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Brexit Is Finished.


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#1 bobby47

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Posted 17 October 2017

Friendless, despised by the French, treated with contempt by the European Commission, the majority of Parliament against our exit, the wealthy and famous constantly lining up to tell us how stupid we are, giant business conglomerates determined that we continue to fund their wealth, the French, the Germans, the Spanish and Italians determined not to up their payments to cover our 13 Billion contribution, the poor countries of the East of Europe desperate not to receive any less because of our wish to leave, the BBC, the Clintons, Obama, Branson and bloody Geldof repeatedly telling us what we should think and Juncker, Verhofstadt and Barnier joyfully sitting back happily watching our great nation being ripped apart because we chose not to remain aboard their failing federalist expansionistic policy.
They demand we pay them nigh on 100 Billion pounds to exit the Union and provide all the economic migrants who've settled here, were once resident here, together with all their close and extended family members who've yet to come to Britain and all of their unborn children who may never visit our Country must be guaranteed full rights that allow every single one of them to receive their free health care, their education, their housing and all the financial benefits that our ancestors worked so hard to win for us their indigenous British White, Black and Asian descendants.
No matter the absurdity of these demands from the EU Commision, which is essentially their dishonourable way of extracting money from us, the Commision will happily destroy our great nation so that no other member state will dare ever contemplate a life outside their totalitarian, neo communistic authoritarian federal state that rules from the centre by unelected politically lightweight British hating surfs to the will of Germany and France.
Despite the ongoing negotiations,the outcome is now unavoidable predictable. Unless some other member state brings about some other unforeseen challenge to the Commision that brings about the fall of this empire of dirt, we in Britain will now never leave this Union. Our money and our sovereign wealth will continue to be diverted Eastwards so that the poor nations will become richer and the Western nations poorer so that the logical outcome will be attained. Every single EU nation, with the exception of Germany and France, who are by design our future continental leaders and power brokers, will all become an economic area where big business can flourish on the back of Free Movement Of People and federalism of Europe will be complete. Cheap labour is the key and in Europe we have millions of people who are content to become a component part of this highly profitable economic excercise that sees the poor people paying for its existence and the rich and wealthy business giants reaping the rewards of the emerging economic markets that our money is now creating in the East of the EU zone.
Once the negotiations are done, and the demands will be nigh on impossible to accept, there will be a second referendum and the British people will understandable give up, surrender their sovereignty, concede defeat and give the ruling elite exactly what they wanted and expected in the first bloody place. A vote to remain in!
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#2 Roger

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Posted 17 October 2017

The format of that post was impossible to read. Edit it and I might understand it! 


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#3 bobby47

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Posted 17 October 2017

You're clearly sober Roger whereas I'm not. Considering I've just supped eleven pints of ale and I'm howling at the moon, I think it's remarkable that I managed to log in and type anything at all upon my blurred keyboard. Buggar the editing. See you lad. Take care.
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#4 Colin James

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Posted 18 October 2017

The more I hear about the EU the more I realise how corrupt it all is. It is like a Mafia family, once your in your can't leave! I wonder how many of the remaining members can see what is going on here...


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#5 SON OF GRIDKNOCKER

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Posted 18 October 2017

I certainly didn't have any trouble reading it. This is a 24ct King Bobby rant. Who else who posts on The Voice could manage such an articulate 130-word single-sentence paragraph?


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Posted 18 October 2017

Spot on B47.

And I totally agree with you as well, Colin.

It seems that they (the EU) will put obstacles wherever they see fit, change the subject of what they are prepared to discuss, tell us we have to pay $x.xx more before we can talk about any trade deal...  Then to prove how mature they are, criticise British food?!?!  I mean, come on...  Really?

I'll fully admit the politicians on our side are complete muppets who I wouldn't trust with a garden rake, but, well, it's all getting a bit silly really, isn't it?


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Posted 18 October 2017

I haven't a clue of the consequences but I now think we should send them a greeting card saying words to the effect " we have now left you " oh! and here's the bill for giving you the freedom you so like .

