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Title: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: El Capitan on September 10, 2019, 01:41:26 PM
Would that sort this shit out? At least there would be no ambiguity



Seems the EU will never agree to a good enough deal that we could get through parliament. Fair enough, not their fucking problem is it.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: dixieland on September 10, 2019, 01:48:47 PM
Leave 100% & a deal or no deal doesn't matter to me. Just want to show them euro leaches that we won't be dictated to. Nobody knows what the outcome will be with or without a deal though it is amazing how some people on here claim to be an expert on what will happen either way.

Just respect the democratic vote & crack on. Hope Boris pulls it off & shows them all how to negotiate the right way.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Johnny Thunder on September 10, 2019, 01:54:34 PM
Matty fuck off you cunt.




 :diego:






Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: El Capitan on September 10, 2019, 01:58:30 PM
 :sid:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Johnny Thunder on September 10, 2019, 02:01:18 PM
 :jc:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: calamity on September 10, 2019, 02:17:24 PM
Who the fuck is this Johnny Thunder character   :alastair:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Johnny Thunder on September 10, 2019, 03:03:43 PM
Fuckin lefty remainer slag cunts.




 :ukfist:





 :rudi1:





And fuck off towz before ye fuckin start workin yeself.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Robbso on September 10, 2019, 03:43:22 PM
Perfect scenario, have a general election, not bothered who wins, all shit but give the people a second vote then let the leave vote massively increase and the remain vote collapse. Fuck em :lenin:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Johnny Thunder on September 10, 2019, 03:46:48 PM
Best three of five.




 :rudi1:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: CLEM FANDANGO on September 10, 2019, 04:06:38 PM
Matty fuck off you cunt.




 :diego:








Would you please calm down.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 10, 2019, 04:29:30 PM
Would that sort this shit out? At least there would be no ambiguity



Seems the EU will never agree to a good enough deal that we could get through parliament. Fair enough, not their fucking problem is it.

What difference would it make? We voted to leave in 2016 and yet the parasites in Parliament have done everything to block it.
Parliament has proven itself untrustworthy and we need a General Election to remove MPs who refuse to represent their constituencies.

Labour are about to be decimated, the Lib Dems will take their remoaner constituencies and the Tories will land a 25-40 seat majority.
 


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: T_Bone on September 10, 2019, 05:30:15 PM
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Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bud Wiser on September 10, 2019, 07:10:48 PM
Would that sort this shit out? At least there would be no ambiguity



Seems the EU will never agree to a good enough deal that we could get through parliament. Fair enough, not their fucking problem is it.

What difference would it make? We voted to leave in 2016 and yet the parasites in Parliament have done everything to block it.
Parliament has proven itself untrustworthy and we need a General Election to remove MPs who refuse to represent their constituencies.

Labour are about to be decimated, the Lib Dems will take their remoaner constituencies and the Tories will land a 25-40 seat majority.
  

Is that on the assumption that Nige's Brexit meddlers will have vanished into oblivion by then?


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 10, 2019, 07:50:10 PM
Would that sort this shit out? At least there would be no ambiguity



Seems the EU will never agree to a good enough deal that we could get through parliament. Fair enough, not their fucking problem is it.

What difference would it make? We voted to leave in 2016 and yet the parasites in Parliament have done everything to block it.
Parliament has proven itself untrustworthy and we need a General Election to remove MPs who refuse to represent their constituencies.

Labour are about to be decimated, the Lib Dems will take their remoaner constituencies and the Tories will land a 25-40 seat majority.
  

Is that on the assumption that Nige's Brexit meddlers will have vanished into oblivion by then?

The Brexit party will work with Johnson and UKIP to ensure Brexit happens. No matter what.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: El Capitan on September 10, 2019, 07:52:11 PM
the dream team  :rudi1:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: T_Bone on September 10, 2019, 08:15:42 PM
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Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 10, 2019, 08:18:44 PM
the dream team  :rudi1:

As opposed to a terrorist Sympathiser, a kangaroo shagger and wee willy winky from over the border?

