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Far from collapsing, the EU is thriving
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MM
2017-03-03 11:45:40 UTC
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"Weaker order books [in the UK] contrasted with a boyant picture in
Europe and the rest of the world. Growth of eurozone economic output
accelerated to a near six-year high in February of 56.0, up from 54.4
in January, according to the Markit composite PMI.

"Eurozone output growth was led by the manufacturing sector after
improved levels of exports and domestic new orders.

"Ireland remained at the top of the growth rankings. All of the 'big
four' eurozone economies reported stronger increases in output, with
Spain at an 18-month high, Germany at a 34-month high, and France at a
69-month peak. Italy had its sharpest spike in activity since December
2015."

So that's Spain doing great, Germany doing great, France doing
great...

...and where is Britain right now?

"Britain’s economy is cooling fast, according to the latest surveys of
the services, manufacturing and construction sectors, leading to
concerns that an interest rate rise this year by the Bank of England
is less probable than a cut."

By the way, German growth has now exceeded UK growth.

"Germany overtakes UK as fastest-growing G7 economy"

"Britain loses top spot as ONS revises down annual growth to 1.8%,
from an initial estimate of 2%"

"Germany overtook the UK as the fastest growing among the G7 states
during 2016. Europe’s largest economy expanded at the fastest rate in
five years, showing growth of 1.9% last year.

"The expansion pushed Britain into second place among the G7
industrialised nations, after the Office for National Statistics
revised down annual UK growth to 1.8%, from an initial estimate of 2%.

"In the final quarter of 2016 Germany’s economy grew by 0.4%,
improving on 0.1% growth in the third quarter. It was fuelled by
domestic demand as government and consumer spending rose.

"Germany proved the International Monetary Fund wrong, after the
Washington-based fund predicted the UK would outpace its G7 peers."

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-construction--interest-rates

But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you? You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways, yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals, a
single market of 500 million, and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries. And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.

I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?

MM
Handsome Jack
2017-03-03 13:35:02 UTC
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https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast
-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-constructi
on--interest-rates
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you?
What would happen? Nothing's happened. A proxy growth parameter called
PMI has changed slightly. Big deal.
Post by MM
You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways, yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals, a
single market of 500 million, and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries. And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
I'm afraid you've gone off your chump. How about another nice post
accusing us of locking the Untermenschen into cattle trucks and rolling
them eastwards to the extermination camps? Or using human shields as
cannon fodder? That might cheer you up for a bit.
--
Jack
Ophelia
2017-03-03 15:57:44 UTC
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https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast
-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-constructi
on--interest-rates
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you?
What would happen? Nothing's happened. A proxy growth parameter called
PMI has changed slightly. Big deal.
Post by MM
You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways, yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals, a
single market of 500 million, and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries. And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
I'm afraid you've gone off your chump. How about another nice post
accusing us of locking the Untermenschen into cattle trucks and rolling
them eastwards to the extermination camps? Or using human shields as
cannon fodder? That might cheer you up for a bit.


Jack

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WE are the traitors??????? Oh the irony!
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James Harris
2017-03-03 13:43:50 UTC
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Post by MM
"Weaker order books [in the UK] contrasted with a boyant picture in
Europe and the rest of the world. Growth of eurozone economic output
accelerated to a near six-year high in February of 56.0, up from 54.4
in January, according to the Markit composite PMI.
"Eurozone output growth was led by the manufacturing sector after
improved levels of exports and domestic new orders.
"Ireland remained at the top of the growth rankings. All of the 'big
four' eurozone economies reported stronger increases in output, with
Spain at an 18-month high, Germany at a 34-month high, and France at a
69-month peak. Italy had its sharpest spike in activity since December
2015."
So that's Spain doing great, Germany doing great, France doing
great...
...and where is Britain right now?
"Britain’s economy is cooling fast, according to the latest surveys of
the services, manufacturing and construction sectors, leading to
concerns that an interest rate rise this year by the Bank of England
is less probable than a cut."
By the way, German growth has now exceeded UK growth.
"Germany overtakes UK as fastest-growing G7 economy"
"Britain loses top spot as ONS revises down annual growth to 1.8%,
from an initial estimate of 2%"
"Germany overtook the UK as the fastest growing among the G7 states
during 2016. Europe’s largest economy expanded at the fastest rate in
five years, showing growth of 1.9% last year.
"The expansion pushed Britain into second place among the G7
industrialised nations, after the Office for National Statistics
revised down annual UK growth to 1.8%, from an initial estimate of 2%.
"In the final quarter of 2016 Germany’s economy grew by 0.4%,
improving on 0.1% growth in the third quarter. It was fuelled by
domestic demand as government and consumer spending rose.
"Germany proved the International Monetary Fund wrong, after the
Washington-based fund predicted the UK would outpace its G7 peers."
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-construction--interest-rates
Most of what you posted was the usual nonsense. From the first paragraph
I thought "Guardian" - and was right.

