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PostPosted: Tue Aug 27, 2019 6:37 am
 


sings "Why can't we be friends, why can't we be friends..."


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:42 am
 


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sings "Why can't we be friends, why can't we be friends..."


Because the Left has gone so batshit insane, they only want the violence now.

That's why.


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Oh boy, dis gonna be good. :lol: :lol:



The Queen AGREES to suspend Parliament: Boris Johnson's Brexit gamble gives Remainer rabble just THREE DAYS to spring their plot to stop No Deal

Boris Johnson will suspend Parliament until October 14 when a new Queen's Speech will take place
The Prime Minister proposed his plan to the Queen this morning and it was formally approved this afternoon
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Commons Leader, flew to Balmoral in Scotland to present plan to monarch in person
Move means the House of Commons will be suspended at some point in the week beginning September 9
Proroguing Parliament will reduce the amount of time available for MPs to try to stop No Deal Brexit
Mr Johnson's decision increases the possibility of Jeremy Corbyn calling a no confidence vote next week
If the PM is defeated in such a vote it would likely lead to a snap general election in October or November
It has sparked a political firestorm with the Prime Minister accused of attempting to sideline Parliament
Furious MPs have savaged Mr Johnson and accused him of 'behaving like a tinpot dictator' over Brexit
Mr Corbyn said suspending Parliament was an 'outrage' and he has written to the Queen to demand a meeting
Commons Speaker John Bercow joined howls of anger and said decision 'represents a constitutional outrage'
But government has insisted the Queen's Speech plan is a regular procedural step for a new administration


I haven't even read it yet, and I can see all the snowflake heads just exploding on Twatter.

The Queen is a facist.
The Queen is a Nazi.
The Queen is literally Hitler.
The Queen is a ................................... OMFG SHE IS A TORY !!!!!!



ROTFL


Please, someone find a way to search the Twatter BS posts about what a meaner Lizzie is now.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 10:50 am
 


Remainer revolt begins: Jeremy Corbyn vows to stop Boris Johnson from suspending Parliament on TUESDAY as his hard-Left Momentum cronies call for millions to 'shut down the streets' to thwart No Deal

Labour leader vows to launch formal bid to stop Boris Johnson on Tuesday
Mr Corbyn says he will try to stop No Deal and reverse prorogation decision
Comes after Jacob Rees-Mogg told MPs they had two ways to stop No Deal
He said they could either pass anti-No Deal law or change the government
Challenge comes after Mr Johnson stunned MPs by suspending Parliament
MPs will be sent home for five weeks at some point in week beginning Sept 9
Means MPs now have less time to stop UK leaving EU without a deal on Oct 31
Government considering all sorts of ploys to frustrate rebels including filibusters
Momentum campaign group urges activists to 'occupy bridges and block roads'
Meanwhile, Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tory leader, quit her post this morning



It won't surprise me one bit to see the UK Parliament violently invaded, occupied and burned.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 10:13 am
 


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Canada and the USA and other non European countries should jump on this offer to ship our food to them.


We got a whole lot of Canola oil and pork if the Brits want it. :wink:


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 11:12 am
 


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stratos wrote:
Canada and the USA and other non European countries should jump on this offer to ship our food to them.


We got a whole lot of Canola oil and pork if the Brits want it. :wink:


There you go. See an opportunity and take.


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Righties wrong again:

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Amid Brexit chaos, the pound is plunging again after Britain's economy just posted 'shocking' manufacturing data

boris johnsonStefan Wermuth / REUTERS

Among the chaos caused by Brexit, Britain's manufacturing plummeted, with data showing the biggest drop in seven years.
The pound dropped 0.9% against the dollar on Monday afternoon, as the global economic slowdown and Brexit weighed on the British economy.

One analyst said, "confidence is on the floor, with manufacturers as pessimistic as they have ever been."
Watch the pound trade live.
View Markets Insider's homepage for more stories.
The UK's economy just posted a massive red flag as manufacturing posted its lowest PMI reading in seven years.

August's figure for PMI hit 47.4, the lowest figure since July 2012. IHS Markit said that "the high levels of economic and political uncertainty pervasive across domestic and global markets continued to weigh heavily on the performance of UK manufacturing during August."

