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Marinerz93
May 5, 2019, 4:09pm

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Remainers are not self loathing. We just don't have irrational delusions of British grandeur. We don't think half the world still asks how high when old blighty shouts jump. We don't want our economic prospects and public infrastructure at the mercy of corporate America. We get why it makes sense to be part of a strong trading bloc in the modern world when, as an individual nation, we will soon be overtaken by the  likes of Indonesia. We get why cross border cooperation in areas like security makes sense. We understand that areas around the North of England have been shafted by decades of thatcherite economics but aren't dim enough to think that Polish chefs and Bulgarian farm workers are to blame. What's really needed is a left wing government with a massive infrastructure plan and job creating programme (not to mention strong unions)

Brexit will improve the lives of no one except tax dodging elites


Britain is a great trading nation, for all the benefits of being in EU the are many down sides, we don't make our own rules, we are basically run by Brusells, the EU has made London and the south rich but what about Grimsby, shafted by fishing quotas, and other EU countries fishing our waters whilst when we fish theirs they ram our boats and cut fishing lines.

Britain needs immigrants, and Britain needs seasonal farm workers, what is wrong with Australian type immigration control, bringing in who we need and keeping out radicals as we now have enough of them now, rapists and murderers and deporting those who break our laws.

The EU is in recession and has been for some time, the forecast for the EU is a domino economic collapse of country to another. Britain saved Ireland from economic collapse, the EU did sweet FA about that, and coupled with what the EU did to Greece, I don't trust the German bankers over ours even though ours are questionable at the best of times.  

Balony, cross border security, they don't know who walked into the Europe when Merkel opened the floodgates telling all an sundry to come on in.

A left wing UK government, Christ on a bike.





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Quoted from AdamHaddock
Remainers are not self loathing. We just don't have irrational delusions of British grandeur. We don't think half the world still asks how high when old blighty shouts jump. We don't want our economic prospects and public infrastructure at the mercy of corporate America. We get why it makes sense to be part of a strong trading bloc in the modern world when, as an individual nation, we will soon be overtaken by the  likes of Indonesia. We get why cross border cooperation in areas like security makes sense. We understand that areas around the North of England have been shafted by decades of thatcherite economics but aren't dim enough to think that Polish chefs and Bulgarian farm workers are to blame. What's really needed is a left wing government with a massive infrastructure plan and job creating programme (not to mention strong unions)

Brexit will improve the lives of no one except tax dodging elites


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Brexit will improve the lives of no one except tax dodging elites


Remaining in the EU will improve the lives of no one in the UK, remaining in the EU will keep us in a club that screws Africa out of a fair trade deal improving the lives of no one in the poorest continent in the world! So how does that sit with the liberal rights loving EU numpty’s? 🙈


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Talking off tax dodging elites did anyone Read about EU members voting to have their expense’s hidden? The pigs don’t like us plebs seeing how they spend our taxes.

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2018/sep/25/mep-expenses-eu-court-ruling


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Talking off tax dodging elites did anyone Read about EU members voting to have their expense’s hidden? The pigs don’t like us plebs seeing how they spend our taxes.

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2018/sep/25/mep-expenses-eu-court-ruling


I presume Nige and his cronies were on board with that?


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I presume Nige and his cronies were on board with that?


This the same Nigel campaigning to and prepared to lose his job for the greater good.


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If we forget the millions Farage has 'earned' as an MEP despite having an appalling voting/attendance record (and less the money he has had to pay back for fraudulently employing staff to work on non-EU projects), upon leaving the EU, Farage will get a pay-off of well over £100k and then happily pocket a pension of more than £70k in subsequent years. Of course, his pension will be in Euros as well, so he stands to benefit if the pound weakens.

When you consider he's reportedly earning half a million a year from his 'media' work as well (being quite happy to pimp himself out to any dodgy right-wing cause you can think of), I think our Nige has carved himself out a pretty good living from the EU. If only he'd managed to be elected as an MP on one of his many attempts as well. He'd have got his EU pension and the MP's salary and another pension in the future! Bet he's gutted.
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Remaining in the EU will improve the lives of no one in the UK, remaining in the EU will keep us in a club that screws Africa out of a fair trade deal improving the lives of no one in the poorest continent in the world! So how does that sit with the liberal rights loving EU numpty’s? 🙈


So you're saying we should leave the EU to help some poor fornicators in Africa?



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If we forget the millions Farage has 'earned' as an MEP despite having an appalling voting/attendance record (and less the money he has had to pay back for fraudulently employing staff to work on non-EU projects), upon leaving the EU, Farage will get a pay-off of well over £100k and then happily pocket a pension of more than £70k in subsequent years. Of course, his pension will be in Euros as well, so he stands to benefit if the pound weakens.

When you consider he's reportedly earning half a million a year from his 'media' work as well (being quite happy to pimp himself out to any dodgy right-wing cause you can think of), I think our Nige has carved himself out a pretty good living from the EU. If only he'd managed to be elected as an MP on one of his many attempts as well. He'd have got his EU pension and the MP's salary and another pension in the future! Bet he's gutted.


I see he's so patriotic that he started another party to split the 'Patriotic Putting Britain First' pro-leave vote. He's not at all self-serving is he?


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So you're saying we should leave the EU to help some poor fornicators in Africa?



Wouldn't  trading with African countries help them better than sending millions in aid that doesn't seem to be distributed to where it is needed the most.


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