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The elderly more inclined to vote Out? Not those old enough to remember WW2 watch

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    ComRes analysis showed that those old enough to remember WW2, 75+ generation more inclined to vote REMAIN than younger oldies




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    I am not suggesting that a Brexit will result in a war. But if you've seen what non-collaboration can be like, you'd think differently of the EU. You'd push for reform, not dissolution. If you don't like something you fix it, not destroy it.
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    ComRes analysis showed that those old enough to remember WW2, 75+ generation more inclined REMAIN than younger oldies




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    I am not suggesting that a Brexit will result in a war. But if you've seen what non-collaboration can be like, you'd think differently of the EU. You'd push for reform, not dissolution. If you don't like something you fix it, not destroy it.
    That's because the EU was formed as a result of WW2. We realized that fighting and warring wasn't getting anyone anywhere.
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    YOUR ANCESTORS DIDN'T FIGHT IN WW2 TO GIVE AWAY THEIR SOVEREIGNTY TO THE EU NAZIS!!!

    It's interesting what you find when you actually bother to ask them what they fought for.
 
 
 
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