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Yep yep yep.

Instead we’ve got Article 13, national humiliation, 500 Remainer MPs who can’t win a vote among themselves and a PM who can’t even resign properly. Thanks Remainers.

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  1. I don’t want to be eating any ‘food’ produced in the US unless it is the quality of food that is reserved for US government and Bill Gates……

    Phantom – you recall how enthusiastic Bill Gates is for GM-products (I can’t really call it ‘food’)?

    http://www.glassdoor.com/Interview/Bill-and-Melinda-Gates-Foundation-Deputy-Director-Interview-Questions-EI_IE9097.0,33_KO34,49.htm#InterviewReview_1353860

    Deputy Director Interview Anonymous Interview Candidate in Seattle, WA Anonymous Interview Candidate in Seattle, WA Application DetailsThe process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in April 2011.

    The campus is absolutely awesome. It is LEED certified gold. The work space is open and only the higher levels have closed office space. However, there are a lot of Focus Rooms where you can go to work. They have a great cafe in a beautiful atrium. There is a coffee bar and a great selection of food. All food is organic. However it’s not particularly cheap.

    All food is organic – the scumbags won’t even eat the shit that they create for the masses.

  2. Pete

    Do you think that the UK has the right to set its own food safety rules?

    Do you think that the US should have any say in the matter?

  3. Pete forgot to mention the golden unicorns showering diamonds on a deliriously happy and wealthy population in his post Brexit fantasy 😉

  4. How utterly disgusting the last few weeks have been in “Parliament”. Back in the 70s/80s, the Prime Minister would have had to resign several times over, but now that the EU run the show their pretend-puppet figures get to go on and on. That’s the way the EU run their pretend local “governments” as we’ve already seen quite clearly in Greece etc.
    It must be increasingly clear even to the dimmest-minded that it was no good at all voting “Leave” unless we also sweep all the EU Remainer paid-up puppets from Parliament and replace them with an actual UK government, one actually loyal to the UK.
    I have to extend my gracious thanks to David Cameron. Although real Brexit is nowhere in sight yet, at least his referendum and the ensuing chaos has opened millions of peoples’ eyes to the sham of “democracy” and “sovreignty of Parliament” and people can now clearly see what is taking place. That genie is well and truly out of the bottle and won’t be going back in, no matter how they try and squirm to make “Brexit in Name Only” look like the real thing. Too late. Everyone now sees Com, Lab, Lib etc as “the remainer parties”, and all it will take is ONE independent party committed to REAL Brexit and they’ll sweep the next election hands down, and then we’ll get somewhere.

  5. “Back in the 70s/80s, the Prime Minister would have had to resign several times over, but now that the EU run the show their pretend-puppet figures get to go on and on.”

    It is nothing to do with the EU. What rule has the EU changed that has caused the Prime Minister not to resign?

  6. “Everyone now sees Com, Lab, Lib etc as “the remainer parties”, and all it will take is ONE independent party committed to REAL Brexit and they’ll sweep the next election hands down, and then we’ll get somewhere.”

    Strange isn’t it then that UKIP are on about 5% in the opinion polls, and Farage’s Brexit Party even less.

  7. Ah but Seamus, the EU doesn’t work like that. It doesn’t change any Parliamentary rules openly, its aim (for the present) is to make it look as if everything is just the same as it always was, and that national governments are still in control of their countries. No, I’m not saying that any rules have been changed, I’m just looking at the evidence on the ground. I guess you have to be of a certain age to be able to compare “the way things used to go” with “the way things go right now”. It’s not writ in stone, it just kinda happens. And that’s actually quite clever of the EU, I do concede them that, they’ve learned from the mistakes of 20th Century invasions.

  8. Hitler rode into Belgium and immediately the Nazis forced every business to run a Nazi flag outside their premises. It was open, in-your-face. No mistaking who was in charge. Everyone could see quite plainly that their country had been conquered.
    So, the UK Parliament “reigns supreme”, except that strangely, even though they’re still the UK P’ment, they just happen to agree with and pass every single piece of EU legislation and directives. Yeah, rrrright! GDPR, Art 13, Smoking bans, lightbulb bans, you name it, they’ve signed off on it, JUST by coincidence of course! It just so happens that they’ve agreed with every single EU directive. Sniff sniff, what’s that I can smell…sheep droppings, no…cows…male cows.

