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UK Government plans to cap calories.

1 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 11:10
Pizzas must shrink or lose their toppings under Government plans to cap the calories in thousands of meals sold in restaurants and supermarkets

Britbongs are so fat the government has to control their food.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/10/11/pizzas-must-shrink-lose-toppings-government-anti-obesity-plan/
2 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 12:01
They deserve it.
Lard asses.
3 Name: 4ct 2018-10-13 13:31
>>1
Britbongs are so fat the government has to control their food.

The real British Government plan along has been to cut the weight of food sold (so you have to buy more items) and increase prices and remove minimum wage, putting more people into poverty and more reliant on Government handouts like "Universal credit", thinning the numbers of whites in London and importing more economic migrant from Africa.
4 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 14:05
>>1
LOL it's definitely the pizzas fault not the fact that people there eat shit like French fry sandwiches
5 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 14:22
To be fair the government has all this data and knows that we are not eating healthy. People show very little common sense or self restraint so I for one welcome some reasonable restrictions that will make people's lives healthier and happier overall.
6 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 14:39
Good for them. Lets hope Amerifat is taking notes before all those fat ass rednecks start to drown in their own blubber!
7 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 14:50
Can anyone in the UK explain how you can be cucked this hard? You voted for BREXIT with a crystal-clear result that said get the fuck out now, but you sure as hell are never gonna see it because it's "just too complicated". Right and now there taking your food.
8 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 15:07
>>7
The British elite never expected the British people to be stupid enough to vote to leave the EU.
9 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 15:24
>>8
but they in fact...did.
10 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 15:41
you think we have any idea?
11 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 15:58
look no one really wants to leave, the only reason it happened is because young people don't vote.
12 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 16:14
>>11
well other than old people
13 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 16:31
>>11
so the outcome was unacceptable because the vote went the way "no one really wanted". Classic. Now it's clear why you are such cucks.
14 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 16:48
>>11
sounds suspiciously like it is here in the US
15 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 17:05
>>7
51:49
Crystal clear
Half the voting public thought this would be a bad play and they were right.

Because trying to ditch 45 years of connection was a always going to be difficult. And because a massive quantity of people didn't vote, thinking that there was no way the yes vote would win, it did. Meanwhile the people campaigning for it had absolutely no plan in advance of the vote which was why immediately after the results the leave campaign and government flailed around like headless chickens.
16 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 17:23
As a leave voter, I regularly hear our non-taxpaying countrymen claiming that if the vote was held again we would all change our minds.

Kek, not likely. The fact that the loudest voices are so out-of-touch is why the media keeps thinking we have "shock results"
17 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 17:40
>>16
NHS still not getting £350m a week.
18 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 17:56
>>17
Who cares. I'm working on an NHS contract and they spend money like it's going out of fashion. It's a bastion of inefficiency and incompetence.
19 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 18:00
>>16
Not all, but enough would change their vote due to the sheer, mind boggling quantity of verifiably false things that VoteLeave said.
20 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 18:15
>>18
I care because VoteLeave was based on lies and fear mongering and now everyone can see it.
21 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 18:26
>>1,7
I don't care about the UK anymore. They're not worth our consideration, thoughts or sympathy. They voted to leave the fucking PC state EU yet they're locking their own people up for posting anti-PC shit online. The only think the UK can accomplish anymore is burning down their own cookie cutter urban blight dwelling blocks whenever their local soccer teams loses. Even Doctor Who is now Doctor SJW.
Fuck the UK, nobody cares anymore.
22 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 18:35
I voted leave and still want to leave.

Obama coming over to the UK to tell us not to leave because we'd be put to the back of the queue on a trade deal was despicable and probably swayed a lot of people to vote leave.

Then we has Richard Branson who lives on his own desert island, telling us not to vote leave too.
23 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 18:47
Britfag reporting in. Don't give a shit.

I'm 29 and have never voted, they're gonna do what they're gonna do whether we like it or not.
24 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 18:52
I'd rather deal with empty promises than cowing to the establishment and their empty threats though.
25 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:06
>>7
Believe me when I say, and I think I’m right in speaking for all us leavers that we wanted cold, hard, “go fuck yourself” brexit. What we didn’t count on was having a Prime Minister hellbent in ensuring that we still follow EU rules, whilst out of the EU. I personally believe that May is Junker’s bitch slave
26 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:11
Who the fuck let this cuck run their country?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbCDFNRA-Wo
27 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:21
>>21
Fuck all of the UK and EU, the rest of the world needs to close the blinds on them until they find their fucking testicles and have some degree of revolution to save their absolutely obliterated cultures and wellbeing from their boomer kike government. Christ, people think America's going to shit but it's not even a fraction of the horrifying catastrophy that slowly brews in Europe.
28 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:27
>>7
More bullshit lies.

UK didn't give a crystal clear result.

England clearly said yes, but Scotland gave a crystal clear answer of NO.

Want to try again, faggot? And this time, leave the lies over at /t_d.
29 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:31
>>27
the clusterfuck in the US doesn't even compare to europe. Your president is a fucking traitor. start with that. he belives the russians over his own fucking intelligence agencies.
30 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:39
>>28
Scotland also put SNP knuckle-draggers in parliament.
31 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:46
>>28
Scotland had it's chance to leave the UK with it's own referendum before the Brexit one.

They didn't have to balls to do it, so now they're stuck with leaving the EU with the UK.

Which is pretty funny IMO.
32 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 19:59
>>7
democracy is a farce. the ruling class don't give a fuck about peoples opinions. if they don't like the results, they just say it's too complicated
and then the media wonders why right wing is on the rise in the western world...
33 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:01
If the UK government has tackled immigration which it had promised for years to do, then Brexit wouldn't have happened.

Year after year they promised to get the numbers down, and year after the year the numbers kept rising.
34 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:05
doesn't matter
election is over
deal with the results
if you don't vote, you can't get angry about the results
35 Name: [email protected] 2018-10-13 20:09
You're a tiny island with ~60 million people on it. If you want to be relevant in the future it will have to be within Europe.
36 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:15
>>35
It's odd that you'd think that relevant given that logic doesn't hold water when held up to the last few centuries of British history. This is why the remain campaign is known as project fear. All it has to offer is scaremongering.
37 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:19
>>31
I voted to leave the UK. Now I feel cucked that we're involved in this mess
38 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:21
>>35
He does not know that we are planning to invade and annexe Europe to start the holy britannian empire
39 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:24
The UK is a small island.

