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WHY WE MUST SUFFER THE EU

By Pete Moore On December 7th, 2018

A cyclist dubbed the “Brighton bottom slapper” who attacked lone women in a series of late-night sex assaults has been spared jail.

Constantin Barbutu, 22, donned a hoodie and rode up to female pedestrians, joggers and cyclists before smacking or groping them …

Barbutu was too “intellectually impaired” to cope behind bars, Hove Crown Court heard.

Judge David Rennie handed him a 12-month suspended sentence and ordered him to complete 40 days of rehabilitation.

The BBC didn’t have room to mention that “the Brighton bottom slapper” is a Romanian immigrant who can’t speak English. The moniker sounds funny, but he terrorised lone women at night. So we have to put up with mental retards with a taste for sexually assaulting women or Germany and France will be at war again, or whatever this week’s reason for the EU is.

He could be deported, but our economy relies on retards who can’t speak English but are addicted to sexually assaulting women, so best leave him to roam our streets. Have a good weekend.

61 Responses to “WHY WE MUST SUFFER THE EU”

  1. Sounds like something from the Two Ronnies.

  2. Suffer little children.

    The left demand their utopia…

    VILE ATTACK Girl, 10, repeatedly raped by ‘migrant grooming gang’ in Finland as cops warn parents to watch out for ‘foreign men’ contacting underage kids
    The suspects, aged 20 to 40, are accused of grooming the child online before raping her at their homes in Oulu, north-west Finland

    https://www.thesun.ie/news/3484740/girl-10-repeatedly-raped-by-migrant-grooming-gang-in-finland-as-cops-warn-parents-to-watch-out-for-foreign-men-contacting-underage-kids/

  3. 10 years old.

    The price of this liberal progressive utopia is in my opinion, just fst too high a price to psy.

    But there is nothing, normal decent people can currently do to stop them.

    Seven adult migrants suspected of raping 10-year-old Finnish girl

    The police are investigating a serious sexual assault in Oulu of a child. So far, seven foreign men are suspected of seriously raping the young girl and serious child molestation.

    The cruel rapes and assaults have been going on for months. According to the police, it is possible that there will be more suspects.

    The men raped a 10-year-old Finnish girl. Several newspapers have written about the case, including Iltalehti, Ilta-Sanomat and MTV.

    Chief Inspector Markus Kiiskinen says that there may be more suspected perpetrators in the rape tangle. The suspects are mainly between 20 and 30-years-old. One of the men is 38-years-old. The seven men were arrested on Wednesday last week.

    The men allegedly assaulted the child during the autumn in the men’s apartments in Oulu. The police are reticent with the details of the case and do not reveal how the girl and the men came into contact with each other. But the discovery of the suspected crimes should not have come from the girl’s parents.

    https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/12/seven-adult-migrants-suspected-of-raping-10-year-old-finnish-girl/

  4. Sounds like something from the Two Ronnies.

    Oh its just so funny..

  5. In Pete’s last paragraph, he could almost be describing SCROTUS Trump.

  6. Seimi 8:31

    0/10

  7. Pete and Patrick certainly do love their emotive, but misleading and untrue headlines.
    It has nothing to do with the EU.
    If you’re unhappy with his punishment and not being deported, blame the UK courts.

  8. Looks like the vote on May’s deal tomorrow is being called off.

    How May survives all this is beyond me. Even if there were a no-confidence vote tomorrow, she’d probably win it.

    I suppose for the Tories, running around like a headless chicken is still running around.

    It says a lot for their situation that May is still considered the best leader they have.

  9. I don’t know what any British PM should do in this situation.

  10. I guess it would depend on what their objectives were. May’s biggest problem is that she has attempted to be all things to all people. You can’t deliver Brexit while protecting the economy. In order to protect the economy you have to water down Brexit. You can’t maintain the Good Friday Agreement and peace in the North without watering down Brexit.

    So you can have a strong economy and protect the Good Friday Agreement, or you can have Brexit. You can’t have all three.

  11. I don’t know why you can’t have Brexit and still have a good economy, provided that the UK and EU work out something that both can live with.

    You will be awarded a pint of lager at Crown Bar if you can determine what that win-win trade agreement between UK/EU might be.

  12. The UK and EU economies are interlinked. Unraveling them will be detrimental to the economy. The EU have made abundantly clear that the level of access to the single market will be determined by the UK’s willingness to accept the rules of membership.

    You can’t have preferential single market access without accepting ECJ adjudication and free movement of people. The UK won’t accept that.

