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  1. Spawny Get says:

    The EU Empire is going to fail. On Thursday, we can protect Britain from the chaos of its death throes

    Before referendum campaigning paused following the tragic murder of Jo Cox, there was growing disbelief among leading Remainers – the careerists, the big businessmen, the Bilderbergers, the Davos groupies and that tragic subset of my own trade that sees the journalist’s job as being to propitiate the governing elite – that polls should show a consistent lead for the Leave camp. It is disbelief born of their almost complete detachment from the realities of life outside London’s more exclusive postal districts.

    In their blissfully ignorant private world, they applaud each other’s existences, praise each other’s insights, and rejoice in their smug membership of an elite in which they feel safe because its ways are beyond democratic will: until now. As their presumptions and assumptions have been assaulted and undermined they have flailed about in panic: witness the Chancellor of the Exchequer, with a straight face and to the embarrassment even of his supporters, promising an austerity budget to punish the nation should it vote Leave – even though he must have known a combination of his own MPs, the SNP and Labour would never allow such a measure through parliament.

    In the real world, as some politicians have belatedly recognised, people want change. They dislike being told that the United Kingdom cannot run itself. They deplore doomsayers who have lost faith in their country. They are angry that their country’s borders are open not just to geniuses with PhDs, nurses, teachers, plumbers, electricians and others who can contribute to it, but to welfare tourists, pickpockets, rapists and murderers.

    They resent a foreign power overruling their courts and their elected government. They are frustrated at being unable to change key policies when they vote. They detest contributing £8.5 billion a year net for Brussels to spend in countries less efficient, less productive and more corrupt than ours. They have had enough, above all, of being told that unless the UK concedes in perpetuity to foreign rule it will be worthless, and face ruin, danger and unremitting failure.

    The ruling elite has forgotten one eternal truth: that the British people don’t like being told what to do, and we especially don’t like being told what to do by those who patronise us or use their clout to control us (as with big business). We don’t like threats; we don’t like having our intelligence insulted, and we don’t like people who try to frighten us. To judge from my mailbag and from people I have met during the campaign, this has all created an upsurge in national consciousness not about British values, but about the value of being British, that we have not known since the Second World War.


  2. Yoda says:

    What Winston do he would?


  3. Yoda says:

    Glorious Patriarch has the latest Brexit news not?


  4. Yoda says:

    Wonder what Moe thinks of Brexit I do


  5. Spawny Get says:

    Nicholarse ‘hole’ Soames, descendant of Winston, claims that Winston probably would have been good with Europe…apparently the legacy has been lost.


  6. molly says:

    3 days till Brexit for me, 4 days for UncaS. Hey why not email the result of the referendum to UncaS the day before he votes! 😛 heh heh

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  7. Spawny Get says:

    This is the kind of logic that proves that living upside down does you no favours

    (Glad you’re all fluffy ducky)

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  8. molly says:

    “Winston probably would have been good with Europe”.

    He might like the idea of it a little. Not unchecked muslims teaming in to a housing shortage tho. Not fluffy ducky, no way! He would remember the London underground bombs :wicked:

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  9. Spawny Get says:

    Some politician guy got jailed for quoting Winston ISYN

    The leader of an anti-immigration pressure group has been arrested for quoting Winston Churchill. Paul Weston, chairman of LibertyGB, was taken into custody in Winchester, southern England, after delivering a speech in which he quoted an excerpt from the wartime Prime Minister’s book The River War.

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    Who is standing in the way of innovation or progress? Vertical silos. Government bureaucracy. Entrenched power networks.

    The internet army is a massive army. Like army ants, it will overwhelm and crush any opponent given time. The vertical silos and bureaucracies “like” innovation and progress when it helps them further entrench themselves. But, they fight it to the death when it starts to erode their power.

    It is the massive conundrum of our time because progress is so fast. Elites have been so wrong about organizing and predicting things that they have lost credibility among the masses. Elites have also turned into corrosive crony capitalists. Instead of utilizing the levers of power for the masses, they use it to enrich themselves. The internet and it’s relentless transparency expose them.

    The “Champagne Socialists/Crony Capitalists” are starting to get their comeuppance. They are fighting back with bureaucracy and regulation. The middle class has been consistently picked apart. They are now mad as hell and they aren’t taking it anymore.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    This is the kind of logic that proves that living upside down does you no favours

    So if they live upside down, do they drive on the correct side of the road? Probably not.

