90 percent of Tory Leave voters say destabilizing the peace process is a price worth paying

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British sovereignty isn't on the line....the British can walk away next March with no deal if they so wish...it is the British who sent a delegation to the EU to look for and negotiate a deal...

It is the snowflakes who cry about the big bad EU who are the ones who then whinge about the EU 'punishing' Britain in the event of a no deal because the rest of us who are staying don't think it's a very good idea to allow an unregulated country to pull up beside up and start selling their crap out of the boot of their car while the rest of us are paying to keep the market open and maintain some sort of safety standards........

Maybe the Brits are too long out of the game to fully understand what full independence means as the Yanks have held their hand since the Second World War....
Terrible. The big bad EU looking after their members interests, just like every other trade deal before which the UK benefited from. The UK are no longer welcome, not because they voted for Brexit but because of their antics since. We're special so... nope, take a good luck at all deals that other countries have with the EU. Norway, Japan, Switzerland, Canada. You will find that EU t&c's underpin them all.

As for playing the equivalent of Russian roulette with the North and trying to weasel their way out of what they agreed to only last December, the snowflakes can fek off and enjoy the benefits of controlling their borders and WTO rules of tariffs, declining standards and income, and rising prices.

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1. No I don't.
2. Really? How so?
Yes you are when you ask us to 'imagine' the motivation of the Brexiteers ...if that's what 'motivated' them (and i believe you are correct in this to a degree ) when they voted then they are indeed paranoid and have a very low understanding of the issues....most countries fight for more civil liberties and increased safety standards in things like the food chain not less .....:lol:

Throw a fair dollop of good old fashioned British xenophobia coupled with the Goves of this world wanting to refight battles long since lost for the glory and honour of the Empire into the mix and you are home and dry...
 

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What do the 10% think they are playing at, fecking lundies...
 

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Get out of your Nordie bubble....The EU is the biggest threat to Europe since Hitler and it has been destroying the South. Anyway with demographics going the way they are it is the Prods who have to really worry if the GFA totally fades away.
yet another indication that you're a closet Tory. :)
 

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Almost 90 percent of Tory Leave voters say destabilizing the peace process is a price worth paying for Brexit. But opposition among some Brexiteers to the Good Friday Agreement runs deeper than their fears that it could scupper dreams of a clean break with Brussels. A number of prominent Tories are long-running critics of an agreement (brokered under a Labour government) that paved the way for former IRA fighters to enter government. Environment Secretary Michael Gove has even compared the process that led to the 1998 deal to the appeasement of the Nazis in the 1930s and the condoning of the desires of pedophiles.

https://www.politico.eu/article/brexiteers-broadside-northern-ireland-peace-deal-good-friday-agreement/

Its no wonder they can work with the DUP.
We don’t give a fúck about Brits, why do we keep expecting them to give a fúck about us?
 

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The EU is such a monster, that anything is worth paying to get out of it
So funny to see the all the people who were rightly complaining about the EU imposing bank debt and austerity on the Irish people now defending it.

The Brits were wise to leave. Look at Italy,Portugal,Spain etc
 

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yet another indication that you're a closet Tory. :)
I am a Tory, culturally at least, in the true sense of the word. I used to be a member of the Society of Saint Charles the Martyr and you don't get more Tory than that.
 

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We don’t give a fúck about Brits, why do we keep expecting them to give a fúck about us?
Yet we needed them not to leave the EU as it was our buffer against a United States of Europe.
 

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Terrible. The big bad EU looking after their members interests, just like every other trade deal before which the UK benefited from. The UK are no longer welcome, not because they voted for Brexit but because of their antics since. We're special so... nope, take a good luck at all deals that other countries have with the EU. Norway, Japan, Switzerland, Canada. You will find that EU t&c's underpin them all.

As for playing the equivalent of Russian roulette with the North and trying to weasel their way out of what they agreed to only last December, the snowflakes can fek off and enjoy the benefits of controlling their borders and WTO rules of tariffs, declining standards and income, and rising prices.

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Indeed. Japan gets free trade without paying into the EU budget or having to accept freedom of movement.

What a terrible fate awaits the UK.
 

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Ireland is the perpetual victim in the relationship with our nearest neighbour

They don't care.
One of their commentators had the cheek to refer to 'the Irish problem' in relation to Brexit.What we have here is the British problem being foisted on Ireland again but including the rest of Europe this time just for a change.
 

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One of their commentators had the cheek to refer to 'the Irish problem' in relation to Brexit.What we have here is the British problem being foisted on Ireland again but including the rest of Europe this time just for a change.
Thankfully we can rely on our German friends.

I know they shafted us with fisheries and the banks but this time its different :roll:
 

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Yet we needed them not to leave the EU as it was our buffer against a United States of Europe.
I think that is true. But the attitudes of many don’t seem to have that simply political pragmatism, but display an emotional outrage.
 

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Yet we needed them not to leave the EU as it was our buffer against a United States of Europe.
They aren't that powerful.In fact not being very powerful at all now is at the heart of our British problem.
 

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