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  1. I seem to remember Cameron trying to scare us into voting remain, in fact he was caught giving government contracts to 4 companies in exchange for them announcing leave would be disastrous for Britain, so there were rich people campaigning for remain, but it's quite telling that you call those who voted out - who had the audacity to not agree with you - 'ignorant and racist people' not sure by the way how some can make themselves poorer when they're completely broke, besides how do you know we'll all be poorer? Why would Nissan build Diesel cars in the UK when they can'
  2. They have a history of ignoring referenda that doesn't go their way just ask the Danes Dutch French and Irish voters. They sent the boys round to bash up Catalan voters that wanted to secede. Criteria for all new members is they adopt the Euro By your logic then every election is also a farce, lets just ignore those too because we didn't like the result. Lets not try and rewrite history, the UK government sent leaflets to every house in the UK urging people to vote remain but making assurances that the result would be respected, also Cameron Osborne Clegg Johnson and ma
  3. Actually no, what keeps me up at night is guilt for the white privilege that I enjoy. But thanks for asking.
  4. Koulouris probably deserves a chance, don't see anything in Durmisaj, I think Maios Vrousai is better than both of them having a brilliant season in Holland.
  5. Now that you've discredited the video by using words and phrases like conspiracy feeble minds and simplistic explanations, can you for my own education tell me what was untrue in that video. Private company, nothing to do with the Russian State. I'm sure he got loans from other banks in the US too despite a history of being declared bankrupt. I wonder where wikileaks got hold of them, some say former DNC employee Seth Rich released them and it wasn't the Russians but we'll never know as Seth Rich was killed in a street robbery that went wrong. Have the sanctions been
  6. The UK government doesn't want to leave hence campaigning to remain, and has no intention of leaving. The EU doesn't want the UK to leave and has a history of ignoring referenda. Was obvious from the start it wouldn't be allowed to happen because neither side wanted it, apart from the voter of course but they don't matter. I understand leaving is bad for Briton as you've so eloquently outlined(despite bizarrely thinking Cameron was a Brexiteer) however you either respect democracy or you don't. Criticise the choice made by all means as you believe it's the wrong one which is your right
  7. PM Cameron campaigned to stay in, in fact he tried to terrify voters by saying leaving would be disastrous and the government spent £9m sending leaflets to every house urging people to vote remain. He left because he lost the vote and his position became untenable, so they replaced him with May who also voted and campaigned remain. Talking of lies remainers(who are the overwhelming majority in parliament and media) have said a no deal Brexit would lead to Food shortages Mass unemployment Diabetics dying off because of no insulin The port of Dover will seize up Th
  8. I wonder what this organisation makes of the Justin Smollett allegations. I love how CNN and the Democrats went into overdrive about how racist America is and took it as gospel that he was telling the truth.
  9. The 29th of March came and went and low and behold the UK are still fully paid up members of the EU, gee I never saw that coming, who would of thought? Especially after Treeza said and reiterated that we're leaving on the 29th March(I'm sure she tried her best despite voting and campaigning for the UK to remain). Democracy in action, European style. Just ask the Irish the French and the Dutch that all had referenda ignored by this organisation.
  10. Excellent performance by Oly, hopefully they can see this through next week. Awful biased coverage in the UK media about the ref and the Greek players intimidating officials. The match stats seem to escape these people. Possession 68% -32% shots 17 - 3 on target 6 -1 corners 7-2 Seems pretty comprehensive to me. Good to see Fortounis get his mojo back. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45278531
  11. Unbelievable, Alex Jones the man who blew the most smoke up Trumps backside has been kicked off platforms, seems Trump is not all powerful when he can't prevent his most ardent supporter from being de platformed. But this isn't about Alex Jones it's about the new 'left' that cheer every time they manage to silence someone they disagree with, 15 years ago I'd never have imagined that in future it would be the 'right' that would be the guardians of free speech. I'd never had imagined I'd be called a racist ignorant bigot if I was opposed to having multiculturalism forced on me or that peopl
  12. Well I expect the UK government will be looking into the behavior of Cambridge Analytica and they will be reprimanded for their conduct I’m sure there are laws against private firms being used to influence elections in other countries. Its refreshing to see that it’s only the Republicans stoop to such treachery, but one can’t help thinking the Democrats shot them selves in the foot, If Trump was up against Sanders I doubt any amount of Russian and British meddling would have swung it Trumps way. Still at least us brits and the Russians have something to chuckle about when we look a
  13. Is treason not punishable by death in the US? Or are rich folk above the law? No wonder those Russians fixed the election over in the US, they must be having a right laugh, however I heard the British also had a hand in rigging the US election, an English company called Cambridge Analytica was also exposed, hope it doesn't ruin our special relationship.
  14. A full 2 years after we voted to leave EU, the UK are still fully paid up members of the EU, like I said at the time the EU do not respect democracy and the UK government has no desire to leave, another wonderful illustration of how voting changes nothing. I'm sure the academics on here will try to educate me and explain all the technicalities involved and deals and scenarios and border issues and people not knowing what they were voting for etc etc etc, but regardless of how you dress it up we will never be allowed to leave.
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