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  1. 1. Should the UK remain a member of the EU

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1 hour ago, Pistonbroke said:

Christ, you are so funny.

 

Claiming I'm right wing is the equivalent of someone saying you're a literal genius. You clearly don't follow economics if you are not aware that Lithuania is on the up and classed as a high income country. You then claim it is down to them spending your cash, Silly me, I never realised the Uk are the only country who pay into the EU and don't receive any money for projects in its own poor areas, as I said, your stupidity holds no bounds. 

But other rhan that?

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3 hours ago, Gnasher said:

Good luck to em. I hope they get fair treatment if they try to disobey the EU in rejecting privatisation and narrowing the social gap.  Recent history from Greece proves the EU dosnt take kindly to a government  that helps poor people.

 

 

  Not that the EU would receive any form of critique on here as the loss of the Greek socialist party proved.

They have had support and congratulations from the EU for reversing austerity for the last few years.  You never noticed at the time; you were too busy cheerleading the fucking Lega to pay any attention. 

(Scroll back a few months if you want to go over this one again. )

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37 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

They have had support and congratulations from the EU for reversing austerity for the last few years.  You never noticed at the time; you were too busy cheerleading the fucking Lega to pay any attention. 

(Scroll back a few months if you want to go over this one again. )

Bask in your neo con bullshit angry, carry on kid, hope it makes you feel good.

 

https://www.spectator.co.uk/2018/10/a-greek-tragedy-how-the-eu-is-destroying-a-country/

 

The above link is from a paper more right wing than this forum.

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14 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

Bask in your neo con bullshit angry, carry on kid, hope it makes you feel good.

 

https://www.spectator.co.uk/2018/10/a-greek-tragedy-how-the-eu-is-destroying-a-country/

 

The above link is from a paper more right wing than this forum.

Yeah... anti-reality insults and deflection instead of admitting that your assumption that the EU and neoliberalism are the same thing is just flat wrong.

 

I've been round these circles too many times to be arsed repeating it. If you feel any need for re-runs, just pick any page you've posted on in the last 12 months and have a wank over it.

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2 hours ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

I love how he just parrots shit he has heard on a radio show or YouTube video. 
 

 

Em? Are you not the Mavis Rilley type poster who thought renationalistion of our railways was not worh the trouble? 

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4 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

Em? Are you not the Mavis Rilley type poster who thought renationalistion of our railways was not worh the trouble? 

You are mental but Mavis Riley deserves rep 

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2 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Yeah... anti-reality insults and deflection instead of admitting that your assumption that the EU and neoliberalism are the same thing is just flat wrong.

 

I've been round these circles too many times to be arsed repeating it. If you feel any need for re-runs, just pick any page you've posted on in the last 12 months and have a wank over it.

Why the fuck are you and your followers  basking  upon the demise of Europe's one socialist government.

 

In my opinion, and apparently all opinions are still allowed on this forum

 

You should be fucking ashamed of yourselfs. 

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Ask the Greek socialists and young people of Greece  (oldest democracy in world) what they think of the EU?

 

 I think it would differ from lopsided mantra on this forum..

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2 hours ago, Gnasher said:

Why the fuck are you and your followers  basking  upon the demise of Europe's one socialist government.

 

In my opinion, and apparently all opinions are still allowed on this forum

 

You should be fucking ashamed of yourselfs. 

Racist

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2 hours ago, Gnasher said:

It should be the only feasible choice for all European countries to go left after a decade of privatisation and austerity. 

What do we want!?

 

‘A minority government that’s not going to change economic policy’
 

When do we want it!?

 

Fuck the EU! 

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17 minutes ago, Red Shift said:

Johnson’s possible loophole regarding the Benn Act, is that it could be considered coercion.

Article 51 of the Vienna Convention on Treaties (1969)

 

https://treaties.un.org/doc/publication/unts/volume 1155/volume-1155-i-18232-english.pdf

Being held accountable to law isn’t coercion. What a load of old bollocks. 

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14 hours ago, Rico1304 said:

Being held accountable to law isn’t coercion. What a load of old bollocks. 


Article 51. COERCION OF A REPRESENTATIVE OF STATE
The expression of a State's consent to be bound by a treaty which has been pro
cured by the coercion of its representative through acts or threats directed against him shall be without any legal effect.

 

The Benn Act specifically calls upon Johnson to be an official representative of the UK seeking an extension. He is bound by a statute law; however, Britain are bound by the Vienna Convention. In effect, Johnson can write the letter, and then appeal to Europe to dismiss it, under the terms of article 51.

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21 minutes ago, Red Shift said:


Article 51. COERCION OF A REPRESENTATIVE OF STATE
The expression of a State's consent to be bound by a treaty which has been pro
cured by the coercion of its representative through acts or threats directed against him shall be without any legal effect.

 

The Benn Act specifically calls upon Johnson to be an official representative of the UK seeking an extension. He is bound by a statute law; however, Britain are bound by the Vienna Convention. In effect, Johnson can write the letter, and then appeal to Europe to dismiss it, under the terms of article 51.

Yes, like I said, a load of old bollocks.  

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They know full well we’re extending at this point. His whole period in Downing Street has been one long demagogue’s election campaign from someone neither willing nor capable of putting in the political hard yards to resolve Brexit through legitimate methods. 

 

That’s what these fucking get ready for Brexit ads are all about isn’t it. Just heard one while in the car. All to increase the rage, confusion and sense of injustice in people not following the daily minutiae by making them think it’s happening and feel like it’s been stymied unfairly at the last moment. “It was even on the radio we were leaving, it was official”.

 

Swear the absolute fucking cunt will end up triumphantly brandishing May’s deal with a lick of paint on it, the other side of an election.

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1 hour ago, Red Shift said:


Article 51. COERCION OF A REPRESENTATIVE OF STATE
The expression of a State's consent to be bound by a treaty which has been pro
cured by the coercion of its representative through acts or threats directed against him shall be without any legal effect.

 

The Benn Act specifically calls upon Johnson to be an official representative of the UK seeking an extension. He is bound by a statute law; however, Britain are bound by the Vienna Convention. In effect, Johnson can write the letter, and then appeal to Europe to dismiss it, under the terms of article 51.

So... who coerced whom?

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3 hours ago, Red Shift said:


Article 51. COERCION OF A REPRESENTATIVE OF STATE
The expression of a State's consent to be bound by a treaty which has been pro
cured by the coercion of its representative through acts or threats directed against him shall be without any legal effect.

 

The Benn Act specifically calls upon Johnson to be an official representative of the UK seeking an extension. He is bound by a statute law; however, Britain are bound by the Vienna Convention. In effect, Johnson can write the letter, and then appeal to Europe to dismiss it, under the terms of article 51.


It places on him a responsibility to obtain an extension for negotiations. It does not coerce him into signing a treaty.

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