  9. Its not by coincidence. In order to remain in the EU you must pass EU directives into local law. It isn’t coincidence. It is rules of membership. So again can you point out how the EU controls national parliaments?

  10. In the way these things are always done and have always been done since time immemorial – by handshakes in clubs, by the siphoning of backhanders and pension guarantees. Who the hell cares how, it’s utterly apparent that the alleged UK Parliament is under the thumb of the EU and must be utterly removed and replaced.

  11. “Who the hell cares how, it’s utterly apparent that the alleged UK Parliament is under the thumb of the EU and must be utterly removed and replaced.”

    Its really not utterly apparent. So again can you show how the EU controls national parliaments or is this another Brexiter hysteric that has no basis in fact?

  12. Events and procedures over the last 20-odd years lead me irreversibly to that conclusion, Seamus. Of course I cannot prove it, I am not a senior civil servant. But so what, neither can you prove the opposite (or if you can, please enlighten me). You’ve heard the saying “if it walks like a duck…” etc. Well it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and so that’s enough for me, it IS that duck. F***ing EU maggot stench, exterminate it.

  13. The UK is a special case

    I believe that in most EU countries, the EU is exceptionally popular among the public

    If national parliaments Act in harmony with the EU, I would think in many cases they’re doing exactly what the population wants them to do

  14. “Events and procedures over the last 20-odd years lead me irreversibly to that conclusion, Seamus. Of course I cannot prove it, I am not a senior civil servant. But so what, neither can you prove the opposite (or if you can, please enlighten me). You’ve heard the saying “if it walks like a duck…” etc. Well it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and so that’s enough for me, it IS that duck. F***ing EU maggot stench, exterminate it.”

    A basic understanding of Parliament, the EU etc… would lead me to be believe the opposite. The “EU controls everything” brigade tend to have a poor understanding of both the inner workings of the EU and the inner workings of the UK government.

    “neither can you prove the opposite “

    I actually can. Hitchens’s razor. What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.

  15. “If national parliaments Act in harmony with the EU, I would think in many cases they’re doing exactly what the population wants them to do”

    Broadly speaking yes. And even most of the UK complaints about the EU decisions are insane, and tend to fall down at the slightest scrutiny (straight bananas and all that).

  16. Phantom, if you get your news feeds from the big Anti-Trump corporations such as CNN then you have no idea what you’re talking about, although that isn’t your fault, you’re just lapping up your opinions from what they belch out at you, and believing their agenda-driven nonsense. Here in the UK a majority of the population wish to be free of the communist EU and we hate our laws being passed down to us from foreigners.

  17. There is no such thing as the EU controlling the U.K. as if the EU is an imperial single power colonising the U.K. it is in reality the name of a cooperative of voluntary countries that share rules and regulations to harmonise and organise trading, working and social structures across the whole membership. Talk of being under the shackles of the EU or freeing ourselves from Brussells dictates are false scaremongering. We are the EU as are all it’s members.

  18. “Here in the UK a majority of the population wish to be free of the communist EU and we hate our laws being passed down to us from foreigners.”

    So the EU a globalist capitalist racket or a communist racket? Brexiteers can’t seem to make up their minds.

  19. So what can the British citizen do against the EU until real Brexit is achieved? I advocate a program of disobedience and non-compliance with their sh*t.
    The best response, if it could be organised, would be to starve the state of our money. VAT (an EU-imposed tax) ought to be completely abolished on 1st April so simply don’t submit your VAT Returns. Tell them to eff off. Ignore the GDPR crap. Send documents by email, using PGP encryption (which you should be doing anyway). Refuse to engage new customers unless they smoke a cigarette with you on your business premises, in direct contravention of EU rules. Install old-school lightbulbs (I have thousands in stock and will sell them). In short, tell the EU to c**t off.

  20. Brex

    I know that a significant number of British people don’t like the EU

    But I think that very large majority’s of Irish, French, German, etc.People support the EU

    I know a fair number of people From these places, those that I know are pretty much all pro EU

  21. Oh, tell me about it, Phantom, I agree. I worked in Eastern Europe and in the (pre-1990s) occupied Soviet Baltic states, and many of the people there were ravishingly pro-EU in the early 90’s and couldn’t understand my anti-EU stance at all. They hated Soviet oppression/ occupation so much and they saw the EU as the antidote to that. Poor fools.

