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BREXIT - 29 March 2019

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  1. 1. With regards to Britains vote on leaving the EU. Will you vote to stay IN or get OUT.



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24 minutes ago, Heero Yuy said:

There has literally not been a better opportunity for them to strike. 

Maybe not, but is this the best its gna get?

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17 minutes ago, Grafter said:

Maybe not, but is this the best its gna get?

Fair point, but It’s a massive gamble.

As soon as May took that bill off the table Jeremy  should’ve struck. She won’t bring that back to parliament now until shes certain it will pass imo.

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1 hour ago, Badman said:

Why cant remain be a viable option?

If its what the people want then its what the people want.

Its not 2016 anymore 

I really disagree with this. We have to follow through with the referendum result. 

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10 minutes ago, Mr. Martinez said:

I really disagree with this. We have to follow through with the referendum result. 

Why must we when it was such a small margin? And many people are changing their minds already

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Ideally, remain is the best option. It's too late for a 2nd ref.

Best realistic option is to take Mays deal as bad as it is. No one likes the deal. That's something both sides have in common. No one feeling like they have won is the only way we can move forward from this mess. Everyone takes a L collectively.

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38 minutes ago, Grafter said:

Why must we when it was such a small margin? And many people are changing their minds already

It was one of the biggest turnouts for any election since the war. 

Leave won. 

We can't undo that. As much as I hate the result. We just can't undo it. 

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3 minutes ago, Mr. Martinez said:

It was one of the biggest turnouts for any election since the war. 

Leave won. 

We can't undo that. As much as I hate the result. We just can't undo it. 

I kno that

Don't feel you addressed what I said though

Just sounds like rhetoric repetition. 

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Check the internal poll, Mr Martinez voted "Out"... We don't "have" to do anything, it was a non legally binding advisory referendum... It holds next to no power.

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Additionally Leaves narrow victory was based on tremendous lying and illegal spending. Also a whole heap of Leave voters have died of natural causes since the referendum. Remain should very much be an option, nothing will happen. Leave voters don't have the minerals or fitness for civil unrest.

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@Grafter It's only the dictator's way in countries where the ruling government is above the law... in this country the law rules above legislators, therefore people who partake in violence against a democratic decision by the sovereign (in this country is parliament on behalf of the queen) is a seditionist. Autocrats may use the rule of law as a pretext for crushing legitimate dissent, however in coutnries where the law actually rules, the use of state violence against seditionists is not only legal but the responsibility of law enforcement agencies. 

When I say brutality I mean by strictly applying the letter of the law to seditionists with no allowance or special treatment just because they have nativist gripes and delusions (because rioters will  be from the same sectors of the populace as law enforcement officials who are tasked with quelling their riots and civil war overtures, i.e. their job will be to tear gas and arrest their own siblings and parents in this instance)... they should be dealt with in the same way as student riots, 2011 looting sprees or even just football hooligan madnesses. 

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1 hour ago, Drift said:

Check the internal poll, Mr Martinez voted "Out"... We don't "have" to do anything, it was a non legally binding advisory referendum... It holds next to no power.

I voted remain bro (In the actual referendum)

We might as well just do away with democracy in any shape or form if we're going to start saying elections won on the back of lies or 'small' margins don't count. 

It makes no sense. 

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