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    KDave reacted to tallyhojim in Public supports parliament shut down to achieve Brexit   
    True, Farage did indeed say that.

    But herein lies the problem. The EUSSR and it's totalitarian sycophants have shown time and time again that if they don't get the result they want they'll just keep on voting until they do.

    That's not democracy (yes I know, Mob Rule), that's Tyranny. That's exactly what the Communists did in the 1930's, followed by mass executions.
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    KDave reacted to MickB in Smart phone broken   
    It's been five days now since I sent away my smart phone for repair and they sent a cheap basic Nokia out as a replacement. I've been feeling more relaxed since I haven't had my usual phone and I don't actually miss it. No more checking emails on the go, no more immediate checking of Whattsapp messages and no more browsing websites for the sake of it.
    A friend of mine in Croatia text me to see if I was ok as I never replied to any Whattsapp messages, he actually thought I was in hospital. Got my wife to reply to him.
    Once my phone is back from repair I'm not sure if I want to bother with it as I've realised how much time it takes up in my day.
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    KDave got a reaction from Abyss in Pep talk: don't sell your PM now   
    The means to produce credit arguably has value, but still the currency generated as credit does not have any value. The relative stability of the number of currency units has value, but only for its use as a measuring stick against actual goods, services, time. The need to pay taxes in currency also does not make currency valuable - currency is only the means to exchange the value of a portion of your time/effort/sales/goods/ to the government as efficiently as possible. Your time is the value. Your goods sold are the value. Your effort and innovation is the value - a portion exchanged into government spending on services or goods (welfare usually) - other value - via currency. Currency is extremely efficient at the transfer of value, but it is not valuable in itself.
    As HH keeps saying there is nothing inherently valuable about currency. The problem is people who use currency. They measure items of exchange in terms of currency, they value their time in terms of currency, most people can recite the price of many many items in their currency. It is not the fault of currency that the end result is people incorrectly associating currency with value.
    The means that government takes its taxes is the same measure that they steal from people who save in currency - why are they saving in currency is the question to ask. Don't they know its worthless? 
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    KDave got a reaction from MarkW in Once upon a time, Brexit...   
    Its disgusting. My friend has two girls in all girls grammar school, the 12 year old was 'educated' about same sex relationships, bi-sexual relationships, all that jazz - she came home and asked my friend (her mother) what do you call it when a man and woman like each other? They had taught them everything except heterosexual relationships. Within a week 3 of the girls in her class were saying they were lesbians, one said she was bi-sexual. THEY ARE 12 YEARS OLD THEY SHOULDN'T BE ANYTHING SEXUAL FFS. This is not education it is ideological brainwashing of children, abuse, utterly wrong. It needs to be stopped. 
    As for war we are already at war with France, the scallop wars;

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    KDave got a reaction from Roy in Pep talk: don't sell your PM now   
    The means to produce credit arguably has value, but still the currency generated as credit does not have any value. The relative stability of the number of currency units has value, but only for its use as a measuring stick against actual goods, services, time. The need to pay taxes in currency also does not make currency valuable - currency is only the means to exchange the value of a portion of your time/effort/sales/goods/ to the government as efficiently as possible. Your time is the value. Your goods sold are the value. Your effort and innovation is the value - a portion exchanged into government spending on services or goods (welfare usually) - other value - via currency. Currency is extremely efficient at the transfer of value, but it is not valuable in itself.
    As HH keeps saying there is nothing inherently valuable about currency. The problem is people who use currency. They measure items of exchange in terms of currency, they value their time in terms of currency, most people can recite the price of many many items in their currency. It is not the fault of currency that the end result is people incorrectly associating currency with value.
    The means that government takes its taxes is the same measure that they steal from people who save in currency - why are they saving in currency is the question to ask. Don't they know its worthless? 
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    KDave got a reaction from AgCoyote in Pep talk: don't sell your PM now   
    The means to produce credit arguably has value, but still the currency generated as credit does not have any value. The relative stability of the number of currency units has value, but only for its use as a measuring stick against actual goods, services, time. The need to pay taxes in currency also does not make currency valuable - currency is only the means to exchange the value of a portion of your time/effort/sales/goods/ to the government as efficiently as possible. Your time is the value. Your goods sold are the value. Your effort and innovation is the value - a portion exchanged into government spending on services or goods (welfare usually) - other value - via currency. Currency is extremely efficient at the transfer of value, but it is not valuable in itself.
    As HH keeps saying there is nothing inherently valuable about currency. The problem is people who use currency. They measure items of exchange in terms of currency, they value their time in terms of currency, most people can recite the price of many many items in their currency. It is not the fault of currency that the end result is people incorrectly associating currency with value.
    The means that government takes its taxes is the same measure that they steal from people who save in currency - why are they saving in currency is the question to ask. Don't they know its worthless? 
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    KDave reacted to Au79 in Pep talk: don't sell your PM now   
    Sell at least one if you have not sold one before to find out how yourself the feelings to part your precious metal for profit. Either you learn to cherish your precious metal more or more fiat for yours truely 😆
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    KDave reacted to tallyhojim in Once upon a time, Brexit...   
    Jesus H Christ!

