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Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:34 pm

Oh the shame of it all... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Lordo » Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:45 pm

listen asshole, if i said it once i said it a million times. i shall say this one last time and ignore your ranting from now on.

17 odd miilion people voted to brexit. that was no no-deal brexit - fact
16 odd million peope voted for remain. there is only one remain

since that vote we had 2017 elections - fact

tories got 13 million votes - tory brexit not all tories voted for no deal brexit as seen by their mps voting - fact
corbyn got 12 million votes - fact

tories had no majority to carry their brexit no matter what - fact

their pact with the nazis were discusding - fact

we have a parliamentary democracy - fact
untill and when a deal is passed through the commons there is no violation of democracy - fact
pushing no-deall through withut parliamentary vote is totally undemocratic - fact

this government wil fall in the first week of september - as such an opinion but it will be confirmed as a fact

you can just fuck off to the outback - fact
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:49 pm

Lordo wrote:listen asshole, if i said it once i said it a million times. i shall say this one last time and ignore your ranting from now on.

17 odd miilion people voted to brexit. that was no no-deal brexit - fact
16 odd million peope voted for remain. there is only one remain

since that vote we had 2017 elections - fact

tories got 13 million votes - tory brexit not all tories voted for no deal brexit as seen by their mps voting - fact
corbyn got 12 million votes - fact

tories had no majority to carry their brexit no matter what - fact

their pact with the nazis were discusding - fact

we have a parliamentary democracy - fact
untill and when a deal is passed through the commons there is no violation of democracy - fact
pushing no-deall through withut parliamentary vote is totally undemocratic - fact

this government wil fall in the first week of september - as such an opinion but it will be confirmed as a fact

you can just fuck off to the outback - fact


You had a referendum and more people voted to BREXIT! FACT!

Thdere is no such thing as NO DEAL BREXIT! FACT! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now, let's get back to the topic at hand.

You are a Guardian Reader! Is this who you vote for? :lol:
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Wed Aug 28, 2019 1:25 pm

Here's the actual voting slip.
It was not addressed to sheep, it was not addressed to Martians. It was addressed to British people who by 90% KNEW that if they vote leave their Govnt should within 2 years agree the terms with the EU. Now be honest and admit that the vast majority of those who voted to leave, also expected to leave with a deal.

If that's questionable, then the referendum was not clear regarding the "Leave" part, and should be done again.

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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby cyprusgrump » Wed Aug 28, 2019 1:40 pm

Lordo wrote:listen asshole, if i said it once i said it a million times. i shall say this one last time and ignore your ranting from now on.

17 odd miilion people voted to brexit. that was no no-deal brexit - fact
16 odd million peope voted for remain. there is only one remain

since that vote we had 2017 elections - fact

tories got 13 million votes - tory brexit not all tories voted for no deal brexit as seen by their mps voting - fact
corbyn got 12 million votes - fact

tories had no majority to carry their brexit no matter what - fact

their pact with the nazis were discusding - fact

we have a parliamentary democracy - fact
untill and when a deal is passed through the commons there is no violation of democracy - fact
pushing no-deall through withut parliamentary vote is totally undemocratic - fact

this government wil fall in the first week of september - as such an opinion but it will be confirmed as a fact

you can just fuck off to the outback - fact


In the 2017 election the Conservative manifesto included the phrase, "No deal is better than a bad deal"

FACT!
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Lordo » Wed Aug 28, 2019 1:46 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Lordo wrote:listen asshole, if i said it once i said it a million times. i shall say this one last time and ignore your ranting from now on.

