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15 minutes ago, kingdong said:

I think I made initial reference to it being a far right thing wether dc was being sarcastic in its usage in a speech on how patriotic " remain " are who knows,just because it's been hijacked by the extreme right,do.'es not make it racist.

And it doesn't illigitamise my use of the phrase. It means in a general context, "We're British, we don't run from a fight". Same as other phrases I used, such as "Better to stay and fight, than run and hide" and "It's better to be inside the tent, peeing out than outside the tent peeing in".

 

All used to illustrate that it's remainers who are the real patriots and can hold their heads up and call themselves British, whereas Brexiteers are the cowards who run away from a fight.

 

Better to stay in the EU and fight for our rights than to run away from the EU and abrogate the rights that we have already won.

 

Maggie Thatcher would be thoroughly ashamed of you spineless Brexiteers.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

So for Brexiters I see two options: Maybe they are average intelligent and it takes them a little longer to understand that the politicians lied to them and promised the impossible. Or maybe they are just plain stupid and don't realize the problems, even if they are presented to them. 

Did you believe the predictions that were made about voting to leave? Not actually leaving, voting to leave. Tell the truth, did you believe them?

 

Because those predictions have now been proved completely wrong. We now see the reality that have proved those predictions to be factually wrong. So using your logic, the people who made them were stupid. And if you believed them you are also stupid. These are for the most part the same people predicting armageddon when we actually leave. So why should we believe them? 

 

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/09/brexit-is-already-changing-the-british-economy-for-the-better/

 

 

 

 

 

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All big BS; wondering who will provide the EU with consumer goods like beers, "after eight chocolates" etc. and the European car scene is interwoven in such a way, that neither the UK nor the EU business society wants Brussels to touch anything. 

EU is losing power and lots of steam - and they dont like it. Likewise some UK politicians see their prewarmed little seats gone once UK is out of the EU - and their own personal welfare and well-being is above anything else 😉 
 

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1 minute ago, Sydebolle said:

All big BS; wondering who will provide the EU with consumer goods like beers, "after eight chocolates" etc. and the European car scene is interwoven in such a way, that neither the UK nor the EU business society wants Brussels to touch anything. 

EU is losing power and lots of steam - and they dont like it. Likewise some UK politicians see their prewarmed little seats gone once UK is out of the EU - and their own personal welfare and well-being is above anything else 😉 
 

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So...project fear then?

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If this had been produced by a 'bunch of renegade remainers' it would have been immediately labelled 'project fear'. But it's not! Just how scary can this get?

 

What a mess this government has got my country into.

 

Bring on the second referendum quickly, before the riots start!

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1 minute ago, wilcopops said:

It appears faced with reality Brexiteers get even more desperate and entrenched.

When Brexit finally fails, what will they do?

What reality? It's a prediction. 

 

Here is reality. 

 

https://www.sharecast.com/news/news-and-announcements--/recession-fears-ease-as-uk-gdp-beats-expectations-in-july--7003393.html

 

We did fine after a vote to leave, despite the doomsday predictions. We've done fine through 3 years of uncertainty caused by Remaniacs being unable to accept the result of the democratic vote. We'll do fine after we leave.

 

Project Fear is failing. It seems Brexiteers are smarter than you think, certainly smart enough to see through all the lies and doomsday predictions.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Moonlover said:

If this had been produced by a 'bunch of renegade remainers' it would have been immediately labelled 'project fear'. But it's not! Just how scary can this get?

Not scary at all. Project Yellowsnow was produced by a Pro Remain civil service. No need to get hysterical. 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, JonnyF said:

What reality? It's a prediction. 

 

Here is reality. 

 

https://www.sharecast.com/news/news-and-announcements--/recession-fears-ease-as-uk-gdp-beats-expectations-in-july--7003393.html

 

We did fine after a vote to leave, despite the doomsday predictions. We've done fine through 3 years of uncertainty caused by Remaniacs being unable to accept the result of the democratic vote. We'll do fine after we leave.

 

Project Fear is failing. It seems Brexiteers are smarter than you think, certainly smart enough to see through all the lies and doomsday predictions.

 

 

I didn't do fine since the referendum, quite the opposite. With sterling tanking over the last few years Brexit has resulted in me 'watching my pennies'.  And I expect so do many other retirees. 

 

And for god's sake, read what democracy is in relation to the UK. A bunch of leavers demanding the government and those who voted remain heed the referendum vote is hardly democratic - BECAUSE only parliament can DECIDE what's best for Britain.

 

However, it is clear that Brexit must be resolved sooner rather than later, but NOT by invoking a 'no-deal' to achieve that. IMO, a compromise deal must be the best agreed action MPs could take. It won't be what's best for Britain but it's not the worst - whether any government could manage the repercussions, from what I've experienced, is debatable.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours 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!

That's because you never actually prove zip. So a pauper you must stay. 

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