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messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by pk March 09, 04:40PM

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> > > > > keyboard warrior, so brave to hide behind
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> > > > what a pr*ck
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> > we're on the internet, how would I do it without
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> Have you tried face to face?

on an internet forum?

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Blah Blah March 09, 04:49PM

Everything that drives the list of adjectives levied at leave voters by remainers illustrated perfectly by the angry little Grove Boy.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Grove boy March 09, 04:53PM

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> Everything that drives the list of adjectives
> levied at leave voters by remainers illustrated
> perfectly by the angry little Grove Boy.


I never voted either way so wrong again!

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Grove boy March 09, 04:59PM

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> > > > > > keyboard warrior, so brave to hide
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> > > > > what a pr*ck
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> > > your'e
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Oooh you've played this game before! Did you get a a little tickle mouthing off behind your keyboard? A little stirring of the loins from your brave outburst? Will you be telling your one mate down the pub that you called someone a prick on the internet? You're a real tough nut you!

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by pk March 09, 05:07PM

Grove boy Wrote:
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> Oooh you've played this game before! Did you get a
> a little tickle mouthing off behind your keyboard?
> A little stirring of the loins from your brave
> outburst? Will you be telling your one mate down
> the pub that you called someone a prick on the
> internet? You're a real tough nut you!

what a pr*ck

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Grove boy March 09, 05:27PM

pk Wrote:
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> > Oooh you've played this game before! Did you get
> a
> > a little tickle mouthing off behind your
> keyboard?
> > A little stirring of the loins from your brave
> > outburst? Will you be telling your one mate
> down
> > the pub that you called someone a prick on the
> > internet? You're a real tough nut you!
>
> what a pr*ck


It would carry more weight if you said that to my face, until this happens you're just a faceless mouthy coward.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by pk March 09, 05:43PM

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You’re so tough and brave

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Blah Blah March 09, 06:25PM

Grove Boy. If you are not here to engage in what for the most part has been a civil and good discussion, then do one.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Blah Blah March 09, 06:29PM

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> > mouthy coward.
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> You’re so tough and brave

For someone who claims he never voted either way, he sure has a lot of irrational anger to project at remain voters and the middle classes doesn't he?

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by pk March 09, 08:16PM

Blah Blah Wrote:
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> to
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> > > face, until this happens you're just a
> faceless
> > > mouthy coward.
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> > You’re so tough and brave
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> For someone who claims he never voted either way,
> he sure has a lot of irrational anger to project
> at remain voters and the middle classes doesn't
> he?

He’s a bit scary tho, I think he wants to pretend he wants to fight me

What a pr*ck he is

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by ED Bird March 09, 10:01PM

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> You are one obnoxious, stuck up, condescending
> @#$%&. Typical remainer still farting off that
> people didn't know what they voted for. All that
> matters is remain lost, you lost but that fact
> eats away at you. Racists, thicko's etc etc. Is
> this what you voted for ?
> [www.theguardian.com]
> /08/detention-torture-and-killing-how-the-eu-outso
> urced-migration-policy you must have done right!
>
> TheCat, don't waste your time and energy with
> these stuck up fools.





This.

Don't worry, Cat. We're all thinking it, we just choose not to entertain them.

This clique does not represent the East Dulwich community.
Real residents of East Dulwich are far too busy living their lives. I meet them on a daily basis & none of them take this forum seriously.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by diable rouge March 09, 10:05PM

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> Real residents of East Dulwich are far too busy
> living their lives. I meet them on a daily basis &
> none of them take this forum seriously.

Sounds like you've got a bit of a cliqué going on there Birdy...



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messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Blah Blah March 09, 11:01PM

And now we have gone from what was a civil conversation about the coming trade talks to some kind of pseudo class warfare led by obvious trolling.

As for taking this forum seriously or not, who cares? Only those that took the time to login to run a good discussion into the gutter of abuse it seems. How ironic.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by rahrahrah March 10, 11:58AM

It's difficult to have a serious conversation about the trade talks, as from what I can tell, there aren't any really. The UK appears to have rowed back from our commitments in the political declaration and are now pursuing a no deal, or at best a few small side deals. I'm not sure why Boris is doing this, but doesn't bode well from January next year. we may just be coming out of a coronavirus induced economic slump, only to impose economic sanctions on ourselves. It's all too crazy.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Blah Blah March 10, 12:08PM

I agree rahrah. The political declaration is what Parliament voted for. It is also the platform on which the Government fought the election. But now, that same government has no regard for it. Everything those fighting it warned about, is now coming plainly true. The hedged bet by the ERG that in supporting the Withdrawal Agreement, that they would still be able to get their desired no deal, is also coming true.

Having said all of that though, it is still very early days in any trade talks. All we have seen so far, are the opening shots across the bows. Those pushing for the Leave side, promised we could have our cake and eat it, and that seems to be what they are going to demand. The EU on the other hand, are bound by their own concerns. Something will have to give if anything is to move forward.

