Missing the message

A guest in John Batchelor was a classic case of “projection”, where you inject your own opinions onto other people, believing they share your motivations.

The guest said multiple times that the motivation of the people who voted for Brexit was “they want to be rich”. Not even close. They are fed up with being trapped in their homes, unable to walk down the street without being attacked by groups of unemployed immigrates who hate England. The EU declaring that the UK would be fined for each immigrant they refused to accept was probably the last straw.

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4 Responses to Missing the message

  1. JayMar says:

    I find it fascinating that a typical liberal ruse is recount, recount, until they win. This whole episode of demanding for another referendum is reminiscent to Al Franken vs. Norm Coleman, a few years ago, and LBJ vs. Coke Stevenson back in the dark ages. And who can forget the recount in FL with the “hanging chads” fiasco. I am calling Brexit “The Empire Strikes Again.” I only wish the USA had the testicular fortitude to do the same, kick the UN outta here, and stop giving taxpayer’s money to those countries who hate us.

  2. Fred Stiening says:

    Donald Trump says he could save the United Nations $1 billion on its renovation project. That’s incredibly fantastic!

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/story?id=80604

  3. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    I saw the US press on “Morning Joe” just this morning talking about how Donald Trump is racist because he doesn’t want to use the government to forcibly take money from the suffering middle class and hand it over to illegal immigrants and Muslim migrants.

    It is always easier to spend OPM (Other People’s Money) than it is to spend your own, and when they object to your program to hire your friends with their money? Resort to name calling based on differences in race, gender or religion of the people you want to forcibly take the money from.

    To be fair, it is not just a Democrat tactic. Back in the 1980s when I objected my money being used by Bush’s War on Drugs to incarcerate inner city Black youth, people called me a druggie and I was not.

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