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OwlHoot
25th October 2017, 11:43
OwlHoot :mad

AtW
25th October 2017, 11:48
As before Brexit, during Brexit and after Brexit one thing will remain constant - it's only Official if I say so! :mad

northernladyuk
25th October 2017, 11:48
OwlHoot :mad

Surely every Brexit thread reminds you of how clever you are to help bring about such a roaring success for the nation. :rollin:

NotAllThere
25th October 2017, 13:09
Do you think we need an official "Enemies of Enemies of Brexit threads"?

AtW
25th October 2017, 13:15
Do you think we need an official "Enemies of Enemies of Brexit threads"?

Should we hold a legally non-binding referendum?

original PM
25th October 2017, 13:37
Should we hold a legally non-binding referendum?

Maybe we could read through the history of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and get some ideas on how best to break up a union of states?

AtW
25th October 2017, 13:41
Maybe we could read through the history of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and get some ideas on how best to break up a union of states?

Why won't you enlighten me on it?

northernladyuk
25th October 2017, 13:42
Maybe we could read through the history of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and get some ideas on how best to break up a union of states?

USSR was a sovereign state, so it's not really relevant.

stek
25th October 2017, 13:52
USSR was a sovereign state, so it's not really relevant.

Pod kulakom, pod plyet’.....

original PM
25th October 2017, 13:58
USSR was a sovereign state, so it's not really relevant.

It was a conglomeration of separate countries held together by a central dictatorial body who held sway over member states based on fear of what would happen if they left.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_Union

sasguru
25th October 2017, 14:22
It was a conglomeration of separate countries held together by a central dictatorial body who held sway over member states based on fear of what would happen if they left.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_Union

Yes the Soviet Union and the EU are very similar indeed.
FFS you utterly stupid <whoops>.

AtW
25th October 2017, 14:23
It was a conglomeration of separate countries held together by a central dictatorial body who held sway over member states based on fear of what would happen if they left.

So why did they break up in 1991 then?

P.S. It wasn't "fear" that held them together, it was army, interior army and KGB located in each of the member states.

AtW
25th October 2017, 14:25
Yes the Soviet Union and the EU are very similar indeed. FFS you utterly stupid crazy dude.

What would have happened with Brexiter in Soviet Union?

They'd get very long jail sentence after Stalin, get shot under Stalin.

shaunbhoy
25th October 2017, 14:45
What would have happened with Brexiter in Soviet Union?



The Soviet Union did not allow free-thinking dynamic people to prosper.

They much preferred compliant easily-led simpletons. A nation of Bremainers that needed their arses wiping for them.

HTH

:wink

original PM
25th October 2017, 16:07
So why did they break up in 1991 then?

P.S. It wasn't "fear" that held them together, it was army, interior army and KGB located in each of the member states.

Yes and I have a funny feeling the army and kgb located in each member state contributed to the fear.

You know because people who opposed the regime were disappeared.

administrator
25th October 2017, 16:10
Yes the Soviet Union and the EU are very similar indeed.
FFS you utterly stupid <removed>.

I have edit one post with your misspelling of cat already being removed. Don't do it again or I will set you upon the EU naughty step between Messrs Farage and Blair :mad

original PM
25th October 2017, 16:12
I have edit one post with your misspelling of cat already being removed. Don't do it again or I will set you upon the EU naughty step between Messrs Farage and Blair :mad

Don't do it on my behalf.

The inability to distinguish between 2 similar things is what really shows him up as.....

northernladyuk
25th October 2017, 16:13
It was a conglomeration of separate countries held together by a central dictatorial body who held sway over member states based on fear of what would happen if they left.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_Union

The USSR was a sovereign state. The constituent republics were not.

northernladyuk
25th October 2017, 16:15
I have edit one post with your misspelling of cat already being removed.

You are a dreary old cat.

AtW
25th October 2017, 16:26
Yes and I have a funny feeling the army and kgb located in each member state contributed to the fear. You know because people who opposed the regime were
disappeared.

It wasn't fear, it was terror.

EU is nothing like USSR, those who say otherwise should spend some time in GULAGs and then try to answer same question again - then back to GULAG if they still don't get it.

original PM
25th October 2017, 16:59
It wasn't fear, it was terror.

EU is nothing like USSR, those who say otherwise should spend some time in GULAGs and then try to answer same question again - then back to GULAG if they still don't get it.

And the eu wants an army.....

AtW
25th October 2017, 17:19
And the eu wants an army.....

Did you expect to see French forces occupying your local village?

original PM
25th October 2017, 17:30
Did you expect to see French forces occupying your local village?

It always starts somewhere.

AtW
25th October 2017, 17:40
It always starts somewhere.

So you have no faith for British Army to occupy some place nice in EU too? :eyes

northernladyuk
25th October 2017, 17:57
It always starts somewhere.

But it hasn't actually started anywhere.

original PM
25th October 2017, 18:14
But it hasn't actually started anywhere.

Yet

northernladyuk
25th October 2017, 18:16
Yet

You should be more worried about the UK government's rhetoric about enemies of the people and saboteurs.

BR14
25th October 2017, 19:32
ah, - FFS! can't you lot give it a fecking rest?

stek
25th October 2017, 19:55
The Soviet Union did not allow free-thinking dynamic people to prosper.

They much preferred compliant easily-led simpletons. A nation of Bremainers that needed their arses wiping for them.

HTH

:wink

Spasibo Tvarishu Shaun-malchiku za nashe schastlivoye dyetstvo. EU, eto prekrasnaya veshch...

BR14
25th October 2017, 20:13
Spasibo Tvarishu Shaun-malchiku za nashe schastlivoye dyetstvo. EU, eto prekrasnaya veshch...

:rollin:

vetran
25th October 2017, 20:42
Did you expect to see French forces surrendering in your local village?

FTFY

vetran
25th October 2017, 20:47
I have edit one post with your misspelling of cat already being removed. Don't do it again or I will set you upon the EU naughty step between Messrs Farage and Blair :mad

that is AssSnob for you always self identifying!

Keep up the good work.

shaunbhoy
25th October 2017, 21:18
Spasibo Tvarishu Shaun-malchiku za nashe schastlivoye dyetstvo. EU, eto prekrasnaya veshch...

Fook sake Stek.......I'll get this round....you're pissed!! :wink

stek
25th October 2017, 22:35
Fook sake Stek.......I'll get this round....you're pissed!! :wink

Pyaniy Macho, Ya...

Russian language is very expressive you know, I wish I'd studied harder, grammar is fearsome, I'm sure Atw knows the Russian joke about the five pokers........