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21) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799413)
Posted 1 day ago by Sirius B
Oui, monsieur, mais les pays européens ont: -
conseillers municipaux
maires
constituences locaux du parti
Suivi par
Les députés de toutes les saveurs
ministres du gouvernement
secrétaires
premier ministre
Ajouté par
Commission européenne (Gestapo)
Parlement européen (SS)
Dirigée par cher vieux Adolf lui-même

Pour couronner le tout, le maréchal Pétain lui-même préconise maintenant que "Little Britain" est plus avec nous, l'anglais ne devrait plus être parlée en Europe.
22) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799367)
Posted 1 day ago by Sirius B
Denmark
The close relationship between Denmark, Sweden and the UK raises the likelihood that Brexit will be followed by referendums in those two countries.

France
'I would vote for Brexit, even if I think that France has 1,000 more reasons to leave than the UK,' she said, referring to the EU as 'decaying'.

Italy
Polls have revealed that 48 per cent of Italians believe they would be better off out of the EU, and would vote to leave given the opportunity.

Netherlands
Following the Brexit vote, he tweeted, 'hurrah for the Brits! Now it's our turn. time for a Dutch referendum!'

Austria
Austria has a large Eurosceptic movement, as was demonstrated when Norbert Hofer, the far-Right populist candidate, came within a hair's breadth of winning the presidency. His party, the FPÖ, has experienced a surge in support in recent months.

Czech Republic
The Czech prime minister, Bohuslav Sobotka, has warned that a Brexit could trigger a 'Czexit'.

Greece
Economists have predicted that Greece could exit the Eurozone altogether now that the UK has voted Brexit.

Spain
Spanish woes have not yet given rise to a Eurosceptic party.

Poland
Brexit is seen as wholly bad for Poland,

Hungary
Hungary is one of the most Eurosceptic countries in Europe.

Ireland
As Britain's closest neighbour, pro-Europe Ireland will inevitably be caught up in the economic turmoil that will dominate at least in the short term after Brexit.

So a message for Herr Juncker, make that 9 litres of booze tonight -)
23) Message boards : Politics : Another example of USA Gun Laws (or lack of...)? (Message 1799357)
Posted 1 day ago by Sirius B
A P*** poor reason to die
24) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799332)
Posted 2 days ago by Sirius B
Poor Sturgeon. Well one bandwagon jumper got told in clear terms: -

"The President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz says he listened and learned during his morning meeting with Nicola Sturgeon in Brussels.

And speaking after a brief meeting with Scotland's First Minister, the leader of the party of European socialists in the European Parliament Gianni Pitella said he was "sympathetic" to Scotland's situation, but this that this was an issue to be solved within the UK."
25) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799218)
Posted 2 days ago by Sirius B
LOL, the fatcats of Europe will come gunning for you.
26) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799215)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
Why should they? The EU's GDP is declining year in year out. Britain has to pay a fee, well enough, we'll pay it. However for you to continue trading with us, our tariffs just went up a little higher than the fee.

Europe exports more to us than we export to Europe.

Europe wants a level playing field, you can have it, just don't dictate to us. What's hard to understand about that?
27) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799208)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
& from the same paper...

US "urges" the UK & EU to "divorce amicably"

All these statesmen & women, experts & the like, WTH were they in 2008 when the banking fatcats caused a global financial meltdown?

A country decides to leave a corrupt organisation & the furore...

...Unbelievable.
28) Message boards : Politics : Another example of USA Gun Laws (or lack of...)? (Message 1799203)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
Over the top there aren't you?

Considering that America's foreign policies affect the rest of the world, & let's not forget the greed of your corporations.

I was talking about the non-U.S. citizens on this forum, if it's any business of yours MR. Hide My Country. I was NOT talking about every legal citizen in the U.S.