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    The leader of an anti-immigration pressure group has been arrested for quoting Winston Churchill

    Leave the E.U.S.S.R.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    So many insults to Moe…

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  14. Spawny Get says:

    “So if they live upside down, do they drive on the correct side of the road? Probably not.”

    From your bizarre point of view, you are indeed correct.

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  15. Spawny Get says:

    Dave has just been on telly telling exactly the same BS lies, misleading facts and innuendo.

    Please don’t phone me tonight as I havesuddenly developed a sore throat and have lost my normal mellifluous Patriarchal tones. A strange affliction that arrived spontaneously just after Dave started balking tollocks.

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  16. Spawny Get says:

    So, how did it go… 🙂


    Jen The Blue • 2 minutes ago
    I cannot watch the TLC anymore. I love arguments and debate. But that cunt only engages in lies and scares.

    I realise there are precious few genuine arguments for remaining in the EU, but even so, this shyster has taken lying, smearing, taking advantage of the dead, false scare tactics and bullying to the extreme.

    The Rev Bastard Sweaty Dave • 4 minutes ago
    Like watching a snuff movie.

    Albert Bulwinkle • 10 minutes ago
    Never thought I would see the day that the PM would get the crap kicked out of him by a BBC QT audience, just stopped raining now awaiting the sky to fall in on us

    Captain Chaos • 11 minutes ago
    Porky just got stuffed………again.

    Judas was paid. • 13 minutes ago
    Well none of those Leavers seem perturbed or shaken by the Jo Cox weepalong.

    g1lgam3sh joeblogs333 • 11 minutes ago
    Utterly delusional.

    A British Prime Minister heckled and laughed at on Quisling Time.

    Give your head a wobble love.

    Jellyfish Dave • 16 minutes ago
    New arsehole for Dave the liar. Its over for him whatever happens

    Bwick • 17 minutes ago
    I’m surprised he didn’t just revert to name dropping Jo Cox at every opportunity at the end, that’s the level of his argument had devolved to.

    Think that has undone any benefit remain got over the lack of campaigning the last few days. Everything is back on track and as we were before Thursday.

    Hear All See All • 19 minutes ago
    I’ve complained about the lack of entertainment output by BBC, but they have excelled themselves.

    BBC Tumbleweed Watch • 22 minutes ago
    What’s all this bollocks about we’ll not get the reforms if we walk away? That’s the whole fucking point you cretinous wankstain.

    JoBennetts • 24 minutes ago
    No wonder the fat faced rsole won’t debate Farage – he’s dying on his feet with a few members of the public – Ace public though to be honest.

    Sorry, Your Time Is Up, EU. • 30 minutes ago
    Every single thing that David Cameron says that come out of his mouth is bollocks.


    mehh…could have gone better bwahahaha

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  17. Spawny Get says:

    “mehh…could have gone better”

    For Dave. Could have gone better for Dave. Dave got laughed at during a BBC political show.

    And jeered.

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  18. Yoda says:

    British Prime Minister heckled and laughed at on Quisling Time.

    “Quisling Time”
    Funny this is

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  19. Yoda says:

    So what if vote to leave the Britishers do,
    but parliament says that UK will leave not?

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  20. Spawny Get says:

    That’s not a funny question Yoda. And there’s definitely a chance of that happening.

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  21. Spawny Get says:

    Merkin was watching

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  22. Cill says:

    So, how did it go… ( 7:54 pm )

    I must be missing the obvious. Is there a video or recording of that question time?


  23. Spawny Get says:

    Hopefully somebody will upload it later, I watched it live this evening.

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  24. Cill says:

    Just look at the English granny on the pepped-up mobility scooter at 6:30 pm. I reckon she’s wearing World War 2 wren-issue combat knickers.

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    From this morning. The leader of the Labour party, supposed to be…is required to be…getting the lefty vote for the Remainiacs

    He’s long been a eurosceptic…it shows

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  26. Yoda says:

    EU set in motion “Operation Sea Lion” they will.
    Frustrated by the channel they will be

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  27. Yoda says:

    Perhaps one good aspect of Corbyn there is

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  28. Yoda says:

    British exit from the European Union could trigger similar moves by other member states in Eastern Europe, Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn said in a German newspaper interview published on Sunday.

