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(Original post by Burton Bridge)
No, why was that you're aim?
No but it seemed to bother you enough to comment on someone who implied your political stance was for the mentally challenged.
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No but it seemed to bother you enough to comment on someone who implied your political stance was for the mentally challenged.
Im not a member or supporter of the Brexit party, you're crystal ball has failed you.

Im glad you confirm you're intension was to label anyone of a political stand point you disagree with mentally challenged. A rarther crass if not completly bigoted statement but you are free to be bigoted in this country, good day.
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Im not a member or supporter of the Brexit party, you're crystal ball has failed you.

Im glad you confirm you're intension was to label anyone of a political stand point you disagree with mentally challenged. A rarther crass if not completly bigoted statement but you are free to be bigoted in this country, good day.
I never called you mentally challenged, I simply labelled you someone who got offended of someone's political opinion, it doesn't matter whether you support them or not, what matters is that you can't seem to respect someone's opinion.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
I never called you mentally challenged, I simply labelled you someone who got offended of someone's political opinion, it doesn't matter whether you support them or not, what matters is that you can't seem to respect someone's opinion.
Let me get this straight, you're labelling Burton easily offended because someone else said that anyone that supports the brexit party is mentally challenged and he/she disagrees?
But you do find it a acceptable to label someone thus as per your statement in post #15 so do you respect everyone's right to an opinion?
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(Original post by ColinDent)
I have never understood this hatred of Nigel Farage, yes some of what he says is controversial but he's no right wing extremist, he seems to be more of a pantomime villain.
The most extremist thing about him is his mistrust and disliking of the EU which apparently, according to virtue signallers around the country, is the most heinous of crimes.
As I've already said the brexit party have my vote
It's the same irrational fear that spurs the Corbyn spin club. I always say but there's a million reasons to dislike Corbyn, you don't have to make any up. The same applies to Nigel Farage, funnily enough I've just been reading the Guardian newspaper.... Stop edit... Well opinionpaper I think all almost newspapers should be rebranded opinion papers because they certainly don't report the happenings of society in a neutral and professional way... Resume ... The article I was reading likened Farage to Tommy Robinson, linked him to the Jo Cox murder and finished implying extremism!

https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...meback-heroics

I've been saying for a year now the remainers and MP across the house, are handing power to the extreme right wing by refusing to accept Brexit and move on and so far I'm seeing nothing that changes my mind. Delaying Brexit was the worst possible outcome I said this over and over. It blows the mind of remainers on TSR like Notoriety who after avoiding debate making a series of smarty pants replies ends up saying 'I anit reading all that, like' well..


It's happening guys you all can keep the blind fold on if you want, claiming some intellectual superiority but unfortunately untill Brexit actually happens we are going to hell in a handbasket
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(Original post by Burton Bridge)
It's the same irrational fear that spurs the Corbyn spin club. I always say but there's a million reasons to dislike Corbyn, you don't have to make any up. The same applies to Nigel Farage, funnily enough I've just been reading the Guardian newspaper.... Stop edit... Well opinionpaper I think all almost newspapers should be rebranded opinion papers because they certainly don't report the happenings of society in a neutral and professional way... Resume ... The article I was reading likened Farage to Tommy Robinson, linked him to the Jo Cox murder and finished implying extremism!

https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...meback-heroics

I've been saying for a year now the remainers and MP across the house, are handing power to the extreme right wing by refusing to accept Brexit and move on and so far I'm seeing nothing that changes my mind. Delaying Brexit was the worst possible outcome I said this over and over. It blows the mind of remainers on TSR like Notoriety who after avoiding debate making a series of smarty pants replies ends up saying 'I anit reading all that, like' well..


