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GBDamo

Advisory vote based on clear lies and russian propaganda, sure. That's how democracy works.

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The title is a comment from a Guardian brexit related article.

 

The comment makes three, all to common, statements as fact

 

Advisory vote

based on clear lies 

russian propaganda

 

Cheers

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Posted (edited)

Slightly different tack but on the radio with that twat on in the late morning (o’brien I think) was trying to argue that the referendum was either remain or leave on a negotiated deal. O.o

i turned the radio off before I turned to violence. 

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Apparently all UK referendums are advisory,

 

https://fullfact.org/europe/was-eu-referendum-advisory/

 

So nowt special about this one.

7 minutes ago, One percent said:

Slightly different tack but on the radio with that twat on in the late morning (o’brien I think) was trying to argue that the referendum was either remain or leave on a negotiated deal. O.o

i turned the radio off before I turned to violence. 

O'brien's a cunt

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I read the Russian Propaganda as separate to the middle line but they could conflate.

As noted, Skeggy as bas come out for Facebook.

But the opener dosent say Face Book....theres room to wiggle and include the ongoing political stuff in states.

This is a setup to put your foot in it.

They arent being specific and fishing.

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1 minute ago, The Grey Man said:

Clear lies.

Which.

The other has to put this forward first or your committing to the unknown.

They put it forward, they have to say or its backfoot.

Agree with your spirit but not your meaning.

Open to interpolation.

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Russian interference in Brexit = very very bad.

President Obama saying "back of the queue" = very very good.

We voted to join a trade black in 1973 and that morphed into political union. At no time prior to 2016 were we given much say. So it's a bit rich this complaining about lies.

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So when they were saying 'Every vote counts - we WILL do what you voted for - think carfully peasant, YOU may be responsible, with your single vote, for destroying the EU' - it was only a suggestion?.

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38 minutes ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

Agree with your spirit but not your meaning.

Open to interpolation.

Yes it is open as u say.

 

I would just play cagey untill more info forwarded.

Likely an idiot anyway and reading too much into it  on my part.

But arguing with these types, they just look for mistakes and diverting.

Whats that Owen J..ones..phrase...hes accused of?

Where he diverts?

This is prime.

So for me. I would give minimal, no more, and deal with the extra as it comes.

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58 minutes ago, Great Guy said:

Russian interference in Brexit = very very bad.

President Obama saying "back of the queue" = very very good.

We voted to join a trade black in 1973 and that morphed into political union. At no time prior to 2016 were we given much say. So it's a bit rich this complaining about lies.

Small, but important point - there was never a vote around joining the common market in 1973, we joined without a vote. There was a vote in 1975 around continued membership https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1975_United_Kingdom_European_Communities_membership_referendum

It's worth noting that the most vehement objectors to the common market were the Labour Party and the Trade Unions (due to the pact on the wages of UK workers).

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