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    Question for Brexit voters

    Are you ok with this? The raised right hand, the black red and grey colouring. Is this the side you want to be on?

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    Imagine how much better the world would be if Farage hadn't stumbled out of that plane wreckage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    Imagine how much better the world would be if Farage hadn't stumbled out of that plane wreckage.
    The way to defeat Farage and his ilk is demonstrating the preposterousness of his divisive and odious views and statements not sinking to his level.

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    Itís sad but these people are going to win. People believe this simplistic nonsense, Iíve already seen it shared on social media. Sad thing about this whole farce is how many people I like hold such reactionary views. Itís put me off a lot of people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    Imagine how much better the world would be if Farage hadn't stumbled out of that plane wreckage.
    Lovely thing to say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    Imagine how much better the world would be if Farage hadn't stumbled out of that plane wreckage.
    It would have been far better if the slimy shitter's father had not met his mother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    The way to defeat Farage and his ilk is demonstrating the preposterousness of his divisive and odious views and statements not sinking to his level.
    How's that going for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieBird View Post
    Lovely thing to say
    I didn't say how I feel. I asked you to imagine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    How's that going for you?
    How's what going for me? The original post demonstrated without embellishment the disgusting rhetoric that eminates from Leave.Org and their acolytes. The OP asked Leave voters, regardless of their motivation for voting to leave the EU whether this was the kind of shit that drove them to the ballot box. You, in your wisdom, decided to go all in by hypothesising that the world might be a better place if Farage hadn't crawled out of the wreckage of a plane. Nothing like camping on the moral high ground....and that was nothing like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    How's what going for me? The original post demonstrated without embellishment the disgusting rhetoric that eminates from Leave.Org and their acolytes. The OP asked Leave voters, regardless of their motivation for voting to leave the EU whether this was the kind of shit that drove them to the ballot box. You, in your wisdom, decided to go all in by hypothesising that the world might be a better place if Farage hadn't crawled out of the wreckage of a plane. Nothing like camping on the moral high ground....and that was nothing like it!
    Is that your purpose in life, to camp on the moral high ground?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    Is that your purpose in life, to camp on the moral high ground?
    Look. If you think the right response to that racist shit is to imagine the leader of the Brexit Party would have been better not crawling out of a plane crash then that is your right. Not for me that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    Look. If you think the right response to that racist shit is to imagine the leader of the Brexit Party would have been better not crawling out of a plane crash then that is your right. Not for me that's all.
    Cool, gotta be you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    How's what going for me? The original post demonstrated without embellishment the disgusting rhetoric that eminates from Leave.Org and their acolytes. The OP asked Leave voters, regardless of their motivation for voting to leave the EU whether this was the kind of shit that drove them to the ballot box. You, in your wisdom, decided to go all in by hypothesising that the world might be a better place if Farage hadn't crawled out of the wreckage of a plane. Nothing like camping on the moral high ground....and that was nothing like it!
    Is this an official statement from the CCMB propagandist-in-chief? We are on to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Is this an official statement from the CCMB propagandist-in-chief? We are on to you!
    I find it truly baffling that the same people call Nigel Farage a " racist " but condone anti semitism in the Labour Party and want to stay in the EU, which was theorised about then formed by former Nazis who had run slave labour camps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieBird View Post
    I find it truly baffling that the same people call Nigel Farage a " racist " but condone anti semitism in the Labour Party and want to stay in the EU, which was theorised about then formed by former Nazis who had run slave labour camps.
    Again?

    The Europaische Wirtschafts Gemeinschaft of 1942 and the Treaty of Rome in 1957 were chalk and cheese - one a planned continental system of German hegemony and control, the other an economic and potentially political union of equals (not the population-weighted parliament, but everywhere else). One envisaged slave labour, the other a capitalist free market. The chapter headings were similar but the words underneath were not. True, Walter Hallstein was a former member of several Nazi professional organisations who became the first president of the European Commission. Given the period and the founder states there must have been other people in the EEC/EU who had embarrassing past associations - but that does not add up to your UKIP -lite distortion of history.

    And who is condoning anti semitism - in the Labour Party or elsewhere? You seem to be pointing a finger at Cyril as you were coming in on the back of Wales-Bales 'biggrin' response to him. You could do with winding back a bit, stop the insults and abuse, and work on overcoming your bafflement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Again?

    The Europaische Wirtschafts Gemeinschaft of 1942 and the Treaty of Rome in 1957 were chalk and cheese - one a planned continental system of German hegemony and control, the other an economic and potentially political union of equals (not the population-weighted parliament, but everywhere else). One envisaged slave labour, the other a capitalist free market. The chapter headings were similar but the words underneath were not. True, Walter Hallstein was a former member of several Nazi professional organisations who became the first president of the European Commission. Given the period and the founder states there must have been other people in the EEC/EU who had embarrassing past associations - but that does not add up to your UKIP -lite distortion of history.

    And who is condoning anti semitism - in the Labour Party or elsewhere? You seem to be pointing a finger at Cyril as you were coming in on the back of Wales-Bales 'biggrin' response to him. You could do with winding back a bit, stop the insults and abuse, and work on overcoming your bafflement.
    Thankfully in space no-one can hear their screams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    Imagine how much better the world would be if Farage hadn't stumbled out of that plane wreckage.
    Gosh that is a poor statement, just because he holds a view different to yours , what is happening to democracy and socialism .

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardiffIrish2 View Post
    Itís sad but these people are going to win. People believe this simplistic nonsense, Iíve already seen it shared on social media. Sad thing about this whole farce is how many people I like hold such reactionary views. Itís put me off a lot of people.
    However off putting , it is best we live in a free democratic speach country , that allows the majoity its voice , the trick I think is to stand ones corner strongly without being rude, argue ones views in an articulate way ,rather than being put off by a person whose views politically clash with yours, but your music or football tastes bring you togther, differences make us unique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    However off putting , it is best we live in a free democratic speach country , that allows the majoity its voice , the trick I think is to stand ones corner strongly without being rude, argue ones views in an articulate way ,rather than being put off by a person whose views politically clash with yours, but your music or football tastes bring you togther, differences make us unique.
    Why is it best that we live in a free democratic country taken over by thickos? That's a recipe for disaster surely?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Why is it best that we live in a free democratic country taken over by thickos? That's a recipe for disaster surely?
    There you go again being nasty, you sound like Boris .

    I' m sure there's other nice intelligent people out there , not voting for Corbyn, try and embrace others views ,what's that Labour party clarion call , we are the party of inclusiveness .

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Gosh that is a poor statement, just because he holds a view different to yours , what is happening to democracy and socialism .
    He has caused all sorts of horrible things and cares not what he puts out via his platform. Mega of you to defend him though, at least we know where we all stand now, no pretending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    There you go again being nasty, you sound like Boris .

    I' m sure there's other nice intelligent people out there , not voting for Corbyn, try and embrace others views ,what's that Labour party clarion call , we are the party of inclusiveness .
    Sorry I couldn't ever embrace your views no matter how hard I try

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Sorry I couldn't ever embrace your views no matter how hard I try
    Dear me you have lost the plot , i'm not talking about myself , you used the word thickoes, to describe folk who have an opposite view to you , makes your rather limited in my view.

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