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  1. On ‎22‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 09:44, iamnumerate said:

    That sounds to me like you are saying immigration is a bad thing.

    Type in bombings in Sweden.. Over 100 this year.. up from "0" bombings before immigration..

    increase in murder and rape as well..

    But our media say absolutely nothing?

    In fact it will be illegal to criticize immigration under a new law being introduced in Europe, papers can be shut down for saying anything bad about it.. 



  2. 15 minutes ago, rollover said:

    Brexit dividend, isn't it?

    Close boarders = less patients..  

    The NHS is suffering from the same problem as every other industry that has been destroyed by the importing of cheap labour.. 

    wages are too low

    training for jobs has been stopped and replaced with imported slaves who will work for the crap money.. 

    i spoke to some nurses from Philippines and they could just about afford their rent and living expenses.. 

    Why would British people want to live like that? 

    You site Brexit as the cause because it’s convenient. 

    The truth is, low wages in most jobs done by imported slaves are the cause of our problems.. 

    The elite have brain washed you.. 

    You believe in magic space wizards.. you just can’t see it! 

    £69 billion in work benefits

    £27 billion housing benefit 

    £2 trillion debt 

    savage cuts to services.. 

    And you want more.. ? Turkey/Christmas ? springs to mind.. 

    Killed 350’000 people for oil Tony Blair


    PFI bankrupting the NHS/Schools John Major 

    2 remain champions.. ? 


  3. 12 hours ago, IMHAL said:

    In terms of time wasted and opportunity cost Brexit is stupendously significant.

    Going on about money again.. ? it’s paper.. missed opportunities.. ?

    missed opportunities to destroy the planet some more for capitalism .. ?    

    The U.K. can’t sustain this population, we need to close the boarders now! 

    You are willing to send us to extinction for rectangular bits of worthless paper then you really are stupid.. 

    remain voters hurt my brain ?


  4. 1 hour ago, spyguy said:

    The majority of the huge levels of migration has just increased welfare payouts.

    The effect on the job market - bar low paid, PT work - appears to be zilch.

    The people turning up into the UK are basically unemployable.

    Look at the jobs the migrants do, Starbucks, cleaners, deliveroo, hand car washes, Uber eats, my Hermes.. 

    all jobs that require benefits topups just to scrape through life.. 

    our economy is being destroyed on purpose by the government for zombie companies that could not survive with real living wages in line with housing/rent costs.. so £69 billion of in work benefits and housing benefit £27 billion are used to sustain them.. 

    corruption is at play but the angle of destroying our country by our mp’s and bankers does not make sense to me.. do they not expect a backlash? Or is that what they want? 

  5. On 08/04/2019 at 13:36, NuBrit said:

    I will vote for the most pro-Remain candidates/parties. I feel like this whole process has done so much damage to the country, we need to take a step back.

    How will increasing our population by 1 million people every 2 years make the country better? 

    Does it look like it’s getting better too you? ?

    Immigration is not for the people, it’s cheap labour for the zombie companies.. propped up with working tax credits and housing benefits.. pushing up rent and house prices.. 

    we import 50% of our food as we don’t have the land to feed ourselves.. why are remain voters trying to kill us for money?

    according to scientists we will see global food shortages by 2050, water shortages also as we have more people than reservoirs and rivers can supply.. 

    we are eating some fish faster than they can breed!

    we have to stuff chickens full of steroids, antibiotics and unnatural foods to make them grow faster to speed up production for our bloated population 

    crops are covered in chemicals that have killed 75% of our pollinating insects.. if they die we are dead! 

    how will increasing our population be good for our kids? 

    Remain voters are all mental.. 

  6. I wish you were correct and we could destroy CONservatives, but a by election last week seems to show people still stick to the 2 main parties despite it being a leave constituency..

    i dont think the majority of the population understand the rape and pillaging of the economy and public assets that has been going on..  by the 2 main parties.. they are still Turkeys voting for Christmas.. 



  7. On 07/03/2019 at 20:25, Pop321 said:

    Spoke to a contractor today who has earned a lot over past 2 years to see if he was impacted. He wasn’t but his response was interesting. 

    He said he knew about it, that many journalists were impacted and the BBC were discussing the matter with HMRC. (That is year day though....but interesting) 

    I wonder if that’s the BBC bias we are seeing in Paul Lewis....on behalf of colleagues impacted??

    What does seem unfair is the super rich avoid billions in tax.. you might not like these IT workers for dodging tax but you should be really angry ? that the super rich avoid billions in tax but will not be paying it back!  

  8. 4 hours ago, Habeas Domus said:

    If we leave the EU all that will happen is the govt will open the flood gates for immigration from the whole world - they will be forced to in order to get trade deals passed.

    If you think immigration from Poland and Latvia is bad, just wait until half of Africa, India and China start moving in.

    Brexit is NOT a solution to the immigration issues - thats just another of the many lies told during the campaign.

    We need to vote far right then.. if that’s what it takes to stop immigration for money.. 

