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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:06 pm 
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Mick Mannock wrote:
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Not binary question Mick.

Some things like monetary policy , customs tariffs and law are the EU

Fiscal policy and plenty of others is run by Irish government

What's your point?


Point is simple. Do you believe Varadkar when he says "no hard border" or not?


Of course not ..... :uhoh:

You think cvnt

We’ve all been saying that border checks are inevitable after a hard brexit

The fact that you seem to think/believe that Ireland (as opposed to the UK government) is going to be the cause of a hard border, is genuinely batshit crazy

You thick cvnt


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:06 pm 
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It will be an indication of who runs Ireland. Varadkar or the EU,


The worst thing is that this probably made sense in your head when you typed it.

Scary


The worst thing is that you cannot answer the point.


Tbe only point you are making is displaying your ignorance. You are very good at it.


OK. Still deflecting though, aren't you.

If Varadkar says there will be no hard border, do you think that the EU will try to compel Ireland to install a hard border?

If the EU says there will be a hard border, do you think Varadkar will refuse?[/quote]

The former


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:07 pm 
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Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Who are you even talking to at this stage?

You thick cvnt


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:11 pm 
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rfurlong wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Not binary question Mick.

Some things like monetary policy , customs tariffs and law are the EU

Fiscal policy and plenty of others is run by Irish government

What's your point?


Point is simple. Do you believe Varadkar when he says "no hard border" or not?


Of course not ..... :uhoh:

You think cvnt

We’ve all been saying that border checks are inevitable after a hard brexit

The fact that you seem to think/believe that Ireland (as opposed to the UK government) is going to be the cause of a hard border, is genuinely batshit crazy

You thick cvnt


:lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:12 pm 
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rfurlong wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Who are you even talking to at this stage?

You thick cvnt


LS, if you would take the trouble to follow this thread.

You silly boy.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:13 pm 
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Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:14 pm 
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La soule wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic


As is your refusal to answer two straightforward questions.

Rfurlong at least has the guts to admit Varadkar is helpless to resist


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:16 pm 
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By the way, we need to make it clear to sane Brits, that Ireland isn’t angry with the 90% of the UK population who understand the need to protect the peace process and avoid a situation where nationalists in NI feel cut off from RoI/EU (and the problems that will inevitably arise from that)

I don’t want any of the sane brits on here thinking that I’m confusing their decency, cultural affinity, and love of their country (which is fecking brilliant btw), with my antipathy for the rump of thick cvnts here like mimbo, or the thick cvnts currently in power in London


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:16 pm 
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iarmhiman wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Not binary question Mick.

Some things like monetary policy , customs tariffs and law are the EU

Fiscal policy and plenty of others is run by Irish government

What's your point?


Point is simple. Do you believe Varadkar when he says "no hard border" or not?


If you leave the EU customs union and trade on your own tariff deals based on bilateral agreements we have to check goods coming from NI in case the UK uses Ireland as a back door to get around the EU tariff.

If we dont, then the EU checks us as well even though we as a sovereign country didn't vote to leave.

It's your Brexit not Irelands by association. Well check goods coming south


The real question is why are you even engaging with the thick lying cvnt?

Varadkar does not go around saying "no hard border", to state he does is simply dishonest and it is pointless engaging with someone who tries and fails at such pathetic reductionism. Varadkar has said that Ireland does not want a hard border and he has said it is still possible to avoid one, but he has never said there will not be one.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:20 pm 
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Mick Mannock wrote:
La soule wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic


As is your refusal to answer two straightforward questions.

Rfurlong at least has the guts to admit Varadkar is helpless to resist


There is not much to answer.

Hard brexit = hard border.

Hard brexit is an English delusion of grandeur.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:21 pm 
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What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:22 pm 
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What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


Thick as pig shit in all the threads you post in.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:23 pm 
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What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


fudge off you sheep shagging twat.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:24 pm 
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OK, fair enough. Not Varadkar. One of his suits instead

https://www.cityam.com/no-deal-brexit-w ... nfirms-eu/

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Margaritis Schinas, spokesperson for the Commission, issued the warning in a press conference in which he also quoted the Spice Girls as he urged the UK to reveal “what they want, what they really, really want” from Brexit.

His Irish border remarks were dismissed by the DUP as “more belligerent bluffing from the EU”, while a spokesperson for the Irish Taoiseach said “We will not accept a hard border on this island and therefore we are not planning for one. This will be more difficult to achieve without the Withdrawal Agreement and would require very difficult discussions with our EU partners.”


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:24 pm 
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iarmhiman wrote:
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What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


fudge off you sheep shagging twat.


Ha. Classic. No but really. It's just a content free series of abusive posts by Irish posters. Well done.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:25 pm 
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Mick Mannock wrote:
La soule wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic


As is your refusal to answer two straightforward questions.