  22. So the EU a globalist capitalist racket or a communist racket? Brexiteers can’t seem to make up their minds.

    They are one-and-the-same. You Seamus, as a corporate shill, must surely be aware that something isn’t quite right when you’re agreeing with the corporate behemoth on all major points yet claim to be against capitalism, of which corporates are the interface between capital and people?

  23. Having said all the above, I recognise that if you have 52% of the population wanting total Brexit and 48% wanting the opposite, then you no longer have one country but two. Why should the Remainers be left out of this? They should have their own “country” ( a vassal of the EU) if that’s what they want. I don’t want to see anyone disenfranchised, so let’s split the UK and create two new countries, the EU-UK and the independent UK. Only one condition; the EU UK takes not one penny of tax from the Independent UK, you fund your own public services. We cut ourselves off completely from that.

  24. So what can the British citizen do against the EU until real Brexit is achieved? I advocate a program of disobedience and non-compliance with their sh*t.
    The best response, if it could be organised, would be to starve the state of our money. VAT (an EU-imposed tax) ought to be completely abolished on 1st April so simply don’t submit your VAT Returns. Tell them to eff off. Ignore the GDPR crap. Send documents by email, using PGP encryption (which you should be doing anyway). Refuse to engage new customers unless they smoke a cigarette with you on your business premises, in direct contravention of EU rules. Install old-school lightbulbs (I have thousands in stock and will sell them). In short, tell the EU to c**t off.

    ROFL

  25. Pete

    Do you think that the UK has the right to set its own food safety rules? Do you think that the US should have any say in the matter?

    Phantom

    Deafening silence from Pete. I hazard a guess that his answers might be no and yes. Because the market will sort it. Food safety rules are anti-market and the US would be entitled to insist that the UK “adjust” its rules to give US “farmers” a fair shake in the UK.

  26. brexitannia

    “Here in the UK a majority of the population wish to be free of the communist EU and we hate our laws being passed down to us from foreigners.” I have read of recent polls that a majority are now remain. What do you base your opinion on?

  27. //I recognise that if you have 52% of the population wanting total Brexit //

    Then you’re recognising things that don’t exist.

    I’d say maybe 20% of the population wants total Brexit, but probably less.

  28. The chairman of the LEAVE MEANS LEAVE campaign was on tv this morning talking about the culmination of the countrywide march arriving at Parliament this afternoon. He claimed the groundswell of anger in the country will see tens of thousands of pro Brexiteers joining the ‘massive’ rally. I bet their will be little more than a thousand or so. Let’s see shall we ?

  29. //the culmination of the countrywide march arriving at Parliament this afternoon. //

    Some will want to take one route while others will insist they know a better one. Some will give up half way. Many will try to drag their young brothers along with them. Some will insist on going naked.

    BTW I wonder will those voting in favour of May’s deal today who believe it will make Britain a “slave state” outnumber those supporters who believe it’s “even worse than Remain”.

  30. I have read of recent polls that a majority are now remain. What do you base your opinion on?

    I also read the results of many polls that showed that a majority favour Remain – but that was before the referendum.

  31. He claimed the groundswell of anger in the country will see tens of thousands of pro Brexiteers joining the ‘massive’ rally

    There seems to be some internal disconnect in the Colm’s brain. There has been a referendum and the result is clear. There is no need for any demos to be used as a gauge of opinion because that was given by the referendum. However, if funding for Leave is of the scale of that for Remain and there can be thousands bussed into London from the regions, then there would be a sizeable demo for Leave. London is, of course, a bubble of Remain similar to Bristol, Oxford and other clusters of euro-bubbledom

  32. Allan

    Where is the disconnect ? Unless you can point to a comment of mine where I dispute or deny the referendum result.

  33. So let’s split the UK and create two new countries, the EU-UK and the independent UK. Only one condition; the EU UK takes not one penny of tax from the Independent UK, you fund your own public services. We cut ourselves off completely from that.

    Magnificent idea Brexi. It’ll be interesting to so how the ‘Independent UK’ fares without the economic powerhouse of London which voted Remain.

    Refuse to engage new customers unless they smoke a cigarette with you on your business premises, in direct contravention of EU rules.

    Another supeb idea. Refuse business custom because they don’t smoke and / or adher to non smoker’s considerations.

    Is this really the level of thinking of Brexiteers?

  34. Colm, on March 29th, 2019 at 8:20 AM Said:
    The chairman of the LEAVE MEANS LEAVE campaign was on tv this morning talking about the culmination of the countrywide march arriving at Parliament this afternoon. He claimed the groundswell of anger in the country will see tens of thousands of pro Brexiteers joining the ‘massive’ rally. I bet their will be little more than a thousand or so. Let’s see shall we ?

