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13 September 2017 15:20 Post ID: #1552387
MOnster
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So the president of one of the EU thingies stood up and talked today about more eu, more eu defence, more eu army, more eu freedom, a more border free eu, merging eu presidencies so Junker's position has heil hitler more control... and more euro currency for all of eu countries.

And one Austrian told him to fuck off and Junker did, he walked out. If order of events are to be believed.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/853554/Juncker-state-union-spee...

Dear Remainers, so there wasn't going to be a United States of Europe without the people being asked and UK always had an opt out... even though that 'all must vote' was pretty much getting replaced by majority vote all over the shop faster than you can say rape.

A year ago, two years ago, twenty years, six months ago, yesterday, there wasn't to be a USE... yet here's one of the presidents still encouraging and stating, ner ner ner ner ner, your countries don't have any say any more as we decide and ner ner majority vote.

I have no problem with there being a USE with the people not lied to for forty years but that's not the case is it?

Just in case 'in denial' remainers still haven't understood what was stated today:

The president of one of the EU thingies stood up and talked today about more eu, more eu defence, more eu army, more eu freedom, a more border free eu, merging eu presidencies so Junker's position has heil hitler more control... and more euro currency for all of eu countries.

A federal USE.
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13 September 2017 15:48 Post ID: #1552392 - in reply to #1552387
Supreme MO
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well all the other countries could have opted to get out, so any suffering they may endure, tough shit
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13 September 2017 16:14 Post ID: #1552396 - in reply to #1552387
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When the UK leave they are going to divide europe into regions and votes will be alloted per region. This way they will dilute any chance of the unelected comission being challenged but mainly to stop any one county from leaving.

No say on laws or who represents you and no escape. Sounds like a dictatorship to me.
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13 September 2017 16:43 Post ID: #1552402 - in reply to #1552387
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They divided europe / eu into regions over a decade ago. The north was part of Amsterdam, Kent was in a region with France. UK no longer existed. There's an official EU map of it online.
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13 September 2017 18:02 Post ID: #1552415 - in reply to #1552387
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Hans-Olaf Henkel, vice-president of the European Parliament’s third-largest group the European Conservatives and Reformists, said Brexit was a “big disaster” that Mr Juncker was ignoring.
European Commission president Mr Juncker delivered his much-anticipated State of the Union speech on Wednesday insisting the EU will move towards greater integration despite Brexit.
Mr Henkel said the UK’s decision to leave the Brussels bloc would be just as bad for the EU as Britain. He went on to criticise Jean-Claude Juncker's post Brexit vision for the EU. Junker called it a full vision of Europe. I must say, it was more a fools’ vision of Europe. This is a big disaster. Not only for the UK, it is at least as difficult for the European Union and he has ignored that fact very much.
“He has also ignored his own responsibility for the Brexit because I noticed that the speeches of Farage or Johnson, who were fighting for Brexit, could always refer to Juncker, Verhofstadt, and more Europe and so on.
Mr Juncker is keen to push ahead with his masterplan, billed as the biggest reboot in the EU’s history, ratcheted-up the federalisation of the 60-year-old bloc’s core economies.
“Instead of taking the lesson and reversing the trend, he is on the same track so he risks losing more countries.”
Nigel Farage called the EU chief’s plans to hugely expand the powers of the European Union without a vote “extremely worrying” and shouted: “Thank God we’re leaving! You’ve learned nothing from Brexit!”
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13 September 2017 18:29 Post ID: #1552423 - in reply to #1552415
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HappyLion - 13/9/2017 18:02

Hans-Olaf Henkel, vice-president of the European Parliament’s third-largest group the European Conservatives and Reformists, said Brexit was a “big disaster” that Mr Juncker was ignoring.
European Commission president Mr Juncker delivered his much-anticipated State of the Union speech on Wednesday insisting the EU will move towards greater integration despite Brexit.
Mr Henkel said the UK’s decision to leave the Brussels bloc would be just as bad for the EU as Britain. He went on to criticise Jean-Claude Juncker's post Brexit vision for the EU. Junker called it a full vision of Europe. I must say, it was more a fools’ vision of Europe. This is a big disaster. Not only for the UK, it is at least as difficult for the European Union and he has ignored that fact very much.
“He has also ignored his own responsibility for the Brexit because I noticed that the speeches of Farage or Johnson, who were fighting for Brexit, could always refer to Juncker, Verhofstadt, and more Europe and so on.
Mr Juncker is keen to push ahead with his masterplan, billed as the biggest reboot in the EU’s history, ratcheted-up the federalisation of the 60-year-old bloc’s core economies.
“Instead of taking the lesson and reversing the trend, he is on the same track so he risks losing more countries.”
Nigel Farage called the EU chief’s plans to hugely expand the powers of the European Union without a vote “extremely worrying” and shouted: “Thank God we’re leaving! You’ve learned nothing from Brexit!”


Great reporting, Happy.

Look forward to your Just Back on Saturday....

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13 September 2017 18:44 Post ID: #1552426 - in reply to #1552415
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HappyLion - 13/9/2017 18:02

Hans-Olaf Henkel, vice-president of the European Parliament’s third-largest group the European Conservatives and Reformists, said Brexit was a “big disaster” that Mr Juncker was ignoring.
European Commission president Mr Juncker delivered his much-anticipated State of the Union speech on Wednesday insisting the EU will move towards greater integration despite Brexit.
Mr Henkel said the UK’s decision to leave the Brussels bloc would be just as bad for the EU as Britain. He went on to criticise Jean-Claude Juncker's post Brexit vision for the EU. Junker called it a full vision of Europe. I must say, it was more a fools’ vision of Europe. This is a big disaster. Not only for the UK, it is at least as difficult for the European Union and he has ignored that fact very much.
“He has also ignored his own responsibility for the Brexit because I noticed that the speeches of Farage or Johnson, who were fighting for Brexit, could always refer to Juncker, Verhofstadt, and more Europe and so on.
Mr Juncker is keen to push ahead with his masterplan, billed as the biggest reboot in the EU’s history, ratcheted-up the federalisation of the 60-year-old bloc’s core economies.
“Instead of taking the lesson and reversing the trend, he is on the same track so he risks losing more countries.”
Nigel Farage called the EU chief’s plans to hugely expand the powers of the European Union without a vote “extremely worrying” and shouted: “Thank God we’re leaving! You’ve learned nothing from Brexit!”


Still Drinking and Driving I see
The belittling of Brexit UK by these syphilis ridden drunkards is only reinforcing why we should be better off away from these clowns.
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13 September 2017 18:49 Post ID: #1552427 - in reply to #1552387
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Farage predicted what Juncker would say, more or less word for word.
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14 September 2017 12:03 Post ID: #1552516 - in reply to #1552387
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Don't think Juncker will be able to push his agenda through. He has Macron on his side but the Germans have said they don't want more integration for the time being because the people don't want it. And most East Europeans see it similarly.
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