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    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    You need to check your argumentative skills - this is a straw man.

    You said it is necessarily right because the majority voted for it - and I said no. Majority does not equal right every time.



    Qualified? Stupidity now qualifies you? Lol.

    You are a sheep among the herd. Nothing more nothing less. It is truly disgusting that a 40yr old or whatever employs the thinking of a 15 year old like Trapz. I guess I now get why you never qualified.

    You may wish to look into the concept of the rule of law. For someone as patriotic as you, it's hilarious that you don't know basic fundamentals.
    My degree qualifies me.

    I'm not 40

    I haven't even been talking about the law

    Personal insults show the person you are, well done

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    (Original post by paul514)
    My degree qualifies me.

    I'm not 40

    I haven't even been talking about the law

    Personal insults show the person you are, well done

    Bye


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    No it does not.

    You are thereabout.

    So you have not heard about the rule of law as a concept (which is linked to democracy)? And you make these claims? Hahaha... just what I expected.

    I've said it before and I'll say it now - truths, harsh as they are, are no less true.

    Arrivederci.
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    The rats are abandoning the sinking ship. This is the analogy that immediately comes to mind. I'm neutral and this is all really ****ing suspicious.

    New referendum desperately needed. The majority was only 4%, figures were wrong, the key people after getting what they wanted want nothing to do with the aftermath. Let's see what the result will be this time.

    Leavers are adamant the result is democratic and it's just a minority of moaners, so they'll have no problems having a second referendum confirm the result beyond doubt.
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    (Original post by *Stefan*)
    You need to check your argumentative skills - this is a straw man.

    You said it is necessarily right because the majority voted for it - and I said no. Majority does not equal right every time.



    Qualified? Stupidity now qualifies you? Lol.

    You are a sheep among the herd. Nothing more nothing less. It is truly disgusting that a 40yr old or whatever employs the thinking of a 15 year old like Trapz. I guess I now get why you never qualified.

    You may wish to look into the concept of the rule of law. For someone as patriotic as you, it's hilarious that you don't know basic fundamentals.
    So do you think that you are somehow more qualified to vote on this issue than some of the people that voted leave? Since if you disagree that democracy is right, you are implying that some people are better qualified to make decisions than others and they should somehow have a bigger say in what direction the country goes.
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    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    He pretends to be a psychologist but knows absolutely nothing on the subject :rofl:


    paul514 I thought you were doing a degree in psychology how on earth does that give you any diagnostic responsibility or even potential :rofl:

    Although that's by the by because you aren't even studying it at degree level
    So true - he think he has qualified because he got a degree in psychology. Funny times.
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    (Original post by jake4198)
    And the left still wonder why they're losing votes in abundance? Instead of being an emotional wreck, why not consolidate with so-called "racists", especially given many of whom reside in Labour constituencies, and see what their concerns are without acting like a pretentious ****?
    Thankfully we have morals, we're not going to negotiate with racists.
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    Anybody else notice that Farage announced he was quitting on the day there are stories about Chris Evans being set to be axed from Top Gear?

    I wonder if this is to put more pressure on Evans as it would be a ratings winner to get Farage to present it. In fact with Boris out of the scene, and soon likely to be Gove dropping out of the race as well, we could have a new cast of presenters, Nige, BoJo and the Gover.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    So do you think that you are somehow more qualified to vote on this issue than some of the people that voted leave? Since if you disagree that democracy is right, you are implying that some people are better qualified to make decisions than others and they should somehow have a bigger say in what direction the country goes.
    Gosh... can you not keep on one argument instead of twisting everything?

    I didn't say I am more qualified - but the general rule is indeed that some people are vastly more equipped to decide on constitutional matters than others. Most people don't even know how the EU works. Add to that that the difference was insufficient for a constitutional matter and voila.

    But seriously, do you think that all people are equal in terms of knowledge and prowess? And do you agree that Americans should have been given a referendum on black people rights?

    I am all ears to hear your insight.
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    Anybody else notice that Farage announced he was quitting on the day there are stories about Chris Evans being set to be axed from Top Gear?

    I wonder if this is to put more pressure on Evans as it would be a ratings winner to get Farage to present it. In fact with Boris out of the scene, and soon likely to be Gove dropping out of the race as well, we could have a new cast of presenters, Nige, BoJo and the Gover.
    Lol, you could be right.

    I suppose they need a new senior racialist to replace Clarkson and make the show really buzz. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    The rats are abandoning the sinking ship. This is the analogy that immediately comes to mind. I'm neutral and this is all really ****ing suspicious.

    New referendum desperately needed. The majority was only 4%, figures were wrong, the key people after getting what they wanted want nothing to do with the aftermath. Let's see what the result will be this time.

