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PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 5:40 pm 
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I've started to wonder if those who refuse to respect the will of the referendum, will give up when we finally leave. Maybe it's the British political left we need to be worried about more than medicine flowing into the country.


I don't think they'll ever shut up or give up. The left and soft centre will do all they can to frustrate every opportunity that is presented to thrive and prosper outside the EU. They will not be content with just gloating over any minor setback or problem but will actively sabotage whatever they can. Brexit will not be complete or guaranteed until we sweep from power all those EU lackeys in the next general election.


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So when all the EU lackeys have been swept away, and rees-mogg is pm, what then? The handmaids tale?

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My prepping is mostly the investigation of the possibility of getting a US green card..........

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Out of the pan - into the fire. I predict the US will split up into at least 5 regions as they begin to lose the world reserve currency and power shifts to the East.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:12 pm 
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HALODIN wrote:
I've started to wonder if those who refuse to respect the will of the referendum, will give up when we finally leave. Maybe it's the British political left we need to be worried about more than medicine flowing into the country.


48% of those who voted wanted to remain. Just as at a general election, the opposition does not vanish after the vote, which is why the referendum happened, a lot of people opposed to the EU had been waiting for many years to get the chance to vote to leave, they never liked or supported the EU. And that's their democratic right.

So, the answer to your question is no, those opposed to leaving will continue to campaign to either not leave, or rejoin if needs be. The left, or at least the hard left, is as supportive of brexit at the ERG, albeit for very different reasons.

Maybe those who voted to leave need to respect the democratic rights of those who voted to remain to continue to oppose brexit. After all, a country where the opposition are forced into silence is not a democracy, it's a dictatorship.

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HALODIN wrote:
I've started to wonder if those who refuse to respect the will of the referendum, will give up when we finally leave. Maybe it's the British political left we need to be worried about more than medicine flowing into the country.


48% of those who voted wanted to remain. Just as at a general election, the opposition does not vanish after the vote, which is why the referendum happened, a lot of people opposed to the EU had been waiting for many years to get the chance to vote to leave, they never liked or supported the EU. And that's their democratic right.

So, the answer to your question is no, those opposed to leaving will continue to campaign to either not leave, or rejoin if needs be. The left, or at least the hard left, is as supportive of brexit at the ERG, albeit for very different reasons.

Maybe those who voted to leave need to respect the democratic rights of those who voted to remain to continue to oppose brexit. After all, a country where the opposition are forced into silence is not a democracy, it's a dictatorship.
Damn well said Sir !


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:33 pm 
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Shugie goodjob

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shugie wrote:
HALODIN wrote:
I've started to wonder if those who refuse to respect the will of the referendum, will give up when we finally leave. Maybe it's the British political left we need to be worried about more than medicine flowing into the country.


48% of those who voted wanted to remain. Just as at a general election, the opposition does not vanish after the vote, which is why the referendum happened, a lot of people opposed to the EU had been waiting for many years to get the chance to vote to leave, they never liked or supported the EU. And that's their democratic right.

So, the answer to your question is no, those opposed to leaving will continue to campaign to either not leave, or rejoin if needs be. The left, or at least the hard left, is as supportive of brexit at the ERG, albeit for very different reasons.

Maybe those who voted to leave need to respect the democratic rights of those who voted to remain to continue to oppose brexit. After all, a country where the opposition are forced into silence is not a democracy, it's a dictatorship.


Those opposed to leaving and continuing to frustrate the leaving process need to respect the will of the people and the democratic vote to leave, no second vote, no capitulation to the EU(SSR).

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