Yeah it's a dream team alright 


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: El Capitan on September 10, 2019, 08:22:41 PM
FILL THOSE GULAGS


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: MF(c) DOOM on September 11, 2019, 12:58:26 AM
Leave 100% & a deal or no deal doesn't matter to me. Just want to show them euro leaches that we won't be dictated to. Nobody knows what the outcome will be with or without a deal though it is amazing how some people on here claim to be an expert on what will happen either way.

Just respect the democratic vote & crack on. Hope Boris pulls it off & shows them all how to negotiate the right way.

Yes , some people think they know best, including me. I'm not an expert . The bank of england are experts though, economists are experts and even our own government has written a report telling us how bad it will be for the country. Unfortunately now nobody wants to listen to experts,  they would rather believe myths and mischief from the internet.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Wee_Willie on September 11, 2019, 07:30:01 AM
Any referendum should be two options as remain is not an option as leavers won  :mido:

Two options LEAVE no deal, or LEAVE with deal (whatever that means).

Any deal needs to be defined and agreed with the EU cunts before a referendum otherwise this stupidity will continue and would allow negotiation a more sensible process.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 09:09:53 AM
Leave 100% & a deal or no deal doesn't matter to me. Just want to show them euro leaches that we won't be dictated to. Nobody knows what the outcome will be with or without a deal though it is amazing how some people on here claim to be an expert on what will happen either way.

Just respect the democratic vote & crack on. Hope Boris pulls it off & shows them all how to negotiate the right way.

Yes , some people think they know best, including me. I'm not an expert . The bank of england are experts though, economists are experts and even our own government has written a report telling us how bad it will be for the country. Unfortunately now nobody wants to listen to experts,  they would rather believe myths and mischief from the internet.

The same bank of England that missed the US housing crisis and the subsequent global recession?
The same bank of England that said the day after a vote to leave the EU the country would be plunged into recession?
The same bank of England that had been consistently wrong in its post Brexit vote predictions?

Those experts?

Laughable.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: PoliteDwarf on September 11, 2019, 10:13:04 AM
Listening to Tom Watson's comments this morning, it seems that the MPs who are going to campaign to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU are, perhaps unintentionally, revealing something about their own inadequacies.

Their position is that the UK cannot manage without the EU. These same people wish to lead the UK. Why would any member of the public possible wish to vote for someone to lead the UK who freely admits they are not capable of doing so without external help?  :pd:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Jimmy Cooper on September 11, 2019, 10:22:23 AM
Leave 100% & a deal or no deal doesn't matter to me. Just want to show them euro leaches that we won't be dictated to. Nobody knows what the outcome will be with or without a deal though it is amazing how some people on here claim to be an expert on what will happen either way.

Just respect the democratic vote & crack on. Hope Boris pulls it off & shows them all how to negotiate the right way.

Yes , some people think they know best, including me. I'm not an expert . The bank of england are experts though, economists are experts and even our own government has written a report telling us how bad it will be for the country. Unfortunately now nobody wants to listen to experts,  they would rather believe myths and mischief from the internet.
plenty of industrialists are in favour of leaving, people who run business and create wealth internationally, no one knows how it will go but we're not going to war ffs.!!  :diego:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 10:23:46 AM
Listening to Tom Watson's comments this morning, it seems that the MPs who are going to campaign to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU are, perhaps unintentionally, revealing something about their own inadequacies.

Their position is that the UK cannot manage without the EU. These same people wish to lead the UK. Why would any member of the public possible wish to vote for someone to lead the UK who freely admits they are not capable of doing so without external help?  :pd:

Great point. I believe that is the cross the Tories will nail the remoaners to in the next GE.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Robbso on September 11, 2019, 12:56:25 PM
Which tories, the rebels?  how can you fail to understand that this is a cross party problem. Labour voters voted in their millions to leave yet these people are being let down by the corrupt, career politicians sitting in Westminster on all sides


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: towz on September 11, 2019, 01:01:01 PM
Listening to Tom Watson's comments this morning, it seems that the MPs who are going to campaign to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU are, perhaps unintentionally, revealing something about their own inadequacies.

