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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by John Markie » Friday 10th 2016f June 2016 01:13:14 AM

No immigrant with a degree is coming over here to "steal your job", when all you have is a standard grade in P.E. and an STI.
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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by dixie chicken » Friday 10th 2016f June 2016 01:57:49 AM

For the size of our country, the population is soaring at an uncontrollable rate.
We just can't cope with public services, housing, etc.
In Scotland it's still not too bad but when it's likely that we will have a Muslim majority in 40 to 50 years time, then surely it's time to wake up and smell the coffee!!!
The U.K. needs to be able to control who is coming into our country and this needs to begin quickly.
In Scotland, the SNP only want to vote Remain as it suits their agenda for independence. If you look at their websites you will see that once they get independence from the UK, a large number of them then want to Leave the EU.

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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by PG.Colossus » Friday 10th 2016f June 2016 07:52:13 AM

John Markie wrote:No immigrant with a degree is coming over here to "steal your job", when all you have is a standard grade in P.E. and an STI.

Love it! :lol:

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Post by Kiddy » Friday 10th 2016f June 2016 05:05:38 PM

dixie chicken wrote:For the size of our country, the population is soaring at an uncontrollable rate.
We just can't cope with public services, housing, etc.
In Scotland it's still not too bad but when it's likely that we will have a Muslim majority in 40 to 50 years time, then surely it's time to wake up and smell the coffee!!!
The U.K. needs to be able to control who is coming into our country and this needs to begin quickly.
In Scotland, the SNP only want to vote Remain as it suits their agenda for independence. If you look at their websites you will see that once they get independence from the UK, a large number of them then want to Leave the EU.
You're right, were full to the gunnels, with little more than elbow room to move in. :rolleyes:
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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by dixie chicken » Friday 10th 2016f June 2016 05:23:20 PM

Kiddy wrote:
dixie chicken wrote:For the size of our country, the population is soaring at an uncontrollable rate.
We just can't cope with public services, housing, etc.
In Scotland it's still not too bad but when it's likely that we will have a Muslim majority in 40 to 50 years time, then surely it's time to wake up and smell the coffee!!!
The U.K. needs to be able to control who is coming into our country and this needs to begin quickly.
In Scotland, the SNP only want to vote Remain as it suits their agenda for independence. If you look at their websites you will see that once they get independence from the UK, a large number of them then want to Leave the EU.
You're right, were full to the gunnels, with little more than elbow room to move in. :rolleyes:
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Doesn't look like a very hospitable place to live.
Get real!!!!

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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by Kiddy » Friday 10th 2016f June 2016 10:42:10 PM

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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by John Markie » Saturday 25th 2016f June 2016 11:01:41 PM

So, fucked then - or a wonderful new bright and shiny future for everyone? I see Herr Garage has said they want to replace the NHS with "privately funded health care asap", and that the "£350m a week for the NHS" wasn't in fact true........shock, horror!! :shock:
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Post by Kiddy » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 08:12:07 AM

John Markie wrote:So, fucked then - or a wonderful new bright and shiny future for everyone? I see Herr Garage has said they want to replace the NHS with "privately funded health care asap", and that the "£350m a week for the NHS" wasn't in fact true........shock, horror!! :shock:
Was that before or after he claimed it had been done "without a single bullet being fired"? :shakehead:
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Post by dixie chicken » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 08:48:16 AM

Can't believe I'm on the winning side of both the Scottish and EU referendums.
Usually always on the losing side.
Surprised at how relatively strong the Leave vote was in the Falkirk area.
Interesting times ahead!!!!

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Post by Bairn_O_Falkirk » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 02:01:10 PM

Interesting if you are rich and want the chance to pick up the ruined pieces of people's lives otherwise it's going to be a rubbish few years for the masses. It will be years before there's even a ray of hope.

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Post by Bairnardo » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 02:27:13 PM

I honestly cant fathom out how Rupert Murdoch continues to give the English working class electorate their voting instructions on behalf of the countries elite.

After Hillsbourough, phone hacking, the way they slaughter the unions etc.... how to people still swallow the pish he peddles as if its in their interest.

