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 Post subject: Re: EU and Brexit
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 1:52 am 
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It's giving Hitler the Sudetenland. The guy is not going away. ;)

It's more like giving Crimea to Russia. ;)

How much Chamberlainian can Trump be. Oh wait, he will get his orders from Kremlin.

So it goes.


Finland borders Russia, yet you expect the United States to protect you and your neighbors. Not to mention you constantly bad-mouth U.S. culture, and you nonetheless expect the U.S. to act as the primary deterrent and antagonist to Russia. Truly pathetic.

If any entity "gave" Crimea to Russia it was the pipsqueak, scumbags in charge of your pathetic backwoods Marxist shithole "nation."

You wanna talk about Russia? Tell us how much pressure your shitty little nation has put on Russia, or ANY villainous international entity. You are a sad, silly old man . . .

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 Post subject: Re: EU and Brexit
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:39 am 
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Nero, in case your memory is foggy in your old age, Trump was not president when Russia took the Crimea.

What exactly is it that Trump has given Russia?

Did the Kremlin order Trump to do this?:

Trump Imposes New Sanctions on Russia Over Ukraine Incursion



I think he was drinking. The discussion was about Brexit and Tony Blair. Somehow he inserted Trump. Try again after he sleeps it off.

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 Post subject: Re: EU and Brexit
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You are funnily optimistic considering the reality. :lol:

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I thought that might have been Tolkien. Had to look it up because I could never finish one of those things. Funny adaptation.

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You are funnily optimistic considering the reality. :lol:


And what reality is that? The necessity of being a satrapy? Tell it to the Greeks.

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You are funnily optimistic considering the reality. :lol:


And what reality is that? The necessity of being a satrapy? Tell it to the Greeks.

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And how the brexit solves any of your problems. Actually going to WTO rules you lose, bigly. But then you don't mind losing the city Bankster who will find a new howm in Frankfurt.

May has no policies, Davies is clueless. :roll:

Total confusion, no policy, no agreement what do do.

What doas brexit mean?

Tell me. What is happening.

Divided Britain meeting united Europe.

So it goes.

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 Post subject: Re: EU and Brexit
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May has no policies, Davies is clueless. :roll:

Total confusion, no policy, no agreement what do do.

What doas brexit mean?

Tell me. What is happening.

Divided Britain meeting united Europe.

So it goes.


What are you on about? The policy is to leave. Pretty straightforward. Any deals made are a pleasant cherry on top.

The problem is that the establishment don't want to do it - must be about 95% of the BBC staff are hard core Remainers. So you get a very slanted view of what's going on.

2/3rds of the actual electorate think we should leave now, plenty of Remain voters respect the result. There's no appetite for another rerun of the referendum whatsoever. The UK isn't a bunch of pussies like Ireland, ( vote again until you get it right ), or Holland, (Sit down, shut up... 'ok then').

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