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10 hours ago, Loiner said:

 

 Whereas Leavers needed no coaching on the ills of the EU, because we’ve known it for years.

Amazing that you come up with all the same lines with such regularity given you are such independent thinkers.

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On 10/9/2019 at 5:25 PM, brucec64 said:

If the UK had gone with a "double majority" for the referendum, they wouldn't have gotten into this mess in the first place.

what the hell is a double majority, does that mean what i think it means, ie stack the odd of getting the result you want

 

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34 minutes ago, mercman24 said:

the EU have tried every underhand means to keep us in, this dictatorship, these clowns in charge are not ven heads of countries. there are many countries who share a border with a EU country with no problems at all, they are just making all this <deleted> up. but they answer to no one even to explain why this now seems to be a big issue, check out google and see. the border countries, you will be surprised.

No, they haven't. They sat with the then PM and her negotiating team and agreed an exit deal. You may (no pun intended) be deluding yourself to the contrary but don't expect us to all fall in line behind you. 

 

There is no dictatorship, just an elected parliament, you seem to be unable or most likely unwilling to distinguish between the two. Stop it with your project fear language, it just shows that your argument has no substance.

 

Which of the bordering countries have a fairly recent history of decades of near civil war along the lines of Northern Ireland? If there are none then your point is moot as they could hardly be considered sensible or relevant comparisons.

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what the hell are you on about, reading it again it seems you misunderstood my posting i was refering to the EU as the dictators, no project fear from me i am OUT

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10 hours ago, Blue Muton said:

It is staggering almost beyond belief that Leavers use the term "project fear" when discussing the EU, when those same leavers continually use wholly inapropriate and unjust language in discussions around the EU and its relationship with the UK.

 

There is no "forcing" by the EU for the UK to either leave or remain, to suggest otherwise is nonsense.

 

"protectionist racket"? Nonsense, groundless, childish.

 

"nounou state"? There is no EU State, rather a collection of individual member States, as for the "nounou" or "nanny" nonsense I guess this is some absurd, twisted reference to the many positive contributions made by the EU to protect human rights, consumer rights and employment rights, which have benefited many millions of its citizens.

Great post and ain't that the god given truth - Leavers Look on and Learn an adult is in the room. 

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Amazing that you come up with all the same lines with such regularity given you are such independent thinkers.


We’ve been learning them for 40+ years through experience.
We didn’t need Remainer Central to tell us from the Project Fear play book and other assorted subversion manuals.

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"If you cant see you have been lied to then I cant help you."
 
And this is precisely why you misunderstand.
 
You believe everything you're told by the media you follow, whilst some of us are less easily manipulated by MSM.
That's right. Lunatic websites much better.

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6 hours ago, Loiner said:

 


Unlike all you greedy and selfish Remainers, moaning and wailing about the exchange rate, it’s not personal for me at all. For myself and most other Leavers, it’s all about what’s best for the UK and 66million others for the future. That’s not to be found in continued EU membership.

 

And just who are you to decide that ?

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Flame insulting people with a different view to his removed, along with quoted response.

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Remainers will be happy that the eu is absolutely determined that they are not going to negotiate in the slightest degree 😁.....

 

Of course they always were - and it was always obvious that it would be a slightly fudged version of the May/EU 'deal' - and at the last minute....

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On 10/10/2019 at 4:09 PM, puipuitom said:

Then, 

5 June 1975
Results
  Votes %
14px-Yes_check.svg.png Yes 17,378,581 67.23%
14px-X_mark.svg.png No 8,470,073 32.77%
Valid votes 25,848,654 99.79%
Invalid or blank votes 54,540 0.21%
Total votes 25,903,194 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 40,086,677 64.62%

Then most voted for longer holidays, what they eventually got was an anti democratic EU superstate interfering in every aspect of their lives. In 2016 we voted to get rid of that bureaucratic tyranny to get our country back and we still have the longer holidays!

Edited by Orton Rd

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