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Thread: Brexit thread

  1. #211

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    From what I gathered earlier from the radio, today's postponed vote must occur on or before January 21 next. That gives ample time for the central banking cartel to drop the pound to euro rate to parity or below to scare the plebs $hitless with full-time doom-monger Carney a certainty to interject with further tales of woe.
    Apart from the fact that the Government no longer has to make a statement on No Deal by 21st January as it met its commitment to make a statement on the political declaration previously and May ran scared from Parliamentarians not plebs then this argument has a lot to commend it.

  2. #212

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    What happened?
    Nothing, despite everything. I think that is Bob's point!

  3. #213

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Nothing, despite everything. I think that is Bob's point!
    From where did you get the idea that nothing is happening?

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  5. #215

    Re: Brexit thread

    May's deal or no deal decision being stalled after 2.5 years of this tedious saga was probably the script from the off. Some contrived crisis is required to swing the vote. Bombing the pound's value on FX fits the bill.

  6. #216

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    From where did you get the idea that nothing is happening?
    Your right for a change, let me rephrase what I originally said.

    What happened?

    Lots, the more that gets revealed about Trump's henchmen, the closer this leads to Trump and the more manic Trump gets on his twitter feed the more sycophantic and apologetic WB becomes!

    That better?

  7. #217

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Your right for a change, let me rephrase what I originally said.

    What happened?

    Lots, the more that gets revealed about Trump's henchmen, the closer this leads to Trump and the more manic Trump gets on his twitter feed the more sycophantic and apologetic WB becomes!

    That better?
    Thanks for the update, I look forward to seeing your version of events unfold.

  8. #218

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    You had no option other than to give up, as you were digging yourself into an increasingly deeper hole. Tip: next time avoid being on the same side as Michael Avenatti
    Your usual self-deluded bollocks.

  9. #219

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    You had no option other than to give up, as you were digging yourself into an increasingly deeper hole. Tip: next time avoid being on the same side as Michael Avenatti
    Your usual self-delusional bollocks.

  10. #220

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    Your usual self-deluded bollocks.
    Talking of self-delusion, you're the one who fell for the scam!

  11. #221

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Talking of self-delusion, you're the one who fell for the scam!
    I didn't fall for any scam. I merely stated that Kavanaugh was unsuitable for the office he was seeking. I won't bother following up on any reply you may post as you twist and turn and misrepresent poster's positions whilst posting bollocks that you are challenged about and do everything you can to squirm out of. I caught you out several times myself but your ego probably prevented you from realising. However, it's great to see Cyril embarrassing you on almost a daily basis.

  12. #222

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    I didn't fall for any scam. I merely stated that Kavanaugh was unsuitable for the office he was seeking. I won't bother following up on any reply you may post as you twist and turn and misrepresent poster's positions whilst posting bollocks that you are challenged about and do everything you can to squirm out of. I caught you out several times myself but your ego probably prevented you from realising. However, it's great to see Cyril embarrassing you on almost a daily basis.
    So Kavanaugh shouldn't have defended himself against all of those dodgy allegations?

    What has Cyril embarrassed me on? This game is far from over, and if Cyril is right, then so is the fake news media, as he just repeats everything that they say

  13. #223

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    So Kavanaugh shouldn't have defended himself against all of those dodgy allegations?

    What has Cyril embarrassed me on? This game is far from over, and if Cyril is right, then so is the fake news media, as he just repeats everything that they say
    An astute observation. He desperately wants to keep believing the state is his friend. Try not to take him too seriously. Humour him like a daft but harmless distant cousin you occasionally have to endure at family gatherings.

  14. #224

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Organ Morgan. View Post
    An astute observation. He desperately wants to keep believing the state is his friend. Try not to take him too seriously. Humour him like a daft but harmless distant cousin you occasionally have to endure at occasional family gatherings.
    I am sad that I was not living a rather meaningless life until wandering into a cinema showing a Warner Brothers blockbuster starring Keanu Reeves. If I had not only would it have given me purpose and direction but also the superpower to see what other lesser beings could not see (plus a free lifelong subscription to Info-Wars and Sputnik).

  15. #225

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    I am sad that I was not living a rather meaningless life until wandering into a cinema showing a Warner Brothers blockbuster starring Keanu Reeves. If I had not only would it have given me purpose and direction but also the superpower to see what other lesser beings could not see (plus a free lifelong subscription to Info-Wars and Sputnik).
    Lardy has already been down the path that you are blindly following. Didn't it cross your mind to compare notes?

  16. #226

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Lardy has already been down the path that you are blindly following. Didn't it cross your mind to compare notes?
    You must like the odd post when Organ doesn't patronise you I guess!

  17. #227

    Re: Brexit thread

    May says she is going to stand down before the 2022 election. It won't really matter though, as she will have already handed over power to those nice people in Brussels by then.

  18. #228

    Re: Brexit thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    May says she is going to stand down before the 2022 election. It won't really matter though, as she will have already handed over power to those nice people in Brussels by then.
    Sometimes iits what you don't know that really matters 😉

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