I am really pleased to hear that various countries such as Spain, Italy
and especially Ireland are seeing increased orders. I don't mind at all
that the UK was second in the G7 last year. Why would I? That's a good
place to be.

And, notably, the UK's performance was much better after the referendum
than before it.

0.8% H1
1.3% H2 (i.e. after the referendum)

That is a big difference in GDP. The lower pound is helping compensate
for the negative effects of uncertainty.

In a similar way, the low euro helps boost the German economy.
Post by MM
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you?
No, neither your side nor mine /knew/ - none of us /knows/ what the
future holds. What we on the Brexit side have voted for is for Britain
to be better placed - much better placed! - to deal with future economic
changes.
Post by MM
You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways,
Yawn.
Post by MM
yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals,
No, we've no intention of leaving existing trade deals.
Post by MM
a
single market of 500 million,
We've no intention of leaving the EU internal market of 450 million.
Post by MM
and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries.
We can live with that, if it happens.
Post by MM
And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.
LOL.
Post by MM
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
You have a rather antagonist and bitter outlook on life. The hatred
seems to be on your side, not ours.
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Fredxxx
2017-03-03 14:52:22 UTC
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On 03/03/2017 11:45, MM wrote:

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Post by MM
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you? You traitors
No you're the traItor.
Post by MM
the freedom to live and work in any of 28 countries.
This has been the problem all along. It is now going to be solved. This
is what happens when you allow developing countries join the EU.
Post by MM
And all because you hate foreigners with their silly accents.
In your dreams. You're coming across as a poor loser Remoaner abusing
the British. Your hate towards us is evident.
Post by MM
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
I'm sure they will, they will then be able to afford homes that they
currently can't due to the immigration over the past 10 years. They
might also have better paid jobs.

