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  1. Just had this dropped in my inbox: https://scnem2.com/a.php?sid=2cjxd.2dbherk,f=1,u=42c9209141b03f886c27c37e36d78a3f,n=2cjxd.2dbherk,l=6cisex.k3rt70 and I wonder if it's a good deal. I'm not sure if the 20 D-Mark has any collectors value attached to it.
  2. Look, it's very simple. There are only 4 global actors in the world: the USA, Russia, China and the EU. If you want to be part of the system, you need to be part of one of the above. If you don't want to be part of the system and be an irrelevant no-entity, be my guest. Britain on its own hasn't been a global actor for decades and leaving the EU will not make it regain an Empire (but you can dream on if you want to). Now, I'm sure many pro-Brexit trolls would be actually happy for the UK to be a subsidiary of Russia instead. Das Vidania!
  3. Democracy here, democracy there. Democracy is so last century! Why don't we do like in Russia, where opposition parties are not allowed? Imagine the time we could save.
  4. If Bojo and his master Dom-Dom are happy with breaking the law, why don't they mount a proper coup, like any decent dictator would do? That would go well with his supporters. Stuff Parliament and the rule-of-law. That's the for the loony lefties!
  5. I'm not a remainer. I want the hardest possible Brexit. Unfortunately, the likes of Bo-Bo, Dom-Dom and Mogg-Mogg are as stupid as the plebs who voted for them (well, not Dom-Dom, he's an unelected bureaucrat, therefore a winner). They are not making an easy life for themselves and will be crushed sooner rather than later.
  6. Nah! If they can stomach a serial liar like BoJo, they can stomach anything.
  7. I was in Boston in the late 90s, way before the East Europeans came, and it was already a shithole. It's a fact that people dump their rubbish wherever they see a pile a rubbish.
  8. Stick to the tried and tested. There are some good German dealers and they all been mentioned on this forum. I'd stay away from goldsilver.be. Buy now before hard Wrexit.
  9. And how exactly is leaving the EU going to sort the issues caused by British citizens? Because the people whose pictures have been posted are either British citizens or non-EU citizens. I challenge you all. Call me racist then. I'd rather want more white, Christian, reasonably educated Europeans around than some homegrown born-and-bread scumbags, whatever their skin colour or religion. But the uneducated plebs have voted for a hard Brexit, I've been told. Then, please, let's have a hard Brexit, so that it'll teach them a lesson.
  10. Posters who have equated buying PMs with gambling are either dishonest or simply trolls. In no way is responsible and informed investment in gold and silver any form of gambling. If anything, it requires patience, knowledge and discipline that low-life addicts cannot have.
  11. The ones you affectionately call the Bongo-Bongo's have "buggered off" simply because the good old fashioned British pound is just as good as toilet paper and it's not worth coming from abroad and working your ass for nothing. The native population might as well experience a modest increase in their otherwise meagre wages, but their purchasing power will be lower than it was 10 or 20 years ago. It's not me saying that, it's the figures. (My sincere apologies to quitters who struggle with facts and figures. Life is not fair!) And when the last EU workers will have "buggered off", mark my words, you'll have more (I'm quoting you) Bongo-Bongos of the other kind on your doorstep.
  12. Markets don't lie. GBP is in free fall and this is just the start. Let's see what the Brexit dividend will be on Nov 1.
  13. And what's wrong this this approach? They're fighting for their own interests and so far they've been doing it very well. It wasn't the EU kicking the UK out. If a member leaves a club, there are obligations to meet. The EU have always had the upper hand. I'm just curious to see what cocky Boris can do about it.
  14. Thanks for clarifying that. Now, how are you going to implement checks on non-Irish, non-British goods and citizens without some sort of border control? The moment you put a net somewhere, innocent fish will be caught in the middle. Wasn't the whole point of Brexit taking back control of our borders?
  15. Yet you still don't understand the difference between the "populations of the two nations" and the Irish border becoming also the border between the EU and the UK. It's not that difficult, is it? It's not that the only goods and people crossing the border are only British or Irish, is it? There's absolutely no guarantee that, sooner or later, a physical border will be not put in place by either the EU or the UK. To say the opposite reveals either extreme ignorance or bad faith.