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  29. Yoda says:

    Wonder if ever occurred to EU it did,
    that perhaps transform itself into something that people comfortable with they should?

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  30. Yoda says:

    A new post there is


  31. Yoda says:

    Almost from the off, and certainly since the going got rough, the Remain leadership in Downing Street has given out what seemed an almost explicit message that they know nothing about the people they govern – and what they do know, they don’t like. This strikes me as bizarre, as well as deeply wrong-headed. How can these politicians, who have famously come through the most quintessentially British educational institutions and established channels of national life, possibly be so ignorant (and unappreciative) of the instincts and character of their electorate?

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    What if the politicos ignore the referendum if ti goes Leave?
    Can Parliament be put on trial for treason?


  33. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzz, perhaps the Queen might be able to command a little respect? But if she’d refused to sign stuff over the last twenty years, we wouldn’t be in this mess. Legally speaking (maybe) we can be out just by repealing our UK legislation that made us part of the EU in the first place. But the EU might be a little grumpy about that…maybe even ‘miffed’

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  34. Spawny Get says:

    Special treat for Cill

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    Does reek of desperation to anyone?
    Brexit would make Britain the world’s most hated nation


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  36. Yoda says:

    But why?

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  37. Sumo says:

    I’m currently watching Sargon of Akkad and ThunderF00t debate Brexit on a live stream. While I normally enjoy both of their content, this is kind of sad. Basically, they’re having a shouting match, with neither one of them willing to admit that the other makes any valid points.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    I’m watching the England Slovakia game. Half time nil-nil

    I watched ComputingForever rip ThunderF00t’s Remainiac video. T’s arguments were TERRIBLE. I was amazed how badly reasoned they were. Sargon is usually a mixed bag…but at least he’s on the right side.

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  39. Spawny Get says:

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  40. Spawny Get says:

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  41. Yoda says:

    From Spawny’s link,

    HUNDREDS of migrants shouting “f*** the UK” have stormed the roads in and around Calais and hurled rocks at British motorists in a desperate attempt to reach the UK before Britons decide whether or not to leave the EU.

    Help the Remain Cause they do not

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  42. Spawny Get says:

    “Help the Remain Cause they do not”
    That’s why there’s barely a mention on the tv or radio. No stories of immigrants drowning in the Med. No mention of the little old lady stabbed to death by a Turk (iirc) just a day or two after the MP.

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  43. Spawny Get says:

    I’m sticking with the image of a rampant Tarn and Most Glorious Patriarch

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    Video at top of page features Farage and David Davis. Also the marvellous Kate Hoey (yes that’s pronounced ho-ee) whose letter you see above.
    Not seen it yet.


  45. Sumo says:

    Nearly three hours long; I only made it through the first hour or so before I turned it off.

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  46. Yoda says:

    Wonder how anybody be on the Remain side I do

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    Computing Forever’s review on Undoomed’s channel of ThunderF00t’s disastrous dog-egg of a Remainiac vid.


  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Without looking at any of the videos, I have heard that the EU heavily sponsors research. As ThunderfOOt is a researcher, he may be concerned about rice being taken out of his bowl. I predict that the UK government will step into the void so that good work may continue.

    Spawny Get,
    You may be a blithering idiot by Thursday night. I’d stock up on comfort food for recovering over the weekend.

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  49. Cill says:

    I’m stocking up on “Cill’s Draught Down Under” in anticipation of Spawny requiring a vicarious quality quaff.

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  50. molly says:

    I’m on tenterhooks as well! Where’s my bike, I need to ride off of my nerves. I can’t swim either, or dive or play practical jokes on Cill.

    I’m ‘armless y’all! Woe!

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  51. Yoda says:

    Perhaps EU use some introspection they could


  52. Yoda says:

    Odd in US also it is,

    Vox Media writer Dylan Matthews drew social media ire on Thursday when he called for President Obama to “unilaterally” deny Americans their constitutionally protected rights.

    “This is not Dems‘ sales pitch but I’m totally down with letting the prez unilaterally ban people (hopefully everyone!) from buying guns,” Mr. Matthews tweeted.


  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!!! Burrito, burrito, burrito, 🐻 , roll
    That you are bored and frustrated is a sign of good health.

