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exiled CITY AFC

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#16
02/03/2017 at 09:25

The economy is global why stick with a nihilistic cul-de-sac that is he EU.

I have been working in the EU and within multi-national teams for longer than most on here. I have lived in a few of the countries concerned. The long term trajectory is terrible. Organised for mega corps, high unemployment, low entrepreneurialism and the price for all that low wages and a federal poltical Europe that can't organise a piss up in a Belgian brewery.

Of course I know Islamic terrorism is not sourced from the EU but it is now second generation EU citizens that are carrying out the Jihad.

Until we can figure out why the kids of migrants become militants and keep killing I think it a good idea to leave it.

FFS We are all leaving why don't you just get over it and start looking to the future of what we can be not what you perceive you have 'lost'.

Major, Hessletine, Blair etc.

All these were cunts back in the day now they are the fucking oracle do me a favour.  

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02/03/2017 at 09:53

Until we can figure out why the kids of migrants become militants and keep killing I think it a good idea to leave it.

Does 'leave it' mean the EU? Are they the cause of Islamic terror? One of the reasons second generation, or third generation Muslims do this sort of thing is that they have a ready made excuse for doing it. They can turn their feelings of 'not belonging' into a righteous cause. Dylann Roof murdered 9 people because they were black. If this becomes mainstream thought under Trump, look out for a few more of such crimes.

The economy is global why stick with a nihilistic cul-de-sac that is he EU.

So there's a world out there longing to buy our goods and entrepreneurs at home just waiting for a sign before turning us into a manufacturing powerhouse? I find that hard to believe.

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02/03/2017 at 18:09

We all make bad calls, but if/when this thing ends - this being Brexit and Trump, like always, 'Joe Six Pack' is going to get reamed. That's just the way it's always been.

To pretend otherwise, like exiled does, is just disingenuous.


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02/03/2017 at 19:32

As in have said before this is politics' punk rock moment and Trump is Johnny Rotten. People don't care if it's crap they don't want anymore 20min guitar solos style speeches from the old progressive polticos that go nowhere and mean nowt.

Post punk will be when we get to see if the mess was worth it. I personally have higher hopes than I have had in while. Nothing could be worse than the debt ridden politically correct cul-de-sac we all ended up in.

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02/03/2017 at 19:45

People don't care if it's crap...

I think you'll find that a majority of those who voted thought Johnny Rotten to be totally and completely unsuited to the job. It is extremely unlikely that any of those have changed their mind since the Twittering Twat took office. Many voted for him because of is views on immigration and blacks. Don't those two reasons resonate, Mr Brexiteer?

Hilarious story. Cornwall voted Leave and have lost the £60 million EU was going to spend on rejuvenation plans. Theresa has offred £18 million. Turkeys and Xmas, eh?

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03/03/2017 at 11:26

You clealry don't know ANY Americans.

Probably never even been there.  

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03/03/2017 at 11:37

What a pathetic reply. Did he lose the popular vote? YES or NO will do.

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03/03/2017 at 13:12

Quote Quote by exiled CITY AFC on 03/03/2017 at 11:26
You clealry don't know ANY Americans.

Probably never even been there.


You don't know anything about farming, EU subsidies or integrated financial markets.


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04/03/2017 at 18:01

Quote Quote by exiled CITY AFC on 02/03/2017 at 19:32
As in have said before this is politics' punk rock moment and Trump is Johnny Rotten. People don't care if it's crap they don't want anymore 20min guitar solos style speeches from the old progressive polticos that go nowhere and mean nowt.

Post punk will be when we get to see if the mess was worth it. I personally have higher hopes than I have had in while. Nothing could be worse than the debt ridden politically correct cul-de-sac we all ended up in.


So it's increasingly looking like your American friends have voted in someone whose entire organisation has been compromised by a foreign nation... How very punk rock. I'm sure that Clinton and Obama warned of this.

This is what happens when voters voted out of stupidity, bitterness and are blinded by racism and resentment. They fail to see the obvious.

With Arron Banks' wealth under investigation, there's a chance that Brexit could also have been backed by a foreign interest, helped on by a willing, idiotic press and public... What was the phrase... Useful idiots?



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