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6 hours ago, minijc said:

Again showing just how out of touch you are.

Boris will see us all do well, he's handling the virus really well while delivering the Brexit we voted for, shameful the biggest party in our region won't back our fishermen but he'll swat them aside, put your trust in him. I honestly believe our greatest leader since Churchill.

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1 hour ago, Captain Caveman said:

No he didn’t 

They had to clean the mess left, any neutral observer can see that, labour left a shambles.

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11 minutes ago, daytripping said:

Boris will see us all do well, he's handling the virus really well while delivering the Brexit we voted for, shameful the biggest party in our region won't back our fishermen but he'll swat them aside, put your trust in him. I honestly believe our greatest leader since Churchill.

 

10 minutes ago, daytripping said:

They had to clean the mess left, any neutral observer can see that, labour left a shambles.

I can't argue with you. I simply can't.

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14 hours ago, daytripping said:

Conservatives equals more money in your pocket, simple really. The left get in now and then and make an utter arse of it, Labour leaving a note saying there's no money left when they left office sums it up, there isn't an alternative. The independence people really need to look at the figures, it's a pipedream.

First sentence=🎣 unless you are talking about the 1% and left/right doesn't exist in two party dominant politics...if it ever really did. This is also the case in the country I live in. Politicians are too frightened to offend those 1% and spend their time doing their bidding at the expense of everybody else.

 

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8 hours ago, daytripping said:

Boris will see us all do well, he's handling the virus really well while delivering the Brexit we voted for, shameful the biggest party in our region won't back our fishermen but he'll swat them aside, put your trust in him. I honestly believe our greatest leader since Churchill.

I actually hope he delivers this Brexit that you and many others voted for, I think it's great especially when you see areas that voted for it get all the extra 'stuff' they didn't anticipate.  The people of Kent getting their back gardens tarmacked over and their property value drop over night, all the old pensioners that have moved to Spain and France now being unable to sustain living there due to the extras costs "I didn't realise that taking back control of our borders meant we'd be treated like this" one of my favourite quotes I read from some 70 year old white woman that loves staying in Benidorm because of the food and culture that had just found out she'd need x amount to stay there and very expensive health insurance, LOL.  Then we have the people of Cornwall who voted for Brexit, they are now out with the begging bowl wanting £700m to cover the EU funding that they will be losing, tremendous!  Now on to the farmers, wonderful, wonderful British farmers, the lads that thrive on exploiting European workers, seen one guy on the news last week who owned a company that specialised in providing European staff for farmers, reckons as of Jan 1st his company is no longer viable, shame but he voted for it so he'll have to live that, it's also funny that this pandemic highlighted just how much farmers rely on European workers so next year will be even funnier.

 

I also think it's fantastic that the current cost of Brexit is already more than what GREAT Britain had paid in EU fees over the years, only to be more restricted and cut off, after all we're just a tiny island that pines for the good old days of Colonialism, sadly for Boris, his paymasters and the people that bought in to this, those days won't be coming back, it's time for the reality check on how small this place really is.  Now it's best to start getting ready for all the fall out of what they voted for and wanted, huge job losses, medicine, food and fuel shortages, long delays at customs check points, tighter restrictions on travel, the loss of some basic human rights and a very weak economy.

 

RULE BRITANNIA BABY!!!!

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The same people screaming for independence and saying Scotland could easily stand on its own 2 feet are up in arms that Great Britain wants to go it alone, you seriously couldn't make it up.

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29 minutes ago, daytripping said:

The same people screaming for independence and saying Scotland could easily stand on its own 2 feet are up in arms that Great Britain wants to go it alone, you seriously couldn't make it up.

Can't argue with you. I really can't. 

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1 hour ago, rocket_scientist said:

Can't argue with you. I really can't. 

You cannot reason someone out of a position that they have not reasoned themselves in to. 

