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Steven (08.02.2019, 23:07)
"Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp" <nastii.snotgobbler> wrote in
message news:ac4f
> On Fri, 8 Feb 2019 10:26:30 -0800 (PST), harry
> <harry130747> wrote:
> Our OWN people.
> Dont be so bloody stupid. They may be your own people, but there are
> jobs and if migrants fill them, all well and good Whats so special
> about your dammned useless layabouts then bigot. Why should home grown
> slackers deserve jobs?


Why should the locals have to accept lower wages
because there are hordes coming from places like
Romania who are prepared to accept very low
wages because they will always be much better
than they can get in Romania ?

> If the useless tossers had any nous at all they would be off to the
> new member states setting up shop.


Plenty of them do that, and plenty more are in circumstances
where that just isnt a sensible thing to do.

> A bloody wonderful opportunity, but it takes a
> bit of determination and work to accomplish this.


And isnt something plenty are capable of doing.

> Do you remember what our patriotic British workforce did at Leyland.
> With no real competition it was always a sellers market and always a
> heap of junk rolling off the assembley lines.
> I look forward to seing the likes of yourself drag the UK back to
> those days, the people that listened to the rubbish you and your ilk
> spouted deserve everything they have coming.


The UK will do fine with a no deal brexit, you watch.
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp (08.02.2019, 23:46)
On Sat, 9 Feb 2019 08:07:01 +1100, "Steven" <shy543> wrote:

>"Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp" <nastii.snotgobbler> wrote in
>message news:ac4f
>Why should the locals have to accept lower wages
>because there are hordes coming from places like
>Romania who are prepared to accept very low
>wages because they will always be much better
>than they can get in Romania ?
>Plenty of them do that, and plenty more are in circumstances
>where that just isnt a sensible thing to do.
>And isnt something plenty are capable of doing.


Yes they stay at home on their backsides doing a bit of grossly
overpaid burger flipping.

Who buys the burgers genius!

A loser is a loser, whatever the nationality. I'm dammned if I'm going
to pay through the nose for rubbish that the homegrown losers dish up.

>The UK will do fine with a no deal brexit, you watch.


No it wont. We were there before remember? I certainly do anyway.

Since we joined the EU, education in the rest of the world has
improved no end, we will find it very very difficult to find ready and
willing cheap labour to gather produce for us.

Put some bones on your prediction then why don't you?

When I answer the phone to a client with a technical problem, I brush
all the drivel about it failing in the afternoon shift or wasnt
performing for a couple of weeks. Like the Brexit garbage, it all goes
out the window. I want and need figures to provide a solution or get
an understanding of the problem, Until we deal with the figures to
define what goes in, comes out and quantify the processes, we are
blind.

The brexit pillocka and yourself seem to have a blind faith in
everything being o/k.

It wont be, it cant be. It's a big nasty world out there full of
scientists, engineers and financiers all trying to do the best for
themselves and their fellow citizens. They are the very people the
Brexit rubbish ignored and cast aside in favour of morons like that
pillock from Wetherspoons and Farage.

That alone means that idiots with blind faith are doomed to fail when
up against people that can apply intelligence to marketing.

AB
Tim Streater (09.02.2019, 00:16)
In article <l_ednanbvYmjRsDBnZ2dnUU78KmdnZ2d>, Jim K..
<jk989898> wrote:

>"michael adams" <mjadams25> Wrote in message:


>> michael adams


>Could could might might could
>Said a man with vested interests...


The CBI has no credibility. And that it was posted by Mr Adams just
reduces that even further.

The cobbler should stick to his last.
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp (09.02.2019, 10:01)
>> That alone means that idiots with blind faith are doomed to fail when
>> up against people that can apply intelligence to marketing.
>> AB

>gABshite rides again ;-)


Sorry, have I offended you?

I do try to treat each human being with understanding and respect, no
matter what the persons colour, religion, nationality or level of
ignorance and stupidity.

I do find the last two charactristics the most challenging though.

Despite this, I'm still going to give you the benefit of the doubt and
assume that you just may have a functioning brain cell, so I repeat
the offer I made when you couldn't understand how a tank worked.

As you are having trouble understanding Brexit, we can go through your
stumbling blocks one at a time if you wish, I can even furnish the odd
picture for the "hard bits".

Use my email address in the header, I have a feeling that trying to
educate you will take up a lot of bandwidth.

You are not on Pay As You Go data are you?

