EU ALLIES OR RATS
It ha snot taken long for all those rats ie E.U.MEMBER countries putting the jack boot into the the UNITED KINGDOM , My question to all these countries is : JUST WHERE THE BLOODY HELL WHERE THEY IN 1914- 18 AND 1939 -45 ??? Amazing how short memories they have the spineless scum main culprits are the meely mouth French backed by their jack boot mate the Germans talk about the eu being there for each other ,,,my arse .
For me they have shown their true colours ( YELLOW ) they ran back in the day but were desperate for the UK to help them out but cause things get a bit rough its sod you im fire proof IM HEARTLY sorry for ALL those young boys /lads/men/women who gave away their lives for the ;ike spf them European Unity only when it suits them roll on JANUARY 1st 2021 lets get rid of the trash ...
Started: 23rd Dec 2020 at 16:40
No friends of ours, GB. When we joined the EEC, Heath agreed for the fishermen to burn their boats for compensatIon, led by the nose.
How many of our ancestors are turning in their graves for what they gave up.
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 17:25
We'll need them more than they need us.
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 17:42
nnnnnn NO, they will need us more than we will need them
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 18:17
D'you know what? You're wrong! Furthermore, I can tell you why you're wrong.
It's because they are far larger than we are, far more advanced than we are, far more wealthy than we are, have more fuel than we have, more food (of better quality) than we have, etc. etc. etc..
As far as the rest of the World goes, well, who would you trade with between 27 nations buying power and one small, old fasioned, locked in the past nation, who's inhabitants are stiil labouring under the belief thet we are still a World Power?
We were left behind years ago. Get used to it.
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"Y'filthy animal" !
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 19:06
Poor old Tonks. We have been in the EU for 40 years, why aren't we as advanced as the EU? Is it because they held us back? Why don't we have better food, more fuel? As for wealthier, yes the Eurocrats are, paid for by the poor citizens of Europe. Von de leyen earning £29,000 per month going up to £33,000 per month with expenses. Just imagine that over all the administration and the pensions now having to be paid.
Just look at Burnham. His office was voted "no" in the referendum, Leese said the vote would be honoured, then Tony Lloyd was ushered in secretly. So Greater Manchester has a tier of administration not voted for, costing millions. And that is how the EU works.
It doesn't give a fig for the man on the Croydon Bus.
Or even Tonks.
Happy Christmas Tonks.
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 19:32
Forget the politicians. They are crooked wherever they are in the World. £29,000 a month is like a piss in the pacific to some people.
As for the EU (the peoples of the member states, not the politicians wages) the majority of the nationals have a better lifestyle than us, they have a better health system, better pension, better everything as far as I can see. The only thing that isn't better is the benefits system which, of course, means a lot to those immigrants who want to come here for just that.
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 19:56
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 20:04
Tonks, you have listed how the EU has improved life for its citizens but you don't address the question of why GB (Great Britain, not Golden Bear) citizens do not enjoy any of that.
The EU is happy for GB citizens to work their fingers to the bone for its benefit, but not ours. Never had food banks before the EU, or providing sanitary towels for girls in school.
As for health care, we all know that is what the immigrants come here for. Time to sort the NHS out. It is NOT free, it is paid for by workers' taxes.
Enjoy another glass of French wine while you can, Tonks, and happy new year.
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 20:59
I don't drink French wine. At least, not if I can avoid it. I'd drink Raymyjamie's Westhoughton wine first!
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 21:11
they cant claim a penny until they are processed & given a NI number.
Replied: 23rd Dec 2020 at 23:48
Whups, what you said there is very true. However, anybody arriving in the UK are treated under the heading of a scheme called 'humanity'.
The sick are nursed, the hungry are fed, the cold are given warmth and the dirty are washed.
After they are 'processed' they receive benefits, should they need them, and they are entitled to anything that a lifelong national is entitled to and more, in some instances.
I've known foreign elderly persons (not even EU citizens and never having before set foot in the UK, let alone paid any contributions) to be brought into this country, sick and in need of care, and get a full care package free of charge, including expensive home improvements, all provided by Bolton council.
This was while my mum, after working from 14 years old to retirement age, was charged £602 a week for the same care package?
Anyone from the EU can enter the UK and get medical treatment.
After the 31st December, UK nationals are not entitled to medical treatment in any EU country.
That's not the EU's decision, it's the UK who won't fund it. BUT, EU nationals living in the UK can go back to their EU country of origin and receive treatment with the UK paying for it.
All this charity for foreigners, while UK nationals are having to crowd-fund urgent treatment for sick UK kids in other countries.
Meanwhile, UK politicians continue to put their close friends on t'wages.
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 00:54
Last edited by tonker: 24th Dec 2020 at 00:58:14
You keep saying that. It is utter tripe. Do some research. It is well documented. Simply Google “ Asylum Seekers UK”
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 06:40
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France has always been Germany's lap dog. They have despised the British ever since we defeated them at the Battle of Waterloo.
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 10:05
Germans are worse, ugly people, ugly language.
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 13:05
i repeat . they cannot claim a penny until they are processed & given a NI number . if you call that rat hole where they are processed & have to live there then so much for humanity .
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 14:49
I find it quite odd that a deal has been struck when we have had umpteen lorries full of french fancies stuck in Kent and Dover all week. It smacks of do a deal else l'escargots get it.
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:01
I also repeat - "Whups, what you said there is very true".
Followed by - "After they are 'processed' they receive benefits, should they need them, and they are entitled to anything that a lifelong UK national is entitled to and more, in some instances".
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:01
try telling broady this .
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:02
Use google to see Lufthansa planes shipping cargo in and out.
If the immigrants are so badly off, why are they coming here, then causing damage when they are here?
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:08
Last edited by firefox: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:30:07
Hi there ( whups ) and Broady
I have to completely agree with broady on this issue whups ,to even suggest they dont get anything until they have an N. I. Number is absolute ridiculous i have spoken to one of these letchers and he told me what he has got since landing here , he has his rent/rates paid for ,he has been given a mobile phone to use / he gets hospital and doctors requirements he says he is very glad to be here !!! I SHOULD BLOOMIN WELL THINK HE IS he has not contributed one brass farthing yet enjoys all that our own workers have to go out and work damn hard for and pay taxes so please whups dont believe whoever has told yu they don't get anything ,IT IS NOT TRUE !!!! G.B.
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:29
*If you’ve been refused asylum
You’ll be given:
somewhere to live
£35.39 per person on a payment card for food, clothing and toiletries
You will not be given:
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:31
Last edited by firefox: 24th Dec 2020 at 15:33:19
Golden Bear, what you describe is the difference in 'benefits' and 'aid'.
It's a bit like the age-old difference between 'theft' and 'borrowing' or , as in some cases, between 'false accounting' and 'genuine mistake' !
Replied: 24th Dec 2020 at 17:27