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Slean Wolfhead

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  1. Slean Wolfhead

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    To be fair to Corbyn, it was on here that Bunbury61 said that he and his sort would be carrying Brexit on their own shoulders, so it's a little unfair to single out Corbyn when Bunbury is no doubt finalising his detailed Brexit defence plan at this very moment from a back garden in Wolverhampton. Has anybody seen them lately...Bunbury, George and Mildred, that dodgy copper who was going to falsify his citizenship statement and then bugger off...the ones with all the brains who were pro-Brexit and didn't like details or working things how things happen ?
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    This is Raab who was warning yesterday against a resurgence of "Project Fear" scaremongering for no reason...then refused to confirm that the Government are not ordering the stockpiling of food ! Is this was just scaremongering, they wouldn't be trying to spend money we haven't got attempting to protect food supplies. What a rabble.
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    Brits not used to this heat..

    Honestly, they are wusses aren't they. My bro's gone out for a walk in China today.....feels like 44 degrees. 33 is a late Spring day.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    What is this "average working man", you often revert to this example ? How much does he know about the world he's now living in, when did he drop out and start asking for somebody to look after him? I don't see that in Australia, people make their own luck, they have true freedom, they take risks, they pay their own way....they don't expect to be bailed out or looked after. I don't see that with the Chinese, they learn another language and reach out into the world, leave their families and travel...despite having a difficult Government of their own. They don't look for protection or expect anything on a plate. Why is it that the UK 's people have voted for something they do not have the talent for, or capability to achieve, but then blames the Government for not caring about "the average working man" ? It's never been any different, so why think it can change now when it's likely to get worse. The "average working man" voted for this because he thought he knew better, with no evidence (because people have had enough of experts remember...). The problem is at home, the perception of freedom but in reality, a lack of taking risks and a desire for protection from perceived threat. Power lies with the individual, they either succeed or fail.....stop looking at politicians for help.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    It's a further descent isn't it...when will the bottom be reached? How Britain is becoming everything it despised. If people just stood on their own two feet and stopped whinging, worked harder, went off into the world and explored, learned, if we educated the masses more, became as productive as the Germans or as dedicated as the Chinese...none of this would be happening. It's become a nanny state and will end in failure only when we clear out a generation.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    Punishment policies ? You've caused this with your bragging, empty threats and arrogance, not them. They're not going to be ripped off or gouged if somebody breaks away and tries not to pay their dues, them tries to setup against them. The UK would do exactly the same in return, we built an empire from defending our interests! The problem is that Brexiteers have overstated their hand in every way and it's now being shown to be a delusion. Yes, so let's blame Brexiteers, fantasist numpties for the most part.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    I see Mogg gave a great interview on Channel 4 news. Refused to say how he would be held accountable for his constant promotion that other people should put their futures on the line for his viewpoint, when he seems to be hedging his bets over his own future by offshoring his fortune ? How will you take responsibility if Brexit is a folly and you've led these people to a very poor outcome? He said that he could be voted out as a backbench MP and that would be fine, but as we might not know the result of Brexit for 50 years why would they expect him to feel any responsibility ? Haven't heard an interviewer laugh at an interviewee for a long time.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    They should be. The amount we've lost in the last 10 years has put us behind, even accounting for the GFC. That was austerity though...we'd have had better growth and paid off more debt if Osborne hadn't bothered doing anything at all. That's a major cause of the dissatisfaction that manifested itself in this Brexit self-harm and lashing out.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    touchy ! Now you know how we've felt for the last 2 years watching you lot search for a unicorn.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    America realised in 1940 that spending money on militarising was a great way to drag themselves out of the Great Depression. Pre-1940 the American army was smaller than Portugal's army, but they made an economy out of it and have been literally fighting to sustain it ever since, all around the world. This contrasts with their previous neutrality and refusal to get dragged into world affairs.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    No, but 52% of them might
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    The whole point of the resignations was because they realised that they have no parliamentary majority to do anything, and have spent two years sitting with their thumbs up their backsides whistling dixie. David Davis had taken part in only 4 meetings this year, he wasn't even being taken seriously by the EU because he had no idea what he wanted, and he was the bloody talisman We're just wasting everyone's time. We don't have to tell the EU to do anything, we can just turn round and **** off tomorrow if we like. And why don't we? Because the people telling us to do that are the incompetent fools who are good for little, as they've proven. If they weren't, we wouldn't be in this mess.
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    World Cup Thread

    I can get R5 Live every morning in the car via TuneIn over Telstra mobile on an android phone. Not sure if they have the commentary rights though.
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    He only laughs at everything because i think he's not allowed to post in real-time because he cannot be trusted to be sensible. But he had a vote. Funny that
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    What all this has done is given the Brexiteers their answer. They have had two years to come up with a plan and they have produced the sum total of **** all. They have prepared nothing. They have inspired no hope. They have turned up to negotiations with a plastic knife and fork and been slaughtered. All the windbags on here (mostly now disappeared or died of shame), replicate the charlatan windbags of Brexit. They overestimated their hand because they did not know what sort of hand they held. They did not understand their own country, they did not understand relationships, they did not understand business, they failed to acknowledge complexity, and they offered no workable solution. It was beyond them from Day 1, a massive con on the gullible and a massive embarrassment for the UK and it's reputation. They have damaged us. Every last false Brexit promise, piece of idiotic rhetoric, every senseless complaint about experts, every disgraceful complaint about the judiciary doing the job to uphold British law, every frightening complaint about Parliament trying to uphold the British constitution and maintain the foundations of our democracy, the goonish dismissiveness of alternative viewpoints, the drifting towards a fascist outlook has been laid bare. We have a problem in this country with education, culture, reality, sense of entitlement, lack of productivity. We have fallen behind the rest of the world, not the other way round. These people were root of the problem and the root of Brexit, not the solution. These people do not remember the "sick man of Europe", as the UK was referred to before it joined the EEC and EU. It is to Britain's shame that our domestic politics has produced another generation of "can't do's" who have complained themselves into this mess. Teresa May bless her, for a poor Home Secretary propelled beyond her level...has done all that she can. She has produced a rubbish compromise that is far worse than the current status quo. BUT...she has proposed the only workable solution possible without totally destroying the economy that underpins everything we need. This isn't good enough for the hard Brexit lot. They have resigned because they know that Teresa May is CORRECT and it is their own shambolic lack of skill and judgement that has caused this. There will be no Brexit as such, but there will be a weaker Britain. And it will cost every working family in this country for the right to suffer it.