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Re: Momentum's leadership - Trotsky and Poum

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:38 pm

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No, but they continued campaigning in the hope of winning the next election, just as UKIP would have continued to campaign for the next referendum if this one had not narrowly gone their way, and there is nothing wrong with this. It is part and parcel of democracy. In a democracy, everybody is entitled to argue for what they believe in and use all legal means to campaign for it, even if they only have the support of a handful of people.

Here we are talking about a position supported by 48.2% of the electorate, in a referendum where the vote was skewed because there was a high turnout among the very old, who overwhelmingly supported 'no', and a low turnout among the under 25's, who overwhelmingly supported 'yes', and those who support that position have every right to continue campaigning for it using all legal and legitimate means.

• The vote was not ‘skewed’. Everyone had the same access to information and the same opportunity to cast their vote.

• It was a subject that the ‘very old’ obviously regarded as important enough to get them to climb into their Zimmer Frames and wheelchairs or stagger down to the Polling Station with their walking sticks, to make their mark.

• The under 25’s ‘skewed’ it because they were not interested and couldn’t be bothered to get out of bed and vote.

• They had their chance and blew it ....... tough, they lost the opportunity through their own apathy. The train has left the station so little point in moaning about it now. :roll:

Anyway it is now abundantly clear ......... it was all Putin’s fault, as the US MSM and the US Intelligence Services all agree that he deliberately set out to turn the vote toward the ‘Leave Camp’ with an Internet hacking campaign and no doubt used RT and Sputnik to carry the propaganda messages that all those stupid geriatrics obviously believed. Or just maybe .... the geriatrics were just smart enough to see through the fear campaign of the ‘Remain Camp’ and assessed that the UK would be better off out of the Fourth Reich ? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Momentum's leadership - Trotsky and Poum

Postby tsukoui » Tue Jan 10, 2017 12:41 am

Time to expose this relentlessly appalling organization and others like it.

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Sanctuary Group make millions. For the year 2013-2014, the landlord reported a surplus of £42.6 million.

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Re: Momentum's leadership - Trotsky and Poum

Postby Tim Drayton » Sat Mar 25, 2017 4:16 pm

Londonrake wrote:

Once we are out of the EU you and those of similar views are quite entitled to campaign for the UK to rejoin. Good luck with that one. I suspect that if the referendum had been about should Britain join you would be a fairly lonely man.

Lonely man, eh? Here is a picture from today's pro-EU march in London:

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