View Poll Results: 10 days left, what'll it be?

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  • Hard Brexit (crash out)

    45 48.91%
  • No Brexit (Remain by revoking A50)

    24 26.09%
  • Withdrawal Agreement (after a new session is called)

    0 0%
  • Extension + Withdrawal Agreement

    3 3.26%
  • Extension + Crashout

    9 9.78%
  • Extension + Remain

    11 11.96%
  1. #19001
    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    Tick tock... are you copying dribbles, or is he copying you?
    Now you're copying him... clearly everyone here is just dribbles talking to himself.

  2. #19002
    Quote Originally Posted by Shalcker View Post
    Now you're copying him... clearly everyone here is just dribbles talking to himself.
    I'm just curious why you both have an identical passion for ellipsis and Russia, almost feels like you might be related?

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  3. #19003
    Quote Originally Posted by Fuiking View Post
    Dribbles is either: 1) a massive *russian* troll . 2) a massive fascist 3) Or has no knowledge about history or 4) loves to troll us majorly.
    Sorry eurochums but British people always have felt more respect, fondness and affinity for countries outside the EU Axis. Just to put your mind at rest, no one is more English than me and though it is often said by Americans "we would be talking German if it wasn't for them" that statement is just as true if it were not for Russia and their sacrifice.

    Some of us remember that and them not only on one rainy Sunday in November. If only they stopped their naughty Novichokking of Salisbury and suchlike things could be even better.

    And that viewpoint makes me a Russian troll?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    I'm just curious why you both have an identical passion for ellipsis and Russia, almost feels like you might be related?
    Three dots are just three dots... Meanwhile back in euroland, but could've been said by any Brexiteer, mainstream EU politicians say :-

    "We don't want anything to do with Merkel and Macron who have destroyed this union."

    https://twitter.com/LeaveEUOfficial/...23424925016064

    Now that sounds like a good European I can agree with! But but oh no, source is fox news am I now accused of being American?

  4. #19004
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Meanwhile back in euroland, but could've been said by any Brexiteer, mainstream EU politicians say :-

    "We don't want anything to do with Merkel and Macron who have destroyed this union."

    https://twitter.com/LeaveEUOfficial/...23424925016064

    Now that sounds like a good European I can agree with! But but oh no, source is fox news am I now accused of being American?
    If Salvini is mainstream politician, then I am a piece of Blue Wensleydale.

  5. #19005
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Sorry eurochums but British people always have felt more respect, fondness and affinity for countries outside the EU Axis.
    If you stopped the Nazi references then you might be seen as somebody worth talking with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Sorry eurochums but British people always have felt more respect, fondness and affinity for countries outside the EU Axis. Just to put your mind at rest, no one is more English than me and though it is often said by Americans "we would be talking German if it wasn't for them" that statement is just as true if it were not for Russia and their sacrifice.

    Some of us remember that and them not only on one rainy Sunday in November. If only they stopped their naughty Novichokking of Salisbury and suchlike things could be even better.

    And that viewpoint makes me a Russian troll?



    Three dots are just three dots... Meanwhile back in euroland, but could've been said by any Brexiteer, mainstream EU politicians say :-

    "We don't want anything to do with Merkel and Macron who have destroyed this union."

    https://twitter.com/LeaveEUOfficial/...23424925016064

    Now that sounds like a good European I can agree with! But but oh no, source is fox news am I now accused of being American?
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  7. #19007
    Here is a nice little opinium graph showing the peril democracy denying remainers face and the growth in favour of a no deal...

    February 2019

    Delay/Cancel Brexit 49%
    Go for a no deal 38%

    May 2019

    Delay/Cancel Brexit 45%
    Go for no deal 46%



    OK it's just one poll, so how about another from comres...

    Tories may end up with just two MPs in Parliament.

    But the truly astonishing finding of our poll is the 89% of Brexit Party voters who say they would pick Mr Farage in a General Election.


    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politi...nigel-16165569

    And that's from the pro remain mirror! Only a few days now until the majority speak once again. That deserves a Tickety Tock

  8. #19008
    Quote Originally Posted by Butler to Baby Sloths View Post
    If you stopped the Nazi references then you might be seen as somebody worth talking with.
    I wager he will be the last generation thinking it's funny. I think a lot of British people actually cringe at it as much as everyone else does. It goes so far that anytime I'm in the UK and meet new people, I can tell they want to ask questions about WW2 but are uncomfortable talking about it to a German. They think I might actually jump in their face or something, kinda like the Fawlty Towers skit. It's unfortunate, because I think history is highly interesting, especially when you have access to other perspectives.

