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Roast Em Bobby
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Disgraceful 😠



thought you'd be happy about that


The most fundamental fact is that there is a trade-off between the ability to determine our own rules and access to foreign markets. This fact of life isn’t applicable just to the EU but to any advanced free trade agreement. If you take a purist position on sovereignty, we won’t get advanced trade deals, we will trade less and we will be poorer.

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I think you are getting a bit confused Marinerz93. Read what I said again very slowly. You are comparing what you have seen in the past with something that doesn't even exist and is extremely unlikely to happen in the future.

What part of "In English Law it states that we cannot join an EU Army without a separate referendum on that one issue" are you struggling to understand?

Did you have to take a job in the forces because you couldn't get one anywhere else?


Just as extremely unlikely to happen like all our laws and regulations being made in another country were we have to obey or be fined. Did we have a referendum on the Maastricht treaty or Lisbon treaty, wakey wakey. I'll wave my veto on this white flag Mr Verhofstadt.

Just as extremely unlikely to be told how much fish we can catch.

The past is a geat indicator of what will happen, just like a few months ago all the remoaners saying there are no plans for an EU army it is just Breixteers fantasy it will never happen, and yet Eurocoprs have served in two operations in the name of the EU. So it is clear the confusion or ignorance is yours.

I took a job in the Forces because the main industry of this once great Town was subject to fishing quota's by non UK policy makers and the work in this town was non existent. I had plans of bettering myself both educationally and increase my employment opportunities so I joined the Forces. I learned a trade, Electrical Engineering. It's easy for someone like you to have a cheap go at anyone being in the forces but push comes to shove you are not the type of person anyone would want next to them in a trench.

I take it with your snidey remarks about the Forces you are an astronaut or brain surgeon.


Supporting the Mighty Mariners for over 30 years, home town club is were the heart and soul is and it's great to be a part of it.

Jesus’ disciple Peter, picked up a fish to get the tribute money from it, Jesus left his thumb print on the fish, bless'ed is the Haddock.
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I just think that anyone who joins the forces knowing they are taking orders from our shithouse politicians must be one can short of a 6 six pack - and you're living up to this sterotype with the nonsense you spout.

I can't wait for the brexiteer's savior Boris to be elected and then seeing him when the penny finally drops that what he promised in the referendum was a mirage.


The most fundamental fact is that there is a trade-off between the ability to determine our own rules and access to foreign markets. This fact of life isn’t applicable just to the EU but to any advanced free trade agreement. If you take a purist position on sovereignty, we won’t get advanced trade deals, we will trade less and we will be poorer.

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I just think that anyone who joins the forces knowing they are taking orders from our shithouse politicians must be one can short of a 6 six pack - and you're living up to this sterotype with the nonsense you spout.

I can't wait for the brexiteer's savior Boris to be elected and then seeing him when the penny finally drops that what he promised in the referendum was a mirage.


Politicians you voted in, no doubt Europhile, maybe I am one can short of a six pack but you are definitely a six pack that is missing the plastic thing that holds it all together, as for spouting nonsense keep the comedy gold coming Europhile. Being in the Forces isn't just about taking orders but playing a bigger part in promoting Britain, a Force that can be depended on in time of national emergency, a Force that supports democracy and will fight to protect your whining and cry baby opinions even if they are self denigrating, and more importantly people who have volunteered so that people like you don't get conscripted as they do in other countries, maybe you'd prefer to be conscripted into your glorious Rainbow Eurocorps. You could do this brilliant job you have in the EU Army that enables you to look down on the rest of us minions, I notice you have gone all quiet on that Europhile. Quick do your EU war dance.



No more a mirage than the democracy from the EU, but still you have that veto, a veto that ironically is on a white flag.

The majority of politicians self absorbed idiots,  


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I genuinely fear for your mental health. I don't have an issue with someone having a different opinion to mine but you spout manic drivel about quislings and europhiles on an almost daily basis and it's worrying.


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I genuinely fear for your mental health. I don't have an issue with someone having a different opinion to mine but you spout manic drivel about quislings and europhiles on an almost daily basis and it's worrying.


Thank you for your concern, I was assessed at the end of 2005 after I had been in Afgan and Iraq. I was counselled for PTSD and I was again assessed before I left towards the end of 2012, clear of PTSD to a degree and mentally sound. When were you last checked.

You don't have an issue but quickly attack someone who does and you question my mental health, there is quite clearly some insanity on both sides of the divide, Remoaners have their views and Brexiteers have theirs but don't come all over as if you are on the fence when in past posts you have stapled your colours to the EU mast.

There are pro's and cons to leave and remain. I see a brighter future outside the EU, you and your fellow Europhiles want more of the same and whatever the EU decides you'll suck it up because that's how you like it and fair play to you if that's how you want it.

I don't believe I have mentioned anything in past posts about traitors as you claim above however I do see remoaners as cry baby, anti democratic surrender monkeys.


