Tuesday, 28 June 2016

A perfect storm on Facebook and Twitter continues into its eighth day without abating - her's a sample

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David Allen Green (@DavidAllenGreen):

ESTRAGON: Well, shall we Leave?
VLADIMIR: Yes, let's Leave.

(They do not send the Article 50 Notification.)





UKIP needs to be exposed for what it is at base. A vicious racist and terrorist organisation.



EU leaders are worried about the Brexit "contagion" - when you describe democracy as a contagion, something has gone seriously wrong with your system of government.



Let me be clear on something. If you voted for Brexit, you're not my friend. You don't get to treat this as if it was just a difference of opinion. I don't care about your special snowflake reasons for ruining my homeland and believing a pack of transparently obvious liars like Farage and Johnson. You killed jobs. You killed young people's hope in their future. You heartened the far-right. You've made families and kids afraid. You've started a wave of racial abuse and assault across the country, from the schoolyard to the pub. You're a f-king idiot, and I hate you.


Feeling sickened to the point of nausea by the postings by Remnants about how tewwibly sad their own special snowflake spawn feel in the wake of our glorious victory yesterday. Give them a f-ing clip around the ear, then they'll have something to cry about!




I don't have a TV but I wonder if the BBC are shouting about how the FTSE higher now, a mere week post Brexit, than it has been for 10 months.
Could it be we were right, that the EU, BBC and the rest of the establishment and media have been lying to us all this time about the consequences of Brexit?




It's not racist or bigoted to want to know that when you elect a government, that government will do the governing, and not be answerable to Brussels. It's not wrong to think that if you live in a country, that country should be able to manage its own borders.


The EU has been rejected, in some form, by voters, in five of the last seven times the European public had a chance to have a say. The two times it won were basically by holding the population who had dared to say "no" over a barrel. Not one of the previous four rejections has been taken heed of, and nothing has changed in Brussels. That - and that alone - explains what happened in the UK. It's going to keep happening until they get the message. They show no signs of doing so, and that, in the end, will be the EU's undoing.





A lot of comments here about the culpability of the 'right-wing'. This was a result which turned on Labour voters in the north, who had no direction from their party and a burning resentment of immigration. The days of left/right politics are fast disappearing in our rear view mirror. We run with new rules...


New Statesman thinks you are reptiles: "[P]rejudice, propaganda, naked xenophobia and callous fear-mongering have won out over the common sense we British like to pride ourselves on.... the frightened, parochial lizard-brain of Britain voted out, out, out."






If you genuinely think the majority of people voted 'leave' because they're 1) idiots or 2) were lied to, then you're probably yourself not quite smart enough to be allowed a vote.


The nastiness of the Remain camp, their disgust with the electorate, is even worse than I was expecting. It can be summed up as "you greedy, old, ill-informed,brainwashed, overemotional, xenophobic idiots, look at what you have done". They've dispensed with the PC veneer to their elitism. They've parked the polite euphemisms they normally use to express their concerns about the throng. It's all out in the open now. Hell hath no fury like a Guardianista spurned by the masses. bon




OK. So we lost. Enough of the self-pity. The important thing is to mobilise and bring all pressure to bear on our new fascist overlords for a second Referendum, this time with a quadruple democratic lock: (1) Only people who voted Remain in the first Referendum allowed to vote; (2) A "Logan's Run" clause whereby as soon as a potential voter reaches 30 they fly up into the air and explode; (3) Only people who live in Gibraltar allowed to vote; (4) Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to be replaced by an open letter from David Beckham. Th
e right kind of democracy CAN and WILL prevail.'

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