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15 hours ago, minijc said:

I actually hope he delivers this Brexit that you and many others voted for, I think it's great especially when you see areas that voted for it get all the extra 'stuff' they didn't anticipate.  The people of Kent getting their back gardens tarmacked over and their property value drop over night, all the old pensioners that have moved to Spain and France now being unable to sustain living there due to the extras costs "I didn't realise that taking back control of our borders meant we'd be treated like this" one of my favourite quotes I read from some 70 year old white woman that loves staying in Benidorm because of the food and culture that had just found out she'd need x amount to stay there and very expensive health insurance, LOL.  Then we have the people of Cornwall who voted for Brexit, they are now out with the begging bowl wanting £700m to cover the EU funding that they will be losing, tremendous!  Now on to the farmers, wonderful, wonderful British farmers, the lads that thrive on exploiting European workers, seen one guy on the news last week who owned a company that specialised in providing European staff for farmers, reckons as of Jan 1st his company is no longer viable, shame but he voted for it so he'll have to live that, it's also funny that this pandemic highlighted just how much farmers rely on European workers so next year will be even funnier.

 

I also think it's fantastic that the current cost of Brexit is already more than what GREAT Britain had paid in EU fees over the years, only to be more restricted and cut off, after all we're just a tiny island that pines for the good old days of Colonialism, sadly for Boris, his paymasters and the people that bought in to this, those days won't be coming back, it's time for the reality check on how small this place really is.  Now it's best to start getting ready for all the fall out of what they voted for and wanted, huge job losses, medicine, food and fuel shortages, long delays at customs check points, tighter restrictions on travel, the loss of some basic human rights and a very weak economy.

 

RULE BRITANNIA BABY!!!!

Not like you to be doom mongering drama queen.  

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6 hours ago, Parklife said:

You cannot reason someone out of a position that they have not reasoned themselves in to. 

I like that. Going to incorporate it into my sayings. 

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9 hours ago, maryhilldon said:

Not like you to be doom mongering drama queen.  

Alright Brexithilldon, how am I being a doom monger by posting FACTS?

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On 9/16/2020 at 7:03 AM, minijc said:

 

 

 Now it's best to start getting ready for all the fall out of what they voted for and wanted, huge job losses, medicine, food and fuel shortages, long delays at customs check points, tighter restrictions on travel, the loss of some basic human rights and a very weak economy.

 

These are all facts are they?  Things that haven't happened yet?  Most of those things are going to happen now anyway as a consequence of the shamdemic. 

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10 hours ago, Ohjimmyjimmy said:

COVID will be the perfect excuse for the Brexit wanks when it all goes pear-shaped.

 

7 minutes ago, maryhilldon said:

These are all facts are they?  Things that haven't happened yet?  Most of those things are going to happen now anyway as a consequence of the shamdemic. 

That was quick. 

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On 9/16/2020 at 7:03 AM, minijc said:

I actually hope he delivers this Brexit that you and many others voted for, I think it's great especially when you see areas that voted for it get all the extra 'stuff' they didn't anticipate.  The people of Kent getting their back gardens tarmacked over and their property value drop over night, all the old pensioners that have moved to Spain and France now being unable to sustain living there due to the extras costs "I didn't realise that taking back control of our borders meant we'd be treated like this" one of my favourite quotes I read from some 70 year old white woman that loves staying in Benidorm because of the food and culture that had just found out she'd need x amount to stay there and very expensive health insurance, LOL.  Then we have the people of Cornwall who voted for Brexit, they are now out with the begging bowl wanting £700m to cover the EU funding that they will be losing, tremendous!  Now on to the farmers, wonderful, wonderful British farmers, the lads that thrive on exploiting European workers, seen one guy on the news last week who owned a company that specialised in providing European staff for farmers, reckons as of Jan 1st his company is no longer viable, shame but he voted for it so he'll have to live that, it's also funny that this pandemic highlighted just how much farmers rely on European workers so next year will be even funnier.

