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Messages - Migv6

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It sounds very plausible and I hope that its true. If all those lefties overturn the vote and force us to stay in, only to see their national religion abolished by the EU, would be a delicious irony.  :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Forum emoji's
« on: Today at 13:29:31 »
 :) :y :D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Big vote tomorrow.
« on: Today at 09:53:48 »
The timing was very convenient.  ::)
Could Varadkar have sent out a request ?  :D......Not as far fetched as you might think.
In the late 60,s  there was civil unrest in Norn Irn and it became known that the IRA were talking about reforming after a long break. The leader of the republic at the time (Jack Lynch) got a message to them that if they started things off, he would then use it as "an excuse" to send the Irish army into the North, invade it overnight and snatch it back from the Brits before they knew what hit them.
Greatly spurred on by this they started their campaign, only to find that when it came to it, he lost his bottle. The rest, as they say, is history.

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I beg to differ. It is a good measure of whether or not someone is a real Socialist or a wannabe version, to enquire if they believe in EU membership.
Tony Benn, Michael Foot, Peter Shore, Barbara Castle, Dennis Skinner. Jeremy Corbyn until he became leader, Neil Kinnock, until they offered him a post Westminster lucrative career, and almost unbelievably, Tony Blair until he got addicted to power for its own sake - were all very much against it.

Just one example of many on how Benn felt about the EU.


https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=tony+benn+on+the+eu&view=detail&mid=CBD0CFC998E4C6F6D2D7CBD0CFC998E4C6F6D2D7&FORM=VIRE

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Nothing yet, but Im hoping to muster the energy to try and find out why switching on the indicators on the 190 instantly blows the fuse, then give the Omega a much needed wash.  :)

It resents after market extras being fitted. :y

Far cough.  :P ;D

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Nothing yet, but Im hoping to muster the energy to try and find out why switching on the indicators on the 190 instantly blows the fuse, then give the Omega a much needed wash.  :)
Grounding issue at rear lights :-\

You might be due a cigar. One of the rear bulbs was bit crusty / white powdery. Cleaned it up and all seems well.  :-\
Also washed the Omega, stood back and admired it and thought to myself "that's a bloody nice car".  8) :)

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Nothing yet, but Im hoping to muster the energy to try and find out why switching on the indicators on the 190 instantly blows the fuse, then give the Omega a much needed wash.  :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Thought I was in the UK
« on: Yesterday at 12:56:49 »
Ive never been and haven't the slightest inclination to go. It has been a breeding ground for posh wealthy, Britain hating Marxists since the 50,s.  :)
If I want that sort of thing, Cambridge is a lot closer. ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Silly old duffer
« on: Yesterday at 12:53:46 »
The fact that he apparently hasn't apologised and he and Lizzie have both been seen driving without seatbelts - him the next day I believe, really doesn't do much for their public image.
Makes them appear aloof, uncaring, elitist, as in "the rules don't apply to us" type of attitude.
We must bear in mind though, that much of this is based on press reports, so its a matter of reading between the lines of shite to work out the truth.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sick sick world
« on: 17 January 2019, 18:30:27 »
And Owen Jones, and.....anyone else who writes shite for the Grauniad.  :y ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Big vote tomorrow.
« on: 17 January 2019, 00:33:50 »
LC0112G - We are talking at cross purposes. You are speaking in the strictly legal / Constitutional sense only. I am talking from the perspective of the promises they made to people, and the honesty and honour with which they claim to operate under.
So it may not have been legally binding, but it was most certainly binding in the more important sense that we were promised by our elected Govt. that they would implement the result.    At the recent election, both main parties stood on manifestos of not only leaving the EU, but the customs union and single market, so 80% (give or take) of the votes were cast on that basis.
To have a second referendum is to cancel the first one, which was the largest vote in the History of the country.
For me, that, to all intents and purposes kills what Democracy we have left.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sick sick world
« on: 16 January 2019, 22:53:03 »
This kind of thing reaffirms my belief in the death penalty.
If that was my lad he'd raped, the death penalty would follow shortly after his holiday.
You and me both mate.  :y..........wouldnt give a monkeys how long the injustice system locked me up for.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sick sick world
« on: 16 January 2019, 21:47:30 »
This kind of thing reaffirms my belief in the death penalty.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Big vote tomorrow.
« on: 16 January 2019, 19:49:26 »
I  believe you have got this fundamentally wrong Nick. Parliament  gave the people the power to take the decision whther to leave or remain. The people decided to leave. No if, buts or conditions.
Parliament then voted on and enacted legislation to invoke article 50, and leave on 29th March this year. No ifs, no buts, no conditions.
Most of them did this because their constituents voted for it, not because they believed in it.
Ken Clark was the only Tory to vote against the withdrawal act, so he is the only one who has any kind of right to take the stance he has taken.
But the point is, when they gave the decision to the people, and enacted legislation on the result of that, they effectively suspended the representative element of Parliament in this matter.
The situation is (and was always understood by most people imo) that the Govt gets some kind of deal. If that deal isn't acceptable, then we leave regardless.
Once the dust had settled, those who don't actually believe in the right of the people to take the decision, or even the legislation they voted to enact, started making mischief, muddying the water, frustrating the process, hoping to cause so much confusion theat the whole thing will die a death.
It might happen, but if it does, whats left of our democracy dies with it.
That is why I believe that if they make us vote again, everyone who believes in democracy, whether a leaver or remainer in the first vote, must vote for leave, to keep our democracy alive.
Im gladdened to know that several diehard remainers of my acquaintance completely agree with me.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Big vote tomorrow.
« on: 16 January 2019, 14:01:21 »
The crass ridicule meted out by micron and barnier on sky TV this morning was astounding.
" We know what the UK doesn't want ,but not what it does want..."

Well here's a clue , everything you said Nein or Non to.

Yes they're not looking so smug this morning are they?  ::)

And I bet your mates down the local aint so cock a hoop either!  ;D

I just watched that odious squeek varadkar on sky threatening that peace was in the balance again if a hard Brexit occurs .
I said before that when the irish realise that they are all but insignificant in this process and start to hurt due to the loss of their 37% of total exports to UK , it'll reinstate my belief in Karma.

I have a neighbour that I grant wayleave to to allow him to drive over my land to his . I cannot deny or withdraw that access but I can make it very uncomfortable for a long period of time if I chose to , and when the previous incumbent  tried to grab 3 x 150m of my land some time ago he enjoyed 5 years of misery due to continual drainage work ,tree felling,planting,maintenance , hedge trimming and unfortunate vehicle breakdowns on the driveway .
I'd never upset people whose land I have to cross to go about my daily business .......


I cannot begin to describe how angry that makes me. It is beyond sick. I lived through it and saw it up close and personal. For a politician to use it in the way he does makes my skin crawl.
Whatever happens at the end of this, I will actively boycott ROI goods and intend to never go near the place again.
Makes far call difference to anyone but me, but It will make me feel a little better.
STEMO is right. Build a wall. ROI is a hostile country, always has been, always will be.

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