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  • NeoSEC28
    39616 posts
    edited June 2016
    HomerND84 wrote:
    Hey Americain friends you fretting over trump it could be worse you could have clown Boris Johnson. Google Boris Johnson antics and you'll see what I mean. Hey it might someday happen. He was born in America.

    Just check his football skills :lol:

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    Age doesnt matter to him either :lol:


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  • NicholasD1984
    2666 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    NeoSEC28 wrote:
    HomerND84 wrote:
    Hey Americain friends you fretting over trump it could be worse you could have clown Boris Johnson. Google Boris Johnson antics and you'll see what I mean. Hey it might someday happen. He was born in America.

    Just check his football skills :lol:

    eJU97Sl.gif

    Age doesnt matter to him either :lol:


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    Thanks matey for finding them for me :lol:
  • NicholasD1984
    2666 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    Here's him on a zip wire :lol:

  • juliet603
    17888 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    Johnny2bd wrote:
    Fear mongering wins out over economic self-interest; seems to be the way the world is trending these days. Depressing.

    That reminds me, I haven't read "The Masquerade of the Red Death" in awhile...

    I love Europe and voted remain.

    Edgar Allen Poe seems quite appropriate-The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether to my mind.

    Funny how you're the type to know Poe and voted remain... ;) most leavers still think Saint George was English
  • barrymcerlea
    2096 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    Common sense? This is one the dumbest things the British could have done. By far.

    A Nexit? You must be one of those nujij'ers who shouts a lot on news sites without any basic knowledge. There is absolutely nothing to gain for us. We are one of the smallest countries in the world and by switching back to the old status we will have little to no say as well. There will be no advantage for foreign companies anymore to be in The Netherlands.

    Everything we worked hard for for years in Europe is being destroyed by people with your short minded attitude. Disgusting.

    They took our jobs!

    I agree with all of the above.

    Really disgusting.

    The fear instilled by the leave campaign roused racist bigotry toward migrants, even though they're some of the hardest working people I've ever seen and are creating jobs and fulfilling vital services our own people wouldn't bother to do, apparently the majority of the population still believe they are the root of all of our problems. The love and peace presiding over hate that Jo Cox died for has been spat at in the face.

    Now border controls will likely be instilled halfway through my own country, between Northern Ireland and Ireland. All opinion polls said remain would win. Instead the leave campaign clinched it and we're looking at a Trump lookalike for Prime Minister. Don't make the same mistake America.

    I predict that Scotland will hold an independence referendum in the next two or three years and will rejoin the EU, followed swiftly by one for Northern Ireland.

    On a side note, do find it curious that in Scotland and Northern Irelands the majority in each was for remain. England and Wales only voted for leave. It's times like this I remember I'm still in an occupied country, even if it's masked well.
  • juliet603
    17888 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    Common sense? This is one the dumbest things the British could have done. By far.

    A Nexit? You must be one of those nujij'ers who shouts a lot on news sites without any basic knowledge. There is absolutely nothing to gain for us. We are one of the smallest countries in the world and by switching back to the old status we will have little to no say as well. There will be no advantage for foreign companies anymore to be in The Netherlands.

    Everything we worked hard for for years in Europe is being destroyed by people with your short minded attitude. Disgusting.

    They took our jobs!

    I agree with all of the above.

    Really disgusting.

    The fear instilled by the leave campaign roused racist bigotry toward migrants, even though they're some of the hardest working people I've ever seen and are creating jobs and fulfilling vital services our own people wouldn't bother to do, apparently the majority of the population still believe they are the root of all of our problems. The love and peace presiding over hate that Jo Cox died for has been spat at in the face.

    Now border controls will likely be instilled halfway through my own country, between Northern Ireland and Ireland. All opinion polls said remain would win. Instead the leave campaign clinched it and we're looking at a Trump lookalike for Prime Minister. Don't make the same mistake America.

    I predict that Scotland will hold an independence referendum in the next two or three years and will rejoin the EU, followed swiftly by one for Northern Ireland.

    On a side note, do find it curious that in Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales the majority in each was for remain. England was the only country for leave. It's times like this I remember I'm still in an occupied country, even if it's masked well.

    Well said! Although I think Wales were leave as well, but you guys should get the f out of Britain while you can! And can I live at your house when you do? :mrgreen:
  • barrymcerlea
    2096 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    oops yeah - I got my figures from this morning wrong. Wales was 51/49 for leave not remain.

    Sorry Juliet, I don't think we can take any more migrants in case you take our jobs and ruin our economy again!
  • juliet603
    17888 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    oops yeah - I got my figures from this morning wrong. Wales was 51/49 for leave not remain.

    Sorry Juliet, I don't think we can take any more migrants in case you take our jobs and ruin our economy again!

