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Leaving without a deal is immoral, but not illegal.
I thought immoral meant committing a lewd or licentious act
Solly? All else is illegal!
Perhaps you should rephrase?
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13-11-2019, 03:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Donkeyman ->
I thought immoral meant committing a lewd or licentious act
Solly? All else is illegal!
Perhaps you should rephrase?
I see that Slasch is trying to suggest that our leaving the EU is immoral!

I wonder what he sees 'immoral' about it.

Is it immoral for a near-conquered country to fight for its freedom?

Isn't it immoral for a foreign empire to attempt to conquer a free country and impose its rules and laws on them, especially when the majority of its inhabitants don't want them?

Mind you, I wouldn't want to suggest that Slasch is biased in any way!
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13-11-2019, 04:37 PM
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Re: Fisheries still vulnerable!!

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I simply do not trust Boris,


We are the only EU Country to sell off our Quotas to others and the only one not to include to our Inshore fisheries fleet.

Boris is the Elite, could not give a damn,only bothered about himself and his mates.

Not about us ordinary people.
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13-11-2019, 04:47 PM
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Re: Fisheries still vulnerable!!

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I see that Slasch is trying to suggest that our leaving the EU is immoral!

I wonder what he sees 'immoral' about it.

Is it immoral for a near-conquered country to fight for its freedom?

Isn't it immoral for a foreign empire to attempt to conquer a free country and impose its rules and laws on them, especially when the majority of its inhabitants don't want them?

Mind you, I wouldn't want to suggest that Slasch is biased in any way!
Solly believes if a thing is 'legal' it is moral? Reason being he has to
justify the continuous theft of fish from uk waters by eu operatives
JBR!? And condemn uks non payment of unjustified payments to
eu coffers!!
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13-11-2019, 05:06 PM
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Re: Fisheries still vulnerable!!

Originally Posted by Donkeyman ->
Solly believes if a thing is 'legal' it is moral? Reason being he has to
justify the continuous theft of fish from uk waters by eu operatives
JBR!? And condemn uks non payment of unjustified payments to
eu coffers!!
Yes, clearly he is becoming desperate, as are the EU leaders.

When Ireland and Denmark were close to leaving, the EU dictators managed to reverse their decisions quite quickly and easily.

I think they are having a greater struggle in conquering this country, just as Hitler did.

Can we withstand the assault, just as we did all those years ago?

The thing with empires is that they grow and grow and when they become big enough they discover that their gains are unsustainable. That happened to us in the middle of the 20th Century.

I suspect that this is now happening to the EU Empire. Regardless of how much our remoaner traitors dither and dawdle, the EU's days are numbered.
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13-11-2019, 08:48 PM
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Re: Fisheries still vulnerable!!

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Yes, clearly he is becoming desperate, as are the EU leaders.

When Ireland and Denmark were close to leaving, the EU dictators managed to reverse their decisions quite quickly and easily.

I think they are having a greater struggle in conquering this country, just as Hitler did.

Can we withstand the assault, just as we did all those years ago?

The thing with empires is that they grow and grow and when they become big enough they discover that their gains are unsustainable. That happened to us in the middle of the 20th Century.

I suspect that this is now happening to the EU Empire. Regardless of how much our remoaner traitors dither and dawdle, the EU's days are numbered.
I also helieve that JBR! But this is now, and we, although in a
majority are surrounded by a powerful and vociferous establishment
that is determined to overturn OUR decision to leave by any and
all means possible! The EU doesnt have to do very much to block
us with this fifth column implanted in our midst!!!
The process of reversal is well underway?
One way for Boris to demonstrate his sincerity is to make a
statement that fishing grounds will start to be taken back by our
own operatives in a phased manner with immediate effect after
our ever receeding exit date, this would prove his brexit credentials!
Nigel should publicly challenge Boris along these lines before
it is too late!?!

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13-11-2019, 08:58 PM
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Re: Fisheries still vulnerable!!

Originally Posted by Solasch ->
Leaving without a deal is immoral, but not illegal.

No less moral than the EU refusing to offer the UK a Withdrawal Deal, thereby forcing the UK to either stay in the EU or face the totally legal option of just walking away.

At the same time it is a clear breach of the Lisbon Treaty whose Article 50 says we are entitled to a "Withdrawal Deal".

It is thus the EU that is being totally immoral and at the same time pathetically dictatorial.
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14-11-2019, 09:27 AM
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No less moral than the EU refusing to offer the UK a Withdrawal Deal, thereby forcing the UK to either stay in the EU or face the totally legal option of just walking away.

At the same time it is a clear breach of the Lisbon Treaty whose Article 50 says we are entitled to a "Withdrawal Deal".

It is thus the EU that is being totally immoral and at the same time pathetically dictatorial.
What are you on about? We have negotiated and agreed two withdrawal deals between the UK and the EU. The EU has not refused to offer the UK a withdrawal deal.
You have a totally unrealistic view of the facts for someone with a forum name of Realist. But no doubt you will come back with your explanation of your take on it ..
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14-11-2019, 06:09 PM
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Re: Fisheries still vulnerable!!

Originally Posted by Donkeyman ->
I also helieve that JBR! But this is now, and we, although in a
majority are surrounded by a powerful and vociferous establishment
that is determined to overturn OUR decision to leave by any and
all means possible! The EU doesnt have to do very much to block
us with this fifth column implanted in our midst!!!
The process of reversal is well underway?
One way for Boris to demonstrate his sincerity is to make a
statement that fishing grounds will start to be taken back by our
own operatives in a phased manner with immediate effect after
our ever receeding exit date, this would prove his brexit credentials!
Nigel should publicly challenge Boris along these lines before
it is too late!?!

Donkeyman!


Being on this forum for some time I thought that "leave" was a majority in the UK. Being over just for a few days to be a the cenotaph, I noticed that men and women aged 35 and younger are very pro-EU. Which seems logical, when you think about it. They have not known a UK that was not within the EU.
Donkey, I think you are a dying breed, bound to fade into history.
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