Re: BREXIT: The Facts Behind EU Propaganda
Originally Posted by Twink55
Having read through the posts, I would just like to say that Meg seemed to be defending her country, which isn't surprising considering the title of this thread.
The above posts by Asia seem to suggest that he was attacking the poster, rather than the post, in both highlighted quotes.
This is a great forum, where even those who complain about the rules still choose to remain, so can I suggest, Asia, that you learn a little more about it before making angry attacks. I am sure you will find many interesting debates on here, but I have always personally found that it is much easier if you understand the angle that the opposing views are coming from. Where I was taught how to debate, they always said it was better to understand the oppositions reasoning, if you wanted to oppose it well. That is why I find it wrong, to totally base your position on computer links, which after all, are just other people's opinions!
Well, I must admit Iíve had a bad day, but I object to personal comments and a very obvious lead to comment on moderation, which would have had obvious consequences. Meg is quite welcome to take me on in political science if she so wishes, but Iíve not noticed that so far and I doubt it will happen, despite the bravado behind the personal comments.
Read the first thread post, Iím delighted the UK Brexited and willing to discuss, debate and argue that for ever more. Rule Britannia and God Save the Queen, why not? What I add are the reasons why the UK is now in a precarious position, having been in countries that followed the same path. ĎWeíll manageí doesnít do it for me.
By the way, a few of the links are mine, theyíre links to my neutral articles, not just websites; I include those for further information to prevent posts turning into essays. I publish some of my real stuff if youíre a political animal, in international publications such as China Daily, or Pravda, under pseudonyms. This is a forum, the stuff I write here is from the top of my head.
I havenít had much debate worth commenting on, I didnít expect to, but am happy to engage if I did. Iím also quite prepared to discuss China, but come on; most of the information is from people who got their views from the Daily Mail and thatís no debate, hence my style of writing.