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Post by Летећи Полип on Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:53 am

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Post by KinderLad on Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:59 am

Ovo je bukvalno kao da je Eric Cartman postao predsednik, ali bukvalno.
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Post by Gargantua on Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:26 pm

A foreign office minister has been ridiculed after denying Donald Trump has been “rude” to Theresa May and insisting his visit is already a “success”.

Sir Alan Duncan also ruled out the prime minister hitting back at the president – after he buried her Brexit plan and warned it would “probably kill” her hopes of a trade deal with the US

Instead, Sir Alan suggested Mr Trump did not understand the plan because he had not seen yesterday’s white paper when he spoke out, claiming: “Events have moved on”.

“There is no reason practically or legally why a trade deal between us and the US cannot happen,” he insisted, speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

Describing Mr Trump as “unconventional”, Sir Alan said: “I don't think we see it as rude. And I think the atmosphere last night at the Blenheim dinner was very, very special actually.

Asked if the visit was “a success”, he replied: “So far, most definitely,” – and, asked if Ms May would “come out fighting”, said: “We will be respectful and polite to our guest.”

Sir Vince Cable, the Liberal Democrat leader, accused the minister of burying his head in the sand, telling The Independent: “These Conservatives don’t even know when they’re being insulted.

A Tereza Mej pravi neke smeške dok sedi sa Trampom, potpuno nadrealno dopuštanje ponižavanja.

Ideja da će Tramp čitati britanski papir, i promišljati o njemu, je, kako da kažem, somnabulija prvog reda.


Ako, i treba da jebe, takvi likovi rasuti po Evropi i treba da budu ponižavani, i da viču "hoćemo još".

Tramp je siledžija, oni su prosto pajaci.
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Post by Летећи Полип on Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:35 pm






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Post by William Murderface on Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:00 am

https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-eu-may/may-warns-there-could-be-no-brexit-at-all-mail-on-sunday-idUSKBN1K412G


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Post by Zuper on Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:09 am

Kakva nada laznog druga Vilijama malog.
Za Brisel bi dusu dao.
Da li ce da padne suza, ona muska, najteza, kada u prolece 2019 Birtanija izadje iz EU ostaje da se vidi.

Sada moze i Terezica u ocajanju da je ne smene sa cela vlade. Brzo si zaboravio druga Korbina.
Nemoj se brines, ako Terezica i ode, drug Korbin ce da zavrsi izlazak iz EU.
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Post by William Murderface on Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:21 am

Sta lupas, bre, blento?


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Post by otto katz on Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:46 am

William Murderface wrote:Sta lupas, bre, blento?
Vječno pitanje na koje čovječanstvo do danas nema odgovora.


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Post by Zuper on Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:18 pm

William Murderface wrote:Sta lupas, bre, blento?

Nemas potrebe da skakuces svaki put kada neko pomene moguce odlaganje izlaska Britanije iz EU.
Izlazak nije samo izglasan na referendumu vec nekoliko puta, u razlicitim formatima, u najvisem britanskom zakonodavnom telu-House of Commons.
Gde su za te predloge izlaska glasali Torijevci i Laburisti.
To sto se Tereza Mej bori za svoj politicki opstanak pa preti svojim protivnicima unutar Torijevaca sa Korbinom i brexit-om nije toliko relevantno.
Jer da dodje Korbin on bi isao slicnim stazama izlaska kao Tereza Mej, sto je on rekao.

Inace, ja bih vise voleo da sada Britanije ostane.
To bi bilo lose kako za Britaniju, tako i za EU, iako vi mislite drugacije.
Nazalost, to se nece desiti. Britanija ulazi u EFTA semu sa Islandom, Svajcarskom i Norveskom.
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Post by William Murderface on Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:27 pm

Budalo. Preneo sam vest bez komentara. Navijam za apsolutni unutartorijevski pokolj i sto ranije prevremene izbore. Sve ostalo si isfantazirao.


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Post by Zuper on Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:37 pm

Nije ti ovo prvi put da naskaces na pricu o mogucem odlaganju ili mogucem neizlasku.
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Post by паће on Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:43 pm

Тереза меј ор меј нот да покушава да вуче такву причу поради удобности своје буље на фотељи, како премијерској тако и страначкој.

Не знам чему, може да се дичи да је председавала на два распада - брекситу и слому торијеваца, место у историји је заварено, то нико не може да јој одузме.


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Post by Gargantua on Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:56 pm

Theresa May has revealed that Donald Trump advised her to “sue the European Union” rather than negotiate with the 27-country bloc, in a private conversation that the US president referred to during his visit to the UK on Friday.

