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37 minutes ago, baboon said:

Nothing. Not even God coming down from Heaven.

And c dry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

 

And still so many people support Brexit. Might it be related to their limited IQ?

Perhaps it was because they thought the politicians of the day could be trusted to uphold democracy.

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3 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Perhaps it was because they thought the politicians of the day could be trusted to uphold democracy.

He is referring to the now, not to the past as you are.

Thereby you're proving his point.

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1 hour ago, z42 said:

Have to disagree. The people voted in a referendum that was free and fair. Lies were told by all sides in the run up to it.

The ballot paper didn't mention anything about trade deals etc. 

 

What if another referendum happened and leave won again, well then what?

 

You can't blame the voting public because of the mess that politicians and bureaucrats from Europe have created with an unwillingness to negotiate reasonably.

63% did not vote to leave.

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51 minutes ago, wilcopops said:

So even the government believes in "Project Fear"?

What will it take to convince rank and file Brexiteers.

Climbing on the back of a giant albatrsoss and flying thru a crack in the clouds where happieness reigns everafter.

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5 minutes ago, stevenl said:

He is referring to the now, not to the past as you are.

Thereby you're proving his point.

??? i,'ll have a pint of what you,be been drinking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Estrada said:

63% did not vote to leave.

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The peasants  need to be reminded of their place

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25 minutes ago, Estrada said:

63% did not vote to leave.

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And if you didn't turn up to the party you can demand a piece of cake. Your stats are wrong anyway. Under 18s can't vote. It was the biggest turnout ever, promoted once in a generation referendum.

 

This translates for many remainers as lets have another vote because we don't like the result, even if the first referendum hasn't been acted upon.

 

Its called democracy, its your choice to vote.

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Project Fear, Chapter 53. Written by a load of Remain civil servants who are scared of the work involved in a little change.

 

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22 minutes ago, kingdong said:

??? i,'ll have a pint of what you,be been drinking.

It's going to be a dry day for you then.

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43 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

3 years ago people were promised things will be great after Brexit - and 52% voted for Brexit.

Then it became more and more clear:

- there is no easy breakup, it's mayor headache

- there is no easy trade deal (with the EU or anybody else)

- there will be massive short time disruptions

- there will be lots of long time problems, things get more expensive, companies move out, fewer jobs, etc.

One would think that the people who believed 3 years ago that things will get better should by now know that that is not the case. There is no upside of Brexit. Or if there is one nobody discovered it yet.

And still so many people support Brexit. Might it be related to their limited IQ?

How cheap and predictable trying to link iQ with having a democratic vote and opinion in life. May it be that they have more confidence, believe and are fed up with being a cash cow for the EU with freeloaders taking advantage.

 

Or that they are fed up with the federalisation of Europe. Also they have greater vision. To say there is no upside to leaving the EU (Brexit) shows hows limited your IQ is. How do the USA. China, India Australia, Japan, and all the others cope with not being in the EU.

 

Please don't say you have university degree so that makes me more intelligent. It has been done to death and proven to be like your argument here, worthless.

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3 minutes ago, stevenl said:

It's going to be a dry day for you 

Good,would also like to state i,m not into drug abuse either

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1 hour ago, z42 said:

Have to disagree. The people voted in a referendum that was free and fair. Lies were told by all sides in the run up to it.

The ballot paper didn't mention anything about trade deals etc. 

 

What if another referendum happened and leave won again, well then what?

 

You can't blame the voting public because of the mess that politicians and bureaucrats from Europe have created with an unwillingness to negotiate reasonably.

The leave campaign mentioned plenty about trade deals, "Easiest trade deals ever". Lies were told by both sides?

 

Remain: "A possibility of a no deal Brexit, leaving the economy in dire straights." What is Boris pushing for? What does the governments own Yellowhammer document say about a no deal Brexit?

 

"Negotiations with the EU won't be easy, they hold all the cards and want to set an example of us" Only deal on the table? May's deal, which Brexiteers refer to as BRINO. Chances of an improved deal? Zero.

 

All of this was labeled as "Project Fear" by the leave campaign, now quite obviously "Project Reality".

 

The lies were primaryly disseminated by the leave campaigns, with Dominic Cummings' mantra, "If you repeat a lie often enough people will believe it." Sure worked on the gullible, living proof provided by several posters on this forum.

 

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7 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

How cheap and predictable trying to link iQ with having a democratic vote and opinion in life. May it be that they have more confidence, believe and are fed up with being a cash cow for the EU with freeloaders taking advantage.

 

Or that they are fed up with the federalisation of Europe. Also they have greater vision. To say there is no upside to leaving the EU (Brexit) shows hows limited your IQ is. How do the USA. China, India Australia, Japan, and all the others cope with not being in the EU.

 

Please don't say you have university degree so that makes me more intelligent. It has been done to death and proven to be like your argument here, worthless.

A very good intelligent post,wish I had your patience in trying to reason with a remainer well good luck and i,'ll carry on trying to teach my chimpanzee to play the piano.

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13 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

How cheap and predictable trying to link iQ with having a democratic vote and opinion in life. May it be that they have more confidence, believe and are fed up with being a cash cow for the EU with freeloaders taking advantage.

 

Or that they are fed up with the federalisation of Europe. Also they have greater vision. To say there is no upside to leaving the EU (Brexit) shows hows limited your IQ is. How do the USA. China, India Australia, Japan, and all the others cope with not being in the EU.

 

Please don't say you have university degree so that makes me more intelligent. It has been done to death and proven to be like your argument here, worthless.

Worthless, no, it has been proven correct.

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