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B-MAN Posted on 08/10/2019 20:05
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Has anyone else seen their tweets? I’d say it’s unbelievable, but it isn’t. I’d say I’m shocked, but I’m not.
Utterly pathetic
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Small_town Posted on 08/10/2019 20:09
Edited On: 09/10/2019 08:12
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shocking but, as you say, entirely expected.
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Fuchs_ache Posted on 08/10/2019 20:14

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Unexpected?? 🤔
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deganya Posted on 08/10/2019 20:18

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"Brits back leaving WITHOUT a deal on October 31 if Brussels won't budge. We voted to leave, not for a deal. So let's get on with it"

There's video evidence of Farage, Gove,Johnson and Hannon all stating we would have a Norway style exit. I guess only a few million leavers believed that, and voted accordingly.

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TrappaTony Posted on 08/10/2019 20:20

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Vile extremists backed by Bannon and the alt right in the USA. These pseudo patriots will prove ruinous for this country which will delight our real enemy in the Kremlin.
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inter_me_nan Posted on 08/10/2019 20:23

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Doesn't do much to detract from the little- England John Bull racists Brexiteers have been painted as by Remainers. If Banks and his acolytes' aim was to appeal to lowest common denominator neanderthals, they couldn't have gone much further unless they'd painted a 'tasch on Merkel and put a map of the Sudentanland in the background.
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uncle_rico Posted on 08/10/2019 20:33

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As a Leave voter I find their most recent one very bad taste and very unhelpful.

It’s only going to get worse over the next 3 weeks from both sides,
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Adi_Dem Posted on 08/10/2019 20:40

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Both sides? Another belter.
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Unbelievable_jeff Posted on 08/10/2019 20:45

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Whats embarrassing is the behaviour of parliament for the last 3 years. Feathering their own nests.
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Adi_Dem Posted on 08/10/2019 20:47

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Blame the EU, blame Parliament, blame the Remoaners. Just don't ever blame the spivs and charlatans actually responsible.
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kuepper Posted on 08/10/2019 21:16
Edited On: 08/10/2019 21:27
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This is what Brexit has revealed this country to be like, lots of racism and jingoism that's obviously been lying dormant and proving we just haven't grown up

'WE' certainly didn't win 2 world wars on our own anyway (Thank you USSR and USA and the Commonwealth and the resistance movements in occupied Europe in particular)but we certainly didn't win 2 world wars to be pushed around by a blond dictator and his fascist mates

Link: Churchill
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WoodallServices Posted on 08/10/2019 23:59

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Fake news.[:D]
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Rayman Posted on 09/10/2019 00:09

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Just had a little search! Wow! They really are out there aren’t they? Are they the ones sponsored by Russia?
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expat_smoggie Posted on 09/10/2019 00:28

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Just leave and see what happens down the road— I seriously doubt it’ll be that bad. Moreover, I just think that the EU is running out of steam — the price of membership is going up ever year with no end in site, and like any membership scheme you should be free to end your contract whenever you like. There shouldn’t be any divorce scenario only a thank-you note for the years continual contribution to a scheme that has gotten away from its original concept and philosophy. Good bye EU.
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borolad87 Posted on 09/10/2019 00:46

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Since 2015 our contributions have either decreased or stayed the same. No idea where you’re getting this ‘year on year rise from’, maybe look into it properly instead of reading the mail or twitter
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TrappaTony Posted on 09/10/2019 00:49

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Just leave and see what happens down the road— I seriously doubt it’ll be that bad. Moreover, I just think that the EU is running out of steam —

It won't be down the road it will be over the cliff. The demise of the EU has been predicted since the world wide banking crisis of 2008 and especially with the Greece economic collapse. Then it was the rise of the populist, right wing parties that would destroy the EU project. Even they realise that their countries interests lay in staying in the EU, especially in the light of the horrific debacle that is Brexit.

To say things will be alright on the night is crass and irresponsible in the extreme. Even the IFS has predicted today that a no-deal Brexit will lead us to debt levels not seen in the last 50 years. And as the Japanese ambassador reminded anybody that cared to listen - "we will not get a better deal than the one we already have"
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BoroBerk Posted on 09/10/2019 01:00
Edited On: 09/10/2019 01:01
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So the conservative estimate now is that an orderly Brexit will cost IRO of £100 billion p.a.Assuming we all pay our way then working folk each need to hand Boris about £3k p.a to cover it for at least a couple of years.
A no deal Brexit will be more expensive. Is this what Brexiters voted for or was it Boris's easiest trade deal in the history of the world?
Kiss goodbye to any hope of extra police and NHS spend. Our public borrowing is set to top a 50 year high. UK Mugged by the pole dancing clown.
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SedgefieldRed Posted on 09/10/2019 01:29

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The problem is that reason and Brexit are mutually exclusive. By any measure it is the most short-sighted, damaging act of self-sabotage under taken by a developed nation in living memory. On any measure apart from hope, wings and prayers it will make us poorer, less influential and less able to get our own way for years to come.

For its supporters it has become an article of faith and therefore untouched by facts or reason, and a lot of its supporters now believe that leaving without any plan for what happens next is actually in their own interests. It’s completely baffling and in decades to come kids will be writing exam answers on how so many people convinced themselves, or were convinced, to cheerlead for something so manifestly against their own interests. Boris, Nigel, Arron et al won’t be the ones being handed their P45s when Nissan at Sunderland or Toyota at Derby up sticks.

