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24 minutes ago, White Cunt said:

Have you read in the Guardian about the potential losses for UK versus EU’s total GDP?; 2.25 versus 0.5%. Someone should point the man in the direction of data on British exports to the EU, which were going down, costs of membership, which were going up, VAT evasion and also how to work out those potential GDP losses per each side. Ordinary calculator should suffice.

 https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/feb/11/brexit-to-cost-four-times-worse-for-uk-than-eu-brussels-forecasts

UK GDP 2.6 trillion dollars 

EU economy 18.2 trillion dollars 

The remoaners will jump on anything that gives the appearance of Brexit going tits up. What the likes of the Guardian doesn't report is many European companies are opening businesses here rather than export from the EU because the UK is such a lucrative market. Aldi has said that it's going to increase its buying from British suppliers by £3.5 billion per year which is a path that most supermarkets have indicated they intend to follow. The likely to be hit hardest by this will be French and Irish farmers who will no doubt get a bailout from Brussels but long term this is going to hammer their agriculture sectors at a time that the viability of the Common Agricultural Policy is being questioned due to the fact that farming makes up 6% of EU GDP but consumes 40% of its budget. With the likes of Australia and NZ demanding free market access in trade talks with the EU as well, it would appear that their great farming scam is coming to an end.

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5 hours ago, Decimus said:

If he wasn't so utterly fucking ridiculous, I'd hate him with a passion.

I don’t think these two things are mutually exclusive, are they?

Apparently they jokingly refer to Rees-Mogg as “the Hon. Member for the eighteenth century”. I only hope they mean France, because Robespierre would have sorted the oily toff wanker right out. They’d have made nanny hold the basket, too. 

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3 hours ago, Trucking Funt said:

The remoaners will jump on anything that gives the appearance of Brexit going tits up. What the likes of the Guardian doesn't report is many European companies are opening businesses here rather than export from the EU because the UK is such a lucrative market. Aldi has said that it's going to increase its buying from British suppliers by £3.5 billion per year which is a path that most supermarkets have indicated they intend to follow. The likely to be hit hardest by this will be French and Irish farmers who will no doubt get a bailout from Brussels but long term this is going to hammer their agriculture sectors at a time that the viability of the Common Agricultural Policy is being questioned due to the fact that farming makes up 6% of EU GDP but consumes 40% of its budget. With the likes of Australia and NZ demanding free market access in trade talks with the EU as well, it would appear that their great farming scam is coming to an end.

So in your analysis, is the UK now better off than last year, worse off than last year, or about the same? Most of your answer seems to be taken up rubbing your hands with glee at the imagined pain of farmers in France or Ireland. Given we no longer have any connection with these people I don’t know why you care, other than that fermenting rage against foreigners was the project’s raison d’être. All I would ask is that is you point to two or three tangible, undisputed benefits for your average man in the UK street. A mountain of political blood and treasure has been spent to get us where we are now, so what was it all for?

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3 minutes ago, Last Cunt Standing said:

So in your analysis, is the UK now better off than last year, worse off than last year, or about the same? Most of your answer seems to be taken up rubbing your hands with glee at the imagined pain of farmers in France or Ireland. Given we no longer have any connection with these people I don’t know why you care, other than that fermenting rage against foreigners was the project’s raison d’être. All I would ask is that is you point to two or three tangible, undisputed benefits for your average man in the UK street. A mountain of political blood and treasure has been spent to get us where we are now, so what was it all for?

It's impossible to make an economic assessment of Brexit so far because the chinky flu has put half of the economy into the freezer and the other half is running with both hands tied behind its back. I don't buy the hard luck stories in the left wing media about businesses saying they're struggling because of the new export rules because they all knew it was coming and as many of them are food exporters they would have already been fluent in EU food regulations. What they're not saying is that most of their losses have been caused by public eating establishments being closed across Europe. They are merely trying blag more money from the government to cover losses caused by the pandemic.

