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UK's worst-case no-deal Brexit plan warns of food shortages, public disorder

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23 minutes ago, Laughing Gravy said:

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.

This democracy you refer to, it’s a process and it’s in process.

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6 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

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.

 

You hum it, i,'ll play it

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6 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

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.

 

I think quoting a quote from the biggest liar in history, Hitler is hardly going to warm posters to your thinking.😂😂😂

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6 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

This democracy you refer to, it’s a process and it’s in process.

what? Mob rule?

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2 minutes ago, kingdong said:

You him it, i,'ll play it

If I had a £ for every time I've posted a repost to Brexiteer nonsense, proving it wrong and recieved a reply of one line of rhetorical garbage (misspelt and devoid of any of the rules of grammar), only proving that they have no answer to my argument, I'd be a rich man!

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10 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

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.

Doesn't seem to be working for Remainers. Most people just roll their eyes when we hear the same old nonsense about medical shortages, house price crashes blah blah blah. Nobody believes you. You were wrong about the effect of a vote to leave and you will be proved wrong when we actually leave. Project Fear is failing, get some new material.

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4 minutes ago, vogie said:

I think quoting a quote from the biggest liar in history, Hitler is hardly going to warm posters to your thinking.😂😂😂

It was Dominic Cummings that quoted from him not me.

 

See my post #33

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3 minutes ago, JonnyF said:

Doesn't seem to be working for Remainers. Most people just roll their eyes when we hear the same old nonsense about medical shortages, house price crashes blah blah blah. Nobody believes you. You were wrong about the effect of a vote to leave and you will be proved wrong when we actually leave. Project Fear is failing, get some new material.

Is Johnson and his government lying too?

Read the Yellowhammer document and get back to me 🙂

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11 minutes ago, vogie said:

I think quoting a quote from the biggest liar in history, Hitler is hardly going to warm posters to your thinking.😂😂😂

Like "these colours don,t run" saw it ( the tattoo ) on a football hooligans arm,on the other side the artwork boasted " there ain't go black in the union jack"

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1 minute ago, JonnyF said:

Doesn't seem to be working for Remainers. Most people just roll their eyes when we hear the same old nonsense about medical shortages, house price crashes blah blah blah. Nobody believes you. You were wrong about the effect of a vote to leave and you will be proved wrong when we actually leave. Project Fear is failing, get some new material.

"We" being Brexiteers who fell for the propoganda of Dominic Cummings. Only the gullible fell for his "Project Fear" campaign, only the gullible still fall for it. Most of us refer to the Yellowhammer document, the Governor of the BoE, heads of industry and leading economists to judge what life will be like after a no deal Brexit. You rely on a weasly little toerag who has mugged you off big time for your "facts".

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3 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Like "these colours don,t run" saw it ( the tattoo ) on a football hooligans arm,on the other side the artwork boasted " there ain't go black in the union jack"

"These colours don't run" first appeared as a bumper sticker in the US as a response to the 9/11 atrocity.

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9 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

If I had a £ for every time I've posted a repost to Brexiteer nonsense, proving it wrong and recieved a reply of one line of rhetorical garbage (misspelt and devoid of any of the rules of grammar), only proving that they have no answer to my argument, I'd be a rich man!

3 times I tried to state you him it 4 times and the 2 bob tab keeps misspelling it

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Just now, DannyCarlton said:

"These colours don't run" first appeared as a bumper sticker in the US as a response to the 9/11 atrocity.

Did it? Seemed to get quickly hijacked by the British extreme right.

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2 minutes ago, kingdong said:

3 times I tried to state you him it 4 times and the 2 bob tab keeps misspelling it

Translation please.

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2 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

"These colours don't run" first appeared as a bumper sticker in the US as a response to the 9/11 atrocity.

Mate I remember fellow soldiers wearing T shirts with that on it in the 80's.

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