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    I hear that it’s the Amish that are causing much of the current trouble. To hear that it was they that launched carrier based air operations against Pearl Harbour? Kicked up some kind of kerfuffle back in the mid seventies (seventeen seventies)? Before they even got to the states! Turble turble people.

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    “I’m ‘armless y’all! Woe!”

    doubt it. You might get away with ‘mostly ‘armless’*

    Perhaps you might have a go at catching up on the *HHGTTG? TV, Radio or books (they’re all different variations on a theme, each with some unique jokes)

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The Amish make terrible and incredible villians. Nazis are far superior.

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Your avatar is armless. If you are, somebody has been telling some tales.


  58. Spawny Get says:

    The pure class of BSE (Remainiacs the clusterfuck) shines through. Will Straw is the son of Labour party’s Jack ‘the Weasel’ Straw. He’s a chip off of the old block

    Telegraph : Leader of pro-EU campaign accused of ‘morally unacceptable’ plot to use Jo Cox MP’s death to make case for Remain ahead of referendum

    According to the tape recording, which was posted on the right wing Guido Fawkes’ website, Mr Straw said: “We need to recognise that people have been pulled up short by Jo Cox’s death.”

    He added: “It is now time to make a very positive case for why we want to be in the European Union to… set out the risks that we face if we leave, but to call out the other side for what they have done to stir division and resentment in the UK.”

    The comments left Mr Straw open to claims that he sought to make political gain from the killing of the 41-year-old MP, who was shot and stabbed on Thursday in her Batley and Spen constituency.

    Andrew Bridgen, a Conservative Eurosceptic MP, said: “I thought that the Remain campaign had plumbed the depths of political campaigning but this is the pits. How low can they go?”

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    Happy belated Summer Solstice Tarn

    Behold the Strawberry Moon

    Oh noes!

    The #StrawberryMoon only means one thing…dragons

    — Tyrion Lannister (@GoT_Tyrion) June 21, 2016

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    So, the Summer Solstice has passed. What does that mean? It means that the DownUnda Gangs are starting to steal our sunlight. That’s just the kind of people that they are.

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  61. Spawny Get says:

    ConWoman speaks

    Yet are the people cowed by this orchestrated bullying by the elites? Perhaps not. Anecdotally, one hears that outside London and the big cities, there is overwhelming support for Brexit.

    And if BBC’s Sunday night Question Time is anything to go by, the people are still not getting the sanctimonious message that to insist on your right to self-governance makes you some kind of Nazi. This is Mail Online’s summary of the exchanges:

    ‘You’re a 21st Century Neville Chamberlain*!’

    Cameron mocked for appeasing EU leaders as he is hammered AGAIN by voters over his failure to tackle immigration

    Repeatedly mauled by the audience over failure to tackle immigration
    One woman told him public services at risk of being ‘flooded’
    Another accused him of behaving like Chamberlain over EU renegotiation
    Refused three times to say he would veto Turkey joining the EU
    Mr Cameron hit out at Nigel Farage for promoting ‘intolerance’
    Urged politicians to respect the memory and ‘values’ of Jo Cox

    The people of Britain stand in one corner, their elders and betters in another. We will soon see if Project Fear and Project Grief have done their worst. Or if we have the courage to take back control.

    I’m just not meeting Remainiacs in my limited exposure to the peeps.

    BBC’s Sunday night Question Time – the treat that I gave Cill yesterday was a link to this video. Cameron got a kicking.

    *Chamberlain was the mong that came back from a meeting with Hitler with a piece of paper and declared that there will be peace in our time…a year (of Britain heavily re-arming) later, Hitler got the party started.

    1938: ‘Peace for our time’ – Chamberlain
    The British Prime Minister has been hailed as bringing “peace to Europe” after signing a non-aggression pact with Germany.
    PM Neville Chamberlain arrived back in the UK today, holding an agreement signed by Adolf Hitler which stated the German leader’s desire never to go to war with Britain again.

    The two men met at the Munich conference between Britain, Germany, Italy and France yesterday, convened to decide the future of Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland.

    Mr Chamberlain declared the accord with the Germans signalled “peace for our time”, after he had read it to a jubilant crowd gathered at Heston airport in west London.

    The German leader stated in the agreement: “We are determined to continue our efforts to remove possible sources of difference and thus to contribute to assure the peace of Europe.”

