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The imaginary Brexit backlash
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Mark, Devon
2017-08-11 22:10:53 UTC
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Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.

No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic. Most people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications were. Certainly, the people are far more likely to 'revolt' if MPs support a hard Brexit that threatens jobs/security etc.

It is up to all MPs of all parties to reduce the damage by not allowing the government to sink the UK with anything like a hard Brexit.
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2017-08-11 23:04:37 UTC
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Post by Mark, Devon
Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the
government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in
anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.
No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic. Most
people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications were.
1. Manufacturing jobs down.
2. Single issue political trolling infecting
the entire ocean of pooliticians at the expense of all other business.
3. No new investment or expansion of manufacturing.
4. Massive increase in services (for brexshitting like currency
manipulation) invoicing each other for the privilege.
5. UK turning into a shiitehole like Eastern Eurup with everyone
expecting to get paid through non existent manufacturing
jobs and investment, while the politicians go looting the
entire kingdom with their currency trading.
Not one explains how much brexshit currency trolling
money they made yet.
RH156RH
2017-08-12 06:57:50 UTC
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Post by Mark, Devon
Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the
government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in
anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.
No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic. Most
people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications were.
1. Manufacturing jobs down.
2. Single issue political trolling infecting
the entire ocean of pooliticians at the expense of all other business.
3. No new investment or expansion of manufacturing.
4. Massive increase in services (for brexshitting like currency
manipulation) invoicing each other for the privilege.
5. UK turning into a shiitehole like Eastern Eurup with everyone
expecting to get paid through non existent manufacturing
jobs and investment, while the politicians go looting the
entire kingdom with their currency trading.
Not one explains how much brexshit currency trolling
money they made yet.
Translation: A UK freed of the EU chains will prosper mightily... RH
MM
2017-08-16 07:28:01 UTC
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Post by 7
Post by Mark, Devon
Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the
government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in
anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.
No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic. Most
people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications were.
1. Manufacturing jobs down.
2. Single issue political trolling infecting
the entire ocean of pooliticians at the expense of all other business.
3. No new investment or expansion of manufacturing.
4. Massive increase in services (for brexshitting like currency
manipulation) invoicing each other for the privilege.
5. UK turning into a shiitehole like Eastern Eurup with everyone
expecting to get paid through non existent manufacturing
jobs and investment, while the politicians go looting the
entire kingdom with their currency trading.
Not one explains how much brexshit currency trolling
money they made yet.
Translation: A UK freed of the EU chains will prosper mightily... RH
Huh, we haven't even left yet and already the British economy has
turned to shit.

MM

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Vidcapper
2017-08-12 06:47:50 UTC
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Post by Mark, Devon
Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the
government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in
anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.
A soft Brexit would indeed not result in a strong backlash, but there
would be a lot of unhappy Leavers who believed they were voting for a
hard Brexit.
Post by Mark, Devon
No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic.
Most people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications
were. Certainly, the people are far more likely to 'revolt' if MPs
support a hard Brexit that threatens jobs/security etc.
That a hard Brexit would do such damage is merely speculation,
especially since it takes no =account of the new economic opportunities
that Brexit would open up.
Post by Mark, Devon
It is up to all MPs of all parties to reduce the damage by not
allowing the government to sink the UK with anything like a hard
Brexit.
A hard Brexit holds no fears for me.
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Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
Ophelia
2017-08-12 15:47:57 UTC
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Post by Mark, Devon
Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the
government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in
anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.
A soft Brexit would indeed not result in a strong backlash, but there
would be a lot of unhappy Leavers who believed they were voting for a
hard Brexit.
Post by Mark, Devon
No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic.
Most people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications
were. Certainly, the people are far more likely to 'revolt' if MPs
support a hard Brexit that threatens jobs/security etc.
That a hard Brexit would do such damage is merely speculation,
especially since it takes no =account of the new economic opportunities
that Brexit would open up.
Post by Mark, Devon
It is up to all MPs of all parties to reduce the damage by not
allowing the government to sink the UK with anything like a hard
Brexit.
A hard Brexit holds no fears for me.


Paul Hyett, Cheltenham

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Nor for me ... BUT, here we go with more insults from the remoaners.

I suppose it must make them feel better, but to be honest it just makes me
disgusted.

They are obsessed with being as insulting as they can be. It seems to be
all they live for.

Sore losers.
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Mark, Devon
2017-08-12 18:08:43 UTC
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Post by Ophelia
They are obsessed with being as insulting as they can be. It seems to be
all they live for.
Sore losers.
This is about the country losing.
abelard
2017-08-12 18:15:54 UTC
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On Sat, 12 Aug 2017 11:08:43 -0700 (PDT), "Mark, Devon"
Post by Mark, Devon
Post by Ophelia
They are obsessed with being as insulting as they can be. It seems to be
all they live for.
Sore losers.
This is about the country losing.
you are not 'the country'

'losing' what exactly?
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Mark, Devon
2017-08-15 13:53:04 UTC
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Post by abelard
you are not 'the country'
'losing' what exactly?
Just face it Abbie, your preferred replacement to Cameron is simply scattily jumping from one Brexit position to another ; a whole load of MPs and ministers are realising the absolute stupidity of Brexit, each month passing by with absolutely NO progress whatsoever. They're now starting to plead, cap-in-hand, with the EU "let us keep the main benefits but appear we are leaving".

