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Old 14.01.2019, 16:32
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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How could you expect voters to understand what Brexit would actually be in the first place without explaining the implications it would have on business, trade and the Northern Ireland Border. All of those things should have been thought and planned out and explained as part of the Brexit vote in the first place.
Some did, or had at least a reason-based opinion.

They were and are labeled project fear.

There was no need to counter their reasoning as long as it was kept in "emotion" territory. All it took was to keep the "believe me", "us vs them" game going.

In a sense this is still the case, IMHO it's what leads you to believe it's all May's fault and that she planned on revoking A50 all along. As if it was by her machinations that her candidacy for PM was eventually unchallenged, and that she intentionally threw the the Tories' majority down the drain last yeear.

I just wonder why you don't add Cameron into the mix, after all he must have known all along what the vote would end up with. Clearly he's behind it all, he must be the puppet master playing everybody else.
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