    But many MPs are bound to criticise it as part of the Prime Minister’s “appeasement” of German aggression in Europe.

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  62. Spawny Get says:

    Moron the Remainiacs keepin’ it classy

    The new reasoned, respectful debate lasted not even 48 hours…

    BTW that isn’t Jo in the boat with her kids and alleged-sex-pest hubby

    New charity scandal as Save The Children executive quits after women’s complaints of ‘inappropriate behaviour’

    Chief strategist Brendan Cox denied the allegations but quit in September

    £160,000-a-year chief executive Justin Forsyth left for separate reasons

    Both men were senior advisers to former Prime Minister Gordon Brown

    The women threatened to ‘make a huge fuss’ when the charity did nothing

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    From what I keep hearing, it sounds as if David Cameron no longer has the confidence of the public.He should step down.
    Neville Chamberlain was not the only one suckered by Adolf Hitler. Consider Josef Stalin.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Am I to understand that women threatening to make allegations is enough to make men stand down? Whether or not the allegations have merit is of little consequence?

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  65. Spawny Get says:

    I think that there was enough merit to their claims that he had to go. He’s a hard-core lefty in a lefty charidee


  66. Spawny Get says:

    I’m going to add a little political balance here(!!!). The Remainiac view (piss be upon them)

    MarcusJuniusBrutus Always_Worth_Saying • 5 hours ago
    Reasons to remain:

    EU grants have been used to close down British factories and move the jobs to other countries including Slovakia, Poland and even Turkey. We have a responsibility to fight unemployment in these countries. Remember the economy needs us to remain.

    The EU’s tariffs and its agricultural policy make food more expensive. It’s important to keep the third world in poverty by adding massive tariffs to anything we import from there.

    EU rules and regulations strangle growth and job creation, only crony capitalists thrive. In 1980 with just 9 members the EU had 30% of global GDP; now with 28 members it has only 17% of global GDP.

    Although Britain pioneered workers’ rights and has a proud history of union activity, unions today are too weak to survive without EU protection.

    JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs want us to remain to help their profits.

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  67. Spawny Get says:

    Baroness Warsi has just announced that she’s leaving the England Football Team Managaer role.
    (may not travel well)


  68. Spawny Get says:

    A question from the audience (Guido’s audience)

    Captain Scarlet • 12 hours ago
    Hi everyone, first time poster so be gentle please.

    I have a question. I have monitored the various online polls on newspaper websites (both national and regional). So far only NME have had Remain in the lead, even the Mirror is showing almost 60% in favour of Leave.

    The comments section of the fiercely pro-Remain Independent is full of Leave comments, as is the BBC (impartial my backside). The vast majority of the BBC comments are pro-Leave, and they are carry the highest recommendations. The Guardian’s comments section has many Leave comments, even if the newspaper won’t print anything positive about Leave or indeed negative about Remain.

    So how come Sir Lynton Crosby keeps telling everyone that Remain are running a great campaign and are winning? Why are the Bookies predicting a comfortable remain win when the evidence seems to indicate the opposite (as mentioned above).

    Thank you.

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  69. Spawny Get says:

    Attack of the Euro-Shite-Hawk


  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Now, why would the bookies be saying Remain is more popular? Why would the betting favor Remain? The sheer size of that betting pool has to be so huge as to make it honest.


  71. Spawny Get says:

    People are pointing out that when big bets are made (10s -100s of thousands) they affect the odds. The odds are part of the information driving the financial institutions’ robot traders…affecting stock prices etc.

    => Big money can use big bets (that are peanuts to them) to make bigger money off of the markets.


  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It would take some serious money to do that and they may go out too far on a limb in the process.


  73. Spawny Get says:

    They’re getting headlines off of sub-million pound bets. One £50K bet was described as ‘large’.

    The Remainiacs have far more money that they can legally spend on their campaign, they get headlines from ‘large’ bets (which are not ‘campaigning’). It feeds the ‘leave is a risk’ narrative. ‘Ooh look stocks have risen off the back of Remain regaining ground in the polls’ <= this was mainstream media this week.

    The city has trillions to play with. They make money from market perturbations, a flat stable market leaves small scope for big wins. They want turbulance. They want exchange rate fluctuations.

    Also, there are a lot of careers on the line here. Lots of lobbyists, politicans, euro-drones, fonctionaires…none of them want out.