The NHS is on it's knees

Schools class numbers are too high

The prisons are full

Local councils can't afford to empty peoples bins.

You have to wait weeks for a doctors appointment

And still they let more people in, it's ridiculous.

Fuck off were full is the message Brexit gives.
40 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:26
mum is a paki foreigner who married my white British dad
Is a house wife, never worked a day in her life
She votes to leave
Thinks all foreigners are taking jobs
Me and dad voted stay

Is she based?
41 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:38
>>7
the number 1 google search term =by the brits= for days after the brexit vote was, 'brexit'.
those who voted were told the immigrants would be deported and the brits would have jobs.
42 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:52
>>39
And all that cheap immigrant labor in the cities is what subsidizes the existence of the rest of that pathetic country.
43 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 20:58
>>40
She escaped living in a Muslim hellhole once already, doesn't want to end up living in another one.
44 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 21:04
>>20
I care because VoteRemain lied through its teeth as well...
Politically, both sides are filled with lying self-serving scum.

A vote was offered, a vote was taken. Leave won. I am glad leave won because the EU is as corrupt as it comes.

Remember civilians NEVER voted to create the EU from the EEC, this was purely done by the political elite that is so detached from reality it is sickening. Every time it was brough to the people it was voted down. Ireland was TOLD to vote again because brussels didn't like the result, France voted no ... it goes on...

The entire Euro is a corrupt entity purely created to strip wealth from the other members.

If you think for one moment UK is alone in thinking to GTFO you are also disillusioned. The difference with the UK is the UK dared to take the extra step. France voted in Macron and look at the mess they have all because they couldn't go for LePenn. Same with NEtherlands. The EU has ruined Greece and they are trying again with Italy but the difference is their leaders despise the EU and are standing up for their people. The same with Poland and Hungary YET when democratically elected people stand up for their countrymen they are labeled racist by the corrupt EU.

The EU threatened the UK with the IRA... that is an act of war of a sovereign nation, a nation with nuclear weapons. That is just disgusting

Just look at the Strasbourg affair... wasting millions just to stoke the ego of the French. What about about Selmayr? total croynism going on there and the EU own Ombudsman said it was bad BUT nothing will be done.

Had the UK stayed in, the UK would have lost its rebate in the 2022 budget and as per the lisbon treaty all none EURO nations would need to convert by 2026. Its corrupt, its sinking and its good the UK is getting out. Hopefully it is a no deal because this "staying in by the backdoor" is disgusting.
45 Name: [email protected] 2018-10-13 21:08
>>36
If you think your golden age is coming back, you're living in a dream world. The 21st century is made up of massive blocks like the USA, China and the EU. Britain might fare well, but it won't be a player.
46 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 21:16
>>45
The average person doesn't really care about being a player. In fact, I'd rather we didn't get involved in world policing. It's worked out OK for just about every other country.
47 Name: 4ct 2018-10-13 21:23
>>42
Here is what happens.

Big businesses makes a lot of money by hiring cheap foreign labour.

Big businesses know how to avoid paying tax so the treasury misses out on the benefits.

Foreign worker sends his wages back home and the treasury misses out again, because the money is being siphoned out of the UK.
Plus the average Brit subsidises cheap labour for big businesses by paying out benefits to top up shitty salaries.
48 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 21:34
>>47
add to this... EU rules state child benefits to be paid but the kids are in other EU countries so the money gets sent to those countries.

The NHS can hardly claim usage costs from other nations
49 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 21:50
>>44
Yeah, imagine the Prime Minister telling us which box to tick. It stank.
50 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 21:56
>>16
non-taxpaying countrymen
Like Nigel Farage, Jacob Rees Mogg, Aaron Banks, George Magan, Barclay Brothers etc etc?

https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/nov/09/brexiters-put-money-offshore-tax-haven

The only people who want to leave are council estate scum who are SCARED to compete with hard-working immigrants because they know immigrants will beat them every time.

ALREADY people who owns businesses, farms etc are struggling to recruit seasonal workers. WHY? Because Brexiteers don't really want to work hard, they want an easier life.

Britain will NOT pander to uneducated, reactionary, low-iq scum who belong in the last century.
51 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 22:00
>>50
Farmers and other businesses get away with paying below average wages. It isn't a case of laziness it's because UK people are better off on benefits
52 Name: SuperFratBoyExtreme 2018-10-13 22:08
and you wonder why we call you eurocucks just look at this thread haHAHAHAHAHAHAH wait, wait eu is actually this cucked HAHAHAHAHHAHAha get fucked to death by sandniggers faggots (;
53 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 22:13
>>50
The elites have convinced you to cuck yourself for their benefit and you're eating it up. You talk about competition being a good thing yet, paradoxically, spout EU propaganda that is in absolute contravention to it. You really have no idea what you're about.
54 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 22:21
Guys you all look like a bunch of kids arguing over who is the best action figure.

It doesn't mean a fucking thing, the powerful people are gonna do what they're gonna do, no matter what you say.

I couldn't give less of a fuck about politics.
55 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 22:33
Everyone who voted had plenty of time and advice from different view points about what could happen.

The people of the UK voted to leave and because of democracy we must leave.

There are no new facts, because we haven't left yet. So it's not at all ignorant to still want to leave.
56 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 22:38
France voting no to the constitution
https://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/31/world/europe/french-no-vote-on-european-constitution-rattles-continent.html

Irish told to vote again
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/ireland/2437817/Nicolas-Sarkozy-Ireland-must-vote-again-on-EU-Lisbon-treaty.html

Overall view:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_European_Constitution_referendum
Netherlands NO etc... Bascially the people didn't want it so the political elite made it a treaty so politics could push it through

The Euro is like the old Transfer ruble stripping wealth from the satellites. The Euro might not have planned to be like that BUT that is happening
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-17/all-euros-gravitate-germany

The farce of the EU traveling circus £100m a month...
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/10565686/The-farce-of-the-EU-travelling-circus.html

EU ombudsman critisiing the breaking of rules to double promote selmayrs BUT he is still there
https://www.economist.com/europe/2018/09/06/the-eus-ombudsman-criticises-the-appointment-of-a-key-german

UK would lose the rebate if it voted to stay
https://www.politicoscope.com/uk-to-lose-eu-rebate-even-if-it-decided-to-ditch-brexit-eu-official/
57 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 22:50
>>39
Another ignorant retard who didn't pay attention in school.