And as for that poster, you’d hope that the people who made it would look at it again and hang their heads in shame. The fact they actually did however makes me think they’re probably incapable of it.
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Aqualung Posted on 09/10/2019 06:49

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The UK government has done a brilliant job scapegoating the EU for all our domestic problems, austerity etc

And the general public consumed it like XXXXXXs

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lapennabianca Posted on 09/10/2019 06:52

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"Just leave and see what happens down the road— I seriously doubt it’ll be that bad. Moreover, I just think that the EU is running out of steam —"

What a stupid thing to think, let alone type out and then post.
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Aqualung Posted on 09/10/2019 06:56

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The whole idea of us leaving the Eu was to be BETTER OFF, bizarre to me a lot of leavers mentioned years of recovering etc

Whats the XXXXXX point of that?

Pyrrhic victory
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CardiffDaffs Posted on 09/10/2019 07:03

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Absolutely horrendous to see this stuff. Alan Rusbriger sums it up perfectly

“We didn’t win two world wars to become a nasty arrogant, bigoted, isolationist country that forgot the lessons of history as well as the cost of winning and sustaining peace. “

Leave.eu need closing down.
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Undercover_Elephant Posted on 09/10/2019 07:05

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Add to the UK government the fact that two of the largest papers completely failed to hold them to account for their lies (S*n and Daily Mail), because they were complicit in the deception.

One of the main reasons Liverpool voted remain, was because they ditched those rags decades ago.
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Aqualung Posted on 09/10/2019 07:10

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we didnt win 2 world wars full stop

we had an awful lot of help, the allies won the war not the British themsleves

And when i say 'we', i don't include myself in that, and neither should the dickheads spouting it, they won XXXXXX all, nothing worse than some 50-60 year old waving a daft flag and saying we this , we that, no dickhead, you won XXXXXX all, you've never been in the armed forces, now XXXXXX off
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Small_town Posted on 09/10/2019 08:18

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Aqualung had got it spot on. There is an amazing dumb bonenheadedness from most leavers.

Despite the fact the brexit narrative had gone from milk and honey, new empire, blue passports and millions to the NHS (it was on a bus) to: we can survive it, like the blitz, we will eventually recover and (in the case of no deal) we will have enough medicine and food eventually.

It's an amazing thing that people still blindly follow something no matter how bad it gets revealed to be.
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TheFair86 Posted on 09/10/2019 08:24

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They’re playing to a crowd. The same tactic Britain first etc took when talking about banning poppy sales in Muslim areas to prevent offence which has been disproven every year but still gets shared hundreds of thousands of times every year by outraged people that don’t check basic facts.
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jam69 Posted on 09/10/2019 08:24

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most brexiters I know fall into the two world wars crap, they start of by talking about laws they can't name, giving back power to parliament that they now don't like and finish up with the xenophobia
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bear66 Posted on 09/10/2019 08:27

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"Since 2015 our contributions have either decreased or stayed the same. No idea where you’re getting this ‘year on year rise from’, maybe look into it properly instead of reading the mail or twitter"

I was surprised how little our average contribution over the last 40 years has been. About £2 billion a year in real terms over that period. The increase in the last decade has been primarily to bring the 21st Century joiners up to the rest of the EU standards of infrastructure and life. As that as happened (Bulgaria and Romania are richer than the average Teessider), the contributions will fall and the newly invigorated Eastern European economies will provide us with the ability to export more UK goods. A good model for developing and boosting the largest trading block in the world.
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Rayman Posted on 09/10/2019 08:32

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Addictive stuff! I must have spent a couple of hours reading through some of the most poorly thought out material ever. It’s from the same playbook as late twenties, early thirties Germany.
We’ll have to get stuck in with some facts. I may be gone some time!
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TheFair86 Posted on 09/10/2019 08:35

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Rayman, the scary part is when you look a the accounts that are supportive of these messages and see how radicalised people have become.
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hopesoboro Posted on 09/10/2019 08:42

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"expat" smoggie! Says it all![xx(]
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festa5 Posted on 09/10/2019 08:44

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"Like any membership scheme you should be free to end your contract whenever you like"

And this sort of childlike simplistic thinking is also part of the problem. Comparing being in the EU with being in the AA or being a member of a gym just shows a complete and utter lack of understanding. Of course it's thinking that's encouraged by the likes of Boris and Farage. Easy to stamp your feet and moan 'get on with it' if you think it's like quitting the gym.

The irony is that for all that these leave voters moan about being called thick by remainers, it's Farage and co that are really treating them like idiots. They probably have more contempt for their support than anyone on the remain side as they do nothing but lie to them knowing full well they'll lap it up.
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Lefty Posted on 09/10/2019 15:42

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Banks and Tice had an amusing little spat over it last night, Banks and Wigmore initially defending it, but they've now removed it, half apologised and blamed an intern.[:D]

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CardiffDaffs Posted on 09/10/2019 15:56

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Removal or not it exposes the line “Brexit is nothing to do with racism” as a lie.
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1finny Posted on 09/10/2019 16:02
Edited On: 09/10/2019 16:03
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An apology - ‘I’m pretty racist but shouldn’t have been so blatant about it’

Fair - ‘They are playing to a crowd’ . That is the huge concern. This is calculated and strategic. Sad state of affairs when we are trying to cosy up to a right wing government (Hungary) in order to support us leaving without a deal.

Are we just normalising what we have always been (but kept quiet about it) [?]
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Trug Posted on 09/10/2019 18:12

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"Just leave and see what happens down the road"
I don't know about you but if I jump anywhere I like to know what I am landing on beforehand.

Link:
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