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19 minutes ago, Lex Luthor said:

The trouble is, as there appears to be no other viable political alternative to voting for Farage to achieve Brexit, it's something that serious Brexiteers simply have to consider, even traditionally left-wingers. 

My point exactly!

 

Those who say a vote for Labour or a vote for the Conservatives is a vote for Brexit are deluded. Any serious supporter of Brexit will either vote Brexit Party, UKIP or BNP. Remainers will make their choice from all the rest.

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Starmer all over the TV today waxing lyrical that the only way to end the deadlock is for another referendum.  See post 3082 around 11 on the list of clowns who are shown telling us all, Brexit is Brexit, there can be no going back. There he is joining in with the rest, "if you vote Brexit, that is it, there is no going back."  Was he telling porkies there, or is he telling porkies now. Not the kind of bloke you would want at your side if you were having a ruck is he.

 

Angel1.

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39 minutes ago, ANGELFIRE1 said:

Starmer all over the TV today waxing lyrical that the only way to end the deadlock is for another referendum. 

Angel1.

What you frightened of? Leave will walk it won't they?

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49 minutes ago, ANGELFIRE1 said:

Starmer all over the TV today waxing lyrical that the only way to end the deadlock is for another referendum.  See post 3082 around 11 on the list of clowns who are shown telling us all, Brexit is Brexit, there can be no going back. There he is joining in with the rest, "if you vote Brexit, that is it, there is no going back."  Was he telling porkies there, or is he telling porkies now. Not the kind of bloke you would want at your side if you were having a ruck is he.

 

Angel1.

LOL, insignificant compared to Farage (and indeed, most Brexiteers):

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/led-by-donkeys-nigel-farage_uk_5cde5733e4b00e035b8d50f2?utm_hp_ref=uk-homepage

 

Funny how quick your faux standards, and dignity, go out the window then eh :hihi:

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"Mr Hancock told the Daily Telegraph it would be a "disaster" to call a general election before the UK had left the EU as "people don't want it". "

 

That's coming from a cabinet minister.  The majority of people do not want it now.  Where is the democracy?

1 hour ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Another articulate Brexiteer shows exactly what they think of democracy.

 

"Chris Bryant MP: 'Traitor' painted on constituency offices"

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-48320619

I have said this before.  The uneducated Brexiteers don't even understand the actual definition of what being a traitor really means.

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2 minutes ago, ez8004 said:

The uneducated Brexiteers don't even understand the actual definition of what being a traitor really means.

The irony of people who were quite happy to let foreign powers interfere in our democracy calling others traitors, does not escape me.

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Isn't democracy about being able to change your mind?

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26 minutes ago, Litotes said:

Isn't democracy about being able to change your mind?

Convincing the majority to change theirs may be your problem.

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26 minutes ago, Litotes said:

Isn't democracy about being able to change your mind?

No you can't, if you get suckered into believing lies and deceit by the worst democratic campaign this country has ever seen and then change your mind when you realise you were duped, then that's it forever, you can never change your mind ever. Unless you are called Nigel, you can then, if it is won on a small margin it would be unfinished business. The little people have to wind their necks in.

 

Welcome to modern UK democracy.  :roll:

10 minutes ago, retep said:

Convincing the majority to change theirs may be your problem.

Dream on.

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1 hour ago, retep said:

Convincing the majority to change theirs may be your problem.

Defining “majority” might be yours

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5 minutes ago, Pettytom said:

Defining “majority” might be yours

Over 50% of the adult population would be a good starting point! 😉

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