  13. Yes, but my point over the past couple of years is that the US-Canadian economies are also deeply interlinked in manufacturing, agriculture, everything else – yet there is no free movement of people, etc.

    The EU is insisting on ” my way or the highway “, and I’d like to think that there would be room to negotiate an alternative that both can live with.

    The UK is not Norway or Switzerland. It’s really big. It needs Europe but Europe needs it also.

    I fail to see why this wasn’t negotiated a long time ago.

  14. We simply must suffer Brussels.

    There is no choice, no escape.

    Treason May is the worst Prime Monster, since… Well, the last Prime Monster, and there are many to choose from.

    You could place all MP’s, including all the so called Prime Monsters in a giant sack, hang it up, spin it round, and jab anywhere you choose with a very sharp pointy stick..and you would still hit the right one.

    I give up, I surrender.

    “Theresa May’s deal”

    Oh, get a grip.

    We’ve been had.

  15. If Europe lets the UK have preferential access to the EU without free movement of people then the next step is natavist populists like the Front National in France (or whatever they are calling themselves these days), or the Lega in Italy, etc… will start asking why does Britain get preferential access without obeying the rules of membership and France and Italy don’t.

    It would completely unravel the European Union.

    The UK can’t have its cake and eat it as well. It can be in the Single Market (and all that entails) or they can be out of the Single Market (and all that entails). They can’t have it à la carte.

  16. I also don’t get why the EU has to be the bigger man in this equation. The UK is the one upsetting the apple cart. It is up to the UK to find an approach that works for everyone. The idea, that the EU should be the one to cause itself massive political harm to facilitate an economic deal because Britain won’t be willing to cause itself massive political harm to facilitate an economic deal, is insane. The UK is the one causing the mess. They have to be the one to sort it out.

  17. The Houses of Parliament are currently being g refurbished at a cost of millions.

    Why don’t they simply demolish it, and erect a Big Top.

    Its nothing more than a circus anyway.

    Brussels rules, our Parliament are now surplus to requirements.

  18. The UK can’t have its cake and eat it as well. It can be in the Single Market (and all that entails) or they can be out of the Single Market (and all that entails). They can’t have it à la carte.

    Says Seamus parroting his idol Donald Tusk.

    That works both ways.

  19. What works both ways?

  20. Maybe the EU is set up completely wrong

    Free movement between Ireland and UK is one thing – it has existed for a long time

    Free movement among those places and Germany, France is another thing.

    Free movement for those and the large populations of eastern Europe and the large populations that Merkel decided to invite in without consulting all the other members is another thing. Who in God’s name would ever support this last option?

  21. And at some point, Merkel’s marauders will get German citizenship.

    And you will have no choice but to say ” howdy neighbor “

  22. Seamus, on December 10th, 2018 at 3:09 PM Said:
    What works both ways?

    Having your cake and eating it…all of it

    Brussels have the cake, and they gorge on it.

    Phantom.

    Precisely.

  23. “Maybe the EU is set up completely wrong”

    Which is for the EU and its member states to determine. However the EU and its member states are largely ok with it. The UK is one of the only ones that is opposed to the free movement of people.

    It also isn’t up for negotiating in Brexit. The UK can have as much access to the Single Market as it wants. However access comes at a price – a price the UK is unwilling to meet.

  24. “Brussels have the cake, and they gorge on it.”

    I’m sure they do.

  25. Seamus

    Could you please explain in your view, just a “populist” is?.

    You sure do seem to parrot, word for word what Brussels utters.

    Seamus.

    Are you in favour of an EU Federal superstate, run by the few, for the few?.

    I am genuinely interested.

  26. Seamus, on December 10th, 2018 at 3:21 PM Said:
    “Brussels have the cake, and they gorge on it.”

    I’m sure they do.

    And you are apparently absolutely fine and dandy with this?

    If you are, that would answer a few questions, if you are not comfortable with it, what do you intend to do about it?

  27. “Could you please explain in your view, just a “populist” is?.”

    Populists are people who tell the electorate what they want to hear. They don’t lead. They play to the basest desires of the electorate. They promise the electorate things that are not deliverable, or which will not fix the problems facing the country.

    “Are you in favour of an EU Federal superstate, run by the few, for the few?.”

    No I’m not. I’m not a fan of the European Union. I wish it could scaled back to a simple trading bloc.

  28. “And you are apparently absolutely fine and dandy with this?”

