al_yrpal wrote:661-Pete wrote:
If the Gov. really doesn't listen, the big fear is rioting in the streets - or even civil war...
Clearly illustrating that many dont understand what democracy means. Basically the Remainers world is just like the EU, undemocratic.
With such a small majority of 1.9% I'd suggest it's no mandate to put the whole country's foreseeable future at risk with no going back once left,and at that on the whim of a failure of a PM(Camaron)to quiten a small section of his political party.
Add to that the illegal activities of the leave campaign during the run up and I'd say it's supporters of brexit that have no concept of true democracy and that they're blinkered as to the cliff edge the country stands on,or the conception that a high percentage of those who voted leave will be dead and gone before the country recovers,if it ever does,from such a vote,and a totally divided nation,leaving those approaching voting age along with the rest of us to pick up the pieces.
Please do not even try to preach democracy to me over the EU referendum or politricks in the UK FTM,it was a shambles in it's conception,has been a shambles the way it was conducted and AFAICS will be a shambles in the future when we leave,and will leave the country poorer intitially and most likely poorer in the future on so many levels not just economically but culturally and environmentally.
YVMV mine will remain the same unless proven otherwise.You,along with the other supporters of brexit on this forum and in the media and across the political spectrum haven't given me one shred of evidence to the contrary or any hope as to a better future for the UK outside the EU.