Dont be so sure. It was hardly a massive majority that voted to leave. If at the time Cameron and his cabinet had not been so dismissive of the Brexit faction the result could have been easily a narrow win for remain.
Back in 2016 Farage was all gung ho for a second referendum in the event of a narrow loss for Brexit. Funny how he did a complete u-turn on that when the vote narrowly went in the way he wanted.
No, he was against those that voted to remain who lost by the same narrow margin having a second referendum that he himself wanted if leave had lost. He is a hypocrite just like your bog standard politician.
Last night I was astonished to see remainers holding candle lit vigils. For goodness sake how crass and immature is that?
Remainers still think glass half-empty. If they would only realise the potential of the UK and shout us up…not down there would be more sense in that.
After years of neglecting our country while paying into a club that has dictated to us what we can and can’t do, it’s time to spend on our country to make it great again. The EU was happily taking our contribution even though we had real poverty in our country and the worst infrastructure…but they had to milk us dry so our tax payers paid for struggling and lazy counties to have better road and rail networks and lower retirement ages.
The ill-conceived and misbegotten EU project is finished, especially now they won’t have our membership contributions which they’d earmarked to construct their new army: and with the vox pop discontent in other member states (especially Italy) which is being kept out of the news broadcasts, I’ll be surprised if it lasts another 10 months without going bankrupt. It’s a house of cards, and it’s about to come crashing down - and I pity the populaces of the member countries for the chaos which is in store for them when it does.
And if feels so good. It has been like being becalmed in the May doldrums for nearly 4 years when suddenly along comes BoJo like a welcome wind to fill the sails and get us on course to independence and self-respect again. It’s a bit like when The Blessed Margaret came along after Labour had made us ‘the sick man of Europe’, and she saved us from national obscurity. Sorry for all the metaphors?
I recall being taught that one cannot defeat a political enemy without knowledge of its tenets. You must convince others that a political threat promotes things that are undesirable by any person who values common decency and equality of opportunity.
Islam has two agendas; one religious, one political.
I recently purchased a very short, paperback book Sharia Law for Non-Muslims.
I am about 24 pages into its total 51 pages of text. I read a few pages very carefully, then reread the same pages perhaps several times, to verify the context of the words and convince myself that I understand what is being said, no matter how outlandish it may seem.
To convince your friends and neighbors of the need to rid Great Britain of Islam, I suggest you study Islam and Sharia Law.
I have no financial interest in the sales of these books but I do recommend the books published by CSPI, Center for the Study of Political Islam. They are listed in the Preface to the one book I have purchased to date.
The books are divided into Levels of Learning, 1 thru 4. Each Level consists of several books.
Here are just two examples of the repugnance of Islam:
While this topic is very loosely connected to the thread topic, I think it should be discussed further in a separate thread.
An excellent post as usual, asaratis. I’m now going to look for a thread where I can comment on it a bit further . . . I have something to say about the stabbings in Streatham yesterday, which you (nor anyone else probably) won’t agree with, but then that’s what discussion forums are all about. Suffice to recollect I posted yesterday that some of the stabbings here are terror-related?