Did only THICK people vote LEAVE

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Did only THICK people vote LEAVE

Postby FlagHostel » Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:38 pm

To all you LEAVE voters

Even if the UK DID pay £50m A DAY into the EU, it does not matter.

If you look at the results, you will see that most of Londoners voted to Remain.

Most of the the Leave voters came from other parts of the UK.

Is it because they are THICK ?

Well lets explore to see if they are THICK

London funds 10% of the UK.
That's England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland combined.

£50m A DAY is roughly £1 A DAY per person, to be in the EU.

It's a small price to pay.

The north have the highest % of benefit scroungers.
Their £1 a day is coming from their Council Tax that they are not even paying
themselves.

Working people are funding Scroungers

The reason why the UK pays this amount is because it is calculated as a % of the Countries GNP.

Or for you Oscar, that stands for Gross National Product.

So the better the UK Economy is doing, the more it pays into the EU as a %

Lets take Blackburn and Glasgow as examples outside of London.

Both places voted LEAVE.

Is the industry and profits earned within Blackburn or Glasgow going to fund
10% of the rest of the whole of the UK ?

Yes or NO - the answer is NO

If you are a student with a Scottish passport, who pays for your free 3 years University course ?

The answer is it is funded from Central Government - London.

London makes it profits from all the free trade it has within the EU and the world.

How much profit does Edinburgh make on it's own ?

Higher or lower than London.

The answer is lower.

Same with Belfast, Cardiff and Swansea ALL put together

The reason May and Boris are now telling all the EU we are not signing article 50
in a hurry, is because the need time to work out how it is all going to work.

The last thing London wants is for all NON UK banks to move their
branches out of London to say Paris, which is what the French would love to have happen.

It will be a disaster for London AND the whole of the UK if the world banks
pull their branches out of London.

If you voted Leave, it is because you have a short sighted vision.

Or thick, if you know what that word means

The only issue I agree on is migrant levels coming to the UK needs controlling.
But this will now come as a result of reforms within the EU for the benefit
of remaining members.

It is sad that it would not reform when Cameron wanted it to.
Now we have left.

To have May as PM now, the Country would have been better off leaving Cameron
in.

He and Osbourne did a good job overall, mending the f u c k ups that
Fred Goodwin, Darling and Brown did between them.

We are not all in it together.

Goodwin, Brown and Darling are in it on their own !

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Postby banjo » Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:22 pm

What a load of tosh. 8) 8)

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Postby football » Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:00 pm

Flaghostel!

You certainly are thick,considering 67% of Glasgow voted stay!

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Postby FlagHostel » Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:18 pm

yes i know football.

just threw that city in to see if any of you leave voters do actually read
everything that is put in front of you.

so why did you not read all the facts before you voted then ?

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Re: Did only THICK people vote LEAVE

Postby nu2bg » Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:52 pm

What a load of sh*t. I'm beginning to think that FlagHostel posts all the crap on here because they have nothing better to do than post crap like this on a dying forum along with all the other crap they continually post to try and keep the forum alive well its to late it's DEAD!!!! If I were you I would give up before you make a complete numpty of yourself!


FlagHostel wrote:To all you LEAVE voters

Even if the UK DID pay £50m A DAY into the EU, it does not matter.

If you look at the results, you will see that most of Londoners voted to Remain.

Most of the the Leave voters came from other parts of the UK.

Is it because they are THICK ?

Well lets explore to see if they are THICK

London funds 10% of the UK.
That's England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland combined.

£50m A DAY is roughly £1 A DAY per person, to be in the EU.

It's a small price to pay.

The north have the highest % of benefit scroungers.
Their £1 a day is coming from their Council Tax that they are not even paying
themselves.

Working people are funding Scroungers

The reason why the UK pays this amount is because it is calculated as a % of the Countries GNP.

Or for you Oscar, that stands for Gross National Product.

So the better the UK Economy is doing, the more it pays into the EU as a %

Lets take Blackburn and Glasgow as examples outside of London.

Both places voted LEAVE.

Is the industry and profits earned within Blackburn or Glasgow going to fund
10% of the rest of the whole of the UK ?

Yes or NO - the answer is NO

If you are a student with a Scottish passport, who pays for your free 3 years University course ?

