The Official Leo Varadker Is An Utter Cunt Thread

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What an utter cunt, looking after his countries own interest in light of the most retarded debacle in British politics in decades. :lol:

I’m not sure if there was a disconnect between those living in Scotland and those living in England in the whole Brexit debate (other than the results themselves). The Irish border question was always on the agenda here.

Really though, if you’re as involved in the whole Brexit debate as much as some here are, not knowing that the border issue might create a bit of a roadblock suggests to me you weren’t really aware of the implications of what you were voting for.
 

Clarence Worley

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What an utter cunt, looking after his countries own interest in light of the most retarded debacle in British politics in decades. :lol:

I’m not sure if there was a disconnect between those living in Scotland and those living in England in the whole Brexit debate (other than the results themselves). The Irish border question was always on the agenda here.

Really though, if you’re as involved in the whole Brexit debate as much as some here are, not knowing that the border issue might create a bit of a roadblock suggests to me you weren’t really aware of the implications of what you were voting for.
The fact is he is risking his own countries interests because he pushes us towards no deal and they will suffer negative effects of that

the % of goods that pass the border are tiny and its a non-issue. Allow FOM for NI so no checks on folk and do border checks away from the border - not that any are required given we have promised regulatory convergence.

its a total smokescreen and happened when leo got in
 
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The fact is he is risking his own countries interests because he pushes us towards no deal and they will suffer negative effects of that

the % of goods that pass the border are tiny and its a non-issue. Allow FOM for NI so no checks on folk and do border checks away from the border - not that any are required given we have promised regulatory convergence.

its a total smokescreen and happened when leo got in
You are naive to a retarded level.
 
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you are incapable of refuting anything with anything other than meaningless insults
What am I supposed to refute?

If someone tells me the sky is coloured green, what am I meant to say to that? What do I refute?

I've given you very sensible responses as to why Varadkar and the Irish government are not moving on the border issue. All very logical and all very predictable, and you keep babbling on like it's his fault a deal can't get done.

Who will you be blaming next week?
 

Clarence Worley

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What am I supposed to refute?

If someone tells me the sky is coloured green, what am I meant to say to that? What do I refute?

I've given you very sensible responses as to why Varadkar and the Irish government are not moving on the border issue. All very logical and all very predictable, and you keep babbling on like it's his fault a deal can't get done.

Who will you be blaming next week?
Do ireland stand to lose more than most other eu countries under no deal?

answer yes.

is leo pushing us into no deal?

answer yes

I blame major and heath for the lot of this but they are the original sinners (eu language)
 
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Do ireland stand to lose more than most other eu countries under no deal?

answer yes.

is leo pushing us into no deal?

answer yes

I blame major and heath for the lot of this but they are the original sinners (eu language)
Of course Ireland stands to lose more than other EU countries, but not as much as the UK and as mentioned over and over, we have previously established agreements with the UK, Northern Ireland etc that we are sticking to for the sake of peace.

Also, you must remember that Northern Ireland as a territory, overall voted to remain. So , who exactly would Varadkar appease by insisting on customs borders? He would alienate people all over the island.

If you don't get this, you are simple or naive or both. The UK are leaving regardless , why would he jeopardise cross border relations and cross community peace by bending to the will of an exiting British government.?

You guys are leaving, you should of had this ironed out by now.
 
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The fact is he is risking his own countries interests because he pushes us towards no deal and they will suffer negative effects of that

the % of goods that pass the border are tiny and its a non-issue. Allow FOM for NI so no checks on folk and do border checks away from the border - not that any are required given we have promised regulatory convergence.

its a total smokescreen and happened when leo got in
The same could be said about everyone involved in facilitating a EU referendum, campaigned to Leave, or voted to leave.
Those people have damaged their own countries best interests and we will suffer negative economic effects because of that.

Nobody owes the UK a thing for this self inflicted mess, least of all the Irish.
 

Ernest Shackleton

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Of course Ireland stands to lose more than other EU countries, but not as much as the UK and as mentioned over and over, we have previously established agreements with the UK, Northern Ireland etc that we are sticking to for the sake of peace.

Also, you must remember that Northern Ireland as a territory, overall voted to remain. So , who exactly would Varadkar appease by insisting on customs borders? He would alienate people all over the island.

If you don't get this, you are simple or naive or both. The UK are leaving regardless , why would he jeopardise cross border relations and cross community peace by bending to the will of an exiting British government.?

You guys are leaving, you should of had this ironed out by now.

Well the obvious solution is for the U.K. to declare war on the Republic of Ireland. Ireland’s army is 8000 strong, the U.K. could twat it by tea time and conquer the paddy’s.
 
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Clarence Worley

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The same could be said about everyone involved in facilitating a EU referendum, campaigned to Leave, or voted to leave.
Those people have damaged their own countries best interests and we will suffer negative economic effects because of that.

Nobody owes the UK a thing for this self inflicted mess, least of all the Irish.
Not really, a no deal has many positives and advantages for the uk, not so for ireland.
 
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The Brits voted Brexit because of all the Jihadi's. Funny if that vote leads to pubs and shopping centres being blown up.
 
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Polling suggests 86% blame hermon munster
An open online poll in a pro-hard Brexit UK newspaper? Yep, sounds reliable. This is nearly as bad as when you mistook a random Facebook post for an official government briefing in the Tommy Robinson thread. :lol:
 
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