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How should traitors be dealt with?

Jail 1 14.29%
 
Beheading 2 28.57%
 
Hanging 2 28.57%
 
Hung/Drawn/Quartered 1 14.29%
 
Other 1 14.29%
 
Total:7

In June 2016 the UK voted for Brexit but some people with political power believe they have some sort of god given right to ignore and overturn the will of the British people.

They can't get it through their simple little brains that Brexit has nothing to do with them. Like a dog who thinks it's entitled to food from the table, they believe it's within their right to overturn the biggest democratic vote in British history.

As we all know, defying the declared will of the British people is treason and heads need to roll. How do you think they should they roll?

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51% voted in favor of Brexit..... that means 49% dont agree its whats best for the country.

Theresa may wants as "soft" breakup as possible, because she believes in her heart its what best for the country, what will hurt it the least.
Calling her a tratior is abit harsh, and suggesting a hanging... jebus.


Also often those in power know better.
These people for the sake of their job do the research, to have opinions on the matter.
The common people are often swayed by fear mongering or propaganda.

That 1% that won the brexit vote, could be dumb imbecils that dont know what brexit even means.
Does that make it the best solution?  Probably not, but its going to happend because the people voted that way.

Does Theresa may wanting to protect her country, from the worst fallout from such a vote,  make her a bad person that deserves to be hanged?

Last edited by JRPGfan - on 10 July 2018

The vote is not legally binding you know as it's classed as advisory so if they don't go through with it which seems to be the case in the long run it's not breaking any law and as for suggesting hanging and so on we're not in the dark ages so leave it out.



Wyrdness said:
The vote is not legally binding you know as it's classed as advisory so if they don't go through with it which seems to be the case in the long run it's not breaking any law and as for suggesting hanging and so on we're not in the dark ages so leave it out.

Faith in humanity restored.
And your a UK citizen too :)

Pryo Bill is amercian?

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JRPGfan said:

51% voted in favor of Brexit..... that means 49% dont agree its whats best for the country.

Theresa may wants as "soft" breakup as possible, because she believes in her heart its what best for the country, what will hurt it the least.
Calling her a tratior is abit harsh, and suggesting a hanging... jebus.


Also often those in power know better.
These people for the sake of their job do the research, to have opinions on the matter.
The common people are often swayed by fear mongering or propaganda.

That 1% that won the brexit vote, could be dumb imbecils that dont know what brexit even means.
Does that make it the best solution?  Probably not, but its going to happend because the people voted that way.

Does Theresa may wanting to protect her country, from the worst fallout from such a vote,  make her a bad person that deserves to be hanged?

Doesn't matter what Theresa May thinks is best. Doesn't matter what the House of Commons, Lords, Supreme Court or the Queen herself thinks.

The decision has been made.

Time to remind Parliament who is in charge.



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Wyrdness said:
The vote is not legally binding you know as it's classed as advisory so if they don't go through with it which seems to be the case in the long run it's not breaking any law and as for suggesting hanging and so on we're not in the dark ages so leave it out.

Yes it is.

We are the law. Not Parliament or the Monarch or the Supreme Courts.

We're the Supreme Jury.

No-one regardless of how you voted should be in favour of overturning the referendum.

Time to remove some heads.



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Pyro as Bill said:
JRPGfan said:

Doesn't matter what Theresa May thinks is best. Doesn't matter what the House of Commons, Lords, Supreme Court or the Queen herself thinks.

The decision has been made.

Time to remind Parliament who is in charge.

There will probably be a new PM......

The "shitty" thing imo is this powerplay by Boris Johnson + David Davis.
Thats all this is, its not nessarily because they dont agree with Theresa May, its because their power hungry.

They probably care less about what happends to the country then Theresa May does,
if their willing to use such a important event like Brexit as a play for power.



JRPGfan said:
Pyro as Bill said:

Doesn't matter what Theresa May thinks is best. Doesn't matter what the House of Commons, Lords, Supreme Court or the Queen herself thinks.

The decision has been made.

Time to remind Parliament who is in charge.

There will probably be a new PM......

The "shitty" thing imo is this powerplay by Boris Johnson + David Davis.
Thats all this is, its not nessarily because they dont agree with Theresa May, its because their power hungry.

They probably care less about what happends to the country then Theresa May does,
if their willing to use such a important event like Brexit as a play for power.

I couldn't give a flying fuck which rat or snake is PM or trying to become PM. They can all swing at this point.



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Wyrdness said:
The vote is not legally binding you know as it's classed as advisory so if they don't go through with it which seems to be the case in the long run it's not breaking any law and as for suggesting hanging and so on we're not in the dark ages so leave it out.

We were hanging people 2 years before we won the last World Cup. Dark Ages is a bit harsh.

edit: pretty obvious now why ole Tony 'abolished' our treason laws. ''Bring our laws into line with Europe''. Ain't that the truth?



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Pyro as Bill said:
JRPGfan said:

I couldn't give a flying fuck which rat or snake is PM or trying to become PM. They can all swing at this point.

Lets say it ends up with Boris Johnson as PM.
He doesnt give 2 flying f***s about what happends to the economy in the UK... so hes for a hard break.

Scotland voted to stay in EU, and firmly believe they are being dragged out against their will.
They want to stay in..... lets say this results in Scotland leaveing the UK, they instead become a independent sovereign state.

It all ends in 1 gigantic mess, that royally f***s up the UK.

Is it all good then?

England without Scoutland, and maybe Wales as part of Britain (the UK).
A smaller england, where trade with EU is hard... and as a result alot of jobs are lost.

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