  9. 22 minutes ago, winkie said:

    You saying the world is full.....we all share the same world, what people are fearful of is others taking away what they think they have got, but we need the rest of the world to give us what we have got.....no man is an island........take back control is a sound bite, do you honestly think it is possible?;)

    We must remain sustainable on our island for what nature is preparing for us! 

    We have destroyed this planet!

    but if we want to survive the apocalypse that’s coming more people with no capacity to feed them is pure stupidity! 

    Dont listen to Tony Blaire and tax dodger Branson.. They only care about money.. 

  10. 56 minutes ago, rollover said:

    5,328,849 signatures

    Let them eat fish.. oops no we have killed them as well.. Let’s increase our population for a trade deal.. yay.. 



    we import 50% of our food, we can’t feed ourselves now and remainers want more people.. your determined to kill us for money and a red passport! 

    We are not leaving Europe, we are leaving the EU! 

  11. On 19/03/2019 at 23:46, PufferFish said:

    Hi - need advice on next house bid move. We bid 5% below the advertised asking and have been the highest bidders now for 4 weeks. The estate agent has now adjusted the advertised asking down to our offer thereby I assume to attract more interest and to disclose to any additional interested parties that there is a bid of the asking price.

    Given current house prices we are slightly miffed as we would have come in lower than the now current asking.

    Would you retract the offer and come in lower again? How would you react?

    Note that we believe our offer is a fair offer for the local market

    We offered 10k less than asking and was accepted by the owner on the spot.. 

    Contacted the estate agent to make the offer official and got a call back to say our offer was rejected? 

    So we drove round the house to see the owner and she said the estate agent had not even contacted her.. Which she thought was strange considering our interest.. 

    in the end we dealt with the woman directly and instructed the estate agent that way.. 

    Funny enough after he rejected our offer he sent a developer round to view the house as it is a corner plot.. my guess is there was insider dealing with the developer, maybe put a house in the garden as it has side and rear access.. 

  12. 19 hours ago, Gribble said:

    Clueless. The German taxpayers has been bailing out the lazy corrupt tax evading Greeks to the tune of hundreds of billiona

    Think your missing the point of the argument.. 

    when the debtor owes billions of €’s its the creditor that’s in trouble If the debtor can’t afford to pay.. 

    point being if Greece, Ireland.. etc had said feck off to and refused the bailout.. Germany being the biggest creditor would have had billions in worthless debt.. 

  13. On 07/03/2019 at 18:26, crouch said:

    As the Greeks owe around Euros 60bn under the Target2 system and as the Germans are the counterparty being owed around Euros 1 trillion in total I rather think that question has already been answered.

    As the Greek finance minister said.. 

    Germany did not bail out Greece and the Euro.. 

    Greece bailed out Germany.. 

    if you owe the bank €10’000 and you can’t afford to pay it, your in trouble! 

    If you owe the bank €1 trillion Euros and can’t afford to pay it! The banks in trouble! 

    If Greece, Ireland.. etc had stuck 2 fingers up at Germany that would have bought the Euro and Germany to its knees as the biggest lender.. 

    Also there is still the small problem of Germany’s biggest bank(Deutsche bank)  and their €1.5 trillion of worthless debt..


  14. 2 hours ago, Captain Kirk said:

    Yes, that's right. There are only a few things you can do with land such as farm it, build roads, factories, houses, etc. on it. There is no reason houses need to be so ridiculously expensive. The cronies in charge are totally fleecing the clueless plebs.

    Not enough land to feed ourselves.. let’s increase our population and concrete over more of it!.. ?

  15. 2 hours ago, Captain Kirk said:

    But food comes from the land.

    I see an article that we will all be living 10 years less than those that went before us.. It’s said that higher populations need more aggressive food production.. so we are all eating more steroid, antibiotic pumped, chemically washed food..  full of preservatives and sugar.. 

    higher populations = worse shorter life, worse standard of living, greater division.. 


  16. 1 hour ago, happyguy said:

    Yes I see no problem with any of these schemes. 

    yes rental properties in an expensive part of London - what a terrible plan.  

    Absolutely incredible - there are so many posts moaning about the lack of property built for rent.  When Peabody decide to build homes for rent people still moan.  Some people just like to complain about everything.  

    End slavery.. only the slavers promote rental over ownership.. 

    Roads are made, streets are made, services are improved,electric light turns night into day, water is brought from reservoirs a hundred miles off in the mountains — all the while the landlord sits still. Every one of those improvements is affected by the labor and cost of other people and the taxpayers. To not one of these improvements does the land monopolist contribute, and yet, by every one of them the value of his land is enhanced. He renders no service to the community, he contributes nothing to the general welfare, he contributes nothing to the process from which his own enrichment is derived…The unearned increment on the land is reaped by the land monopolist in exact proportion, not to the service, but to the disservice done.

    — Winston Churchill, 1909

  17. 40 minutes ago, iamnumerate said:

    The thing about people buying (before it was crazy expensive) is that it gave them cheaper housing costs towards the end of their life so making retirement easier.


    With these rent prices it will either bankrupt the benefits system or we will all be living in poverty whilst our landlords sit on a beach sipping cocktails spending our hard earned money.. 

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