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KDave

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    KDave got a reaction from caloundracats in Brexit status ...   
    Is gove a brexit supporter or not?
    He campaigned with Boris for brexit but then stabbed him in the back for the leadership and brought both their chances low. It was a bit suspicious at the time. This time round Boris is being assassinated via the legal and media systems but by the by.
    Now gove is abstaining instead of voting in supporting of leaving. This parliamentary second referendum vote - If the majority was no, we would have increased chance to leave. If the majority is yes we have increased chance to stay. Abstaining is not what someone of conviction to either side would do. 
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    KDave got a reaction from caloundracats in Free security upgrade from the council!   
    If its bail condition at least the court have decided and it should be temporary and not repeated, hopefully this sorts them out for you.
    Can you imagine the police or council being allowed to just stick a camera up and watch peoples houses at will. Might as well put a camera in peoples living rooms 1984 style - you have nothing to worry about if you have nothing to hide 
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    KDave reacted to HighlandTiger in Brexit status ...   
    Trump's critics just done get it. They think the whole world hates him, when in fact 50% of the population, both here and in the US love him. Anything that winds up the left and sends them to their padded safe space is fine with me. The only violence and pure hatred seems to come from the left, not the right as they would have you believe.
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    KDave reacted to motorbikez in Brexit status ...   
    You've got to love Trump lol.
    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/donald-trump-urges-uk-government-to-send-nigel-farage-into-brexit-negotiations-and-go-for-no-deal-a4157211.html
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    KDave reacted to motorbikez in Brexit status ...   
    Maybe maybe not, if Farage's hand is forced by us not leaving by the 31st of October he will field candidates all over the UK. If the Brexit party win the election, highly unlikely, but lets go with it. It is actually Whitehall & the plethora of civil servants that run this country, receiving their instructions from the incumbent government. Most MPs are interested in grandiose talk & showboating but have very little insight or intellect to carry things through.
    Could Farage's MPs  be more incompetent than the likes of Corbyn, Abbott,May etc etc. I doubt it.
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Brexit status ...   
    The Brexit party is not intended to be a long duration party - it has grabbed the attention of the people over Brexit and this is being used to good effect.
    Farage is responsible for the end of two Tory prime minsters, Cameron and May. He spooked Cameron who then allowed the referendum and miscalculated the mood of the nation. The Brexit party is intended to twist the arm and focus the mind of the government and force them to carry out (a no deal) Brexit. It is not intended to be a party of government, just a massive thorn in the side of the government. The Tories know that if a clean Brexit is not carried out then Farage will be put his army to work and stand in the next election which would likely result in the Conservatives losing power and losing most of their seats. The Brexit party is like a hijacker with a loaded revolver at the head of the pilot. The pilot will fly you anywhere you like. This is what the hijacker wants, he doesn't want to have to shoot the pilot as he isn't able to fly the plane himself and we would likely have a unseemly crash landing should that happen.
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    KDave reacted to KitboyE17 in Brexit status ...   
    The problem with the Scottish referendum is that they are asking the wrong people. 
    The referendum should be down south in England and the question should be “Do you want separation from Scotland”. 
     
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    KDave reacted to savoyard in Brexit status ...   
    My wet dream is a Boris-Nigel government ticket: hard Brexit > economy tanks > Scotland and NI declare independence > general elections > Lib Dem win. 
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    KDave reacted to HighlandTiger in Brexit status ...   
    Oh dear what a shame. But if you think that brexit will stop British students studying abroad, then you are just wrong. British students study all around the world seemingly with ease. There is a world outside of the EU you know. 
    And whilst you may prefer the "intelligent" students than the prats of the weekend streets of the UK. I can assure you that those "prats" put more money into the British economy and often work a lot harder in a lot more difficult circumstances than the rarified world of academia.
    Don't knock the "work hard, play hard" society. They are the ones keeping this nation ticking over nicely.
     
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    KDave reacted to Scuzzle in Brexit status ...   
    If every politician that lies is to be banged up there will be none left.  You promised not to raise tuition fees and you did - see you in court,  you promised to deliver Brexit and you did not - see you in court,  you said you had spoken to and got approval from the EU and you never - see you in court, you ran on a policy of deivering Brexit in your manifesto then flipped 180 deg on that - see you in court.