    For instance, Germans aren't really shown how much damage was inflicted to Britain. Oh, we know about the Battle of Britain, but aside from "Oh, and a few V2s flew over there and basically it was a nonsense idea to begin with..." there's much more talk about France, the Russian border and of course our favourite (/s) topic in school: The Holocaust.
    Last edited by Slant; 2019-05-18 at 10:01 PM.
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  9. #19009
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Tories may end up with just two MPs in Parliament.

    But the truly astonishing finding of our poll is the 89% of Brexit Party voters who say they would pick Mr Farage in a General Election.


    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politi...nigel-16165569

    And that's from the pro remain mirror! Only a few days now until the majority speak once again. That deserves a Tickety Tock
    But the majority won't be able to choose Farage in a GE, because he won't be standing in their constituency. He would also have to resign as MEP to take a seat in Westminster.

  10. #19010
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Here is a nice little opinium graph showing the peril democracy denying remainers face and the growth in favour of a no deal...

    February 2019

    Delay/Cancel Brexit 49%
    Go for a no deal 38%

    May 2019

    Delay/Cancel Brexit 45%
    Go for no deal 46%



    OK it's just one poll, so how about another from comres...

    Tories may end up with just two MPs in Parliament.

    But the truly astonishing finding of our poll is the 89% of Brexit Party voters who say they would pick Mr Farage in a General Election.


    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politi...nigel-16165569

    And that's from the pro remain mirror! Only a few days now until the majority speak once again. That deserves a Tickety Tock
    Ladies and gentlemen, once again dribbles makes demands about "democracy" as he links a poll that shows the people that want a no-deal Brexit are in the minority. Utter lack of self awareness, simple lack of intelligence? Or is he just so used to the people that he talks to not being able to see through his threadbare positions?

    3/10 dribbles. Must try harder.
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  11. #19011
    Quote Originally Posted by Slant View Post
    I wager he will be the last generation thinking it's funny. I think a lot of British people actually cringe at it as much as everyone else does. It goes so far that anytime I'm in the UK and meet new people, I can tell they want to ask questions about WW2 but are uncomfortable talking about it to a German. They think I might actually jump in their face or something, kinda like the Fawlty Towers skit. It's unfortunate, because I think history is highly interesting, especially when you have access to other perspectives.

    For instance, Germans aren't really shown how much damage was inflicted to Britain. Oh, we know about the Battle of Britain, but aside from "Oh, and a few V2s flew over there and basically it was a nonsense idea to begin with..." there's much more talk about France, the Russian border and of course our favourite (/s) topic in school: The Holocaust.
    I remember my Dad telling my that when he in the scouts they went on a tour all around Europe. They ended up being in Berlin i think it was on the west side and they having drinks in one off the bars. There was a huge fight and one off the old German chaps said he coming back with a gun to shoot them all because he had relatives in Dresden and wanted to kill as many English as he could. My Dad and the others made a hastily retreat. This was back in 1967. I remember my dad telling me this story when i was like ten years old or something. I never really understood it back then and it only really made sense to me when i ended up reading Slaughter house Five by Kurt Vonnegut probably ten years or so ago, tremendous novel i will add.

    My father was born in 1946, guess you could say one off those baby boomers, i just found the story very sad as he and his mates had nothing to do with the war and yet were being targeted for just be English.

    I suppose healing takes time and events like Dresden should not, can not be forgotten.

  12. #19012
    Quote Originally Posted by sircaw View Post
    I remember my Dad telling my that when he in the scouts they went on a tour all around Europe. They ended up being in Berlin i think it was on the west side and they having drinks in one off the bars. There was a huge fight and one off the old German chaps said he coming back with a gun to shoot them all because he had relatives in Dresden and wanted to kill as many English as he could. My Dad and the others made a hastily retreat. This was back in 1967. I remember my dad telling me this story when i was like ten years old or something. I never really understood it back then and it only really made sense to me when i ended up reading Slaughter house Five by Kurt Vonnegut probably ten years or so ago, tremendous novel i will add.

    My father was born in 1946, guess you could say one off those baby boomers, i just found the story very sad as he and his mates had nothing to do with the war and yet were being targeted for just be English.

    I suppose healing takes time and events like Dresden should not, can not be forgotten.
    To be fair, the main reason it shouldn't be forgotten is so dipshits don't get the idea they can get away with genocide or picking a fight with the entire bloody continent. Yes, AfD, I'm talking to you. :P
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  13. #19013
    Quote Originally Posted by Slant View Post
    To be fair, the main reason it shouldn't be forgotten is so dipshits don't get the idea they can get away with genocide or picking a fight with the entire bloody continent. Yes, AfD, I'm talking to you. :P
    You seem to enjoy picking a fight with Britain.