FACT: Only 2.27% of Britain is built on. We are NOT full.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18623096

Educated people and remainders can see that we need workers to build our economy and maintain the infrastructure and pensions of future years.

Ignorant brexiteers want a return to Nazi Germany "blame the immigrants" attitude which will NOT solve any of our problems.
58 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 22:59
>>56
That guy is just a troll mate - this is all common knowledge. Everyone knows how undemocratic the EU is. Either that or he is absolutely smashing the establishment kool-aid and genuinely enjoys getting socially, politically and economically cucked.
59 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 23:13
>>55
Exactly

So fed up with media still telling me it's a bad idea and everyone want's to stay really. And how stupid every idea is that anyone has for a deal.

Imagine playing a game of poker with some dickheads shouting out your hand, it's unreal
60 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 23:24
We don't know shit. We have absolutely no idea what goes on in their offices and phone calls and meetings that aren't publicised, no-body can possibly know.

We also have no idea how much any of them care about us folk, but my suspicion is not a lot, like most people.

I have never, and will never give a single fuck about politics. I'll take what comes and deal with it the best I can, like everyone has always done. Cause I have absolutely no faith than any opinion I could form would make a difference.

What do all the opinions in this thread do? sod all, but everyone gets right pissy as soon as politics is mentioned cause they all have an opinion and the only use it seems to have is to be thrown in other people's faces and to kill time.
61 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-13 23:48
So how is the coming Brexit going to profit these people?
62 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 00:05
>>61
When those that they didn't elect no longer get to make rules and regulations pertaining to their country.
63 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 00:22
It isn't. Th value of our currency is already going down the shitter. The rich will be fine, the rest are gonna have a real bad time as food prices, hous prices and everything else skyrockets. Thankfully I already have my Irish passport so I can jump this sinking ship when it gets too bad. The UK has shot itself in the balls big time.
64 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 00:39
>>62
When those that they didn't elect no longer get to make rules and regulations pertaining to their country.

Who is it they didn't get to elect?
65 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 00:56
the only thing materialistic millennials and zoomers are capable of thinking of is money and how this will personally hurt their bottom line
66 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 00:56
>>64
the directly elected cannot even propose new law
bad system
67 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 01:13
The fact that this rat bailed immediately after the vote was successful says it all.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Farage
68 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 01:31
i didn't want milk prices to go up by £0.50 so i sold my country and it's sovereignty to a pan globalist undemocratic farce of a German European takeover that is trying to establish a unified military and legislature body when the original intent was to be basic trade standardisation
>>64
Do you get paid or do you do this for free?
69 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 01:48
>>61
Well, they've more niggers, kek.
70 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 02:05
>>61
So how is the coming Brexit going to profit these people?
It won't profit these particular people. However, it will profit people just like them in the who live in the EU. (Where the jobs are going.)
71 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 02:23
>>67
bailed
im going to come back if brexit doesn't go through
How do you let nigel live in your head rent free but forget that he specifically only wanted to head UKIP until the UK voted to leave the EU?
How do you make this post knowing that he's said he'll probably head UKIP again?
Makes you seem like a disingenuous leftist desperate to assassinate characters
>>70
Yea im sure the greek industry is just right on the brink of recovering after this whole brexit ordeal
Spains doing just fine, italy too.
72 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 02:40
>>61
It's not.

It's a political trap card from Cameron that backfired. Lot's of Brits actually believe they live in the 1930's and still own India and half of Africa.
EU leadership is full of twats and the European Parliament is a circus, but having a tantrum and say isolationism is going to save the day is even stupider.
73 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 02:57
>>61
EU was only supposed to be about trade, fucking socialist eurocrats had to go and fuck it up.
74 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 03:14
>>72
and say isolationism is going to save the day
consistent conservative party line has been "this will allow open trade with the world without EU interference"
Lol nice fail.
75 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 03:32
>>61
It won't benefit them, they're screwed. Every indication is that the lowest paid and working class people will be hit hardest. Brexit was a lie peddled by self-serving rich cunts who don't give a fuck about anybody but themselves and their rich friends. It never was about an issue, it was about avoiding the upcoming new EU tax regulations, and increasing the profile and political power of Farage, Johnson, and Cameron. Even May got sucked into for her own selfish power trip it even though she was for remaining.
76 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 03:49
>>71
Yea im sure the greek industry is just right on the brink of recovering after this whole brexit ordeal
Spains doing just fine, italy too.
They'll pay for your car industry. Tax breaks, land, incentives...for all them jobs? You better believe there are people (politicans) in the EU drooling at the prospect of those jobs relocating.
Get the unemployed youth to work, and tax them! You better believe that in the EU, not everyone is unhappy about brexit.
77 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 04:06
I love seeing the leftists desperately trying and failing to understand that this has nothing to do with money and is about regaining sovereignty from an extra layer of ex company CEOs in official positions making laws for people they will never even live within a thousand miles of
78 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 04:23
>>75
True and if it hurts the lowest in society the most at some point they may start backing Corbyn
79 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 04:40
>>74
It's not a party political issue. Many labour politicians are anti-Europe. Going right back to Benn, the 'hard' left were Internationalists. Ironic that they didn't consider Europe to be a step in that direction, but hey ho.
80 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 04:58
>>76
I'm sure the small pay increase these people will get out of this will comfort them as migrants begin to destroy their surroundings and culture.
81 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 05:15
>>78
Doubtful. The gutter tabloids will spin it so whatever happens is the Left's fault, somehow. Even if Corbyn is for Brexit.
82 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 05:32
>>71
How do you let nigel live in your head rent free

Ripping of Trump-memes again?

he specifically only wanted to head UKIP until the UK voted to leave the EU?