The prime minister was asked on the BBC’s The Andrew Marr Show what the “brutal” Brexit negotiating advice was that Trump had talked about in their joint press conference outside the prime minister’s Chequers country retreat.

Revealing it for the first time, May said: “He told me I should sue the EU.” After being prompted by a surprised Marr, May repeated: “Sue the EU, not go into negotiations with them, sue them.”

The prime minister smiled, and indicated she had disregarded the advice, saying “actually we’re going into negotiations with them”, in remarks that will be interpreted as a put-down of the president. Trump leaves the UK this afternoon to fly to Helsinki to meet Russian president, Vladimir Putin.

On Friday, Trump had said he gave May “a suggestion, I wouldn’t say advice” about how to handle the Brexit talks, without revealing what it was. “I think she found it maybe too brutal, and that’s OK. I gave her a suggestion, not advice. I could fully understand why she thought it was a little bit tough.”

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Post by otto katz on Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:03 pm

Se vas bum tužil!


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Post by William Murderface on Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:07 pm

Zuper wrote:Nije ti ovo prvi put da naskaces na pricu o mogucem odlaganju ili mogucem neizlasku.


Ne seri bre, budaletino.


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Post by Filipenko on Sun Jul 15, 2018 7:23 pm

Gargantua wrote:
Theresa May has revealed that Donald Trump advised her to “sue the European Union” rather than negotiate with the 27-country bloc, in a private conversation that the US president referred to during his visit to the UK on Friday.

The prime minister was asked on the BBC’s The Andrew Marr Show what the “brutal” Brexit negotiating advice was that Trump had talked about in their joint press conference outside the prime minister’s Chequers country retreat.

Revealing it for the first time, May said: “He told me I should sue the EU.” After being prompted by a surprised Marr, May repeated: “Sue the EU, not go into negotiations with them, sue them.”

The prime minister smiled, and indicated she had disregarded the advice, saying “actually we’re going into negotiations with them”, in remarks that will be interpreted as a put-down of the president. Trump leaves the UK this afternoon to fly to Helsinki to meet Russian president, Vladimir Putin.

On Friday, Trump had said he gave May “a suggestion, I wouldn’t say advice” about how to handle the Brexit talks, without revealing what it was. “I think she found it maybe too brutal, and that’s OK. I gave her a suggestion, not advice. I could fully understand why she thought it was a little bit tough.”


Živo me zanima kako bi to izgledalo. Tužimo ih jer su prihvatili sve naše ucenjivačke zahteve, a mi smo svejedno raspisali referendum i rešili da odemo, pa sada zahtevamo naknadu štete.
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Post by Gargantua on Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:34 am

Theresa May is to tell the European Union it is time to drop what she feels is their inflexible view on an Irish border solution and “evolve” their position to break the impasse in Brexit talks.

In a speech in Belfast on Friday she is expected to brand the bloc’s calls for regulatory alignment north and south of the border as a “backstop” solution in the event of no deal as “unworkable”, and repeat her assertion that a border down the Irish Sea is unacceptable to any British prime minister.

“The economic and constitutional dislocation of a formal ‘third country’ customs border within our own country is something I will never accept, and I believe no British prime minister could ever accept,” she will say.

May will tell an audience of business leaders and politicians that the EU proposal is in breach of the Belfast Agreement because it would create a barrier between Northern Ireland and Great Britain and leave the people of Northern Ireland “without their own voice” in trade negotiations. “It is not something the House of Commons will accept,” she is due to say.

The EU’s other 27 states will have a chance to examine and respond to the white paper when its General Council of ministers meets in Brussels on Friday morning. They will also receive an update on negotiations from the European Commission’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier.

May’s decision to push back so strongly against the EU and Ireland’s demands for a backstop will fuel fears in Dublin that she is backsliding on the joint agreement in December to secure insurance in the event of no deal.

Her opposition to a border in the Irish sea was cemented on Monday when a last- minute amendment to the customs bill, tabled by the Labour MP Kate Hoey, was nodded through making it illegal to have a barrier between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
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Post by William Murderface on Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:29 am

Preambula.


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Post by KinderLad on Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:32 am

Preambulance. Ovo je takav mess da polako zajebavava i POSOSNO
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Post by паће on Fri Jul 20, 2018 11:01 am

Што то већ једном не врате Ирској? А могли би и остало.


