#BREXIT stuff

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  1. Spawny Get says:

    Brillo close to boiling over in this programme

    Vaiguey actually thought it funny. &^&*%&^$%&*^%*(&%%&^” cunt

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    Just after the Ed Vaiguey flustercuck we had this

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  3. Spawny Get says:

    Someone may have to explain who Comical Ali is to the youngsters


  4. Spawny Get says:

    BREXIT nursery rhymes

    Utterances Lawless Land
    7 hours ago
    Hushabye Davy on the tree top
    If you keep talking your ratings will drop
    When the vote’s over the papers will show
    Down will go Davy, Junker and all

    Guardian’s Quitter Lawless Land
    7 hours ago
    Mary had a little lamb
    Its fleece was white as snow
    And everywhere that Mary went,
    She said “fuck off you Euro cunts”.

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  5. Spawny Get says:

    The Chancellor not handling things very well. Over-tired or over-coked?


  6. Spawny Get says:

    You have your disloyal RINOs. What do you got to compare to our traitorous Chancellor of the Exchequer?

    Osborne is finally dropping the Remainers’ dead cat – which was expected by many next week – the idea is it is so visceral, so extreme, the papers will talk about little else. It may well work on the broadsheets, they may well talk about little else. The Times leads on his dire warnings:

    2p added to the 20p basic rate of income tax
    3p added to the 40p higher rate of income tax
    5p on the rate of inheritance tax, taking it from 40p to 45p
    A 5% jump in fuel and alcohol duties
    £2 billion cut from the pensions bill
    2% cuts to the “protected” NHS, schools and defence budgets
    5% cuts in budgets like policing, transport and councils

    This is the Remainers’ ultimate “Project Fear” gambit, a quantum politics derived nuclear bomb

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  7. Spawny Get says:

    PMQs was a frigging disgrace.


  8. Spawny Get says:

    One to save for later gimping

    One way or the other


  9. Spawny Get says:

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  10. Spawny Get says:

    Battle of the Thames

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  11. Yoda says:

    How Eu benefit the rich it does?
    How handicap the poor it does?

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  12. Yoda says:

    How vote fraud fit into the picture it does?

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  13. Spawny Get says:

    Low wages screw the poor, also higher unemployment

    Both of which keep the workers pliant for business and the rich (cheap domestics, builders, nannies)

    Same as over your way, I’d guess. Unless you export the jobs instead (which we also pay to do)

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    The postal vote will be highly suspect. Same as with Australia. There are rumours about postal vote fraud losing Farage his election in South Thanet (currently under investigation for Tory over spending)

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  15. Cill says:

    How Eu benefit the rich it does?

    As a percentage of revenue, compliance with EU red tape is less in big business than in small business. It’s an example of economy of scale. The EU is bad for small business, which means less competition for big business. So the rich corporate leaders are all in favour of remain. However, the wellbeing of small business is the gauge of the wellbeing and health of an economy and its middle class. All countries apart from EU countries realize this.

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  16. Cill says:

    Also, the strength of a middle class is a gauge of the strength of a democracy. The EU is a bureaucracy, not a democracy. The EU and big business go hand-in-hand to keep the middle class down, and red tape is one of their many ways of achieving this.

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  17. Yoda says:

    Barriers of entry it is.
    Evil these people are

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    Gove just handed a special Question Time interrogation like a future PM.

    He’s not a people person but he’s calm, knowledgeable and reasonable. I like him.


  19. Spawny Get says:

    A spin off from Guido Fawke’s site. Where most of the witty ones went
    Just covered QT.


  20. Spawny Get says:


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  21. Yoda says:

    Soon launch broadsides they will

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  22. Yoda says:

    Britain expects every man to do his duty it does.

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  23. Yoda says:

    Glorious 15th of June it is.
    The battle begins it does

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  24. Yoda says:

    Glorious Patriach and a Glorious Day it is

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  25. Cill says:

    Broadsides from Geldof’s useless galleon would sing uselessly over the target, like his crap music always did.