    I’m not. I just don’t believe your bullshit.

  29. The UK is one of the only ones that is opposed to the free movement of people.

    Absolute rubbish.

  30. //Free movement between Ireland and UK is one thing – it has existed for a long time
    Free movement among those places and Germany, France is another thing.//

    There’s no reason why there should not be free movemenet of people with a roughly equal level of education, general outlook on life, economic background etc.

    Europeans have grown much closer to each other over the past few decades, probably more than non-Europeans can appreciate. The five houses on our row (all single family) are home to people from six different EU countries (and one from Israel). Last time we had a party here there were people from 8 different European countries present. Nobody even notices it. It’s as natural as people from the different US states coming together.

    That people can’t travel and work freely across the different national borders in western Europe is now unthinkable and wouldn’t be tolerated by anyone I know.

  31. Which other nations oppose it Harri? Italy probably now could be added to the list. Overwhelmingly the majority of the remaining member states support retaining free movement of people.

  32. Seamus, on December 10th, 2018 at 3:26 PM Said:
    “And you are apparently absolutely fine and dandy with this?”

    I’m not. I just don’t believe your bullshit.

    Ah, here go, abuse.

    Liberals huh!

    Now Seamus, you are not absolutely fine & dandy with Brussels gorging themselves on our cake, now, what do you intend to do about it?.

  33. Seamus

    Poland, Slovakia, The Czech Republic, and Hungary.

  34. It isn’t abuse. You talk nonsense. Pointing out that you talk nonsense is not abuse. Facts aren’t abusive.

    You seem to have this perception of EU civil servants that simply isn’t backed up by the facts.

  35. Seamus.

    What makes you believe Brexit is about immigration?.

    Have you been listening at all?.

  36. Harri, it is the UK which wishes to leave the EU, not the other way around. In order for you to get what you seem to want from this, it would require the EU to change its set-up. Why should the EU change its set-up when, as Séamus says, most of its members appear to be reasonably happy with the current situation, just to appease one of its current members?

  37. Now Seamus, you are not absolutely fine & dandy with Brussels gorging themselves on our cake, now, what do you intend to do about it?.

    Well?

  38. “Poland, Slovakia, The Czech Republic, and Hungary”

    Are in favour of free movement. They are opposed to the resettling of refugees in their countries but are supportive of free movement of people. Hence the fact that their nations are some of the ones who take advantage of it most.

    Hence when France and Germany tried to amend some of the regulations to make free movement harder it was overwhelmingly opposed by the V4 group.

  39. Harri, it is the UK which wishes to leave the EU, not the other way around. In order for you to get what you seem to want from this, it would require the EU to change its set-up. Why should the EU change its set-up when, as Séamus says, most of its members appear to be reasonably happy with the current situation, just to appease one of its current members?

    Maybe we have realised, Brussels are beyond reason, beyond reform, and beyond redemption.

    Why you fail to see this is beyond comprehension.

    Instead, you simply parrot what the Brussels elite spout off.

  40. “Well?”

    I don’t agree with the premise of your question.

  41. Now Seamus, you are not absolutely fine & dandy with Brussels gorging themselves on our cake, now, what do you intend to do about it?.

    Well, how are you planning to change them?

  42. “Well, how are you planning to change them?”

    I don’t agree with the premise that they are doing so.

  43. Seamus, on December 10th, 2018 at 3:34 PM Said:
    “Well?”

    I don’t agree with the premise of your question.

    No cop out there then.

    I will happily leave it at that.

    Sigh… 😏

  44. I’m not parroting anything, Harri. I’m asking you a simple question. Why should the EU change its rules and regulations to suit UK Brexit wishes? The UK voted to leave the EU, not the other way around.

  45. I don’t agree with the premise that they are doing so.

    Give me strength..

  46. “No cop out there then.”

    No cop out. Can’t fix a problem when the problem doesn’t actually exist outside your confused little mind.

  47. Seamus.

    Look, let’s cut to the chase, with all the best efforts of 17.4 million Brits, and millions of other non conforming dissenters (populists, I do believe is what you like to call them) across Europe.

    You will get your Brussels project Federal superstate, run by the few, for the few

    And its now more than plainly obvious, there is absolutely bugger all anyone can do about it.

  48. “millions of other non conforming dissenters (populists, I do believe is what you like to call them)”

    I call a populist a populist because that is what they are. If someone wants to put forward a credible plan, even if I don’t agree with it, I will respect that. But filling people’s heads with bollocks isn’t that. Claiming that somehow cutting immigration and getting rid of foreigners will solve all the country’s ills is nonsense.

