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 on: Yesterday at 11:35 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Elly
I'm so pissed off at what Cameron has dumped on us I can hardly think straight.  The supreme irony is that the idiots who voted for this are the very ones that are going to be shafted the hardest.  Not one of their hopes on immigration jobs or control will be delivered. But Boris Gove and their cronies will manage to salvage something on their own dungheap.
I don't blame Cameron.  Only so much you can do when you're surrounded by backstabbing twats.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:33 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Elly
Let's see if we have started something incredibly huge - a domino effect that leads to the end of the EU as we know it. At least then we will not quite as disadvantaged as we are currently going forward. Or of course the EU might grow and become more powerful and beneficial to its members leaving us in the dark.

Considering we are where we are now, I know which outcome I'm hoping for however unlikely.
Love your optimism.  I think you'll find the EU will grow.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:31 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Fiverings
I'm so pissed off at what Cameron has dumped on us I can hardly think straight.  The supreme irony is that the idiots who voted for this are the very ones that are going to be shafted the hardest.  Not one of their hopes on immigration jobs or control will be delivered. But Boris Gove and their cronies will manage to salvage something on their own dungheap.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:31 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Mark
They might not need us persay but they definitely wanted us to stay in and us leaving is gonna certainly sting, especially if it causes a couple of other members to leave as well. Brussels clearly didnt want this to happen they have made that much blatently clear which is why it has bitten them in the ass.
Let's see if we have started something incredibly huge - a domino effect that leads to the end of the EU as we know it. At least then we will not be isolated in our struggles and quite so disadvantaged globally going forward. Or of course the EU might reform and grow becoming more powerful and beneficial to its members without us.

Considering we are where we are now, I know which outcome I'm hoping for however unlikely.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:29 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Elly
If our esteemed leaders could have said.  Right - now we can do X, Y, Z and it's really going to benefit all of us and mankind, I'd have been there with ears and heart open.  The fact all that twat Farage could say, is that this is a vote for the good and decent people?  Figures I'm not good and decent in his book.  Just utter bull****.  We've been sucked in to yet another 10 to 20 years of chaos, with nobody having a clue where we go from here.  Might as well flush the past years down the pan.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:19 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by Elly
They might not need us persay but they definitely wanted us to stay in and us leaving is gonna certainly sting, especially if it causes a couple of other members to leave as well. Brussels clearly didnt want this to happen they have made that much blatently clear which is why it has bitten them in the ass.
Of course they didn't want us to leave, but we will miss them far more than they will miss us.  We don't have any allies now - we will be shunned by all.   No other members will leave.  Nobody else in Europe is that stupid.  Especially when they see just what the repercussions are of biting the hand that feeds you.  This was supposed to be a coming together of nations for the greater good, and someone had to lead it.  Once again, it was not perfect, it was a work in progress, and we had negotiated better terms than others.    As someone else on here has already said - we have just committed national sabotage and economic suicide, and all in the name of what?  So we can look at fat Boris and that idiot Farage's faces day in day out.  Way to go, UK. 

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 on: Yesterday at 11:08 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Aileen
Yeah I agree. It does appear that immigration was at the top of the list though, and as mentioned by laundary, Remain's biggest blunder was not focusing on that.
I'm not denying that immigration was at the top of the list, and I agree that Remain could and should have done a lot more to address the issue rather than let people like Farage run riot all over the place, particularly given his extremist views on the subject, which I'm sure had some of the Leave supporters heading off towards the Remain camp, and in all probability did the same with many undecided voters.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:07 PM 
Started by amongsttheleaves - Last post by BigNose
  As for Gasquet - can you imagine what he and his fans are thinking?  He goes and gets a higher seeding only to be drawn to meet his nemesis. 

Joker is Andy's nemesis. However Gasket is not really good enough to have a single nemesis. He in fact has "nemeses" ie. he can get gubbed by a whole collection of players. Gasket is one of these guys that flatters to deceive. Sure he can play nice shots and play entertaining tennis but he's never going to beat the top guys.  He does not have  the stamina, the weight of shot or the serve, to name a few.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:05 PM 
Started by Caz - Last post by laundry
Ok - so I didn't misunderstand you at all.  As I said before, it won't come to bite Brussels in the ass.   That's hilarious and an utterly arrogant perspective to take.  They really don't need us, and once the dust settles, that will become apparent.  Perhaps people here should have had the intelligence to appreciate that no system is perfect,  but there was a far bigger picture and more at stake  than the UK spitting the dummy out of the pram because we think we know best.  As I said before - this little Island is just that - and we will soon become the arse end of nowhere in terms of the rest o the EU's perspective.  That's what you get when you think you're something special, when in fact you're too up your own hoop to accept that compromise, humility, compassion and a willingness to work together are the ingredients for a successful relationship.
They might not need us persay but they definitely wanted us to stay in and us leaving is gonna certainly sting, especially if it causes a couple of other members to leave as well. Brussels clearly didnt want this to happen they have made that much blatently clear which is why it has bitten them in the ass.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:39 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Mark
Any Leave voter with an ounce of responsibility would never have voted that way purely on the issue of immigration anyway because there were other important issues involved as well.  I've spoken to a few Leavers, some young, some not so young, in different walks of life, who also share that view.
Yeah I agree. It does appear that immigration was at the top of the list though, and as mentioned by laundary, Remain's biggest blunder was not focusing on that.

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