View Poll Results: 10 days left, what'll it be?

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  • Hard Brexit (crash out)

    45 48.91%
  • No Brexit (Remain by revoking A50)

    24 26.09%
  • Withdrawal Agreement (after a new session is called)

    0 0%
  • Extension + Withdrawal Agreement

    3 3.26%
  • Extension + Crashout

    9 9.78%
  • Extension + Remain

    11 11.96%
  1. #18561
    Quote Originally Posted by LeGin Tufnel View Post
    Absolute, unspeakable, uncultured goat.
    Shit. I need to focus.

  2. #18562
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    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    Tchaikovsky?

    Edit: Catching up on the entire segment of conversation - no I wasn't trying to suggest Eine Kliene was Tchaikovsky, just that he's pretty damn good and I'd be genuinely curious if Dribbs wants to poohpooh him in the same way (I kinda agree to an extent about the Beethoven/Mozart comment. A small extent. Very small)
    Not wanting to fall into a Russian trap, but yeah he's pretty fine. There's an absolute case the EU anthem should be his 1812 Overture rather than that insipid Ode to fucking Joy.

  3. #18563
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Not wanting to fall into a Russian trap, but yeah he's pretty fine. There's an absolute case the EU anthem should be his 1812 Overture rather than that insipid Ode to fucking Joy.
    Well then. That's okay.
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    Damnit hubcap, you are such a retard.
    Seriously guys, this forum would be a better place if everyone just stopped acknowledging Zenkai. It's just demeaning to everyone.

  4. #18564
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    If true, and not a silly quote taken out of context, that's disgraceful. But a party, not a month from launch, is highly likely within the millions and millions drawn to it to have ended up with 1 or 2 bad apples.
    You tell me?


    I mean, when someone's views are so disgusting that even UKIP are calling them out for it...


    Edit - bless UKIP twitter supporters for not being able to tell the difference between UKIP and the Brexit Party
    Last edited by Dizzeeyooo; 2019-05-06 at 10:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    Doesn't fix the Irish Border, will require the same withdrawal agreement as exists today.
    I wasnt serious

    However Britain has in action (if not in word) made it clear that they themselves as a whole do not want any of the issues fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    You tell me?

    I mean, when someone's views are so disgusting that even UKIP are calling them out for it...

    Edit - bless UKIP twitter supporters for not being able to tell the difference between UKIP and the Brexit Party
    Ahhh but I asked you to tell me first...

    And yet your reply is lacking the required advice I requested? Quite simply you have the choice of two in my area.The Widdecombe or Sargon? I am going to vote for one of them, which do you suggest?

    In other news the postman delivered my voting cards today and you will be quite cheered to know that as a proxy for somebody I get two votes eurochums. After careful discussion they are happy to go with whatever my choice is, surprise surprise and happy happy days.

  7. #18567
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    And yet your reply is lacking the required advice I requested? Quite simply you have the choice of two in my area.The Widdecombe or Sargon? I am going to vote for one of them, which do you suggest?
    If I was in the situation of having to pick between voting for a party that defends candidates who "condone violence against children" (to quote UKIP) vs voting for a party that defends candidates who are under police investigation for threatening to rape their political opponents - I would probably start questioning my life choices.

  8. #18568
    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    If I was in the situation of having to pick between voting for a party that defends candidates who "condone violence against children" (to quote UKIP) vs voting for a party that defends candidates who are under police investigation for threatening to rape their political opponents - I would probably start questioning my life choices.
    Let's be real here, he'd vote for Pennywise is that clown supported Brexit.

  9. #18569
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Ahhh but I asked you to tell me first...

    And yet your reply is lacking the required advice I requested? Quite simply you have the choice of two in my area.The Widdecombe or Sargon? I am going to vote for one of them, which do you suggest?

    In other news the postman delivered my voting cards today and you will be quite cheered to know that as a proxy for somebody I get two votes eurochums. After careful discussion they are happy to go with whatever my choice is, surprise surprise and happy happy days.
    If you live in the South West and want to vote for UKIP you will be voting for some bloke called Lawrence Webb since he's first on the ticket (GL winning 2 seats with >5% of the vote). Looks like he's been pretty quiet lately but his profile from 2012 on the BBC makes him sound like a real stand up guy. Please vote for him, every vote counts and you spoiling 2 of them is great news.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-17629855

    Widdecombe would be the best way to spend your vote if you're obsessed with voting for a personality. She's first on the ticket with a party that will actually be claiming seats.
    Last edited by Kronik85; 2019-05-07 at 11:13 AM.

  10. #18570
    I love how it's been a year and a half and the thread title remains 100% accurate.

    Quote Originally Posted by LeGin Tufnel View Post
    A total of 19% of those polled either don't know that the Brexit Party is pro-Brexit or think that it's anti-Brexit.

    19% who are that dumb? Literally, they shouldn't be allowed to vote. It brings out my inner fascist.
    Reminds me of how Coke Zero rebranded to "Coke No Sugar" after a lot of testing which indicated that when asked "how much sugar does Coke Zero have?", about 50% guessed a number other than zero.
    Last edited by Mormolyce; 2019-05-07 at 11:17 AM.
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    Look Batman really isn't an accurate source by any means
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    It is a fact, not just something I made up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    If I was in the situation of having to pick between voting for a party that defends candidates who "condone violence against children" (to quote UKIP) vs voting for a party that defends candidates who are under police investigation for threatening to rape their political opponents - I would probably start questioning my life choices.
    You would think that if they are as bad as you say, they wouldn't be allowed to stand? Or if they are guilty of those crimes that you allege at the least locked up and the keys thrown away.

