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I am old enough to have voted in the first Referendum about the EEC, in 1975

I voted out because I could envisage situations where the various governments and authorities would make the rules up as they went along, and pick & choose whet suited them -

Anything that suited - You must do that, you're in the EEC now

Anything they didn't like, or want to get involved in - Oh, that's nothing to do with us, you're an independent country you know

Looks like that's exactly what's happened


Same happened in Catalonia when they had a peoples vote.
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Meanwhile in other news, the EU are now backing the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that links Germany to .... Russia.

The EU being those caring lefty people have also denied the Ukraine any revenue in transit fees for the pipeline to go through their country, by bypassing the Ukraine altogether and annexing it just that little bit more, from the rest of the World.

Oh well, no more gas from the USA for EU backed Germany - thats going to please the already fragile trading relations with the USA ... as Russia now has Germany by the b0ll0cks by owning its gas supplies.

Brilliant !
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08-02-2019, 05:53 PM
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Re: The EU Keeping the Peace (well, not actually)

Originally Posted by Bread ->
Meanwhile in other news, the EU are now backing the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that links Germany to .... Russia.

The EU being those caring lefty people have also denied the Ukraine any revenue in transit fees for the pipeline to go through their country, by bypassing the Ukraine altogether and annexing it just that little bit more, from the rest of the World.

Oh well, no more gas from the USA for EU backed Germany - thats going to please the already fragile trading relations with the USA ... as Russia now has Germany by the b0ll0cks by owning its gas supplies.

Brilliant !
Russia might just be the replacement of the UK after brexit. Seems beneficial for world peace.
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08-02-2019, 05:57 PM
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Re: The EU Keeping the Peace (well, not actually)

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Russia might just be the replacement of the UK after brexit. Seems beneficial for world peace.

Very much doubt it considering we booted out the Russian diplomats over the Scripal poisonings.
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Very much doubt it considering we booted out the Russian diplomats over the Scripal poisonings.
Russia replacing the UK in the EU ensures unlimited energy resources availability.
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Very much doubt it considering we booted out the Russian diplomats over the Scripal poisonings.
Just for curiosity sake. What is the punishment in the UK for those brits spying on the UK for (e.g.) Iran?
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Just for curiosity sake. What is the punishment in the UK for those brits spying on the UK for (e.g.) Iran?

If it's attempted murder or murder then it's a long prison sentence.
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Yeah ... when there is trouble in Euroland the EU does nothing. So you can't claim it keeps the peace can you.

So you would have wanted the EU to get involved in the Toxteth riots or the Poll Tax riots etc etc??
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So you would have wanted the EU to get involved in the Toxteth riots or the Poll Tax riots etc etc??

If it was to keep the peace and be a broker then yes. It looks like it failed over here as well. Thanks for pointing it out
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Re: The EU Keeping the Peace (well, not actually)

Originally Posted by Bread ->
Meanwhile in other news, the EU are now backing the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that links Germany to .... Russia.

The EU being those caring lefty people have also denied the Ukraine any revenue in transit fees for the pipeline to go through their country, by bypassing the Ukraine altogether and annexing it just that little bit more, from the rest of the World.

Oh well, no more gas from the USA for EU backed Germany - thats going to please the already fragile trading relations with the USA ... as Russia now has Germany by the b0ll0cks by owning its gas supplies.

Brilliant !
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Have you been to the Ukraine?

I have as part of my job.

It is incredibly corrupt, a nightmare.

It is a major supplier of guns and explosives to Muslim terrorists in the EU and UK.

Buying a passport there is a doddle.

Gas is supplied on cost and security of supplies, Ukraine is not secure, the pipeline would be run by their Mafia.

Stop poking Putin and he will stop poking us.

Salisbury was a reaction to Boris and his comments, a reminder of what they can do if they want.
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