    :cry: I understand!
  • NicholasD1984
    2666 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    @barry people have been saying bad things from leaving but can someone here tell me the risks of remaining there must be some risks. Am asking cos the remain camps never mentioned them. One of the reasons I voted out was because am sick and tired of immigrants coming here and claiming benefits for family members who don't even live here.

    As for Scotland wanting to leave and Northern Ireland I say bye bye and don't come crawling back if it doesn't work out for you. You lot want to leave and we should take you back if it fails. Also don't expect to use our army and have access to our cash either.
  • wilki1999
    3974 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    I too think that leaving is a bad idea. If I was old enough, I'd have voted to remain. I find it interesting how the results showed that younger voters wanted to stay, whereas more older voters who wanted to leave shifted the vote in their direction. It annoys me because it's our future and us that it's going to affect the most, yet the older people have made decisions for our future - it's us that will have to live with the consequences longest.
  • barrymcerlea
    2096 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    HomerND84 wrote:
    @barry people have been saying bad things from leaving but can someone here tell me the risks of remaining there must be some risks. Am asking cos the remain camps never mentioned them. One of the reasons I voted out was because am sick and tired of immigrants coming here and claiming benefits for family members who don't even live here.

    As for Scotland wanting to leave and Northern Ireland I say bye bye and don't come crawling back if it doesn't work out for you. You lot want to leave and we should take you back if it fails. Also don't expect to use our army and have access to our cash either.

    I agree, I hate helping people too.
  • NicholasD1984
    2666 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    wilki1999 wrote:
    I too think that leaving is a bad idea. If I was old enough, I'd have voted to remain. I find it interesting how the results showed that younger voters wanted to stay, whereas more older voters who wanted to leave shifted the vote in their direction. It annoys me because it's our future and us that it's going to affect the most, yet the older people have made decisions for our future - it's us that will have to live with the consequences longest.
    I do think it was wrong for the 16-17 year olds were unable to vote as its there future at stake. But also its everyone's future too no matter how old they are. Am 32 and could potentially have 70 years ahead of me, someone who is 70 could have 30 years so in effect it will affect everyone no matter of age. Mainly the older generation voted to leave was to protect their children's future. That would also be the case of the remain voters.
  • juliet603
    17888 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    wilki1999 wrote:
    I too think that leaving is a bad idea. If I was old enough, I'd have voted to remain. I find it interesting how the results showed that younger voters wanted to stay, whereas more older voters who wanted to leave shifted the vote in their direction. It annoys me because it's our future and us that it's going to affect the most, yet the older people have made decisions for our future - it's us that will have to live with the consequences longest.

    Exactly. Older generations tend to be more racist too so no surprise they voted out. Although my own and my partners parents voted in and are in their late 60s, they are well educated. Young people are much more clued up about politics than the older generations these days, so they should definitely have been given a vote. :(

    @barry if you like you can borrow my army - it won't be much, but then with the whole of Europe behind you if you remain, I'm sure you'll do ok ;)

    I think it's ironic how the slogan 'let's make Great Britain great again' was used by leavers, yet it looks like there will be no Great Britain soon because of this :lol:
  • barrymcerlea
    2096 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    Phew! Crisis averted, I have Juliet's army. All we need to do is throw a blobfish at the enemy troops and they'll run away with their tails between their legs :twisted: :twisted: :lol:
  • NicholasD1984
    2666 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    juliet603 wrote:
    wilki1999 wrote:
    I too think that leaving is a bad idea. If I was old enough, I'd have voted to remain. I find it interesting how the results showed that younger voters wanted to stay, whereas more older voters who wanted to leave shifted the vote in their direction. It annoys me because it's our future and us that it's going to affect the most, yet the older people have made decisions for our future - it's us that will have to live with the consequences longest.

    Exactly. Older generations tend to be more racist too so no surprise they voted out. Although my own and my partners parents voted in and are in their late 60s, they are well educated. Young people are much more clued up about politics than the older generations these days, so they should definitely have been given a vote. :(

    @barry if you like you can borrow my army - it won't be much, but then with the whole of Europe behind you if you remain, I'm sure you'll do ok ;)

    I think it's ironic how the slogan 'let's make Great Britain great again' was used by leavers, yet it looks like there will be no Great Britain soon because of this :lol:

    So the ones who are aged 25+ till say bout 40s aren't clued up about politics hey? Am double his age and I know a lot about politics. I watch a lot of politics on sky new bbc news and bbc parliment. Am interested in politics.

    As for saying its the leave's fault of making Scotland or Ireland leave that's their choice were not forcing them to leave its them who are braking up the uk not the leave campaign.
  • juliet603
    17888 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    Phew! Crisis averted, I have Juliet's army. All we need to do is throw a blobfish at the enemy troops and they'll run away with their tails between their legs :twisted: :twisted: :lol:

    :lol: a blobfish army!! That would freak them out!

