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    As there will be riots and civil unrest. How can we go about reversing the decision?
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    sure thing , you hit up old lady May and we'll have the whole thing scrapped before new years day
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    Then the 52% will hit the streets and suppress that civil unrest.

    Do you think betraying a democratic vote is not going to cause civil unrest?
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    This is Britain, all people will do is sulk and tut when we leave the EU, if we do. We should stop Brexit because we will be economically worse off as a result, the only question being by how much and who will be hardest hit. A second referendum is the only fair way to do this.
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    We're ****ed either way lmao
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    (Original post by Pleasantri)
    As there will be riots and civil unrest. How can we go about reversing the decision?
    There's going to be civil unrest whichever way it goes, we just need to make sure we end up with the most beneficial longterm outcome to this whole debacle and prepare to deal with people throwing tantrums when whatever course of action is announced.
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Then the 52% will hit the streets and suppress that civil unrest.

    Do you think betraying a democratic vote is not going to cause civil unrest?
    ur ugly
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    Moved to UK Politics.
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    (Original post by DSutch)
    This is Britain, all people will do is sulk and tut when we leave the EU, if we do. We should stop Brexit because we will be economically worse off as a result, the only question being by how much and who will be hardest hit. A second referendum is the only fair way to do this.
    There'll be more than tutting/sulking if there's a referendum about the referendum we already had in 2016. And even worse will be seen if the decision the country made to leave is quashed/vetoed by an ineffective parliament.

    People vs Parliament ?! that'll be fun to see.

    as for worse off when we leave .. ? really? you have a crystal ball or time travel machine and can tell me that's a fact?
    Seriously. Get over it. Grow a pair. Embrace the opportunities and freedoms granted by being out of the EU club.
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    there will be unpleasantness and widespread disorder whatever happens. Putin will be rubbing his hands with glee at the success of his plan.

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    (Original post by Gofre)
    There's going to be civil unrest whichever way it goes, we just need to make sure we end up with the most beneficial longterm outcome to this whole debacle and prepare to deal with people throwing tantrums when whatever course of action is announced.
    It's quite hard to believe the rioting in the streets if we don't leave as planned theory. Most Leavers are aged over 50 for a start off - can't see them doing anything too energetic. The biggest majorities for Leave were in constitutuencies either with very white, affluent, middle aged electorates or coastal deprived towns with limited opportunities for trouble making (smashing up the seafront amusement arcades perhaps?) and similarly ageing demographic profiles.

    The worst we are likely to get is a few renta-yobs/gobs with bad skin from Essex of the sort we saw shouting at poor Anna Soubry outside the House the other day - I suspect professional agitators like Lenin would have regarded that lot as pretty small beer in the anarchy and chaos departments.
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    (Original post by Pleasantri)
    As there will be riots and civil unrest. How can we go about reversing the decision?
    Kick out the migrants. THen hold second referendum. The result will be 60 to 70% in favour of leave.
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Then the 52% will hit the streets and suppress that civil unrest.

    Do you think betraying a democratic vote is not going to cause civil unrest?
    Most of that 52% are in wheelchairs and use walking sticks, we can deal with them easily.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Most of that 52% are in wheelchairs and use walking sticks, we can deal with them easily.
    This. "Will of the people" decided by a group of people, most of which will probably not be here when the second referendum comes around.
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    Lmao I knew this will happen, annoyed at the people who voted despite people warning them about the dangers of doing so.
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    (Original post by algol333)
    Kick out the migrants. THen hold second referendum. The result will be 60 to 70% in favour of leave.
    Great idea. Let's just sack 14% of the population... and all the jobs they do. And instead we will give all those nurses and doctors jobs to the British working class who have no skills or work ethic. Unskilled lazy British people can do a much better job than highly skilled and motivated migrants.

    Eejit!

    BTW - have you had a genetic test? Can we trust that you don't have immigrant heritage? Because as a fully signed up Anglo Saxon, chances are your ancestors come from Germany. That is if your great great great.... great... great grand mother wasn't raped and pillaged by invading Gaelics or Vikings.
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    (Original post by ByEeek)
    BTW - have you had a genetic test? Can we trust that you don't have immigrant heritage? Because as a fully signed up Anglo Saxon, chances are your ancestors come from Germany. That is if your great great great.... great... great grand mother wasn't raped and pillaged by invading Gaelics or Vikings.
    Bloody Vikings, coming over here and taking our jobs.
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    either way there will be riots and "civil unrest" lol




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