    Leavers are adamant the result is democratic and it's just a minority of moaners, so they'll have no problems having a second referendum confirm the result beyond doubt.
    The majority voted leave it doesn't matter if it was 1 vote, 4% or 40% the majority win that is how democracy works.

    Farage wouldn't be involved in the negotiations and his goal was always this result so why does he have to stay?

    Yes people say you got this wrong have another go to get the right answer, it's funny how one of the arguments before was the eu is undemocratic and some examples of this was the fact they have forced 2nd referendums and now it is the people who say the eu is democratic is doing the exact same thing.
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    (Original post by Multiculturalism)
    Thankfully we have morals, we're not going to negotiate with racists.
    You clearly missed the point of that quote. Just because people voted to leave, that doesn't make them racist.

    In any case, if you're unwilling to "negotiate with racists" then don't complain if race relations worsen. The only way things improve is if you come together and fight something as a whole. Racism is the worst and most vehement ism there is and it's disgusting that it's still of pertinence, but ignoring its existence is reckless and irresponsible.
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    (Original post by Multiculturalism)
    Thankfully we have morals, we're not going to negotiate with racists.
    http://nypost.com/2016/07/01/elite-k...e-born-racist/

    A demonstration of the morals the left have, abuse white children by teaching them to hate themselves whilst rewarding black children for just being black.
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    Lmao this is more spineless than Boris' decision to not run for PM - plunge the country into a crisis by leaving then force other people to deal with the mess.

    Hopefully he genuinely stays gone this time and this can be the end of the disgusting, far-right UKIP nonsense.
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    http://nypost.com/2016/07/01/elite-k...e-born-racist/

    A demonstration of the morals the left have, abuse white children by teaching them to hate themselves whilst rewarding black children for just being black.
    Yes, because what one particularly foolish school in New York does is a total guide to the left worldwide, especially here in the UK.

    You nailed it.
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    (Original post by paul514)
    Time for Susan Evans


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    Hell NO! Steven Woolfe.
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    The majority voted leave it doesn't matter if it was 1 vote, 4% or 40% the majority win that is how democracy works.

    Farage wouldn't be involved in the negotiations and his goal was always this result so why does he have to stay?
    I believe it does matter. 40% would be obvious, 4% isn't clear. We don't even know if another vote held right now would even still result in 'Leave'. 'Democracy' is not simply holding a vote and the one with the most vote wins, that leaves out so many other things and variables involved with democracy, that's a very simplified and thus inaccurate definition.

    If Farage's goal was to leave, surely he will want to be involved.I don't see any reasoning for not wanting to be. All that says is he actually wasn't that bothered about leaving and he's getting out while he's popular so he won't be held accountable for what comes next. That is worrying.
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    "Farage is off then - he's resigned"

    I've heard that before
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Yes, because what one particularly foolish school in New York does is a total guide to the left worldwide, especially here in the UK.

    You nailed it.
    People on the left rush to the defence of someone talking about killing all whites and men, the truth is the left have their problems just like the right.

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    Stopping people getting a job because of their race more from the side with morals, tell me again how you do not like people discriminating because of race.
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    It is utterly bizarre to claim that a large proportion of leavers are those who are annoyed because they are unemployed and blame it on immigrants. 5.4% of the population is unemployed by recent figures. If every single one of those people had this mindset, and bothered to vote in line with it, it would account for around 15% of leavers. edit: well actually I haven't thought about this statistic enough, it is not that 5.4% of the entire population are unemployed (Where unemployed means not working + old enough to work + not retired). So I went elsewhere and find there were 924,000 unemployed men and 766,000 unemployed women. This is out of people available to work, so perhaps you have a case against the disabled and the tiny percentage of benefit claimers who do it fraudulently lol. It would make up less than 10% of the leave vote if all these people voted leave.
    What kind of jobs? You also forgot to take into account pensioners.
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    I believe it does matter. 40% would be obvious, 4% isn't clear. We don't even know if another vote held right now would even still result in 'Leave'. 'Democracy' is not simply holding a vote and the one with the most vote wins, that leaves out so many other things and variables involved with democracy, that's a very simplified and thus inaccurate definition.

    If Farage's goal was to leave, surely he will want to be involved.I don't see any reasoning for not wanting to be. All that says is he actually wasn't that bothered about leaving and he's getting out while he's popular so he won't be held accountable for what comes next. That is worrying.
    If There are 25 chocolates I eat 13 you eat 12 who had the majority? The answer is clear

    Holding a referendum every 2 minutes because the result doesn't go the way you want isn't democracy, it was clearly stated that this would be the only referendum.

    How can he be involved? He isn't an mp and all he has done is leave the party he can still put pressure on the government anyway.
 
 
 
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