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Brexit march..
« on: November 23, 2018, 05:24:14 AM »
Ok so to all the Brexiteers here..

A simple question, will you be attending the march on Sunday 9th December and bringing along friends and family??

There is no excuse not to go other than you are laid up in hospital with brain tumor ..

If you have a lame  excuse why you will not be attending .. then what can I say ? besides a waste of space :duh:

I shall not be attending but I have a good excuse, Im not living in the UK any more and have no plans on living there any time this century I don't even plan to be buried there! The Uk is already finished as far as Im concerned .. but there is a chance for you to still voice your opinion on Sunday 9th December..

Manny as a strong Brexiteer I would presume you will be attending the march ?
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2018, 11:44:16 AM »
I dont see myself marching on a Sunday somehow.

I dont know anything about this though.
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2018, 12:00:23 PM »
I dont see myself marching on a Sunday somehow.

I dont know anything about this though.

I will try to find the news article where I saw the march mentioned..

Yes BUT if everyone said "I don't see my self marching on a Sunday" there would never be any changes in the world would there?

But if every one who voted to leave made the effort and gave up the Sunday dinner , firstly it would go down in history as the biggest march in mankind history ?

And secondly the government and the EU would be crapping themselves..

My mother camped outside greenham common (Yes serious) problem today people just like to moan but have become to content to actually do anything ...

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Nigel Farage just gave an OUTSTANDING Speech
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2018, 03:54:22 AM »
Nigel Farage just gave an OUTSTANDING Speech


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4YLdqLqZX4

Moby will like it!

 

He may like this too........


The Brexit Mess Planned All Along
To Thwart The Will Of The People -
David Icke




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqEnYQ0gLt8

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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2018, 07:35:15 AM »
Hi Steveboy,

Let me get this right... people marching because they are scared another referendum - with more facts - might not be 'democratic ?  :chuckle:

Russia doesn't have form for making stuff like this up.
He really did say that
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #5 on: December 15, 2018, 08:20:19 AM »
Im only interested in one outcome they deliver Brexit.  The will of a democratic vote.. the UK is a democracy.. no Brexit no democracy..

It's simple really nothing to even argue about. The British people voted to leave.. The government who are just civil servants of the people have no other options
other than to leave. If they fail then it means civil war and nothing short of it..
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Re: Brexit march.. scaredy cats
« Reply #6 on: December 15, 2018, 08:28:21 AM »
Im only interested in one outcome they deliver Brexit.  The will of a democratic vote.. the UK is a democracy.. no Brexit no democracy..

It's simple really nothing to even argue about. The British people voted to leave.. The government who are just civil servants of the people have no other options
other than to leave. If they fail then it means civil war and nothing short of it..

:))

Chicken .... ias the servants of the people cannot decide - let us - the people decide ... they are certainly 'wiser', now
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #7 on: December 15, 2018, 08:37:08 AM »
Im only interested in one outcome they deliver Brexit.  The will of a democratic vote.. the UK is a democracy.. no Brexit no democracy..

It's simple really nothing to even argue about. The British people voted to leave.. The government who are just civil servants of the people have no other options
other than to leave. If they fail then it means civil war and nothing short of it..

While I noted elsewhere how Brexit affects my family, that is not the point. I have no horse in the race.

Will there be civil war I doubt it. But it will affirm many of the general population's utter distrust of politicians.

Of course you have the whingers like Moby, but he does not believe in democracy went it does not suit him.
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #8 on: December 15, 2018, 08:51:37 AM »
Im only interested in one outcome they deliver Brexit.  The will of a democratic vote.. the UK is a democracy.. no Brexit no democracy..

It's simple really nothing to even argue about. The British people voted to leave.. The government who are just civil servants of the people have no other options
other than to leave. If they fail then it means civil war and nothing short of it..

While I noted elsewhere how Brexit affects my family, that is not the point. I have no horse in the race.

Will there be civil war I doubt it. But it will affirm many of the general population's utter distrust of politicians.

Of course you have the whingers like Moby, but he does not believe in democracy went it does not suit him.


Brexit HAS to be delivered.. Full stop.. it really doesn't matter what your views are, if you agree or not agree, if you think it was a mistake makes NO difference..

