Registered On: December 24, 2013
BRI, just consider what it’s like to have the sort of comments aimed at you that Gurnelista comes out with. Does anyone on here genuinely believe it’s acceptable for him to weaponise mental health — and make no mistake, that is exactly what he’s doing — or to weaponise coronavirus deaths as he’s done. He then even attempts to justify what he says when any decent person knows his comments are unjustifiable.
Then ask yourself why I comment as I do. I haven’t seen you or anyone else take him to task over this. So the only assumption I can make is that you’re all happy for it to happen. Is there any wonder I find you all so pathetic. Or that I question your views.
The fact is my mental health is excellent. I talk about clinical depression because it’s important to avoid the stigma associated with it, the sort of stigma that clowns such as Gurnelista with his absurd comments do so much to create. The guy’s a total coward.
Heath, Deerey, etc, I’ve made my position very clear. If you’re such experts in economics and business you’d not only recognise and understand the benefits of leaving the EU but also accept they are there. Yet you clearly cannot see or understand what I’m talking about. I’m sorry if that offends you but it’s the truth.
A good business person understands that leaving the EU creates change; and it’s change that creates opportunities and benefits. This isn’t about fishing quotas or filling in forms, which is what you seem to believe but about looking to the rest of the world — as well as the EU — for new opportunities, both in terms of ideas and attracting great talent.
I’ve pointed out already that the UK attracted more digital investment last year than the whole of the rest of Europe put together. This is a fantastic opportunity for the country on a global basis. That’s what I’m talking about.