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Farm Boy, reckon I’ll just run parallel posts for BREXIT. I’m sure that few people are very interested. Just continue scheduling as you wish. I’m going to be quite obsessive for at least a week…

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  27. Yoda says:

    Needs new hair Admiral Geldof does

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    Geldof really made a cunt of himself. The Labour innies on his boat were most upset to be associated with a multi-millionaire calling fishermen wankers and giving them the V sign. Remainiacs fuck up the optics again

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    Speaking of fucked up optics (and words)

    One in ten Germans want a new FUHRER and a third believe their country ‘is dangerously overpopulated by foreigners’, new study finds
    40 per cent think Muslims should not be allowed to immigrate to the country
    11 per cent said Jews have too much influence in society
    Study argues extremist thinking has become more acceptable in society

    A new academic study has rocked the government in Berlin as people call for a ‘dictatorship in the national interest’ with one in ten wanting a new Führer to lead them to glory.
    The University of Leipzig’s research team found that nearly 34 per cent of people quizzed thought Germany is ‘dangerously overpopulated by foreigners.’
    A total of 21.9 per cent agreed that Germany needs ‘a single strong party that embodies the national community as a whole’.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3643221/One-ten-Germans-want-new-FUHRER-believe-country-dangerously-overpopulated-foreigners-new-study-finds.html#ixzz4Bg3vzMNL
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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  30. Spawny Get says:

    Didn’t expect that language from the Waily Fail

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  31. Cill says:

    The illustration at 8:01 pm looks like one of Professor Parkinson’s C16-17 British navy battle plan sketches it does.

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  32. Cill says:

    The wind direction at 8:01 pm favours the Out fleet, it does.

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  33. Cill says:

    A good lingo for calling naval battle action Yodish would be.

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  34. Cill says:

    Seriously, that bloke Geldof is a dork.

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    Always be upwind of Geldork


  36. Spawny Get says:

    Roger Ackroyd
    2 hours ago
    BBC South East – covering the Thames Estuary, Kent and Sussex – cover a number of items this evening including a piece on a model train set but seem to have omitted to make any mention whatsoever of the fishermen’s flotilla from various ports within their area to Westminster. The main news make only a brief coverage but omits the Geldof abuse of the fishermen.
    Hopefully Geldof will be ripped a new arse tomorrow on QT. And what’s the link between the BBC and Geldof? There has to be more than a coincidence between his appearance on the Thames today and on QT tomorrow (and the BBC’s omission of Geldof’s abuse).

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    It seems that it’ll be all over by brekkie. Then we see whether politicians are going to try to play games.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    Geldork is on normal Question Time tomorrow night. Likely to get a kicking, I suspect. Especially as…

    After making an arse of himself on the Thames, Geldof went to lunch with the Board of Gucci in Mayfair.

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  39. Spawny Get says:

    Taken a while for this to turn

    Latest poll: Remain 39% (-1), Leave 46% (+3) (YouGov, online). Poll of Polls is now Remain 48% (-1), Leave 52% (+1).

    5 hours ago
    Cut-through: On the day his Punishment Budget fell apart within 3 hours and Osborne’s career at the top level of politics ended, the Remain campaign revealed the true nature of the modern establishment, jeering at and mocking and making obscene gestures towards fishermen who have lost their jobs or seen their wages decline.

    The men they are attacking have lost their livelihoods and communities. The Remain campaign now without question goes down as one of the low points of British political history. And it surely means that, should he lose the referendum, Cameron’s career as PM is over and ends in disgrace

    5 hours ago
    (((ObnoxioTheJew))) on Twitter — twitter.com
    Today was a huge day really. Osborne’s career is finished, I’ve never seen a Chancellor lose authority like that. It won’t come back.

    To see Darling lining up with him to promise to punish the people for voting to Leave shows that Labour has no chance of re-connecting with their base in the coming days.

    The Labour leader smacked down Watson and Cooper’s proposals from last night.

    Their entire campaign is in utter disarray.

    And then to top it off, they have Bob Geldof mocking decent British fisherman. They’ve had Eddie Izzard try to win over the working class. What next? Send Russel Brand to try to win over a Church of England congregation? How can they be so useless!

    Is it possible for them to sink lower? Will Cameron really have to let Juncker come and threaten us?


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  40. Cill says:

    If they rip Geldof a new one, I wonder if will come with bleached arse hairs?

