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I posted this on the Trump thread last week iirc, it was gaining momentum last week, but the media has been trying to suppress it, don't think it ever made it to trending on twitter.

and yes, #walkaway is now being blamed on the Russians.

 

 

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Ive never understood the mentality of people who give parties a free pass no matter what. But there's plenty out there. If there werent, even in the last decade, the muzzer child abuse coverups, illegal pointless wars, mass immigration and alignment with terrorists would have finished labour, the student betrayals finished the lib dems and the current unfolding brexit gotterdammerung would have finished the tories. And the housing crisis should have finished off the lot of them.

Ah well. Kudos to the ex-Democrats who have had the integrity to say 'hang on a minute, this isnt right.'

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21 hours ago, Hail the Tripod said:

 

This is really interesting, thanks for posting. Mr Adams is right on the nail with his observation that the anti-Trumpers are full of imaginary fears which are driving them half-mad. They are living illustrations of the old saying 'My life has been full of worries, mostly about things that never happened'. 

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7 minutes ago, twocents said:

In Britain it should be

#WalkAwayLibLabCon.

A similar movement could not really happen in the UK because we do not have any more the underlying sense of patriotism and national self pride. A lot of the Walk Away members seem to have got disillusioned with the national self-hatred and lack of respect for American culture and common-law rights that the anti-Trumpers have been displaying. That couldn't happen here because such values are long gone. 

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3 minutes ago, Austin Allegro said:

. That couldn't happen here because such values are long gone

Don't agree - I think that these values are a significant part of the driving force behind the free tommy movement. They see it not just as "Free this bloke cos he's been jailed unfairly" but as "Free this bloke cos he's standing up for Britain and British values against the multiculturalism that we're constantly told is wonderful but in fact has got horrible (and non - British) downsides. 

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3 minutes ago, DocH said:

Don't agree - I think that these values are a significant part of the driving force behind the free tommy movement. They see it not just as "Free this bloke cos he's been jailed unfairly" but as "Free this bloke cos he's standing up for Britain and British values against the multiculturalism that we're constantly told is wonderful but in fact has got horrible (and non - British) downsides. 

Perhaps you are right, but those values are no longer part of the ruling establishment or of what might be called the middle class, unlike in America, where it still seems possible for, say, a state school teacher or civil servant to have a sense of national pride. 

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1 hour ago, Austin Allegro said:

A similar movement could not really happen in the UK because we do not have any more the underlying sense of patriotism and national self pride. A lot of the Walk Away members seem to have got disillusioned with the national self-hatred and lack of respect for American culture and common-law rights that the anti-Trumpers have been displaying. That couldn't happen here because such values are long gone. 

I don't think it's a formalised movement is it - it's just people doing their own thing on youtube using the #WalkAway banner.  I think it could happen in Britain it just needs a spark of some sort to catch on - whether it or something similar will or will not in Britain is another matter but it could.  It doesn't have to be for exactly the same reasons and in the same way as in the US. 

It would be a recognition that the LibLabCons have stitched up Britain and the British people especially over recent decades.  One example being with the eu and now with Brexit - there's a long list of examples such as housing and so on.

It is already happening in a less dramatic and maybe broader way in Britain with the eu referendum vote,  the emergence of UKIP and support right around the world for Mr Robinson.

In Britain I think the main important point is that #WalkAwayLibLAbCon is walking away from the three main parties - rather than walking away from a single party and just into the arms of another almost identical main party which just plays into the hands of the string pullers.

Just replace the words liberal and Democrat with LibLabCon in Brandon Straka's video - as a start.

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