So he bailed. That's what I said.
83 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 05:49
>>77
about regaining sovereignty
This may be so, but the working man might be better off under the protections of the EU. Doing away EU 'red tape' means chipping away at hard-fought workers rights.
So the UK elite are "regaining sovereignty" to shit all over the unwashed masses.
Bye bye nhs.
84 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 06:07
>>79
What?
>>78
Nobody is going to back someone who wears tweed and hasn't had a job since the 1980s and still gets called "the working mans politician"
That fucker shows up to "socialist rallies" with red flags waving everywhere, bluehairs front and center with communist flags with the faces of mass murderers on them.
Gavin' from 'ull who has a pint at the end of the day is not going to vote for that.
85 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 06:24
>>83
The ‘working man’ was the man who voted out. Fed up of too many Poles (and soon the brown people Merkel let in) etc in his home town.

Had NHS before the EU, will have it after
86 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 06:42
>>61
It's the first step towards a White Britain policy.
87 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 06:59
>>74
Yes, re-writing all trade agreements with a larger block from scratch is always a good idea even more so when you have a stronger currency.
Most conservatives these days are functional retards, Thatcher was a cunt to the EU, but she'd never had agreed to this.
88 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 07:16
>>80
destroy their surroundings and culture.
MUH cutlure

You couldn't define what your own culture is.
89 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 07:33
>>80
I'm sure the small pay increase these people will
read up about spainish youth unemployment. That UK car industry alone holds about 900,000 jobs.
as migrants begin to destroy their surroundings and culture
Dude, the way I see it, leaving the EU keeps Europe free from pajeet and muhmad. I'll take the Arabs anyday over pakis.
90 Name: [email protected] 2018-10-14 07:51
>>61
It's not, and everyone that voted leave is either retarded or malicious. There is a very, very slim chance it could work out well - but that result would take decades to get to.
Hopefully we'll get another referendum (apparently there's more support for a second now), though I doubt it.
91 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 08:08
Brexit has a lot of similarities to leaving an abusive relationship or trying to leave a cult, like Scientology.

Yes, there were benefits for staying, but sometimes you have to do what's best for you.

There's a reason why they're making it so difficult to leave and to 'punish' the UK, exactly the same as a cult would.
92 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 08:25
>>61
Most of them will be relatively financially stable (or at least think they are) so they aren't concerned about the economical issues with Brexit.
Essentially the majority have bought into the whole sovereignty argument. They want it to go back to a strong, independent Britain, as it was when we had the Empire, which some still vaguely remember. A few are genuine "send them all back" racists, but I think it's more about sticking it to the Germans and the French.

All this is, of course, total bullshit. But they lap it up. And they don't really care that they're shafting their kids and grandkids, cos they think it will be worth it in the long run. By which time they'll be dead, so they don't really care.
93 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 08:42
>>83

"Workers rights" like women being able to get pregnant on the first day of the job and still get paid and choose to leave at any time she chooses and still has to be paid for work she didn't do.

I have no idea why you're assuming that these worker laws would never have been adopted without the EU, but i think it's just convenient for your argument for you to imply that the UK govt is incapable of "progressing" (Read: increasing government interference) workers rights even though the UK was a pioneer of workers rights in previous times so i have no idea why you'd make that assumption. (it's because you're desperately trying to find positives to the EU)

Yea bye bye NHS and it's %65-%70 of the UK budget for a country with a massive 70 million people and no end in sight to immigration.

Ironic that people who support the NHS typically also support unfettered immigration like there's just infinite money to go around but hey, that's what you get for voting in leftists for 6 years and letting them set up this stupid fucking mistake.

It would have been a good idea if they hadn't imported hundreds of thousands of foreigners who barely make NI payments.
94 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 08:59
>>73
EU was only supposed to be about trade

Post a source to back that claim up please.
95 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 09:01
>>63
house prices will go up
the truth:
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/oct/05/uk-house-prices-fell-sharply-in-september-amid-brexit-wariness
even from a lefty piece of shit paper

Considering it is something like 12x more expensive (the ratio from salary to house price) for first time buyers than it was 30 years ago, I think brexit is a good thing.

I didn't vote to join the EU, my parents/grandparents didn't vote to join the EU. The EU was allowed to slowly evolve into a dictatory piece of shit rather than staying as the "lets not let Russia bully us" trading group that it was started as.

Fuck the EU.
Fuck being Merkel's cuck.
Fuck remoaners.
96 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 09:24
>>86
It's the first step towards a White Britain policy.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6975000/naughty-good-kids-school-fun-day/

Yeah, this lot are already working hard on insuring the survival of British genetics!
97 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 09:41
>>96
Fuck The Sun actually. Can't stand the Guardian's middle-class know it all attitude. It's one of the dark shadows of the Left, or at least the neo-left, the Blairite Islington dinner party set who think they know better than the rest of us.

And yes, the Express et al are disgusting, lying pieces of shit.
98 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 09:58
Brexit is based on an illegal and lying campaign promoted by external political and financial interference, enabled by a weak, clueless and idiotic PM, Foreign Minister and, well, all the other idiot ministers
99 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 10:17
>>88
Because it's been destroyed by generations of immigrants and school curriculums that teach only "muh slavery" and "muh child workers" and "muh colonialism"
My culture is what has allowed you to be a purile shiteater on the internet you little faggot.
>>89
The spanish will hire 14-16 year olds to build cars, but i thought EU labour laws prevented that?
Youth employment has nothing to do with the high risk employment that working at a car factory entails.
I'll take the Arabs anyday over pakis.
ill take the yemanese any day over pakis
oh dude i'm guessing you don't live around foreigners
>>90
Hopefully democratic will can be subverted by simply waiting long enough
>>71
i am going to exit once i do X
does X
exits
completes his self assigned job
bailing implies leaving before the job is done
If you're going to speak english to people at least make sure you know what you're saying and what the words you're using mean.

