Jul 10, 2016 -- 6:52PM, map wrote:
What was leave's completely wrong picture of the undemocratic EU monster that is out to get your freedom and indepence if not scare tactics? Or them using a picture of refugees with the lone purpose of inciting fear - was that not giant scaremongering?
Jul 10, 2016 -- 6:51PM, map wrote:
ww, i read a lot of papers and all the comments were pro leave in the comments sections
Jul 10, 2016 -- 6:54PM, map wrote:
know whats funny with this call for a 2nd referndum? they say 4mil signed for one right? sure, and? 17mil voted OUT 15mil voted REMAIN, so 4mil/15mil want a 2nd referndsum OF COURSE we cant or shouldnt
That petition was set up by a Brexiter from Telford anticipating that leave would lose
Jul 10, 2016 -- 7:46PM, map wrote:
sure like the exit polls and polls all the remain camped love to talk up
There was plenty in favour of leave too.
The leave.eu guy commissioned some polling of 12k people on the day I think and it came out at 52-48
Jul 10, 2016 -- 6:57PM, map wrote:
all the remain camp were insulting leave saying they were thick, didnt know what theyre voting for, poor, lower class, uneducated - that was the tactic to try and badger people to vote remain
These demographics did generally lean leave
People said that leavers didn't know what they were voting for because some for example blame the EU for issues of previous governments or that they voted based on some idea that the NHS would get better funding which probably won't happen or that they had this idea that immigration would suddenly get slashed by a huge amount when we have large control over it
Jul 10, 2016 -- 7:54PM, edy wrote:
Banning prawn cocktail crispsThe stories you need to read, in one handy email Read moreThis is a subject that has exercised Boris Johnson for about 15 years. In 2002 he wrote that some of his “most joyous hours” had been spent composing “foam-flecked hymns of hate to the latest Euro-infamy”, the first on the list: the ban on prawn cocktail crisps.Except that the EU never banned the crisps. The EU contends that this palaver was the result of an error by the UK government, which failed to include prawn cocktail when asked to send a list of flavourings and sweeteners in current use to the EU, which was drafting a harmonised EU-wide list. When the mistake was spotted, the information was provided by the UK government and the list was amended.But this hasn’t stopped Johnson from getting angry about it. As recently as March, the former London mayor cited the “great war against the British prawn cocktail flavour crisp” as part of his evidence of Brussels-gone-mad and a reason he was campaigning to leave.Grains of truth: 1This is how Boris Johnson works
Beginning to think this buffoon would be the least bad next PM
Jul 10, 2016 -- 8:10PM, edy wrote:
Bild is running many of the same ridiculous euro myths and miseducation. You know tabloids live on fear, hate, outrage, tits and the weather forecast.
they sure do.