After the bloody mindedness shown by the frogs and Paddies toward the UK over the last several months, I'll allow myself a little chuckle at their impending discomfort if its all the same. The rank hypocrisy of the Irish by having hordes of Garda patrolling the border in search of people to fine after throwing a 3 month tantrum over the Internal Markets Bill is utterly nauseating and deeply provocative toward Unionists. I certainly won't be shedding any tears if their agri-food sector implodes. Fuck the lot of them. As for the French, they have turned taking the piss into an art form. After spending most of last year giving naval escorts to illegal migrant scum crossing the channel because they don't want them in France, they then have the fucking cheek to demand British taxpayers money to bail out Eurostar which the British states no longer has any investment in. Added to this is the petty minded awkwardness of their custom's officials who are taking great delight in such antics as blocking the transit of shipments because an i hasn't been dotted on paperwork. I dare say when their farmers do start feeling the pinch, their police will stand back and do fuck all while they beat up British lorry drivers then torch their loads like they used to in the good old days when Johnny Major regularly sent "strongly worded" letters of protest to that smug prick Mitterrand. Bankruptcy couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of people. 

With us now outside the Brussels protection racket, we can now strike trade deals that are tailored entirely for British needs rather than those of the EU as a whole. This will eventually lead to cheaper food and more meaningful relationships with our trading partners. The flexibility provided by Brexit also gives us the opportunity to expand into markets where the EU can't gain traction such as India which is projected to overtake the US in terms of GDP within the next 25 years. The benefits of a deal will undoubtedly lead to increased Indian investment in the UK that will create thousands of jobs and boost the economy. The icing on the Brexit cake for me however is that we now have the leeway to repair our insane immigration system which has turned us into a magnet for criminal detritus from the third world.

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2 minutes ago, Trucking Funt said:

It's impossible to make an economic assessment of Brexit so far because the chinky flu has put half of the economy into the freezer and the other half is running with both hands tied behind its back. I don't buy the hard luck stories in the left wing media about businesses saying they're struggling because of the new export rules because they all knew it was coming and as many of them are food exporters they would have already been fluent in EU food regulations. What they're not saying is that most of their losses have been caused by public eating establishments being closed across Europe. They are merely trying blag more money from the government to cover losses caused by the pandemic.

After the bloody mindedness shown by the frogs and Paddies toward the UK over the last several months, I'll allow myself a little chuckle at their impending discomfort if its all the same. The rank hypocrisy of the Irish by having hordes of Garda patrolling the border in search of people to fine after throwing a 3 month tantrum over the Internal Markets Bill is utterly nauseating and deeply provocative toward Unionists. I certainly won't be shedding any tears if their agri-food sector implodes. Fuck the lot of them. As for the French, they have turned taking the piss into an art form. After spending most of last year giving naval escorts to illegal migrant scum crossing the channel because they don't want them in France, they then have the fucking cheek to demand British taxpayers money to bail out Eurostar which the British states no longer has any investment in. Added to this is the petty minded awkwardness of their custom's officials who are taking great delight in such antics as blocking the transit of shipments because an i hasn't been dotted on paperwork. I dare say when their farmers do start feeling the pinch, their police will stand back and do fuck all while they beat up British lorry drivers then torch their loads like they used to in the good old days when Johnny Major regularly sent "strongly worded" letters of protest to that smug prick Mitterrand. Bankruptcy couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of people. 

With us now outside the Brussels protection racket, we can now strike trade deals that are tailored entirely for British needs rather than those of the EU as a whole. This will eventually lead to cheaper food and more meaningful relationships with our trading partners. The flexibility provided by Brexit also gives us the opportunity to expand into markets where the EU can't gain traction such as India which is projected to overtake the US in terms of GDP within the next 25 years. The benefits of a deal will undoubtedly lead to increased Indian investment in the UK that will create thousands of jobs and boost the economy. The icing on the Brexit cake for me however is that we now have the leeway to repair our insane immigration system which has turned us into a magnet for criminal detritus from the third world.

Brrrrm brrrmmm splutter pop crackle plop.... there goes the secondhand rubber dinghy on Channel patrol. The Heinrich Himmler of Brexit Good News... 

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10 hours ago, ChildeHarold said:

Brrrrm brrrmmm splutter pop crackle plop.... there goes the secondhand rubber dinghy on Channel patrol. The Heinrich Himmler of Brexit Good News... 

I've noticed that your comments have astounded the corner recently by being even more shit than your usual keyboard ejaculations. Fuck off and kill yourself.

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40 minutes ago, Trucking Funt said:

I've noticed that your comments have astounded the corner recently by being even more shit than your usual keyboard ejaculations. Fuck off and kill yourself.