PS: Jacob "bulldoze the green belt to house immigrants" mogg
#BASED
100 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 10:37
>>89
I'll take the Arabs anyday over pakis.
This shuts all them Brexiteers up. One day they'll be calling that place "The United Kingdomstan".
Enjoy all your curry, just keep them on that side of the channel please.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwina_Mountbatten,_Countess_Mountbatten_of_Burma - she fucked him, you know she did. Her husband liked it up the ass. IRA blew up his boat.
101 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 10:44
>>94
he's asking for sources on a "claim"
the claim being the reality of asking literally anybody who voted to be in the EU at the time of it's emergance
Wew lad talk about detached
102 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 11:01
>>73
>>94
The general intended purpose was to open trade and prevent another european war from breaking out. He's not gonna find that source anywhere, but I assure you that the vast majority of europeans were on the same page as he is now when the european project was started. Frankly I dont think that the legislative powers of the commission were thought of even by most of the original architects. sry of typos im incredibly high
103 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 11:18
>>95
The EU was allowed to slowly evolve into a dictatory piece of shit rather than staying as the "lets not let Russia bully us" trading group that it was started as.

This sentence pretty much proves that you have no idea what the EU is and where it came from. But go on, explain the "dictator" aspect of the EU.
104 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 11:35
>>77
Brexit has nothing to do with left or right, Corbyn has always been anti eu, as has most of the left of the Labour party, like Dennis Skinner.
105 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 11:52
>>101
So basically go no source. As I guessed.
106 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 12:09
>>103
the eu has always had the goal of consolidating more power for itself, not for europe but for the institution of the EU
107 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 12:26
>>95
House prices rose because Thatcher sold off the social housing stock to win votes, while artificially keeping prices high by not building enough new homes, so homeowners would have a false sense of wealth, be able to borrow more on credit cards, and lead us to the great bubble and crash. Unfortunately the labour and coalition govts which came after have kept the same policies. Now, if we did build enough house it would be a disaster because prices would fall, people would be in negative equity, credit would be less secure and everything would be devalued. Back to its actual real value, since the country was sold off piece by piece to the Arabs and latterly the Chinese.

Britain is truly fucked, it's held together by smoke and mirrors and Brexit was another kick in the teeth to ordinary working people while the rich get richer.
108 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 12:43
>>99
oh dude i'm guessing you don't live around foreigners
sadly, I'm not too familar with Arabs or Yemenese (arabs), but pakis, I know them better that you ever will.
109 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 13:00
>>91
Then you know absolutely nothing of either the UK or the EU.
As it stands, the United Kingdom is a country that relies on imports to be able to manufacture anything. We don't have much in the way of natural resources, so we rely on other countries to sell us theirs. Currently, we have deals where we can get many of those resources with minimal taxing/etc because of our membership in the EU and its Single Market. That's why even Leave campaigners want to remain in the SM - because leaving it is objectively bad.
From what we can tell right now, the Tories (current government party)'s entire plan rests on making the UK a tax haven for businesses in an attempt to entice them to stay, or even move. Which isn't likely to succeed, as if they were in somewhere within the EU, like Belgium, they would have better access to the SM without having to pay excess tariffs and whatnot. So businesses are likely to actually HQ their euro business in the EU.

What's laughable is that the UK was next in turn to head the EU, to be in a position to actively and effectively influence the direction of the EU to benefit us, and Europe. But no, they had to incite a movement to leave the EU and forsake that opportunity because "it might be better, maybe, i guess". Literally all of the leave campaign's selling points have been either proven as total lies or intentionally misleading.

It would have been a much better idea to at least stick with the EU for a few more years, see if we could have made any beneficial changes, rather than throw everything away because someone's grandpa thinks there's not enough whites in Britain or whatever misguided bullshit they're being fed.
110 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 13:18
>>98
THAT ONE BUUUUUUUUS!!!!
THAT ONE BUS CHANGED IT ALL!!!
STOP THE VOTE! SOMEONE DROVE A BUS AROUND WITH INCORRECT NUMBERS!
111 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 13:34
>>105
I post some link to something
you find some random thing to pick as a reason as to my "source" is incorrect.
Listen you little cunt, my mum voted in the 1st EU referendum do you want me to go ask her dumb cunt?
EU was sold as a trade standardisation agreement where trade laws would be made standard for easier and quicker trade.
If you imply anything else you are a historical revisionist.
112 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 13:51
>>61
LMAO! WE are completely fucked.

Most capable people i know are in flamingo mode due to the fact that we can't do much until there's an active choice presented to us.

atm, Theresa May-not and the party do what the fuck they want. She's the daughter of a vicar; it's the girl that can't connect with about 60% of voters - she visibly rage quits difficult questions; it is a live cringe feed each time she speaks.

Fuck knows what's happening, I have a solid job so I'll ride out the storm. Lower classes to lower-middle classes will suffer.
113 Name: RedCream 2018-10-14 14:09
British are less socialist than your average European person.

A clash became inevitable between them.
114 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 14:26
>>61
It was never about profit..
It was about control and wresting it away from those who are undemocratic or have no idea of our way of life, values and morals.
I love Europeans, but fuck them and their shameful ways (govs!)
Are are bad enough but with zero accountability within eu ruling framework you can shove that lot up your shitter...
115 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 14:43
>>109
Literally all of the leave campaign's selling points have been either proven as total lies or intentionally misleading.
Worth repeating.
116 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 15:00
>>112
Jezza will tax you more mate when he gets in, in the Brexit aftermath , you may not be as safe as you think

Could all end up a bit Venezuela (worse case scenario).
117 Name: [email protected] 2018-10-14 15:17
Britain will fall because it has to fall.
118 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 15:34
>>113
It's hard to be socialist when your country is filled with shitskins who hate you and refused to integrate like they should have
119 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 15:51
>>114
That's the Big Lie. You bought it, you moron.
120 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 16:08
>>115
If you're into propaganda.
121 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 16:26
>>73
Typical Right-bias from the remaining Brexiteers.

Old people in the UK should be shot, they're hopelessly bitter that young people have so much fun nowadays.

When Brexit happens skilled scientific workforce are moving to the EU - I've lost 40% Laboratory capability. Selling lab, moving to EU, they can have my taxes now.
122 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 16:43
>>73
This = truth.