Their position is that the UK cannot manage without the EU. These same people wish to lead the UK. Why would any member of the public possible wish to vote for someone to lead the UK who freely admits they are not capable of doing so without external help?  :pd:

No country can survive in the modern world in isolation.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Jimmy Cooper on September 11, 2019, 01:14:01 PM
Listening to Tom Watson's comments this morning, it seems that the MPs who are going to campaign to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU are, perhaps unintentionally, revealing something about their own inadequacies.

Their position is that the UK cannot manage without the EU. These same people wish to lead the UK. Why would any member of the public possible wish to vote for someone to lead the UK who freely admits they are not capable of doing so without external help?  :pd:

No country can survive in the modern world in isolation.
internal governing  of a nation on your own terms is  not isolation.You can still have trade agreements,treaties,alliances, common practises,all the things we always did before the EU.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: towz on September 11, 2019, 02:40:21 PM
I think we always had that, or what the fuck is the government supposed to be for?


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Jimmy Cooper on September 11, 2019, 03:00:37 PM
I think we always had that, or what the fuck is the government supposed to be for?
what do you mean by isolation then.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Ural Quntz on September 11, 2019, 03:14:40 PM
Listening to Tom Watson's comments this morning, it seems that the MPs who are going to campaign to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU are, perhaps unintentionally, revealing something about their own inadequacies.

Their position is that the UK cannot manage without the EU. These same people wish to lead the UK. Why would any member of the public possible wish to vote for someone to lead the UK who freely admits they are not capable of doing so without external help?  :pd:

No country can survive in the modern world in isolation.


Nobody says we have to dafcun?






Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 03:19:43 PM
Which tories, the rebels?  how can you fail to understand that this is a cross party problem. Labour voters voted in their millions to leave yet these people are being let down by the corrupt, career politicians sitting in Westminster on all sides

The rebels are no longer tories and come the next election they'll no longer be MPs either.

There are far more remain supporting labour MPs in leave areas than leave supporting Tory MPs in remain areas.



Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Robbso on September 11, 2019, 03:39:24 PM
So you wonít accept the truth. Iíll explain for the last time, the sitting government have fucked this up. Called an election, lost a working majority, had to get in bed with the DUP then shit on them with the backstop. The Tory party have been in a state of civil war over Europe for over 30 years, this is the result.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: SmogOnTour on September 11, 2019, 03:44:52 PM
Would that sort this shit out? At least there would be no ambiguity



Seems the EU will never agree to a good enough deal that we could get through parliament. Fair enough, not their fucking problem is it.

Don't agree. The public voting a no deal will never be respected by this current parliament, that much is clear, and even in a situation where they "promise" to respect the result of a second referendum, can you really trust these people? The same ones who voted to trigger Art. 50 and have spent the past few years putting every obstacle and barrier in the way in order to prevent the UK from leaving?

And I don't believe a vote to remain will resolve the issues that have been exposed and return the UK to the utopic status quo that remainers seem to have convinced themselves will occur.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: towz on September 11, 2019, 03:59:19 PM
Listening to Tom Watson's comments this morning, it seems that the MPs who are going to campaign to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU are, perhaps unintentionally, revealing something about their own inadequacies.

Their position is that the UK cannot manage without the EU. These same people wish to lead the UK. Why would any member of the public possible wish to vote for someone to lead the UK who freely admits they are not capable of doing so without external help?  :pd:

No country can survive in the modern world in isolation.


Nobody says we have to dafcun?






Are we going to resurrect the British Empire?


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 04:23:04 PM
So you wonít accept the truth. Iíll explain for the last time, the sitting government have fucked this up. Called an election, lost a working majority, had to get in bed with the DUP then shit on them with the backstop. The Tory party have been in a state of civil war over Europe for over 30 years, this is the result.

