality battle where the same old talking heads go blah, blah, blah.

    Perhaps the idea is that the result will be decided by voter indifference.  

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  12. For corruption watchers, the Birmingham Sparkbrook ward is an entertaining case, postal voting went up from 28,000 to 70,000 before one council election in 2004 and there were actual reports of people turning up at polling stations and counts with sacks of postal votes, while the police raided an empty warehouse shortly before election day to find industrial quantities of unsealed postal votes ready to be filled in.

    Some gentlemen called Shah Jahan, Shafaq Ahmed, Ayaz Khan, Mohammed Nasrul Islam and Mohammed Amin Kazi (titter ye not) got their hands slapped over it, but in spite of a High Court Judge condemning the affair as being 'worse than a banana republic' nobody did time.

    As late as 2014 one local MP stated that he was convinced it was still going on. 

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  13. perhaps you are right and it should be left to Britain First, the EDL and UKIP.  I think its designed to show that all votes count equally. Why do you think the poster is introducing an ethnic angle?

    If you mean what makes me think the image features an ethnic angle, only an extraordinarily insensitive person could miss the crude stereotype of a skinhead threatening an elderly ethnic lady.

    If you mean what is the purpose of introducing the ethnic angle into the poster, as I said before, why on earth would anyone foster a racial aspect to a referendum on EU membership?

  14. And I am sure you overestimate the reach this piss pot little forum has. I have no doubt that in your tiny narrow mind you imagine you know more than all these institutions but let's be honest , you dont

    Teddy has just been thrown out of the pram, the dummy has been well and truly spat.

    You could have just posted a well reasoned argument for staying in the EU you know...oh, hang on, you haven't got one.

    Give us a riposte then, Oscar.

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