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Previously on "[Merged]Brexit stuff"

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  • NotAllThere
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    And with that, I think this thread has run its course.

    Feel free to start another one.

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  • DodgyAgent
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post
    Not at all. Emigration should be controlled and it must be reciprocal. It’s not right to get people who have lived in the UK for 15 years to go home, nor is it right to hit them over the head with a plank of wood.
    If it is not reciprocal then it is racist is it? You have accused people who want to control our borders of being racist. Now you are saying that we should control our borders through reciprocal arrangements. Whatever way you look at it you are advocating a level of border control which essentially makes you a racist.

    This is how I see the argument from the remainers:

    1. The UK should have reciprocal migration policies with other countries - those within the EU. This of course means that we still have border controls with other countries (most of them). Apparently Brexiteers are racists because we also believe in border controls albeit with different rules to remainers. Which ever way you turn it both groups (remainers and brexiteers) want border controls only our (brexiteer) version is racist whilst theirs (which discriminates against 80 of the countries of the world ) is not.

    I am struggling to see the logic on this one.

    If the racist argument was to have any integrity at all it would have to mean that the UK borders are open to everyone. I doubt the little turds in the remain camp would want to try and argue that one.
    Last edited by DodgyAgent; 29 October 2016, 16:29.

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  • Paddy
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    Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
    So you think it is racist to want to control your own borders? Or is it just easier for you to smear the argument by smearing the people rather than have to engage intellect to argue the point?
    Originally posted by vetran View Post
    oh yes opposing uncontrolled immigration is racist. Just like slinging tulip is typical bremoaner.
    Not at all. Emigration should be controlled and it must be reciprocal. It’s not right to get people who have lived in the UK for 15 years to go home, nor is it right to hit them over the head with a plank of wood.

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  • DodgyAgent
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post
    oh yes opposing uncontrolled immigration is racist. Just like slinging tulip is typical bremoaner.
    \i doubt the little turd has any answer

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post
    Note the word typical

    And it is certainly typical in my experience when talking to Brexiters. Their argument always ends up about racism and emigration. Even the Asians I have spoken to wanted Brexit to stop Europeans (particularly Polish) coming to the UK.

    Uproar in Spain over videos of ‘Brexit-related attacks’ in UK | The Independent
    oh yes opposing uncontrolled immigration is racist. Just like slinging tulip is typical bremoaner.

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  • DodgyAgent
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post
    Note the word typical

    And it is certainly typical in my experience when talking to Brexiters. Their argument always ends up about racism and emigration. Even the Asians I have spoken to wanted Brexit to stop Europeans (particularly Polish) coming to the UK.
    So you think it is racist to want to control your own borders? Or is it just easier for you to smear the argument by smearing the people rather than have to engage intellect to argue the point?

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  • Paddy
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    Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
    And why are brexiteers racist?
    Note the word typical

    And it is certainly typical in my experience when talking to Brexiters. Their argument always ends up about racism and emigration. Even the Asians I have spoken to wanted Brexit to stop Europeans (particularly Polish) coming to the UK.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7386241.html

    Two videos of Spaniards being violently assaulted in separate incidents in the UK have gone viral in Spain, fuelling speculation the attacks could be linked to Brexit.
    Last edited by Paddy; 29 October 2016, 16:00.

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  • DodgyAgent
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post
    He is a hard line right-winger and UKIP member and he has been accused of racism on a number of occasions. A typical Brexiter.
    And why are brexiteers racist?

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  • scooterscot
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    Originally posted by GB9 View Post
    So today it's your turn to give up the argument and act like a dick.

    Scooty may be desperate but at least he bothered to post something to support his whinging.
    One thing is consistent, name-calling. Always starts with the Wrexiters.

    I might suggest if name calling is your best defence your argument is probably already lost.

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  • Paddy
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    Originally posted by GB9 View Post
    So today it's your turn to give up the argument and act like a dick.

    Scooty may be desperate but at least he bothered to post something to support his whinging.
    5 Musicians You Didn't Know Were Right-Wingers | Crack Magazine

    Let's review the evidence. Is Morrissey racist? | Morrissey-solo

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  • shaunbhoy
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    Originally posted by GB9 View Post
    So today it's your turn to give up the argument and act like a dick.

    Scooty may be desperate but at least he bothered to post something to support his whinging.
    There is no "may" about it!

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  • GB9
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post
    He is a hard line right-winger and UKIP member and he has been accused of racism on a number of occasions. A typical Brexiter.
    So today it's your turn to give up the argument and act like a dick.

    Scooty may be desperate but at least he bothered to post something to support his whinging.

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  • shaunbhoy
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    Originally posted by Paddy View Post
    he has been accused of racism on a number of occasions. A typical Brexiter.
    Oh well, if he has been "accused" of it then he MUST be guilty. Trial by gossip simpleton.
    You couldn't make it up.........unless you write for the Guardian of course!

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  • Paddy
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    Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
    Morrissey is right - Brexit really is magnificent | Coffee House


    This isn’t the first time Morrissey has praised Brexit and slammed those who libel Leavers. In August, he said he was shocked by the flat-out refusal of much of the media ‘to be fair enough to accept the final decision of the people’ simply because ‘this decision does not suit the establishment’. He railed against the BBC for ‘persistently smear[ing] people who voted Leave’, who are now largely presented as ‘irresponsible, drunken racists’. He’s not wrong. Since Brexit Day, since that glorious moment when 17.4m Brits voted against an institution that has plunged the Greek working classes into poverty, imposed unelected technocratic rule on Italy, and horribly insulted the plebs of France, Holland and Ireland after they dared to vote against its treaties — and they call this institution progressive! — it’s been open season on Leavers. They’re being blamed for everything from economic chaos (where?) to a supposed rise in hatred to shortages of Marmite. Enough. Brexiteers, it’s time to stand up to these barbs and slurs, to this demosphobia, and say: ‘Brexit was magnificent.’

    He is a hard line right-winger and UKIP member and he has been accused of racism on a number of occasions. A typical Brexiter.

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  • DodgyAgent
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    Originally posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    Possiblies, maybes, and mights. The refuge of the desparate! Brought to you by scooterscot!

    Morrissey is right - Brexit really is magnificent | Coffee House


    This isn’t the first time Morrissey has praised Brexit and slammed those who libel Leavers. In August, he said he was shocked by the flat-out refusal of much of the media ‘to be fair enough to accept the final decision of the people’ simply because ‘this decision does not suit the establishment’. He railed against the BBC for ‘persistently smear[ing] people who voted Leave’, who are now largely presented as ‘irresponsible, drunken racists’. He’s not wrong. Since Brexit Day, since that glorious moment when 17.4m Brits voted against an institution that has plunged the Greek working classes into poverty, imposed unelected technocratic rule on Italy, and horribly insulted the plebs of France, Holland and Ireland after they dared to vote against its treaties — and they call this institution progressive! — it’s been open season on Leavers. They’re being blamed for everything from economic chaos (where?) to a supposed rise in hatred to shortages of Marmite. Enough. Brexiteers, it’s time to stand up to these barbs and slurs, to this demosphobia, and say: ‘Brexit was magnificent.’

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