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Britain looks to break International law

Posted: Wed Sep 9, 2020 12:13pm
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Wilbur

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Worst still it's the Good Friday Agreement that has ensured peace in Ireland and no bombings in Britain for near 30 years. 

Does Bojo rely want to upset the Irish again? 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/sep/08/senior-tories-urge-ministers-to-scrap-illegal-brexit-rule-plan?utm_term=1cef6b54ddc9b26f1a6b78c160d42b63&utm_campaign=GuardianTodayUK&utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&CMP=GTUK_email

Irishgigilo

Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 1:19am

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Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 1:19am

1998 was the Good Friday agreement ! Twenty two years ago .

You are correct about it upsetting the agreement . Boris doesn't care he doesn't live there nor do the majority of his cronies . They would get more backhanders if the troubles returned ! 

Wilbur

Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 8:36am

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Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 8:36am

Irishgigilo wrote on Thu Sep 10, 2020 1:19am:

1998 was the Good Friday agreement ! Twenty two years ago .

You are correct about it upsetting the agreement . Boris doesn't care he doesn't live there nor do the majority of his cronies . They would get more backhanders if the troubles returned ! 

The problem is, that if the Troubles return to North Ireland then bombings in Britain happens too. It will be like the 80s again. 

This has to be avoided at all costs and its the very reason the GFA was agreed by all sides. 

Only an absolute moron would look to tear up such a Treaty and Law. 

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Posted: Fri Sep 11, 2020 11:18am

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Posted: Fri Sep 11, 2020 11:18am

Wilbur wrote on Thu Sep 10, 2020 8:36am:

The problem is, that if the Troubles return to North Ireland then bombings in Britain happens too. It will be like the 80s again. 

This has to be avoided at all costs and its the very reason the GFA was agreed by all sides. 

Only an absolute moron would look to tear up such a Treaty and Law. 

Only an absolute moron would look to tear up such a Treaty and Law. 

Well there you go then.

Johnson doesn't care about anything other than 'Get Brexit Done', which he has, but thinks he was rushed into signing an agreement with terms he doesn't agree with.

Just as he broke UK law last year in stopping the democratic process in parliament, he is going to break international law and alter terms in a treaty which was signed and sealed.

Arfur Daley, eat your heart out, there's a new man on the block 😉

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Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 1:48pm

RayD wrote on Fri Sep 11, 2020 11:18am:

Only an absolute moron would look to tear up such a Treaty and Law. 

Well there you go then.

Johnson doesn't care about anything other than 'Get Brexit Done', which he has, but thinks he was rushed into signing an agreement with terms he doesn't agree with.

Just as he broke UK law last year in stopping the democratic process in parliament, he is going to break international law and alter terms in a treaty which was signed and sealed.

Arfur Daley, eat your heart out, there's a new man on the block 😉

Is this the agreement which saw hundreds of IRA murderers given a get out of jail card while continuing to punish The military who tried to police the troubles?? 

Why was it called the good Friday agreement? It was a sellout to terrorism

Wilbur

Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 2:20pm

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Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 2:20pm

Tony810 wrote on Sat Sep 12, 2020 1:48pm:

Is this the agreement which saw hundreds of IRA murderers given a get out of jail card while continuing to punish The military who tried to police the troubles?? 

Why was it called the good Friday agreement? It was a sellout to terrorism

It's an international peace time treaty, to be respected in the same vein as the Paris Peace Treaties or the Potsdam Agreement. 

It ensured a peaceful and prosperous Island of Ireland, with little British interference on how they conduct their business or lives. Secondly, and most importantly it ended the death of innocents on both sides. No more Bloody Sunday's,  no more Hyde Parks, no more covert operations with Ulster paramilitary organisations to attack indigenous populations, no more deaths of Royals or British MPs. No more War.

As peace agreements go, its regarded as the exemplar. And to most of the watching world a price worth paying and a deal worth sticking too.

Step up Britain, and don't become a Russia or China. 

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Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 12:55pm

What does anyone expect from the great stranger from the truth Johnson and his lickspittle government? 

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Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 1:41pm

Tony810 wrote on Sat Sep 12, 2020 1:48pm:

Is this the agreement which saw hundreds of IRA murderers given a get out of jail card while continuing to punish The military who tried to police the troubles?? 

Why was it called the good Friday agreement? It was a sellout to terrorism

So "it was a sell-out to terrorism"? The IRA were not the only ones who were para-military groups. What about the terrorist groups on the Protestant side?  

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Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 2:59pm

Comares wrote on Sun Sep 13, 2020 1:41pm:

So "it was a sell-out to terrorism"? The IRA were not the only ones who were para-military groups. What about the terrorist groups on the Protestant side?  

You are right there were also terrorists on the other side although I personally have not heard of any letters given to them. you appear to defend the idea that innocent lives of women, children and the elderly were a price worth paying to give all those murderers a free pass? 1 innocent death is 1 to many, terrorists win every time because of weak politicians. 

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Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 3:03pm

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What so few people realise but the powers that be most certainly do and will never speak of it for obvious reasons

The Act of Union between Scotland and England is a fully legally binding document

That took England many years to actually sign and under duress

Such Act has only ever had 1 ammendment and that was in late 19th centutry

The amendment was made when Britain ruled the whole Island of Ireland

And reads along these lines

There shall be no impediment in the transfer or movement of any goods monies or services ever between the Great Britain and the Island of Ireland

The withdrawal agreement breaks this ammendment FULL STOP

And once broken Scotland has full legal right to withdraw from the Union as it will have been breached

And that is why neither the SNP or Boris ever speak of this matter

And that is why the Withdrawal agreement and the Good Friday one are a unsolvable problem

It is a enigma contained within a puzzle

And no matter what now a legal minefield 

With no escape route without breaking the Law no matter which way you move

Place the border checks in rhe middle of the Irish sea BANG goes the Act of Union

OR

Remove the border checks in the Irish sea

BANG goes the Withdrawal agreement

Introduce border checks on the NI & Rebublic of Ireland

BANG goes the Good Friday Agreement

Now do you see the impossibility of squaring the circle

I have said this as soon as the BREXIT result was known

And as such Brexit is a complete and utter illusion along with actually being a unicorn

Those who voted for it have been well and truly sold a Pup

The one and only way out is to either break the law and if you put sea borders then you lose Scotland

And if you remove the borders in the sea you lose complete and total access to European markets and become a 3rd stage nation and all that goes with it

But in order to maintain access to Europe 

You then have to put borders on the mainland of Ireland you break the Good Friday Agreement

And EU is well aware of this and now hold all the aces and without doubt will take full legal action against the UK at all levels possible which in turn could certainly lead to the UK becoming a Pariah State

Over to you Boris it is what is referred to as

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