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A Tweet From a Young Remainer
by Elizabeth McDonald
19 June 2016
Amidst all the mainstream and social media's sanctimonious virtue-signalling and grotesque Brexit-blaming for the murder of Jo Cox MP on Thursday, was this nasty little tweet by one Remainer, whom, from the content of his well-thought out 'opinion' on the matter, I suppose to be fairly young:
I see an elderly Brexit nutjob has shot + stabbed a pro-EU MP while
shouting 'Britain First'.
This young man does not realise that the 'elderly Brexit' voters he so arrogantly despises are not voting for our future - we will soon be gone and out of reach of the tyranny of the anti-democratic EU monster; we are voting for the future freedom of this young man, as our forebears fought against the very same evil regime last century for our freedom. They made the greatest sacrifice possible in the bloody battles of the Somme and of Normandy; we receive mere childish name-calling from the ignorant. I think we can withstand such pinpricks.
I have several nephews whose parents have raised them to know the utmost importance of understanding history, to respect the sacrifices of their forefathers - for their sakes, and to strive to be honourable in all their ways. I am quite sure that there are far more young people like my nephews than there are like this boastful young man. If Britain does indeed remain in the EU, then some day, when he has grown a little older and is mourning his freedom lost for ever under the oppressive totalitarian jackboot of the New World Order, I hope he may also have grown a little wiser and a little more humble, and will look back with bitter regret for his proud disdain for the 'Brexit demographic' who, in reality, knew far more than he.
Until then, he might care to ponder this:
...and to think on this from a man much older and wiser and more knowledgeable and tested than this young Remainer:
The UK EU Referendum 23rd June 2016: