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EU project fear bollocks again!

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13 minutes ago, Panzerknacker said:

All ya can do at this stage is expend spit..all the cheeleaders of the brexit are putting as much clear blue water tween them n it as possible 

Panzbaby 

......'n laffin' at yiz, don't forget

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42 minutes ago, Jiggerycock said:

......'n laffin' at yiz, don't forget

That’s a given, Jiggers.

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27 minutes ago, Iam Ape said:

That’s a given, Jiggers.

If spudboy can go 48 hours without responding with his usual copy and paste paddy bollocks on the theme of "yer all fooked coz of brexit", I say we all chip in a few quid and get him a prize. Suggestion please for something all bogtrotters can't live without and I'll get it from the 99p store 

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56 minutes ago, Stubby Pecker said:

If spudboy can go 48 hours without responding with his usual copy and paste paddy bollocks on the theme of "yer all fooked coz of brexit", I say we all chip in a few quid and get him a prize. Suggestion please for something all bogtrotters can't live without and I'll get it from the 99p store 

Some battered Cod to go with those chips he's got on each shoulder.

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On ‎10‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 11:33 PM, Monumental cunt said:

I agree with all of the above, but may I add two more points that were considered by the masses in the simple In, Out vote well all took.

Firstly, the bail outs were a major concern. Some countries appeared to have been running their economy on buying yachts and ferraris but only selling olives and cheese, whilst taxing none of their population.   The Uk and the other two mugs footing the bill.

Secondly and possibly more important than immigration was the opportunity for a Vote against the establishment.   Decades of being told what EU direction we were taking without consultation, decades of dropping standards in politics, scandals, expenses claims, shit career politicians like that Labour cunt Wallace and gromit look alike and his shit brother who he stabbed in the back.   The Brexit vote was definately a Protest Vote.   The Americans did the same with trump and the French tried to with Le Penn but always bottle it as they have no back bone.    Personally I would sell our Brexit for buttons just for the look on that smug bitch Laura Kuntsbergs face that famous morning.  She was so smug thinking she knew it all and that Brexit had failed and Remain had won on the evening, only to have her tight arsed BBC ugly face slapped with a Cod caught in British protected waters by an English trawler that did not illegally use electric nets to kill everything in the water for 10 square miles like the fucking Dutch do.  They can fuck off n all.  Nazi sympathizers.   It was a massive two fingers and even May knows she cannot ignore the Majority who voted out.  And we are not doing best of three rock paper scissors. Out is out and those who want in, there’s the tunnel the next train is only 5 minutes wait.  Goodbye.

… Do you have to.

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15 minutes ago, 'eavensabove said:

… Do you have to.

He's right though eavens. The bailouts did expose the eurozone's weaknesses, and there definitely was an element of a protest vote (although I personally think MC is suggesting that had more effect on the overall vote than I do, my opinion is that it had minimal effect on the result.) 

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33 minutes ago, scotty said:

He's right though eavens. The bailouts did expose the eurozone's weaknesses, and there definitely was an element of a protest vote (although I personally think MC is suggesting that had more effect on the overall vote than I do, my opinion is that it had minimal effect on the result.) 

I was pulling his leg. (only his leg)

There are no winners or losers with this Brexit nonsense. Very few will be happy whatever transpires... in say 20 years from now. I wanted out, before we went in. It's been a load of bulux from day 1. 

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2 hours ago, 'eavensabove said:

… Do you have to.

Yes. It’s important 

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17 hours ago, Iam Ape said:

No, not FACT by any means, you simplistic cretin. The Brexit result wasn’t evenly distributed throughout the population - there were distinct regional trends.

Yes agree with that to a certain degree but even in the most pro remain areas the vote barely got beyond 55% and that was limited to the foreign country that is London, Northern Ireland and who gives a fuck about the Scottish.     So my point is in Every shop, street, pub, workplace in England the majority will be Brexit voters, surprisingly and crucially the ethnically diverse Midlands voted Out.  So any left wing wanker comedian who spouts out Brexit jokes beyond the safe confines of London tv studios, would be met largely with silence.  That unfunny cunt Russel Howard pulled a Brexit joke at the NEC a short while ago to somewhat stunted laughter and huge vacuums of silence in the audience.   My point also stands that even a considerable % of young voters went for Brexit.  It wasnt anywhere near a block vote remain at all from the under 35s.

However to summarize.  Out won.

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6 hours ago, Stubby Pecker said:

If spudboy can go 48 hours without responding with his usual copy and paste paddy bollocks on the theme of "yer all fooked coz of brexit", I say we all chip in a few quid and get him a prize. Suggestion please for something all bogtrotters can't live without and I'll get it from the 99p store 

Bleach 

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7 hours ago, Panzerknacker said:

Serious question MC baby..what do ya actually want from europe 

Panzbaby 

Nothing. OTOH, Europe as per usual still suffers from frozen outstretched arm syndrome, still wanting cash for nothing in return, so no change there.

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4 minutes ago, Mrs Roops said:

Nothing. OTOH, Europe as per usual still suffers from frozen outstretched arm syndrome, still wanting cash for nothing in return, so no change there.

Far as i know they only want what their entitled to and what youve signed up to

Panzbaby 

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On 10/11/2018 at 11:32 AM, Panzerknacker said:

...the gatsos that plague the roads of the U.K.

It took countless pages of utter shite Panz, but you've finally hit Britain's Achilles heel. Its abundance of road safety measures.

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Everybody has heard of Leo Cuntface, the Irish Teashop, EU cocksucker and real life bum bandit. But how many have heard of Michael D. Higgins? Who he? He’s the fucking decrepit , Coco the Clown look-a-like EU bumlicker who is President of the Irish Republic. Michael gets paid a quarter of a million euros, nearly twice as much as the Teashop p.a. for sucking the fascist EU cock.

I have looked up the list of Irish Presidents and I have only heard of two of them....,. de Valera, the well known Nazi sympathiser, and Mary Robinson, the well known EU lover and tax dodger who now lives in Switzerland. That’s not in the beloved EU of course but a well known place for corrupt politicians to store their ill gotten gains.

Despite being 77 years old the EU thief Higgins is standing for re-election on October 26th, the first incumbent President to do so since 1966. Obviously old Coco knows a cushy number when he sees one.

On the same day the Irish are being asked to vote in a referendum to repeal the laws of blasphemy in the Republic. You remember referendums don’t you? That’s where the rich people ask you to agree with them. You better make sure you do or they will label you as thick, racist, Nazi, Hitler in disguise and basically a cunt. 

The fact is the Irish scumbag traitorous politicians are no different to our own scumbag traitorous politicians. They are all bought and paid for by the bankers and global capitalists.

Pansyboy is no different from our own pathetic snowflakes, muggy cunts who have swallowed all the Establishment bullshit.

Fuck ‘em all to hell.

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I agree with ya Jewdy baby..the elected elite are robbers n charlatans..only difference now is that yers will soon be unfettered by the raft of EU laws that were hard won to protect the plebs 

Panzbaby 

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7 hours ago, judgetwi said:

Everybody has heard of Leo Cuntface, the Irish Teashop, EU cocksucker and real life bum bandit. But how many have heard of Michael D. Higgins? Who he? He’s the fucking decrepit , Coco the Clown look-a-like EU bumlicker who is President of the Irish Republic. Michael gets paid a quarter of a million euros, nearly twice as much as the Teashop p.a. for sucking the fascist EU cock.

I have looked up the list of Irish Presidents and I have only heard of two of them....,. de Valera, the well known Nazi sympathiser, and Mary Robinson, the well known EU lover and tax dodger who now lives in Switzerland. That’s not in the beloved EU of course but a well known place for corrupt politicians to store their ill gotten gains.

Despite being 77 years old the EU thief Higgins is standing for re-election on October 26th, the first incumbent President to do so since 1966. Obviously old Coco knows a cushy number when he sees one.

On the same day the Irish are being asked to vote in a referendum to repeal the laws of blasphemy in the Republic. You remember referendums don’t you? That’s where the rich people ask you to agree with them. You better make sure you do or they will label you as thick, racist, Nazi, Hitler in disguise and basically a cunt. 

The fact is the Irish scumbag traitorous politicians are no different to our own scumbag traitorous politicians. They are all bought and paid for by the bankers and global capitalists.

Pansyboy is no different from our own pathetic snowflakes, muggy cunts who have swallowed all the Establishment bullshit.

Fuck ‘em all to hell.

Michal D. Higgins also looks suspiciously like the Dungeon Master from the 80’s kids cartoon show Dungeons & Dragons. 

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16 minutes ago, Last Cunt Standing said:

Michal D. Higgins also looks suspiciously like the Dungeon Master from the 80’s kids cartoon show Dungeons & Dragons. 

Good morning peasant.

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1 hour ago, Panzerknacker said:

I agree with ya Jewdy baby..the elected elite are robbers n charlatans..only difference now is that yers will soon be unfettered by the raft of EU laws that were hard won to protect the plebs 

Panzbaby 

Ah! Today you're a socialist (I'm sorry, 'progressive') Remainer, concerned about the imagined untrammeled powers a British government might give themselves when repatriating powers from Brussels, as opposed to the very real and present unfettered powers your masters actually have.

Tomorrow you'll be a neo-liberal, for whom the EU is the world’s most powerful driving force behind globalisation and the final elimination of interference by national governments in the glorious and prosperous free-for-all that the world’s economy ought to be but, unfortunately, hasn’t yet become.

Of course we've established you're not the third (wholly disparate, completely mental) branch of the Remainer idiocy - a nationalist who believe the EU will condescendingly validate their claim to nationhood, like the SNP, although you're not averse to waving around the Semtex and Armalite if a customs official wants to check your boot for that stash of contraband Potcheen on your monthly run to the occupied territories.

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55 minutes ago, Jiggerycock said:

Ah! Today you're a socialist (I'm sorry, 'progressive') Remainer, concerned about the imagined untrammeled powers a British government might give themselves when repatriating powers from Brussels, as opposed to the very real and present unfettered powers your masters actually have.

Tomorrow you'll be a neo-liberal, for whom the EU is the world’s most powerful driving force behind globalisation and the final elimination of interference by national governments in the glorious and prosperous free-for-all that the world’s economy ought to be but, unfortunately, hasn’t yet become.

Of course we've established you're not the third (wholly disparate, completely mental) branch of the Remainer idiocy - a nationalist who believe the EU will condescendingly validate their claim to nationhood, like the SNP, although you're not averse to waving around the Semtex and Armalite if a customs official wants to check your boot for that stash of contraband Potcheen on your monthly run to the occupied territories.

Leave means leave.

Out means leave.

 

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36 minutes ago, Lord Punkape said:

Leave means leave.

Out means leave.

 

Punkers,  I have just shown a Cambodian waiter your avatar.  He pointed to it, laughed, and said ' Sirry Clunt'.  Are you offended?

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3 hours ago, Jiggerycock said:

Ah! Today you're a socialist (I'm sorry, 'progressive') Remainer, concerned about the imagined untrammeled powers a British government might give themselves when repatriating powers from Brussels, as opposed to the very real and present unfettered powers your masters actually have.

Tomorrow you'll be a neo-liberal, for whom the EU is the world’s most powerful driving force behind globalisation and the final elimination of interference by national governments in the glorious and prosperous free-for-all that the world’s economy ought to be but, unfortunately, hasn’t yet become.

Of course we've established you're not the third (wholly disparate, completely mental) branch of the Remainer idiocy - a nationalist who believe the EU will condescendingly validate their claim to nationhood, like the SNP, although you're not averse to waving around the Semtex and Armalite if a customs official wants to check your boot for that stash of contraband Potcheen on your monthly run to the occupied territories.

As time moves on i have come to the conclusion that the EU is better off without the U.K at the discussion table..we have people over here that would call for a leave vote..we call them arseholes and they've been very quiet in recent month's 

Panzbaby 

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36 minutes ago, Panzerknacker said:

As time moves on i have come to the conclusion that the EU is better off without the U.K at the discussion table..we have people over here that would call for a leave vote..we call them arseholes and they've been very quiet in recent month's 

Panzbaby 

Wrong again.

Don't mistake 'shouted down by Irish Media Groupthink' as being quiet.

See some of the dazzling recent articles by John Waters for example:

"The current sense, therefore, that the UK is about to walk off a cliff in the name of a principled independence is secretly relished to the full in her nearest former outpost. The piquancies of the Ancient Enemy toying with what ‘everyone’ ‘knows’ to be economic and political lunacy are far from lost on a people now smug in their new dependencies on Big Tech and the EU.

We enjoy being the good boys of Europe while the Brits languish in the dunce’s corner. But the much-canvassed idea of the Irish as a nation of ‘Europhiles’ is a long way off. The founders of the EU project (-Monnet, De Gasperi, Adenauer, Schuman)are by no means household names in Dublin or Doolin. We were always in ‘Europe’ for the money, and when it stopped flowing we shot down two EU treaties in the Noughties, in each case accepting our error and reversing the decision second time around. In 2010, when the Troika arrived to audit our books for the EU Commission, ECB and IMF, virtually everyone turned overnight into a Europhobe, observing from behind twitching curtains Ajai Chopra and his henchmen moving through the streets of Dublin, as though they were the ghosts of the Cromwellians.

Had an Irexit-promoting party contested the 2011 election it would have swept the board. Instead, we got Enda Kenny, the yes-man from Del Monte who liked to say ‘absolutely’. Now, having picked our own pockets for a decade, we’ve managed to convince ourselves that we pulled ourselves back on to the pig’s back by our bootstraps, with a €200 billion debt we hardly ever mention".

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