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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    now you said it, making absolutely no sense and trying to throw shit arguments again

    truth does hurt, doesn't it Brexiteeeeer
    What? You made up a number of 2 million to claim that remainers are now in the majority. A totally made up number that came from nowhere but your imagination and warped mind. I replied with a number of 8 million taking the opposite view. Seems you want to be able to make up shit but don't want others to do the same. What is it with you frites and mayonnaise munchers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    typical fake arguments from a Brexiteeer. First, things we know now means that a REF2 is definitely a necessity. Why would you omit that right to the people who want to make an informed decision. Granted a REMAIN win would throw another layer of problem and debates but at least everyone would be debating on something that is tangible. For now all you fookers are all talking out of your arse for months, and it is leading to no where. What are you afraid of with REF2? granted, you Brexiteers are cowards and don't like to face the truth, but with Brexit it's something you can't afford.

    As for the stupid vote, ok for REF1 we can give them the benefit of doubt, but knowing what we know now, let's see if the stupid confirm their stupid choices, and if they do in a REF2, then there will be no doubt about their stupidity

    basically REF2 is a necessity to remove any doubt about Brexit, that's what you Brexit loons keep missing
    All you need to know is that eurotrash remain advocates have no say in the matter. Your euro masters decide everything for you and you are content to be herded like the sheep you are.

    Kindly cease and desist from further comment, especially as you don't understand politics, or the UK. Ignorant eurotrash peasants should be fixing their shit back home, not interfering in matters that don't concern them. Your eU masters have made your bed, now you must lie on it.

    You don't have a dog in this fight so fuck off back to your socialist quagmire.

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    a 2m swing vote out of 36m voters is a reasonable statistical assumption, Brexit genius

    you didn't finish school so you probably have no idea what I am taking about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    All you need to know is that eurotrash remain advocates have no say in the matter. Your euro masters decide everything for you and you are content to be herded like the sheep you are.
    that's rich coming from vassals to the Queen

    you guys will never grow up out of your vassal system, and will keep fighting and fucking each other under her name

    it's just too fucking funny to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    a 2m swing vote out of 36m voters is a reasonable statistical assumption, Brexit genius
    An assumption by you. Not based on facts.
    And also an assumption that your made up swing is towards remain and not towards leave. Piss poor and biased.

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    I have no idea what I am taking about
    Indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    An assumption by you. Not based on facts.
    And also an assumption that your made up swing is towards remain and not towards leave. Piss poor and biased.
    an assumption made by most statisticians, that is about 5% of the total vote, if you understand better percentages

    as for your assumptions towards leave, clearly demonstrate your grasp of reality, or more precisely, lack of, and why you loons live in denial and fly in lala land

    or maybe you were absent for the last 2 years and missed the full shitshow

    like I said, truth hurts, and will blind you like the light if you are living in a cave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    as for your assumptions towards leave, clearly demonstrate your grasp of reality, or more precisely, lack of, and why you loons live in denial and fly in lala land
    I have made no such assumption at all. I merely highlighted that your assumption is biased and that any possible change could go the other way - to leave.

    Clearly you have no idea, Buttplug. Go back to your frites and mayonnaise. Roast beef is far too complex for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    ^ You have no idea, Buttplug. Go back to your frites and mayonnaise. Roast beef is far too complex for you.
    the signature of whining losers "you don't know us, we are great, and you are bad, you don't understand our issues"

    did Moose that obese bird hacked your account?

    you are just being another Brexit fool, no idea, fully manipulated, and proud to be

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    Dragonfly: Posts 2,045

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I merely highlighted that your assumption is biased and that any possible change could go the other way - to leave.
    like I said, gravity doesn't apply to you, or you have missing the Brexit shitshow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Mr Trump also said the UK should include Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage in talks with the EU, describing him as "a very smart person".
    Compared to Trump he may be..

    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Mr Trump's comments came after he said Boris Johnson would be an "excellent" Conservative Party leader.
    He must be taking the piss.

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    ^ I agree with both your comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
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    typical chav response when they don't know how to address the facts

    anyway, all this is acadmic, since you are going to revoke Brexit soon

    now the question is who is going to do the deed,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    ^ I agree with both your comments.
    you don't like BoJo? I think he is fantastic and would lead you to a great Brexit future

    until he revokes everything on the eve of the EU extension deadline
    Last edited by Dragonfly; 02-06-2019 at 08:55 PM.

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    I am American and really don't know much about the dynamics, involved in the decision making on both sides of brexit. I Think that prevailing geopolitical/ economic trends make brexit a mistake, but not being a Brit I don't have an organic understanding of the issue as you all do.
    I have being reading this Threads in this and other forums,much like when you have to look when you drive by a car accident, and so far I have learned one thing , that either side thinks the other side are idiots.
    I have said it before and I will say it again, regardless of what happens, unless the outcomes are spectacularly successful, You guys are Royally screwed. You will all blame each other for anything that goes wrong, As I think they will, do to the economic disruptions brought upon as by AI and automation. We are on for a rough ride, and you guys are taking your car apart.
    I will be very surprised if the UK endures.
    This Brexit will go down in history as the greatest self inflicted wound in recorded history. a blunder of monumental proportions . And if you take the EU down with you, Putin and the multinationals will be laughing their heads off, as they pick off each one of you individually, and play you against each other.
    I think it was Alexander the great who said "Divide and conquer"
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    The evil elite are playing dirty games here in the UK. My Thai household X 3 voted UKIP. I know our votes where not counted, yet the evil Brits claim the higher moral ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    I will be very surprised if the UK endures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    This Brexit will go down in history as the greatest self inflicted wound in recorded history. a blunder of monumental proportions . And if you take the EU down with you, Putin and the multinationals will be laughing their heads off, as they pick off each one of you individually, and play you against each other.
    Both Putin and Trump are interested in a weaker Europe which doesn't speak with one voice and both of them are interfering in Brexit as a first step to break up the union while at the same time saying that EU is a good idea..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    My Thai household X 3 voted UKIP.
    And this is the sort of activity you consider warrants dooming the country to decades of economic misery, nev.

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    A must watch from the Aussies. Great video. https://twitter.com/darrenplymouth/s...73754774941697

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    And if you take the EU down with you, Putin and the multinationals will be laughing their heads off,
    Putin would prefer to see more integration in the EU. He is well aware of the antipathy of the French in particular to the US, and sees a federal EU as an opportunity to remove NATO and have it replaced by a European army.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    And this is the sort of activity you consider warrants dooming the country to decades of economic misery, nev.
    Wasabi posting on TD will not force decades of economic misery on the UK, cyrille. Neither will three votes for UKIP.

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    Spot on, Vlad.

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