From an economic bloc to ramming foreign values down our throats with legislation we have no vote on.
Fuck EU. Sooner the project fails the better we will all be to srand or fall on our own two feet.
123 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 16:49
>>119
sovereignty and control over who gets to pass laws you live under is a big lie
Good to know that it's easy to spot globalist drones
124 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 17:06
The only conclusion is the majority of Britain’s voters are of low IQ as they voted to make themselves poorer
125 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 17:24
>>75
You have no idea sir...
If cameron peddled this brexit lie, why did he shit himself the very day the reult came in...?
Tge mandate of the eu orojectbis self protection, even if that means cutting limbs loose. Fuck em
126 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 17:41
>>118
The UK has become the last point stop in the Economic immigration sewage (peeps wanting more cash), that flows through Europe. I'm sure France is helping them sneak in to help out their own Calais border.
127 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 17:58
>>121
i tooootally own a lab dude
ok man
Old people in the UK should be shot, they're hopelessly bitter that young people have so much fun nowadays.
IM HAVING SO MUCH FUN
LOOK AT HOW MUCH FUN IM HAVING
*thinks daily about killing other human beings because of perceived slights*
US YOUNG PEOPLE ARE HAVING SOOO MUCH FUN
YEA I RUN A LAB AND YOU'D THINK THAT'D BE HARD WORK BUT NOT IT'S A BREEZE
You're fooling fucking nobody pal.
>>124
I love you materialistic drones and your unending jewish inspired coveting of more money for luxary items that will distract you from self improvement.
128 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 18:15
>>114
our way of life, values and morals.
Yeah because we were so fucking enlightened, we didn't need the Charter of Fundamental Rights or the European Convention on Human Rights. We're going down the shitter if we leave, Watch all your fundamental rights disappear; watch workplace health and safety be undermined so the rich can increase their profit margins; watch equality legislation disappear. Back to the dark ages.
129 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 18:33
>>80

Too fucking late mate.

Living in Plymouth i barely recognise the place now, and if i was blind all i would hearbus nigger babble around every corner, may as well be the fucking third world.
130 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 18:50
>>124
"Think of how stupid the average person is. Then remember that half of them are more stupid than that."

George Carlin.
131 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 19:08
>>129
As bad as it is now, it would be worse in the future without Brexit.
132 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 19:25
>>129

Plymouth was always a shithole, even when it was mostly whites. Dumbfuck local yokels and their retard matelow offspring.
133 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 19:42
>>128
we didn't need the Charter of Fundamental Rights
Which was based on older English/french laws already in practice!
European Convention on Human Rights.
Which only has about 3 or 4 addendums to the UN human rights convention which is what it's actually based on (and the UN convention on human rights is based off of, again, english equality laws passed in previous centuries!)
Remember who founded the UN you dumb cunt. it didn't materialise out of nowhere like im sure they teach you in hellscape schools now these days, it was formed out of the UK and France who brought their CULTURE of EQUALITY to the WORLD by founding the UN which is currently being lost to IMMIGRANTS who do not SHARE the same BELIEFS as the majority of EUROPEANS.
134 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 19:59
>>128
Hahaha
Listen, i admired people who stood up for workers rights when we were shocing kids up chimneys, now adays unuions et el are more xoncerned whether there is fully stocked first aid kit on site and if not, stike!
Bottom line: itll be UKs choice not those cunts who lost ww2.
135 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 20:16
>>61 Already rich bureaucrats not profiting from the EU IS the profit for those people.
136 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 20:33
Someone has posted a good point though that most Brits, especially the liberal side, try to avoid. UK cultural segregation practices have fuelled this a lot. No one was trying to get on our integrate. We just ignored it for years and now we scream!

The cultural segregation in the UK is creating a shift in mentality. In some areas you're faced with Crazy Spasticated Crying Muslims, curry flavoured ofc, trying to implement shia/shitea/Shiterea (no idea how it's written) law.

I'm UK born, I'm coloured, i look Indian, peeps like Indian folks here (honestly thank fuck), also posh Brit accent changes the expectation of anyone i talk to - visible change in attitude once they hear our culture spilling forth from mouth.
137 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 20:50
>>132
As an opinion, thats fair enough, but the last thirty years has pretty much destroyed what WAS ours.
138 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 21:07
>>133
We might disagree over the details but you're not fundamentally wrong. But do you really think our govt won't take the opportunity to dismantle every piece of pro-worker and pro-freedom legislation it can, to increase the profits of the rich?

And re your last comment about immigration, if we stop EU immigration we're going to need to open the doors to more Commonwealth immigration. We're going to get more fucking muslims, and less whites.
139 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 21:24
>>127

LMAO you screaming retard. I do run a lab idiot. Haha, don't cry about it mate!

Why are you so desperate to make it not true!??

The older generation are already being ignored thanks. Finally we can see how stupid the rhetoric is and there is already a wave of resentment.

Don't spit out your tea you spanner?

Also... ask me lab things! Lab work in the UK is the most chilled job I've ever had. Get into it for an easy well paid life.
140 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 21:41
>>136
This simply isnt true.
New labours insudious xosying with brussels allowed the wonderdul practise of multiculturalism (which still prevails) and proceeded to ram you fuckers down our throats and evey time someone said a word we were/still are accused of racism.
Example = Rotherham!?!
My own opinion is no longer legal in UK making this equal to thought police state right now.
The change won't solve our problems, but at least we will be able to make our own decisions now.
141 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 22:00
>>133
I appreciate your sage.

If conservative though? There is no plan, no thing, no assurance this will be ok.