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  74. Spawny Get says:

    Also odds are driven by the interests of the bookies, not the actual odds.


  75. SFC Ton says:

    Basically, they’re having a shouting match, with neither one of them willing to admit that the other makes any valid points.
    Words are for women, and women love to talk for fucking hours about nothing, which is why all important issues should be solved with an old school MMA tournament instead

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  76. Spawny Get says:

    Russia Today reports what the BBC and other mainstream media in the UK won’t

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  77. Spawny Get says:

    “all important issues should be solved with an old school MMA tournament instead”
    I can see that working well for you…debate team champion you’d be.

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  78. SFC Ton says:

    I can see that working well for you
    and lets face it, isn’t what’s best for me the most important factor……

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  79. Spawny Get says:

    I think that the world would be a much better place if decent people had a clearer sense of what’s in their interests. Sweden wouldn’t be happening. Rotherham etc wouldn’t be either.


  80. SFC Ton says:

    That’s a complex topic Spawny
    Due to the leftist ie jewish inspired indoctrination the White people in Sweden are not allowed to have any self interests. Well Whites in general are not

    Rotherham; Some people still see a native kinship with the people who live near by them…. this is a traditional nationalist/ nativist view even if the person is not particularly nationalist themselves, Others do not feel that kinship ie leftist so they exploit those who live near bye. Those who still feel the native kinship for their traditional people are blinded to the fact most of those living near by are not kin but enemies. So they deal with them like kin, while their “kin” deal with them like enemies

    there is only one correctional devise left, but nativist are loath to exterminate their “kin”


  81. Spawny Get says:

    “White people in Sweden are not allowed to have any self interests. Well Whites in general are not”


    St Jo of Cox (the murdered MP) did huge amounts of charity propaganda in the third world. Showed up, shook hands etc. Not a word about the grooming of girls in the areas all around her constituency. Very selective about her ‘good works’ she was.

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  82. SFC Ton says:

    Sadly, hammering MP’s is one of the more rationale reactions


  83. SFC Ton says:

    sadly was supposed to have quotes

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  84. Spawny Get says:

    Your sense of humour is sadly akin to mine. My commiserations


  85. Spawny Get says:

    Dave just called a significant press conference…
    (am looking for details)
    In the meantime


  86. Spawny Get says:

    ‘kin ‘ell
    Dave sounds desperate. I have to wonder whether the polls he’s seeing are far worse (for him) than what I’m seeing.

    Desperate stuff.

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  87. Spawny Get says:

    oh ho!
    Farage vs Heseltine debate

    Heseltine was a betrayor of Thatcher and is now a bought and sold europhile scrote

    This page in 50 minutes time

    Neville Cross Alb Einstein • 14 minutes ago
    Farage needs to be careful. If the old treacherous cunt keels over, we don’t need another death being blamed on Leave.

    Jen The Blue EeeYepBlowing Whistles • 13 minutes ago
    Bizarre choice….the bugger has no arguments and is practically senile. NC is right (above) Tarzan has already had at least one coronary and I bet the traitor deliberately refused to take his medication in the previous week for that very reason.


  88. Spawny Get says:

    Reports of a strange squishing noise emanating from Dave’s underpants as he walked back inside to the toilet Number Ten Downing Street.

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  89. Spawny Get says:

    So much for the ute vote, brah

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  90. Yoda says:

    Warning about the EU this actually is,

    “I gradually became disenchanted with Marxism by visiting many of the countries that had tried to shape their societies to conform to its doctrines. I was disillusioned by the realities I saw in … socialist countries – the USSR, Eastern Europe, China, Cuba, etc,” Stauder told The College Fix via email.

    “I came to recognize that socialism doesn’t work, and that its ‘revolutionary’ imposition inevitably leads to cruelty, injustice and the loss of freedom,” the professor continued.

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    a treat for afters


  92. Yoda says:

    Riot police forced to use tear gas on stone-throwing crowd chanting ‘f*** the UK’ who tried to board ferries bound for Britain

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  93. Yoda says:

    George Galloway still around he is?
    Hilarity ensue it will

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  94. Spawny Get says:

    Gorgeous George is a weapon that you want on your side, but you keep well away from him lest you be associated with him. Bizarre guy. I’d love to see a diagnosis


  95. Spawny Get says:

    Regarding the live radio debate

    EUSectorNW • 4 minutes ago
    So. So far Hestletine’s message is:

    1) What you see happening in your own life isn’t happening.
    2) You have to be as clever as me to understand these things.
    3) Nige is not a racist, but he is.

