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Today, 2:38 pm
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Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

What formula phrases?
I've already shown "importing" is a normal usage - why people seem to want to get bent out of shape about that I don't know.
Triggered is a normal word.
The...
Today, 2:23 pm
Replies: 117
Views: 4,136
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn

It does occasionally just as a shorthand - still you've been around long enough to know what I mean.
Today, 2:22 pm
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Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Haters gonna hate - there was no need for that, but you can't resist.

If you had anything to say you would politely point out where I had gotten the wrong end of the stick and what you comments...
Today, 2:20 pm
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Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Elites have been defined and is not a meaningless term - lawyers, politicians, landlords, bankers etc - and the vast majority were for remain.
Today, 2:18 pm
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Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

So after I show you multiple instances where "importing" is used as a general term, including from the messiah himself, you still want to get bent out of shape about the term and then subsequently...
Today, 2:06 pm
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

You guys seem to struggle with the concept that not everyone agrees with you.

I post data and rational argument against some of the wilder positions I see posted.
Today, 1:04 pm
Replies: 117
Views: 4,136
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn

And we open the flood gates to mass migration whilst allowing those coming to vote in general election to vote for more.
Today, 1:00 pm
Replies: 117
Views: 4,136
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn

Indeed - dealing with the aftermath of the terrible Labour recession of 2008/09 has certainly taken longer than expected.
Today, 9:23 am
Replies: 117
Views: 4,136
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn

Let's hope the Tories win a large majority and we can move on from this damaging uncertainty with some haste.
Today, 8:21 am
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

None of what you have just said is a logical argument - just the wild triggered idiocy of the remainiac.

We are not going to become the 51st State, the UK is large enough and capable enough to...
Today, 8:15 am
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Business owners and business associations in argument for cheap labour shocker! :lol:

What do you think those who are paying are going to argue for - of course they are going to say their margins...
Today, 8:04 am
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

You seem quite triggering when I say "importing workers" or "importing people" and feel that you could find terms to call me that "would put me in some very interesting company".

Am I joining...
Yesterday, 4:14 pm
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Posted By Cape Blue

Yesterday, 3:34 pm
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

I was responding to assertions that increased agricultural wage rates would have other huge macro effects, including the impact on food prices - I merely used an example to flesh this out - why is it...
Yesterday, 3:25 pm
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Supply & demand is not economics?
The reserve pool of labour is not economics?

How is the arithmetic "biased" - in the apple example I reduced the linked pick rate by 20-30% to be reasonable, I...
Yesterday, 3:21 pm
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

If only some of them could offer some logical argument, as opposed to retreating into abuse and ad-hom the whole time.
Yesterday, 3:20 pm
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

As usual, once thoroughly bested by logic and analysis, the fallback is abuse and ad-hom.

So now you are saying that anyone moving from the EU to the UK is no longer a migrant and therefore supply...
Yesterday, 9:43 am
Replies: 6,288
Views: 235,075
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Tories in chaos

Is that the source of the moniker?
Yesterday, 9:42 am
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

And I've countered your arguments - that's what a discussion is. Others just pop out a bit of abuse or ad-hom and add nothing to the discussion. You call them "dog whistle" I call them facts and...
Yesterday, 8:20 am
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Come back when you have something sensible and constructive to add.
Yesterday, 8:17 am
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

You are picking individual examples because it makes you feel better, but if you look across elite groups you will realise that the vast majority of lawyers, bankers, landlords, politicians, etc were...
Yesterday, 8:08 am
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

That itself is of course a strawman. I have not suggested that migration and the EU is the root of all UK ills

Yes, they are net takers. You need to be earning more than minimum wage to be a net...
Nov 12th 2019, 4:48 pm
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

X being the British Empire - the largest the world has ever seen?

Still, at least you can admit that "ever closer union" = empire building, that's a start.
Nov 12th 2019, 4:46 pm
Replies: 18,071
Views: 517,765
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: Post EU Referendum...Part II

Again you swing ...... and miss, instead hitting a host of strawmen.

It's not OK for anyone to be a net taker from the system (but acceptable for kids, disabled, pensioners), but what sense is...
Nov 12th 2019, 3:46 pm
Replies: 8,842
Views: 460,894
Posted By Cape Blue

Re: What has p*ssed you off today...part II

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/nov/12/sarah-barrass-woman-who-murdered-teenage-sons-jailed-for-life

Time for mandatory sterilisation of some people.
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