I do think Europe is now trying to scam us. I'm left wing but 'The Corby Show' is not really doing it for me.
142 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 22:19
>>138
stop EU immigration
Never said that at any point.
And no, we don't need immigrants, that's a labour party attempt to destroy British cultural identity by destroying the English ethnicity and then every other UK ethnicity.
And modern "pro worker" laws are out of hand these days anyway, these worker laws you talk about are things like "paying secretaries the same amount of money as people doing hard labor" and other interference policies designed to enforce "equality" in areas it has no place being.
Also the EU is not pro freedom, it is by design anti freedom as it is a legislative body designed specifically to tell you what you can and can't do.
There is literally no aspect about the EU that grants you freedom that you otherwise wouldn't have out of the EU.
It is the exact opposite.
143 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 22:20
>>139
Nice spacing you should go back to the reddit front page of some site better suited to your cancer posting style
>>141
Backing up my reddit theory this guy doens't even know what a sage is.
Im not responding to you bait level posts anymore bugman.
144 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 22:37
>>141
But it will at least be on our own terms, succeed or fail...
As for corbyn, when he covered up the Islington child sex ring i couldn't look him in the eyes since.
Very dengerous fella.
145 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 22:54
>>139
Lab work in the UK is the most chilled job I've ever had
I've lost 40% Laboratory capability. Selling lab, moving to EU,
MAYBE YOU WOULDN'T HAVE TO SELL YOUR LAB IF YOU ACTUALLY DID MORE WORK AND HIRED LESS STAFF WHO SIT AROUND BEING "CHILLED???"
I bet you take in ridiculous amounts of govt subsidies and also had your student loans subsidised by the govt, just fucking typical.
Stupid, dumb, university scum!
146 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 23:11
>>140
This simply isnt true.
New labours insudious xosying [cosying?] with brussels allowed the wonderdul practise of multiculturalism (which still prevails) and proceeded to ram you fuckers down our throats and evey time someone said a word we were/still are accused of racism.

'You fuckers'; sorry mate, are you for real? Bit Karl Pilkio isn't it? The comedy is the amount of finding I've raised for the UK in taxed IP.

My own opinion is no longer legal in UK making this equal to thought police state right now.

Well, your opinion is probably still spoken but there are enough people about to kick your teeth in so no problem chap! I've seen it about six times this weekend regarding racism. The racists are always chased away. 'Not very British' is the chant. Shame I'm the Brit now and you're just a waste of space not doing much for anyone around them...
147 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 23:28
>>146
You're not even trying to shitpost anymore that last half of your post was just rambling
148 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-14 23:45
>>61
The left:
Omg, why to right wingers only care about profit??!? #resistcapitalism
Omg Catalonia!!! Governments that oppose secession movements are biggoted oppressors!
Omg why do right wingers demonize other nations to justify their own imperial ambitions??!!
Also the left:
Omg, why aren't these people thinking about profit?!!? Don't they know what their own intrests are???!
Omg Britain!!! People that support secession movements are bigotted oppressors!
Omg, what about RUSSIA and CHINA?!!!!!!!??!?, we need an unaccountable superstate to counter their unaccountable superstates!!!
149 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 00:03
>>145
Haha, this is great!

MAYBE YOU WOULDN'T HAVE TO SELL YOUR LAB IF YOU ACTUALLY DID MORE WORK AND HIRED LESS STAFF WHO SIT AROUND BEING "CHILLED???"
It's chilled work; I'm not going to explain how my model works (it's the money maker) but it makes BANK! If you are too stupid or uneducated to do the same don't sit screaming like a spastic child at someone more successful than you... Especially over the internet.

I bet you take in ridiculous amounts of govt subsidies and also had your student loans subsidised by the govt, just fucking typical.
Stupid, dumb, university scum!
Nope, all paid in full. The trick is to create something people need in abundance at the cutting edge of technology. That's what makes money; never build a business model on subsidies etc, it'll collapse one day. Build to never be at the mercy of anyone!

Why did you make this bet? People who bet so frivolously usually sound stupid off the starting block.
150 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 00:20
>>149
absolute tide of generic non specific business man statements about being a success
Yea dude i really believe you
151 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 00:37
>>147
it was! But I'm still Sunday snoozing so not much is sense until i crawl to the kitchen.

This place is just fun to say and hear any opinion from all sides without fear of repercussion. Don't take it so personally! The only thing that really counts is the power of the vote.
152 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 00:54
>>150
I'm not sure it matters? I'm living it, you're trying to say is not real... I think you're wasting your life away being hung up on trivial shit. Get off the dole and be somebody! I'm not sure why i should care if you believe me??

Got something less spastic society. (God bless those folks).
153 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 01:11
>>151
Nothing you have said in any, way, shape or form, proves in the slightest degree that you actually own or run a lab.
154 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 01:28
>>153
but why am i proving it? What does it matter to me?

I'm glad if you don't believe me you see. The less you want to believe me the happier i am the way you are.

Get off benefits and try and do something useful chap?
155 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 01:45
>>146
Yeah perhaps a bit.
For me its never been about colour.
I worked away to dispell that shit (my old man was nf) and unfirtunately all insaw was confirmationbthat by and large he was right. Sad but true.
So apols for that!
But lets be clear, when i cant say a 'word' for fear of self justified violence or prison: shits gone far too wrong...

Same on tax fella, by my last count ive paid 500k (IT contractor) in and never had a vote go my way (ex brexit!) So feeling agrieved is now what i do. And rightfully I might add.

I also note that as a brit you are also judgmental in your assumptions on things you know nithing about, like the fucking rest of us you self righteous prick...
Cause your darker skinned means fuck all and the sooner you get that the better...
156 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 02:02
>>61

There's more to taking back your country than making profit, you fucking Jew.
157 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 02:19
>>61 Something about stopping the rapist immigrant hordes?
158 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 02:36
>>124
The only conclusion is the majority of Britain’s voters are of low IQ as they voted to make themselves poorer
voters are of low IQ as they voted to make themselves poorer
voters are of low IQ
at least one thing that they have in common with 'muricans
159 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 02:53
>>155
>>146
Yeah perhaps a bit.
For me its never been about colour.
I worked away to dispell that shit (my old man was nf) and unfirtunately all insaw was confirmationbthat by and large he was right. Sad but true.
So apols for that!
But lets be clear, when i cant say a 'word' for fear of self justified violence or prison: shits gone far too wrong...
Yes agreed, I was merely Saber rattling. The issue is the conversation isn't British anymore, one side is screaming at the other and people naturally freak out on all sides due to tone. The madness that always follows is ridiculous racial-anti-racial-racism that i if i was to map the Model I'd need a supercomputer to tell me what the fuck just happened in ten seconds to cause people to act like psychopaths.

Same on tax fella, by my last count ive paid 500k (IT contractor) in and never had a vote go my way (ex brexit!) So feeling agrieved is now what i do. And rightfully I might add.

