The Remoaners want Britain to Fail

The Snearing Remoaners want our economy to fail and are talking it down to achieve their sadistic aim. The Remoaners want to punish those who voted out by talking down our economy, just because the access to cheap nannies and gardeners is going to come to an end. Pathetic snobs!

Here we have a Remoaner talking about the tyranny of the majority. Fancy that! The elite are calling the working class tyrants because we gave them a good kick in the ballot box. This shows a disdain for democracy because democracy gives the majority the upper-hand.

The fact is our economy is growing twice the speed of Eurozone as 27 countries seek to cut a trade deal with us. But the Remoaners are determined to find bad news to moan about and blame Brexit on. But as Dan Hannan says here

So far, the bad news on which Remoaners have focused comes largely in the form of surveys. Hard statistics remain stubbornly cheerful. Britain’s jobs miracle has continued, with more people in work than ever, and recruitment agencies reporting a boom. Start-ups have been launched at a faster rate since the vote than before it. In the last quarter, the UK economy grew by 0.6 per cent; the eurozone, by contrast, slowed to 0.3 per cent.

 

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10 Responses to The Remoaners want Britain to Fail

  1. Tony Snape says:

    Facts – 1) Since Brexit the pound has fallen at the sharpest rate since we exited the EEC in 1992, it is one of the worst performing currencies in the world this year. 2) The Bank of England has reduced its UK economy growth forecast from over 2% to 0.6% pa. 3) The National Police Chiefs Council has reported a 57% increase in racial hate crime since Brexit. 4) The main commercial property investment platforms such as Aberdeen Asset Managers and Canada Life have reduced their portfolio valuations by 8-15%. I work as a chartered surveyor and I have lost a £9,000 fee because a client pulled out of a site purchase due to Brexit uncertainty. In my mind Brexit will if noting else create a vast amount of paperwork to reach what goal? I doubt we will be financially better off after we leave. I feel as much European as British and am struggling to identify with the ethos of the decision. I feel ashamed to be British. The Netherlands look nice though!

  2. Tony Snape says:

    Many thanks for your well researched and considered response, Please feel free to check my facts

    Below a direct copy of the Independent newspaper article of 8th July 2018

    ‘The pound has beaten the Argentine peso to become 2016’s worst performing currency after it plunged to a 31-year low in the aftermath of the decision to leave the EU.

    Sterling dipped below $1.30 for the first time since 1985 in the second week after the European referendum.

    It had rebounded slightly to trade at $1.29 against the dollar by the end of the week.

    Why the FTSE 100 at a post-Brexit high is not necessarily good news
    John Lewis warns Brexit impact on pound sterling could become ‘a big issue’
    Pound sterling could slide below $1.20 because of Brexit, Goldman Sachs warns
    Grocery prices could soar as Brexit causes slump in value of the pound

    That brutal tumble means the pound has overtaken the Argentine peso as the biggest loser against the dollar among 31 other major currencies in 2016.

    Some analysts are convinced the pound still has further to fall, with some predicting lows of $1.20 against the dollar in the next three months.’

    I look forward to any factual challenge to the facts I quoted.

    I like Britain and want this country to perform to the best of its abilities. If it falls below par, I will leave the county to pursue better prospects.

    To my mind we have chosen a difficult passage and I don’t know why.

    Regards

    Toby

    • Kevin Algar says:

      Ironically your comments are proving the point of the post.

      • Tony Snape says:

        Dear Sir

        I quote the first paragraph of the original post

        ‘The Snearing Remoaners want our economy to fail and are talking it down to achieve their sadistic aim. The Remoaners want to punish those who voted out by talking down our economy, just because the access to cheap nannies and gardeners is going to come to an end. Pathetic snobs!

        I do not want this economy to fail, it would hurt my income. I want this country to perform to the best of its abilities. I am frank about my aims, I want to earn as much as possible. I earn more from a thriving economy, as we all do.

        As I say, please feel free to challenge any facts I have quoted.

        If you are unable to do so, I cannot evaluate your statements by fact.

        Best wishes

        Toby Snape

      • Kevin Algar says:

        Our economy is growing.

      • Tony Snape says:

        The economy is growing, but the influx of Government cash £270bn so far, by way of quantitative easing, and a reduction by .25% in the base rate are major factors in sustaining growth and availability of cash.

        Cheap, widely available cash lead to the 2008 crash, we cannot continue to pump Billions in to propping up banks, who at best only use the free government cash to lend and make a good margin on the loans.

        Derivatives, are now back in the market, under different logos. Remember sub prime mortgages!

        We must have a performing economy, not built of debt. The only way to do this is buy reducing the national and personal debt problems we have. We were on our way to doing so until Brexit.

        Kindest regards

        Toby Snape

  3. Furgrip says:

    Tony, you are talking about facts, reasoned argument etc. That is not the required narrative here. You are a remoaner and you lost so get over it whiny loser etc etc etc.

    Kevin’s superior grasp of pretty much everything is, frankly, running rings round you

  4. T Snape says:

    Seems like both of you don’t like facts. Kevins comments are paper thin trinkets of opinion, nothing more, a bit like your worthless comment. Regards.

  5. Kevin Algar says:

    The snobbery of the Remoaners is staggering. They honestly believe that they are better than the rest of us. Hence they call our comments ‘trinkets’ and ‘worthless’

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