they did say "old people will die and not live to see the consequences" sort of thing because a lot of brexiteers were people like, you know, old enough to see it change from the trade deal the UK needed. I don't really want to listen to many "mainstream" people on it, the kind of people who said trump was literally the apocalypse, they say the same thing about brexit. we do have a means of production in our own country, we're good at it, it's just we're not able to make everything ourselves and thanks to the EU licence for many things would be a problem for us if we weren't part of it nowI'm still on the crashing and burning spectrum this week so I can't do my usual slightly thought out input but I just wanna say, Merkel is a b*tch.
Also, saying those who are pro brexit are fat and sweaty is uncalled for tbh.
I understand why you'd want to complain but what makes you think people will actually listen? If the government listened to the British public's opinion when it wasn't inline with theirs then this country would be very different. Most of the time, if politicians thought citizens would not agree with something they tend to just not tell them - it's easier.Spent the last 2 days protesting Brexit outside parliament.
Quick Google later:I didn't pick this fight.
I didn't pick this fight with you if we go with your interpretation, but by replying to you I am by definition picking a fight. Unless I specify at the end here "I'm not picking a fight". That's the difference see.pick a fight - to talk or behave in such a way as to provoke a fight or argument.
Please don't tar all us leavers with the same brush. Everyone had a chance to vote, we did vote & this is the outcome. It's nobody's right to speak for the motivations of those who voted in opposition of their own views and considering your vote more relevant than someone else's negates any moral high ground stance. Everyone has a right to protest but you need to remember that you are protesting the choice of a voted majority and another referendum would show that the government is heavily biased & present a step away from democracy which I'm sure you don't want.Spent the last 2 days protesting Brexit outside parliament.
The Leavers happily used Nazi salutes, told us once Brexit happens they'll put us in concentration camps and told the EU nationals amongst us to leave as this "ain't your country".
And people wonder why I'm so vocally against this. What proud times for the UK...
Ah, let's not go mad. I think calling any of the two-to-three letter acronym (maybe four letter, now) far-right thugs we've had in the UK over the past six or seven decades Nazis is kinda insulting to the actual Nazis. You'll know things are really going the fascists' way when the corporations get on board with them, but that would necessitate our long succession of rudderless Röhms actually have a Hitler (and an inner circle waiting in the background to do them in) something none of them, not even Steven Yakko Warner Palmer-Tommyson for all his foreign aid money can claim (unless David Horowitz, Nina Rosenwald, Daniel Pipes and Robert Shillman are Hitler, Goebbels, Göring and Himmler in this instance, which would be an interesting twist on er, all of their parts and one that would certainly have old Adolf spinning in his grave if it weren't so full of concrete. At least now we know the reason for the tragiculous spectacle of the EDL performing Roman salutes while waving Israeli flags a couple of years back).Actual Nazis on our streets is reason enough for anyone decent to be there to oppose them.