    Thousands of pro-Brexit protesters descend on Westminster on the day Britain was supposed to leave the EU – as MPs gather for crucial vote that could mean FIVE YEARS of delay
    Thousands of protestors arrive to cut off traffic in streets around Parliament chanting ‘we shall not be moved’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6863863/Dozens-Brexit-voters-celebrate-tonight-UK-not-quitting-EU.html

    Colm.

    Being just about wrong on just about everything, is not compulsory you know?

    😏

  35. Colm

    Its the Grand National race soon.

    Could you possibly use all your “wisdom” to forecast the best possible 20 favourites to actually win.

    That would give punters a chance to totally disregard your wonderful insight and wisdom, and increase the chance of picking a winner with the remaining 20 runners.

    Much thanks.
    😁

  36. I bet their will be little more than a thousand or so. Let’s see shall we ?

    HAHAHAHAHAHA

    😂

    Do you seriously truly believe we will be allowed to leave the stupid club?

    It ain’t gonna happen.

    It was never, ever going to happen.

    Its been one long laborious well conducted circus for the plebs.

    On another note..

    That bus is coming..

    The COST of Brexit solidarity: Macron ally warns Ireland they expect THIS from Dublin
    IRELAND has been told Brussels expects a closer partnership and more European cooperation in exchange for solidarity during Brexit negotiations.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1106790/brexit-news-latest-ireland-emmanuel-macron-aide-greater-solitary-integration

    Hello EU Army, hello tax harmonisation.

    Good luck with little Ireland’s veto.

  37. Thousands? I suppose it’s all in how the photo’s framed. This photo of the march along the river:

    https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/2019/03/29/brexiteers-march-ahead-of-vote-on-theresa-mays-withdrawal-agreement/

    Like the aerial shot in the link above would suggest that Colm’s prediction was pretty accurate.

    Meanwhile, Leavers can’t stand any opinion that differs from theirs and will go to any lenghts to silence it:

    He also said, ‘If I was you I’d remove that badge in case you get physically assaulted at the airport

    https://uk.style.yahoo.com/man-anti-brexit-badge-detained-085854537.html

  38. Phantom, on March 29th, 2019 at 3:21 PM Said:
    Ahh

    Like with Trump, no favor without a price tag on it.

    Precisely, everything has a price, how little Leo from little Ireland didn’t see that bus coming, is anyone’s guess.

  39. Is there anyone around here from Luton?

    Nope.

    Harpenden

    Luton is 2.5 miles away, thank heavens.

    😁

    Luton is a multicultural shithole.

  40. Dave.

    I’m impressed to say the least mate.

    You have actually managed to post a comment without mentioning Pete Moore, and hypocritical.

    😏

    Well done…mate.

  41. Cheers Harri.

    But as I’ve said before, it’s not my fault I have to make so many comments about it, it’s Pete fault for being such a hypocrite.

  42. Colm

    Do you go out of your way to be so wrong, on just about everything, or does it simp!y come naturally?.

    😏

  43. Cheers Harri.

    But as I’ve said before, it’s not my fault I have to make so many comments about it, it’s Pete fault for being such a hypocrite.

    Dave.

    We know, you have told us a million times already.

  44. Did you not once tell us you were brought up on a council estate in Luton Harri?

    Do you go out of your way to be so wrong, on just about everything, or does it simp!y come naturally?.

    Ho hum.

    Thousands? I suppose it’s all in how the photo’s framed. This photo of the march along the river:

    https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/2019/03/29/brexiteers-march-ahead-of-vote-on-theresa-mays-withdrawal-agreement/

    Like the aerial shot in the link above would suggest that Colm’s prediction was pretty accurate.

  45. Harri

    We know, you have told us a million times already.

    Well if you don’t want to hear about it Harri stop asking me about it. It’s not rocket science mate.

    Actually I was going to congratulate you for not mentioning multiculturalism, but unfortunately, you failed on that score.

  46. Actually I was going to congratulate you for not mentioning multiculturalism, but unfortunately, you failed on that score.

    Oh dear, how sad,..never mind.

    😁

  47. Colm.

    Do you go out of your way to be so wrong (that goes for Paul now too) or does it come naturally?

