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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:14 am 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:17 am 
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fudge no. Jerpxit means jerpxit.


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fudge no. Jerpxit means jerpxit.


He’s gotta be lurking. No way could any human survive going cold turkey from 200 posts per day


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 11:20 am 
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The once and future king of the PR posting leaderboard, slumbering deep within the mountain fastnesses of the Borders, waiting for the board's hour of need to make his return...


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 1:33 pm 
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Duff Paddy wrote:
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fudge no. Jerpxit means jerpxit.


He’s gotta be lurking. No way could any human survive going cold turkey from 200 posts per day


Wasn’t there a rumour that he’d died?


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 1:58 pm 
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fudge no. Jerpxit means jerpxit.


He’s gotta be lurking. No way could any human survive going cold turkey from 200 posts per day


Wasn’t there a rumour that he’d died?


Nope


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More than likely out of time for a second referendum. Apparently it would need primary legislation and secondary legislation. The Referendum Act 2015 took seven months to pass and statutory instruments took another five months. It would be bitterly opposed in many quarters.

Quite apart from that, there's no public appetite for it according to polls.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 6:25 pm 
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For all you Brexit voters.....

Pretty much sums up all the issues....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDKsk9oTOPc


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 7:24 pm 
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For all you Brexit voters.....

Pretty much sums up all the issues....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDKsk9oTOPc


This is a much more accurate synopsis.

https://youtu.be/yTMXteZokXs


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 7:49 pm 
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https://www.facebook.com/englishandproudofit/

I enjoy having people of facebook who share links from it. Very educational. They love tommy robinson. Want a Rees-Mogg and Farage leadership.

Don't really have a plan but very shouty.


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https://www.facebook.com/englishandproudofit/

I enjoy having people of facebook who share links from it. Very educational. They love tommy robinson. Want a Rees-Mogg and Farage leadership.

Don't really have a plan but very shouty.



Christ, that page :lol:


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More than likely out of time for a second referendum. Apparently it would need primary legislation and secondary legislation. The Referendum Act 2015 took seven months to pass and statutory instruments took another five months. It would be bitterly opposed in many quarters.

Quite apart from that, there's no public appetite for it according to polls.


and more importantly, to me, what is it with that shit of voting... but hey, voting again if the result is not the one "they" hoped for !

fùcking hell, the vote has been done, now do as the people voted.


this brexit story is pretty much like the berlin wall... what if in the end the uk is fine and doing well "alone", switzerland or norway style ?

they just want the people to fear "what will happen if"... and control them.


I'm pretty much interested to see how the brexit will do (well), despite the worldcompanies will surely pressure you to stay. Let's see if, for once, the vote of the people will be respected and if the world (the uk actually) will collapse because of that....

:roll:


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:29 pm 
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So eloquent.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:33 pm 
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So eloquent.

Take the shit out of your mouth. <jolindien stylie>


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:38 pm 
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YOYO wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:
So eloquent.

Take the shit out of your mouth. <jolindien stylie>


2 irishmen 1 cup ?


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:42 pm 
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Rugby2023 wrote:
More than likely out of time for a second referendum. Apparently it would need primary legislation and secondary legislation. The Referendum Act 2015 took seven months to pass and statutory instruments took another five months. It would be bitterly opposed in many quarters.

Quite apart from that, there's no public appetite for it according to polls.


and more importantly, to me, what is it with that shit of voting... but hey, voting again if the result is not the one "they" hoped for !

fùcking hell, the vote has been done, now do as the people voted.


this brexit story is pretty much like the berlin wall... what if in the end the uk is fine and doing well "alone", switzerland or norway style ?

they just want the people to fear "what will happen if"... and control them.


I'm pretty much interested to see how the brexit will do (well), despite the worldcompanies will surely pressure you to stay. Let's see if, for once, the vote of the people will be respected and if the world (the uk actually) will collapse because of that....

:roll:


We aren't going Switzerland or Norway style where we would definitely be fine. It will be interesting to see the world companies and how they respond. If the businesses threats end up being empty perhaps more governments will be tempted to call them and their lobbyists out.


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fùcking hell, the vote has been done, now do as the people vote


Don’t be such a dumb French fudge. Referendums are a joke - what does the general population know about 30 years of European integration in law, trade, business, research, education etc. A simple yes/no referendum was entirely inappropriate for such an issue, as it was for Ireland with Nice and Lisbon. The fact is that most people don’t have the capacity to give an informed opinion on the matter, and most are voting for single issues or as a protest against the government.


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fùcking hell, the vote has been done, now do as the people vote


Don’t be such a dumb French fudge. Referendums are a joke - what does the general population know about 30 years of European integration in law, trade, business, research, education etc. A simple yes/no referendum was entirely inappropriate for such an issue, as it was for Ireland with Nice and Lisbon. The fact is that most people don’t have the capacity to give an informed opinion on the matter, and most are voting for single issues or as a protest against the government.


So what?

Are you suggesting disenfranchisement of the masses?? :shock:


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If the UK backs out of Brexit then they will be a laughing stock. The people voted, they better honour it.