Rfurlong at least has the guts to admit Varadkar is helpless to resist


Why is varadkar/Ireland being unable to avoid border checks (to protect the integrity of the SM) even a ‘thing’ for you?

What argument do you think it helps you win?

You thick cvnt


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:25 pm 
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Get fücked


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:26 pm 
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Santa wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Santa wrote:
What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


fudge off you sheep shagging twat.


Ha. Classic. No but really. It's just a content free series of abusive posts by Irish posters. Well done.


I'm sorry, I really am you annoying Kiwi twat.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:28 pm 
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iarmhiman wrote:
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iarmhiman wrote:
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What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


fudge off you sheep shagging twat.


Ha. Classic. No but really. It's just a content free series of abusive posts by Irish posters. Well done.


I'm sorry, I really am you annoying Kiwi twat.


Classic. What a zinger. No but really. Can't you guys discuss things in a civil manner? History says no. Something nasty in the blood.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:29 pm 
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Mick Mannock wrote:
OK, fair enough. Not Varadkar. One of his suits instead

https://www.cityam.com/no-deal-brexit-w ... nfirms-eu/

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Margaritis Schinas, spokesperson for the Commission, issued the warning in a press conference in which he also quoted the Spice Girls as he urged the UK to reveal “what they want, what they really, really want” from Brexit.

His Irish border remarks were dismissed by the DUP as “more belligerent bluffing from the EU”, while a spokesperson for the Irish Taoiseach said “We will not accept a hard border on this island and therefore we are not planning for one. This will be more difficult to achieve without the Withdrawal Agreement and would require very difficult discussions with our EU partners.”


Have you noticed any acceptance of it yet on Ireland’s part? It may become inevitable, but we’ll keep working hard to avoid it .....

Ireland cannot ‘accept’ a hard border because it’s a co-guarantor of the GFA. It’s just a pity that the other co-guarantor government, is run by thick cvnts

You think cvnt


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What an annoying cünt but at least he is getting a few replies on this thread


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Santa wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Santa wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
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What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


fudge off you sheep shagging twat.


Ha. Classic. No but really. It's just a content free series of abusive posts by Irish posters. Well done.


I'm sorry, I really am you annoying Kiwi twat.


Classic. What a zinger. No but really. Can't you guys discuss things in a civil manner? History says no. Something nasty in the blood.


Says the man from a country famous for its wife beaters


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:32 pm 
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La soule wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic



I'm sorry. Have you and the bored not met before?

La soule, meet PR

PR, meet La soule


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:33 pm 
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Says the man from a country famous for its wife beaters


Ha. An Irish classic.


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iarmhiman wrote:
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iarmhiman wrote:
Santa wrote:
What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


fudge off you sheep shagging twat.


Ha. Classic. No but really. It's just a content free series of abusive posts by Irish posters. Well done.


I'm sorry, I really am you annoying Kiwi twat.


Is he another kiwi chicken runner?

that figures :x

Yourmother, Seneca, Santa ...... and mimbo :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:36 pm 
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rfurlong wrote:
By the way, we need to make it clear to sane Brits, that Ireland isn’t angry with the 90% of the UK population who understand the need to protect the peace process and avoid a situation where nationalists in NI feel cut off from RoI/EU (and the problems that will inevitably arise from that)

I don’t want any of the sane brits on here thinking that I’m confusing their decency, cultural affinity, and love of their country (which is fecking brilliant btw), with my antipathy for the rump of thick cvnts here like mimbo, or the thick cvnts currently in power in London



Phew - that's a relief. For awhile there we thought you might be just the tinsiest, little bit of a wally. Glad we cleared that up.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:36 pm 
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Santa wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
Santa wrote:
What a nasty little thread. Well done Ireland.


fudge off you sheep shagging twat.


Ha. Classic. No but really. It's just a content free series of abusive posts by Irish posters. Well done.


Nothing to do with the Irish lads I am afraid.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:36 pm 
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Santa wrote:
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Says the man from a country famous for its wife beaters


Ha. An Urish clussic.


Fixed


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:40 pm 
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zzzz wrote:
La soule wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic



I'm sorry. Have you and the bored not met before?

La soule, meet PR

PR, meet La soule


Dear god.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:47 pm 
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So, let me get this straight, Ireland are saying that they don't want a hard border for movement of goods and services(there will be no hard border for movement of people because of the CTA) in Ireland, but if the UK Brexit without an agreement they will have to put one up, as it will now become an EU/3rd country border. Seems reasonable. And in fact the proposal to effectively make NI a FTA in both the EU and the UK seems even more reasonable.

And, even though one of the Leave organisations main manifesto promisies was to take control of their borders, the UK propose to keep their land border to the EU completely open, charging no tarrifs, nor having any checks whatsoever in the case of a hard brexit. Taking back control my arse.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Pull the other one.

