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Whagwan
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 11:52:47 (permalink)
Goodone
Thought you might be interested in this, Whaggers
 
https://www.youtube.com/w..?v=JWjqNAJ2yMY&t=9s




When will you realise that nobody here is interested in your red pill youtube videos?
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 11:55:12 (permalink)
So woked
Goodone
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 12:10:21 (permalink)
Whagwan
Goodone
Thought you might be interested in this, Whaggers
 
https://www.youtube.com/w..?v=JWjqNAJ2yMY&t=9s




When will you realise that nobody here is interested in your red pill youtube videos?


I thought it summed up you and your ilk very intelligently actually
Whagwan
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 12:12:30 (permalink)
Oooh oooh, can I do a youtube video that sums you up? 

What could it possibly be?




Goodone
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 12:26:52 (permalink)
Says the 'anarcho communist' lol
Stoopid_Fux
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 12:39:22 (permalink)
another Peter Hitchens video ?? lol
 
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Goodone
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 12:45:33 (permalink)
You dont have to like Peter Hitchens but he raises some interesting points which are worth thinking about imo
wiseacre
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 14:52:35 (permalink)
Go on then

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Goodone
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 15:10:49 (permalink)
I suppose in a nutshell he's saying that the rise of a certain strain of militant atheism, mostly seen in Millennials, has at least in part, lead to a new kind of puritanical fanaticism no different to that of the Catholic Inquisitors of the 15th century.  
post edited by Goodone - 2019/01/12 15:12:52
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 15:54:35 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby 21 21 2019/01/12 18:22:48
Goodone
I suppose in a nutshell he's saying that the rise of a certain strain of militant atheism, mostly seen in Millennials, has at least in part, lead to a new kind of puritanical fanaticism no different to that of the Catholic Inquisitors of the 15th century.  


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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 16:16:00 (permalink)
I'm not making the case for the God lol, however I agree with the notion that (for some) political correctness has become a religion, and like all religions yet to go through any sort of enlightenment transformation, it's adherents are fanatical and view anyone who questions it to be somehow lesser beings
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 17:15:36 (permalink)
Atheism = political correctness?
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 18:18:34 (permalink)
And the post before he said it was similar to 15th cent Catholic Inquisitors Lmao
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 18:32:47 (permalink)
Brexit won't happen for shit. Theresa May is a cunt. Everything is a waste of time. Die.


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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 18:38:39 (permalink)
Women you shouldn't but would.Jpg

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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 19:58:34 (permalink)
LHC
Atheism = political correctness?

I think I've explained myself as well as I can be bothered 
Goodone
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/12 20:00:53 (permalink)
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Women you shouldn't but would.Jpg

https://www.standard.co.u...udge-a4036721.html?amp


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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/14 12:35:15 (permalink)
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-46814527
 
Whatever else might happen in a no deal scenario it is 100% guaranteed that idiots will panic buy all of the food.
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/14 13:13:23 (permalink)
Postman Pat
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-46814527
 
Whatever else might happen in a no deal scenario it is 100% guaranteed that idiots will panic buy all of the food.




To be fair the retailers are all stock piling as well
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/14 16:01:48 (permalink)
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/brexit-tory-mel-stride-flashes-13855178
 
1. no food
 
2. no channel tunnel
 
 looks deliberate, but christ
post edited by wiseacre - 2019/01/14 16:05:34

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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/14 16:30:26 (permalink)
Goodone
LHC
Atheism = political correctness?

I think I've explained myself as well as I can be bothered 





 
 
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/14 16:37:07 (permalink)
wiseacre
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/brexit-tory-mel-stride-flashes-13855178
 
1. no food
 
2. no channel tunnel
 
 looks deliberate, but christ




They are literally trolling the public now
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/14 19:20:07 (permalink)
https://twitter.com/junckereu/status/1084767077892804608?s=21

SW14
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/15 11:20:30 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby S8 2019/01/15 12:04:52
Hopefully May loses today, Corbyn loses his attempted power grab vote of No Confidence and Labour and Tory rebels vote through a second referendum.
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/15 11:31:30 (permalink)
Friend of mine pretty much sums it up this morning
 

Lawrence’s guide to Brexit
1) I was pissed off about the EU referendum result at the time - although I won a substantial sum of money at the bookies in predicting the result. (If only I’d done the double with Trump winning over Clinton too and I would probably be retired now.) It was clear to me on my travels around this country over the past decade or two at the levels of general and unspecified anger that existed towards, well, pretty much the entire set-up of things. We were always going to vote out.
 