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Post by Kiddy » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 07:39:13 PM

Feckin hilarious, if it wasn't so serious!
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Post by John Markie » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 09:28:20 PM

Boris is very quiet. Has he just realised what a c0ck of things he's made? Still, as his Dad says, its astonishing what an achievement he has had in getting over 17 million people to believe him (I'm paraphrasing - cos have you heard his old man?).
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Post by Quidsin » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 11:21:23 PM

dixie chicken wrote:Can't believe I'm on the winning side of both the Scottish and EU referendums.
Usually always on the losing side.
Surprised at how relatively strong the Leave vote was in the Falkirk area.
Interesting times ahead!!!!
Take back control take back control blah blah blah. Whatever. The English are complete mongos and Farage is a racist cnut, Boris is a fkn lunatic and Gove is a poisonous snake. Them and England are made for each other. Scottish Parliament will veto any brexit legislation anyway before #indyref2 happens (which Mundell agrees it will). England will be left as an isolated racist nation with no oil revenues to support it. All that's left is to drive Chico to the Border and all the best, cos you'll need it.
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Post by Quidsin » Sunday 26th 2016f June 2016 11:25:12 PM

John Markie wrote:Boris is very quiet. Has he just realised what a c0ck of things he's made? Still, as his Dad says, its astonishing what an achievement he has had in getting over 17 million people to believe him (I'm paraphrasing - cos have you heard his old man?).
Cameron missing, Osbourne missing, Boris missing, Gove missing, Corbyn getting battered.
Nicola Sturgeon visibly leading on all media outlets planning Scotland's way through this mess created by Little Englanders, not of our doing. Gordon Brewer saying if Holyrood veto brexit legislation that there will be 'fury' from Little England. Well what about the 'fury' of Scotland being yanked out the EU where no one voted for it? Ah well England, what goes around comes around. :wiggle:
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Post by Kiddy » Monday 27th 2016f June 2016 07:05:52 AM

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Post by PG.Colossus » Monday 27th 2016f June 2016 07:56:12 AM

Quidsin wrote:
John Markie wrote:Boris is very quiet. Has he just realised what a c0ck of things he's made? Still, as his Dad says, its astonishing what an achievement he has had in getting over 17 million people to believe him (I'm paraphrasing - cos have you heard his old man?).
Cameron missing, Osbourne missing, Boris missing, Gove missing, Corbyn getting battered.
Nicola Sturgeon visibly leading on all media outlets planning Scotland's way through this mess created by Little Englanders, not of our doing. Gordon Brewer saying if Holyrood veto brexit legislation that there will be 'fury' from Little England. Well what about the 'fury' of Scotland being yanked out the EU where no one voted for it? Ah well England, what goes around comes around. :wiggle:
The Brexit decision was made with Scotland as part of the UK - a choice made by the (cowardly) Scottish people in 2014. We should show some integrity and suck it up and accept it.

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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by Bairnardo » Monday 27th 2016f June 2016 08:40:08 AM

PG.Colossus wrote:
Quidsin wrote:
John Markie wrote:Boris is very quiet. Has he just realised what a c0ck of things he's made? Still, as his Dad says, its astonishing what an achievement he has had in getting over 17 million people to believe him (I'm paraphrasing - cos have you heard his old man?).
Cameron missing, Osbourne missing, Boris missing, Gove missing, Corbyn getting battered.
Nicola Sturgeon visibly leading on all media outlets planning Scotland's way through this mess created by Little Englanders, not of our doing. Gordon Brewer saying if Holyrood veto brexit legislation that there will be 'fury' from Little England. Well what about the 'fury' of Scotland being yanked out the EU where no one voted for it? Ah well England, what goes around comes around. :wiggle:
The Brexit decision was made with Scotland as part of the UK - a choice made by the (cowardly) Scottish people in 2014. We should show some integrity and suck it up and accept it.
Exactly how I see it.

Furthermore... IMO its always prudent to sit in the cut for a wee while following things like this and see how it pans out. Already rumblings of other EU countries wanting referendums. The EU could well be fcuked in which case id hate to see us jump the gun and rush to rejoin a broken institution. An independednt Scotland couldnt afford a Euro collapse.
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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by dixie chicken » Monday 27th 2016f June 2016 09:07:31 AM

Surprisingly, a lot of sense being talked here.
Boris and co are playing it correct by keeping a low profile for the time being.
Let all and sundry including the poisoned dwarf Sturgeon showboat.
The FTSE is still higher than it was a few weeks ago, the pound/euro rate is fine but we are down against the dollar for the time being but is probably due more to dollar strength.
2 years ago Scotland voted be part of the U.K. The recent referendum was a UK vote therefore the overall vote is what counts.i can't understand the logic of the SNP???
The EU is a failing organisation and may disintegrate before we complete our removal.
Just why the SG is supplicating itself at the feet of Juncker et al beats me. Probably more anti English than pro EU.
Anyway, all this stuff about the SG blocking the WM legislation is just nonsense. Sturgeon playing politics again.

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Re: So then Brexit, or stay in the EU?

Post by Kiddy » Monday 27th 2016f June 2016 12:22:50 PM

And your thoughts on the Irish situation, Spain's claim over Gibraltar, what's Plan A?
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