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Old 25-06-2016, 02:04 PM   #21
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'This vote doesn't represent the younger generation who will have to live with the consequences': Millennials vent fury at baby boomers for voting Britain OUT of the EU

Millennials have slammed baby boomers for voting Britain out of the EU as furious crowds of young people protest in London.

Young Britons voted in their droves in favour of the Remain campaign with an incredible 72 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds against a Brexit.

However despite their efforts, Leave won the referendum with 52 per cent thanks to the majority of older voters in England and Wales.

In response, Brits carrying placards and flags have staged a protest through the streets of London today, taking them from the Houses of Parliament, to Downing Street and London Bridge.

Many wore face paint and ignited flares as the hundreds of Britons marched towards the Shard, some carrying signs with the slogans 'no borders' and 'refugees welcome'.



Clueless to how the game is being played.

How do you wake them up?
ask them to leave their parents home and try to forge their own way in life..
their views will change quick sharp
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Old 25-06-2016, 02:06 PM   #22
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How thick are these youngsters?!

Remain supporter Elizabeth Mayfield, 19, looked on in despair as the referendum results came in.

And she knew who she blamed - an older generation that she sees as having secure jobs and gold-plated generous pensions, people who had caused house prices to soar and plunged the country into debt.

"I'm annoyed that baby boomers have messed things up for us again," says Mayfield, a student at Staffordshire University.

"They've voted for something that's not going to really affect them. They're not going to have to deal with the consequences."


Ditzy idiot! So she'd like the EU to dictate to us, bill us for millions to prop up their sinking ship? Just let some silly youngster say that nonsense to me and I'll set them straight! They will look back on this day and thank the older folks in years to come.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-36619342

This older generation who have also had it so easy had:a divisive education system, a school leaving age of 15 (,anyone working for 50 year deserves a decent pension), less than 20% going into higher education, I love young people and really feel for them but........

and on the subject of gender neutral toilets I would have been happy to go to a gender neutral school
I suddenly feel very old.
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Old 25-06-2016, 02:08 PM   #23
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This is all divide and conquer. The blame is neither with old or young, but with the system and its supporters.
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Old 25-06-2016, 02:12 PM   #24
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ask them to leave their parents home and try to forge their own way in life..
their views will change quick sharp
Before the age of 35
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Old 25-06-2016, 02:20 PM   #25
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The youth as per usual are to young and programmed, It's like telling a child of 5 'santa claus doesn't exist', you try telling these guys what is happening, it might damage em. Look at what we all went through in the waking up process.
The education system and a technological overload has provided the kids with very programmable brains it would seem.
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Old 25-06-2016, 02:28 PM   #26
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Hi Grem

I think it is all planned to create division, turning the young against the old.

If you look at Twitter or Imgur etc it is full of people who are very unhappy about how it turned out, thing is, you can tell by the things they are saying that they have got their opinions from the MSM which is ATM in full FEAR mode. These people are trying to say it is the Leave voters which don't/didn't know the facts and it annoys the shit out of me how wrong they are. By what they are bleating, they are showing that they have gotten their ideas from the tv, which could also point to where they got their opinions from for the actual vote IE by listening to the celebs etc. The people who voted leave have seen the damage being done by the EU, they know about what the EU is doing and has done and they have lived through what the EU has done.

18 to 24 year olds, lets just take 20 year olds as a group, these people have probably only been paying attention to politics for the last 2 or 3 years max, not a lot of young people are interested in politics so I would have to say IMO that they don't know the full story. They have their opinions told to them by the MSM, celebs and things like Twitter, Facebook etc.

I'm not sure the 70% figure of younger people voting is true either, surely if that were true the results would have been quite different. To me it seems that they didn't vote and now because they have lost they are whinging about it. Also the MSM FEAR is probably making some of the younger voters who voted leave regret their decision.

Anything that happens from this point on will be blamed on the older generation even if it is staged by those in power to punish Britain for daring to leave.
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Old 25-06-2016, 02:33 PM   #27
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Ironically, in recent years the most visible and vocal members of these protests against austerity and the like are young people from relatively prosperous (and in some cases, wealthy) backgrounds, studying at the most prestigious universities. Weird on many levels. I suppose it's known as 'having a good education'.

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Old 25-06-2016, 03:02 PM   #28
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How does anyone know the age of voters?
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Old 25-06-2016, 03:10 PM   #29
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Tell that paid actor she's still free to move to another e.u country preferable Germany then she can have 1st hand taste of freedom whilst being culturally enriched by force from muzie migrants while German gestapo turns a blind eye

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Old 25-06-2016, 03:14 PM   #30
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We were never given the chance to choose all those years ago and two years later we had a referendum that i was one year to young to vote in.. I was right to feel wary I watched my country go down the pan, I watch people go bust and lose everything.

