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So what do you think the Dayton shooter's motives were ?
Perhaps mental illness ?
Does it matter? He went out to kill someone. Look Adolf, you're trying to capitalise on ONE person with Antifa sympathies with the vast number of killing that were racially motivated committed by the far-right/white supremacists. This has nothing to do with the EU but, rather, your blatant far-right/religious hatred tendencies.
 
Maybe people have heard that one before !

The guy two days ago in Sydney , shouting allu akba waving a bloody knife about after killing.
The police were saying it wasn't terrorism , but mental illness ( Well before they had time to investigate).
So what? One person who we have no idea of his motives, Benito. You can't pick an isolated incident to somehow balance the books that are stacked so high in favour of the far-right/white supremacists. No-one other than Gel Boy would believe you.
 
No need to collude with the EU, Oswald; it's simply one side of the argument. Hammond is not advocating not leaving but simply not leaving the EU without a deal.
I think you need to slightly change the "without a deal" to "without the EU's deal" which May's WA clearly is, and which the EU has made it clear is unwilling to negotiate further, surprise surprise.

Just makes the position clearer.
 
I think you need to slightly change the "without a deal" to, and which the EU has made it clear is unwilling to negotiate further, surprise surprise.

Just makes the position clearer.
Only in your view; don't forget Boris voted for the WA.
EU has made it clear is unwilling to negotiate further,
All the EU has said is that it won't negotiate further on the UK's current position; if Boris can amend what we want they will no doubt talk. At the moment the EU can't change its rules without amending various treaties and keeping all 27 states on side. It's frustrating to the likes of you because of your belief that the EU needs us more than we need them, which has proved not to be the case.
"without a deal" to "without the EU's deal" which May's WA clearly is
If I'm not mistaken, you were very much for May's deal because as you said at the time it's only a transitional arrangement. At first, I was surprised but then I realised you hadn't read the accompanying Political Declaration - like Labour 'leave' MPs and as a socialist, or so we thought, it was anathema to them because inter alia it effectively could cast workers rights aside.
 

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Why? Because the Treasury, full of civil servants and linked to Mark Carney's office, have predicted dooooooom!, always remembering that all their studies are based on an absolute worst case scenario.
What do you think the Treasury is full of, mice? The Treasury will have done studies at the request of Govt ministers and you wouldn't want a report surely that didn't tell all. Based on that, the Govt will have to make value judgments and plan accordingly. Surely, if you were embarking on something that went tits up, you'd want to know the full extent of losses that could be incurred. You're far too fond of sniping at the wrong people and not the problem ahead. Example, you made unnecessary comments about Sol Campbell the other day that weren't really related to affairs with Macclesfield.
 
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There isn't a problem ahead, the problem is in your mind.
Exactly. The "wrong people" that in his mind are beyond criticism are the ones that happen to agree with him.

Perhaps his comment about Bojo, restarting this thread after three days, was "unnecessary" just because he doesn't like him?

He can only make a case, like I did about Campbell, based on what actions he takes and what is reported in the papers. I don't know Campbell and as far as I know, WK does not work closely with Bojo.
 
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