Orders for British products also contracted at the fastest pace in over seven years according to IHS Markit, signaling the weight political uncertainty and Brexit is having on the economy.

The pound fell 0.9% against the dollar on Monday afternoon, and 0.5% against the euro.

IHS Markit

"Although traders have trimmed their net short positions a tad last week, there's already a lot of negativity around the pound and the fear is that the economy starts to contract before we leave the EU," said Neil Wilson, chief market analyst at Markets.com.

"The manufacturing PMI data is simply shocking," said Wilson adding "confidence is on the floor, with manufacturers as pessimistic as they have ever been."

The past week has been one of the most tumultuous weeks for Brexit after the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, made the decision to suspend Parliament for a month starting next week — a move that would help him push through a "no-deal" Brexit come an October deadline.

Johnson's actions sent the pound tumbling. The pound fell 0.7% against the dollar and 0.6% against the euro last Wednesday as markets feared that Britain would leave the EU without a deal.

But Wilson said this time, the global slowdown taking much of the blame.

"The data for the UK economy may well now get worse before it gets better," said Wilson.

This week the UK parliament will sit for one week to discuss Brexit, and anxious traders are waiting to gauge sentiment.


https://markets.businessinsider.com/amp ... 1028490995


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 9:55 am
 


Martin15 wrote:
Oh boy, dis gonna be good. :lol: :lol:



The Queen AGREES to suspend Parliament: Boris Johnson's Brexit gamble gives Remainer rabble just THREE DAYS to spring their plot to stop No Deal

Boris Johnson will suspend Parliament until October 14 when a new Queen's Speech will take place
The Prime Minister proposed his plan to the Queen this morning and it was formally approved this afternoon
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Commons Leader, flew to Balmoral in Scotland to present plan to monarch in person
Move means the House of Commons will be suspended at some point in the week beginning September 9
Proroguing Parliament will reduce the amount of time available for MPs to try to stop No Deal Brexit
Mr Johnson's decision increases the possibility of Jeremy Corbyn calling a no confidence vote next week
If the PM is defeated in such a vote it would likely lead to a snap general election in October or November
It has sparked a political firestorm with the Prime Minister accused of attempting to sideline Parliament
Furious MPs have savaged Mr Johnson and accused him of 'behaving like a tinpot dictator' over Brexit
Mr Corbyn said suspending Parliament was an 'outrage' and he has written to the Queen to demand a meeting
Commons Speaker John Bercow joined howls of anger and said decision 'represents a constitutional outrage'
But government has insisted the Queen's Speech plan is a regular procedural step for a new administration


I haven't even read it yet, and I can see all the snowflake heads just exploding on Twatter.

The Queen is a facist.
The Queen is a Nazi.
The Queen is literally Hitler.
The Queen is a ................................... OMFG SHE IS A TORY !!!!!!



ROTFL


Please, someone find a way to search the Twatter BS posts about what a meaner Lizzie is now.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:23 am
 


The queen would never stop the request because it would have undone decades of precedent. Anyone who doesn't know that is a fucking idiot.

Instead she will do something hilariously passive aggressive to show what she actually thinks. Like wear a hat with the EU colours.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:25 am
 


Martin15 wrote:
Remainer revolt begins: Jeremy Corbyn vows to stop Boris Johnson from suspending Parliament on TUESDAY as his hard-Left Momentum cronies call for millions to 'shut down the streets' to thwart No Deal

Labour leader vows to launch formal bid to stop Boris Johnson on Tuesday
Mr Corbyn says he will try to stop No Deal and reverse prorogation decision
Comes after Jacob Rees-Mogg told MPs they had two ways to stop No Deal
He said they could either pass anti-No Deal law or change the government
Challenge comes after Mr Johnson stunned MPs by suspending Parliament
MPs will be sent home for five weeks at some point in week beginning Sept 9
Means MPs now have less time to stop UK leaving EU without a deal on Oct 31
Government considering all sorts of ploys to frustrate rebels including filibusters
Momentum campaign group urges activists to 'occupy bridges and block roads'
Meanwhile, Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tory leader, quit her post this morning



It won't surprise me one bit to see the UK Parliament violently invaded, occupied and burned.



