Imagine going through the worst fall in living standards in UK history, and your government's "Number one" priority is fulfilling the racist wet dream of sending foreigners "back to Africa". MAD!
Mar 20 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
I'll be honest.
I'm genuinely surprised the DUP rejected the Windsor Framework.
The whole point of the Brexit renegotiation was to get the DUP to accept it, so Northern Ireland could have a government again.
So why wouldn't the Tories check with the DUP BEFORE signing it!?
The comments don't seem to be reading me...
The DUP saying no to something is NOT the confusing bit.
The confusing bit is why the Tories said yes to a deal without the consent of the very people they entered these negotiations to appease...
It's deliberate self-humiliation!
Mar 17 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
I'm sorry, what?
Obviously the cyclist should have been going slower while undertaking stopped traffic, but anyone who thinks the cyclist is more at fault than the pedestrian has zero understanding of the concept of right of way.
We've all been debating the role Brexit is playing in GDP & trade figures for 2 years now.
But while *we* can PHYSICALLY point to the ways Brexit has made trade more expensive👉🏿paperwork, border checks...
What can Brexiters point to, to say this is HOW Brexit has helped?
It's why they accuse us of being biased with positive data. "#DespiteBrexit"
When we see a positive change in trade and don't accept that it's a Brexit success... That's because it would be nonsense to conclude that having more barriers to trade can ever be a positive for trade.
Some people are sharing a story of the 4 MEPs charged with corruption, as if it justifies Brexit. 🙄😬
A) They were ACTUALLY arrested over €600,000. Tory Lord Michelle Mone pocketed £29 million and is still at large!
B) None of it cancels out the £100 billion Brexit has cost.
Every time you interpret any flaw in the EU as automatically justifying Brexit, you make it that much harder to not call you stupid.
And I mean that literally... Because that kind of binary thinking means you literally can't process complex concepts.