But. hey-ho, all Brexiteers here (including you) are delighted with their 'progress' in every single way. Crowers "we won't pay a penny", Harris - thinks they're doing a good job to date, you U-turning against Cameron, Fox untrustworthy and incompetent, dithering Davis, Boris the non-entity who achieves nothing, Hammond the U-turn doughnut.....Brexiteers in 'action' :-) LOL
abelard
2017-08-15 15:21:37 UTC
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On Tue, 15 Aug 2017 06:53:04 -0700 (PDT), "Mark, Devon"
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Post by abelard
you are not 'the country'
'losing' what exactly?
Just face it Abbie, your preferred replacement to Cameron
you have not an honest bone in your body...

i had no wish for cameron to be replaced
Post by Mark, Devon
is simply scattily jumping from one Brexit position to another ; a whole load of MPs and ministers are realising the absolute stupidity of Brexit, each month passing by with absolutely NO progress whatsoever. They're now starting to plead, cap-in-hand, with the EU "let us keep the main benefits but appear we are leaving".
But. hey-ho, all Brexiteers here (including you) are delighted with their 'progress' in every single way. Crowers "we won't pay a penny", Harris - thinks they're doing a good job to date, you U-turning against Cameron, Fox untrustworthy and incompetent, dithering Davis, Boris the non-entity who achieves nothing, Hammond the U-turn doughnut.....Brexiteers in 'action' :-) LOL
you couldn't analyse a bread pudding
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Vidcapper
2017-08-13 07:00:11 UTC
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Post by Ophelia
They are obsessed with being as insulting as they can be. It seems to be
all they live for.
Sore losers.
This is about the country losing.
More speculation.
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Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
Ophelia
2017-08-13 10:39:37 UTC
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Post by Ophelia
They are obsessed with being as insulting as they can be. It seems to be
all they live for.
Sore losers.
This is about the country losing.
More speculation.

Paul Hyett, Cheltenham

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What? No more constant sneering about 'low educational attainment'???

Perhaps he is boring himself too. Perhaps the remoaners are beginning to
realise they are convincing no one. In fact they are becoming a laughing
stock with their constant predictions of doom.

We (the leavers) don't need to consider any bad results, we are bombarded
with them daily here. Perhaps if their views were even a tiny bit balanced,
we might respect them and it could give us something to think about. As it
is ...
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Mark, Devon
2017-08-13 13:51:04 UTC
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Perhaps this government, with its dismal efforts re. Brexit, is convincing no one? Even crowers seems to have gone quiet...no longer 'we won't be paying the EU one penny' from crowers...now everyone knows/accepts it will be several billion pounds.

This government; May's weakness, Boris the Loose Cannon (who STILL has not one achievement to his name as foreign secretary)....they are the laughing stock.

Elsewhere Trump fails to condemn white extremists.....what a pathetic pal of Abbie/May we have 'over the pond'.
abelard
2017-08-13 13:52:34 UTC
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On Sun, 13 Aug 2017 06:51:04 -0700 (PDT), "Mark, Devon"
Post by Mark, Devon
Perhaps this government, with its dismal efforts re. Brexit, is convincing no one? Even crowers seems to have gone quiet...no longer 'we won't be paying the EU one penny' from crowers...now everyone knows/accepts it will be several billion pounds.
This government; May's weakness, Boris the Loose Cannon (who STILL has not one achievement to his name as foreign secretary)....they are the laughing stock.
Elsewhere Trump fails to condemn white extremists
liar
Post by Mark, Devon
.....what a pathetic pal of Abbie/May we have 'over the pond'.
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Mark, Devon
2017-08-13 14:02:19 UTC
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Just face it Abbie....Trump is an abysmal president, and May is an awful PM. Your preferred parties on both sides of the pond are heading for disaster, both for themselves and, more importantly, their countries.
MM
2017-08-16 07:28:51 UTC
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Post by Mark, Devon
Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the
government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in
anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.
A soft Brexit would indeed not result in a strong backlash, but there
would be a lot of unhappy Leavers who believed they were voting for a
hard Brexit.
Post by Mark, Devon
No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic.
Most people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications
were. Certainly, the people are far more likely to 'revolt' if MPs
support a hard Brexit that threatens jobs/security etc.
That a hard Brexit would do such damage is merely speculation,
especially since it takes no =account of the new economic opportunities
that Brexit would open up.
Post by Mark, Devon
It is up to all MPs of all parties to reduce the damage by not
allowing the government to sink the UK with anything like a hard
Brexit.
A hard Brexit holds no fears for me.
Lemmings don't fear the cliff edge, so no surprise there, then.

MM

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abelard
2017-08-12 10:25:50 UTC
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On Fri, 11 Aug 2017 15:10:53 -0700 (PDT), "Mark, Devon"
Post by Mark, Devon
Some here have implied that if MPs still oppose Brexit, or if the government opts for a soft Brexit, then the people will revolt in anger....the 'will of the people' and all that.
No they wouldn't; only a very few people would be that vitriolic. Most people who voted Brexit didn't have a clue what the implications were. Certainly, the people are far more likely to 'revolt' if MPs support a hard Brexit that threatens jobs/security etc.
It is up to all MPs of all parties to reduce the damage by not allowing the government to sink the UK with anything like a hard Brexit.
https://order-order.com/2017/08/11/remoaners-lose-as-voters-strongly-back-hard-brexit/
" 67% of people surveyed prefer the so-called “no deal” outcome to
a ‘soft’ Brexit
68% of people surveyed would choose a ‘hard’ Brexit over a ‘soft’
Brexit!"

you lost...suck it up
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Mark, Devon
2017-08-12 18:07:36 UTC
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you lost...suck it up
LOL...isn't it about time you started to support Cameron's position for once? U-turn fair weather pal you are!
abelard
2017-08-12 18:15:22 UTC
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On Sat, 12 Aug 2017 11:07:36 -0700 (PDT), "Mark, Devon"
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you lost...suck it up
LOL...isn't it about time you started to support Cameron's position for once? U-turn fair weather pal you are!
what the blazes are you babbling about this time...

i have no argument with cameron's behaviour

i am fully in accord with it
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