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(09-05-2019 06:55 AM)RexImperator Wrote:  
Quote:delay it and grind us all down until even the Leavers are thoroughly exhausted

This if anything this will just anger and motivate the Leave side even more. You’ll have a yellow vest movement form in the UK.

It will. Darwin's Ratchet will take effect, whereby the establishment will cull the opposition of its weak and slow members, until only the fit, strong and committed remain. And repeat.

This is why you get groups who are just on the cusp of victory, suddenly find themselves faced with an implacable enemy that inexplicably just seems to get stronger!

Although I say Brexit won't happen, that doesn't mean it won't happen eventually. Whatever happens, this will just be the beginning. Neither side will back down whether we leave or not. They will just re-gather and start new campaigns with new objectives. It's gonna turn into a damn cold civil war lasting generations. That 52-48 margin was just far, far too small whether Brexiteers (like me) like it or not. And the same goes if it ever gets reversed to 52-48 in favour of Remain.

Brexit was never going to be easy, and it's got to get a lot harder and nastier (for everyone) yet. All us plebs can do is vote harder when we get the chance. Marches, protests and demonstrations would be good, but prepare for them to be totally ignored and/or vilified by the MSM.

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09-05-2019 08:09 AM
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Wouldn't it be fun if all European patriots would take boats to Somalia or Afghanistan ?
Then we would throw back their food and ask for free housing ; Rape their girls and make some terror attacks. Local journalists woulsnthen describe us as "the new Martin Luther kings and the new Nelson Mandelas "
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09-05-2019 08:27 AM
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It was discussed here some time back about how ridiculous the Jew/Shitizen takeover would be if the roles were reversed somewhere else. Nobody would have the remotest sympathies for Europeans attempting to flood Uganda or Haiti then bend everything there to their cultural preferences, marginalize the voice of the locals and viciously police against dissent.

And that's even taking into consideration if the Europeans legitimately made these places better rather than worse. Imagine if they raped black women at 10x the national rate. There would be new Nuremberg trials up and running by the end of the week.

Knowing what we know now it would still be nonsensical in this day and age to allow Europeans to functionally invade a land filled with native inhabitants and wash away their self determination, land rights and culture, but this is precisely what the Jewish-led shitizen invasion is doing in European-built nations.

Imagine the outrage there would be if a European journalist in Uganda was caught with a reference on the wall of his office charting "percentage of Uganda non-black" gleefully listed as rising and tracked by the year.

It's becoming really hard not to hate everyone involved in this invasion.

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Brave female police officer faints after fiercely standing for almost 1 hour in the blazing Yorkshire sun during Johnson speech.





Well I certainly feel safer knowing people like her are on the beat to protect me from knife wielding youths
09-05-2019 04:29 PM
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Brexit won't happen, extensions forever.
09-06-2019 04:18 AM
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My view is that of my fellow British members, that Brexit will not happen. I have been saying this since 2016 and the reason is simple. The political class as a group don't want it to happen, therefore it won't happen. When you add in factor that at least half of the country don't want to leave, many who love the EU, then yeah, the result of this referendum is not going to be implemented.

Besides, let's not forget that Ireland voted against the Lisbon treaty in 2008, and had to vote again, resulting in the correct outcome.
09-06-2019 04:50 AM
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As others have noted, it's simply become more fuel for the rebellion.

A short term loss and a long term gain for nationalists.

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09-06-2019 04:55 AM
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I feel as though all of the dithering, indecisiveness, lack of confidence and lack of clear goals is a good analogy for the overall feeling of society in the UK.

I don't know about you guys, but the people I see around me seem lost. Everyone and everything has become feminised. Self-loathing has become trendy (the "climate crisis", veganism, immigration, remainers, etc). There's no sense of purpose other than virtue signaling bullshit. There are few strong men left to lead the way.
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09-06-2019 06:47 AM
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Quote:Besides, let's not forget that Ireland voted against the Lisbon treaty in 2008, and had to vote again, resulting in the correct outcome.

Something similar happened in France and planted the seed for what would become the Gilets Jaunes.

You can’t expect your opponents (the current power structure) to just give up because you won a vote or election. This is a struggle over years and decades.