  48. Remainers march..it woz millions I tells ya…millions.

    Pro Brexit..it was never more than a thousand.. At most I tells ya.

    😏

  49. Good try nothing Harri. Look at the march photo of the march along the river and the aerial photo and draw you own conclusions.

    How many thousands were at the march Harri?

  50. Paul McMahon, on March 29th, 2019 at 3:58 PM Said:
    Good try nothing Harri. Look at the march photo of the march along the river and the aerial photo and draw you own conclusions.

    How many thousands were at the march Harri?

    999.

    😏

  51. Paul McMahon, on March 29th, 2019 at 3:47 PM Said:
    Did you not once tell us you were brought up on a council estate in Luton Harri?

    Did you not once tell us you were bought up in NI but now live a thousand miles away in Spain?

    And you point is…?

  52. It’s great to see the old triggered Harri back. 😀

    Happy Independence Day.

  53. Did you not once tell us you were bought up in NI but now live a thousand miles away in Spain?

    Yes, I was born and raised in Belfast.

    ????

  54. Phantom, on March 29th, 2019 at 4:09 PM Said:
    This Brexit process ( on the British side ) endless torture.

    There is no torture.

    We were never going to be allowed to leave, putting the circus to one side where it rightly belongs, don’t fall for any of it.

    We will remain in the Brussels new empire, there is no escape.

  55. And I was born in Luton,but now don’t live there, so what has present day Luton got to do with me?

    Make your mind up lad.

  56. Happy Independence Day.

    Riiggght.

    Like that’s ever going to happen.

    Hotel California.

  57. So.

    Apparently if you now make a comment on ATW, the dopey left think you are “triggered”?

    The left truly are weirdos.

  58. Harri

    You don’t make a comment on ATW. You scatter a blizzard of comments at a time 🙂

  59. Colm

    Thanks to Brexit.

    I don’t get the time any longer to spend half my waking hours on ATW.

    I am just far too busy.

    😁

  60. Colm, on March 29th, 2019 at 4:33 PM Said:
    Harri

    You don’t make a comment on ATW. You scatter a blizzard of comments at a time 🙂

    Colm

    My humble apologies.

    Do you want me to slow down a bit so you can take your thrashing in better?

    😏

  61. How many are ‘thousands’ Harri? 2,000 is ‘thousands’ isn’t it?

    The BBC are such liars.

    They said a million was at the ‘People’s Vote’ march. If you didn’t believe them then why believe them now?

    Make your mind up lad.

    About what?

  62. There seems to be some internal disconnect in the Colm’s brain

    Colm, on March 29th, 2019 at 10:33 AM Said:

    Allan

    Where is the disconnect ? Unless you can point to a comment of mine where I dispute or deny the referendum result.

    Colm – you wrote that Parliament should simply ignore the result. You may accept the result, but you don’t want it implemented, and any way shall suit whether it be simply ignoring it or the current theatricals to contrive a Remain-by-default. We all know the play and we all know the roles to be played so let’s drop the pretences

  63. There seems to be some internal disconnect in the Colm’s brain

    And you really don’t need to be a detective to have worked that one out.

    If being wrong was an Olympic sport.

    Colm would not only be a gold medallist, but a world record holder.

  64. Noel, on March 29th, 2019 at 5:28 PM Said:
    Harri thought the UK wanted to leave the stupid club?

    HAHAHAHAHA

    😂

    We did in 2016.

    You might have missed it.

    😏

  65. Who would yoy say is closest Harri? Colm’s ‘little more than a thousand’ or John Longworth’s ‘tens of thousands of pro Brexiteers joining the ‘massive’ rally’?

  66. Noel

    What was the result of the referendum to leave the stupid club on the 23rd June 2016?

  67. Paul

    For someone who apparently has “no interest in Brexit” unless it affects the Ireland of Ireland, you sure have enough to say about it.

    I smell bullshit.

    😏

  68. Tens of thousands of ‘betrayed’ Brexiteers protest outside Parliament with police on standby in case of violence as staff are told to leave early in case they are targeted
    Thousands of protestors arrive to cut off traffic in streets around Parliament chanting ‘we shall not be moved’
    March to Leave demonstrators completed a 14-day walk from Sunderland to London arriving in capital today
    Prominent Brexiteers including Nigel Farage and Tommy Robinson addressed Westminster crowds
    Cheers from tens of thousands were heard in Parliament Square as Mrs May’s deal was voted down
    PM’s deal was defeated by a majority of 58 with EU Commission now saying April 12 no-deal ‘most likely’
    March comes almost a week after a million protestors descended on London for a Put It To The People rally

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6863863/Dozens-Brexit-voters-celebrate-tonight-UK-not-quitting-EU.html

    Ten of thousands?

