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Brexit.

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Number 9

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Its interesting how entrenched the two sides became, using quite vitriolic words and actions against each other.
You sense there will be some backlash in the country once its sorted one way or the other.
Maybe an election soon, who knows.
 
morty

morty

Moderator
Staff member
Its interesting how entrenched the two sides became, using quite vitriolic words and actions against each other.
You sense there will be some backlash in the country once its sorted one way or the other.
Maybe an election soon, who knows.
It was a binary question, literally the same as saying "Whats better, apples or oranges?" so it was always going to be massively polarising. Unfortunately it also became a vote winning political football for the likes of Labour, seeing an opportunity, or so they thought, to appeal to 48% of the electorate, and hijack the issue to seize power. Neither Labour or the Lib Dems are interested in what is best for the country, though polarisation would lead some to say that cancelling Brexit is best for the country, that basically leaves you ignoring the democracy of the people and wagging your finger at them saying the MP's know better. Let's remember that all parties campaigned in the last GE saying that they would respect the result of the referendum.

An interesting few days coming up.
 
OldRobert

OldRobert

Well-Known Member
Too many of the political class are not interested in the will of the people nor what's best for the country.
 
Shyster

Shyster

Member
What will Herman do now? :(
Like his Remainiac cohorts, he'll carry on in denial and pretend to be pleased at the notion that Boris's deal is dubious.

Hermione and his fellow munsters need to realise that it's the current deal or no deal at all --- There will be no 2nd referendum nor revocation.

The UK is leaving the EU on October 31st and the Remainiacs have lost :D

Zero commiserations to Hermione, Billock, canarydanielle23, Yellow Fever, Surfer, Purple(bell-ender)Canary, kick it off, Hoola Han Solo, SmallFry etc, etc...

 
OldRobert

OldRobert

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Some silly remainiac MP was arguing for another referendum on Newsnight tonight, was confronted by the blue side with, "and what happens if the result is a turnover from 2016, do we then have a third and fourth and so on?" No we bloody don't, leave means leave madam.
Parliament, mainly remain, cannot bear the thought of the people getting their way. The election, when it comes and it won't be long, could be carnage for many of the sitting members, who have proved themselves incapable of representing their constituents.
 
Shyster

Shyster

Member
We know politicians and political advisors can appear to be, or actually are quite dense, especially in the case of Labour, Lib-Dums & Greenies, but common sense tells us that Boris, Cummings and the ERG are not stupid enough to have ever believed the deal would get through the HoC.

I think they're playing a blinder :cool:

So, 'No Deal' it will be --- November 1st, Brexit celebrations abound -- The collective faces of anti-democratic Remainiac MPs, Judges, luvvies and the MSM looking like an explosion on a shit-farm.....

..... Herman, tearful in his mum's basement with his student days Che T-shirt on, furiously thumb & forefinger w@nking to his old prog-rock albums wishing he could afford to attend at least one City game...

.. in his Jesus sandals.

:D
 
morty

morty

Moderator
Staff member
I am cautiously optimistic now, though who knows what can happen, Lib Dem and Labour MP's (and that snake Bercow) have been having private dialogue with EU officials, so there could well be a twist in the tale yet.

But, on the face of it Boris has completely backed Labour into a corner, silly, bumbling, mad haired Boris. Who has only been PM for 50 odd days, who was told he wouldn't get a deal, he wasn't even trying for one and that the EU wouldn't even reopen negotiations. Makes you wonder how much better the deal could have been had he been in from the start, and he hadn't been hampered by the Benn (surrender) act.

He has timed it perfectly, the EU is desperate for our 39 billion as Germany slides towards recession, and everyone is sick to death of Brexit, and just wants it done now. Saturday is certainly going to be interesting, there are no more get out clauses this time, it is either vote for the deal, or no deal.

On an amusing aside, Jeremy Corbyn tweeted that he didn't like the deal and couldn't support it, 26 minutes before it was actually published....
 
morty

morty

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Staff member
Some silly remainiac MP was arguing for another referendum on Newsnight tonight, was confronted by the blue side with, "and what happens if the result is a turnover from 2016, do we then have a third and fourth and so on?" No we bloody don't, leave means leave madam.
Parliament, mainly remain, cannot bear the thought of the people getting their way. The election, when it comes and it won't be long, could be carnage for many of the sitting members, who have proved themselves incapable of representing their constituents.
I think they know that if Brexit happens, it will fundamentally change the face of politics. From my point of view, voting leave was, in part, a bit of a protest against the liberal establishment. This is a kick up the arse for all of them, they are realising that they do actually have to listen to the people, and they do have to deliver on their promises.

If the Tories had failed to deliver on this they would have been decimated at the next GE, with us seeing many more Brexit party candidates and an even more hung parliament than we have now. It will be very interesting to see where Labour and the Lib Dems go from here, if you believe the polls, down the toilet! Labour has basically disenfranchised the whole of the North, where a huge percentage of Labour held seats voted to leave, the party is no longer one of the working man, but of the liberal, middle class, elite within the M25.
 
OldRobert

OldRobert

Well-Known Member
Corbyn wouldn't support the deal if he'd written it himself. What a shallow little man. He and Bercow should get married.
 
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