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Re: So this EU thing

Post by FFS » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:06 am

From Twitter:

Woozle
‏ @the_woozle

Whomsoever changed the dust jackets on Cameron’s book in Foyles Bookstore is an absolute genius.

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Like the new dust jacket!

Re: So this EU thing

Post by Bronshtein » Sat Oct 19, 2019 8:52 pm

:lol:
Nice one Charles - love the Duchy Originals in Waitrose - a major contribution to the economic well being of the oiks.

(Don't mention your paedophile mates - bloody Bishops - stop bashing 'em and it will all be okay - oh and the footmen).

Why 'Tory' by the way? Half or more of the Parliamentary Party want to Remain - oh it's the 'keep the monarchy' thing is it?

Well you lot want to reinstate the Stuarts don't you?

Thought that was the whole point of the Tory Party.

Re: So this EU thing

Post by Tory » Sat Oct 19, 2019 8:36 pm

Fuck me you lot really form a little lefty republican echo chamber here don't you. I like coming and reading your ongoing angst with Bill but reading the drivel here just shows you to be beyond the pale. I'd place a bet that if you and your cuntish offspring happened to have woken up in the monarchy's shoes this morning then you'd be appalled at having to do the duty of said same. Probably mean actually contributing something to society for the first time in your worthless lives.

Re: So this EU thing

Post by Bronshtein » Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:40 pm

Chamberlain was a paragon of moral probity, wisdom and diplomacy compared with de Pfeffel.

Re: So this EU thing

Post by FFS » Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:38 pm

Prime Minister Johnson returns in triumph with a good deal.

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Re: So this EU thing

Post by FFS » Thu Oct 17, 2019 7:50 pm

Hmm? Don't think it will be plain sailing.
Remember the old saying,"Never Trust a Tory", goes double for Johnson.

Rumblings of doubt already being raised:
"I strongly suspect the proposed Brexit deal is illegal in UK law"
https://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2019/10/17/i-strongly-suspect-the-proposed-brexit-deal-is-illegal-in-uk-law/

Re: So this EU thing

Post by heaps of bodies » Thu Oct 17, 2019 3:03 pm

Australian Dawn wrote:So the deal is done. Congratulations!


I hope you are taking the piss.

we had a deal in 2016 and other in 2018 - getting a deal is not the problem.

It's getting the ferals on the Conservative Backbenches, the Irish Party who censored The Giant's Causeway because the notice suggested the world was not created 4,000 years ago by a man in the sky, and the people in other parties who think Europe is scary to vote for it. That's where Theresa fell down over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over.

It's not over. and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over.

Pat

Re: So this EU thing

Post by Australian Dawn » Thu Oct 17, 2019 1:11 pm

So the deal is done. Congratulations!

Re: So this EU thing

Post by Derek H » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:05 pm

heaps of bodies wrote:
The Whole of the British General Public, apparently wrote:Couldn't give a flying fuck.
The monarchy have long since been an anachronism and should be abolished after the current queen calls it a day.


The whole of the British General public tend to feel that an unelected little old lady who lives in a Palace is a rather better Head of State than the sort of cunts that would win a presidential election.


A majority of the British public probably agree with the second statement but significant numbers agree with the first.

But the size of the majority in favour of the Royal Family is sufficient to ensure that no mainstream political party will adopt republicanism as a policy. This might well change when the current occupant of the throne shuffles of this mortal coil.

Re: So this EU thing

Post by heaps of bodies » Wed Oct 16, 2019 3:11 pm

Guest wrote:
heaps of bodies wrote:The whole of the British General public tend to feel...


The general public voted for Brexit, voted for Trump, watch prime time Saturday night TV, buy Ed Sheeran CDs, voted for the Nazis.
The general public have long since shown their worth on matters.


Yes, my point exactly. It’s hardly a demanding role, perhaps best we entrust it to a half-mad elderly german lady rather than to whoever the Great British Public would select.

I DO object to the idea that her offspring and their spouses are entitled to some form of respect – but that’s hardly a phenomenon limited to anachronistic England – just ask George W Bush, Hilary Clinton or Justin Trudeau.

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