Now that's more coherent and sensible than the load of utter tripe about Brexit you routinely spiel out like a clapped out tape machine running in Churchill's underground bunker that people forgot to turn off in 1945. Cunt top yourself. 

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4 minutes ago, ChildeHarold said:

Now that's more coherent and sensible than the load of utter tripe about Brexit you routinely spiel out like a clapped out tape machine running in Churchill's underground bunker that people forgot to turn off in 1945. Cunt top yourself. 

I am going to guess that other than a holiday in Benidorm you have never been outside of the UK and that other than what you saw on the bus or tram ride from Alicante to Benidorm you know nothing of the world beyond your own  town .. somewhere like Milton Keynes or Basildon .. am I correct?

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10 minutes ago, ChildeHarold said:

Now that's more coherent and sensible than the load of utter tripe about Brexit you routinely spiel out like a clapped out tape machine running in Churchill's underground bunker that people forgot to turn off in 1945. Cunt top yourself. 

Are you still pissed off because your Romanian boyfriend can't come and go as he pleases anymore? Fuck off and live with him in Bucharest so we don't have to pay for your AIDS treatment you miserable little cocksucker.

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2 hours ago, Trucking Funt said:

Are you still pissed off because your Romanian boyfriend can't come and go as he pleases anymore? Fuck off and live with him in Bucharest so we don't have to pay for your AIDS treatment you miserable little cocksucker.

I see the secondhand rubber dinghy was an over promotion so go back to the pedalo you adolescent. 

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15 hours ago, Trucking Funt said:

It's impossible to make an economic assessment of Brexit so far because the chinky flu has put half of the economy into the freezer and the other half is running with both hands tied behind its back. I don't buy the hard luck stories in the left wing media about businesses saying they're struggling because of the new export rules because they all knew it was coming and as many of them are food exporters they would have already been fluent in EU food regulations. What they're not saying is that most of their losses have been caused by public eating establishments being closed across Europe. They are merely trying blag more money from the government to cover losses caused by the pandemic.

After the bloody mindedness shown by the frogs and Paddies toward the UK over the last several months, I'll allow myself a little chuckle at their impending discomfort if its all the same. The rank hypocrisy of the Irish by having hordes of Garda patrolling the border in search of people to fine after throwing a 3 month tantrum over the Internal Markets Bill is utterly nauseating and deeply provocative toward Unionists. I certainly won't be shedding any tears if their agri-food sector implodes. Fuck the lot of them. As for the French, they have turned taking the piss into an art form. After spending most of last year giving naval escorts to illegal migrant scum crossing the channel because they don't want them in France, they then have the fucking cheek to demand British taxpayers money to bail out Eurostar which the British states no longer has any investment in. Added to this is the petty minded awkwardness of their custom's officials who are taking great delight in such antics as blocking the transit of shipments because an i hasn't been dotted on paperwork. I dare say when their farmers do start feeling the pinch, their police will stand back and do fuck all while they beat up British lorry drivers then torch their loads like they used to in the good old days when Johnny Major regularly sent "strongly worded" letters of protest to that smug prick Mitterrand. Bankruptcy couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of people. 

With us now outside the Brussels protection racket, we can now strike trade deals that are tailored entirely for British needs rather than those of the EU as a whole. This will eventually lead to cheaper food and more meaningful relationships with our trading partners. The flexibility provided by Brexit also gives us the opportunity to expand into markets where the EU can't gain traction such as India which is projected to overtake the US in terms of GDP within the next 25 years. The benefits of a deal will undoubtedly lead to increased Indian investment in the UK that will create thousands of jobs and boost the economy. The icing on the Brexit cake for me however is that we now have the leeway to repair our insane immigration system which has turned us into a magnet for criminal detritus from the third world.

Acres of verbiage but let’s summarise.

1. The complaints are either lefty bullshit, or sharp practice from dying businesses seeking government compo.

2. Middle paragraph: stick it to paddy/the frogs/the boche, for nothing so gladdens the Brexit heart than the suffering of our neighbours.

3. Benefits might include cheaper food, selling the country to Indian Billionaires, and kicking out immigrants who may or may not be criminals. 

Did I miss anything?

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8 minutes ago, Last Cunt Standing said:

Did I miss anything?