The writing is on the wall: in order for globalists to “win”, they will have to impose even more tyranny which will only make them more unpopular, as it displays their true anti-democratic nature. They are guaranteed to fail eventually. (*Their only hope is for Europeans to die off more quickly while they import the more pliable replacements.)

The sad part is that it takes so long to turn the ship and in the meantime economies and lives are ruined.

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09-06-2019 10:43 AM
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(09-06-2019 04:50 AM)Poker Wrote:  My view is that of my fellow British members, that Brexit will not happen. I have been saying this since 2016 and the reason is simple. The political class as a group don't want it to happen, therefore it won't happen. When you add in factor that at least half of the country don't want to leave, many who love the EU, then yeah, the result of this referendum is not going to be implemented.

Besides, let's not forget that Ireland voted against the Lisbon treaty in 2008, and had to vote again, resulting in the correct outcome.

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I don't know if you gents know this...

The remainer MPs approached the EU and coordinated with them

before

their latest play and

before

they forced through their latest Remainer trickery .. through the lower house.. and through the Lords ------

in the space of one fricking day.

9.30 to 10.30 on the video.



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Looks like we will save you. Our gouvernement will veto Brexit extension.

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09-09-2019 02:37 AM
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(09-09-2019 02:37 AM)mikado Wrote:  Looks like we will save you. Our gouvernement will veto Brexit extension.

Yeah I saw that.

Whats the thinking on the ground about that in France?

Is this seen as a good thing..? Or a mistake?
09-09-2019 02:58 AM
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The majority opinion is that this situation has lasted way too long. And that a no-deal is the way to go now.

Of course it's the opinion of the masses, not the one of the bankers/compagnies/people who are invested daily in crossing the border, have british families or in Britain etc.

Macron seems to not be too bothered by a no-deal either, of course Merkel goes the opposite way.

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Germany is in recession and anything to make that worse in the eyes of the public is not on the cards. If Germany goes down the rest of the EU gets much, much worse.
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I like Niall Ferguson’s take on Brexit: it’s going to be something like going through a very nasty divorce but then your wife drops dead shortly afterwards, and you wonder if you could have just waited a little longer. The current form of the EU is doomed in the long term.

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09-09-2019 01:23 PM
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No Deal Brexit blocked by law, given Royal Assent by the Queen.

Well, fuck!

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09-09-2019 06:13 PM
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If France or anyone in the EU vetoes the extension, no-deal is still possible.

Anyway it looks like the EU is in control.

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09-10-2019 12:42 AM
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(09-06-2019 01:27 PM)N°6 Wrote:  
(09-06-2019 04:50 AM)Poker Wrote:  My view is that of my fellow British members, that Brexit will not happen. I have been saying this since 2016 and the reason is simple. The political class as a group don't want it to happen, therefore it won't happen. When you add in factor that at least half of the country don't want to leave, many who love the EU, then yeah, the result of this referendum is not going to be implemented.

Besides, let's not forget that Ireland voted against the Lisbon treaty in 2008, and had to vote again, resulting in the correct outcome.

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Thanks for that information, it says it all really, in many ways.

What's the view regarding Brexit in Northern Ireland?
09-10-2019 06:14 AM
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(09-10-2019 12:42 AM)mikado Wrote:  Anyway it looks like the EU is in control.
Ironic given that that's exactly why they want to leave.
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It's obvious to anyone with a brain that from the start, the only way the UK was ever gonna leave the EU is through an Armed rebellion. I don't see British people getting violent so they'll be cucked and made to stay in the EU as slaves.
09-10-2019 06:49 PM
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I've noticed the hashtag 'Britishindependence' trending on Twatter and had a quick look. Turns out there's a real effort from Leavers to get everyone to stop saying the word 'Brexit' and replace it with 'British Independence'.

This is a great idea, with the use of certain words like this having such a powerful emotive and clarifying effect. But I wish they'd started using it earlier.

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(09-09-2019 06:13 PM)LEMONed IScream Wrote:  No Deal Brexit blocked by law, given Royal Assent by the Queen.

Well, fuck!

Is this the Queen's first legislative ACT since the 1700s?

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