17 odd miilion people voted to brexit. that was no no-deal brexit - fact
16 odd million peope voted for remain. there is only one remain

since that vote we had 2017 elections - fact

tories got 13 million votes - tory brexit not all tories voted for no deal brexit as seen by their mps voting - fact
corbyn got 12 million votes - fact

tories had no majority to carry their brexit no matter what - fact

their pact with the nazis were discusding - fact

we have a parliamentary democracy - fact
untill and when a deal is passed through the commons there is no violation of democracy - fact
pushing no-deall through withut parliamentary vote is totally undemocratic - fact

this government wil fall in the first week of september - as such an opinion but it will be confirmed as a fact

you can just fuck off to the outback - fact


In the 2017 election the Conservative manifesto included the phrase, "No deal is better than a bad deal"

FACT!

and just remind me again how many votes did "no deal is better than a bad deal" get again ?
was it 13 million by any chance.
now, here we are with a non-binding referendum, and a binding election in 2017 and you still think no-deal has a mandate.

what you really need is visit a medic. you lost all your logic if you ever had any. i suspect it is that bloomin bucket on yout head that done it.
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Aug 28, 2019 1:51 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:Here's the actual voting slip.
It was not addressed to sheep, it was not addressed to Martians. It was addressed to British people who by 90% KNEW that if they vote leave their Govnt should within 2 years agree the terms with the EU. Now be honest and admit that the vast majority of those who voted to leave, also expected to leave with a deal.

If that's questionable, then the referendum was not clear regarding the "Leave" part, and should be done again.

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Geez, you have been captured, you have been jugulated, you have been reprogrammed, by your sheeple friends, and you have been turned into a Remainer! :shock:

Flip flops flip flops. Friggin hell, this is like a virus! :lol:

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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Aug 28, 2019 1:53 pm

Lordo wrote:
cyprusgrump wrote:
Lordo wrote:listen asshole, if i said it once i said it a million times. i shall say this one last time and ignore your ranting from now on.

17 odd miilion people voted to brexit. that was no no-deal brexit - fact
16 odd million peope voted for remain. there is only one remain

since that vote we had 2017 elections - fact

tories got 13 million votes - tory brexit not all tories voted for no deal brexit as seen by their mps voting - fact
corbyn got 12 million votes - fact

tories had no majority to carry their brexit no matter what - fact

their pact with the nazis were discusding - fact

we have a parliamentary democracy - fact
untill and when a deal is passed through the commons there is no violation of democracy - fact
pushing no-deall through withut parliamentary vote is totally undemocratic - fact

this government wil fall in the first week of september - as such an opinion but it will be confirmed as a fact

you can just fuck off to the outback - fact


In the 2017 election the Conservative manifesto included the phrase, "No deal is better than a bad deal"

FACT!

and just remind me again how many votes did "no deal is better than a bad deal" get again ?
was it 13 million by any chance.
now, here we are with a non-binding referendum, and a binding election in 2017 and you still think no-deal has a mandate.

what you really need is visit a medic. you lost all your logic if you ever had any. i suspect it is that bloomin bucket on yout head that done it.


Oi Pssst! Lordo.

I posted I guardian Video up there. Better take a look at it! :lol:
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Wed Aug 28, 2019 2:04 pm

Sure but did the people who voted "leave" expected it to be a)with no deal b)an average deal or c)a bad deal?
There's no way to learn that because the referendum left much of the "leave" content vague and dependent on expectation.
Therefore the referendum itself should be declared null and void, and re conducted.
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Re: Is this what Guardian Readers vote for?

Postby Paphitis » Wed Aug 28, 2019 2:14 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:Sure but did the people who voted "leave" expected it to be a)with no deal b)an average deal or c)a bad deal?
There's no way to learn that because the referendum left much of the "leave" content vague and dependent on expectation.
Therefore the referendum itself should be declared null and void, and re conducted.


There were many debates and during those debates it was clearly explained that leave meant Britain will leave the common market.

In other words, the default position was WTO. The WTO is actually a very valid way of conducting trade. It allows most countries to have Free Trade. For example, Australia has Free Trade with the EU under Article 24 as it is currently negotiating a permanent deal with the EU now.

This no deal kerfuffle is just a fear mongering campaign.
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