The young of today hopefully will see in time that those who never got the chance to speak at the time were right in taking back their power that our own older generation gave away. ( through fear even then) They can rebuild it all rather than sit bemoaning someone's choice.

We still have some great traditional crafts men and women .. we still have some people out there that can get the old industry up and running..

for me its like being re-born

So like I was told at the time.. You are to young to understand.. Im saying to the young of today you have never known anything different to compare this to.. You have grown up in the EU to you its a safety net, to me its always been a prison.
you need to grow up now and stand on your own two feet and find out exactly what life can be like without anyone holding your hand. Yes its going to be wobbly.. but we will make it through the bad..

This is very encouraging .. this is from a man who knows his money!! sorry cannot find a youtube link

https://www.facebook.com/bbcbreakfas...6911747656293/
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Old 25-06-2016, 04:59 PM   #31
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I'm 26 and voted leave, not every young person is asleep. Most of my male friends know a lot about the true nature of the tyranny. I woke my 18 year old apprentice up pretty easily he listens to what I say, I've tried to tell countless older people that the system is rigged and the establishment is fucking them in the ass and they just ignore me or tell me 'the system is fine ive done well out of it knuckle down and you'll do fine'

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Old 25-06-2016, 05:12 PM   #32
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On the guardian news comments i saw utterly stupid statements being made.

Example 1 "Old people are dying at a rate 500 people per day, at this rate within 2 years from now if we redid the referendum the remain vote would win - so why leave now when it would have gone the other way 2 years from now"

Example 2 in regards to the petition for second referendum "Surely it's undemocratic to ignore over a million people in this petition?"

Option 2 got completely shot down by a few people, including myself. What's undemocratic is to ignore a vote of 33 million people because of a petition signed by a million people (no doubt those who voted for the losing side).
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Old 25-06-2016, 05:22 PM   #33
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OMG you have to be shittin' me!

These youngsters are even thicker than I thought!




Exactly- the older generation had far more gumption and bravery- still do!






God how I'd love to laugh in that ditz's face!
At least she can be happy that its not really blood like so many have had to shed because of European ambitions for power and dominance
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Old 25-06-2016, 05:23 PM   #34
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On the guardian news comments i saw utterly stupid statements being made.

Example 1 "Old people are dying at a rate 500 people per day, at this rate within 2 years from now if we redid the referendum the remain vote would win - so why leave now when it would have gone the other way 2 years from now"

Example 2 in regards to the petition for second referendum "Surely it's undemocratic to ignore over a million people in this petition?"

Option 2 got completely shot down by a few people, including myself. What's undemocratic is to ignore a vote of 33 million people because of a petition signed by a million people (no doubt those who voted for the losing side).
Typical of young people today. They have to have it their way and cant accept when people don't listen to them. So many of these students are smug twats who think they know better than people who have lived through decades of Eu expansion.
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Old 25-06-2016, 05:25 PM   #35
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ask them to leave their parents home and try to forge their own way in life..
their views will change quick sharp
I've awoken or atleast got the point across to a lot more young people than I have older people, a young person will actually listen to you when you say there are people working against the rest of humanity. Try telling that to a 40 something who's done nothing but work their whole lives, they just point and scream conspiracy theorist because that's what they've been indoctrinated into the last 20 years of being a wage slave.

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Old 25-06-2016, 05:32 PM   #36
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1 of the reason young people voted was because there phone tariff stays cheaper....need I say more?
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Old 25-06-2016, 05:52 PM   #37
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Had to laugh at the placard I saw saying "At least we still have Lidl".

How many actually bothered to vote? Crying because they didn't get their way through democratic process. Really. They need to stop whining and get off their collective arses and realise that they can be part of building the UK, if they make the effort, rather than clutching to the coat-tails of the Big Bad Wolf like spoilt, entitled and lazy brats.
Sorry but they boil my piss.
Pleased to see many of their compatriots highly embarrassed by their antics.



What a drama queen. Save it for Hallowe'en, dearie. And wake up whilst you are at it..
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Old 25-06-2016, 06:09 PM   #38
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Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century (rs21) is a news, comment, analysis and campaigning website run by a group of revolutionary socialists in Britain.

Wonder who the backers are.
How about defend the peoples rights?
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Old 25-06-2016, 06:29 PM   #39
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Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century (rs21) is a news, comment, analysis and campaigning website run by a group of revolutionary socialists in Britain.

Wonder who the backers are.
How about defend the peoples rights?

But why "after the referendum" did the knew about the outcome before the uk left Europe & then would be closing its borders?
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Old 25-06-2016, 06:34 PM   #40
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no clue but I think it is wrong to imply that people who voted out are racist and fascist.
I did not vote I am not even on the voters registar for personal reasons, which I am not going to go into here.
But I do not condem those who did, thier choice.
In or out we still have this fucked up goverment and labour are no better.

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