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61Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sun Mar 03 2019, 20:04

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
@gloswhite wrote:
@Dunkels King wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@gloswhite wrote:'I like to imagine the Gammons foaming at the mouth'  
Yeah, it makes me feel really good that people like yourself won't have any say in anything do with the country you turned your back on. 
Enough of the abuse, it weakens any supposed argument you have.

Well said Glos! :clap: :clap:

Where's your Farage Avatar gone ? Is it because he is under investigation not only in the USA as part of the Muller inquiry, but also now by the Money Laundering Division of the CPS ? Maybe that's why he needs to charge people 50 quid a pop to do his Jarrow Crusade from Sunderland to London.
What a strange response, (and I have only ever had one avatar, that of BWFC on a blue background)

It is intended for karly not you glos.

62Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sun Mar 03 2019, 22:48

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Dunkels King wrote:
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:I was going to vote remain but I saw one of about 12 tweets sent by Russians during the referendum.

Yeh. In the last four days before the referendum vote, more than ten million people were sent social media tweets and facebook posts highlighting, in nearly every case, false information about the EU. the people who received these posts were chosen from data gathered by Cambridge Analytica. These posts were funded by two Leave campaigns that have now been proven to be linked, and from funds that didn't exist (money above the cap). Money provided by Aaron Banks who is now being investigated for his links to Russian money. Up until those four days, Remain was the clear Leader in the polls. The Remain campaign did no Campaigning in those four days as it was at the Cap already.

Look at Twitter now, thousands of users are being blocked and shutdown every day as they are proven to be Bots created by Russia posting negative comments about the EU and praising the Brexiteers. They all have one thing in common where they are registered on Twitter for a day and send about 200 or more tweets in a few hours. This referendum, like the Judge said, was corrupted by the Leave Campaign and would have been voided if it had been Mandatory. When all of this is sorted there has to be an investigation, and the likes of theresa May, Farage and Johnson need to be prosecuted.

https://www.ft.com/content/fbf8ab4c-e41d-11e7-97e2-916d4fbac0da

63Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Mar 04 2019, 16:20

Dunkels King

Dunkels King
Nicolas Anelka
Nicolas Anelka
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:
@Dunkels King wrote:
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:I was going to vote remain but I saw one of about 12 tweets sent by Russians during the referendum.

Yeh. In the last four days before the referendum vote, more than ten million people were sent social media tweets and facebook posts highlighting, in nearly every case, false information about the EU. the people who received these posts were chosen from data gathered by Cambridge Analytica. These posts were funded by two Leave campaigns that have now been proven to be linked, and from funds that didn't exist (money above the cap). Money provided by Aaron Banks who is now being investigated for his links to Russian money. Up until those four days, Remain was the clear Leader in the polls. The Remain campaign did no Campaigning in those four days as it was at the Cap already.

Look at Twitter now, thousands of users are being blocked and shutdown every day as they are proven to be Bots created by Russia posting negative comments about the EU and praising the Brexiteers. They all have one thing in common where they are registered on Twitter for a day and send about 200 or more tweets in a few hours. This referendum, like the Judge said, was corrupted by the Leave Campaign and would have been voided if it had been Mandatory. When all of this is sorted there has to be an investigation, and the likes of theresa May, Farage and Johnson need to be prosecuted.

https://www.ft.com/content/fbf8ab4c-e41d-11e7-97e2-916d4fbac0da

The tweets are still coming now. Before the referendum vote, the Leave Campaign (or rather two different ones, now proven to be linked) used Russian Money to pay for all the stuff on Facebook (and Twitter). Your FT link shows information from a Study in December 2017. That is before the investigation into Aaron Banks. The Court ruled only two weeks ago now that infact the Referendum was Corrupted and illegally represented via Social Media.

64Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Mar 04 2019, 17:09

gloswhite

gloswhite
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha
@xmiles wrote:
@gloswhite wrote:
@Dunkels King wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@gloswhite wrote:'I like to imagine the Gammons foaming at the mouth'  
Yeah, it makes me feel really good that people like yourself won't have any say in anything do with the country you turned your back on. 
Enough of the abuse, it weakens any supposed argument you have.

Well said Glos! :clap: :clap:

Where's your Farage Avatar gone ? Is it because he is under investigation not only in the USA as part of the Muller inquiry, but also now by the Money Laundering Division of the CPS ? Maybe that's why he needs to charge people 50 quid a pop to do his Jarrow Crusade from Sunderland to London.
What a strange response, (and I have only ever had one avatar, that of BWFC on a blue background)

It is intended for karly not you glos.
Cheers XM. I thought I was losing it  Smile

65Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Mar 04 2019, 20:02

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Dunkels King wrote:
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:
@Dunkels King wrote:
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:I was going to vote remain but I saw one of about 12 tweets sent by Russians during the referendum.