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    It gets worse for Geldork

    Brexiteer fisherman dying of cancer emotionally confronts Sir Bob Geldof on his pro-EU flotilla

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  42. Spawny Get says:

    To sum up

    Le Flotilla Fiend – ‏@LeCreusetFiend

    It *really* is full-on Thick of It
    Bob Geldof joins a flotilla
    Makes wanker signs at fisherman
    Fisherman turns out to have cancer

    The Thick Of It is a sweary, satirical political show



  43. Spawny Get says:

    Theresa May is the UK’s longest serving, superlatively ineffective Home Secretary…is she leaving this just a tad late?

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  44. Cill says:

    I left a vote at “Which flotilla gets your vote?” (http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/brexiteer-fisherman-dying-cancer-emotionally-8198717). Yeah a Kiwi vote for the EU to get the fuck out off of Britain’s fisheries.

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  45. Spawny Get says:

    And this. You should know enough now to see this for what it is

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  46. Spawny Get says:

    Are you seeing much in the local media?


  47. Spawny Get says:


    Unbelievable after telling Camermong to go get bent when all he asked for were crumbs in the first place. The short sighted arrogance was amazing then, but this change of tune takes the frigging biscuit.


  48. Spawny Get says:

    Christ on a bike

    Inside Europe: The Brussels take on Brexit
    On June 23, the UK votes on whether or not to stay in the EU. So how is the referendum being seen in Brussels and across Europe? And is it really fair that Britain gets to decide something which doesn’t just affect UK citizens but the rest of Europe too? Emma Wallis talks to Janis Emmanouilidis, Director of the European Policy Centre in Brussels.

    This is pissing me right off. GFY.


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  49. Yoda says:

    superlatively ineffective Home Secretary

    Winston Churchill once Home Secretary he was.
    Indecisive he was not

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  50. Yoda says:

    is it really fair that Britain gets to decide something which doesn’t just affect UK citizens but the rest of Europe too?

    Already hostage to the EU UK is

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  51. Yoda says:

    takes the frigging biscuit.

    Translation service provide I do.
    “Biscuit” means “cookie” for Americans it does

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  52. Yoda says:

    Though not sure if cookies can “frig” I am

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  53. Spawny Get says:

    Takes the biscuit = wins the prize

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  54. Cill says:

    Link at 11:27 pm. is it really fair that Britain gets to decide something which doesn’t just affect UK citizens but the rest of Europe too?

    Had to happen. Europe finds a way to play the victim card. That is so fucking feminist.

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  55. Yoda says:

    New head of MI6 information security this is.
    Call her “H” one should

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  56. Yoda says:

    What the result of Battle of the Thames it is?

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    When I visited the Orkney Islands, I took a tour bus around. The owner/operator really dislike the EU. It threw useless costly regulations at him. They just increased the cost for no benefit to anyone.

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  58. Farm Boy says:

    “H” is not very photogenic, is she?

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  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Interesting addition to the Battle of the Thames this would be.

    What say you? Make Geldof walk the plank or hang from the yardarm?

    Seriously, this guy has done the unforgivable. He has brought infamy on the rich. They will drop him like a hot rock.

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  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Poor candidate for MI6/SOE Hillary would be. Russians have her emails they do.

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  61. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t know whether to dedicate this to the dog at the top of this post or to Geldof about his new digs.


  62. Cill says:

    Are you seeing much in the local media?
    “Brexit: Four ways Britain could look different”
    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11657779 (taken from a Washington Post article)

    The gist of it:
    A post-Brexit Britain would have a number of different models to choose from based on the experiences of other countries that exist outside the EU but still do business with the bloc. Here are four options:

    1 Norway/Iceland/Lichtenstein

    Pros: This would be the least disruptive option. Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein are members of the European Economic Area, a body that gives countries access to the European common market as long as they agree to play by the EU’s rules, with certain exceptions for areas such as agriculture and fisheries. The agreement’s rules automatically adapt as the EU changes, so there’s no need for constant renegotiation. All three countries have had economic success under the EEA.

    Cons: not the way for Britain to regain its sovereignty. Still beholden to Brussels. No say in EU decision-making. Must accept basic EU principles, including the free movement of workers. Concerns about immigration would remain unaddressed.

