Brexit and the far right
Started by Chris Mitchell, 1st April 2019 23:32 in News & Current Affairs

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    Bill. MC
    I don't recall any memory of a referendum on that. Please enlighten me.
    I've already explained this point. Our democratically elected Parliament voted to go to war. Did we have a referendum on the Falklands war? Did you support that war?
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    The Brexiteers all said that a trade deal with the EU would be the "easiest thing in history"

    No they didn't, stop making it up as you go along.

    Most of the public who voted to leave don't want a deal, they want wto.

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    Lord Ponsonby
    The Brexiteers all said that a trade deal with the EU would be the "easiest thing in history"

    No they didn't, stop making it up as you go along.
    Read the fucking link, wanker.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-406...-human-history

    Most of the public who voted to leave don't want a deal, they want wto.
    And you know this how, exactly?
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    Plutonium
    Read the fucking link, wanker.
    See, I can say that because I don't believe that the argument is lost because someone chooses to be abusive to a dickhead.

    You, however, apparently do, so are you now saying you've lost this argument?

    I ask merely for information. There is no argument to lose, Lord P is just trolling, as he always does, but I guess you won't have noticed that.

    I a minute, he'll probably say he isn't, and you'll accept that as proof that he isn't.
    Please note that any abuse in this post is both intentional and deserved.

    Anyone that feels the need to further point out that it contains abuse is clearly a total fucking moron who's also insulting YOUR intelligence by pointing out the bleeding obvious as if you were too fucking dumb to notice it.

    This has been a public service annoncement by Fork Me. Have a nice fucking day.

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    Plutonium
    Read the fucking link, wanker.
    Another argument lost. Oh dear.

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    Plutonium
    And you know this how, exactly?
    Click Here

    HTH.

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    Lord Ponsonby
    Most of the public who voted to leave don't want a deal, they want wto.
    I won't presume to speak for "most" who voted the same way I did, but for me the above is essentially correct. I expected that trade deals, or the lack of them, with the EU and/or with individual countries would be matters of normal parliamentary business, not pre-imposed conditions of being allowed to Leave. ALL the main parties told us they would abide by the majority decision. They lied, obviously. They don't give a shit what the majority wants, they are determined to make sure our colony status persists forver and it's not going to happen. We will Leave, and when we do it is my fervent hope that when the traitors are removed from office at the next general election, the first order of business for the new government will be to reintroduce the death penalty for treason and hang the bloody lot of them.
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    WTO is a deal, or so the leavers keep telling us. So if they voted for no deal then they obviously didm't have a clue what they were voting for as I don't think no deal even exists.
    Corbyn, Corbyn, Corbyn, Corbyn!!!

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    wishingwell
    WTO is a deal, or so the leavers keep telling us. So if they voted for no deal then they obviously didm't have a clue what they were voting for as I don't think no deal even exists.
    The public have never voted for any sort of deal.

    Hth
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    WTO is a deal, or so the leavers keep telling us. So if they voted for no deal then they obviously didm't have a clue what they were voting for as I don't think no deal even exists.
    Even by your ridiculously silly standards, that was a ridiculously silly post.
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