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9 hours ago, luckyluke said:

52% is mathematically higher than 48.

 

In a case of a nation the government is aware that nearly the 1/2 of its population has a different opinion than the other 1/2, and that this may eventually create hard confrontation between their citizens. 

 

While the majority has to been respected, the government can not simply ignore the 48%.

 

One way is to prove the 48, that the 52 were right. 

 

Not evident so far, the 48 still blaming the 52, the 52 blaming the E.U..

 

Real tangible facts are necessary.

 

The lack of the supermajority, the ignoring of the 40% and the decision to go for the most extreme brexit possible are why this thing has driven a coach and horses the social fabric of the country.

 

Whatever happens things will never be the same again and I'm rather sad the UK I came from has died.

 

Imposing  the tyranny of the majority on a population will always cause seething descent and may work for a whille, but represion often ends in decent and sometimes terrorism.

 

Just supposing  the conservatives had won an election and -

 

stopped all forms of social security

reduced takes on the highest paid to 10%

Made the NHS pay as you go.

abolished minimum wages.

 

Or Labour won and the decided to 

 

Nationalize all private houses without compensation and  allocate them to the poor

tax people who earn more than 60,000 at 90%

make public transport free, but tax private cars at £2000 per year  

take into public ownership all the banks and financial companies 

 

Now in either  case half the country is going to be unhappy - why should it be any different with brexit ?

 

    

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33 minutes ago, Krataiboy said:

Are you listening, Remainers? 

Of course they aren't...…..it's a question of religion.

The UK has a surplus and unemployment is it's lowest in 40 odd years. The Government has reduced the deficit considerably and our banks recently passed rigid stress testing.

Many countries in the EU are either in or moving toward recession.

The EU is collapsing under public debt.

The Euro has a serious survival problem.

Water levels in the Rhine are at an all time low.😁

Germany and France being run by the most over rated politician of recent times and a Pound Shop Napoleon

And Remainers want to stay in; it's a strange strategy. 

 

The biggest worry for the EU now is for the UK to stay in the Union and bring the Brexit fight to the May European elections.

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4 minutes ago, tebee said:

 

The lack of the supermajority, the ignoring of the 40% and the decision to go for the most extreme brexit possible are why this thing has driven a coach and horses the social fabric of the country.

 

Whatever happens things will never be the same again and I'm rather sad the UK I came from has died.

 

Imposing  the tyranny of the majority on a population will always cause seething descent and may work for a whille, but represion often ends in decent and sometimes terrorism.

 

Just supposing  the conservatives had won an election and -

 

stopped all forms of social security

reduced takes on the highest paid to 10%

Made the NHS pay as you go.

abolished minimum wages.

 

Or Labour won and the decided to 

 

Nationalize all private houses without compensation and  allocate them to the poor

tax people who earn more than 60,000 at 90%

make public transport free, but tax private cars at £2000 per year  

take into public ownership all the banks and financial companies 

 

Now in either  case half the country is going to be unhappy - why should it be any different with brexit ?

 

    

Teebee, dear boy, had the vote gone 66/33 you would still be expounding the same nonsense that it's unfair that a third of the country should be unhappy. It's what people do when they don't accept reality.

It is what it is

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13 minutes ago, aright said:

Teebee, dear boy, had the vote gone 66/33 you would still be expounding the same nonsense that it's unfair that a third of the country should be unhappy. It's what people do when they don't accept reality.

It is what it is

So what happened to the great British tradition of compromise?

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aright, your right.  The EU is an ideology, and as such will

not accept criticism or reason.  They have ignored the fact

that the unrest in Europe is a symptom of a collapsing empire.

A large enough rising of the people must take the opportunity

to seize the central banks for the people.

BoE must be the prime target here..

They are the main cause of all inequality.

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2 hours ago, aright said:

Not as obsessed and masochistic as you are with pedantic text!

😩  I'm finished😁   

I got so fed up with samran and his boring texts that I put him on to my ignore list today.

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4 minutes ago, tebee said:

So what happened to the great British tradition of compromise?

Are you referring to the deal were two people get what neither one of them wanted.

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4 minutes ago, talahtnut said:

aright, your right.  The EU is an ideology, and as such will

not accept criticism or reason.  They have ignored the fact

that the unrest in Europe is a symptom of a collapsing empire.

A large enough rising of the people must take the opportunity

to seize the central banks for the people.

BoE must be the prime target here..

They are the main cause of all inequality.

But brexit is far more of an ideology too.

 

and one that is not surviving very well after it's first contact with reality !

 

reality must be wrong !

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46 minutes ago, billd766 said:

I got so fed up with samran and his boring texts that I put him on to my ignore list today.

Sorry I was such a bore. I’ll let you get back to talking about your bananas. 

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1 hour ago, tebee said:

So what happened to the great British tradition of compromise?

 

after all my years on the multilateral scene, I cannot recognise compromise as a British treat,

same goes for France

 

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24 minutes ago, Krataiboy said:

Full marks for a vivid imagination. Now use it to consider the possibility that the Remainer PM and her Remainer fellow negotiators are in cahoots with their EU opposite numbers to keep us in servitude to the sclerotic, failed European superstate.

 

It is always good to weigh 2 alternatives. Everything about the EU is shitty. Although the UK actively participated and formed the EU over 40 years what is the EU today.

 

Analog, you buy a dog together. The dog poops into the room. Now suddenly it is no longer the common dog.

 

Given. The constant moaning and crying is destructive  So where is the most intelligent alternative in our globalized world, giving the inhabitants a better and meaningful life?

 

Brexit? Since over 2 years I have not heard / read a single, comprehensible concept / plan. So far, Brexit is a meatless idea without concrete content.

 

On the contrary. Many people are affected by the idiotic idea. Few, very few may be have an advantage, but the majority will have to deal with significant deterioration.

 

What advantage does every inhabitant of the UK have personally, quite specifically from Brexit?

 

And please no phrases like, we get back the control or our sovereignty.

 

 

 

 

 

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