Twitter speaks out on Brexit results

Bryan Douebleu
Clinical Cynic
June 24, 2016

No, I am not British, yet  I am thrilled that the vote to leave the EU has succeeded… If only for the blow it serves to our elite controllers. Common sense and autonomy has ruled the day, with the quiet majority having had their vote, and now it’s time for that loud, utterly ignorant minority to hit that thing called ‘social’ media with all sorts of dumb. How I absolutely loathe Twitter and social media. Let’s take a look at some lowlights:

When you have years to reflect on EU membership, and then base a decision on that experience, it is then fear-based?


I see only single-mindedness on one side here… Can you guess which?


I thought you voted in a democracy but perhaps I’m mistaken. Then again, this is a constitutional monarchy.


Perhaps they are the old people that joined and have a before and after to contrast to see the error of their ways. Perhaps we shouldn’t put much weight on silly polls of which we know nothing on how they were conducted?


Leaving a union is xenophobic?


Like becoming members of a body of which the people know not whom governs their governors?


How many Brits were using European made electronics and clothing? Right. Not much changes.



Leaving a union is xenophobic?


Weren’t they the ones that helped set up and join the EU as well?


Ever hear of a thing called NATO?

In the end, sanity won. How many of the above people really have a clue what they are talking about?

One of the founding fathers of the European Union.

If you are British and know anyone that was in favor of remaining, ask them if they know who Jean Monnet was. Ask them who represented them in Brussels. I bet you’d be surprised at the results.

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