The answer is it is funded from Central Government - London.

London makes it profits from all the free trade it has within the EU and the world.

How much profit does Edinburgh make on it's own ?

Higher or lower than London.

The answer is lower.

Same with Belfast, Cardiff and Swansea ALL put together

The reason May and Boris are now telling all the EU we are not signing article 50
in a hurry, is because the need time to work out how it is all going to work.

The last thing London wants is for all NON UK banks to move their
branches out of London to say Paris, which is what the French would love to have happen.

It will be a disaster for London AND the whole of the UK if the world banks
pull their branches out of London.

If you voted Leave, it is because you have a short sighted vision.

Or thick, if you know what that word means

The only issue I agree on is migrant levels coming to the UK needs controlling.
But this will now come as a result of reforms within the EU for the benefit
of remaining members.

It is sad that it would not reform when Cameron wanted it to.
Now we have left.

To have May as PM now, the Country would have been better off leaving Cameron
in.

He and Osbourne did a good job overall, mending the f u c k ups that
Fred Goodwin, Darling and Brown did between them.

We are not all in it together.

Goodwin, Brown and Darling are in it on their own !

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Postby Cesmeresident » Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:57 pm

The last time I looked London financed 22% of UK GDP so your post is actually making the remainers look the thick ones and when posters point out your wrong facts, claiming you put them there to see if we could read, does not fool anyone. London will remain the finance powerhouse of Europe and I doubt if any will move their base. HSBC were mooting a move to Paris according to the press but if Le Pen gets in then France will have a referendum and consistently the French are 62% in favour of leaving the EU so I very much doubt that is on the cards at the moment. Like any divorce there are a lot of changes and division of stuff. I think we need to regard this as a great opportunity and go hell for leather on trading deals with our old allies who we have sadly been unable to do much with due to our EU membership. I think the biggest issue now is why not trigger article 50 immediately?

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Postby troyan » Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:21 pm

probably Cesme because of the Scotland and Northern Ireland issues which apparently was an unforeseen or unconsidered fallout
Potentially we would have both regions leave the UK but perhaps with some negotiation a plan can be formulated, a plan which the leave campaigners obviously did not have or considered
There is the other question on whether Parliament would actually vote to trigger article 50 given the lack of any apparent urgency from those who led the campaign noteably Boris and co who was the first to say no haste is necessary

The only one with any real conviction and knows what he is talking about inside out is Nigel Farage

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Postby Cesmeresident » Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:49 pm

I agree with you on their being a lack of urgency to trigger article 50 due to the leadership and that is the main stumbling block. Whether a `deal` for Scotland and Ireland is to be had, the fact remains the UK democratically voted to leave the EU and that will happen. Dilly dallying is not often a good plan and for Brexit the price of the pound proves it, so by triggering the leave mechanism now, we could start work negotiating immediately and have a result in 2 years. To be honest I think six months is good enough. We have major bartering power especially with Germany`s powerful car industry on our side and I very much doubt NI is giving up its Barnett fomula and loss of public service jobs which I just checked are a whipping 735k

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Postby troyan » Fri Jul 22, 2016 5:42 am

what Scotland are saying is that the UK did not democratically vote to leave and that they are a country.........if a collective vote is democratic we would have all voted in the Scottish Independence referendum

One could argue that Scotland should have opted out but they probably figured they would influence or secure the remain vote.

Probably one of the key factors in their referendum was the threats from the EU about having to reapply as a new member

This is where referendums involving more than one country are not democratic and Scotland rightly points that out

My view is that our timing was wrong and if we had waited the EU was destined to fail anyway, and we may spend a lot of time negotiating with a sinking ship for nothing, and that perhaps the UK is delaying awaiting other referendums to happen which probably would signify a break up of the EU, especially a eurozone nation

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Postby SheilaP » Fri Jul 22, 2016 7:29 am

The EU might as a result of all this, become even stronger and more unified. Nothing is fixed in stone and it, as an institution,can change and evolve as some Governments do.

As for Mr Farage having convictions - you are right, but they are the convictions of a proto-fascist. We seem to be living in an era of hate, paranoia and intolerance. Console myself that nothing lasts for ever and Canada still carries the flag for progressive politics and the values of liberal democracy..


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