    Is this all part of that demonstration a while back involving Muslim parents and a junior school teaching gay sex nonsense?

    I can see one group of people that won't be tolerating that nonsense. I imagine they'll start rioting as well.
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    KDave reacted to Samarium in Once upon a time, Brexit...   
    Normalising mental illness. Paedophilia will be next
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    KDave reacted to tallyhojim in Once upon a time, Brexit...   
    Boris The B*stard and big red buttons saying "DO NOT PRESS" don't mix.
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    KDave got a reaction from dicker in UK/US No Deal Trade Deal   
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49325620?intlink_from_url=&link_location=live-reporting-story
    The US has laid its cards on the table - they want a No-Deal Brexit and will offer us virtually instant trade deals, at a cost. 
    In summary the EU is ****ed. Then Iran is next.
    The £ might stop falling now at least. Crude oil too in the near future. 
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    KDave got a reaction from dicker in Public supports parliament shut down to achieve Brexit   
    Interesting poll out, 44% of the public support Boris bypassing the traitors in parliament entirely. 37% oppose, 19% don't have a clue. Interesting breakdown by party;
    76% of conservatives support parliament shut down.
    32% of Labour support.
    25% of Libdems agree that Mr Johnson should achieve Brexit "by any means" 
     
    The ComRes study also found widespread disillusionment with MPs themselves, with 88% of those polled feeling Parliament is "out of touch" with the British public.
    Some 89% feel MPs "ignore the wishes of voters and push their own agendas" on Brexit.
    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/conservative-party/boris-johnson/news/105897/public-would-back-boris
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    KDave reacted to tallyhojim in Once upon a time, Brexit...   
    You missed out the part where the EU then
    - merged all the remaining European armies into one Federalist Army
    - locked up dissenting voices
    - executed opposing political party members by the tens of thousands
    - outlawed ALL firearms ownership
    - confiscated peoples personal wealth inc gold and silver
    - made it a criminal offence to criticise EU Commission Members or the "spirit" of the EU
    - changed their EU round star rag to it's intended real flag (red background with Hammer and Sickle)
    - had to deal with a massive foreign born insurrection from the religion of peace resulting in further European continental bloodshed
    - lost said war against insurrectionists
    - then had to get bailed out by Great Britain, the United States of America #### AGAIN ####, and Russia (whodda thunk it?)
    - then won said war against insurrectionists with GB and USA and Russian military help
    - lost what little EU public support they had resulting in Commission Member arrests and executions for crimes against humanity
    - dissolved the entire structure of the EU as everyone on the continent finally woke up and realised they'd been conned
    - then discovered the real EU financial books showing it was utterly bankrupt and where all that money had really gone
    - returned to their once great independent nation State status, albeit bankrupt without even a piss pot
    - all EU collaborators and remainers then arrested, tried and hanged for treason against said original nation States
    - returned to the gold standard and the ideals of free trade and voluntary agreements


    And then they all lived happily ever after.

    The End......



    .............and in a small university somewhere, a professor who's never done a hard days work in his entire life began the age old cycle of indoctrinating his sheeple students that the EU wasn't real socialism and next time it will work.
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    KDave reacted to RichmondStacker in Once upon a time, Brexit...   
    You missed the part about the supposed conspiracy theory of the Kalegri plan happening as we speak. Anyone who questions it is a racist, facist anti Semitic, straight from Marxist and Common Purpose training. 
    It has been hiding in plain site since 2009 all they needed was a few wars to push it along.  https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/homeaffairs/files/e-library/docs/pdf/final_report_relocation_of_refugees_en.pdf 
    Projected population based on density, Merkal opening the flood gates was a stress test and to smoke out who they need to apply pressure on.
     