Way over the top again. Take a break. If you still feel that strongly, vote for Trump, he'll build you your walls.
29) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Don't know where it should go? Stick it here! Part III (Message 1799197)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
Amazing, Iceland beat England in the European Cup in the sport called futbol, soccer or football, depending upon where you live, 2 to 1. Who would of thunk?

Well Iceland are doing a 2 for 1 offer, this week only :-)
30) Message boards : Politics : Another example of USA Gun Laws (or lack of...)? (Message 1799193)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
Over the top there aren't you?

Considering that America's foreign policies affect the rest of the world, & let's not forget the greed of your corporations.
31) Message boards : Politics : EgyptAir flight MS804 disappears from radar (Message 1799192)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
Data recorder repaired

Let's hope they get something from it.
32) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799182)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
All I can say is that Nicholas Clegg & the rest of the Liberal Democrats are bending over kissing their butts, glad they got ousted last May.

I'm surprised that they haven't piped up with this: -

"Had we still been in coalition, this wouldn't have happened".

As it is, the shock wave is still rippling outwards.

We have Corbyn telephoning Ikea requesting a new cabinet be delivered, Cameron off to Panama after his visit to Brussels to check on his offshore accounts & with all the hulabaloo over the NHS, we now have master Hunt considering standing for the leadership of the Tories.

As for the EU being undemocratic? What was the first thing said by many on Friday morning?

"We will stop others from exiting".
33) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799106)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
Now that the EU budget will be 10% less, their share will also be less :-)
34) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799092)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
I agree with you on all points above, except that I'm almost 100% sure, that the fat cats will find a way to get around the referendum result. But, we will see in the coming months....

This may stop the rot entirely.

Poland "leaks" French & German plans for the EU

Polish Foreign Minister "outraged".

SO minister can we see Poland as the next country to exit the "EU"?
35) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799087)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
And now the back stabbing begins...

Poland says Britain must hold a 2nd referendum BUT the EU must change radically

...this was coming for how many years Poland?

Why didn't ANYONE of you step up to the plate beforehand?

WHY NOW? Dutch courage after we showed you the way?
36) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799057)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
If it was left to any of the 17,410,742, it would already be done. However, as shown worldwide, that's best left to those in power.

So how about you cutting the crap & answer questions posed directly to you.
37) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799041)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
That's always been true to a degree, but this time around, I'm not so sure.

It's not Britain that will destroy the EU but 2 countries that caused Europe grief 4 times already.

The spite & unwillingness to show diplomacy from both Germany & France will the EU's undoing.

Many are failing to see, is that Britain is not Anti-Europe, but Anti-EU.

"What makes this result, on the other hand, is, of course, a victory for democracy. The greatest strength of any country is the degree to which it is an open society and this vote showed that on that index we excel.

The sovereign will of the British people is what has prevailed in producing this enormous geopolitical shift. So it's three cheers for democracy and for the 72.2% voter turnout rate."

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38) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799034)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
LOL, yes, spotted it in time.
39) Message boards : Politics : The Way Ahead (Message 1799029)
Posted 3 days ago by Sirius B
But so far none other in the EU has gone this far as your distinguished nation. Please do not tempt me to think any further about "good riddance".

There are many in Europe facing despair & disenfranchisement with the EU. Quiet a few are in the governments of European Countries.

Are they also xenophobic simpletons?

From your posts to date, you are either European or American, so tell us: -

Which is it?

European = 500,000,000 simpletons

America = 300,000,000 simpletons

Either way, Britain with its 63,000,000 is certainly not a patch on the others.

As for racism? Compared to those others? Thanks for the best laugh of the day :-)
40) Message boards : Politics : Donald Trump for President? (Message 1798900)
Posted 4 days ago by Sirius B
Careful there Alex. I brought up logistics many times & got lambasted for being an anarchistic truck driver.

All this free trade, does any of that trade get where it's meant to by the swish of Harry Potter's magic wand?

What makes me laugh atm is Trump & Clinton, over 300,000,000 in the States & that's the best that America can come up with?


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