The truth?

The truth that in 2015 the Tories put a referendum on membership of the EU in their manifesto and won a clear majority in the General Election?

The Labour party did not have that policy. The result 330 to 232 Tory win. 

The truth that on the 23rd of June we held a national referendum on leaving or remaining in the EU. Leave won 52% to 48%?
Parties left it to MPs to decide for themselves which way to campaign.

406 constituencies voted to leave 242 to remain.

The truth that remainer parasites (on both isles of the house) have done everything in their power to block, subvert and derail Brexit by any means at their disposal?

The truth that Cameron went back on his word, resigned and started the shit show we see today. The fact Bojo should have been PM first time around but Gove decided to knife him in the back?
The truth that we got the worse PM in living memory by default? The fact she was a remoaner and set about negotiating a deal with the EU that would never have been accepted in a million years?

Which truth is it i'm missing here?
 


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Johnny Thunder on September 11, 2019, 04:26:24 PM
Slam dunk Bob lad.




 :pope2:




Robbso fuckin mullered.





 :rudi1:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Skinz on September 11, 2019, 04:28:42 PM
Leave 100% & a deal or no deal doesn't matter to me. Just want to show them euro leaches that we won't be dictated to. Nobody knows what the outcome will be with or without a deal though it is amazing how some people on here claim to be an expert on what will happen either way.

Just respect the democratic vote & crack on. Hope Boris pulls it off & shows them all how to negotiate the right way.

Yes , some people think they know best, including me. I'm not an expert . The bank of england are experts though, economists are experts and even our own government has written a report telling us how bad it will be for the country. Unfortunately now nobody wants to listen to experts,  they would rather believe myths and mischief from the internet.

The same bank of England that missed the US housing crisis and the subsequent global recession?
The same bank of England that said the day after a vote to leave the EU the country would be plunged into recession?
The same bank of England that had been consistently wrong in its post Brexit vote predictions?

Those experts?

Laughable.

The same bank of England admitted just last week that we'de be fine leaving with no deal. And as for another vote, why would remain be on the paper when we've already voted to leave? It's just another way of splitting a vote. A vote on some kinda deal then fair enough...but only when Parliament decides to stop trying to put a stop to anything Brexit. Fuckin traitors!


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 04:30:23 PM
Is it the truth that the "principled" Jeremy Corbyn has campaigned against the EU his entire political career and who voted Leave is now attempting to block Brexit for purely political reasons?

Is that what I'm missing?
 

 


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: towz on September 11, 2019, 04:40:41 PM
I think the main problem here is the differences between expectation and reality


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: CLEM FANDANGO on September 11, 2019, 04:42:50 PM
I think the main problem here is the differences between expectation and reality

Towz - please stop yapping.  Bob has already given us all the correct points and answers.

Bob and other sensible COB people for the win.

Lefty glibtards for the loss.

 :pope2:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: towz on September 11, 2019, 05:02:09 PM
Bob for PM :pope2:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 05:15:01 PM
I think the main problem here is the differences between expectation and reality

Well we already know you believe that only people who agree with you should be allowed to vote so your opinion on matters of social democracy are pretty much worthless.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: towz on September 11, 2019, 05:27:13 PM
Please quote me where I have stated that?  Cheers oddfield


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Robbso on September 11, 2019, 07:04:01 PM
Slam dunk Bob lad.




 :pope2:




Robbso fuckin mullered.





 :rudi1:

Except thatís what Iíve been saying, apart from Boris for two year you soft cocked sparky cunt, yet daft arses keep trying to blame lefties  :souey:

Oh btw johnny :fingers: back to jamaca :monkey:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Robbso on September 11, 2019, 07:07:06 PM
Is it the truth that the "principled" Jeremy Corbyn has campaigned against the EU his entire political career and who voted Leave is now attempting to block Brexit for purely political reasons?

Is that what I'm missing?
 