Goodbye .

I accept that it doesn't work like that but my way seems so simple .
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Posted 18 October 2017

What's happening behind the scenes. Just watch UK Column for an hour max or skip through topics not interested in to get an alternative view on what is really going on. Breakdown of topics covered under opening image.

 

Example:

 

00:30 – Brexit speed-up...deal done: EU military union
05:35 – Military union = banking union
06:16 – David Ellis, Brian Gerrish: comment and analysis
14:22 – Complete EU takeover of the UK: parliament circumvented
17:15 – British Navy being destroyed from within
21:30 – Book recommendation: The European Union Collective (link below)
23:14 – Soviet policy or International banking policy…?
26:25 – Common Purpose: ‘creative leadership’ in the military
28:19 – War in Yemen: misleading information…?
30:58 – Media on Trial event announcement
31:14 – UK Column meeting reminder
31:22 – Mergers and Acquisitions: a new regime
34:20 – Ending ‘Too big to fail’
36:36 – Child abuse apologists
41:23 – Nigel Farage: Brexiteer or EU military union fan…?


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#9 bobby47

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Posted 20 November 2017

Interestingly, it seems as though the EU noose is tightening around the neck of Poland, which given my hatred of all things EU, gives me some faint hope that the Union will eventually fragment and the whole rotten thing will subsequently and quickly fall apart leaving all the other remaining member states to lift their blinkers up and see the EU for what it really is. A force for bad!
Not withstanding Polands decision, along with Hungary and Chechoslovakia, who have refused to host any of the Medditeranean migrants, a decision that became their first step toward conflict with the European Commission, friction is definitely increasing between Warsaw and Brussels.
More recently the EU began to describe the financial help Poland receives as Aid rather than what they once said it was. Grants! This change in political language, designed to pi*% the Polish government off is rather like the way in which Britain is being treated. With contempt!
Then there's a raft of comments reportedly made by Juncker and Verhofstadt who suggested that the financial tap could be turned off if Poland didn't do as it was told regarding its media controls and its judicial appointments, an area where you'd think, whether you agreed with them or not, was Polands business and nobody else's. Course, being the EU and being unable to grasp the fact that Poland likes being Poland as we British like being British, these unelected federalist dreamers cannot understand any display of national pride.
But it gets worse for Poland. Their Premier, Beata Szyldo is being attacked by the Commission for buying a massive load of American coal which'll keep the homeland warm, the factories manufacturing and save themselves a load of money. The Commission objects because Poland is intending to burn fossil fuel without their consent and unlawfully increase carbon emissions.
And yesterday, Polands former Premier Donald Tusk, the unelected barstard appointed as the President of the EU Council, a **** slightly less irritating than the mad, gap toothed, wild eyed maniac Guy Verhofstadt, likened the government of Poland as similar to the Kremlin and an ally of Russia.
This and these comments, intended to hurt and anger a proud people were made by a Polish citizen. If you ask me, not that anybody would, I'd insist it to be treason and Tusk should be required to return back to his country of birth and explain his comments to the people he's supposed to be serving. Truth is, put these unelected mandarins in close proximity to the food trough and there's nothing they won't do or say to please their masters the EU. They're traitors who only care about themselves and the power that they've been given.
My hope is that the Polish people, particularly those who've made their home in Britain, remember these barbed attacks upon themselves and their Government and their Country and show the British some comradely support and understanding as we struggle with the noose that's being placed around our necks simply because we asked to leave.
You may ask, why have they quickly turned on Poland? Well, as simple as it sounds, Poland is the yearly Net recipient of ten billion Euros in EU funding. Britain is the yearly Net provider and payer of ten billion Euros into the EU budget. So, if the rich countries don't want to pay more and the poor countries don't want to receive less then it may have crossed their federalist minds to manoeuvre Poland out through the back door, out of the EU and rid themselves of the biggest problem. How to spread the cost and pain of Britain leaving the Union.
As Beata Szyldo has recently said, 'the EU Commission is more interested in looking after themselves rather than looking out for the people'. Sadly, nothing will change, her words will go unheeded and more member states will continue to look toward so called far right groups to help them challenge this unholy neo communistic meddling Commission who want to expand and destroy democratic thinking in pursuit of the United States Of Europe.
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Posted 29 November 2017

