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Everyone has regrets - some are short lived whilst others tend to linger - for instance, I wonder if the numbers compare to those who regretted voting the current POTUS or UK Prime Minister into power?
originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: gladtobehere
I looked through the news and thought, if the majority voted one way why are the majority of news articles negative?
It's such an obvious give-away of the fact the media and those quoted do not represent us.
I know as a fact there are rooms full of pathetic traitor spooks making up the news. Can't say how I know without endangering others.
originally posted by: carewemust
The majority of Great Britain citizens are pretty savvy. They know that if the media is against something, that "something" must be good and beneficial for the country and particularly, the working class.
We're facing a similar media bad-mouthing here in America about our best Presidential candidate. As with Britain, our savvy citizens will do exactly the opposite of what the Media and government leaders are urging us to do on November 8th.
originally posted by: SprocketUK
a reply to: DerBeobachter
That's how it works, because only racists and morons want democracy don't they?
The question is will they allow the UK to wallow long enough in a state of distortion before they offer them a thinly veiled deal to appease the SJW leftist.
originally posted by: slider1982
Its just a like kid leaving home to start his own life.. Yes it is scary but in the long run you will be better off, you can walk around naked, have lots of sex with lots of people and no one will care, and eat all the junk food you want..
Leaving the EU is kinda the same.. We now need to man the f'### up and grow up to make something of our selves without mummy and daddy about.