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eeps

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#1825310 Kilmarnock 0 - 0 Aberdeen

Posted by eeps on 21 August 2019 - 12:53 PM

Have they fixed the disabled section or have the huns fucked that permanently?


Na it's fucked you'll have to sit beside the dugout
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#1824894 Sam Cosgrove

Posted by eeps on 20 August 2019 - 11:07 AM

https://www.lazionew...tacco-aberdeen/


'The price of his card is limited and Lazio could score an interesting low-cost hit.'

Fuck Off Lazio, 10mil for Cosigoals or you can do one
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#1824683 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 19 August 2019 - 07:46 PM

And you implied a few posts back it might not be IDS but his staff
Any proof of this sweeping statement

You said your a yes voter but looking back on your posts you seem very keen to defend the Tories all the time
Any reason for this?


Undercover ops
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#1824682 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 19 August 2019 - 07:45 PM

MI5 scrambling messages to undermine indy campaign
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#1823622 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 18 August 2019 - 12:23 AM

eeps being found out on here for the absolute tot that he is.


Oh aye absolutely, brilliant as usual jimmy
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#1823447 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 17 August 2019 - 04:56 PM



Secondly, look at Japan's economy, deflation, global electronics firms being bypassed by South Korea and now China, countryside villages struggling to survive with depopulation. If EVER there was an argument that immigration is good, Japan is the big shining example saying we really need to stop being racist and allow in more foreigners.


I agree, however if there is unmanaged immigration there are implications beyond the economy. Namely cultural, that is places change. London a good example completely different place now than it was a few years ago. Some people love the change to a culturally mixed city others feel alienated by it. It's a hard balance to find.
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#1823436 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 17 August 2019 - 04:42 PM

More than 18 people immigrated to Japan.

TRUE.


I agree , as noted above I've read that from 2012 applications or something, I apologise. However the broader point remains that Japan has one of the lowest levels of immigration in the world, that does not then mean that Japanese govt are racist. The question is of how best to manage immigration and what has been the impact overall of greatly increased immigration to the UK, I don't know the answer but I don't think opening borders us a good idea.
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#1823426 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 17 August 2019 - 04:34 PM


Please note everything I say is true and will back up with facts. I don't really give a fuck about indy now, I'm doing fine and if we have decided to be a nation of selfish greedy fucks I'll make sure I do ok. Just can't stand the same cunts making up lies and repeating the bullshit of the media.


Aye OK, everything you say is true,everyone you disagree with is lying.
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#1823408 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 17 August 2019 - 04:20 PM

We have had this system for how many 100 years? It's always been designed to protect the landed gentry and the other elites. Despite many Labor governments nothing has ever changed. Scotland needs to get the fuck away from it all and have a clean break. The world is changing and the UK is only going to get worse the way it stands.


Firstly like your other lies, that is completely incorrect. But anyway I'd take all the money from HS2 (and HS1 and HS3) and cross rail, and Brexit and the olympics and the royals etc etc etc and build a tram fae Edinburgh to fucking John o' Groats.


Eh? Devolution has provided far greater powers.

Also I gather you've heard of the Barnett formula? Indy Scotland would have a massive deficit requiring massive austerity measures, we would also have greatly reduced tax revenues. Fair enough if you just want to do it anyway but seems a bit daft to me, particularly when you want to immediately join EU and give up fishing rights among other things. Economic forecasts within the white paper were all based on oil revenues and we have subsequently learned how misguided that was.
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#1823391 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 17 August 2019 - 04:04 PM

1. It's fine, arguably better than UK's (we are going into recession...), and when you compare it to Northern Ireland fucking Jesus it's flying.

2. What will change? Let's keep things the same with record drugs deaths, child poverty, young folk not able to buy a house, massive inequality that's only getting worse, sucking yankee cock, a falling £, etc etc etc.

Wouldn't you at the very very worst at least like to be able to say at least we tried, we took fucking responsibility for ourselves and if it gets a little bit worse we will deal with it because we can sure as fuck try and make it a lot better?

Genuine answer please, and only you not the Tory army bots.


Why not try now with the system and powers we have?

What would you do differently with the far lower amount of money you'd have?
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#1823382 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 17 August 2019 - 03:57 PM

Aye. 18... 60,000... all in the rounding I suppose.

You spouting shite like that is very telling as to where you get your information. Japan accepted 18 asylum applications in 2012, it's usually far right, white supremacist, ethnostate types that spread this sort of stuff, conflating it with immigration to try and argue for a "white Europe"

I'd get a better source of information if I was you


My bad, point remains though that question of immigration being reduced to accusations of racism is unhelpful.
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#1823287 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 17 August 2019 - 02:02 PM

Temped to say i wanted out so you cant counter with “thats not independence”

But as part of Europe we would have an equal say see Ireland not be over ruled by England all the time.

Just heard the so called Scottish news on the radio
English cricket followed by English football then health which only applies to England and Wales

No other country in the world has its news coming from another country.


So you want to be governed by EU, no credibility whatsoever. Equal say 🤣
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#1822849 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 16 August 2019 - 07:41 PM

I'm not 100% convinced they will be lower. Our beef was banned by the yanks coz of CJD while we were still eating it. Its all just remainer hype. All food will still be labelled and we'll still be able to choose.


You're right moobs, why would our food standards lower? Chicken is washed in chlorinated water in the states to kill bacteria, it's not a lower food safety standard. There is no good reason not to do it.
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#1822778 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 16 August 2019 - 06:32 PM

Enjoy

I prefer my meat corn/grass fed with no chemicals

Thank you very mucho

(I get my bloody chemicals from other sources)


Me too but you will be eating 'chlorinated' food already. When I was a chef in Aberdeen we had to 'chlorinate' the lettuce. You might have eaten it, soz.
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#1822744 Scottish Independence Referendum 2

Posted by eeps on 16 August 2019 - 05:42 PM

As a side note however, I still believe in independence, on the principle of self-determination. The Tories haven't won the popular vote in any national election on Scotland since 1959 (and that was a conservative vote from two parties combined and they still got less seats than Labour) but have been in power two-thirds of the time since. For two-thirds of my life - and my parents' lives - Scotland has had a government it never voted for. At least under independence, we could get rid of Sturgeon and co. We are, however, stuck with BoJo the Clown and any other inept choice England makes.


One way of looking at it, however there are a fair few Scottish Tory MPs so plenty constituents at least represented in ruling party if not govt. Many other parts of the country could no doubt have a similar claim, Yorkshire for example.
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