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The whole Brexit agreement is an EU threat and look at the result. No one wants it, leading to the quivering remainer massive into a lets have another referendum frenzy. They have given us a poor deal. SE25 is already up for machine gunning protesters.

The whole Ireland border thing is little more than a threat. They aren't budging on that despite knowing the concerns of all parties. It seems to me that its an attempt to split the DUP and torys. In itself its an attempt at a threat to break up Britain. They have their hooks in us and won't let go.

It goes on, aided and abetted by government departments. swissrolls comment on not traveling to Europe, Spain/Gib, threats on security and defence. The Polish PM and already told Tusk to feck off over his threat not to renegotiate. Macron making threats about fishing in a post Brexit deal...…………..google for more. We have to come to the trade deal next.

Remainers are being bullied by the EU and don't even see it.
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Our history of using gunboats in Europe is not very admirable. Firebombing neutral Copenhagen was, even by the standards of the day, pretty shitty.
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You must have missed the last 2 years where the government has been trying to work out a way to implement Brexit.

We even invoked Article 50
Are you really this stupid?

Brexit hasn't been implemented yet, despite the referendum result.
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Here is a helpful example for the slower-witted.

Imagine the Scottish Independence referendum had gone the other way, let's say the Scots voted 'Yes' by a margin of 52-48.

Let's say the subsequent negotiations working out the details were more protracted than anticipated, with Westminster making it clear they thought the Scots had made a mistake and were stupid.

Would it be reasonable to not implement Scottish independence in this scenario?
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Do you have some sort of digital interface that turns the shit from your arse into words on a screen? Impressive.
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False analogy.

The correct analogy would be: the Scots realise it’s a disaster and try to undo it.
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Here is a helpful example for the slower-witted.

Imagine the Scottish Independence referendum had gone the other way, let's say the Scots voted 'Yes' by a margin of 52-48.

Let's say the subsequent negotiations working out the details were more protracted than anticipated, with Westminster making it clear they thought the Scots had made a mistake and were stupid.

Would it be reasonable to not implement Scottish independence in this scenario?
It would be for the Scots to come to that decision to change their mind. Westminster stopping them would be an outrage.

Most Scots would hope that the snp would have some kind of plan for Scottish independence. After all they've been banging on about it for years.

The current UK government has no plan for brexit. They delayed triggering article 50 for a year. I thought this was a sensible move to think up a plan. They clearly still had no plan so had a general election where no one up for election had a plan (other than the lib dems who would have sought to cancel the whole thing).

Possible I'm wrong and the snp alwoupd have been just as clueless as UKIP, Boris JRM etc who have no bright ideas on this other than to complain we got a bad deal with no suggestions for anything better.
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Here is a helpful example for the slower-witted.

Imagine the Scottish Independence referendum had gone the other way, let's say the Scots voted 'Yes' by a margin of 52-48.

Let's say the subsequent negotiations working out the details were more protracted than anticipated, with Westminster making it clear they thought the Scots had made a mistake and were stupid.

Would it be reasonable to not implement Scottish independence in this scenario?
It's an interesting example. And it sort of happened. During the referendum campaign up there, the SNP asserted that an independent Scotland could just walk into the EU. They were disabused of that notion.

Had independence won in the referendum but it became clear soon after that an independent Scotland would not be able to join the EU in the short to medium term, it might have been absolutely justified to have a re-run of the referendum.
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Are you really this stupid?

Brexit hasn't been implemented yet, despite the referendum result.
You like to start posts with insults.
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Are you really this stupid?

Brexit hasn't been implemented yet, despite the referendum result.
That's exactly what he said!

You really are still "winning" all your arguments.
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Here is a helpful example for the slower-witted.

Imagine the Scottish Independence referendum had gone the other way, let's say the Scots voted 'Yes' by a margin of 52-48.

Let's say the subsequent negotiations working out the details were more protracted than anticipated, with Westminster making it clear they thought the Scots had made a mistake and were stupid.

Would it be reasonable to not implement Scottish independence in this scenario?
Another one.
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In that case, just in case anybody was thinking of taking this post seriously, this poster is casually racist and casually sexist.
Oh look, two insults for the price of one.
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You half-wit.

You understand democracy about as much as you understand history, geography and maths.
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Taking the Scottish referendum example a step further.....

I didn't support Scottish independence. But in the event of the democratic will if the Scottish people being thwarted, I for one would support whatever direct action they decided to take, taking to the streets, yellow vest riots, whatever it took.

Democracy is too important and too precious to let one's personal voting preferences get in the way.
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Actually, all these insults point to a result most probably being the same a bit of a stalemate where both sides think each side are stupid, debating any real arguments are secondary and repetitive which hold not much reasoning now.

People are too entrenched bit like parliament.
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Are you really this stupid?

Brexit hasn't been implemented yet, despite the referendum result.
If you want to talk stupid, just read the bollocks you write.

We have handed in our "notice" to the EU and are scheduled to leave early next year. What the **** did you think would happen? That we'd quit the day after the vote?

The government has done nothing but obsess about Brexit for the last 2 years, to the point where there was a warning today from MPs that its needs to be sorted as its impacting everything else.
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Taking the Scottish referendum example a step further.....

I didn't support Scottish independence.
So it's ok for the UK to leave a political union but not the Scots?
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Here is a helpful example for the slower-witted.
Too funny.

Ragman calling a number of posters out for being stupid, slow witted etc.

This from the "winner" who get's sucked in by 9/11 conspiracy theories.

Keep it up Raggers. Very amusing.
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