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Boris and EU play deal or no deal.
on: October 14, 2020, 21:36:16 PM
Brexit was done at the end of January, or was it?

Seems many months later Boris is still bluffing and it looks like the EU member countries could call that bluff if he does not make large concessions.

France stands to lose some trade with Britain, but gain a lot of ours with other EU countries and ones the EU has deals with. Others will have sticking points too and effectively the UK will have to surrender a lot to get any deal with them or the USA. If they break the Good Friday agreement then don't expect any deals with the Americans, no matter who is in power there.

So will Boris stick to the limit's presently set, or surrender? I am fairly sure that if the Brexit voters had known what they were putting their country into enough of them might have voted differently.

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Re: Boris and EU play deal or no deal.
Reply #1 on: October 15, 2020, 08:53:05 AM
I don't really care about any of it, whatever happens we all get shafted one way or another. No one of any virtue remains to govern.

Between this farce and 'Whose COVID-19 Is It Anyway? Where the rules are made up and the numbers don't matter' I'm done with 2020. I've got three weeks booked off for Dec-Jan so I'm gonna eat, drink, watch the LOTR in 4K and be merry then wait to see what a sh*tshow 2021 becomes! :santa: :ptu:

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Re: Boris and EU play deal or no deal.
Reply #2 on: October 16, 2020, 02:50:27 AM
I don't really care about any of it, whatever happens we all get shafted one way or another. No one of any virtue remains to govern.

Between this farce and 'Whose COVID-19 Is It Anyway? Where the rules are made up and the numbers don't matter' I'm done with 2020. I've got three weeks booked off for Dec-Jan so I'm gonna eat, drink, watch the LOTR in 4K and be merry then wait to see what a sh*tshow 2021 becomes! :santa: :ptu:


That is the thing. It is never about us normal people, All this is what the people in power get or do not get and what the big companies that actually drive the money for the country and the people in the positions at those companies.
Basically the multi millionaire / billionaires.


Everything and anything else politicians do OR moreover SAY is to drive Votes and try to keep the mob shush.

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Re: Boris and EU play deal or no deal.
Reply #3 on: October 21, 2020, 20:50:53 PM
Boris has claimed that the talks have ended, except, nobody believes him. Oh the real Brexiteer loons are beating their shields like crazy saying how he's done the right thing and that a no deal Brexit would be so good for us, but that's it.

Even with that statement it's obvious that talks haven't stopped, all you have to do is watch the EU negotiators and what they are saying. Previously when Boris made such a statement the markets reacted negatively, the pound dropped. This time they didn't even blink.

The EU didn't believe him, the markets didn't believe him, the politicians didn't believe him and I certainly didn't either. Boris is like the little boy who shouted wolf far too often. He's a well known liar and being treat as such.

Brexit isn't there to limit the shafting that average people get, those with less than ten million pounds in investments and property,- excluding home value. It's to protect those with hundreds of millions to billions, and international corporates. from having to pay their fair share, and so that the Tory backers in disaster investment can make a load of money from our loss.

Brexit happened, I got over it, except, as I've said before it hasn't died and it won't. We now have the specter to deal with and covid-19 won't make it any easier.

I wonder if I can invest a few billion I haven't got in government loans? Would be a great income for the future, with everyone else paying.

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