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  • Bereta_Eder
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    Yeah thad british sense of humour and stiff upper lip ain't gonna save you.
    You can shove it up your arse

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  • Dauphin
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    Originally posted by Bereta_Eder View Post
    coup d' etat in the UK. They shut down the parliement so it can't unvote the brexit.
    Junta
    Itís Boris, so itís a coup dítwat by a ****a.

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    Fantastic come back.
    It seems that the lack of a substantial responce means that you have finally accepted how screwed up England is and how irationally, undemocratically and xenophobically it has behaved.

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  • Dinner
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    Originally posted by Bereta_Eder View Post
    That probably will be the only thing that Dinner will contempalte when Ireland unites and Scotland breaks free and England becomes Belarus.
    You are delusional. Not to mention rather obsessive.

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  • giblets
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    Instead of rejoining, England becomes a US territory

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  • Proteus_MST
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    Actually GB already got special treatment ... negotiated by Maggie Thatcher in the 1980s.

    If GB after Brexit ever gets admitted into the EU again, it should be clear that they lose all benefits negotiated during the Thatcher era and be treated like all other EU countries

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    Britain must suffer from histrionic personality disorder or some such.

    It spend decades on decades begging to enter the EU, fighting french resistance.
    When it did it spend decades wanting special treatment.
    When that failed it broke its own bones to get out and instigated a junta.

    I have never seen a more confused nation. Probably why they are burglars of marbles. It didn't help them.


    So funny and sad.

    One theory is they entered the EU in order to break it. They failed and now they will get broken up

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  • giblets
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    Brexiters love democracy

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    coup d' etat in the UK. They shut down the parliement so it can't unvote the brexit.
    Junta

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  • BeBro
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    UK gov to suspend parliament:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-49493632


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  • BeBro
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    If there's some sort of compromise before Oct 31 everyone will claim it's his success. If not, everyone will blame the other side for anything that is not shiny afterwards.

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  • giblets
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    Leaked Brexit Document Depicts Government Fears Of Gridlock, Food Shortages, Unrest

    Britain would face gridlock at ports; shortages of medicine, fuel and food; and a hard border with Ireland if it left the European Union with no deal, according to a leaked government document.

    The U.K. seems increasingly likely to crash out of the EU on Oct. 31, and the picture the government paints in a confidential document compiled under the code name Operation Yellowhammer and obtained by the Sunday Times is sobering. It details the ways government leaders are working to avert a "catastrophic collapse in the nation's infrastructure."

    Trucks could be dealt 2 1/2-day delays at ports, with significant disruption lasting up to three months, which would affect fuel supplies in London and the southeast of England, according the document.

    Medical supplies will also be vulnerable to "severe extended delays," since about three-quarters of the U.K.'s medicine comes across the English Channel.

    Fresh food will become less available, and prices will rise, according to the document. That outcome is expected to especially hit vulnerable groups.

    The government anticipates the return of a hard border with Ireland, which could spark protests and roadblocks.

    It also forecasts the closure of two oil refineries after import tariffs are eliminated, causing an expected loss of 2,000 jobs, worker unrest and disruptions to fuel supplies.

    A government source told the Sunday Times: "This is not Project Fear ó this is the most realistic assessment of what the public face with no deal. These are likely, basic, reasonable scenarios ó not the worst case."

    The revelations come just before Boris Johnson takes his first official foreign trip as prime minister to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in advance of this coming weekend's G-7 summit in Biarritz, France.

    The Financial Times quoted government insiders who rebutted the document, saying it is not a realistic scenario for a no-deal Brexit and pointing out that it was written under the leadership of Johnson's predecessor, Theresa May, and does not reflect the preparations spearheaded by Johnson that are now underway.

    "This document is from when ministers were blocking what needed to be done to get ready to leave and the funds were not available. It has been deliberately leaked by a former minister in an attempt to influence discussions with EU leaders," a source told the paper.

    British Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng also downplayed the report in an interview with a British broadcaster.

    "I think there's a lot of scaremongering around and a lot of people are playing into Project Fear," he told Sky News when asked about the leaked document. "We will be fully prepared to leave without a deal on the 31st of October."
    https://www.npr.org/2019/08/18/75217...hortages-unres

    Oh wow I can't wait for November when they're insisting the shelves are fully stocked and all the people saying they can't buy stuff are just agents of Project Fear

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  • Proteus_MST
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    Congrats ... if Boris gets his wishes with a hard Brexit on 10/31, I guess we can say "Welcome to the EU" at this time

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  • Dauphin
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    Brexit date confirmed. December 12, my flights booked. Wonder if thatíll be before or after the U.K. leaves the EU....

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    No offense to Belarus. In many ways, it is an improvement.


    Just sad. Then again marbles.

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