    I’ll call a spade a spade, even if the spade doesn’t like it.

  49. The UK can’t have its cake and eat it as well. It can be in the Single Market (and all that entails) or they can be out of the Single Market (and all that entails). They can’t have it à la carte.

    https://youtu.be/8sBbeWxeZbE

    An echo maybe?

  50. I’ll call a spade a spade, even if the spade doesn’t like it.

    In this brave new liberal progressive world, could that not be construed as a negative, racial slur?.

  51. “In this brave new liberal progressive world, could that not be construed as a negative, racial slur?.”

    No it couldn’t be.

    “An echo maybe?”

    Nope. A pretty common turn of phrase. And one that pretty accurately describes what the UK are trying to do.

  52. Claiming that somehow cutting immigration and getting rid of foreigners will solve all the country’s ills is nonsense.

    If the infrastructure is in place to accommodate all the immigrants, no problems whatsoever, if its not, then there will be a multitude of social problems, NHS, Dentists, Housing, Schools, Benefits, etc, etc.

    That’s hardly rocket science.

  53. “spade” is a derogatory term for a black person.

    No it couldn’t be.

    Yes it is.

  54. Seamus.

    Like “Al la carte” used by Brussels, you are merely parroting the term “populists” too.

    Some people need “leaders”.

  55. If I was to refer to black people as spades then it would be. However I wasn’t. So it couldn’t be by anyone other that utter morons.

    You can decide if you are in that group or not.

    “That’s hardly rocket science.”

    It isn’t. However immigrants contribute more to those areas than they take away. The NHS would crumble over night without immigrants.

    That is hardly rocket science.

    It is also not what the sort of scum I am talking about are actually saying.

  56. “Like “Al la carte” used by Brussels, you are merely parroting the term “populists” too.”

    Unlike yourself, who needs the latest UKIP talking points to have anything to say, I can actually think for myself.

  57. Seamus

    I am now a fully fledged Labour voter.

    Once again, this is possibly my one and only chance to actually get what I voted for.

    I will vote Labour, I expect Armageddon.

    I am pretty certain Labour will not let me down

    Go Corbo.

  58. It is also not what the sort of scum I am talking about are actually saying.

    Deal s.

    No need for any abuse.

    Once again, rest your liberal progressive mind.

    You will without any shadow of doubt, get your Brussels Federal Superstate, run by the few, for the few.

    Rest assured.

    You have won, we have lost.

  59. Deal s.?

    Bloody predictive text…

    “Seamus”.

    😏

  60. Unlike yourself, who needs the latest UKIP talking points to have anything to say, I can actually think for myself.

    No need Seamus s.

    Donald Tusk, one of your seven Presidents, has already “thought” for you..

    Almost, word for word.

    Some people need “leaders”.

  61. I don’t know why you can’t have Brexit and still have a good economy, provided that the UK and EU work out something that both can live with

    I’m a bit late here to the party Phantom but I’ll have a go at that

    – The UK somehow thinks it has economic equivilency with the EU. Essentially the UK is one economy trying to negotiate with a bloc of twenty seven economies and while it’s the fourth or fifth largest economy in the 28 and important in itself it isn’t and can’t have economic equity with the 27 bloc therefore from a strengthened position the bloc wil negotiate on its own terms for its best deal.

    – Maintainence of the integrity of the EU. If the EU grants special privileges to the UK in trading without responsibilities what’s the point of the Single Market and why would others not jump ship in order to have access to the Single Market with none of the responibilities? The EU is obviously a pro EU organisation and endorsement of anything that would undermine the integrity of the Union would be like turkies voting for Christmas.

    – The WTO and its MFNs. WTO regulations stipulate equality of trade to all countries and for the EU to concede on tariffs and access it would have to concede the same to its other external trading partners if one of those trading partners raised a complaint, (which they’d be mad not to).

    But most of all you can’t have such a thing as you state above because the Brexit that the uber Brexiteers want off the EU is fundamentally unfair. England & Wales the UK decided to leave the EU of their own volition and now they want the rules changed to suit their circumstances and play by different rules that others are expected to play by. You don’t have to like EU regulations, you don’t have to agree with EU regulations but if you want access to what the EU have to offer then you do have to abide by EU regulations.

    It really is that simple. Those are just some of the many reasons why the Canada / US trade relationship comparison will always be redundant.