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Rooney
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I am a remaniner but I also agree the referendum result has to be respected. The problem the whole time is those who are Eurosceptics in politics have never had any idea about how we would survive on our own two feet, as evidently showed in the past 3 years. It also gave birth to may extreme views held by a lot of people about immigration. Yet what they have no idea about is we need immigration (as do all countries) to keep business and jobs going. What people don't realise is instead of Poland, Romania and Spain it's likely to be India, China and South Korea.

My problem with the current government is we pay these people to govern our country and look out for the countries best interests. I'll always respect the referendum result and I agree the country voted to leave. What I will never agree with is a no-deal scenario which yes backs "democracy" but it leaves our country at serve risk and could easily be avoided all for some ideological purpose which benefits few and leaves many of the country at risk.

I mean I've said it before but the country went mad when KFC closed for 2 weeks, everytime there is a fuel shortage people go mad, can you imagine Barbara and Linda fighting over a loaf of bread in ASDA? It's just sheer madness and can easily be avoided with some calm heads at the table instead of a bunch of ideological knobheads who have so much influence.
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It really doesn't.

Leave lied, didn't get a big enough majority, didn't get youth support, sisn't get 3 nations.

Revoke.
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Steve201
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QUOTE(Suedehead2 @ Sep 19 2019, 10:31 PM) *
In other words, those of us who thought he was an idiot before still think he's an idiot.


Indeed I thought he would bellow out that it was an advisory non binding vote and Boris is an absolute clown 😉
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QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 19 2019, 11:08 PM) *
It really doesn't.

Leave lied, didn't get a big enough majority, didn't get youth support, sisn't get 3 nations.

Revoke.


laugh.gif I like your persistence algernon
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QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 19 2019, 06:04 PM) *
The hardest bit will be coding the random answer from vidcapper that's not related to the question. The text will be easy, but randomness codes are always hard!


At least i'm a little random. With you, it's Marxism all the way - I hate to tell you this, but repetition doesn't magically make socialism a better system... tongue.gif

QUOTE(Common Sense @ Sep 19 2019, 07:27 PM) *
Wow this is interesting. Look who posted in this thread. ohmy.gif

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Algernon Monqueef 176
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Suedehead2 76
Rooney 48
vidcapper 46


I'm only 5th? ohmy.gif

QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 19 2019, 07:55 PM) *
Also the prople spoke back in 1970. 70% pro EU. Sorry sad.gif That correlated with the papers praising the EU, rather than attacking it oover and oover with lies and smears since smile.gif


1. The referendum was in *1975*
2. There was no EU in 1975 anyway - it was the EEC, known as the Common Market.

There's no way it can be argued that the 1975 & 2016 referenda were equivalent - the EEC had far less power then the EU does.
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5 Silas Frøkner
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A deal comes with a transition period where we are still effectively an EU member state. The deal on the table is a bag of shite but far far better than no deal.

As long as I can emigrate to Germany in 10 weeks time without having to jump through a billion hoops because our government is a useless shower of f***s then as far as I’m concerned the UK can do what it wants. The brain drain is already well underway. The price for Brexit is measurable in more than just €€€ value and the cultural and educational loss is also catastrophic.

I look forward to voting yes again for Scottish freedom and restoring my EU citizenship that way as it’ll be far quicker than waiting to become a German citizen to restore my rights
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