    @Nick 25-40s are fine, I'm in that age group myself - I meant like 70s plus when I said the older generations.

    But you and lots of other Brexit ppl are now getting aggressive towards NI and Scotland for wanting to leave, that's weird. It's their own countries, they should do what they want. Everyone was begging Scotland to stay during their referendum and now people are turning on them? England thinks it's too important that's the problem.

    Oh and the majority of immigrants in the uk come from countries outside of the EU anyway.
  • jukan00
    2319 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    HomerND84 wrote:
    @barry people have been saying bad things from leaving but can someone here tell me the risks of remaining there must be some risks. Am asking cos the remain camps never mentioned them. One of the reasons I voted out was because am sick and tired of immigrants coming here and claiming benefits for family members who don't even live here.

    As for Scotland wanting to leave and Northern Ireland I say bye bye and don't come crawling back if it doesn't work out for you. You lot want to leave and we should take you back if it fails. Also don't expect to use our army and have access to our cash either.

    There's that stiff upper lip we've heard so much about! :lol:
  • jukan00
    2319 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    juliet603 wrote:
    Phew! Crisis averted, I have Juliet's army. All we need to do is throw a blobfish at the enemy troops and they'll run away with their tails between their legs :twisted: :twisted: :lol:

    :lol: a blobfish army!! That would freak them out!

    @Nick 25-40s are fine, I'm in that age group myself - I meant like 70s plus when I said the older generations.

    But you and lots of other Brexit ppl are now getting aggressive towards NI and Scotland for wanting to leave, that's weird. It's their own countries, they should do what they want. Everyone was begging Scotland to stay during their referendum and now people are turning on them? England thinks it's too important that's the problem.

    Oh and the majority of immigrants in the uk come from countries outside of the EU anyway.

    Oh wha?? Why you gotta come at people with logic like that??

  • NicholasD1984
    2666 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    juliet603 wrote:
    Phew! Crisis averted, I have Juliet's army. All we need to do is throw a blobfish at the enemy troops and they'll run away with their tails between their legs :twisted: :twisted: :lol:

    :lol: a blobfish army!! That would freak them out!

    @Nick 25-40s are fine, I'm in that age group myself - I meant like 70s plus when I said the older generations.

    But you and lots of other Brexit ppl are now getting aggressive towards NI and Scotland for wanting to leave, that's weird. It's their own countries, they should do what they want. Everyone was begging Scotland to stay during their referendum and now people are turning on them? England thinks it's too important that's the problem.

    Oh and the majority of immigrants in the uk come from countries outside of the EU anyway.

    The argument on the older people not being clued up is nonsense. The majority of them were there during the good and bad times of yesteryear. They were there under the terrible years of Thatcher and her ill gotten policies. They didn't want to go back to that era it'll be the younger generation the under 30s who won't have a clue on her regime.

    As for them wanting to leave us that's their decision. I've got Scottish friends and family who think that leaving us is a terrible idea and wasting their money and going against their wishes to stay in Britain and these are for the remain in eu campaign.

    I know that a lot of people are coming to us that are non eu members but now that we'll have a better say on our borders will be better for us.
  • juliet603
    17888 posts Member
    edited June 2016
    HomerND84 wrote:
    juliet603 wrote:
    Phew! Crisis averted, I have Juliet's army. All we need to do is throw a blobfish at the enemy troops and they'll run away with their tails between their legs :twisted: :twisted: :lol:

    :lol: a blobfish army!! That would freak them out!

    @Nick 25-40s are fine, I'm in that age group myself - I meant like 70s plus when I said the older generations.

    But you and lots of other Brexit ppl are now getting aggressive towards NI and Scotland for wanting to leave, that's weird. It's their own countries, they should do what they want. Everyone was begging Scotland to stay during their referendum and now people are turning on them? England thinks it's too important that's the problem.

    Oh and the majority of immigrants in the uk come from countries outside of the EU anyway.

    The argument on the older people not being clued up is nonsense. The majority of them were there during the good and bad times of yesteryear. They were there under the terrible years of Thatcher and her ill gotten policies. They didn't want to go back to that era it'll be the younger generation the under 30s who won't have a clue on her regime.

    As for them wanting to leave us that's their decision. I've got Scottish friends and family who think that leaving us is a terrible idea and wasting their money and going against their wishes to stay in Britain and these are for the remain in eu campaign.

    I know that a lot of people are coming to us that are non eu members but now that we'll have a better say on our borders will be better for us.

    They're also the same people that voted Thatcher to begin with ;)
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