 

Of course itís the truth, Jesus christ :souey: if you ever thought to read anyone elseís post instead of screaming socialists, lefties, gulags you might actually notice whatís posted


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 07:26:08 PM
Is it the truth that the "principled" Jeremy Corbyn has campaigned against the EU his entire political career and who voted Leave is now attempting to block Brexit for purely political reasons?

Is that what I'm missing?
 

 

Of course itís the truth, Jesus christ :souey: if you ever thought to read anyone elseís post instead of screaming socialists, lefties, gulags you might actually notice whatís posted

I haven't mentioned socialists, lefties or gulags on this thread, what are you talking about?


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bobupanddown on September 11, 2019, 07:30:38 PM
Please quote me where I have stated that?  Cheers oddfield

I've got better things to do with my time then search through old threads but it was where you said Leave voters were too thick to be allowed to vote and that you supported banning people voting if they didn't meet your criteria.

It was the thread where I told you that was the ideology of Adolf Hitler.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Robbso on September 11, 2019, 07:42:28 PM
Is it the truth that the "principled" Jeremy Corbyn has campaigned against the EU his entire political career and who voted Leave is now attempting to block Brexit for purely political reasons?

Is that what I'm missing?
 

 

Of course itís the truth, Jesus christ :souey: if you ever thought to read anyone elseís post instead of screaming socialists, lefties, gulags you might actually notice whatís posted

I haven't mentioned socialists, lefties or gulags on this thread, what are you talking about?


Oh well, thatís ok then.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: MF(c) DOOM on September 11, 2019, 09:28:12 PM
Leave 100% & a deal or no deal doesn't matter to me. Just want to show them euro leaches that we won't be dictated to. Nobody knows what the outcome will be with or without a deal though it is amazing how some people on here claim to be an expert on what will happen either way.

Just respect the democratic vote & crack on. Hope Boris pulls it off & shows them all how to negotiate the right way.

Yes , some people think they know best, including me. I'm not an expert . The bank of england are experts though, economists are experts and even our own government has written a report telling us how bad it will be for the country. Unfortunately now nobody wants to listen to experts,  they would rather believe myths and mischief from the internet.
plenty of industrialists are in favour of leaving, people who run business and create wealth internationally, no one knows how it will go but we're not going to war ffs.!!  :diego:

Not that many, certainly a minority. The bloke from ineos because he wants to pollute more and the EU wont let him, and the fella from wetherspoons because he knows a nation of despondent dole wallahs is his core customer base  :steptoe:


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Bud Wiser on September 11, 2019, 09:39:55 PM
Listening to Tom Watson's comments this morning, it seems that the MPs who are going to campaign to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU are, perhaps unintentionally, revealing something about their own inadequacies.

Their position is that the UK cannot manage without the EU. These same people wish to lead the UK. Why would any member of the public possible wish to vote for someone to lead the UK who freely admits they are not capable of doing so without external help?  :pd:

I think Watson's stance is a clear sign that Labour are aligning themselves with the Liberals for a possible minority government prop-up. As even the socialists know their natural SNP bedfellows would be too unpalatable this side of Hadrians Wall.


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: towz on September 12, 2019, 03:06:45 PM
Please quote me where I have stated that?  Cheers oddfield

I've got better things to do with my time then search through old threads but it was where you said Leave voters were too thick to be allowed to vote and that you supported banning people voting if they didn't meet your criteria.

It was the thread where I told you that was the ideology of Adolf Hitler.

No I didn't


Title: Re: A vote for remain Vs no deal Brexit
Post by: Johnny Thunder on September 12, 2019, 03:37:33 PM
Slam dunk Bob lad.




 :pope2:




Robbso fuckin mullered.





 :rudi1:

Except thatís what Iíve been saying, apart from Boris for two year you soft cocked sparky cunt, yet daft arses keep trying to blame lefties  :souey:

Oh btw johnny :fingers: back to jamaca :monkey:



 :sid: