des wrote: Dazzler wrote: des wrote:
Dazzler wrote:I can understand your defensiveness because you were tricked into voting for - and let's not mince words - a party crammed with fascists who at the time had no published manifesto, but you really can't dodge this: you're going to have to own the fact that your irrational fears have pushed you into cheerleading for right-wing authoritarians who used the EU as a shield for the incompetence of the British government.
You know that question "If you were alive in Nazi Germany when the Nazi regime was scapegoating Jews, gypsies, intellectuals and Freemasons to cover for their own dishonesty and corruption, would you have spoken out or kept quiet?"
Well, now you know the answer to that question
Stop talking out of your arse and answer my question!
I was under the impression that I had. What question is this?
Are you going to have the neck to call me arrogant again in the same post you dismiss everyone who voted differently from you as 'sheeple'? Why aren't you arrogant, Des, for failing to recognise the grave threat this country, Europe, the Western world, currently faces because people can't work out the difference between protest and voting for fascist elitists?
What were people opposed to our continued membership of the EU supposed to do in an election where all the parties bar one were committed to us continuing as a fully paid up member of the club?
Vote conservative? They offered a referendum. By that logic, voting conservative would have been a better option for someone who wanted a referendum.
And don't give me any twaddle about Nazi sympathies!
Nigel Farage might be a bit of a cunt, but trying to put him in the same bracket as Adolf Hitler just makes you look silly!
I actually think he's more like Erich Honecker, but let's not get reductive. Farage is at the head of a right-wing nationalist authoritarian revolution in Europe, and has been photographed sucking Donald Trump's piles in the US. You voted for him. Take responsibility. Fascism doesn't begin with gas chambers, it arrives as your friend.
The liberal ploy of shouting down anyone who disagreed with them as 'racist' probably added several million voters to the Brexit cause!
Do you think that because I can see historical patterns developing, that I should be ashamed that I've educated myself, Des? That I've bothered to read and listen to parallels with, most recently, the interbellum period in Europe that I should be in some way ashamed of this? Because I'm not. Ignorance is a disease, and it's curable. Ignorance is a crime.
You can stick your 'liberal elite' bullshit up your fucking arsehole. The only difference between you and me is that I've read a few books and I still have to make a living in this increasingly small, shitty, degraded country, so stop talking down to me, you lazy fucking ignoramus. Ignorance is not strength. It's weakness.
Totlitarianism is once again lapping at the shores of Europe. It's coming. Make no mistake about that. When the iron hand is withdrawn fro the velvet glove, which side will you be on? I think we know.