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#17598

same again.
cant think of anything positive for brexit cant justify the cheating and lies.
SO
let’s hope the EU and Euro collapse so we can say at least they are as poor as we are.


#17599

Ignoring 43yrs Growth…


#17600

Huw’s hatred for Germany and Europe in general is obvious.
It’s a shame that he obsesses over that rather than what is best for the UK.

Just as with other Brexiteers on this board who are willing on the UK to be worse off and ever subservient to the US, Huw’s views on Europe are irrelevant.


#17601

You really are an economic moron aren’t you.


#17602

It sounds like you have lost the argument Huw with your collapse into naked abuse.

Frog


#17603

I don’t hate either just pointing out the economic reality of an unsustainable currency and the enormous globally destabilizing trade surplus within the EU that it has engendered.

You wouldn’t know what’s best for the UK if it slapped you in the face.


#17604

That’s you all over. I’ll have lost the argument if you can find a single economist who agrees with your earlier assertion that:

Plum.


#17605

That’s the problem :see_no_evil::hear_no_evil:


#17606

Fynne,

Surely we all aspire to be a successful trading nation, don’t we?

Huw,

On whether Germany would have done as well if it still used the DM, as I asked, is of course impossibe to answer. However, I think we can make a reasonable assumption that it would still be a leading world economy and that on the basis of its high level of productivity and the quality of its goods, together with the additional advantage of being able to control the value of the DM, that it would still have a trading surplus.

Whilst looking for an economist’s point of view I found this article in The Guardian:

It makes some of the same points as I have but plenty more besides including some suggested strategies for dealing with the surplus.

Cheers,

Frog in a tree


#17607

Huw:
A) the UK isn’t in the Eurozone
B) you still haven’t explained how the supposed “enormous globally destabilizing trade surplus within the EU” will affect the UK if we are within the EU but how we are blissfully unaffected if we are out.

This is especially so when the UK Government itself and all independent forecasts say the UK is better off inside the EU under any Brexit scenario and by any measure.
Or are all these “so-called experts” lying… and instead we need to listen to Guru Huw?


#17608

Gina Miller - a true democrat

Gina Miller has written to Johnson to say that she will take legal action if he tries to prorogue parliament.

Good for her! I did not send my Mp to parliament for them to be locked out and prevented from doing their job.

Frog ina tree


#17609

Rumours that Oakenshott Lover of Richard Tice of Brexit party leaked the ambassadors emails.
Tice lobbied for the job
She is paid by Ashcroft Brexit backer and now full time resident in Belize Tax Haven.
If true no surprise most know they are crooks but smells to high heaven


#17610

Good for her … keeping all those expensive barristers in a job …
more money than sense (imo)


#17611

based permanently? I don’t think so


#17612

You don’t “think” ? Good to see you’ve done some research on it … wasn’t I being criticized for not reading the articles posted on here and making ignorant comments


2002 …

Please note the word “permanently” in the title
Haven’t read it myself :nerd_face:


#17613

Second link won’t open but try googling “minesweepers in the gulf” and I’m sure you’ll find it …
… Even managed to fix the link for you …


#17614

Taken from @HuwJarse’s site used to back up this and other assertions, such as

Here’s a chart showing no particular magic rise in exports on the introduction of the EURO asserted by @HuwJarse and other Trump-groupies.

Approx 50% of German exports are within the EU but at no point is it ‘predominantly reliant on exports for its GDP’. Approx 20% of Germany’s GDP is from exports outside the EU. USA is the biggest of many large customers. Approx 12% of USA GDP is reliant on exports.

What @HuwJarse, and apparently Trump, fail to take into account is that Germany is part of a trade bloc and there is a very definite rise in German exports as a percentage of GDP in 1993, when the barriers were lifted within the EU.

@HuwJarse just doesn’t get it, and Trump doesn’t want to admit it as he constructs additional protectionist barriers between USA and her trading partners.


#17615

They are quite simply wrong in their language is they say they are ‘permanently based’ out there. Not a big deal, @fynne, but best to be right about these matters if you’re ‘publishing’ them.

As for the second warship being sent ‘before’ Trump’s appeal it may be the case, unfortunately it looks to the rest of the world like he spat in our faces then gave a command and we responded like whipped puppies.

The amount of damage done to our international prestige by our ‘ally’ Trump in the last few days is literally incalculable. Time will tell, but I expect it will be just another nail in the self-inflicted Brexit coffin and the cowardly withdrawal from world influence and responsibility it represents.


#17616

iphones are manufactured in Taiwan and always have been.

Apple developed the technology in California with its staff from many countries. They were first onto the bus with this smartphone which has always been vastly overpriced. A Motorola from Tescos at 65 quid would suit most people just as well as a 1000 pound iphone. Downhill for Apple unless they can pull a new rabbit out of the hat.

The US is top dog in many fields : global finance (basically the New York hub), Hollywood and Disney, Facebook, Google, etc.

But I was talking about production of goods: cars, ships, steel, household appliances, machinery and decent food and so on. The US has fallen behind in an historic trend compared to the Far East and Europe in the above. That is why they have become so protectionist when once they pretended to be in favour of free trade.

However, the USA is pre-eminent in the manufacture of arms, both in terms of making guns for citizens to shoot each other and for sale to foreign countries. The latter is a way to control errant states and force them to due the bidding of Washington. Arms manufacturing keeps a lot of people in jobs, as do the armed forces, but economically they are not a good deal. The crippling cost of maintaining such a huge military/industrial complex has been a major component in the accrual of the National Debt of the USA which is now $22 Trillion.

IMHO,

SBK


#17617

You should thank Gina, she won her last battle. If she hadn’t Mrs May would have just gone ahead and imposed her deal on Parliament.

IMHO,

SBK