10 Sep 2017 02:39:24
I got to say these remain cry babies are really doing my head in.

I voted leave and the more remainers bark on, the more I feel that I would do the same again in a heartbeat.

Its also so insulting, remainers stating that we didn't know what we voted for. I know exactly why I voted the way I did and being told I'm stupid because I don't agree with them use very undemocratic isn't it?

Has it gone smoothly? No. But having a pro remain as PM isn't going to help. I detest the EU and the fat cat, jumped up prices that run it for their own gain.

Apparently 50000 people marched on Parliament today, All stating they want a revote. Absolutely disgusting. Remain lost. It does not matter how close it was, a majority is still a majority.
Suck it up and deal with it.

In reality nothing will really change except all the bankers will have to wear brown trousers to work for awhile. Good. Those Muppets have played god for too long and seeing them all sweat, well I get a perverse kinda pleasure from that.

Sorry for than random outburst but the way this country is at the moment is kind of embarrassing. Listening to people in the pub and watching the news has got me proper riled up!


1.) 10 Sep 2017
10 Sep 2017 21:18:39
I think there is a power somewhere that is hoping we all get weary in a year / 18 months and organise a revote to get the answer they want. Generally the remainers I come across are Londoners and the same people who sort of hate Trump but can't explain why.

{Ed033's Note - Or the government will say the best for everyone is a partial Brexit, which means no actual Brexit, just a pretend Brexit.


2.) 11 Sep 2017
11 Sep 2017 00:05:22
Don't normally post on this page but seeing how this is politics I'm weighing in.

Remainers marched because Brexit is going the the way that every remainer feared. The pound is screwed, exports aren't increasing and the government has no idea what to do. Right now we're marching head long at a cliff for no other reason than a feeble obligation.

Last year we didn't know what we were voting for because nobody, on either side of the argument, explained what they planned to do. Every major leaver, including Farage, told us we could stay in the single market. Now we know that's not on the cards.

Leavers fear another vote because you know you'd be crushed. The country has seen how important the eu is to the economy, it's realised it can't stay in the single market, it's seen how screwed the NHS would be without migrants and it's realised that both major parties are incapable of offering a better option.

Last year we only thought Brexit would be a disaster, now we know it will be, that's why another vote is needed.

{Ed033's Note - This site is not here for people to repeat whatever the main stream media puts out, it's for people that can use their own minds.


3.) 11 Sep 2017
11 Sep 2017 11:21:37
And how is the eu doing? I remember the pound being lower not so long ago. Have you seen the euro against the dollar? I used to have a Swedish passport so I'm not your typical Brexit voter. There is a lot of crap in the media which your taking as gospel.

As for the NHS, my wife is a sister on an emergency medical ward. Have you ever tried working in a position where a patient's life is at great risk and the only person you've got help from at that time cannot speak a word of English? All they need to do is pay them a bit more. Nothing to do with Brexit. They had enough nurses years ago.


4.) 14 Sep 2017
14 Sep 2017 00:22:25
The EU is doing what it normally does in it's own deluded way
More EU.


5.) 19 Sep 2017
19 Sep 2017 22:12:52
Lol muscatered, just because you didn't understand what you was voing for please don't imply I didn't. I did, I'm glad I voted to leave. I understood the principal of what I was voting for. Your lot lost suck it up. We're leaving one way or another and your lot are causing the problems with the uncertainty of trying to keep us in.