The Brexit negotiator Barnier today came out with an outburst accusing Britain of abandoning the Union in their hour of need. Citing the attacks carried out upon Europe by the Islamic State, he accused Britain of failing them, putting Europe and its citizens at risk and furthermore implied Britain was dishonourable, disloyal and selfish.
Given that it was Britain and its Commonwealth allies that stood alone against German aggression during the early part of World War Two and it was Britain that was their joint liberator of Europes German occupation, I find this latest outburst from this French poodle a lilttle hard to swallow.
Ranting on a little more, wasn't it Britain and the Americans that provided the lions share of military power that defended Europe during the Cold War years. Even today, it's still Britain and America who provide the Europeans their defence with only a few member states willing to pay their way and support us defending them.
These people call themselves our friends. They are not our friends. They're nothing like friends. Our friends, our true unconditional honest and honourable friends reside on other continents and are not burdened by historical grudges and deep seated feelings of revenge. At the heart of all these cruel, harsh and destructive demands the EU makes of Britain, is a long standing dislike of Britain, it's history, it's impact upon the modern world and the huge part Britain played in their liberation from the Germans. They are now exacting their revenge upon us!
As a modern historian recently explained when asked why our close continental neighbours resent Britain, he explained quite correctly, that for them, 'it's easier to forgive their conquer'er than it is to forgive their liberator.'
These people that speak for the EU disgust me. My hope is when the EU manage to manoeuvre themselves into yet another conflict, and they will, they always do, we in Britain will remember their harsh demands and their cruel words and not send my Grandson across the Channel and spill blood for them and their liberty. As Churchill once said, 'we are for you but we are not of you', and this quote from the great man, the greatest ever Briton is as true today as it was before we decided to charge those beaches at Dunkirk and Normandy and place ourselves in harms way to liberate Western Europe.
When you consider that these West European people are happy to destroy our economic future just to dissuade other member states from even thinking about following our lead and trying to leave their evil Union, I ask myself, 'why did we bother'.
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Posted 06 December 2017

Pinewood Studios announced earlier today that funding has been secured to revive the much loved Carry On franchise and that a new title, Carry On Brexit, has been commissioned and is slated for a late 2018 release.

Billy Freeman, the film’s executive producer told Empire: ‘It was simply just begging to be made, and as a comedy, the script has practically written itself with little or no help at all. The plot centres around the hapless Theresa May played by Babs Windsor who is desperately trying to clear up the Brexit shambles left behind by David Cameron played by Julian Clary.’

In one scene, reminiscent of Carry On Camping, Mrs May’s liberty bodice flies off when she gets a violent attack of sneezing after inhaling some pepper. It’s understood the plot romps its way through Strasbourg and then moves to Brussels where there is an almost catastrophic outbreak of flatulence and diarrhoea that nearly derails some tricky negotiations before a final deal can be agreed.

A veritable who’s who of British comedy talent has been signed up to play key figures in The UK’s leaving process. Boris Johnson, played by Peter Kay in an outrageous and wonderfully bouffant voluminous blond wig, contracts foot in mouth disease from a contaminated French beefsteak and Sir Kenneth Branagh puts in a rollicking turn as Jacob Rees-Mogg, valliantly fighting to ensure Britain is allowed to quit the EU free of any lasting legal obligation to sell only straight bananas.

With Jimmy Nesbitt in drag playing the DUP’s thorn-in-the-side hatchet-faced harridan, Arlene Foster, then the scene looks set for a fabulous fun-filled caper with something for all the family to enjoy.


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#12 ragwert

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Posted 09 December 2017


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