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Boris Johnson’s majority is GONE as Tory MP Phillip Lee defects to Remainer Lib Dems after crunch peace talks fail

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3 Sep 2019, 17:16Updated: 3 Sep 2019, 18:19
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BORIS Johnson has lost his tiny Commons majority this afternoon in explosive scenes in the Commons - just hours before a crunch vote which could trigger an election.

Tory MP Phillip Lee defected to the Liberal Democrats right in front of the PM this afternoon as he gave a speech at the despatch box - and went to sit with them in the Commons.


https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9851319/b ... eral-dems/

ROTFL

Why do they call themselves the “Right” when they’re always so WRONG??!


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 11:43 am
 


The Brexit is going to go through or else the UK will have a very uncivil war.

Bitch all you want but you don't get to ignore a successful sovereignty referendum without a war.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 2:50 pm
 


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The Brexit is going to go through or else the UK will have a very uncivil war.

Bitch all you want but you don't get to ignore a successful sovereignty referendum without a war.


No, it will fail, then BoJo will have to decide whether to call an election or not

I have a feeling that the support for a hard Brexit at any cost isn’t nearly as popular as you pretend. And by now I suspect that most people can easily see through the Leave campaign’s false promise of a super-soft Brexit that would give UK everything it’s ever wanted and sacrifice nothing in return.


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BeaverFever wrote:
BartSimpson wrote:
The Brexit is going to go through or else the UK will have a very uncivil war.

Bitch all you want but you don't get to ignore a successful sovereignty referendum without a war.


No, it will fail, then BoJo will have to decide whether to call an election or not

I have a feeling that the support for a hard Brexit at any cost isn’t nearly as popular as you pretend. And by now I suspect that most people can easily see through the Leave campaign’s false promise of a super-soft Brexit that would give UK everything it’s ever wanted and sacrifice nothing in return.



Annd minutes after I posted the above I’m proven right YET AGAIN as BoJo’s now-MINORITY GOVERNMENT is stopped in his tracks


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LONDON—British lawmakers delivered a blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit strategy with a vote aimed at delaying Brexit, prompting the British leader to call for a general election.

In a vote in the House of Commons, lawmakers defied Mr. Johnson’s pleas not to tie his hands in negotiations with the European Union and took the first move toward passing a law that would stop him from pushing through an abrupt split with the bloc at the end of next month.


Good luck in the next election it won’t be an easy one, but im sure Putin is eagerly waiting to help you out.


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And now the rest of the story:

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BORIS Johnson tonight demanded a snap general election after rebel MPs pulled off an extraordinary coup to allow a block on Brexit until next year plunging Westminster into outright chaos.

Twenty one Conservative MPs - including NINE ex-Cabinet ministers - were sacked minutes after siding with Labour to seize control of Parliament’s agenda from 3pm tomorrow.

The hot potch cross-party majority of 27 will tomorrow attempt to ram a new law through the Commons in just four hours.

It forces the PM to extend Article 50 talks as well as Britain’s EU membership for a THIRD time until January 31.

The alliance insisted the move was vital to halt the threat of a calamitous exit without an agreement in just eight weeks time.

But in tense Commons scenes today, livid Mr Johnson branded the move “Corbyn’s surrender bill”, and insisted it would rip up his negotiating bid to win a better deal from Brussels.

Refusing point blank to accept the new delay, he thundered: “It means running up the white flag”.

Instead, the PM demanded voters should decide whether Britain should leave the EU on the current timeline of October 31 with a snap general election, probably be held on October 15.

Mr Johnson added: “The Leader of the Opposition has been begging for an election for two years, he has crowds of supporters outside calling for an election.

“I don’t want an election but if MPs vote tomorrow to stop negotiations and compel another pointless delay to Brexit – potentially for years – then that would be the only way to resolve this.

“And I can confirm that we are tonight tabling a motion under the Fixed Terms Parliament Act.”


https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9851319/b ... oses-vote/


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 3:31 pm
 


Predictions of doom in the aftermath of Brexit come from the very same people who predict a global climate crisis unless we adopt worldwide socialism.

Meaning that I'm betting on the UK to prosper after it cuts ties with the Eurotrash elites.


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