It's happening guys you all can keep the blind fold on if you want, claiming some intellectual superiority but unfortunately untill Brexit actually happens we are going to hell in a handbasket
You need to get over it.
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Let me get this straight, you're labelling Burton easily offended because someone else said that anyone that supports the brexit party is mentally challenged and he/she disagrees?
But you do find it a acceptable to label someone thus as per your statement in post #15 so do you respect everyone's right to an opinion?
User was pulling a joke, he got offended, acting like his political stance was being attacked, even if he didnt hold that stance, he should be able to let a joke go.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
User was pulling a joke, he got offended, acting like his political stance was being attacked, even if he didnt hold that stance, he should be able to let a joke go.
Seems like a jokey response too, maybe you're just doing a little stirring.
Can't see the original post either, has it been removed?
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(Original post by Burton Bridge)
It's the same irrational fear that spurs the Corbyn spin club. I always say but there's a million reasons to dislike Corbyn, you don't have to make any up. The same applies to Nigel Farage, funnily enough I've just been reading the Guardian newspaper.... Stop edit... Well opinionpaper I think all almost newspapers should be rebranded opinion papers because they certainly don't report the happenings of society in a neutral and professional way... Resume ... The article I was reading likened Farage to Tommy Robinson, linked him to the Jo Cox murder and finished implying extremism!

https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...meback-heroics

I've been saying for a year now the remainers and MP across the house, are handing power to the extreme right wing by refusing to accept Brexit and move on and so far I'm seeing nothing that changes my mind. Delaying Brexit was the worst possible outcome I said this over and over. It blows the mind of remainers on TSR like Notoriety who after avoiding debate making a series of smarty pants replies ends up saying 'I anit reading all that, like' well..


It's happening guys you all can keep the blind fold on if you want, claiming some intellectual superiority but unfortunately untill Brexit actually happens we are going to hell in a handbasket
Yep, and that article portrays everything that's wrong with this new sort of "socialism", freedom of thought and difference of opinion is seen as extremist and right wing.
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(Original post by ColinDent)
Seems like a jokey response too, maybe you're just doing a little stirring.
Can't see the original post either, has it been removed?
I doubt it, if you've known that user you'd know he can't take anything on a level other than serious political discussion.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
I never called you mentally challenged, I simply labelled you someone who got offended of someone's political opinion, it doesn't matter whether you support them or not, what matters is that you can't seem to respect someone's opinion.
I respect everyone's opinions, you did not give an opinion you made a statement which concealed a thinly veiled insult, you're Vail slipped and now you try to twist things.

I'm perfectly clear you never called me mentally challenged, I don't need anything explaining to me I know exactly what you was doing from the start.

Thank you for confirming
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(Original post by ColinDent)
Yep, and that article portrays everything that's wrong with this new sort of "socialism", freedom of thought and difference of opinion is seen as extremist and right wing.
They are not socialists mate, I can't see a real socialist sticking up for a capitalist model,
partly invented by a certain female PM that they claim to hate!
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I agree with you but Farage never managed to get on top of this with UKIP over many years.

The TIGgers are asking candidates to provide access to all their social media accounts. Yet they represent a much lower risk of extremism. I bet Farage hasn’t got his team doing this.
UKIP only started drifting to the far-right about 2 or 3 leaders after Farage left the party...
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User was pulling a joke, he got offended, acting like his political stance was being attacked, even if he didnt hold that stance, he should be able to let a joke go.
It was not funny, it's not funny to poke at those less fortunate than ourselves. I don't believe that it was not a joke anyway if it was it was a poor one.
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A device to further Farage's cult of personality.
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Interesting, let's see how your prediction plays out in a few weeks.
It's neither a prediction nor mine, it's a projection of a think tank which works on European election polling. The only thing I predicted was that the Brexit Party won't get the most seats.
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UKIP only started drifting to the far-right about 2 or 3 leaders after Farage left the party...
Not after Farage left the party, only after he stepped down as leader. And Batten was allowed to remain in the party and hold senior positions throughout Farage's leadership, even though anyone who paid attention could see he was always a conspiracy theorist oddball.
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https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...6#post82699526


beat you to it by an hour
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UKIP only started drifting to the far-right about 2 or 3 leaders after Farage left the party...
I'm afraid you have a short memory.

Look at the date of this article from The Observer

https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/...expertopinions
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It's neither a prediction nor mine, it's a projection of a think tank which works on European election polling. The only thing I predicted was that the Brexit Party won't get the most seats.
Again let's wait and see, I feel that this projection may be woefully wrong.
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