AB
Richard (09.02.2019, 10:16)
On 09/02/2019 08:01, Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp wrote:
> Sorry, have I offended you?
> I do try to treat each human being with understanding and respect, no
> matter what the persons colour, religion, nationality or level of
> ignorance and stupidity.
> I do find the last two charactristics the most challenging though.


Of course you do. Self loathing is not something one should indulge in.
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp (09.02.2019, 10:21)
On Sat, 9 Feb 2019 08:16:38 +0000, Richard
<smithski> wrote:

>On 09/02/2019 08:01, Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp wrote:
>Of course you do. Self loathing is not something one should indulge in.


A word from the wise, don't do it then!!

AB
Brian Gaff (09.02.2019, 10:22)
While promising myself not to get drawn into any more of these I have to
agree with you.The real errors occurred under the previous leader, who
allowed campaigns for the referendum on both sides to lie through their
teeth.
I do wish they had allowed the EU to put their case for staying back then
instead of the rose coloured glasses exploitative racists nutters we got.
Brian
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp (09.02.2019, 10:24)
On Sat, 9 Feb 2019 08:20:10 +0000 (GMT+00:00), "Jim K.."
<jk989898> wrote:

>Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> Wrote
> in message:
>gABshite


You are on PAYG data then!

See your therapist, he may donate a SIM card. The NHS might stretch to
that if it's for self improvement.

AB
Rod Speed (09.02.2019, 10:59)
Brian Gaff <briang1> wrote

> While promising myself not to get drawn into any more of these I have to
> agree with you.The real errors occurred under the previous leader, who
> allowed campaigns for the referendum on both sides to lie through their
> teeth.


There was never going to be any way to stop that.

> I do wish they had allowed the EU to put their case for staying back then


They did.

> instead of the rose coloured glasses exploitative racists nutters we got.


They get to vote too.
[..]
Adrian Caspersz (09.02.2019, 11:12)
On 08/02/2019 18:23, michael adams wrote:
> So what would the president of an organisation which speaks
> on behalf of 190,000 businesses of all sizes and sectors employing
> 7 million people know, as compared with the self appointed
> experts such as post on this NG ?


Don't worry. I have complete faith in this tory government ...

(baked beans. 25p for 220g can. Tesco)
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp (09.02.2019, 13:26)
>> See your therapist, he may donate a SIM card. The NHS might stretch to
>> that if it's for self improvement.
>> AB

>gABshite


That's a lot of bytes.

How many burgers did you have to flip to send it?

AB
Dave Plowman (News) (09.02.2019, 15:43)
In article <bhir5ep3dhnq0f0pde9psjrkfqmqptac4f>,
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> wrote:
> Do you remember what our patriotic British workforce did at Leyland.
> With no real competition it was always a sellers market and always a
> heap of junk rolling off the assembley lines.


You blame that only on the workforce? Or is that term broad enough to
include all those who 'worked' for BL in the loosest way?

In that seller's market, far to little was invested in new technology and
product. Even worse as the talent to design new decent product was here.
Dave Plowman (News) (09.02.2019, 15:47)
In article <080220192216495989%timstreater>,
Tim Streater <timstreater> wrote:
> The CBI has no credibility.


Hope you've resigned from the Tory party then given how much they are in
bed together.
Mark (09.02.2019, 17:24)
On Sat, 9 Feb 2019 08:22:48 -0000, "Brian Gaff"
<briang1> wrote:

>While promising myself not to get drawn into any more of these I have to
>agree with you.The real errors occurred under the previous leader, who
>allowed campaigns for the referendum on both sides to lie through their
>teeth.


Cameron did make massive errors but May has added to the problems.
The government is so focussed on internal arguments within their party
that they have lost the plot completely.

> I do wish they had allowed the EU to put their case for staying back then
>instead of the rose coloured glasses exploitative racists nutters we got.


Quite. The Brexit zealots are too active.

All the informed believe that we will be worse off due to Brexit.
Richard (09.02.2019, 17:35)
On 09/02/2019 15:24, Mark wrote:
> On Sat, 9 Feb 2019 08:22:48 -0000, "Brian Gaff"
> <briang1> wrote:
> Cameron did make massive errors but May has added to the problems.
> The government is so focussed on internal arguments within their party
> that they have lost the plot completely.
> Quite. The Brexit zealots are too active.
> All the informed believe that we will be worse off due to Brexit.


Those on both sides 'believe', one way or the other.
No-one *knows*.

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