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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 3:07 pm 
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It seems that it would have been easier if Germany had simply won WW2!
I know Hitler was a bit of tyrant and his "negotiating team" were tough.. but I am sure that if UK had simply accepted The 3rd Reich's authority they could have "worked from within" towards some reform.


Do you see a BREXIT? Remoaners WON!! and they are still winning

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Whether Brexit happens on 31st or not... there will be.... TROUBLE

I have been watching and reading UK news.... and there is a real ingrained assumption in the (all) Progressive Media, and the left generally, that "no deal Brexit" is end of world stuff. Not just a mere opinion... a REAL ingrained belief and fear. Just as bad... if not worse... as the hysteria about "Climate Emergency". I am not just talking the ignorant mobs in the street, but also supposedly intelligent, expert spokesmen.... they simple could not conceive of Brexit happening. They all assume it will be STOPPED.. or at least a "deal" will largely keep UK in EU.. and there will anyway be an extension to change things over time.. maybe still limit it to little change.
I think that further than that there is still widespread belief that there will be a second referendum.. with Brexit failing. They really do think Brexit will be stopped even now.

I have to say myself.... I would not be surprised if there is a further delay...If there is a delay we will likely be doing all this again as the next deadline draws near? I think I will give up on UK if there is no9 Brexit 31st October? I see no hope unless there an uprising... and I don't think the British people (these days) are up to that? They are subdued, brainwashed pussies (Mostly)

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UK have actually classified "transphobic stickers" as a SERIOUS CRIME.. and assigned Serious crime Police Officers to investigate...

A ‘transphobic’ crime wave has hit Oxford
James Kirkup

Oxford is suffering a crime wave. Police are investigating numerous serious offences over more than six months. Thames Valley Police has issued this sweeping statement about unacceptable acts in the city:
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“Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a number of public offences in Oxford.
Officers are investigating a large number of offensive stickers that have been placed across Oxford city centre containing transphobic comments. It is believed they started appearing in March 2019 within the High Street, Catte Street and Parks Road area.
Investigating officer PC Rebecca Nightingale based at St Aldates police station said: “Behaviour like this is not acceptable and we take incidents of this nature very seriously.
“I am appealing for anyone who may of witnesses these stickers being placed around the city or anyone who has information that may assist our investigation to call the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 43190163238 or report online.
“Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

Sounds serious, eh? Makes you wonder what sort of hateful, poisonous messages were on those stickers. It must be something pretty horrible, to prompt a police force to make an appeal like this, right? Maybe those stickers were inciting violence? Or perhaps they were encouraging people to otherwise break the law?

Oddly, Thames Valley Police didn’t explain in that dramatic statement exactly what sort of vile and hateful messages are on those “offensive” stickers. Even more oddly, when I asked the force what those stickers say, a press officer told me “the content and appearance of the stickers is not suitable for sharing.”

Fortunately, the Oxford Mail did a bit of reporting and appear to have established the horrifying truth.
The “offensive” and “transphobic” messages on those stickers, those terrible, hateful stickers now under active police investigation apparently include these:
“Woman: noun. Adult human female” :lol
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“Women don’t have penises” :lol

...more at link
https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/10/a ... it-oxford/

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Boris Johnson faces ‘midnight deadline’ to present Brexit proposal

Talking proposal to the EU gang.... NO REPORT so far.....
Midnight UK was 5 hours ago (6 hours ago if we are talking Brussels) :roll


I hear.......... "The EU imposed deadline has been missed"
But talks went on last night.. and now... so there could be a deal this morning... copy to UK Parliament... copy to EU leaders.


This is all NUTS.... WE DO NOT WANT A DEAL!!!!

Like to see Boris trigger "clean break Brexit".....

there will be legal fiasco with "The Benn Dover Surrender Act", but even if The courts block Brexit... so be it... lets have at it with an election.

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Group of Traitor UK MPs head for secret talks with EU in Brussels

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These traitor MPs are in the same category as Shamima Begum. DO NOT allow them to return to UK... they should be stuck in a refugee camp.

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Senior government figures have said there will be “no deal” on Wednesday night.

But talks continue.

Bor will be in Brussels to push negotiations in person :doh

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Thursday Morning... not settled yet....

7:00 AM: DUP say they can not support deal (treaty) as it stands now.

Negotiations still ongoing....

Guardian live updates..
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/li ... itics-live


Commentators saying that's it.... no deal must get Brexit extension.. (and they are very happy about that)

Boris Johnson is on his way to Brussels this morning.
I HOPE... Boris sticks to his guns and goes for Clean Break.

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GREAT TO SEE...

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Worth looking at this footage closely.

The Extinction Rebellion protester tries to kick the commuter dragging him off the train in the head.

Commuters then surround the man to protect him from retribution.