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Post by Gargantua on Fri Jul 20, 2018 7:57 pm


Barnier dismisses Theresa May's Brexit white paper demands

EU’s Brexit negotiator raises concerns over smuggling, red tape and competition

Daniel Boffey and Jennifer Rankin in Brussels
Fri 20 Jul 2018 17.19 BST

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has forensically picked apart Theresa May’s white paper after a meeting of the EU27, warning that the prime minister had failed to offer Brussels a firm basis for the negotiations.

In reflection of widespread concern about the stability of May’s premiership, Barnier said he would be polite, but went on to illustrate in stark terms how the UK’s demands fell foul of the EU’s red lines and founding principles.

“I am not negotiating, of course, on the basis of the white paper,” Barnier concluded, after a three-hour meeting of EU ministers in Brussels.

The bloc’s negotiator also responded to May’s strident rejection of the EU’s solution for avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland, in which Northern Ireland would effectively stay in the customs union and single market until a trade deal or bespoke technological solution was arranged that could serve that function.

The prime minister had committed to solving the problem, Barnier said, and having checks on goods passing from province to the rest of the UK was not the same as creating a border in the Irish sea.

“We cannot afford to lose time on this issue,” Barnier said, “and this is why we have invited the UK to work on the backstop next week … We are working on the basis of what was agreed in March with Theresa May.”

A senior diplomat said member states had been surprised and disappointed by the aggressive tone of May’s speech in Belfast earlier in the day, in which she accused the EU of seeking to perform an “economic and constitutional dislocation” of her country.

It was, however, in giving the EU’s most detailed response yet to May’s hard-fought-over Brexit white paper that Barnier was at his most damning, evoking concerns over smuggling, red tape and putting European companies at a competitive disadvantage

He suggested that the UK’s position appeared far from settled. “This white paper is the result of a very intense debate in the United Kingdom that was necessary. Everyone can see that this debate is not over,” he said.

The British government has said it wants to keep the UK in the EU single market for goods based on a common rulebook. In order to avoid customs checks, the government wants an unprecedented customs system where the UK would collect EU duties, while having the freedom to set different tariffs on goods destined for the British market.

Barnier said this “facilitated customs arrangement” raised practical, legal, economic and budgetary questions.

Setting out the questions he had posed to the new Brexit secretary, Dominic Raab, during their first meeting on Thursday, Barnier said he was concerned that European businesses would face higher administrative costs and there would be increased opportunity for fraud.

Barnier also questioned whether a non-EU country could collect EU customs without being subject to EU oversight. For this reason, EU diplomats say privately that the British plan can never be accepted.

The EU is also deeply concerned that the customs plan would give outsider companies a competitive edge over European rivals if Britain and other countries used the UK as a route to avoid higher EU tariffs. “Are the British proposals in the interests of the EU?” Barnier asked.

With reference to an EU position paper, which ruled out so-called “cherrypicking” of elements of the bloc’s membership, Barnier made it clear that he believed the UK had breached the EU’s red lines.

“There are some elements [of the white paper] which do seem to contradict the guidelines of the EU council, the heads of government and state, namely the indivisibility of the four freedoms and the integrity of the single market,” he said. “There is not a lot of justification for the EU running the risk of weakening the single market.”

Barnier’s deconstruction of the white paper came after the French government said May’s capitulation to Brexiters in parliament since its publication had made the task of negotiating a deal “even harder”.

On Monday, in order to avoid an embarrassing defeat in the Commons, the government reluctantly accepted four amendments put forward by Jacob Rees-Mogg, the chair of the European Research Group of Conservative MPs, who was seeking to wreck May’s proposed custom plans.

Arriving in Brussels to meet Barnier, France’s European affairs minister, Nathalie Loiseau , said the acceptance by May of amendments backed by hardline Tory Brexiters had further complicated the already troubled talks.

She said: “We know there have been amendments to different provisions in Britain, which makes it even harder for us to discuss with our British partners.”

Michael Roth, Germany’s Europe minister, said: “I will remain an optimist, but it is hard to remain an optimist in these challenging times.”

With doubt growing about the credibility of the white paper, Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary, admitted the plan agreed at Chequers was merely a starting point for future talks.

Questioned by reporters on a visit to Scotland, Hunt twice refused to describe the Chequers plan as the UK’s “final offer” on Brexit. “It’s our substantive offer I think is the best way to phrase it,” he said.
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Post by Gargantua on Wed Jul 25, 2018 5:33 pm

Alal vera!

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Post by KinderLad on Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:31 pm

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Post by паће on Wed Jul 25, 2018 7:00 pm

KinderLad wrote:Srbititis

Комплет су преузели оно наше "ко ме гурну?".


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