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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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riosleftsock 12:22 Tue Oct 22
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BRANDED 12:14 Tue Oct 22

What a load of bollocks.

A definition of nationalism from the same people trying to get white 21st century Europeans to take the blame for something from hundreds of years ago which they had no part in, whilst denying them the right to take pride in something their father or grandfather's generation gave their lives for.

This schtick disgusts me. Progressive claptrap.

Hammer and Pickle 12:22 Tue Oct 22
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errr - could it be by failing to ignore your moronic posts?

only1billybonds 12:20 Tue Oct 22
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"Poncing Pole ideology driving Brexit today".

What utter fucking idiocy, how can anyone living so far away from these shores have the first clue what peoples motivations are.

Gavros 12:20 Tue Oct 22
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New Jersey 12:16 Tue Oct 22
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Precisely. If youre going to say that the French or the Poles were 'weak' in the face of a superior and brand new mechanised war machine then you have to say the British were too, given how the BEF got smashed by them as well.

Hammer and Pickle 12:19 Tue Oct 22
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The RN was blockading German ports by being moored at Skapa Flow, which happens to be on the other side of the North Sea, making the Royal Oak easy prey for the U-47.

Anyway, any overview of the facts makes it is impossible not to draw the conclusion that prior to 10th May 1940, everyone, including Stalin, was hoping to appease the belligerent, while quite happy to throw Poland, the only other party willing to fight, quite literally under the German panzer. All this is well and good, and the strategy may have had its advantages, but to claim today that the Poles should in any way be grateful to their allies is a simple crass absurdity.

New Jersey 12:16 Tue Oct 22
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The Polish fought like fuck but they were ill equipped to stand any chance against a German war machine and an immensely cruel Red army.

In reality Britain was, despite the rhetoric, ill equipped at that time and we would have been destroyed by the Germans, hence the limited 'help'!

BRANDED 12:14 Tue Oct 22
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Nationalism: teaches you to take pride in shit you’ve never done and to hate cunts you’ve never met

orwells tragedy 12:06 Tue Oct 22
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Gavros 11:54 Tue Oct 22

Meandering nonsense.

riosleftsock 12:04 Tue Oct 22
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The corrupt mafia who run Malta are hardly likely to leave the EU, the same corrupt EU who turn a blind eye to Maltese politicians making millions selling EU passports and citizenship to foreign criminals.

Westside 12:04 Tue Oct 22
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and not a thing was done from the declaration of war to stop them.

As Far Cough points out, the Royal Navy were at it straight from the off.

We didn't have planes with sufficient range at the time to reach Poland at the time, so could do nothing on the air power front.

No way of landing troops in Poland for the British, given the time it would take to organise, plan and mount an operation, with Poland being rolled over in 6 weeks or so. As for the French, they were stuck in a defensive posture, behind the Maginot Line.

Gavros 12:01 Tue Oct 22
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Just Chubs talking shit as per.

violator 12:00 Tue Oct 22
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I'd be surprised if Malta wanted to leave, wasn't their president giving us a lecture not so long ago?

Gavros 12:00 Tue Oct 22
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No theyre not. yet another -exit fantasy.

riosleftsock 11:59 Tue Oct 22
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Hammer and Pickle 11:46 Tue Oct 22

Historically, Pickled is quite correct. However, Britain was not the continental policeman. We had an empire to run and only really concerned ourselves with Europe's many internal issues when they approached our doorsteps.

We had a mighty navy but an almost non-existent standing army.

The idea of expecting Britain to intervene against Russia on Poland's behalf is nonsensical. It was militarily impossible.

Neither would it have made sense for us to divert naval assets to threaten Russia whilst Germany had just built and mobilised Europe's most powerful land and air forces and were heading towards our shores.

Johnson 11:56 Tue Oct 22
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Malta are now agitating to leave the EU.

Hammer and Pickle 11:55 Tue Oct 22
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"Sunburnt armpit country"

Ha ha ha ha ha.

You're so funny, Kenzo.

Gavros 11:54 Tue Oct 22
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No, theyre mostly now dead. Its the ones that followed them, who, to their eternal shame, couldnt hold a candle to that generation but are still obsessed by the war, as can quite clearly been seen here. The Greatest Generation followed by the Shittest Generation, who had everything on a plate for them but still bleat their way to the grave. Wankers.

Mr Kenzo 11:53 Tue Oct 22
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Poland is just another sunburnt armpit country, no wonder we are trying ro free ourselves from the European Bloc. Look at Malta, they grew a pair of bollocks during the war and weren't such a pushover, they were issued the highest award for galantry.

orwells tragedy 11:49 Tue Oct 22
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It was the old bastards that did it, you know, the ones you cant wait to die so you can get your car cleaned for a fiver.

Hammer and Pickle 11:46 Tue Oct 22
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"A lot of brave British men and women died to stop Poland becoming a Nazi colony."

Poland was a Soviet and Nazi colony months before the Nazis decided to go for France in 1940, and not a thing was done from the declaration of war to stop them. These are the historical facts and you simply cannot handle them. Instead you peddle the most outrageous lies that there was any strategic aim to support the UK's Polish ally in the war. There was absolutely no such sense of duty in London twards the Poles and indeed, Stalin's support of Hitler was simply ignored.

What happened following Yalta in 1945 is just a continuation of this pattern. As is most of the "poncing Pole" ideology driving Brexit today. So the Tories "requesting" the Poles' support on the extension veto is nothing short of utterly grotesque.

Gavros 11:44 Tue Oct 22
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May I humbly suggest that only those with first hand battlefield experience have the ability to judge which nations troops are 'weak' or otherwise.

In other words, not 99.9% of you OLD BASTARDS that read a few Commando comics.

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