    Nah, not according to the ATW Europile intrepid reporters.

    😏

  69. You sure have enough to say about it.

    I told you I’ve revised my position. It’s your fault, you radicalised me online.

    I’ll go with Colm’s ‘little more than a thousand’ being closer to the number rather than Leave Means Leave’s ‘tens of thousands’ joining the ‘massive’ rally’ if it’s all the same thanks.

  70. Look lefties.

    If we just stayed in your Brussels new empire stupid club.

    Would it stop you whinging & whining?

    That would be a deal worth voting in favour for.

    God, you are so boring.

    😏

  71. 92 comments on this thread and thirty odd from one poster.

    Nope, not triggered at all 🙂

  72. Impressive..

    One million (cough, cough) anti Brexit protestor’s, not a peep.

    See what (cough, cough) a little more than a thousand pro Brexit supporters can achieve.

    Parliamentary staff have been emailed advising them to leave Parliament before the Brexit protests outside get busier. Tour groups have already been sent home and staff have been advised to leave the estate “as a matter of caution”, while MPs have been instructed to only leave through certain exits. Guido has redacted the details:

    “We are expecting protests outside the estate to get significantly busier over the next hour.

    As a matter of caution, we are advising staff to leave the estate. As ever, it is important for you to remove your pass as this can potentially make you a target.

    At this point, 3.30pm, all pedestrian exits are now open.

    Members to only leave the estate through ####### or #######. Vehicles are able to leave the estate by #######.”

    The protests have been entirely peaceful so far, there is no excuse for anyone to resort to violence or threatening behaviour…

    https://order-order.com/2019/03/29/staff-told-leave-parliament-matter-caution/

    Anti Brexit supporters are obviously pussies.

    Noel

    Who won the referendum to leave the Brussels new empire stupid club on the 23rd June 2016?

  73. Paul McMahon, on March 29th, 2019 at 6:09 PM Said:
    92 comments on this thread and thirty odd from one poster.

    Nope, not triggered at all 🙂

    Same old same old..

    Yawn.. Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

  74. Paul

    What like your last waste of time “guest post by Paul”

    11 comments, and half of them by…Paul.

    😁

    It made me laugh out loud anyway.

  75. I told you I’ve revised my position. It’s your fault, you radicalised me online.

    Excuse me French.

    You weak minded fuck.

  76. The last “guest post by Paul”

    I will assume it took you only slightly longer to come up with that load of tosh, than it took me to stop laughing.

    😁

  77. Thirteen comments. Almost a third of the comments you’ve mede here 🙂

    Nope, not triggered at all.

  78. Colm

    Pushing aside your fellow liberal useful idiot spokesman Paul McMahon.

    Have you any data, or at least a link, or links, to back your unicorn claim that “only a little over a thousand” Pro Brexit supporters protested in London today?

    Nope…thought not.

    In smell yet more liberal bullshit.

    Will it ever end.

    Once again, if it stops the new Brussels empire europhile drones from whinging & whining like bitches, for the sake of all our insanities, let’s just stay in the new Brussels empire stupid club.

    And suffer the inevitable consequences at a later date.

    😏

    Noel

    Who won the referendum on the 23rd June 2016?

    Leave or remain?

  79. Harri

    There was clearly around a thousand protesters in Parliament square, nowhere near tens of thousands. FACT.

  80. Colm.

    So (in keeping with good old lefty fashion) are you suggesting the BBC were lying?

  81. Colm, on March 29th, 2019 at 7:38 PM Said:
    Harri

    There was clearly around a thousand protesters in Parliament square, nowhere near tens of thousands. FACT.

    Colm

    Just to be clear, where do you extrapolate this information from?

  82. Colm, on March 29th, 2019 at 8:06 PM Said:
    The eyes in my head and the fact that I went along and saw the crowd this evening.

    But, but but when Allan says the”eyes in his head” you say..bollocks?

    So, you have an opinion, but no data?

    Correct Colm?

  83. Harri

    When has Allan used “ the eyes in his head” as an argument. In fact he uses the opposite. He claims to know truths which cannot be seen with the naked eye 😉

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