There will be convoys of buses from Dublin Airport/Port to Newry taking advantage of the backdoor soft border to the UK. Dublin will probably get direct flights to the subcontinent !

More frolicking unicorns.


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zzzz wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
By the way, we need to make it clear to sane Brits, that Ireland isn’t angry with the 90% of the UK population who understand the need to protect the peace process and avoid a situation where nationalists in NI feel cut off from RoI/EU (and the problems that will inevitably arise from that)

I don’t want any of the sane brits on here thinking that I’m confusing their decency, cultural affinity, and love of their country (which is fecking brilliant btw), with my antipathy for the rump of thick cvnts here like mimbo, or the thick cvnts currently in power in London



Phew - that's a relief. For awhile there we thought you might be just the tinsiest, little bit of a wally. Glad we cleared that up.


That post was addressed to the 90% of your countrymen that think you’re an imbecile

So when you say “we thought”, you are referring to yourself, mimbo and a small cohort of kiwi lickspittles ..... not the vast majority of normal people of the UK


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camroc1 wrote:
So, let me get this straight, Ireland are saying that they don't want a hard border for movement of goods and services(there will be no hard border for movement of people because of the CTA) in Ireland, but if the UK Brexit without an agreement they will have to put one up, as it will now become an EU/3rd country border. Seems reasonable. And in fact the proposal to effectively make NI a FTA in both the EU and the UK seems even more reasonable.

And, even though one of the Leave organisations main manifesto promisies was to take control of their borders, the UK propose to keep their land border to the EU completely open, charging no tarrifs, nor having any checks whatsoever in the case of a hard brexit. Taking back control my arse.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Pull the other one.

There will be convoys of buses from Dublin Airport/Port to Newry taking advantage of the backdoor soft border to the UK. Dublin will probably get direct flights to the subcontinent !

More frolicking unicorns.


How can you be so fuckin loud about something you don't even understand. Seriously, how much of this border debate have you been paying attention to?


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I see Boris Johnson is bemoaning EU collaborators. Are they going to be shot?


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rfurlong wrote:
zzzz wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
By the way, we need to make it clear to sane Brits, that Ireland isn’t angry with the 90% of the UK population who understand the need to protect the peace process and avoid a situation where nationalists in NI feel cut off from RoI/EU (and the problems that will inevitably arise from that)

I don’t want any of the sane brits on here thinking that I’m confusing their decency, cultural affinity, and love of their country (which is fecking brilliant btw), with my antipathy for the rump of thick cvnts here like mimbo, or the thick cvnts currently in power in London



Phew - that's a relief. For awhile there we thought you might be just the tinsiest, little bit of a wally. Glad we cleared that up.


That post was addressed to the 90% of your countrymen that think you’re an imbecile

So when you say “we thought”, you are referring to yourself, mimbo and a small cohort of kiwi lickspittles ..... not the vast majority of normal people of the UK


Dude, if you think 90% of Brits wouldn't be absolutely pissing themsleves at your presumably Guinness fuelled apoplexy, you don't really know a hell of a lot about us.


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I see Boris Johnson is bemoaning EU collaborators. Are they going to be shot?



At the border. At dawn.


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zzzz wrote:
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So, let me get this straight, Ireland are saying that they don't want a hard border for movement of goods and services(there will be no hard border for movement of people because of the CTA) in Ireland, but if the UK Brexit without an agreement they will have to put one up, as it will now become an EU/3rd country border. Seems reasonable. And in fact the proposal to effectively make NI a FTA in both the EU and the UK seems even more reasonable.

And, even though one of the Leave organisations main manifesto promisies was to take control of their borders, the UK propose to keep their land border to the EU completely open, charging no tarrifs, nor having any checks whatsoever in the case of a hard brexit. Taking back control my arse.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Pull the other one.

There will be convoys of buses from Dublin Airport/Port to Newry taking advantage of the backdoor soft border to the UK. Dublin will probably get direct flights to the subcontinent !

More frolicking unicorns.


How can you be so fuckin loud about something you don't even understand. Seriously, how much of this border debate have you been paying attention to?

Quote:
The UK will not introduce any new checks or controls on goods moving across the land border into Northern Ireland if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal, it has been announced.

Under a temporary and unilateral regime announced by the British government, EU goods arriving from the Republic and remaining in Northern Ireland will not be subject to tariffs.


https://www.rte.ie/news/brexit/2019/031 ... 33-brexit/


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fudge, he is on a roll lads.


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La soule wrote:
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Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic



Can you give a simple example in the treaties that’ll help ?


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La soule wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic



Can you give a simple example in the treaties that’ll help ?


All the data you need is in the thread.

With links and all, which may come as a surprise to you of course.


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