For Britain and Stephen Yaxley-Lennon fail dismally in the UK's 2019 European Elections

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The Vengeful Milkshake

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Only 2,171 votes were given to Stephen "Man of the people" (oh, really?) Yaxley-Lennon, whilst For Britain fail to land a single seat in the European Elections. Just let this simple, irrefutable fact sink in. And then take in a deep breath...and laugh heartily as you exhale.
 
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Well done Farage and all the right wing parties in Europe and the trend is clear. Socialists have in many countries registered their lowest ever result in election.

A great night for all nationalists not that people actually bothered to vote.
 
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For Britain failed to keep their deposits. Yaxley-Lennon finished bottom of the pile in the North-East of England. Beautiful. Just beautiful. And @reelfountain's vain bleating underlines this totally. Aaaah, perfect.
 
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For Britain failed to keep their deposits. Yaxley-Lennon finished bottom of the pile in the North-East of England. Beautiful. Just beautiful. And @reelfountain's vain bleating underlines this totally. Aaaah, perfect.
Did everyone but you think they are anything but a fringe party?

As if people would wake up and go yeah why not vote for some irish lesbo who is friends with a gay ponce who once had flowers in his back pocket. That will really make sure the important questions are dealt with swiftly.

You really aimed for the cat when the elephant Farage is dancing on your table.
 
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Wonder how many people will be insisting on a 2nd referendum now?
I don't think it's ever going to stop, at least - not in my lifetime. If Brexit is the result of a 2nd referendum, then Remainers will call for a 3rd, then a 4th, 5th, 6th etc until they get the result they want.

If Remain win a 2nd referendum, then Brexit voters will demand a 3rd referendum to make it 'best of 3'.

It's just going to go on, and on, and on without end. The country is split down the middle on this issue, so there is no outcome that is going to be acceptable to either side.
 

Stephen Hofmann

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Only 2,171 votes were given to Stephen "Man of the people" (oh, really?) Yaxley-Lennon, whilst For Britain fail to land a single seat in the European Elections. Just let this simple, irrefutable fact sink in. And then take in a deep breath...and laugh heartily as you exhale.
On the other hand......The Brexit Party smashed it....
 
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Only 2,171 votes were given to Stephen "Man of the people" (oh, really?) Yaxley-Lennon, whilst For Britain fail to land a single seat in the European Elections. Just let this simple, irrefutable fact sink in. And then take in a deep breath...and laugh heartily as you exhale.
Your boys and girls took a helluva beating in Europe tonight so no wonder you focus on a fringe party like any fake news media would.
Get that head out of the sand and smell the coffee, the right wing wind is blowing at gale force throughout Europe.

Long may it continue!
 
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The Vengeful Milkshake

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Your boys and girls took a helluva beating in Europe tonight so no wonder you focus on a fringe party like any fake news media would.
Get that head out of the sand and smell the coffee, the right wing wind is blowing at gale force throughout Europe.

Long may it continue!
Aaaaah. The chomping of sour grapes from Adolf and Eva-come latelys at the sight of their heroes falling short and falling badly. And to think some here hope a man with no plan nor manifesto will give you that what you wish for.
Some clearly have their heads buried deep in the used kitty litter. It shows. :lbf::lbf::lbf:
 
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Aaaaah. The chomping of sour grapes from Adolf and Eva-come latelys at the sight of their heroes falling short and falling badly. And to think some here hope a man with no plan nor manifesto will give you that what you wish for.
Some clearly have their heads buried deep in the used kitty litter. It shows. :lbf::lbf::lbf:
You just won't admit defeat but if you lived in Sweden and watched our biased socialist news you'd see them mourning and moaning and then you would realise what a heavy defeat it was for you.

Hitler and Eva were great people and heroes getting miscredited for all the good things they achieved not that you would ever study it of course.

To sum it up the right wing parties across Europe won by a landslide and made the EU even more divided and torn apart and today the swedish prime minister held a press conference where he was extremely worried saying it will be hard to move forward now.

Farage is pissing all over ya.
 
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Farage is right about the sore losers and none more so than the one in denial in this thread. The damage control is not working and everyone realises that the people of Europe have had enough and demands change.

We are seeing the final death twitches from the corpse that is socialism. Great times ahead.
 
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Lowest ever turn out in my old ghetto and the divide the elections shows is even bigger taking into account that those that didn't even vote are not exactly in favour of the ones in power.

When those floodgates open Europe will be like Romania in 1989. Make sure your helicopters are in working order.
 

reelfountain

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I don't think it's ever going to stop, at least - not in my lifetime. If Brexit is the result of a 2nd referendum, then Remainers will call for a 3rd, then a 4th, 5th, 6th etc until they get the result they want.

If Remain win a 2nd referendum, then Brexit voters will demand a 3rd referendum to make it 'best of 3'.

It's just going to go on, and on, and on without end. The country is split down the middle on this issue, so there is no outcome that is going to be acceptable to either side.
Yes, I agree. A 2nd referendum would be anti-democratic - and we never have 2nd general elections when the losing side takes its losing badly. But I believe if we did have one, Brexiteers would win again and by a higher margin - which again would be meaningless and a 3rd referendum would be called. Then a 4th and 5th and so on ad infinitum.

It was funny flicking through Twitter last night at all the liberals saying things like 'I can't bear it' and 'Why is this happening?' But the BBC quickly discovered how they would slant Farage's landslide: if we tot up all the losing parties votes they outnumber Brexit Party votes! That's it! Yippee, we've won again and Farage has in fact lost!

This level of delusion is ludicrous. I thought the Brexit Party's victory landslide would finally force the liberal globalists to accept defeat, but no. It goes on like a spoilt child that will not stop its tantrum.
 
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