    Nothing is going to happen to Boris this is purely theatre either to affect the Tory leadership or possibly to influence a second referendum where some guy (an entrepreneur apparently) gets to skim off the funds that the mugs that fall for the crowdfunding scam donate as reward for his efforts.
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    KDave reacted to sovereignsteve in Brexit status ...   
    exactly, there are a  lot of people who would stop at nothing to prevent Boris becoming PM
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    KDave reacted to Oldun in Brexit status ...   
    Do we have to rehash these desperate attempts by others to avoid facing up to the reality of a democratic referendum result ? Incredible. For the millionth time, the country voted to leave and no amount of boohoo crybaby after the event histrionics can change that.
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    KDave got a reaction from Derv in Brexit status ...   
    Its an interesting idea but we are unlikely to rejoin I think given most of our trade is already with the rest of the world, there would have to be some serious incompetence or sabotage in regards to trade deals (hard to do with WTO as the base but still possible) for Brexit not to be a success for the majority of people who buy imported goods. The longer we are kept in the EU the longer countries and industry/agriculture within the EU that rely on the tarrif protected market continue to survive (Irish beef for example). But as soon as we are out and have access to non-protectionist free market goods, people will understand and there will be no going back. The economy that has built up over the 40 years will be thrown to the wolves. Not to mention we are talking about the giving back away of sovereign power hard won if economically things don't go well - absolutely no chance. That is why we are still in after 3 years, once we go its game over. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Mark43 in Brexit status ...   
    Its an interesting idea but we are unlikely to rejoin I think given most of our trade is already with the rest of the world, there would have to be some serious incompetence or sabotage in regards to trade deals (hard to do with WTO as the base but still possible) for Brexit not to be a success for the majority of people who buy imported goods. The longer we are kept in the EU the longer countries and industry/agriculture within the EU that rely on the tarrif protected market continue to survive (Irish beef for example). But as soon as we are out and have access to non-protectionist free market goods, people will understand and there will be no going back. The economy that has built up over the 40 years will be thrown to the wolves. Not to mention we are talking about the giving back away of sovereign power hard won if economically things don't go well - absolutely no chance. That is why we are still in after 3 years, once we go its game over. 
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    KDave got a reaction from HighlandTiger in Brexit status ...   
    Its an interesting idea but we are unlikely to rejoin I think given most of our trade is already with the rest of the world, there would have to be some serious incompetence or sabotage in regards to trade deals (hard to do with WTO as the base but still possible) for Brexit not to be a success for the majority of people who buy imported goods. The longer we are kept in the EU the longer countries and industry/agriculture within the EU that rely on the tarrif protected market continue to survive (Irish beef for example). But as soon as we are out and have access to non-protectionist free market goods, people will understand and there will be no going back. The economy that has built up over the 40 years will be thrown to the wolves. Not to mention we are talking about the giving back away of sovereign power hard won if economically things don't go well - absolutely no chance. That is why we are still in after 3 years, once we go its game over. 
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    KDave got a reaction from motorbikez in Brexit status ...   
    "Cui Bono" - to whom is it a benefit. Apply that to the historical record and we might see many of the truths not written by the victor.
    This is the Brexit thread though, so lets apply a bit of Cui Bono to why we have not left the EU after 3 years since voting to leave. Teresa May's husband was a banker we can start there and work our way through parliament as to why we are still in. 
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    KDave reacted to Xander in Free speech   
    It may have been the abolition of the abattoir that did it.😋
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    KDave got a reaction from Derv in Brexit status ...   
    "Cui Bono" - to whom is it a benefit. Apply that to the historical record and we might see many of the truths not written by the victor.
    This is the Brexit thread though, so lets apply a bit of Cui Bono to why we have not left the EU after 3 years since voting to leave. Teresa May's husband was a banker we can start there and work our way through parliament as to why we are still in. 
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    KDave got a reaction from Derv in Brexit status ...   