You sound very bitter and twisted. Ever thought of going back to your
Fatherland?
pullgees
2017-03-03 16:49:05 UTC
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Post by MM
"Weaker order books [in the UK] contrasted with a boyant picture in
Europe and the rest of the world. Growth of eurozone economic output
accelerated to a near six-year high in February of 56.0, up from 54.4
in January, according to the Markit composite PMI.
"Eurozone output growth was led by the manufacturing sector after
improved levels of exports and domestic new orders.
"Ireland remained at the top of the growth rankings. All of the 'big
four' eurozone economies reported stronger increases in output, with
Spain at an 18-month high, Germany at a 34-month high, and France at a
69-month peak. Italy had its sharpest spike in activity since December
2015."
So that's Spain doing great, Germany doing great, France doing
great...
...and where is Britain right now?
"Britain’s economy is cooling fast, according to the latest surveys of
the services, manufacturing and construction sectors, leading to
concerns that an interest rate rise this year by the Bank of England
is less probable than a cut."
By the way, German growth has now exceeded UK growth.
"Germany overtakes UK as fastest-growing G7 economy"
"Britain loses top spot as ONS revises down annual growth to 1.8%,
from an initial estimate of 2%"
"Germany overtook the UK as the fastest growing among the G7 states
during 2016. Europe’s largest economy expanded at the fastest rate in
five years, showing growth of 1.9% last year.
"The expansion pushed Britain into second place among the G7
industrialised nations, after the Office for National Statistics
revised down annual UK growth to 1.8%, from an initial estimate of 2%.
"In the final quarter of 2016 Germany’s economy grew by 0.4%,
improving on 0.1% growth in the third quarter. It was fuelled by
domestic demand as government and consumer spending rose.
"Germany proved the International Monetary Fund wrong, after the
Washington-based fund predicted the UK would outpace its G7 peers."
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-construction--interest-rates
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you? You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways, yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals, a
single market of 500 million, and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries. And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
MM
One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next. Still come to think of it you could do worse and read the Guardian which has been consistently wrong on Brexit.
pensive hamster
2017-03-03 17:00:27 UTC
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Post by MM
"Weaker order books [in the UK] contrasted with a boyant picture in
Europe and the rest of the world. Growth of eurozone economic output
accelerated to a near six-year high in February of 56.0, up from 54.4
in January, according to the Markit composite PMI.
"Eurozone output growth was led by the manufacturing sector after
improved levels of exports and domestic new orders.
"Ireland remained at the top of the growth rankings. All of the 'big
four' eurozone economies reported stronger increases in output, with
Spain at an 18-month high, Germany at a 34-month high, and France at a
69-month peak. Italy had its sharpest spike in activity since December
2015."
So that's Spain doing great, Germany doing great, France doing
great...
...and where is Britain right now?
"Britain’s economy is cooling fast, according to the latest surveys of
the services, manufacturing and construction sectors, leading to
concerns that an interest rate rise this year by the Bank of England
is less probable than a cut."
By the way, German growth has now exceeded UK growth.
"Germany overtakes UK as fastest-growing G7 economy"
"Britain loses top spot as ONS revises down annual growth to 1.8%,
from an initial estimate of 2%"
"Germany overtook the UK as the fastest growing among the G7 states
during 2016. Europe’s largest economy expanded at the fastest rate in
five years, showing growth of 1.9% last year.
"The expansion pushed Britain into second place among the G7
industrialised nations, after the Office for National Statistics
revised down annual UK growth to 1.8%, from an initial estimate of 2%.
"In the final quarter of 2016 Germany’s economy grew by 0.4%,
improving on 0.1% growth in the third quarter. It was fuelled by
domestic demand as government and consumer spending rose.
"Germany proved the International Monetary Fund wrong, after the
Washington-based fund predicted the UK would outpace its G7 peers."
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-construction--interest-rates
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you? You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways, yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals, a
single market of 500 million, and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries. And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
MM
One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next. Still come to think of it you could do worse and read the Guardian which has been consistently wrong on Brexit.
I thought part of the Brexiteers' worldview was that the EU was
doomed, because of the Euro, all the migrants, the socialists, etc.,
and the UK was better off out of the EU, because then we won't
be dragged down when the EU does collapse?
Yellow
2017-03-03 22:54:53 UTC
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Post by MM
"Weaker order books [in the UK] contrasted with a boyant picture in
Europe and the rest of the world. Growth of eurozone economic output
accelerated to a near six-year high in February of 56.0, up from 54.4
in January, according to the Markit composite PMI.
"Eurozone output growth was led by the manufacturing sector after
improved levels of exports and domestic new orders.
"Ireland remained at the top of the growth rankings. All of the 'big
four' eurozone economies reported stronger increases in output, with
Spain at an 18-month high, Germany at a 34-month high, and France at a
69-month peak. Italy had its sharpest spike in activity since December
2015."
So that's Spain doing great, Germany doing great, France doing
great...
...and where is Britain right now?
"Britain?s economy is cooling fast, according to the latest surveys of
the services, manufacturing and construction sectors, leading to
concerns that an interest rate rise this year by the Bank of England
is less probable than a cut."
By the way, German growth has now exceeded UK growth.
"Germany overtakes UK as fastest-growing G7 economy"
"Britain loses top spot as ONS revises down annual growth to 1.8%,
from an initial estimate of 2%"
"Germany overtook the UK as the fastest growing among the G7 states
during 2016. Europe?s largest economy expanded at the fastest rate in
five years, showing growth of 1.9% last year.
"The expansion pushed Britain into second place among the G7
industrialised nations, after the Office for National Statistics
revised down annual UK growth to 1.8%, from an initial estimate of 2%.
"In the final quarter of 2016 Germany?s economy grew by 0.4%,
improving on 0.1% growth in the third quarter. It was fuelled by
domestic demand as government and consumer spending rose.
"Germany proved the International Monetary Fund wrong, after the
Washington-based fund predicted the UK would outpace its G7 peers."
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-construction--interest-rates
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you? You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways, yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals, a
single market of 500 million, and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries. And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
MM
One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next. Still come to think of it you could do worse and read the Guardian which has been consistently wrong on Brexit.
I thought part of the Brexiteers' worldview was that the EU was
doomed, because of the Euro, all the migrants, the socialists, etc.,
and the UK was better off out of the EU, because then we won't
be dragged down when the EU does collapse?
I thought we all wanted to leave because we don't have A Levels.
pensive hamster
2017-03-04 12:28:59 UTC
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I thought part of the Brexiteers' worldview was that the EU was
doomed, because of the Euro, all the migrants, the socialists, etc.,
and the UK was better off out of the EU, because then we won't
be dragged down when the EU does collapse?
I thought we all wanted to leave because we don't have A Levels.
Well, I'm sure you know better than me why you voted to leave.
Yellow
2017-03-04 21:15:30 UTC
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pensive_hamster says...
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I thought part of the Brexiteers' worldview was that the EU was
doomed, because of the Euro, all the migrants, the socialists, etc.,
and the UK was better off out of the EU, because then we won't
be dragged down when the EU does collapse?
I thought we all wanted to leave because we don't have A Levels.
Well, I'm sure you know better than me why you voted to leave.
I thought we were all too stupid to know our own minds.
MM
2017-03-05 12:10:42 UTC
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pensive_hamster says...
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I thought part of the Brexiteers' worldview was that the EU was
doomed, because of the Euro, all the migrants, the socialists, etc.,
and the UK was better off out of the EU, because then we won't
be dragged down when the EU does collapse?
I thought we all wanted to leave because we don't have A Levels.
Well, I'm sure you know better than me why you voted to leave.
I thought we were all too stupid to know our own minds.
Huh, I think the Brexit result proves that beyond reasonable doubt.

