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If the OBR, the Treasury, and the Bank of England are producing dire predictions (with the latter two more severe than the OBR) then it is probably about time to start listening to them rather than Farage, Johnson and Rees-Mogg (who's future enrichment depends on pushing forward this nonsense). :rolleyes:

When you look at vested interests vs national interests it is pretty easy to weigh up Johnson, Mogg and Farage against the OBR, the Treasury and the Bank of England, unless of course you are the sort of politically illiterate doltard easily seduced by populist lies.
 
You really aren't very good at this, are you.

Surely, you can do better than relying on the same tired rhetorical device in every post? For somebody playing games, you arent bringing much game to the game. You are boring.
 

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macbindle said:
You really aren't very good at this, are you.

Surely, you can do better than relying on the same tired rhetorical device in every post? For somebody playing games, you arent bringing much game to the game. You are boring.
Don't make everything about you. You do like to call groups of people names which is playing games.

NO DEAL NO DEAL NO DEAL
 
You are no good at this on any level. Spare the rest of us your puerile games and come back when you've grown a pair and can have a discussion on an adult level.

Until such time, you are being consigned to the ignore bin.
 
I really hope and pray that the British people don't continue on the path of American leadership examples. You didn't need your minds made up on non existent weapons of mass destruction. You don't need American advice on diplomacy. You don't need American techniques on health insurance or national health care systems.
The British don't need anything close to a Donald to take them from today to any future. Boris getting an endorsement should scare you, his agreement with even a few things Trump says should be an alarm.
And when Trump walked out solo on the Iran nuclear deal, he has somehow puppets western allies into a game of chicken w Iran. Each other shooting at each other w so far no dead bodies.
Oil tanker roulette is a stupid game to be played by fools. British logic should stop playing at Trump's table w no rules,no plans,short or long-term.
The most disappointment we can share..not part of our "special relationship" is fighting another war over nothing.
I personally owe George Bush an apology. He was nowhere near the dumbest President in American history.
 
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aphronesis said:
I see the British politics thread is giving stiff competition to the US. Maybe a refresher in populist manipulation is in order.
It’s one poster only....but it’s not his fault, it’s all the stupids peoples fault for no voting the same way as him :lol:
"stupids peoples"

If the cap fits...
 
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rick james said:
aphronesis said:
I see the British politics thread is giving stiff competition to the US. Maybe a refresher in populist manipulation is in order.
It’s one poster only....but it’s not his fault, it’s all the stupids peoples fault for no voting the same way as him :lol:
Fascinating thought. So why can none of this sage majority come up with a factual defense of their positions?
 
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