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  1. yorkie1999

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Which is why the electorate needs to show their disaproval of the current political regime by not voting for anyone. Time to start again.
  2. yorkie1999

    UEFA Nations League

    I reckon Gareth bale could be the solution to our problems up front, think we need to make a cheeky bid in January. Get king to show him what a premier league medal looks like.
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    UEFA Nations League

    Great save from Kasper
  4. yorkie1999

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Course they do, the common man was only given a vote to avoid a russian revolution
  5. yorkie1999

    VAR to be used in PL from 2019

    Personally i think we will get more "diving" as any slight contact that results in a possible penalty will be reviewed with greater detail with the "divee" having the knowledge contact was made.
  6. yorkie1999

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Things in this country were going fine until the referendum, governments like to stir the shit, anybody with a bit of power likes to stir the shit as it gives them more power, i learnt this as an apprentice in a union shop where the dumb tw*ts with the biggest voice seemed to run the show, whereas anyone who paid attention at school and got a bit of an education tended to concentrate on what they were doing and not get sucked into petty arguments but ended up having to go with the flow. Well those union officials, and their like, have now moved onto bigger things, much to the detriment of the rest of us.
  7. yorkie1999

    VAR to be used in PL from 2019

    But wasn't it the correct decision?
  8. yorkie1999

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    The nation was hoodwinked into voting in the first place, what was wrong with how it was, i wasn't complaining about being part of the EU, nor was anyone else i know, my life has never been affected by immigrants and i could jump on a bike and ride all the way down to the Pyrenees without having to bother with border controls. All it has achieved is, instead of having a divided tory government, we now have a divided nation. Divide and conquer. But, that's beside the point. Our politicians have failed to do the job they were tasked with, yet somehow switched it round to make it our fault and our problem. Divide and conquer. MF scumbags.
  9. yorkie1999

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Maybe so, but my point was that the government was tasked, by a democratic vote, to take us out of the EU and not, as it now appears, to fvck things up so badly that no-one now believes in the original decision. In fact, i think it's all a massive charade of delaying tactics because the ministers in charge of taking the country out of the EU don't want to take the country out of the EU so instead of concentrating on the job in hand , they've left it until the last possible moment that there is no alternative to having another referendum, but in that interim period, have managed to sway public opinion against the idea of leaving the EU because the country will be doomed if we do so. They've hoodwinked the nation.
  10. yorkie1999

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    To me the whole problem stems from the fact that politicians don't seem to understand what their role is in this mess, and it is they who have created this mess by not adhering to the wishes of the majority of the nation. They're role is to simply take us out of the EU, end of. Can they do that, no chance, because they believe they know better. They are not politicians representing their parties in this, they are administrators whose task is to follow the wishes of the people and create a plan of action of how to leave, but instead of doing that, they've turned it all round for political gain and shown their true colours of interfering backstabbers who will stand at nothing to gain ultimate power. It should never have gone through the house of commons in the first place, everyone knew they'd fvck it up. The nation has voted to leave the EU, so why is everyone still arguing about petty deals and whether we should have another vote. What's the point of a deal if we're going to have another vote! Fvck me, this country is going backwards in it's ability to solve problems.
  11. yorkie1999

    Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Obviously overworked and pensioned off then.
  12. yorkie1999

    The joke thread

    I dig, She dig, we dig, he dig, they dig, you dig It’s not a pretty poem, but it’s deep.
  13. Should have bought Wilson from cov
  14. Rooney dier and Henderson have made an impact.
  15. Mr “I’ve tried to be David beckham but just never been quite as good” on.