    Strange that they are free to stand for election as pillars of the community. Why do you think that is?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kronik85 View Post
    If you live in the South West and want to vote for UKIP you will be voting for some bloke called Lawrence Webb since he's first on the ticket (GL winning 2 seats with >5% of the vote). Looks like he's been pretty quiet lately but his profile from 2012 on the BBC makes him sound like a real stand up guy. Please vote for him, every vote counts and you spoiling 2 of them is great news.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-17629855

    Widdecombe would be the best way to spend your vote if you're obsessed with voting for a personality. She's first on the ticket with a party that will actually be claiming seats.
    Now that the Brexit party seem likely to become the new Conservative party, as Tory funding collapses and is diverted to the BXP, and given her past connections I tend to agree.

    BREAKING Nigel Farage says he is now in talks with Tory donors about funding its general election campaign.

    https://twitter.com/christopherhope/...05488593768448

    Two votes coming up for the Widdecombe!

    If you are looking to Remain could you enlighten me who you would vote for? If there is such support for Remain why isn't Chukkas lot doing better in the polls? I'd quite like to know who the Brexit opposition is, but there doesn't seem to be any...

  12. #18572
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    If you are looking to Remain could you enlighten me who you would vote for? If there is such support for Remain why isn't Chukkas lot doing better in the polls? I'd quite like to know who the Brexit opposition is, but there doesn't seem to be any...
    <INSERT GIF OF TOM HARDY SAYING "that's bait" IN MAD MAX>

    Lib Dem, Green and Change UK are polling equally as of last week so any of those 3. Would be nice if they worked together or Labour came out on a second ref to solidify the vote into one clear channel and amplify the Remain vote but no chance of that.

    Personally I'll be trying to find local polling for my area for voting which ever Remain party is polling the highest, if I can't I'll vote Green because it's to cast a vote for saving humanity for our children.

  13. #18573
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    You would think that if they are as bad as you say, they wouldn't be allowed to stand? Or if they are guilty of those crimes that you allege at the least locked up and the keys thrown away.

    Strange that they are free to stand for election as pillars of the community. Why do you think that is?
    Because the law in this area is staggeringly inadequate and presumes that political parties will exercise discretion without needing to be forced?
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    Really sorry to see you've been on the receiving end of these unpleasant comments @jessphillips Current law in this area only allows for disqualification if someone has served a year or more in prison. We'd be happy to discuss with you.
    But just to be clear - you are happy to vote for parties that include candidates who supported pedophilia & IRA bombings / openly discuss raping their female political opponents? You are happy for your tax money to go towards paying their salaries and pensions?
    Last edited by Dizzeeyooo; 2019-05-07 at 12:57 PM.

  14. #18574
    Latest polling from Survation shows that the Brexit party are still neck and neck with Labour in EP elections but are set to take votes from both main parties. It is looking the Cons are in for another poor election showing.



    https://www.survation.com/european-p...e-uk-apr-2019/

    Rather, brilliantly, Nigel Farage says that the Brexit party will not be publishing policies until after the European elections are over. During the campaign it will be focusing on democracy in a press conference this morning. Presumably because if no-one knows what their policies are then no-one can criticise them.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...sume-live-news

    And the police are investigating, everyone's favourite youtube racist and Ukipper, Carl Benjamin with regard to comments about Jess Phillips,

    https://twitter.com/vicderbyshire/st...82338522910720

  15. #18575
    Quote Originally Posted by Pann View Post
    So if I'm reading that are the Lib Dems/Green/Independents taking 18% of Labours vote share and 14% of the Conservatives but aren't on the graph?

  16. #18576
    Quote Originally Posted by Kronik85 View Post
    So if I'm reading that are the Lib Dems/Green/Independents taking 18% of Labour's vote share but aren't on the graph?
    I think the point is to highlight how well the new parties are doing at gaining votes from the two main parties. But, yeah, that is a reasonable assumption but don't forget that there could be abstentions and possibly Con votes in the unaccounted for 18%.

  17. #18577
    Quote Originally Posted by Pann View Post
    I think the point is to highlight how well the new parties are doing at gaining votes from the two main parties. But, yeah, that is a reasonable assumption but don't forget that there could be abstentions and possibly Con votes in the unaccounted for 18%.
    True dat, just trying to get a bigger picture atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    Because the law in this area is staggeringly inadequate and presumes that political parties will exercise discretion without needing to be forced?


    But just to be clear - you are happy to vote for parties that include candidates who supported pedophilia & IRA bombings / openly discuss raping their female political opponents? You are happy for your tax money to go towards paying their salaries and pensions?
    I thought I had been clear that that no I won't be voting for Labour or the Conservatives both of whom are guilty of many of the things you allege. Can you say the same?

  19. #18579
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    I thought I had been clear that that no I won't be voting for Labour or the Conservatives both of whom are guilty of many of the things you allege. Can you say the same?
    I am absolutely happy to say that I won't be voting for parties that defend candidates like Claire Fox or Carl Benjamin - i'm asking why you are happy to do so?

    Did you know who Claire Fox was before Farage announced she was standing and other Brexit party candidates (like Sally Bate) started quitting in disgust at having to share a platform with her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    I am absolutely happy to say that I won't be voting for parties that defend candidates like Claire Fox or Carl Benjamin - i'm asking why you are happy to do so?

    Did you know who Claire Fox was before Farage announced she was standing and other Brexit party candidates (like Sally Bate) started quitting in disgust at having to share a platform with her?
    Not really, I'd seen her on QT a couple of times and on her SKY review tomorrows papers segment. But tbh you are overstating her importance to the Brexit party and she is at best a bit part player and never likely to end up PM.

    In comparison to say the leader of the Labour party who counts amongst his friends Hamas and Hezbollah...

    Are you happy to say you won't vote for Labour? Or are you quite comfortable that your tax money will go towards paying his salary and tea for his mates?

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