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View SW19 CPFC's Profile SW19 CPFC Flag Addiscombe 11 Sep 19 11.45pm Send a Private Message to SW19 CPFC Add SW19 CPFC as a friend

Originally posted by .TUX.

1. Why are the EU once again pumping funds into a continually failing system? (The clue is in 'continually')
2. Why is the current economic situation within the EU never (rarely at best) mentioned here yet piss poor projections, and that's all they are, regarding our departure always taken as 'facts'?

Everyone is pumping funds into a continually failing system. The clue is in ‘capitalism’. What’s your realistic alternative? Socialism? Unregulated decentralisation? Acid?

 


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Originally posted by SW19 CPFC

Everyone is pumping funds into a continually failing system. The clue is in ‘capitalism’. What’s your realistic alternative? Socialism? Unregulated decentralisation? Acid?

It's crony capitalism ie one that you, i and nobody else here (i'm guessing) is privvy to. How many more clues do you need?
At least understand the system before you post.

 


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Originally posted by .TUX.

1. Why are the EU once again pumping funds into a continually failing system? (The clue is in 'continually')
2. Why is the current economic situation within the EU never (rarely at best) mentioned here yet piss poor projections, and that's all they are, regarding our departure always taken as 'facts'?

Your points are always very close to being spot on (in my opinion) but surely the best outcome for us is either to:

1. Remain and now we’ve caused all this fuss push for some proper reform as one of the biggest economies and most powerful countries in the world

Or

2. Leave with a deal that actually puts us on a decent footing to maintain as much of the trading status quo as possible and not ostracise us completely

No deal is ridiculous on so many levels and will take a generation to change.

 


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Originally posted by .TUX.

It's crony capitalism ie one that you, i and nobody else here (i'm guessing) is privvy to. How many more clues do you need?
At least understand the system before you post.

Haha.

Capitalism is by its very nature crony. As already implied by the original post.

‘At least understand the system’ - are you for real? Anyone with a basic grasp of life understands that capitalism is corrupt, exploitative and gamed, but it’s the least worst option.

Answer the question

 


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Originally posted by DanH

Your points are always very close to being spot on (in my opinion) but surely the best outcome for us is either to:

1. Remain and now we’ve caused all this fuss push for some proper reform as one of the biggest economies and most powerful countries in the world

Or

2. Leave with a deal that actually puts us on a decent footing to maintain as much of the trading status quo as possible and not ostracise us completely

No deal is ridiculous on so many levels and will take a generation to change.

Biggest economies and most powerful countries is overstating it a bit perhaps. Especially on the trajectory we’ve been on for a while now. A lot of our international power comes by proxy courtesy of the good ol USA

 


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Originally posted by SW19 CPFC

Haha.

Capitalism is by its very nature crony. As already implied by the original post.

‘At least understand the system’ - are you for real? Anyone with a basic grasp of life understands that capitalism is corrupt, exploitative and gamed, but it’s the least worst option.

Answer the question


Not when funds printed from bloody thin-air and charged to the masses(!) are deliberately given to those at the top of the tree (cronies)! What do they do with this 'free money', they inflate asset prices from shares to housing. Nice work if you can get it.

If you want true capitalism go to a boot-market. It's the perfect model.

 


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Next UK General Election - Overall Majority Betting Odds

No Majority 4/7
Conservatives 2-1
Labour 10-1

 

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Westminster voting intention:

CON: 38% (-4)
LAB: 24% (-4)
LDEM: 20% (+5)
BREX: 7% (+2)
GRN: 3% (-)

via @KantarTNS, 05 - 09 Sep
Chgs. w/ 19 Aug

Note: Kantar do not prompt for the Greens and the Brexit Party on the same page as the other three parties

 

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Originally posted by dollardays

Westminster voting intention:

CON: 38% (-4)
LAB: 24% (-4)
LDEM: 20% (+5)
BREX: 7% (+2)
GRN: 3% (-)

via @KantarTNS, 05 - 09 Sep
Chgs. w/ 19 Aug

Note: Kantar do not prompt for the Greens and the Brexit Party on the same page as the other three parties

Once again we have no information regarding the failing block.
(No offence)

 


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View dollardays's Profile dollardays Flag 12 Sep 19 1.26am Send a Private Message to dollardays Add dollardays as a friend

Originally posted by .TUX.

Once again we have no information regarding the failing block.
(No offence)

It's interesting to see where the polls point at any given moment in time, especially at such a volatile time like this. For instance, to me, the last few polls probably point towards the some kind of Tory-Brexit Party pact happening even though that doesn't fit the noises that are currently being put out there by the Conservatives.

It's a true that the EU is failing in one way or another, on account that one of its most important members is perpetually on the verge of waving goodbye.. albeit a very, very long goodbye.

Edited by dollardays (12 Sep 2019 1.27am)

 

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Originally posted by dollardays

It's interesting to see where the polls point at any given moment in time, especially at such a volatile time like this. For instance, to me, the last few polls probably point towards the some kind of Tory-Brexit Party pact happening even though that doesn't fit the noises that are currently being put out there by the Conservatives.

It's a true that the EU is failing in one way or another, on account that one of its most important members is perpetually on the verge of waving goodbye.. albeit a very, very long goodbye.

Edited by dollardays (12 Sep 2019 1.27am)

A 'Wisbech' effort at best.
For your own sake............don't be him.

 


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Originally posted by Mapletree

In parachuting I nearly got wiped out by Lewis Collins from The Professionals when he did a low hook turn where he didn't a ought a.

In caving scared myself stupid getting stuck in a corkscrew.

The last line could be 50 shades of mapletree

 

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