    You are correct, there is no evidence that gas chambers were used, the chemicals claimed to have killed people were not available in sufficient quantity to kill a single million never mind six, but the conditions in the camps led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands. When the food supply to the camps were cut off at the end of the war because the entirety of Europe was starving, those in the camps were left to die. The Holocaust indoctrination in schools and by Hollywood was needed as a tool and has been very successful for the shaping of western ideology, the creation of Israel, and more. It is what it is. 
    Yes Boris is a bought man so are the rest, they all come with strings. He didn't support May's deal and is entertaining to watch so the best option imo. I also think he is our best shot at a Hard Brexit. 
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    KDave reacted to sixgun in Brexit status ...   
    i would use the same quote - well done to @EdNug - there is ample evidence the holocaust story is a fabrication. There weren't 6 million in the clutches of the German authorities to be killed. The proposed methods of killing don't work - the alleged gas chambers don't have the forensic evidence to support the assertions - the cremation facilities could not have coped with the alleged numbers - there isn't the necessary amounts of coke on aerial photos to have burnt the bodies. So many bodies - Auschwitz a massive war crime but never a forensic examination of the site. Never one body has been examined which was gassed - plenty were found to have died of typhus.
    Hitler was working with the Zionists. He was bank rolled into power by Zionists. i suspect much of the activity was to scare, force, cajole Jews to leave and go to Palestine. The Germans had ships to take them there. i strongly suspect events like Kristallnacht were false flag events to scare the living daylights out of Jews and get them to go to populate Palestine which the Zionists intended to claim after the war.  Many more Jews could have left but the Zionists were not interested - they wanted death from all causes. Yitzhak Gruenbaum, a notable Polish Zionist is noted to have said "One cow in Palestine is worth more than all the Jews in Europe".
    Like all fact checker sites, your fullfact.org is there to mislead. You won't hear the sort of actual facts i post here - it is labelled as some sort of hate speech by the usual haters. The majority are so brainwashed they can't take it in b/c it would mean that every authority in the land is lying to you. Well i'll break it to you - they are lying to you. As the Romans would say 'He who would be deceived let him be deceived'.
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    KDave got a reaction from EdNug in Brexit status ...   
    You are correct, there is no evidence that gas chambers were used, the chemicals claimed to have killed people were not available in sufficient quantity to kill a single million never mind six, but the conditions in the camps led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands. When the food supply to the camps were cut off at the end of the war because the entirety of Europe was starving, those in the camps were left to die. The Holocaust indoctrination in schools and by Hollywood was needed as a tool and has been very successful for the shaping of western ideology, the creation of Israel, and more. It is what it is. 
    Yes Boris is a bought man so are the rest, they all come with strings. He didn't support May's deal and is entertaining to watch so the best option imo. I also think he is our best shot at a Hard Brexit. 
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    KDave got a reaction from SILVERFINGER in Brexit status ...   
    "Cui Bono" - to whom is it a benefit. Apply that to the historical record and we might see many of the truths not written by the victor.
    This is the Brexit thread though, so lets apply a bit of Cui Bono to why we have not left the EU after 3 years since voting to leave. Teresa May's husband was a banker we can start there and work our way through parliament as to why we are still in. 
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    KDave got a reaction from EdNug in Brexit status ...   
    "Cui Bono" - to whom is it a benefit. Apply that to the historical record and we might see many of the truths not written by the victor.
    This is the Brexit thread though, so lets apply a bit of Cui Bono to why we have not left the EU after 3 years since voting to leave. Teresa May's husband was a banker we can start there and work our way through parliament as to why we are still in. 
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    KDave reacted to sovereignsteve in Brexit status ...   
    but he will quickly sense the mood and change his opinions and allegiances to suit whatever he thinks will get him elected and win the next election, typical snake that he is.
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    KDave reacted to HighlandTiger in Brexit status ...   
    personally, i think the Tory MP's will conspire to stop Boris getting to the last two. Because if he gets to the last two, the tory members will easily vote him in.
    I think its between Dominic Raab, Jeremy Hunt or if you want a long shot, Rory Stewart. :Personally if I cant get Boris, I'd like Andrea Leadsom, arch brexiteer, did a great job as leader of the house, and was great at winding up Napoleon Bercow.