Answers to Arron Banks

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As Yellowhammer documents showed at weekend – Ports /Tunnel say that they are ready. But what they mean is they are ready to process correct paperwork/ electronic registration of tens of thousands of exporters who have never needed to. Disruption arises if traders not prepped…

— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) August 21, 2019

Arron Banks:

We managed to arrange the evacuation of 100,000’s troops from a beach in France using thousands of small craft , under massive military pressure , in a few days but we can’t fill in a few new forms in 2019…

— Arron Banks (@Arron_banks) August 22, 2019

Two answers to Arron Banks:

We? Dunkirk happened 20+ years before you were born and thousands were killed.

— Sen. Neale Richmond (@nealerichmond) August 22, 2019

EU now pointing out what was clear in their guidance from March – UK EORI numbers will not be valid in EU after No Deal. So tens of thousands of UK traders also need to register in France, mainly, separately to auto-enrollment from HMRC announced this week

— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) August 23, 2019

Arron Banks goes on:

“We” being the British. Ireland may have resigned itself to the status of a minor EU colony but WE are not European. You sold your country for €60 blllion net income & all the politicians bought and sold. Trump in the market for real estate deals , he loves Ireland 🇮🇪!

— Arron Banks (@Arron_banks) August 23, 2019

Another answer to Arron Banks:

When Ireland left the UK it was destitute. 20 years after joining the EU, Ireland was the Celtic Tiger and now with Sweden has a higher average income than the USA. New members Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania and Romania are among the fastest growing economies in the world.

— QuantumChoices #FBPE 🔶️ (@tfoale) August 23, 2019

“Brexit Is Such an Affront Because It Is a Battle in a Culture War as Surely and Pointlessly as Trump’s Wall”

Should be read and taken seriously by anyone who wants Britain to be a halfway decent society. America's culture wars have gone a long way to making their society miserable and unlivable. They will do the same to Britain.

— Prince-Bishop Militantly Aardvark #FBPE #RESIST (@MilitantlyA) March 4, 2019


Trump on Brexit (verbatim):
Both sides are very very you know, they're cemented in. It’s a tough situation, it’s a shame. Frankly it’s a shame, there was no reason for that to happen, they could’ve had the vote & it should’ve gone smoothly but it didn’t. Very complicated issue.

— Dr. Jennifer Cassidy (@OxfordDiplomat) March 14, 2019

Italy: A Little Help from Putin

Huge story breaking in Italy. Putin agreed to a request from Lega Nord leader Matteo Salvini to covertly finance his Euro election campaign. The plan was to conceal the payment behind an apparently normal business deal. Sound familiar? via @espressonline

— David Clark (@David_K_Clark) February 22, 2019

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Now it's available in German too. Publisher is an Austrian social-democratic magazine.

— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) February 22, 2019


In English.

— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) February 22, 2019

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This is not explicitely about Europe, but Russian hacks already had been affecting Europe, e.g. interfering with the 2016 Brexit referendum. The European elections are coming. The hacks won’t stop.

Trump, Putin, and the Big Hack

By David Remnick
January 6, 2017

[…] A declassified report concluded that Putin ordered a campaign of covert operations, from defamatory “fake news” articles about Clinton to the hack itself. […]

[…] Like many nationalist politicians in Europe, Trump has made plain his admiration for Putin, complimenting the Russian leader’s “great control over his country,” while at the same time failing to address the reality that Putin’s regime has instituted wholesale censorship of television, increased repressive measures on ordinary citizens, and unleashed his forces in Ukraine and Syria. (Putin, of course, discounts criticism of his policies as Western hypocrisy and points to everything from the invasion of Iraq, which he opposed, to the eastward expansion of NATO, which he sees as an aggressive act.) […]

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