 

I also think it's fantastic that the current cost of Brexit is already more than what GREAT Britain had paid in EU fees over the years, only to be more restricted and cut off, after all we're just a tiny island that pines for the good old days of Colonialism, sadly for Boris, his paymasters and the people that bought in to this, those days won't be coming back, it's time for the reality check on how small this place really is.  Now it's best to start getting ready for all the fall out of what they voted for and wanted, huge job losses, medicine, food and fuel shortages, long delays at customs check points, tighter restrictions on travel, the loss of some basic human rights and a very weak economy.

 

RULE BRITANNIA BABY!!!!

Excellent post, Minijc. Come what January the 1st, this island of ours may as well follow the route of the lost continent of Atlantis or drift away off the planet. We are well and truly fucked. 

Just a theory but don't you think it is very much coincidental that not too long after confirming the UK's decision to leave the EU by 01/01/2021, and the other trade alliances that go with it, we are hit with a global  "pandemic" of which the UK is allegedly deeply effected with, pro rata.  

Like I say, just a thought but I wonder if we would even be aware this "horrid" virus existed at all had we remained after all. 

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2 minutes ago, the shepherd said:

 

Like I say, just a thought but I wonder if we would even be aware this "horrid" virus existed at all had we remained after all. 

😆 That's a hell of a leap! 

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4 minutes ago, the shepherd said:

 

Just a theory but don't you think it is very much coincidental that not too long after confirming the UK's decision to leave the EU by 01/01/2020, and the other trade alliances that go with it, we are hit with a global  "pandemic" of which the UK is allegedly deeply effected with, pro rata.  

Like I say, just a thought but I wonder if we would even be aware this "horrid" virus existed at all had we remained after all. 

Just after 9am, and you've posted the most insane thing I'll read all day. 

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2 minutes ago, milne_afc said:

Brilliant stuff, Shep. 😂

Cheers Milne loon👍. Like I said, just a theory and a thought but haven't heard anyone raise this as a valid (or invalid) point in the media or outwith the press. 

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9 minutes ago, the shepherd said:

Excellent post, Minijc. Come what January the 1st, this island of ours may as well follow the route of the lost continent of Atlantis or drift away off the planet. We are well and truly fucked. 

Just a theory but don't you think it is very much coincidental that not too long after confirming the UK's decision to leave the EU by 01/01/2020, and the other trade alliances that go with it, we are hit with a global  "pandemic" of which the UK is allegedly deeply effected with, pro rata.  

Like I say, just a thought but I wonder if we would even be aware this "horrid" virus existed at all had we remained after all. 

It would have at least made John Craven’s Newsround.

” And finally , in China lots of people are coughing and shit after a man ate a bat supper !  It could have been avoided had the bat ‘flu’ away ‘  [smirk at camera , shuffle papers ]. Good evening.

 

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1 minute ago, the shepherd said:

Cheers Milne loon👍. Like I said, just a theory and a thought but haven't heard anyone raise this as a valid (or invalid) point in the media or outwith the press. 

There's a good reason for that. 

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6 minutes ago, the shepherd said:

Cheers Milne loon👍. Like I said, just a theory and a thought but haven't heard anyone raise this as a valid (or invalid) point in the media or outwith the press. 

For a theory to be a theory, it needs to theorise properly otherwise it presents itself as mad and incoherent, a partial guess on something that hasn't been thought through.

Putting aside that the MASSIVE assumptions that the virus was man made, released into the community and spread globally, WHO did this and WHY?

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34 minutes ago, the shepherd said:

Excellent post, Minijc. Come what January the 1st, this island of ours may as well follow the route of the lost continent of Atlantis or drift away off the planet. We are well and truly fucked. 

Just a theory but don't you think it is very much coincidental that not too long after confirming the UK's decision to leave the EU by 01/01/2022, and the other trade alliances that go with it, we are hit with a global  "pandemic" of which the UK is allegedly deeply effected with, pro rata.  

Like I say, just a thought but I wonder if we would even be aware this "horrid" virus existed at all had we remained after all. 

Fuck’s sake 😂😂😂

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4 minutes ago, rocket_scientist said:

Where did you copy and paste the bulk of that post from?

Or should I tell them?

It's my own work, Rocket.

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