Why are nearly all members on here anti-EU?


    Just because you get criticised for asking silly questions doesn't mean most people here are pro-Brexit.

    It's hard for other pro-remain members to defend you when the debate you've started just isn't very good. Most of the time it doesn't seem like you want a debate anyway, since you quickly shout down and insult anyone who challenges your views. Just look at your last thread on student votes, I made some genuine criticisms on your assumptions and you quickly insulted my family and hope that we starve and suffer as a result if Brexit. This is no way to debate and you aren't setting a good case for people to defend you.

    To be frank, I think what you are after is reassurance, or a political circlejerk. You are not interested in debating.
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