    2 Switzerland

    Pros: The Swiss too get EU access in exchange for abiding by EU rules, but with bilateral agreements that allow them to pick and choose which areas of the union’s many realms they want to participate in – and which rules they want to follow. In 2014, for instance, Swiss voters opted to impose limits on immigration from within the EU, something that full EU members can’t do without violating the body’s charter.

    Cons: Constant negotiation. E.g. Swiss and EU authorities have still not come to terms on how restrictions on newcomers will translate in practice. The Swiss model is so burdensome for Brussels that EU authorities say they will never allow Britain the option. The Swiss get no formal input on the making of most EU rules. Their agreements also exclude trade in services – a huge part of the UK economy.

    3 Canada

    Pros: Has negotiated a free-trade deal with the EU that is due to take effect this year and will eliminate nearly all tariffs on goods. Championed by Boris Johnson, who says Canada can trade with Europe while also controlling national borders.

    Cons: Took five years to negotiate. A British deal would be even more complex because of the country’s web of interconnectedness with continental Europe. Canada’s deal also largely leaves out services; without which Britain’s financial industry could take a big hit.

    4 World Trade Organisation

    Pros: If all else fails, Britain would default to World Trade Organisation rules for trade with EU members. The global body, with 162 members, sets a limit on how high the trade barriers can be between any two nations. The WTO option means there would be no requirement that Britain bow to rules written in Brussels. Leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage has pointed out that WTO tariffs have fallen substantially in recent years. And as he said while squaring off against Cameron, “No deal is better than the rotten deal we have got at the moment”.

    Cons: No deal could actually be quite a bit worse than the status quo. The British Treasury has estimated that the country’s economy would be 7.5 per cent smaller by 2030 in the event of the WTO option, because of higher tariffs and restricted market access. And even this, the most straightforward of all options, could require marathon negotiations stretching on for years, according to the WTO’s chief. Britons could also lose their rights to live, work and study in continental Europe without a deal to allow Europeans to do the same in Britain.

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  63. Another Canada pro – big ocean away from the boarder/immigrant fray.

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  64. Cill says:

    Another option for the UK would be the Commonwealth model. The “realms” of the Commonwealth are doing well by Western standards, much better than the EU average. “Printing money” is not an option here.

    The UK is nowhere near as dependent on the EU as NZ was on the UK in 1973, when the UK joined the Common Market. NZ really did face ruin. There was a terrible toll in the 1980s (farmer suicides etc) as NZ bit the bullet.

    The UK won’t face such bad situation. With a population of 2.8 million, NZ had a tiny market to offer a trade partner. The UK market is relatively huge. NZ’s product was primary produce. The UK product is so much more varied, it’s almost laughable to compare the two. As the inventor of underwriting and the limited liability company, the UK has retained a world-leading role in services. As such, it can afford to subsidize its primary producers. NZ has no equivalent, meaning its primary producers are completely exposed and unsupported.

    These things are never straightforward or easy, but by comparison with NZ, the UK has the world as its oyster.

    Meanwhile, despite its limitations, NZ is doing quite well (in fact its outlook is quite brilliant cf woeful Europe).

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Will you be able to survive another week? You have our sympathies now. Wait until we get very close to the second Tuesday in November.
    We’re qall going to be blithering idiots.

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    It seems that Thunderfoot screwed the pooch. My Irish friend here, slaps him upside the head


  67. Spawny Get says:

    Lot of pooch screwing going on


  68. Spawny Get says:

    This guy has some interesting stuff…some of it a little conspiratorial. Listen and believe think about it or not
    Ben Gilroy “EU Stole Ireland’s Oil, Fishing & Forestry Industries. Britain Get Out While You Can!”


  69. Spawny Get says:

    We Want Our Country Back Peterborough
    We Want Our Country Back public meeting with UKIP Leader Nigel Farage MEP, Patrick O’Flynn MEP and Brendan Chilton from Labour Leave.

    Fizzogs appear at 3:33

    Picture is bigger if you follow the link rather than embedding here


  70. Spawny Get says:

    Still…Chin up ehh?

    LEAVE: 53% (+10)

    REMAIN: 47% (-10)

    HUGE swing from last month…

    Other top lines via the Standard:

    only 17% believe Osborne’s £4,300 figure
    half believe Vote Leave’s £350 million figure
    immigration is the key issue, cited by one in three

    Just four weeks ago-ish in mid-May, this company gave Remainiacs an 18 point lead!


