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Mister Fantastic
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« on: September 09, 2017, 12:30:58 pm »

We're not leaving Europe you absolute bellend's. animated laugh

Opponents of Brexit who turned out in their tens of thousands for one of the largest marches yet against Britain’s withdrawal from the EU have been told they need to “listen and understand” leave voters (correct  Smiley  and bide their time for a referendum on any deal that may emerge.

Davey told a sea of demonstrators clad in the blue and yellow of the EU flag that the odds (saddo's), and the parliamentary arithmetic, were even more stacked against them than before.

There were gutsier cheers for bawdy chants led by other speakers who echoed slogans such as “Bollocks to Brexit” (idiots) and called for more protests as the legislation passes through parliament.

Organisers estimated that at least 50,000 protesters (when it reaches 17 million we may have a conversation) marched through central London to converge on Parliament Square.

Among the largely white, often self-admittedly middle class crowd (racists), the raw emotion and despondency of many reversers was all too evident, with many sharing stories of how the vote had directly affected their lives.

Danny Serieux, 52, from London used a word that most people reached for when asked to describe what they felt about Brexit: “devastation”. He said the money he sent to relatives in St Lucia was no longer worth as much after the decline in the value of sterling. (Oh well, at least Wellend is better off)



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No, but... I've just mentioned that, we have a one vocabulary in private and we have another vocabulary for the public domain, and that's why you don't hear it because you're the public domain.
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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2017, 12:38:05 pm »

Remainer's on the 24th June c2016



Reverser's on the 9th September 2017

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Dr Taj Hargey, Chairman, Muslim Education Centre Oxford :
No, but... I've just mentioned that, we have a one vocabulary in private and we have another vocabulary for the public domain, and that's why you don't hear it because you're the public domain.
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