2) Despite the populist bollocks being spewed in front of television cameras by a handful of bitter old people in Stoke yesterday (and I include the repellent Prime Minister in that number) the EU is not to blame for the decimation of industry in Stoke - or Britain for that matter. Tory governments calculatedly, gleefully and knowingly put pay to coal and steel and celebrated when thousands of workers and communities were destroyed. Meanwhile the pottery industry in Stoke was run down and outsourced by ruling class male white British directors and chief executives to countries like India, China and Indonesia - all outside the EU.
 
3) And there lies the root of the problem. Leaving the EU will not change the make-up of the people who own and run Britain. Whatever happens with the vote today or after March 29, the same bosses will be in charge of business and industry, the same aristocrats will own almost all the land, the same fraudulent Academy Trust chief executives will be awarding themselves huge salaries from money set aside for kid’s education, the same senior police officers will be covering up for corrupt and incompetent cops, the same shareholders of the PLCs will be demanding the same unsustainable profits at the detriment of ordinary workers’ pay. And the same sensationalist media will be in place to crudely shape our views.
 
4) However, it’s clear that staying in the EU will not address any of these things either. The EU had 30 years to do so and it failed the bulk of workers in this country by allowing, for instance, the British government the right to opt-out of legislation governing workers rights. The EU hasn’t stopped the homelessness crisis or the attack on the benefits of the poor and disabled. The EU is at root a pro-capitalist club which enforces the system that has failed us. It just so happens that has suited the majority of the British ruling class who are supporters of the exact same system.
 
5) The referendum was the ideal time to make the case for a joined up and progressive Europe - and instead the idiot liberal centrists ran a campaign to tell us that if we voted to leave, we would all quickly starve and die of thirst in burning ruins. And so those same superior liberal centrist idiots continue with their pathetic teen-angst memes and supercilious scaremongering and endlessly attacking the Labour Party.
 
6) My advice to you is to switch off the news and starve the wankers in Westminster their precious publicity. You can tell the MPs on all sides are loving this - feeling important and swaggering about giving it the big one on camera. It’s reminiscent of the many times they debate sending the armed forces to bomb third world countries, making fatuous grandstanding speeches about noble warfare and making false moral equivalences before trotting off to bed in the safety of their subsidised Central London accommodation after a night on the cheap booze in Westminster.
 
7) Whether we stay, leave or end up with May’s fudge, or another fudge, we are a capitalist country today and will remain a capitalist country tomorrow. Until we address that systemic issue, then the EU is at best a side issue - a trading bloc with bells and whistles. Nobody will die because of a traffic jam at Dover or a queue at customs. The French won’t suddenly stop selling us cheese. The German cars won’t be requisitioned and sold for scrap. Get a grip.

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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/15 11:36:57 (permalink)
I like that, point 3 is especially well made.
 
I would argue though that leaving the EU, particularly with a no deal, would make that even worse especially if the Brexiteer Tories get their way.
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/15 11:43:28 (permalink)
Very much so however if Mays deal doesnt get trhough - which it wont then No Deal is looking more likely and the blame for that can be dished out to all in the commons
wiseacre
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/15 11:51:10 (permalink)
one of the main reasons many tories want to leave the EU is because of the tax evasion directive.
 
th EU is not in charge of solving homelessness and other domestic affairs. just imagine the headlines if it tried to dictate home poicy and govt spending like that. mental.
 
the tories intend to make britain a massive offshore tax haven.
 
they intend to reduce human rights and worksers protections (they have stated this in their proposed british bill of rights).
 
none of those things are possible whilst in the EU
 
to say the EU hasn't benefitted workers and consumers is complete and utter poppycock. 
 
 

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SW14
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/15 12:00:36 (permalink)
Number of people sleeping rough in Britain = estimated 5-8,000

Number of people sleeping rough in Berlin alone = 10,000.

Germany total = 52,000

Everyone seems to think that we are the only place afflicted by these things. Most of you would argue that Germany is a fairer society but it has much worse homelessness.
post edited by SW14 - 2019/01/15 12:13:58
Postman Pat
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Re: To Brexit or not to Brexit? 2019/01/15 12:00:47 (permalink)
The only way a no deal will happen is if there's a second referendum with it explicitly stated on the ballot. 
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