You voted because of regulations from "Brussels", despite the fact
that the British government only had to comply with EU *directives*
which required transposition into UK law, and these have been *very
few* in number. Moreover, none, not one, of those directives was
onerous by any measure.

MM
Ophelia
2017-03-04 16:23:36 UTC
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"Weaker order books [in the UK] contrasted with a boyant picture in
Europe and the rest of the world. Growth of eurozone economic output
accelerated to a near six-year high in February of 56.0, up from 54.4
in January, according to the Markit composite PMI.
"Eurozone output growth was led by the manufacturing sector after
improved levels of exports and domestic new orders.
"Ireland remained at the top of the growth rankings. All of the 'big
four' eurozone economies reported stronger increases in output, with
Spain at an 18-month high, Germany at a 34-month high, and France at a
69-month peak. Italy had its sharpest spike in activity since December
2015."
So that's Spain doing great, Germany doing great, France doing
great...
...and where is Britain right now?
"Britain?s economy is cooling fast, according to the latest surveys of
the services, manufacturing and construction sectors, leading to
concerns that an interest rate rise this year by the Bank of England
is less probable than a cut."
By the way, German growth has now exceeded UK growth.
"Germany overtakes UK as fastest-growing G7 economy"
"Britain loses top spot as ONS revises down annual growth to 1.8%,
from an initial estimate of 2%"
"Germany overtook the UK as the fastest growing among the G7 states
during 2016. Europe?s largest economy expanded at the fastest rate in
five years, showing growth of 1.9% last year.
"The expansion pushed Britain into second place among the G7
industrialised nations, after the Office for National Statistics
revised down annual UK growth to 1.8%, from an initial estimate of 2%.
"In the final quarter of 2016 Germany?s economy grew by 0.4%,
improving on 0.1% growth in the third quarter. It was fuelled by
domestic demand as government and consumer spending rose.
"Germany proved the International Monetary Fund wrong, after the
Washington-based fund predicted the UK would outpace its G7 peers."
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/03/uk-economy-cooling-fast-after-post-brexit-growth-slowdown-services-manufacturing-and-construction--interest-rates
But you Brexiters knew this would happen, didn't you? You traitors to
the British economy knew that Brexit would be so negative in so many
ways, yet you still went ahead and voted to leave 57 trade deals, a
single market of 500 million, and the freedom to live and work in any
of 28 countries. And all because you hate foreigners with their silly
accents.
I hope your kids will be thanking you in their own special way when
it's time for your care home. How much crow can you eat, I wonder?
MM
One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be
reading bones next. Still come to think of it you could do worse and
read the Guardian which has been consistently wrong on Brexit.
I thought part of the Brexiteers' worldview was that the EU was
doomed, because of the Euro, all the migrants, the socialists, etc.,
and the UK was better off out of the EU, because then we won't
be dragged down when the EU does collapse?
I thought we all wanted to leave because we don't have A Levels.


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MM
2017-03-03 17:42:11 UTC
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One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next.
Won't be difficult when everyone relies on soup kitchens after Brexit.

