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I think given what's been said about the EU on other threads, this site could well be monitored by these new EU trolls.

Reading down to the last bit maybe we should start a new EU political party, seems there is going to be plenty of our tax monies given to any that do.


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Ah yes, but the damp rag from Brussels isn't bright enough to work out how to cut off his funding of Ukip - funding which is likely to see a rather large boost quite soon! :)

But it's only what all power-blocks (and parasites) do! Their primary purpose is to ensure their own existence if not growth. Of course that requires the continued existence of the host, but the hosts actual well-being comes well down the priority list! So, logically, it's only ever worth fully supporting organisations who's avowed and sustained aim is to put themselves out of jobs.

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