Let's get this straight once and for all, you dimwit, loony liberal Euro-fanatics and little Scotlander's.
100% of the British people were taken in to the dictatorship of the E.E.C back in 1973 by the Treacherous Ted Heath, without even having a vote whether to join or not.
You didn't moan then.
33% of British people subsequently voted to come out of the E.E.C. in the vote which was eventually conceded in 1975; 2 years after the deceitful Ted heath had took us in, without a vote.
That 33% of the population were never listened to and indeed had to endure some 40 odd years of membership without a say.
You didn't moan then.
40% odd of people in Scotland, voted to leave the E.E.C.
You never mention them.
52% odd of people, voted to leave the E.E.C. in the referendum last year.
You never mention that, apart from saying how you 'respect' that, before swiftly moving on to your own agenda, thus trying to override the very same decision.
Given the figures above, no sane person could possibly derive the conclusion that the country is being 'dragged' out of the E.E.C. by anybody, let alone the Tories.
The majority of people in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, voted to leave the wretched E.E.C. in a free and fair, democratic referendum
Just as the wishes of the 33% of people who had the foresight to want to leave in 1975 were ignored and 100% were ignored in the first place back in 1973, who all subsequently had to go along with it for 40 years or more, the 48% of remain voters (including the Scottish) should now also shut up and move on.
And that's because we live in a majority rule democracy, where funnily enough, the majority wins.
Why is it for some reason the 48% of people who voted to remain in 2016 think the same does not apply to them?
Why do they think that somehow they should out-trump the rest of us and have some divine right by which their position is somehow unassailable and must be taken in to account and represented, overriding the democratic will of the whole country; a process which they clearly took part and had an equal say in.
Just like the Scottish independence referendum, if the boot was on the other foot and Britain had voted to remain in the E.E.C. I think you'll find the Scottish nationalists and all the other demented liberals would have said that's it; they would have said it was a free and fair election, a majority of 1 is a majority and therefore that's settled now.
And there is no 'hard' or 'soft' or any other type or way of leaving either.
That's a fabricated, liberal notion which is specifically designed to distort the conception of simply leaving.
We just need to leave and that's that.
See blog, 'Brexit'; the alternative reality 15/1/17