And the most depressing part, whatever the result the losers are not going to shut up.
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> On 27 May 2016, at 16:01, Little Light <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> So if I read all the arguments for and against, it seems that the majority of list members believe that
> 1 - Remaining is best for archaeology as the UK don't give a crap about it. (But here was protection of Heritage before the EU, and these days more people believe in protecting their past than they did prior to the EU)
> 2 - Remaining is what sensible people will vote for (As if there are no learned people wanting to leave?)
> 3 - Remaining is the best for democracy. (Whose version of Democracy are we talking about?)
> 4 - Remaining is what Julius Caesar would have chosen if he was alive today. (As Emperor, of course he would, he was totally for unifying the whole known Countries under his rule).
> however, the list members seem rather up themselves when it comes to Brexiteers themselves.
> It reads to me that:
> 1 - Leaving will be a disaster for the UK and the EU will cease to function (many said that it had been a blessing for the Eastern Europeans, to which I agree that it probably has, anything is better than Communism or a Dictatorship, in my opinion). The EU will still go on with their journey, but trying to bind the Cultures is eventually going to end up in one hell of a major disagreements. Personally, I don't think Turkey should be admitted until Erdogan is no longer President, he is a wolf in sheep's clothing, a dictator in a nice suit)
> 1 - Leaving is for nutters, racists and nationalists.
> 3 - Leaving will mean the Country could be run by the above and that would be disastrous (of course, no sane person wants to leave the EU)
> 4 - Leaving will be a downfall for the EU and it will fall apart without us
> 5 - Leaving will mean we stand alone and have no friends ( does that mean we wouldn't help EU Countries if anything went wrong?)
> Reading it has been like reading the comments on the Daily Mail website, just better linguistically.
> I think it's shameful for people in the Remain camp to look down at the people from the Leave as if they are beneath them. It has caused enough arguments between families as it is due to difference of opinion, it shouldn't split Academics and bring them to petty disputes. It will be what it will be, we will have to live with the consequences regardless of the result. People are people no matter their opinion. If the Bremains treated the Brexiteers with a little more decorum, maybe some would change their minds.
> The EU started to stop France and Germany from tit-for-tatting in War & Peace, we were invited at a later date.
> There are good and bad points to being in any Community, and the future of the Country and our future generations is at stake and I'm fed up of hearing of "project fear". It seems anything in the media that is said by either side is "Project Fear".
> To be honest, I'm starting to get fed up of the whole juncture, and wish that the whole thing was closer than it is, as the media frenzy is only going to get worse.
> This is just my opinion, take it as you like, but I won't be getting into any discussions about my own viewpoint......sorry!