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Raja Clavata

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  • Birthday 06/02/1970

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    The Swamps of Essex
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    All 3 sports (hunting, fishing and shoting)<br />Used to breed snakes and geckos

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  1. Raja Clavata

    BREXIT

    I think you (deliberately) missed the point 😉 Fair enough. Even on fishing expeditions it's best not to test the depth of the water with both feet 😛
  2. Raja Clavata

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    Or by reciting the notion that in times of change the learners inherit the earth whereas the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with an earth that no longer exists. So to be clear it’s possible to have valid points but overall be wrong?
  3. Raja Clavata

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    I’ll take being a learner over learned 👍
  4. Raja Clavata

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    Agreed but as a nigh on lifelong Tory voter I can’t see me ever voting for them again. Not voting is not an option to me so it’ll probably have to be Lib Dem.
  5. Raja Clavata

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    I think rule may have been re-written, either way we don't appear to have complied with it. Funny I thought it was the EU that make the rules knowing we are the only ones stupid enough to go along with it... If only the world was as simple as you would appear to want it to be.
  6. Raja Clavata

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    Re-read what you posted, I'll leave the rest for you to work out 😉
  7. Raja Clavata

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    We've been in despair at Parliament for months, surely. Do you not see the irony of the "self serving" remainer argument given that the primary motivation for Brexit from the government is to neutralise the Brexit Party threat!? Seems to me that only the Tories are really afraid of the Brexit Party and it's obvious why. Comments like this serve the stereotypes dished on leave voters in the first place.
  8. Raja Clavata

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    Yes a mandate to leave, a movement to do so at whatever cost, another to do so in a controlled orderly manner and another to cancel the result. No idea who Grannet is but to be clear I do not see your comments as personal threats 👍
  9. Raja Clavata

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    This almost sounds like another threat, lol. No, but not at all costs. Comes back to why the whole referendum gig was a hiding to nothing, all about the Tories trying to destroy UKIP. Again, your last sentence sounds like a threat, personally I don't see it happening. Maybe a sensible compromise would be to carve the country up into two states, one in the EU and the other somewhere else - after all that kind of thing has worked so well in the past... It would be funny if it wasn't so apt. On a separate note, what an absolute disgrace the behaviour was in the Commons last night of all parties - it was akin to a punch and judy show. The Tories seemed upbeat though, I wonder what Cummings has up his sleeve...
  10. Raja Clavata

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    There is no mandate for no deal and even Boris is now admitting it's a really bad idea, I'm sure you will have seen his narrative has shifted dramatically on this over the last couple days, whether what says can be trusted is another matter.... Fair point but the answer ain't crashing out with no deal.
  11. Raja Clavata

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    I was responding to the fantasy claim made earlier, nothing more nor less. One of the bonuses of Brexit is that it's meant we barely heard from Farage for the best part of three years. Powerful political entity - do me a favour, more like one trick pony show. Why should MPs be forced to accept no deal or the WA?
  12. Raja Clavata

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    When Farage ceded the vote early on election night he vowed to fight on with his leave campaign, it was on the TV live, can't really be refuted.
  13. Raja Clavata

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    People on this thread are judging others on a regular basis, I think I can stretch to having a view on an article but how many fair minded Brexiteers would you like me to ask? I agree on being too emotive and interpretation of factual accuracy depends on your Brexit leaning, just a bit too Guido like for me (I can tell you I am not a fan of Remainer pieces written in a similar style). Hang on there, there is a difference between the outcome of the referendum vote and the national interest. Part of the problem here is you seem to think you can tell me how and what to think, it "no work like that", at least not yet! Do you really, I mean really, believe that likening the outcome of the referendum result to a hypothetical GE outcome is actually valid?
  14. The harsher the winter the more trips I make to Snowdonia, so bring it on I say, only issue is I'm not sure they can reliably predict the weather this Friday let alone circa 4 months time...
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