I'm ahead of you by about £1m :D (Paye only not business tax) - Materials Sciences (just ridiculous cash if you know what to design), I'm guessing your IP is coding? My IP is sold to the Taxpayer at a discounted rate (40% off selling it to a US firm, who might i add will shelf most of it to make their own shit sell better regardless of performance). Several of them generate flowing cash into the UK budget.

I also note that as a brit you are also judgmental in your assumptions on things you know nithing about, like the fucking rest of us you self righteous prick...
More Saber rattling! I meant some of it but in this place i have no mercy to give.

Cause your darker skinned means fuck all and the sooner you get that the better...
It's not my rhetoric I'm repeating! You're complaining at the responses i get from people around me.

let's get this straight, i don't need anything really. I'm just here for fun.
160 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 03:10
>>120
When did easily confirmed fact become propaganda?

Name a leave campaign assertion and I'll find you the factual evidence of its falsehood.
161 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 03:27
>>160
Brussels will no longer make the rules that British people live by...
162 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 03:45
>>93
Barely make NI payments
Majority of EU immigrants engage in work and put more into the UK economy than they take out.

The latest findings estimate that recent immigrants from the 10 countries that joined the EU in 2004 (mainly eastern European) contributed £1.12 for every £1 received. Those from the rest of the EU put in £1.64 for every £1.
163 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 04:02
What happened to
Fuck the system!
Fight the man!
Resist!
?
Oh, I see, these things only apply when "The system" is ideas that you don't like and that don't benefit you. When your ideology reigns, its
Listen and Obey
Well let's take a look at what your system has accomplished for the world:
Gender relations at their worst in nearly every western nation, despite the male populus being more tolerant than ever
Race relations at their worst in nearly every western nation, despite the white populus being more tolerant than ever
Black-white wealth gap in the US greater now than under segregation
Proportion of intact US black families lower now than under segregation
Proportion of US blacks in prison greater now than under segregation
Mass surveilence and bulk data collection under the guise of fighting "domestic right wing terror" and "policing hate" in every western nation
Western universities banning research into "uncomfortable topics" such as the impact of transition surgery on trans suicide
Venezeulan collapse
South Africa on the verge of collapse
Chinese/Islamic neocolonialism in Africa
Literally where do I end?

Ofc the British establishment is infested with this shit too, but increasing the number of indepently operating geopolitical actors increases the possibilities for those trying to implement systems that actually work
Switzerland
Singapore
Japan
S.Korea
Norway
Increasingly V4
Wouldn't the world be so much better if these nations were just replaced with more
Diversity is our strenght
Oppresion
Privilege
Systemic institutions of intersectional cishetnormative whiteness
pseudo-theocracies? It only takes one nation to do things right, everyone else will follow when they see what works. Small, homogeneous, independent nation states work, and the entire world can see it. Your "privileged", "oppressive", "imperialistic", etc days are numbered.
164 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 04:19
>>162
Yes, and when it was mainly "Eastern Europeans", public opinion was in support of the EU. But now that that some EU nations have enacted effective open-border policies, and that this provides a backdoor for unlimited numbers of literally whos to go literally anywhere, public opinion has changed.

Funny how you have to chose white migrants to make your point though... Could that be some kind of unconcious bias seeping through? Perhaps you should work on unlearning your own racism before lecturing others.
165 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 04:36
>>164
I thought we were talking about the EU, meanwhile nobody has enacted any open border policies. Non EU immigrants are still subject to the same restrictions as they have been for decades. And even if you add ALL immigrants since as far back as records for all this was available, ALL IMMIGRANTS put more in than they take out.

Public opinion can change and still be wrong.
166 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 04:57
>>165
ALL IMMIGRANTS put more in than they take out.
But they talk funny
Eat funny
Smell funny
and make me feel like a loser
167 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 05:14
>>121
Old people in the UK should be shot
they're hopelessly bitter
You should get a job in a cinema. You're great at projecting.
168 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 05:16
>>98
an illegal and lying campaign
conveniently forgetting Project Fear and the intervention of Mark Carney FFS
There's your lying and illegality, kid.
169 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 05:33
>>124
Ah, that old "insulting your opponents" trick. Never fails to win both arguments and votes, amirite?
170 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 05:50
>>61
It won't, because those idiots had no idea what they were voting for, which is why they keep screaming 'get out NOW', which displays a fundamental ignorance of what leaving the EU actually meant, and if you try to convince them of how wromg they were, they keep repeating 'project fear' mantras and shouting 'Remoaner' until they're blue in the face
171 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 06:08
>>161
Brussels never made the rules we live by. They made guidelines that may or may not have been adopted, but nothing they've suggested be do has been put into force unless we agreed to it on principle
172 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 06:25
>>61
Brexit will ruin the country. It has already caused innumerable issues, yet every brexiteer replies with
"BE QUIET REMOANER"
173 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 06:42
U.K. would have voted to stay if Merkel hadn’t let all those rapefugees in
174 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 07:00
>>73
http://www.acasefortreason.co.uk/fco-30-1048/
"18. That the Community within its present limitations should present little challenge to national sovereignty is perhaps inevitable; but it will be in British interests after accession to encourage the development of the Community towards an effectively harmonised economic, fiscal and monetary system and fairly close and consistent foreign and defence policy....This is a far distant prospect; but as members of the Community our major interests may lie in its progressive development since it is only when Western Europe of which we shall be a part can realise its full potential as a political as well as economic unit that we shall derive full benefits from membership. "
FCO 30/1048 Legal and Constitutional Implications of Entry into the EEC (1971)
175 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 07:17
>>174
Yes that was the fine print, go back and look at how it was actually sold to the public during the referendum
176 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 07:34
>>172
Brexit won't ruin shit, It's our government that will.
177 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 07:51
>>175
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-36367246
Britain voted by a margin of two-to-one to stay in the European Economic Community, as the EU was then known, in a 1975 referendum. How many of the things the defeated Out campaign were warning about have come true?
178 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 08:08
>>177
Ah yes, the BBC. The official Remoaner broadcaster. Reliable source
179 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 08:26
>>178
No source to the contrary.
180 Name: Anonymous 2018-10-15 09:02

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