  71. Spawny Get says:

    The Leave nessage from the Left ‘LEXIT’


  72. Spawny Get says:

    Oh noes
    First we had Murdoch’s Sun newspaper coming out for leave. The Sun has a reputation of waiting to see which way the wind is blowing, jumping on board and then claiming “it’s the Sun what won it”, but that’s me being a mite churlish perhaps…welcome aboard Sun. It’s certainly a positive sign.

    And now we have the other populist rag saying this

    Win or lose next week, it is hard to see how George Osborne can survive the blow he has inflicted on Tory unity and his own credibility as Chancellor.

    Indeed, his threat to punish voters with swingeing tax rises and spending cuts if they decide to pull out of the EU is an act of utter desperation.

    It is also deeply irresponsible of him to talk Britain down – ludicrously predicting ‘decades’ of woe if we withdraw. It is as if he is willing investors to lose confidence in our country so that he can point to a downturn in the financial markets as evidence that we should vote Remain. So how frustrating it must be for Mr Osborne that the markets stubbornly refuse to be alarmed by the prospect of Brexit.

    That’s the Daily Wail, Daily Fail, Waily Fail, known to a few as the Daily Mail

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  73. Spawny Get says:

    Message from Blighty

    meanwhile in the EU


  74. Spawny Get says:

    And the hits keep coming

    A Survation poll (last one was IPSOS MORI)

    LEAVE: 45% (+7)

    REMAIN: 42% (-2)

    The trend continues, another swing to Leave…



  75. Spawny Get says:

    More Yay! The HS2 route runs through a lot of Tory constituencies, this should sway a few of them


  76. Spawny Get says:

    No campaigning for the rest of the day

    A British member of parliament has been airlifted to hospital after having been “stabbed and shot” in an attack in her constituency in Yorkshire.
    Helen ‘Jo’ Cox is understood to be in “incredibly serious”, “critical condition” after she was attacked outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, near Leeds.

    One young guy interviewed on TV said there were three shots into her and then a knife.

    Sounds like she stepped into an argument between two blokes. A 52y.o. white guy* has been arrested. In an area with lots of immigration*

    *so far. Awaiting police announcement.


  77. Yoda says:

    A good lingo for calling naval battle action Yodish would be.

    Good for all purposes it would be

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  78. Spawny Get says:

    This just brightened my day

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is reported to be in an “EU Depressed” mood following the failure of the continent’s migration policy, and a potential break-up of the European Union under his tenure following a Brexit vote according to Brussels insiders.
    The news comes as rumours circulate that Mr. Juncker is due to make a major intervention in the EU referendum debate in Britain next week.

    The revelation of the coming interference from the European Commission from German news magazine Der Spiegel comes as a major profile on the President of the European Commission reveals his deteriorating political position within the Union and rumored departure from the Commission.

    Europe’s Politico describes a Commission notionally led by Jean-Claude Juncker, the former Prime Minister of Luxembourg often characterised as ‘Druncker’ for his famous love of alcohol as having lurched from crisis to crisis with no clear direction. Now the president, despite his planned grand-standing on Britain’s membership of the European Union is described as having been “sidelined” within his own Commission, “politically paralyzed”, and with worsening health.

    Officials close to Mr. Juncker report his optimism about the European Project to be fading, as his mood “darkened”. One ‘senior EU official’ said: “He is less and less positive about the EU and the abilities of the member states in particular”.

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  79. Cill says:

    Who on Earth writes the bloody hilarious but blatantly bogus subtitles for those Hitler clips (7:07 pm)? It has to be a male Pom. Or a bloke of Pom stock (from one of the “Realms” of H.M. Commonwealth, perhaps). Not Irish, not Scot, not Canadian… Someone will tell me it was before my time.

    Has to be a Pom, and it sure does hit Go on the Cillsquatch sense of humour.

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  80. Spawny Get says:

    Yeah, this one is English, but this kind of thing is Britsh, Kiwi or Aussie. There’s just a different flavour to it

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  81. Cill says:

    I once heard Choicy guffaw and chortle non-stop for 5 minutes over one those Hitler videos on an earlier post. They ignite the Down Under sense of humour.