Yeh. In the last four days before the referendum vote, more than ten million people were sent social media tweets and facebook posts highlighting, in nearly every case, false information about the EU. the people who received these posts were chosen from data gathered by Cambridge Analytica. These posts were funded by two Leave campaigns that have now been proven to be linked, and from funds that didn't exist (money above the cap). Money provided by Aaron Banks who is now being investigated for his links to Russian money. Up until those four days, Remain was the clear Leader in the polls. The Remain campaign did no Campaigning in those four days as it was at the Cap already.

Look at Twitter now, thousands of users are being blocked and shutdown every day as they are proven to be Bots created by Russia posting negative comments about the EU and praising the Brexiteers. They all have one thing in common where they are registered on Twitter for a day and send about 200 or more tweets in a few hours. This referendum, like the Judge said, was corrupted by the Leave Campaign and would have been voided if it had been Mandatory. When all of this is sorted there has to be an investigation, and the likes of theresa May, Farage and Johnson need to be prosecuted.

https://www.ft.com/content/fbf8ab4c-e41d-11e7-97e2-916d4fbac0da

The tweets are still coming now. Before the referendum vote, the Leave Campaign (or rather two different ones, now proven to be linked) used Russian Money to pay for all the stuff on Facebook (and Twitter). Your FT link shows information from a Study in December 2017. That is before the investigation into Aaron Banks. The Court ruled only two weeks ago now that infact the Referendum was Corrupted and illegally represented via Social Media.

And where is the proof that these tweets were a) seen and b) influenced anyone?

Impossible to prove to sadly. 

There are about 300 million left wing accounts on twitter mostly verified who spend their every minute posting memes of fake stats about Tory's. I'll look forward to this being investigated as having influenced the general election.

66Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 05 2019, 08:23

gloswhite

gloswhite
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:
@Dunkels King wrote:
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:
@Dunkels King wrote:
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:I was going to vote remain but I saw one of about 12 tweets sent by Russians during the referendum.

Yeh. In the last four days before the referendum vote, more than ten million people were sent social media tweets and facebook posts highlighting, in nearly every case, false information about the EU. the people who received these posts were chosen from data gathered by Cambridge Analytica. These posts were funded by two Leave campaigns that have now been proven to be linked, and from funds that didn't exist (money above the cap). Money provided by Aaron Banks who is now being investigated for his links to Russian money. Up until those four days, Remain was the clear Leader in the polls. The Remain campaign did no Campaigning in those four days as it was at the Cap already.

Look at Twitter now, thousands of users are being blocked and shutdown every day as they are proven to be Bots created by Russia posting negative comments about the EU and praising the Brexiteers. They all have one thing in common where they are registered on Twitter for a day and send about 200 or more tweets in a few hours. This referendum, like the Judge said, was corrupted by the Leave Campaign and would have been voided if it had been Mandatory. When all of this is sorted there has to be an investigation, and the likes of theresa May, Farage and Johnson need to be prosecuted.

https://www.ft.com/content/fbf8ab4c-e41d-11e7-97e2-916d4fbac0da

The tweets are still coming now. Before the referendum vote, the Leave Campaign (or rather two different ones, now proven to be linked) used Russian Money to pay for all the stuff on Facebook (and Twitter). Your FT link shows information from a Study in December 2017. That is before the investigation into Aaron Banks. The Court ruled only two weeks ago now that infact the Referendum was Corrupted and illegally represented via Social Media.

And where is the proof that these tweets were a) seen and b) influenced anyone?

Impossible to prove to sadly. 

There are about 300 million left wing accounts on twitter mostly verified who spend their every minute posting memes of fake stats about Tory's. I'll look forward to this being investigated as having influenced the general election.
Welcome to modern day politics, where nobody wins.

67Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Fri Mar 08 2019, 15:02

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

68Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Fri Mar 08 2019, 15:15

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff

Mark Francois is obviously too stupid to listen to what Will Self said.

A bit like the reaction I got when I pointed out that the less well educated and elderly predominantly voted for brexit. Rolling Eyes

69Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Fri Mar 08 2019, 20:58

gloswhite

gloswhite
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha
I don't like Mark Francois. He's an opportunist. I get the feeling that he's using the Brexit situation to raise his profile merely to further his own ends.

70Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Fri Mar 08 2019, 20:59

gloswhite

gloswhite
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha
Just thought. That last comment could apply to 99% of the House of Commons

71Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sat Mar 09 2019, 11:38

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff

72Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sat Mar 09 2019, 12:22

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Did you watch the Dominic Cumberbatch film? It outlines the activities of the Leave campaign and the incompetence of the Remain campaign equally and is based on personal accounts of those directly involved. Probably the best account of what really happened.

73Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sat Mar 09 2019, 13:21

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
@wanderlust wrote:
Did you watch the Dominic Cumberbatch film? It outlines the activities of the Leave campaign and the incompetence of the Remain campaign equally and is based on personal accounts of those directly involved. Probably the best account of what really happened.

It is certainly an entertaining account but it doesn't get close to showing the dishonesty that totally underpinned and financed the brexit campaign.

74Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sat Mar 09 2019, 13:48

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@gloswhite wrote:Just thought. That last comment could apply to 99% of the House of Commons
One of the saddest things about the handling of the Brexit fiasco is that politicians of all colours have played at politics to further their own careers while Rome burns - and for the most part the rest have sat back and let them. With May controlling the dialogue and the (wrong) agenda and Corbyn thinking that point scoring is some sort of solution, we are left with a choice between a shit deal and no deal when the reality is that there are no significant trade deals in place and we are ceding our place in the world whilst the EU pushes ahead with Japan etc. Bunch of bastards the lot of them.

75Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sat Mar 09 2019, 13:59

Dunkels King

Dunkels King
Nicolas Anelka
Nicolas Anelka
@wanderlust wrote:
@gloswhite wrote:Just thought. That last comment could apply to 99% of the House of Commons
One of the saddest things about the handling of the Brexit fiasco is that politicians of all colours have played at politics to further their own careers while Rome burns - and for the most part the rest have sat back and let them. With May controlling the dialogue and the (wrong) agenda and Corbyn thinking that point scoring is some sort of solution, we are left with a choice between a shit deal and no deal when the reality is that there are no significant trade deals in place and we are ceding our place in the world whilst the EU pushes ahead with Japan etc. Bunch of bastards the lot of them.

Exactly, May is saving the Tories, and Corbyn is thinking odf some Socialist dreamland when the UK is on it's own. Then, nearly three years after the event some old boy yesterday (maybe thursday) on SkyNews came out with the "forced us to have straight bananas" shit again. Yet another piece of bullshit that was spread by the likes of the Daily Mail years ago. It was literally the only thing he could think of that he didn't like about the EU, and it was a fucking lie. I can't see any way now that we won't leave. The EU are sick of us, The Vicars daughter, Theresa "I'm a Christian" May lies like no one I have ever known, and she STILL says it is what we all want. Well, that is one thing she has no idea about, especially as she finally admitted yesterday that it isn't the will of the people anymore. what a pleb she is.

76Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sat Mar 09 2019, 14:52

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
@Dunkels King wrote:
@wanderlust wrote:
@gloswhite wrote:Just thought. That last comment could apply to 99% of the House of Commons
One of the saddest things about the handling of the Brexit fiasco is that politicians of all colours have played at politics to further their own careers while Rome burns - and for the most part the rest have sat back and let them. With May controlling the dialogue and the (wrong) agenda and Corbyn thinking that point scoring is some sort of solution, we are left with a choice between a shit deal and no deal when the reality is that there are no significant trade deals in place and we are ceding our place in the world whilst the EU pushes ahead with Japan etc. Bunch of bastards the lot of them.

Exactly, May is saving the Tories, and Corbyn is thinking odf some Socialist dreamland when the UK is on it's own. Then, nearly three years after the event some old boy yesterday (maybe thursday) on SkyNews came out with the "forced us to have straight bananas" shit again. Yet another piece of bullshit that was spread by the likes of the Daily Mail years ago. It was literally the only thing he could think of that he didn't like about the EU, and it was a fucking lie. I can't see any way now that we won't leave. The EU are sick of us, The Vicars daughter, Theresa "I'm a Christian" May lies like no one I have ever known, and she STILL says it is what we all want. Well, that is one thing she has no idea about, especially as she finally admitted yesterday that it isn't the will of the people anymore. what a pleb she is.