Ironically, the EU may well be forced to change some of the very things exploited by the Leave side because of external events anyway.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by rahrahrah March 10, 12:39PM

A decision about whether or not to extend talks will be needed by June. The way things have gone so far (no real progress) suggests that without and extension, there will not be enough time to negotiate a comprehensive trade deal. All those people stockpiling, may as well get used to it imo. Come January there is going to be a lot of disruption.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by rahrahrah March 10, 12:42PM

Mind you, in some ways Coronavirus does provide Boris with a potential out. He may decide to extend the negotiations due to the 'exceptional circumstaces'. Assuming that he isn't as stupid as he looks and does actually want to reduce the amount of disruption and economic damage a no deal exit would cause.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Blah Blah March 10, 01:00PM

Yes, I am inclined to think that the Coronavirus matter may well give him the get out he needs. The problem though is that he is surrounded by hard Brexit impatience. These things have a funny way of panning out often. In many ways, Boris has been extremely lucky with timing. This is true of populism in general. It requires certain crisis to in place to thrive.

Personally, I think Boris absolutely wants a deal with the EU and can see the dangers in not securing one. What he won't accept though, is that a comprehensive trade deal probably needs around four years to be completed. Getting to the end of his term as PM with a trade deal still in negotiation and the UK still technically in 'transition', is not going to work for him. But, resorting to WTO with a global recession threatening from the impact of COVID19, is a very poor place for the UK economy to be in. We have no leverage to get good and favourable trade agreements in such a scenario.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by diable rouge March 10, 01:07PM

A lot of people quickly forget how the hardcore Brextremists think, right from the start of the referendum campaign they have played the blame game, so just as Covid 19 could be used as an excuse to extend the June deadline, it could also equally be used i.e. a C19 inspired economic slump, to blame and bury the effects of a No Deal Brexit...

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by keano77 March 10, 03:05PM

Some interesting points raised above chaps and chapettes.

BUT...

I would question the unity of the EU now. It has become apparent that Barnier is now dealing with pressures of individual nations’ self interest as the talks begin and arguments rage as to who pays more, and receives less, to cover the shortfall left by the U.K.

Secondly, hopefully Covid-19 doesn’t get out of control but if it does it could rip the EU apart, especially if a financial crash results from the mayhem. Countries are already questioning the wisdom of ‘just in time’ supply chains and being dependent on low wage manufacturing in the Far East.

How would the EU be able to support the economies of 27 nations in a pandemic? Just one simple example would be a collapse of tourism - how many jobs would be at stake if Britons and Germans didn’t fight over sun loungers and we didn’t frequent French restaurants to be insulted?

There may be very strong arguments for going it alone as we reboot our economy and address green issues going forward.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by diable rouge March 10, 03:15PM

It will be interesting to see how the EU react to what Austria has apparently said in that it will close it's border to Italians, therefore a loss of Freedom of Movement. Are they happy to waiver that principle albeit temporarily?...

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by keano77 March 10, 03:46PM

“... Are they happy to waiver that principle albeit temporarily?...”

I can see how expediency might require a temporary suspension that wouldn’t compromise the principle of Freedom of Movement.

The danger for the EU from my mind would be if individual countries put their national and citizens’ interests before the greater Interest of the EU.

Let’s hope events don’t put unity to the test.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Grove boy March 10, 04:27PM

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> > > mouthy coward.
> >
> > You’re so tough and brave
>
> For someone who claims he never voted either way,
> he sure has a lot of irrational anger to project
> at remain voters and the middle classes doesn't
> he?

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Grove boy March 10, 04:36PM

pk Wrote:
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> > > You’re so tough and brave
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> way,
> > he sure has a lot of irrational anger to
> project
> > at remain voters and the middle classes doesn't
> > he?
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> He’s a bit scary tho, I think he wants to pretend
> he wants to fight me
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> What a pr*ck he is


I'm not pretending you mouthy coward, call someone a prick in the real world/ offline and you'll get a kicking, but no you sit behind a keyboard giving it. You're a gutless piece of shit, a sap.

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by JohnL March 10, 05:07PM

This thread is heading towards the bin I think smiling smiley

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by diable rouge March 10, 05:28PM

I prefer my bouncers Golden...

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e1/Neighbours_Bouncer.JPG

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by JohnL March 10, 05:44PM

I got a bit Priti Patelish I'm afraid smiling smiley

I'll go back to Roy Jenkins

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by pk March 10, 06:17PM

Grove boy Wrote:
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> pretend he wants to fight me
> >
> > What a pr*ck he is
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> I'm not pretending you mouthy coward, call someone
> a prick in the real world/ offline and you'll get
> a kicking, but no you sit behind a keyboard giving
> it. You're a gutless piece of shit, a sap.

You’re not pretending! So you really want to fight me 🤣

how pathetic/psychopathic!

What a tough guy!

What a pr*ck!

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by diable rouge March 10, 06:30PM

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GB is the bouncer, I'm sure you'd make a better Roy Jenkins than Priti Patel though...smiling smiley

messageRe: EU Trade Talks Thread
Posted by Blah Blah March 10, 06:34PM

Grove....stop trolling. You only ever post (from your posting history) to insult people, usually based on class and because they voted remain. You are determined to ruin any debate and pick a fight with someone (literally). Just stop it.



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