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The future's not bright. Part 2

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On Tue 20 Aug at 8:12am Hyena wrote:
If you allowed yourself to be hoodwinked and havenít yet changed your mind , Iíll hold you responsible for the ruination of my kids future.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 12:31pm Hello wrote:
How wonderful to see the Lewes middle classes with their knickers in such a massive twist. Come October 31st there's be enough toys strewn around the town to open a very large shop. They'll be in mourning with the rest of the liberatti chatterati, the BBC, the Grauniad and all the others who think they know best.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 1:16pm Hyena wrote:
Hello, Iím SE London working class who happens to have a modicum of intelligence.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 3:38pm Mister_D wrote:
Hello: what do you personally hope to gain from the Brexit? Not anything abstract like 'freedom' or 'sovereignty', which mean different things to different people, but personally?
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On Tue 20 Aug at 3:39pm Hello wrote:
Yes of course you are. An attitude most suited to a Charlton supporter.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 3:51pm Hello wrote:
@Mister-D - nothing whatsoever. My children and grandchildren will reap the benefit.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 4:01pm Hyena wrote:
Hello, Wall actually, Circa 72.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 4:15pm Hello wrote:
Millwall supporters tend not to dwell up their own rectum and patronise the masses as you do. You sound the sort who would be Grassline's biggest contributor.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 4:26pm Hyena wrote:
Hello, Cheers, with that post youíve made my point for me.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 4:35pm Hello wrote:
Mine's clearly gone some distance over your head. Don't forget to have Grassline on speed dial on the rare occasions you turn up.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 4:51pm Hyena wrote:
Never had to use it strangely enough. Body cams next though.
As I said youíve made my point for me .
Maybe you shouldnít deal in stereotypes and think for yourself.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 5:49pm David Stanley wrote:
There's some awful people in Lewes these days.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 6:06pm Hello wrote:
"deal in stereotypes" Don't make me laugh. I'll leave the stereotyping of Millwall support to the Lewes middle classes like yourself. I'm simply telling you you're out of tune with the vast majority of Millwall support in your opinions. Nothing wrong with having an opinion of course but you do like to talk down to people when expressing yours. Like much of this forum. I can guarantee the Millwall Season Ticket holders of Lewes wouldn't want you sat anywhere near them.
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On Tue 20 Aug at 6:16pm Hyena wrote:
Hello, evidence?
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On Tue 20 Aug at 6:51pm Mister_D wrote:
@hello you dodged the question with a non-answer. What specific personal benefits do you expect your children and grandchildren to reap from Brexit? Pls, for the love of Christ don't say freedom
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On Wed 21 Aug at 2:02pm Green Sleeves wrote:
@Mister_D - do you really think a hardlined brexiter like "Hello" will respond with anything compelling? They aren't interested in debating and providing any credible claims or evidence to support their views. They've glugged down the Kool-Aid already - its pretty much too late, as they have lapped up the euphoric feeling of nationalism and jingoism and don't wish to face the reality a hard brexit will create. When it does inevitably go belly-up, they can default to scapegoating the EU once again (or "remoaners" aka "enemies of the people" and "traitors").

They don't realise they are going to be the bad guys our grandchildren will read about in the history books. Yep, thats gonna be you they read about, congrats.
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On Wed 21 Aug at 6:07pm Nevillman wrote:
Hello clearly thinks he knows what is best for my children and grandchildren. I have just checked with them and they disagree. You are right Green Sleeves it will be the fault of everyone but the leave voters when we are in economic turmoil, Union disintegration, buying health insurance to visit Europe and Ireland in chaos. The thought that hello is looking forward to the huge benefit of the leave vote in 30 years time will not be a comfort and I can't see any reason for it either.
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On Wed 21 Aug at 7:18pm Mister_D wrote:
@Green Sleeves. Yes, but I do like to think of them as Romantics now - because it does explain why it would be *absolutely pointless* trying to convince hardcore Leavers to change their minds based on facts, reason and evidence: those are the very things they are rejecting. We also need to offer them a ladder to climb down - everybody I know who voted Leave has made their own (it was a protest vote gone wrong, they didn't think Leave would win anyway, the concept was fine but the government made a mess of it) - so we can all pretend they didn't just make a stupendously bad decision. That takes a lot of bravery too, to do that.
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On Wed 21 Aug at 7:21pm Mister_D wrote:
And yes I've not been helping by being so beligerent It's a work in progress.
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On Tue 1 Oct at 11:54am bushy wrote:
I spent a large part of my late teens and early 20s on that border, it will be as hard or as soft as the locals want to make it , it was ever thus , Sinn Fein and their ilk are using it as an excuse to further their aims, have a look at sinn feins voting record on the EU pre brexit


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