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Any fuckkker with an IQ less than 130 shouldn't get a vote.


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If the UK backs out of Brexit then they will be a laughing stock. The people voted, they better honour it.

Amongst whom? The world is already in large part laughing at the UK for making such a mess of itself.


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I think there may be a GE in the autumn at the rate the May government is fúcking up, which will be a defacto hard Brexit/Norway election.


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fùcking hell, the vote has been done, now do as the people vote


Don’t be such a dumb French fudge. Referendums are a joke - what does the general population know about 30 years of European integration in law, trade, business, research, education etc. A simple yes/no referendum was entirely inappropriate for such an issue, as it was for Ireland with Nice and Lisbon. The fact is that most people don’t have the capacity to give an informed opinion on the matter, and most are voting for single issues or as a protest against the government.


So what?

Are you suggesting disenfranchisement of the masses?? :shock:


You sound like a f**king brexiteer


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If the UK backs out of Brexit then they will be a laughing stock. The people voted, they better honour it.

In a forum littered with fûcking retarded posts, this one shines out like a beacon for special attention.


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If the UK backs out of Brexit then they will be a laughing stock. The people voted, they better honour it.


They’re already a laughing stock. As for honouring the vote, the referendum was a joke for the reasons outlined above. Carrying through with a bad idea to save face is not a good plan. It’s never too late to do the right thing.


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Once again we see the left only championing democracy when it suites their own personal agenda. This is why Trump wins elections for Christs sake.

It was a binding referendum, backing out of it now will undermine democracy. Perhaps if the so called elite had showed more compassion to the working class they wouldn't be in this mess. They only have themselves to blame.


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fùcking hell, the vote has been done, now do as the people vote


Don’t be such a dumb French fudge. Referendums are a joke - what does the general population know about 30 years of European integration in law, trade, business, research, education etc. A simple yes/no referendum was entirely inappropriate for such an issue, as it was for Ireland with Nice and Lisbon. The fact is that most people don’t have the capacity to give an informed opinion on the matter, and most are voting for single issues or as a protest against the government.


Why allow them to vote at all? Are they competent to select a government? You play fast and loose with democracy.


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Once again we see the left only championing democracy when it suites their own personal agenda. This is why Trump wins elections for Christs sake.

It was a binding referendum, backing out of it now will undermine democracy. Perhaps if the so called elite had showed more compassion to the working class they wouldn't be in this mess. They only have themselves to blame.

It was an advisory referendum, specifically not a binding one. Jesus f*cking wept.


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True Blue wrote:
Once again we see the left only championing democracy when it suites their own personal agenda. This is why Trump wins elections for Christs sake.

It was a binding referendum, backing out of it now will undermine democracy. Perhaps if the so called elite had showed more compassion to the working class they wouldn't be in this mess. They only have themselves to blame.

It was an advisory referendum, specifically not a binding one. Jesus f*cking wept.


You mean apart from the UK PM assuring us that the result was binding and would be enacted


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So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.


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True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.


The last one is a bad idea


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True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


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Gavin Duffy wrote:
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So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


52% is a winning majority last i looked. Also I have UK citizenship.


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Gavin Duffy wrote:
True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


The vote was leave or remain in the EU. Not ambiguous. It was a UK wide vote, majority carries, nothing about how each individual region/county/city/street/house voted.


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Gavin Duffy wrote:
True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


The vote was leave or remain in the EU. Not ambiguous. It was a UK wide vote, majority carries, nothing about how each individual region/county/city/street/house voted.

Who cares, it's shit and all should be done to avert it.


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Once again we see the left only championing democracy when it suites their own personal agenda. This is why Trump wins elections for Christs sake.

It was a binding referendum, backing out of it now will undermine democracy. Perhaps if the so called elite had showed more compassion to the working class they wouldn't be in this mess. They only have themselves to blame.

It wasn't.


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True Blue wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:
True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


52% is a winning majority last i looked. Also I have UK citizenship.


Hardly convincing is it? What percentage of registered voters took part?


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True Blue wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:
True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


52% is a winning majority last i looked. Also I have UK citizenship.


You must be very angry at the Westminster power grab contravening the will-of-the-people 2011 Welsh referenda then if democracy is so sacrosanct to you. Can you point me to your posts about this U.K. selective disregard for democracy please?


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True Blue wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:
True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


52% is a winning majority last i looked. Also I have UK citizenship.

I really hate the grandparent rule.


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Olo wrote:
True Blue wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:
True Blue wrote:
So just to clarify the Irish trolls stance on this;

The will of the people doesn't matter because they are stupid
We should ignore the referendum
Huge national changing moments should only be decided by a few elites.
Have another referendum and hope we get the correct result this time, otherwise ignore that one too.

Interesting.

The will of 52% of the people who voted for something ambiguous against the backdrop that two of the four member states of the UK resoundling voted to remain. But some clueless spoofing kiwi fuckwit knows best.


52% is a winning majority last i looked. Also I have UK citizenship.


Hardly convincing is it? What percentage of registered voters took part?


I don't remember the rule about referendums being valid only if a certain percentage of voters take part. As it happens this this turnout was huge, anyway.


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