And Extinction Rebellion is on the right side of the argument?


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And.... The Corbyn Version.....

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Thursday evening....We have a deal

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The bad news is: EU happy with deal....... The bad news is: but DUP dead set against it :)

Juncker said: 'There will be no prolongation'

Guardian Live Updates...
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/li ... itics-live


BREAKING: Government will move one motion in the Commons on Saturday - for a deal. MPs sit from 0930am. Amendments can be tabled from tonight. There's no cut-off time, so things could run late.


Nigel Farage NOT impressed... says it is 95% same as May Treaty.. it is NOT BREXIT!!

NO fishing rights.... still bound by all EU laws and rules (if UK want to even negotiate free trade)


This is CRAP!!!!

UK's ONLY hope now is parliament reject this crap.... at least Junker says "no extension"... if he sticks to that??
Mind you EU WOULD grant an extension for time to do SECOND REFERENDUM.

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The way I see it.....

The vote could go either way in UK Parliament... especially since a SECOND REFERENDUM amendment will certainly come up.

THAT AMENDMENT passing would be a complete abandonment of DEMOCRACY (IMO). Why would anybody bother voting/take election results seriously, if the 2016 Referendum is ignored/re-done.

If this treaty fails... GREAT... provided Brexit still happens (no deal)

If this treaty passes.. and Brexit happens with no delay... at least it is DONE in one sense, but it will likely be followed by a General election... and a Corbyn win. There would be no point in voting Brexit Party.. if Brexit is done (albeit badly)... not much point in DimLibs either.....there will be little, if any enthusiasm for Boris and the Tories. I would not be surprised to see a Labour Landslide.

I STILL see the only hope is for this treaty to FAIL!! and Boris to leave with no deal.


Can we get Canning town commuters to attend Parliament on Saturday... and drag the Traitors out!

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MPs win bid to vote on second Brexit referendum in Saturday parliament showdown
The Commons is due to sit on a Saturday for the first time in decades
Lizzy Buchan, Political Correspondent

MPs have won a key parliamentary vote paving the way for a Commons bid to secure a second referendum on Saturday.

Ex-Tory backbencher Sir Oliver Letwin led a successful attempt to allow backbench MPs to amend Boris Johnson's Brexit plans, in a knife-edge vote that passed by 287 votes to 275.

MPs also approved a rare Saturday sitting to scrutinise Mr Johnson's new plan - but the government's proposal for a short debate on a motion to either "approve the deal or approve a no-deal Brexit" were derailed by the backbench victory.

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ETA
Seems the "Second Referendum" amendment is toast?

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Unless remoaners are really upset...

The "deal" is no good :roll


I want to see triggered remoaners

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The numbers... according to Daily Mail...

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List of MPs elected in the 2017 United Kingdom general election
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Guardian LIVE UPDATES...

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/li ... itics-live

PM now has a notional majority of two for his plan according to the Financial Times’ tally.

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"What do you get when you cross a remoaner Parliament, with MPs who abandon their voters, and treats them like trash? You get what you fuckkin' deserve!"

I used to think Brexit was a Tragedy.... but it really is a comedy


And..... a LOT of discussion has been around NOT upsetting the Irish, else a return to violence... but the Irish could well flare up regardless... I have heard many Irish callers who clearly still adhere to "the cause" It still simmers close to the surface. Any deal or no deal or no Brexit at all.. could well be blamed.. but it's already there.

39 billion penalty is a negative... and any extension (sure to happen) to the "transition period" will incur further penalty (1 billion/month) and..... still tied into "European Investment bank".... liabilities of 30 - 40 billion (some say much more likely). This is NUTS. I think staying in EU would be better... have an election with CLEAN BREAK as the issue.

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Analysis of the Treaty - Bruges Group....

The Revised Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration: a briefing note
Robert Oulds
Thursday, 17 October 2019


The Revised Political Declaration

Introduction
So far as we are aware the only material changes in the Withdrawal Agreement (Treaty) are to the NI Protocol, which means that the critical ECJ oversight and Art 184 link to the Political Declaration remain. I am told by UKREP that there are two changes to other Articles in the Treaty but they were unable to tell us which ones.

Executive Summary
The Treaty permanently restricts our military independence, demands payment of an unspecified sum, prevents independent arbitration, grants EU officials immunity from UK laws, leaves us with EIB contingent liabilities running into tens if not hundreds of billions and will impose punitive laws on the UK during a transition which is likely to be extended until mid 2022 (just a few months before the next General Election).

The Political Declaration is such that a future FTA with the EU is made unpalatable because it will restrict our foreign policy and military independence as well as policies in trade, tax, fishing, environment, social and employment, competition and state aid. Free movement is replaced with vague notions of "mobility" and "non discrimination".

Specific Provisions in which the Withdrawal Treaty:-


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