MM
pensive hamster
2017-03-03 20:06:27 UTC
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One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next.
Won't be difficult when everyone relies on soup kitchens after Brexit.
Nah, that will just be the Leave voters oop North. The urban elite
will still be noshing on paninis and flat whites.
pullgees
2017-03-03 21:55:24 UTC
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One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next.
Won't be difficult when everyone relies on soup kitchens after Brexit.
Nah, that will just be the Leave voters oop North. The urban elite
will still be noshing on paninis and flat whites.
It'll fix the nation's obesity epidemic, it's all for the good. I expect MM could do with shedding a few pounds the time he spends here.
Yellow
2017-03-04 00:35:06 UTC
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One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next.
Won't be difficult when everyone relies on soup kitchens after Brexit.
I make a rather nice pea, leak and bacon soup. Bit of crusty bread,
Delicious.
MM
2017-03-05 12:12:15 UTC
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One month of modest PMI data and it's all over for the UK, you'll be reading bones next.
Won't be difficult when everyone relies on soup kitchens after Brexit.
I make a rather nice pea, leak and bacon soup. Bit of crusty bread,
Delicious.
I don't want to dwell on that leak for long...

MM
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2017-03-03 21:57:11 UTC
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
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MM wont read it, he never reads links that challenge him.
MM
2017-03-05 12:14:28 UTC
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
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MM wont read it, he never reads links that challenge him.
No, I never click on links that are "Presented without comment". I
have no time for lazy posters who cannot be bothered to write even a
short summary of what the link is about.

MM
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
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MM wont read it, he never reads links that challenge him.
No, I never click on links that are "Presented without comment". I
have no time for lazy posters who cannot be bothered to write even a
short summary of what the link is about.
MM
Here's your chance. Despite your rose tinted view of the EU this is what's really going on and the article hasn't even mention unemployment particularly in France a developed industrial country which should be an example of your wonderful EU being one of its pillars.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do

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2017-03-06 10:44:34 UTC
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
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MM wont read it, he never reads links that challenge him.
No, I never click on links that are "Presented without comment". I
have no time for lazy posters who cannot be bothered to write even a
short summary of what the link is about.
MM
Here's your chance. Despite your rose tinted view of the EU this is what's really going on and the article hasn't even mention unemployment particularly in France a developed industrial country which should be an example of your wonderful EU being one of its pillars.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/images/0/02/Reg_unemployment_rates_2015_EN.png
The rates for 2015?

Hardly up to date...

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2017-03-06 14:53:42 UTC
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MM wont read it, he never reads links that challenge him.
No, I never click on links that are "Presented without comment". I
have no time for lazy posters who cannot be bothered to write even a
short summary of what the link is about.
MM
Here's your chance. Despite your rose tinted view of the EU this is what's really going on and the article hasn't even mention unemployment particularly in France a developed industrial country which should be an example of your wonderful EU being one of its pillars.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/images/0/02/Reg_unemployment_rates_2015_EN.png
The rates for 2015?
That was easy for you, as it says that in the link and no comment on the other link.
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Hardly up to date...
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So when I gave you the opportunity to show you only read links that are prefaced with a comment you failed. Just as I thought.
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2017-03-07 09:11:33 UTC
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MM wont read it, he never reads links that challenge him.
No, I never click on links that are "Presented without comment". I
have no time for lazy posters who cannot be bothered to write even a
short summary of what the link is about.
MM
Here's your chance. Despite your rose tinted view of the EU this is what's really going on and the article hasn't even mention unemployment particularly in France a developed industrial country which should be an example of your wonderful EU being one of its pillars.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/images/0/02/Reg_unemployment_rates_2015_EN.png
The rates for 2015?
That was easy for you, as it says that in the link and no comment on the other link.
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Hardly up to date...
MM
So when I gave you the opportunity to show you only read links that are prefaced with a comment you failed. Just as I thought.
Who are you to tell me what I must read?

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2017-03-07 18:40:55 UTC
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MM wont read it, he never reads links that challenge him.
No, I never click on links that are "Presented without comment". I
have no time for lazy posters who cannot be bothered to write even a
short summary of what the link is about.
MM
Here's your chance. Despite your rose tinted view of the EU this is what's really going on and the article hasn't even mention unemployment particularly in France a developed industrial country which should be an example of your wonderful EU being one of its pillars.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-03/juncker-has-meltdown-while-debating-future-eu-shit-what-do-you-want-us-do
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/images/0/02/Reg_unemployment_rates_2015_EN.png
The rates for 2015?
That was easy for you, as it says that in the link and no comment on the other link.
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Hardly up to date...
MM
So when I gave you the opportunity to show you only read links that are prefaced with a comment you failed. Just as I thought.
Who are you to tell me what I must read?
MM
We know you don't open links that might trigger you. These are posted for other people following the topic which exposes your EU bullshit.
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