Thread: Brexit means Brexit

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    Again I ask you, what do you think the future is?

    We have voted to leave the EU, we are not part of it anymore.

    What do you think the future is?

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    Change the record. we have had that discussion. Hundreds of posts of your doom and gloom nonsense from earlier on in this thread. But one thing hasn't changed. Your denial that your partner is having affairs (an analogy not real life).
    You have swallowed EU propaganda hook, line and sinker. Never lived or worked abroad but you know the EU. You commented that Condor will go down like Thomas Cook but Condor is still there despite EU rules on state aid. (Condor has received almost €600m) Thats 3 times what Thomas Cook wanted to save the group. Its not a clever German govt supporting an airline or their people, its a German govt undermining EU law and British companies and British jobs. It is state aid which is against EU law.
    You should have discussed UK influence within the EU with your local MEP. An honest MEP would confirm its also a myth.

    If you were able to switch off your socialist ideology you may see more clearly. The same happens in all industries. Rule breaking galore, putting national interests first while damaging others. It is not a union I want to be part of. I would rather join the 170+ countries that are enjoying life outside this club.

    Remember:
    it's very difficult when you play against foreign opposition because culturally they don't class diving, or feigning injury, as cheating. They only see it as part of the game.
    Things won't change much for most of us. We will still be able to travel where ever we want, we can still live and work in another country (albeit more paperwork), we didn't have the euro anyway. The licence only really affects contractors. It remains possible to sign off EU aircraft within the UK on UK licences. Extraordinary social benefits greatly exceeding the UK is largely a myth and those that do have more far exceed the EU minimum requirements. If we were to align with EU minimum requirements you would be complaining about the cuts. Its all about facts Litebulbs, not ideology or propaganda or doom and gloom predictions (which are not facts). You and alber follow the myth of what EU membership brings you look the other way to the disadvantages.

    I don't worry about what the future will hold, I can't influence it. I will just go along for the ride like you will to, like a marriage, for better or for worse. But the main thing is, the most important thing, I divorce my EU partners because we have widely different views on almost everything. And just like a real divorce, a new journey commences.

    And anyway, if things get too bad, I will just switch to my ENAC licence and matching nationality.

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    Food for thought there

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    The EU has also insisted on an interpretation of an end to the common fisheries policy that would mean that they could carry on fishing in our waters just as before, even though we had pledged to take back control. I am not a diplomat but let me try to put it in diplomatic language: some people might think that the EU had not been negotiating absolutely 100% in line with what all of us might have hoped.
    That's the one that gets my goat. They are so desperate that they may kneel on Scotland to agitate harder for Independence in order to join the EU on a fast-track, surrendering fishing rights to the EU.
    I love this job

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    Quote Originally Posted by litebulbs View Post
    Food for thought there
    For you there isn't. Your position is fixed. But my decision has nothing to do with warm empire feelings, nothing to do with stopping EU migration as so many remainers have stated. I am just facing some uncomfortable realities about this relationship and have decided that I don't want to be part of a group that behaves this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinsley Green View Post
    For you there isn't. Your position is fixed.
    Rubbish.

    To carry on with your analogy, I have been dumped, I didn't want to be, because there were "ups & downs with every marrage", but dumped none the less.

    So I will pick the pieces up and have to move on, I have no choice.

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    But now will you answer my question, as there are pages and pages of you avoiding it.

    You have been clear about your cheating partner, but was that not just a reaction to your own cheating; cause and effect? Also, you are out in the market again, but looking round with someone with your peculiar traits and mannerisms, but possibly way past your prime?
    Last edited by litebulbs; September 16th, 2020 at 09:49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by litebulbs View Post
    Rubbish.

    To carry on with your analogy, I have been dumped, I didn't want to be, because there were "ups & downs with every marrage", but dumped none the less.

    So I will pick the pieces up and have to move on, I have no choice.
    exactly and the rest is irrelevant.

    Remainers=oh I will never love again, that was the best partner I could ever hope for, my world has come to an end

    brexiteers=at last free again, now I will go and find my dream partner

    And just as is the case in relationships, for some it will be the end of the world for others they will find their dream partner. Time will tell where the UK ends up, fact is nobody knows.

    Now you can only pick yourself up and give it another try with someone else.
    Last edited by Tinsley Green; September 16th, 2020 at 17:31.

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