No Brexit .. is the end of democracy in the Uk its as simple as that.. nothing to argue about in any way what soever...

No Brexit = No democracy...you may as well live in North Korea..

Whats more it means the government who just happen to have their salaries paid for by the PEOPLE have complete disregard for the people and democracy..

There would only be one option left.. civil disobedience or war to forcefully remove the government ..No other option..

Of course some people will be happy just to talk and banter about it, even though their government has betrayed them.. but some one has to do the dirty work.. just like someone had to storm the beaches of Normandy mostly young kids.. in the name of democracy and freedom..

You may think I'm stupid or mad.. but for sure I will be in the UK for any civil war or any way to over threw the government.. as I said someone has to do the dirty work..








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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #9 on: December 15, 2018, 01:42:57 PM »


Of course you have the whingers like Moby, but he does not believe in democracy went it does not suit him.[/font][/size]

Two mistake there:

1/ I believe in democracy and what's 'wrong' with the UK's population voting on Mrs May's deal ?

a) accept
b) reject
c) stay in the EU

2/ The real 'whingers' are the 'Brextremists' who seek to destroy the Tory party and put a  hard border in N.Ireland - which is why I kept telling anyone who would listen - and those who wouldn't why there couldn't / wouldn't be a 'hard brexit' ...

Russia doesn't have form for making stuff like this up.
He really did say that
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #10 on: December 16, 2018, 09:40:34 AM »
1/ I believe in democracy and what's 'wrong' with the UK's population voting on Mrs May's deal ?

a) accept
b) reject
c) stay in the EU

There is no C, we did that one.

May's deal up to now isnt delivering on what she was told to do. She'll be gone soon hopefully.

You remainiacs don't get to subvert democracy. We'll not be voting over and over till we get the result you and the Guardian want.
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #11 on: December 16, 2018, 11:13:36 AM »


There is no C, we did that one.

Chicken

May's deal up to now isnt delivering on what she was told to do. She'll be gone soon hopefully.

'Gone' ? Given the utter fail by your 'hero'

You remainiacs don't get to subvert democracy. We'll not be voting over and over till we get the result you and the Guardian want.

Never say never..

and Ye I really do say that.. for good reason
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #12 on: December 16, 2018, 11:43:17 AM »
When I read about the arrogant obnoxious EU ... it gets me bloody mad!!

Need a very very hard Brexit.. and further to that the UK needs to make its self Great again.. teach those arrogant EU *snip*s a few things..

I will convert to Christianity and prey to the lord every day of my life when that corrupt institution fails..

And please Tony Blair die!! What is it with that most obnoxious piece of shit on the planet just can't keep his disgusting smug face out of things..I can't even
try to tell you how much I hate that man...

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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #13 on: December 16, 2018, 12:45:04 PM »

You remainiacs don't get to subvert democracy. We'll not be voting over and over till we get the result you and the Guardian want.
Yet, thats exactly what newspapers in NL keep telling us, that soon May will be gone and we will get a new brexit referendum to look forward to
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Re: Brexit march..
« Reply #14 on: December 16, 2018, 01:00:58 PM »

You remainiacs don't get to subvert democracy. We'll not be voting over and over till we get the result you and the Guardian want.
Yet, thats exactly what newspapers in NL keep telling us, that soon May will be gone and we will get a new brexit referendum to look forward to

There is [was] a plan, from quite high up in the party and supported by many large donors. The idea was May lost the vote triggered by the 48 letters to the 1922 committee, quick leadership contest installing Boris, Boris puts Mogg in the cabinet, Brexit "no deal", Boris wins next election and then steps aside for Mogg to be PM. Farage rejoins the party.

May won the vote and May is still there. That doesn't mean she'll stay. Maggie won the vote too and was gone days later. May will now stay a while longer but wont fight the next election. That means she'll step down or be thrown out somehow next year. She cant hang on till the next GE without support of half of her MPs and many of the voters.

As for Brexit, Moby and his ragtag pals that are Guardianistas, assorted lefties, liberals, commies and general pinkos cannot be allowed to subvert democracy -  it's still all to play for............
please tell me where I'm being / have been 'dishonest'? 
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