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Brexit - we are all doomed!!!


Gary

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Janis Varoufakis, who led the failed negotiations to get a deal for Greece, out of the EU; has said that there will be no Brexit deal; clearly a statement of the glaringly obvious. So the only question is, are the Tories prepared to walk away from the table rather than suffer EU inflicted humiliation? 

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Correct Davy, their every utterance shows them up to be the nasty dictators that they are. Whatever the consequences we're better off out.

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On 17/06/2017 at 10:50 PM, observer said:

Seems we've hired a Kiwi as one of our main negotiators;   perhaps he'll train our team to do a haka and scare the s$$t out of the opposition ? !   :D

:lol::lol:  the thought and visions in my head of Teresa May & her side kick negotiators doing the haka may keep me awake all night now..... so funny :lol: 

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Seems the Unions and the PLP back stabbers are insisting we stay in the single market.  Single market = free movement = immigration; so we'll still be in the EU' costing us £billions, but without any political representation; and these are the folk who aspire to govern us.      :ph34r:

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Just about sums up the BBC view of Brexit!

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The Remoaners haven't stopped drip feeding the doom and gloom, since they lost the referendum.  But the idiots that voted for pro-Remain MPs in the G/Election have now emboldened them to renege on Brexit.   There is no such thing as a hard or soft Brexit, we either Leave or we don't. LEAVE means, leaving the single market (removing the right to free movement), leaving the customs union (allowing us to have trade agreements with the rest of the world); and leaving the ECoJ ( allowing us to control our own legal system).  Anything less, and we're still in the EU.      :ph34r:

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A thought occurs. If you buy a defective product or one that does not do what it says it should then you are entitled to your money back. So as the EU has not performed as per spec can we get all our money back?

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Seems Davis has agreed in principle, that we will owe money to the EU (AFTER we leave); this to an organisation that hasn't had it's books signed off by auditors for over 10 years; an organisation that we have been the second highest net funder of for 40 years; and one that retains assets that we have paid towards. All part of the humiliation they clearly wish to inflict on us, aided and abetted by their 5th columnist Remoan supporters in our Parliament.     :ph34r:

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If the EU don't come to an agreement with us before we leave then we would be liable to pay nothing.

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The Paul Simon Brexit Plan:

‘You just slip out the back, Jack
Make a new plan, Stan
You don’t need to be coy, Roy
Just get yourself free
Hop on the bus, Gus
You don’t need to discuss much
Just drop off the key, Lee
And get yourself free’

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Some elements of the media are quite slow to catch on, just read a report that the EU is out to punish us as an example to the rest - err a no brainer, been saying it for years - just walk away from the table and LEAVE.       :ph34r:

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