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4 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

 

If your going to quote me can you please ensure that don't misquote as clearly no one has threated anyone with Lynching I have noticed a number of your posts have been removed by the Mods i can understand why now

Ok withdraw the personal 'lynching' accusation - but there seemed to be a sense of satisfaction that violence towards remainers is justified outside of the metropolitan liberal SE to my mind as there was no disapproval appended to your observation that remainers might receive a violent response. Truly in Tommy Robinson territory there if that was the case. Banned 3 times so far .....

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4 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Ok withdraw the personal 'lynching' accusation - but there seemed to be a sense of satisfaction that violence towards remainers is justified outside of the metropolitan liberal SE to my mind as there was no disapproval appended to your observation that remainers might receive a violent response. Truly in Tommy Robinson territory there if that was the case. Banned 3 times so far .....

Is that the same Tommy Robinson who got attacked by Remainers ?

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28 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

No Chance and have you noticed people vote march never goes outside London are they concerned they would get lynched

 

8 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

Ok withdraw the personal 'lynching' accusation - but there seemed to be a sense of satisfaction that violence towards remainers is justified outside of the metropolitan liberal SE to my mind as there was no disapproval appended to your observation that remainers might receive a violent response. Truly in Tommy Robinson territory there if that was the case. Banned 3 times so far .....

Its impossible to find anywhere in my post any sense of satisfaction towards remainers in reference to violence

And I see a typical Liberal reply when they have dug themselves into a hole they then play the Tommy Robinson Joker Card to try and dig themselves out

 

 

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16 minutes ago, vinny41 said:

 

Its impossible to find anywhere in my post any sense of satisfaction towards remainers 

And I see a typical Liberal reply when they have dug themselves into a hole they then play the Tommy Robinson Joker Card to try and dig themselves out

 

 

M'lud - the defence infers that the seemingly snidey 'have you noticed' in my humble opinion appears as an aside to then reference that violence or the fear of violence dissuades Remainers from taking their message out of 'safe leave areas' for fear that they would be lynched  - a truly violent and summary justice often meted out to blacks in the deep south of US during the 19th and 20th centuries and truly violent and nasty brutish form of mob justice. The defendants lack of condemnation of such a violent outcome could lead a reasonable person to make the assumption that the writer finds humour and/or a sense of satisfaction that such a fear in the minds or remainers exists whether real or imagined and it is that fact that makes the statement such a violent one. Though artfully constructed so as to appear as a throwaway almost irrelevant observation and not one the writer actually believes. 

 

 I will say no more about syntax and grammar though I would like to make you aware that JRM would be much harsher than myself. 

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56 minutes ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

M'lud - the defence infers that the seemingly snidey 'have you noticed' in my humble opinion appears as an aside to then reference that violence or the fear of violence dissuades Remainers from taking their message out of 'safe leave areas' for fear that they would be lynched  - a truly violent and summary justice often meted out to blacks in the deep south of US during the 19th and 20th centuries and truly violent and nasty brutish form of mob justice. The defendants lack of condemnation of such a violent outcome could lead a reasonable person to make the assumption that the writer finds humour and/or a sense of satisfaction that such a fear in the minds or remainers exists whether real or imagined and it is that fact that makes the statement such a violent one. Though artfully constructed so as to appear as a throwaway almost irrelevant observation and not one the writer actually believes. 

 

 I will say no more about syntax and grammar though I would like to make you aware that JRM would be much harsher than myself. 

When you were unable to extract yourself from the hole that you dug for your self you turn to play the grammar police card.

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On 10/11/2019 at 3:10 AM, englishoak said:

 

Very possibly, if the DUP back it which it seems they would then its much more likely to pass if put to Parliament... the devil though will be in the other details such as the ECJ, fisheries, ability to make own trade deals etc 

And the DUP are now damned if they support Johnson's deal, damned if they don't .

 

Truly Brexit is cursed - it will destroy all that embrace it .

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/oct/12/dup-options-johnson-eu-deal-reject-or-endorse-dilemma

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9 hours ago, sanemax said:

No threats  were made and I also dont think that the term "lynched" was meant in a literal way 

Fear of lynching is what's keeping that infernal wee wumman Nicola Sturgeon and those of that ilk north of Hadrian's from even thinking about walking to London.

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