Sadly this bendy banana loving moron is not alone. Here is another idiot on Question Time. Of course all the brexit fans on this site were not influenced by these lies but plenty of idiots were.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=13&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwioz5bipvXgAhUeQhUIHa2DDioQtwIwDHoECAIQAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DeXk7MxR5seI&usg=AOvVaw2rUwzwe9LF4JDw9XgeTVdJ

77Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Mar 11 2019, 16:28

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I'm getting sick of all this. Stanley Unwin said it best,

Now historibold, which is of the oldest, we have the European wars. Schlesswig versy Holstein. Alsace versy Lorraine. And all huffalo dowder until the Congress of Viennit with the replay at Villy Park next Tuesday.
In 1945 there is a new thorcus. All the natiomost of Europe join together in a peacy.
And from this we have the joy of the Eurovision song contest. All boom and bangit with Sandy Shore, Cliff Richibold – there’s a falolloper – and the Bucksy Fizz.
This, of course, is the home of the Norveige nul points – and sulky up the fijord ever since.
Fundamold to this new Europe is the swap and trade it. At first we have it all back and forward across the borders with “please have your passy portit open for inspection”.
And this is of a great waste of time, with estimate have it and 20 billion Euro a year – and that’s without the countit and the declimly point in the wrong place!
Unfortumost – all shame and sobit – the Britly people are not keen and soldy. What they ask of the Britly passport? What of the pound and perch and of the Queen and reignit herself?
Hear their cryimost: give me bendy bananas or death and end it!
For this Ming has a new thorcus – ingenimost though it is. We have the referendium.
A refererndium – moreover and extramost – not on the Constitutioner but on the whole goddam Euroimost shooting match.
In or out, matey? That’s the question. We can’t shakeabout any longer, despite the poply song with the knees up and bunting.
So how is run and work it, this referendium? All puzzlibod, I hear you.
Here in Britly we have a tradition of the firsty past the post. Or as we say, the cross and stuffit.
We Libby Dems have a prefer of the PR. And not only that, but the single and transfer it in the multimember too.
Here we have the long ballot and the placey of the one with the favourite and two and threep – and add 07 if you want Brian to stay in the kitchy, indeedy ho!
With the referendium the words on the bally paper – the precise and askit of the question – becomes of the importimost.
And conference I can reveal to you – alone and exclusimost – the verbatim and word for word of it.
And I quotey:
“Have you stopped beaty of the wife and stay in Europe. Or do you want to lose your job and employit with the folly of a no?”
If we don’t mention of the bendy banana we’ll be home and squeakit with that one.
No questions? Deep joy.

78Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Mar 11 2019, 23:46

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

79Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Mar 11 2019, 23:51

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

80Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Mar 11 2019, 23:54

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

81Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 08:34

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff

82Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 08:36

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Very Happy I like it.

83Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 08:37

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
So May comes back from Brussels, lies that she has changed anything and hopes that her deal will get through parliament. It will be interesting to see how many brexiteers buy this bullshit.

84Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 08:39

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
It'll be interesting to see how long she can keep a straight face.

85Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 09:12

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Hard-line EU stooges have rejected the deal so it obviously won't pass.

86Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 09:54

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:Hard-line EU stooges have rejected the deal so it obviously won't pass.

You mean hard line brexit loonies. The EU agreed May's original deal. It is hardly their fault that she can't persuade the mental cases in the DUP and ERG to support it.

87Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 10:54

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@xmiles wrote:So May comes back from Brussels, lies that she has changed anything and hopes that her deal will get through parliament. It will be interesting to see how many brexiteers buy this bullshit.

It'll get through. We'll all be dancing in the streets later this evening.

88Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 12:05

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
Even the government's own senior legal advisor says "the risk of the UK being tied to EU rules after Brexit "remains unchanged" despite the latest changes to the PM's deal, the attorney general has said.

Geoffrey Cox said there remained no "internationally lawful means" of leaving the Irish backstop without the EU's agreement."

Just May telling lies again. Rolling Eyes

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47533666

89Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 12:36

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@xmiles wrote:
@Hipster_Nebula wrote:Hard-line EU stooges have rejected the deal so it obviously won't pass.

You mean hard line brexit loonies. The EU agreed May's original deal. It is hardly their fault that she can't persuade the mental cases in the DUP and ERG to support it.

Well they wish to leave the EU and it's associated bodies. Not exactly a leap to think they wouldn't back something that keeps the country tied to them.

90Brexit negotiations - Page 3 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Mar 12 2019, 18:34

gloswhite

gloswhite
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha
What it seems to me is that the politicians don't seem to understand that if it all goes back to another referendum, then they have failed miserably, in the biggest democratic exercise this country has ever undertaken. To top it off, they are now trying to absolve themselves of all blame, by trying to hand the job back to the public. What do they expect us to do ? If leave is upheld, what then? Our politicians, of all parties, are an absolute disgrace, and I for one, would ensure, if I could, that each and every one was deselected after this debacle. Most are so far up their own arses, all you can see are their shoes.

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