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Old 14.12.2018, 15:16
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Leaving the EU is in no way comparable to voting in a moron as President.

The only thing that is comparable is the non-stop howling we've had to endure from the losing sides since their respective votes who can't accept the result.
It is comparable if many people voted for a moron as a president because they bought too much into a certain type of propaganda. He promised a lot of things that are not going to see the light during his presidency the same way as Brexiteers promised only good stuff to come the average Joe's way when we all know it's not gonna happen. It was a dirty campaign that can compete very well with was has happened in the land of the free and the brave...

Brexit campaigners should have used pertinent and true arguments for their case. As I already said above - Remainers are not going to accept the vote result so willingly because it's based on a farce*. Had it been a natural result of people being correctly informed about the whole situation, pluses and minuses, probably people wouldn't fight so hard this vote.

*you can find the recipe in any classical propaganda textbook. It really was made by the book. I'm sorry Loz, you do have some points and good arguments, but you also have to accept there's also another side of the story.
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