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Re: Is EU on leaves side??

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Its treason Meg.
If it were actually treason then the perpetrators would be arrested. But there are no arrests as it isnít treason, just uninformed brexiteer BS
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If it were actually treason then the perpetrators would be arrested. But there are no arrests as it isnít treason, just uninformed brexiteer BS
Google up the definition of treason.

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I've done it for you

the crime of betraying one's country, especially by attempting to kill or overthrow the sovereign or government.
"they were convicted of treason"
synonyms: treachery, lese-majes

the action of betraying someone or something.
plural noun: treasons
"doubt is the ultimate treason against faith"
synonyms: treachery, lese-majesty
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07-09-2019, 08:15 PM
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But the other side of the coin is that if an extension is
denied we are also very likely to fall out by default due to
the time factor between now and exit date?
Am l missing something Realist?

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Itís all politics; Merkel and Macron (especially!) hint at no extension, but when it comes to it they graciously grant us one and are bogged up in the (Remain) media to be statesmanlike and noble.
Whereas if/when BoJo goes requesting an extension, as the Benn law forces him to, that same media portrays him as surrendering, or backing down. And if he defies the Benn law, that same media calls him a criminal, etc
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Edit!! Bigged up, not bogged up!
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07-09-2019, 10:57 PM
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Re: Is EU on leaves side??

Originally Posted by Patriot1967 ->
Itís all politics; Merkel and Macron (especially!) hint at no extension, but when it comes to it they graciously grant us one and are bogged up in the (Remain) media to be statesmanlike and noble.
Whereas if/when BoJo goes requesting an extension, as the Benn law forces him to, that same media portrays him as surrendering, or backing down. And if he defies the Benn law, that same media calls him a criminal, etc
Thats the answer l wanted Patriot, thank you!

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08-09-2019, 02:10 PM
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Re: Is EU on leaves side??

Originally Posted by Patriot1967 ->
Itís all politics; Merkel and Macron (especially!) hint at no extension, but when it comes to it they graciously grant us one and are bogged up in the (Remain) media to be statesmanlike and noble.
Whereas if/when BoJo goes requesting an extension, as the Benn law forces him to, that same media portrays him as surrendering, or backing down. And if he defies the Benn law, that same media calls him a criminal, etc
But what if you are wrong? Boris goes to ask for an extension to renegotiate and that is denied As being insufficient reason? What will your mps do then?
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08-09-2019, 02:22 PM
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But what if you are wrong? Boris goes to ask for an extension to renegotiate and that is denied As being insufficient reason? What will your mps do then?
Time will tell if Iím right or wrong.
But if the extension is refused, then the UK leaves on WTO terms. Imagine the irony of that, no deal being inflicted on us by the EU, not by BoJo.
What would the remainers make of that?

But given that the remainers have been in contact with the EU, as mentioned in a post on this or another thread, I donít see that happening. Remember, their ultimate goal is to stop Brexit happening, this next extension is just one step towards that goal.
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08-09-2019, 02:50 PM
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Time will tell if Iím right or wrong.
But if the extension is refused, then the UK leaves on WTO terms. Imagine the irony of that, no deal being inflicted on us by the EU, not by BoJo.
What would the remainers make of that?

But given that the remainers have been in contact with the EU, as mentioned in a post on this or another thread, I donít see that happening. Remember, their ultimate goal is to stop Brexit happening, this next extension is just one step towards that goal.
I agree Patriot, the extension is certain to be allowed if
requested, it suits eu perfectly! But the shyte taking over
in the hoc dont care about that, i suits them also?
We have bigger problems than brexit now!!

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08-09-2019, 03:14 PM
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Re: Is EU on leaves side??

Originally Posted by Donkeyman ->
I agree Patriot, the extension is certain to be allowed if
requested, it suits eu perfectly!
But the shyte taking over
in the hoc dont care about that, i suits them also?
We have bigger problems than brexit now!!

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Maybe not ....

PARIS (Reuters) Ė Franceís foreign minister said on Sunday that, as things stand, the European Union would not grant Britain an extension beyond Oct. 31 to negotiate its exit from the bloc.

ďItís very worrying. The British must tell us what they want,Ē Jean-Yves Le Drian told Europe 1 radio.

Asked if an extension beyond Oct. 31 was possible, Le Drian said not under current conditions. ďWe are not going to do (extend) this every three months,Ē he said.
https://www.euronews.com/2019/09/08/...s-things-stand


We have told them what we want but the EU are deaf..
move the backstop..
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08-09-2019, 03:37 PM
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Re: Is EU on leaves side??

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Maybe not ....

We have told them what we want but the EU are deaf..
move the backstop..
That is renegotiate. That option was closed in december 2018. Are you deaf over there in the UK? So stop asking again and again.

Extension for referendum or GE? It is feasable, as both would result in remain.
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