4. Some whining cunts have fucked off to the Antipodes.

5. It made Gina Miller cry.

6. Er, that's about it.

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1 hour ago, Last Cunt Standing said:

Acres of verbiage but let’s summarise.

1. The complaints are either lefty bullshit, or sharp practice from dying businesses seeking government compo.

2. Middle paragraph: stick it to paddy/the frogs/the boche, for nothing so gladdens the Brexit heart than the suffering of our neighbours.

3. Benefits might include cheaper food, selling the country to Indian Billionaires, and kicking out immigrants who may or may not be criminals. 

Did I miss anything?

If I hadn't added some context then you would have simply made up something of your own. Quite frankly, It's got fuck all to do with you anyway.

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7 hours ago, Dawn Chorus said:

I am going to guess that other than a holiday in Benidorm you have never been outside of the UK and that other than what you saw on the bus or tram ride from Alicante to Benidorm you know nothing of the world beyond your own  town .. somewhere like Milton Keynes or Basildon .. am I correct?

There isn't a tram from Alicante to Benidorm you cunt. My last thtee week holiday was in the Seychelles. 

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1 hour ago, Trucking Funt said:

If I hadn't added some context then you would have simply made up something of your own. Quite frankly, It's got fuck all to do with you anyway.

That pedalo is sinking fast. Got a union jack life belt you lump of shit? 

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10 hours ago, Dawn Chorus said:

I am going to guess that other than a holiday in Benidorm you have never been outside of the UK and that other than what you saw on the bus or tram ride from Alicante to Benidorm you know nothing of the world beyond your own  town .. somewhere like Milton Keynes or Basildon .. am I correct?

If I had to make a guess at Harold's origin, I'd say disgruntled asylum seeker. Some bloke in Bucharest told him the UK's streets were paved with gold, and he took it literally. Camped out of a night in a Primark doorway after spending the day with hammer and bolster chiselling away at the capitals pavements, and finding nothing but chewing gum, and the odd pound. 

I'm going to give him some free advice as that's the sort of bloke I am. Contact the CAB and get some assistance in filling out those Universal Credit forms.

I saw on the news earlier that numerous asylum seekers are complaining about the quality of food and accommodation, and are trying to get back to Europe. These cunts are absolutely unbelievable on the entitlement front. I'm tempted to make an asylum application at the Syrian embassy just to see if Bashir rolls out the red carpet, and puts me up in four star Damascus hotel. He might as a pr stunt. I'm gonna do some research and put this plan away... 

In the words of @judgetwi. No need to thank me, obviously. 

 

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1 hour ago, Major Cunt said:

If I had to make a guess at Harold's origin, I'd say disgruntled asylum seeker. Some bloke in Bucharest told him the UK's streets were paved with gold, and he took it literally. Camped out of a night in a Primark doorway after spending the day with hammer and bolster chiselling away at the capitals pavements, and finding nothing but chewing gum, and the odd pound. 

I'm going to give him some free advice as that's the sort of bloke I am. Contact the CAB and get some assistance in filling out those Universal Credit forms.

I saw on the news earlier that numerous asylum seekers are complaining about the quality of food and accommodation, and are trying to get back to Europe. These cunts are absolutely unbelievable on the entitlement front. I'm tempted to make an asylum application at the Syrian embassy just to see if Bashir rolls out the red carpet, and puts me up in four star Damascus hotel. He might as a pr stunt. I'm gonna do some research and put this plan away... 

In the words of @judgetwi. No need to thank me, obviously. 

 

You clearly haven't been outside your local bus map area for past ten years. 

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8 minutes ago, ChildeHarold said:

You clearly haven't been outside your local bus map area for past ten years. 

If only, Harrold, if only. You've managed to take more shit on here than any other rookie during my tenure. 

Credit where it's due. 

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7 hours ago, Cuntybaws said:

4. Some whining cunts have fucked off to the Antipodes.

5. It made Gina Miller cry.

6. Er, that's about it.

Is it whining to ask when the sunlit uplands and unicorns arrive?

No matter, other than the well-being of my family and friends in the UK I have no dog in the race these days. 

Post surgery, I’m off to climb a big hill today and have some cool fizz at the top. 

Enjoy Sunday, fellas. 

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14 hours ago, Last Cunt Standing said:

Is it whining to ask when the sunlit uplands and unicorns arrive?

Don't see many unicorns on here either, to be fair 😉

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