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  82. Spawny Get says:

    You’ll both probably like http://www.going-postal.net (a spin off from Guido Fawke’s http://www.order-order.com which cleaned up its comments…sadly)

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  83. Yoda says:

    A new post there is

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  84. Spawny Get says:

    Jo Cox, grassy knoll?

    A local teenager has told the Mirror how she witnessed a man “looking very suspicious” from her bedroom window around 30 minutes after she heard about the shooting this afternoon.

    The 16-year-old said: “My friend was supposed to come over but then she told me she couldn’t because there’s been a shooting.

    “I could hear the helicopter circling overhead.

    “About 30 minutes later I was looking out of my bedroom window and I saw a man looking very suspicious.

    “He was lying down on the floor between two graves.

    “He was wearing a black hoodie and he had binoculars.

    “He was only about 50metres away and then he saw me and ran off.

    “He fled when he realised I had seen him.

    “I called police and told them what I saw. It was frightening – Birstall is normally such a quiet town.”


  85. Spawny Get says:

    The filth we’re dealing with

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  86. Yoda says:

    Ask oneself, “Who benefits they do”?

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    it naturally benefits Remainia. Panic the dumb flockers into voting for the familiar.

    For BREXIT to counter we’d need proof that the guy had been pushed over the edge by…losing his house/benefits to make room for immigrants, for example. You’ll not get proof of that in time, maybe never. People in Germany have been kicked out of social housing so that immigrants have a home…it does happen, this isn’t a crazy scenario.

    Parliament is being recalled. Maybe they’ll try and cancel the vote???

    They’re tut tutting the climate of dislike of politicians. Wonder why that came about?
    Expense fiddling by MPs.
    Endless lies by politicians.
    Politicians not listening to the normal people.

    BREXIT have been the side keeping it clean and reasonable. Remain are fear mongering lying cunts. That’s part of why BREXIT has been winning the tv debates.

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  88. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mizzou is hopeless. The governor should shut it down. Indefinitely.

    Spawny Get,
    I doubt that anyone will keep track but, the murder of Jo Cox will get more column inches than the Orlando Massacre in Britain.

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  89. Spawny Get says:

    The racist bigot whiner with the vocal deep-fry from Missou complains at the racial divide?


  90. Spawned I do worry about the risk of violence as so many have an agenda against brexit. I mean look at what happened when the South tried to declare independance or the colonies tried to declare independance? If Englad were a drain they might not care, but for a key player to leave… There will be those who may want to stop that w force if needed. Likewise if many/most want to leave and that is somehow thwarted… There could be violence. It’s a powder keg, it seems from here.

    As I said before the whole idea of turning sovereign nations into subservient a of a larger group… I am sure it seemed like a good idea at the time but…

    Perhaps it was sold as “like the United States, 50 states are part of a larger entity” but the United States were always that, never independant countries (tho if i recall at times they functioned more so than now.) How did all this get started, if you don’t mind a clueless American who should know, happen?


  91. Egads…and more typos!

    I mean I worry for violence for you, and a friend I have in London who her and hubby have a new baby, for those I care for in potential harm’s way. Not that doing what is needed isn’t needed, despite the risk sometimes. Just keep your wits about ya in any case. girl talk, I know. Despite the drama we can be, in general we dont like fighting. I will be praying for your safety. Hugs and cheers!


  92. War is not a girl thing. It terrifies me actually and I hope to never experience that firsthand. Not my kids experience it. 😦

    Cookies, anyone?

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  93. Spawny Get says:

    Speaking of kids, here’s the level of remainiac debate. In a national newspaper no less

    A father whose infant son was born 12 weeks early has made an emotional appeal for Britons to vote to stay in the EU – to save the lives of children like his.

    Joe and Nicola Jackson’s baby boy Jamie was delivered at Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital in early June at just 28 weeks, after struggling for months with growth restriction in the womb.

    Mr Jackson has since posted a powerful message of gratitude on Facebook to the medical team responsible for his son’s care, saying that without the attention of European doctors he would not have survived – and urging those who haven’t yet decided which way to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June to #voteinforjamie.

    Vote Remain for the sake of the children of fucking idiots and the pathetic scumbags that these days claim the title ‘journalist’


  94. Spawny Get says:

    Good Ol’ Bobshite has the right idea, it seems

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