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Thank you for your concern, I was assessed at the end of 2005 after I had been in Afgan and Iraq. I was counselled for PTSD and I was again assessed before I left towards the end of 2012, clear of PTSD to a degree and mentally sound. When were you last checked.

You don't have an issue but quickly attack someone who does and you question my mental health, there is quite clearly some insanity on both sides of the divide, Remoaners have their views and Brexiteers have theirs but don't come all over as if you are on the fence when in past posts you have stapled your colours to the EU mast.

There are pro's and cons to leave and remain. I see a brighter future outside the EU, you and your fellow Europhiles want more of the same and whatever the EU decides you'll suck it up because that's how you like it and fair play to you if that's how you want it.

I don't believe I have mentioned anything in past posts about traitors as you claim above however I do see remoaners as cry baby, anti democratic surrender monkeys.


Sort of proving my point with the usual bizarrely vitriolic and childish namecalling. I have made no secret of the fact that I think we should remain in the EU. But I generally don't respond to the people who disagree with me in the same sort of way you do. I have never had my mental health checked, perhaps I should, but I also don't post inane "funny" pictures repeatedly and go on rants such as these:

"And whilst your hating democracy, and full of self loathing why don't go go and apologise to the jocks."

"And the clip is your typical left wing social bed wetting cry baby remainer, most likely touched a nerve with you and your tender fweelings have made you so offended, outraged you do your EU war dance whilst 'crying lifes so unfair'

Here have some fake tears to go with your self loathing."


"Of course it upsets you, and your overly sensitive far left fweelings, shocked at the truth and realisation that people are getting fed up with the illiberal ways of you Antifistas, falling over yourselves to say sorry for anything and everything regardless how something happened. It's sad to see so many people with such weak minds willing to sacrifice those brave soldiers and their fight for life against over whelming odds, for bloody Sunday there is a Defence of Rorke's Drift, except those Para's didn't face spears but bricks, bottles and bullets.

Go cry in your Pumkin latte, Unhappy the land that is in need of heroes and it's those hero's who save the likes of you from conscription."

"In a way I'm glad you lot slagging the forces off never served because holy dog excrement we'd all be speaking German and you wouldn't have to come on here whilst sitting in your cum, urine and excrement stained pants boo hooing about how a Nazi salute is done. Oooooh your so outraged I can hear the whining from here, remember to lube that hand, you don't want to get friction burns on that self-righteous beating your going to give that stump you always have in your hand whilst being a social bedwetter on social media. You should bottle your cry baby tears, I bet they taste so sweet."

If I was reading these from the outside, not knowing the context of the argument, as well as seeing the litany of pictures then I would be concerned. You can call it an attack if you like, that certainly isn't the intention, but the bile and absurdity which you post in response to people who disagree with you is extremely worrying.


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Quoted from Roast Em Bobby
I just think that anyone who joins the forces knowing they are taking orders from our shithouse politicians must be one can short of a 6 six pack - and you're living up to this sterotype with the nonsense you spout.

I can't wait for the brexiteer's savior Boris to be elected and then seeing him when the penny finally drops that what he promised in the referendum was a mirage.


Oi! We’re not all bad.
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I think he might have a point Marinerz


The most fundamental fact is that there is a trade-off between the ability to determine our own rules and access to foreign markets. This fact of life isn’t applicable just to the EU but to any advanced free trade agreement. If you take a purist position on sovereignty, we won’t get advanced trade deals, we will trade less and we will be poorer.

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These self righteous fornicators have no respect for alternative opinions or even democracy, when it doesn’t go there way all the do is criticise and cry like little flipping babies 😢 This country is not divided by politics it’s divided by these twits who mainly left wing just cannot accept a democratic decision. Trump wins they 😢 and protest, Conservatives win they 😢and protest, Brexit wins they 😢 and protest!

What’s wrong with them it wasn’t like this 20 years ago.
I wasn’t happy whilst over in Florida at the time Obama came into power and I didnt see republicans protesting and rioting, When the war criminal Blair held onto power for the 3rd time I remember being drunk off but I certainly accepted democracy, I don’t recall the right taking the kids to the streets holding placards saying intercourse off Blair and defacing statues. If the EU referendum vote had gone the other way there wouldn’t of been mass protests of any kind it would of just been accepted.

I’ve now reached the point where instead of getting wound up with these lefty mongs  especially the Europhile lickspittle’s I just laugh at them, especially now there is a conservative leader election and there is intercourse all they can do about it except 😢 like a female dog. Little bobby you asked me who I would like to win and I’m happy to tell you it’s Boris and that’s not because I think he’s this great leader truth be known I don’t trust the girl private, but I want him to win so I can sit back on my sun lounger in Corfu and think of all the Corbyrnista’s, Guardianista’s, channel 4 news, the BBC and all the rest of the smelly,swampy,left wing girls privates crying and crying and arranging their sad little protests 😂😂😂


Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Promise a man someone else's fish and he votes Labour.
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