This is a pretty junktown opinion, FB.
Not only do you say “all” remainers, to which, if the tables were turned and Remainers said “all” Brexiteers were thick, or racist, you’d be the first banging to the drumbeat of not tarring everyone with the same brush.
But there we are. My own post, from the halcyon days of 31/03/17 which is as true now as it was then:
Remainers, I'm sure not all, but there has been an overwhelming barrage from well before the referendum, which has only increased, of intoned remarks, insinuations, direct accusations and wild outrageous claims for the future, in the wider public domain. Take the claim that we're mirroring Nazi Germany, absolute madness to suggest such a thing.
The worst thing you can do to drive a wedge between you and anyone else is mock the other party's intelligence, like that grinning young clown Nish Kumar who posed a question along the lines of where we expect to get tea and sugar from? It appear to be a belittling dig meant to suggest , yet again, we are all thick, we don't even know where sugar or tea originate from. He suggests we've stolen everything. If this is a remain argument its an irrelevant one, where do all of the EU get tea and sugar from?
I've never read a post from you defending leavers against the patronizing fun poking nonsense from the remain camp, you've always joined in. It makes it hard to actually place my true position on Brexit when I always feel compelled to respond to the rubbish. People who genuinely fear for someone making a big mistake usually sound persuasive, genuinely concerned and alarmed.
This has not been the case, even among remainers who think that has been there position. One in particular, James O'Brien, the most offensive issuer of the snide remark and inviting like minded callers to his show on LBC to join in the sneer fest. He honestly think he's done all he can to make the case for remain, he's done nothing of the sort. its really not what you all the time, it is very often how it is put across.
Tell me Tommy, have you ever lived in the UK/Scotland outside of the EU? Or outside of the Common Market?