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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #120 on: 10 July 2018, 18:57:55 »

Are you stoned/drunk/insane/had a bump on the head? * :o

*delete as applicable.
I think you'll find a sizeable part of the electorate will be voting for him if there is an election. That's why we have them, you see, so that people who have different views to yours can make those views known.
I remember on here the days before the brexit vote.....anyone who voted to leave was stoned/drunk/insane, but we know what happened there.

Actually STEMO I remember as a remainer that I was considered all of the above and more!  Funny how we all have a different perception of things! ;D ;D ;)
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #121 on: 10 July 2018, 19:03:25 »

Yeah the Corbyn / IRA link has been very well promoted by the Stasi completely unbiased BBC.  Estimates of between 3095 and 30,000 killed by Pinochet, didn't stop Thatcher sticking her nose up his a*se, 
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #122 on: 10 July 2018, 19:09:45 »

Are you stoned/drunk/insane/had a bump on the head? * :o

*delete as applicable.
I think you'll find a sizeable part of the electorate will be voting for him if there is an election. That's why we have them, you see, so that people who have different views to yours can make those views known.
I remember on here the days before the brexit vote.....anyone who voted to leave was stoned/drunk/insane, but we know what happened there.

Actually STEMO I remember as a remainer that I was considered all of the above and more!  Funny how we all have a different perception of things! ;D ;D ;)

Yep...it was the remainers like Lizzie and myself who were considered unhinged. I would say about 80% of OOF voted to leave. Having said that I have never been a fan of the EU. It is deeply flawed. It just seemed to me that to remain was the 'least worst' option.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #123 on: 10 July 2018, 19:14:09 »

Now we are leaving I would prefer we leave 'properly'.......none of this soft brexit crap. That isn't leaving at all. :-\

We have this dilemma. We want to leave but seem intent on clinging to the EU because it's a big bad world out there.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #124 on: 10 July 2018, 19:14:48 »

His own words and his own deeds. Nothing to do with bias.
Pinochet aside, this was supporting the slaughter and maiming of British men , women, children, soldiers, police etc etc within the UK for 30 years. He even invited the IRA leadership to the commons as his personal guests, weeks after they had attmpted to murder the whole elected British Govt.
In his simple world view, anyone who is left wing, anti capitalist, anti West, anti U.S. or anti U.K is someone he can call a friend.
I truly cannot understand how any British person could vote for him and his gang.
Btwe, Ive never voted Tory in my life.

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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #125 on: 10 July 2018, 19:26:13 »

His own words and his own deeds. Nothing to do with bias.
Pinochet aside, this was supporting the slaughter and maiming of British men , women, children, soldiers, police etc etc within the UK for 30 years. He even invited the IRA leadership to the commons as his personal guests, weeks after they had attmpted to murder the whole elected British Govt.
In his simple world view, anyone who is left wing, anti capitalist, anti West, anti U.S. or anti U.K is someone he can call a friend.
I truly cannot understand how any British person could vote for him and his gang.
Btwe, Ive never voted Tory in my life.

Neither have I.

I would also have some difficulty voting for old Jezza.

He seems to represent the past rather than the future. It would be 1977 forever if he became PM. :D
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #126 on: 10 July 2018, 19:34:10 »

Are you stoned/drunk/insane/had a bump on the head? * :o

*delete as applicable.
I think you'll find a sizeable part of the electorate will be voting for him if there is an election. That's why we have them, you see, so that people who have different views to yours can make those views known.
I remember on here the days before the brexit vote.....anyone who voted to leave was stoned/drunk/insane, but we know what happened there.

Actually STEMO I remember as a remainer that I was considered all of the above and more!  Funny how we all have a different perception of things! ;D ;D ;)
Yes, I meant remain, sorry.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #127 on: 10 July 2018, 19:37:32 »

Are you stoned/drunk/insane/had a bump on the head? * :o

*delete as applicable.
I think you'll find a sizeable part of the electorate will be voting for him if there is an election. That's why we have them, you see, so that people who have different views to yours can make those views known.
I remember on here the days before the brexit vote.....anyone who voted to leave was stoned/drunk/insane, but we know what happened there.

Actually STEMO I remember as a remainer that I was considered all of the above and more!  Funny how we all have a different perception of things! ;D ;D ;)
Yes, I meant remain, sorry.

You are elderly and confused. Of course you are forgiven. :)
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #128 on: 10 July 2018, 21:24:40 »

Now we are leaving I would prefer we leave 'properly'.......none of this soft brexit crap. That isn't leaving at all. :-\

We have this dilemma. We want to leave but seem intent on clinging to the EU because it's a big bad world out there.

I think that Boris Johnson summed it up in his resignation letter saying that the dream is dying, suffocated by needless self doubt.   :(
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #129 on: 10 July 2018, 22:01:08 »

I think that Boris Johnson summed it up in his resignation letter saying that the dream is dying, suffocated by needless self doubt.   :(


He was one of the leading leave campaigners, in a senior government position. And yet the first we hear of his dissatisfaction with the process is his resignation.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #130 on: 10 July 2018, 22:29:26 »

Gagged from speaking out by the position. Now unencumbered, he is as free as us to speak out...

Unless that was your sarcastic face ::)
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #131 on: 10 July 2018, 22:38:47 »

I think that Boris Johnson summed it up in his resignation letter saying that the dream is dying, suffocated by needless self doubt.   :(


He was one of the leading leave campaigners, in a senior government position. And yet the first we hear of his dissatisfaction with the process is his resignation.

Where have you been?  ???

Boris was probably the most outspoken Minister in favour of BREXIT over the last couple of years. ::)
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #132 on: 10 July 2018, 23:46:01 »

I think that Boris Johnson summed it up in his resignation letter saying that the dream is dying, suffocated by needless self doubt.   :(


He was one of the leading leave campaigners, in a senior government position. And yet the first we hear of his dissatisfaction with the process is his resignation.

Where have you been?  ???

Boris was probably the most outspoken Minister in favour of BREXIT over the last couple of years. ::)
. Err thatís what he said??
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #133 on: 11 July 2018, 09:02:04 »

I think you'll find a sizeable part of the electorate will be voting for him if there is an election.

I know people who are positively wetting themselves in anticipation of being able to vote him in - good union members and young people in low paid jobs who believe he will be their saviour, mostly.
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Re: Brexit Friday.
« Reply #134 on: 11 July 2018, 10:30:05 »

I know people who are positively wetting themselves in anticipation of being able to vote him in - good union members and young people in low paid jobs who believe he will be their saviour, mostly.

For young ppl, its quite hard to argue with tbh.

Since 2009 (so practically living memory for the 18-25 yo's), their benefits have been cut, as have funds to help access to education, housing benefit vs rent, the rise zero hrs contracts meaning a lack of secure employment, but meanwhile support for the benefits which most benefit the older generations (triple lock on pensions, tax breaks for the wealthy) have stayed firmly in place.

I'm not saying Corbyn is the answer, or even the better alternative. But from their p.o.v. any port in a storm.  ::)
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