EU Referendum: Boris Johnson compares EU's aims to Hitler's

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Serine Soul
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politic...endum-36295208

Scaremongering tactic from the Leave campaign?
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Boris getting rattled as he always does when challenged.

Boris could never be compared with Hitler or Napoleon as the latter two had a grasp of detail, did not waste time on vanity projects, and were faithful to their respective wives/fiancees (allegedly).
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(Original post by Mathemagicien)
When the Remain side talk about the risks of leaving the EU, they are "scaremongering" for "Project Fear"

When the Leave side talk about immigration, terrorism, and the Fourth Reich, they are not, apparently

It makes sense to some people
Makes sense to people with little sense :yes:
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Wait what? I thought the EU was committing white genocide? How can their aims be similar to Hitler's? I don't understand...

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EU = Fourth Reich.
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Wait what? I thought the EU was committing white genocide? How can their aims be similar to Hitler's? I don't understand...

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Nah, it's like Hitler. Need to make them plebs believe that
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Boris - an opportunist who thrives on the force of his personality and is seeking nothing but absolute power.

Does this remind you of any historical figures?
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(Original post by MagicNMedicine)
Boris - an opportunist who thrives on the force of his personality and is seeking nothing but absolute power.

Does this remind you of any historical figures?
Boris a Prime Minister would be the worst Tory PM probably since Victorian times. The two worst before him in my view were Neville Chamberlain and Anthony Eden. Even so, Chamberlain was a man who had honourable motives when he was duped by Hitler, and Eden had been a fairly successful government minister before his term as PM and the disaster of Suez.
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Boris could never be compared with Hitler or Napoleon as the latter two had a grasp of detail, did not waste time on vanity projects, and were faithful to their respective wives/fiancees (allegedly).
Hitler did not waste time/resources on vanity projects? You may need to look up his strong belief in 'miracle weapons.'
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(Original post by MagicNMedicine)
Boris - an opportunist who thrives on the force of his personality and is seeking nothing but absolute power.

Does this remind you of any historical figures?
Hitler had an ideology he passionate believed in.

I don't think Boris really believes in much other than furthering himself.
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Boris a Prime Minister would be the worst Tory PM probably since Victorian times. The two worst before him in my view were Neville Chamberlain and Anthony Eden. Even so, Chamberlain was a man who had honourable motives when he was duped by Hitler, and Eden had been a fairly successful government minister before his term as PM and the disaster of Suez.
Eden was classy:

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Nah, it's like Hitler. Need to make them plebs believe that
Yes, they need to know Hitler was anti-white.

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