    Historically your nation tries to kill everyone in Europe every thirty years or so, which means you are "due" given when reunification happened. I've never trusted you people, you should have never been allowed to form a single nation again. The afd just state openly what the rest of you will eventually go along with.

  14. #19014
    Quote Originally Posted by snothlord View Post
    You seem to enjoy picking a fight with Britain.

    Historically your nation tries to kill everyone in Europe every thirty years or so, which means you are "due" given when reunification happened. I've never trusted you people, you should have never been allowed to form a single nation again. The afd just state openly what the rest of you will eventually go along with.
    Wow, big words from such a little account... :P

    Come on, you just got warmed up, don't waste the little time you have until the 50/50 chance of a banhammer hits your ass.
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  15. #19015
    Quote Originally Posted by Slant View Post
    Wow, big words from such a little account... :P

    Come on, you just got warmed up, don't waste the little time you have until the 50/50 chance of a banhammer hits your ass.
    Yes and it will then take me a further 10 seconds to set up another account.

    How long will it take you and your countrymen to install the Third Reich on some pretext?

  16. #19016
    Ah the joys of middle england education. Still blaming the Germans for first world war when it was a complex situation where blame was shared.

  17. #19017
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Sorry eurochums but British people always have felt more respect, fondness and affinity for countries outside the EU Axis.
    Could you not have the arrogance to think you can speak for all British people, please? Thanks. And stop saying shit like "EU Axis", it makes you look even more retarded than your regular posts do.

    Quote Originally Posted by Butler to Baby Sloths View Post
    If you stopped the Nazi references then you might be seen as somebody worth talking with.
    Also this.
    Often updated... ?

  18. #19018
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Could you not have the arrogance to think you can speak for all British people, please? Thanks. And stop saying shit like "EU Axis", it makes you look even more retarded than your regular posts do.


    Also this.
    I am not purporting to speak only for all British people but share the same view as 100's of millions of EU citizens continent wide. Please don't belittle that many people. Ask the ordinary impoverished Greek people, ask the debt ridden for life average Italian people, ask the EE nations/the Visegrad group, and so on what they really think of and those who hold the true power in the EU.

    This fallacy of EU unity as it falls apart before our eyes is quite ridiculous.

    And as for WW2 I'll give you an anecdote as to why a few mad men anointed somewhere in Europe will never succeed in ruling a continent.

    I lived in France for a few years on and off and I asked a now life long French friend why the English are only tolerated there rather than welcomed with open arms. His response was that it is hard to be 100% comfortable, even now, with countrymen whose ancestors participated in the 100 year war. That finished between England and France in 1453 ffs. The idea that, in comparison, recent events and those responsible for WW2 and their descendents will ever be totally forgiven in my lifetime, my children's lifetimes and my childrens childrens lifetime is total nonsense. Perhaps in 500 years as in my French/English example and memories fade through many generations we will tolerate each other once again.

    Just as an aside from all that perhaps you can help me out here. I hear rumours Juncker is on his way out as our EU President, is that true? Who is the new one, has that even been decided yet and by who? Will we find out before he or her addresses the continent from a podium as the anointed EU leader? Does anyone get to vote for the new President?

    I think it was the late great Tony Benn who once said that if ordinary people don't have the power to remove and elect their leader they don't live in a democracy.

    I am glad I do. Can you say the same eurochums?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    .....
    Just as an aside from all that perhaps you can help me out here. I hear rumours Juncker is on his way out as our EU President, is that true? Who is the new one, has that even been decided yet and by who? Will we find out before he or her addresses the continent from a podium as the anointed EU leader? Does anyone get to vote for the new President?

    I think it was the late great Tony Benn who once said that if ordinary people don't have the power to remove and elect their leader they don't live in a democracy.

    I am glad I do. Can you say the same eurochums?
    Each new President is nominated by the European Council and formally elected by the European Parliament, for a five-year term.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presid...ean_Commission

    in this case PM Cameron was part of nomination (last election of Juncker was before PM May took office) and MEPs agreed. if Cameron was against it and Farage too: sucks to be british, you were overruled by democracy.
    and by the way: nobody elected PM Cameron or May directly; happens in other countries too with their heads of government.

  20. #19020
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Just as an aside from all that perhaps you can help me out here. I hear rumours Juncker is on his way out as our EU President, is that true? Who is the new one, has that even been decided yet and by who? Will we find out before he or her addresses the continent from a podium as the anointed EU leader? Does anyone get to vote for the new President?
    The President of the EU is recommended by the European Council (i.e. the heads of member states - for example you voted for Theresa May's voice on the Council) and voted on by the European Parliament (i.e. the people the you will be voting for next week). The nomination and confirmatory vote happens after the European Elections.
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