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    KDave reacted to HighlandTiger in Prince Albert celebration sovereign!   
    It's called "fleecing the sheep"   
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    KDave reacted to Goldmick in 2 gold sovereign.s cheap   
    These are the last 2 sovereign.s i need to sell. The honda is paid cant wait lol picture of it thanks all. Ive sold some nice sovereign.s at a great price. All on here. So big thanks 

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    KDave got a reaction from TheRegalOne in Public supports parliament shut down to achieve Brexit   
    Interesting poll out, 44% of the public support Boris bypassing the traitors in parliament entirely. 37% oppose, 19% don't have a clue. Interesting breakdown by party;
    76% of conservatives support parliament shut down.
    32% of Labour support.
    25% of Libdems agree that Mr Johnson should achieve Brexit "by any means" 
     
    The ComRes study also found widespread disillusionment with MPs themselves, with 88% of those polled feeling Parliament is "out of touch" with the British public.
    Some 89% feel MPs "ignore the wishes of voters and push their own agendas" on Brexit.
    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/conservative-party/boris-johnson/news/105897/public-would-back-boris
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    KDave reacted to augur in Today I Received.....   
    Always wanted a spanish gold coin...


     
    And a French coin full of symbology 


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    KDave reacted to 5huggy in Gold high spot price   
    @Tickety my friend - - whats to be nervous about  - - if you physically "HOLD" PM's - then you have a store of value that CANNOT go to ZERO! IMHO
    Just enjoy the ride that has only just started
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    KDave got a reaction from augur in Greta Thunberg ! - kids are becoming the superstars of the Press   
    Which one is causing the climate change; burning fossil fuels or chopping trees. If Co2 is not an issue (I agree it isn't) then why are we being green taxed, shutting down our fossil fuel power supplies and being told to change our lifestyles to use less of it? 
     
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    KDave got a reaction from 5huggy in Public supports parliament shut down to achieve Brexit   
    Interesting poll out, 44% of the public support Boris bypassing the traitors in parliament entirely. 37% oppose, 19% don't have a clue. Interesting breakdown by party;
    76% of conservatives support parliament shut down.
    32% of Labour support.
    25% of Libdems agree that Mr Johnson should achieve Brexit "by any means" 
     
    The ComRes study also found widespread disillusionment with MPs themselves, with 88% of those polled feeling Parliament is "out of touch" with the British public.
    Some 89% feel MPs "ignore the wishes of voters and push their own agendas" on Brexit.
    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/conservative-party/boris-johnson/news/105897/public-would-back-boris
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    KDave got a reaction from jultorsk in Public supports parliament shut down to achieve Brexit   
    Interesting poll out, 44% of the public support Boris bypassing the traitors in parliament entirely. 37% oppose, 19% don't have a clue. Interesting breakdown by party;
    76% of conservatives support parliament shut down.
    32% of Labour support.
    25% of Libdems agree that Mr Johnson should achieve Brexit "by any means" 
     
    The ComRes study also found widespread disillusionment with MPs themselves, with 88% of those polled feeling Parliament is "out of touch" with the British public.
    Some 89% feel MPs "ignore the wishes of voters and push their own agendas" on Brexit.
    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/conservative-party/boris-johnson/news/105897/public-would-back-boris
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    KDave got a reaction from motorbikez in Public supports parliament shut down to achieve Brexit   
    Interesting poll out, 44% of the public support Boris bypassing the traitors in parliament entirely. 37% oppose, 19% don't have a clue. Interesting breakdown by party;
    76% of conservatives support parliament shut down.
    32% of Labour support.
    25% of Libdems agree that Mr Johnson should achieve Brexit "by any means" 
     
    The ComRes study also found widespread disillusionment with MPs themselves, with 88% of those polled feeling Parliament is "out of touch" with the British public.
    Some 89% feel MPs "ignore the wishes of voters and push their own agendas" on Brexit.
    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/conservative-party/boris-johnson/news/105897/public-would-back-boris
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    KDave reacted to Pete in Pep talk: don't sell your PM now   
    I have seen so many rises in value of various investments, followed by crashes and total wipe outs.
    Once I bought shares for about £20k, saw them rise twenty-fold and drop to half what I originally paid even though the Company was rock solid.
    I have just sold most of my gold because the current price is relatively high.
    Maybe that will prove to be a mistake but I didn't sell my shares when I should have, because I was convinced they were going to rise even further.
    No-one on the planet can forecast commodity prices and guarantee PMs as a safe investment - this is classed as high risk for a reason.
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    KDave got a reaction from Argentknight in Public supports parliament shut down to achieve Brexit   
    Interesting poll out, 44% of the public support Boris bypassing the traitors in parliament entirely. 37% oppose, 19% don't have a clue. Interesting breakdown by party;
    76% of conservatives support parliament shut down.
    32% of Labour support.
    25% of Libdems agree that Mr Johnson should achieve Brexit "by any means" 
     
    The ComRes study also found widespread disillusionment with MPs themselves, with 88% of those polled feeling Parliament is "out of touch" with the British public.
    Some 89% feel MPs "ignore the wishes of voters and push their own agendas" on Brexit.
    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/conservative-party/boris-johnson/news/105897/public-would-back-boris