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  96. Cill says:

    Re the betting (Spawny at 10:58 am ff):

    On the betting exchanges (of which Betfair is the largest), you can:
    Back something to win
    Lay something to lose

    If when you lay something to lose the price is lower than it is when you back it to win, you will make money if it wins or recover your stake if it loses. You can’t make a loss. You will either recover your outlay or make a profit*.

    Over time, the Leave price has dropped and the In price has risen.

    If last year you laid In to lose and at today’s price you back it to win, you can’t lose.
    Or, if at last year’s price you backed Leave to win and today you lay it to lose, you can’t lose.
    In both cases you can’t make a loss but you can make a profit.

    This type of betting explains a lot of the big stakes on the exchanges.

    (*obviously the price has to increase enough to cover the exchange’s commission as well)

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  97. Spawny Get says:

    Nigel says: “Going by the postal votes I think we are going to win this, but not by very much”.


  98. Spawny Get says:

    BBC explains lack of coverage of Calais riots…power outage, it seems

    Although if I had to guess, I’d say that that was likely from the Dieppe raid. Somewhat of a trial run for D-Day. Tanks never made it off the beaches, a murder-fest.

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  99. Spawny Get says:

    Called it. Dieppe verified by tineye search

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  100. Yoda says:

    One hundredth anniversary of the Somme coming soon it is

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  101. Spawny Get says:

    Just watched two hour debate. The end was

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  102. Spawny Get says:

    The Queen doesn’t make public statements, but she can get very close to implying what her opinion might be

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  103. Spawny Get says:

    I might go and buy some newspapers tomorrow, keepsakes


  104. SFC Ton says:

    who was joking? we either hunt them down life rats or our descendants will be hunted down like rats by godless brown skinned mother fuckers in the land of their forefathers

    thats how the world works when tribes go soft


  105. SFC Ton says:

    Dieppe was a train wreck, but lessons need to be learned and the Allie shot callers learned a lot while fucking up in North Africa, Italy and the Dieppe raid but damn did that one go really bad

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  106. SFC Ton says:

    For the record, the only long term ill effects I predict from the UK voting to leave the EU is the fall out for not leaving if the vote says hall ass and the shitbirds in power say fuck you peasants

    I’m sure the UK will face some sort of adjustment pain but the pain and suffering for staying will be much worse in the long run

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  107. Spawny Get says:

    Ton, love your amendment rights…but we don’t have them here.

    By five hundred hours Zulu on Friday I should know the vote. That’s 6am blog-time. Then I/we need to wait to see what happens next. I can easily see an attempt to subvert a leave vote, in which case I do not know what happens next, seriously. An out vote really is just the end of the beginning.

    Curiously the remain/leave debate does not seem to be divided on racial grounds. More like ‘here already raise the drawbridge’ vs ‘coward, virtue signalling cuck fucktards and elite screw the proles types’. Our issues mirror yours, but with a twist. It is unhelpful for me to go WN when WN is not going to happen. Coherent society composed of more than one colour…might. And that might is as good as it gets over here. BREXIT is composed of a lot of pragmatists, very few dreamers. The deluded and/or scared types are for remain.

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  108. Yoda says:

    A new post there would be


  109. SFC Ton says:

    amendment rights….? you must be referring to the USA as it existed prior to 1860 and the damnyankees back the tyrant lincoln

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  110. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For the fallen at Dieppe,

    My father was in the Pacific Theater. He said that a lot of errors int the European Theater could have been avoided if someone int the ETO had only talked to good people in the Pacific.


  111. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I could just as well be wrong but, I think it will be a landslide for Leave on Thursday. I would bet a chocolate iced honey glazed doughnut on it. If it does come in that way, that should settle the argument. No waffling.


  112. SFC Ton says:

    I think the brexit was decided weeks ago and the election will go which ever way is needed for bankers etc to make more cash off middle class and poor Birts


  113. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I hope that it does not go as Ton has described. I can’t think of any better way to provoke a rebellion.


  114. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Upthread, I saw a photo of David Cameron being led away by police. I don’t think he has done anything to merit that. Having seen crooks in high office, I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.


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