Registered On: September 7, 2015
What exactly is bitter about pointing out the decorum of many Brexiters a year ago regarding the withdrawal agreement and how they then whined about how crap it was? The people who signed it into law were the same people who then made out we needed to break international law because it was so bad. When the same people make the same triumphant jubilations about this deal I am going to be sceptical at how joyous they will be in the future when it suits. I am prepared to accept that Brexiters aren’t evil, but they are not immune from criticism for their conduct (or at least some of them are), and I don’t see it as bitterness to point out my opposition to David Davis et al. who acted like this. And the fact that you keep saying any opinion against the EU has to be bitterness shows how little you understand about why you piss me and others off. Some may go way too far, but you are far from innocent. I take such to be a slander against my character. Ok, this is a football board, it’s hardly the end of the world, but you can’t expect people to react pleasantly to you when you show no charity.
You point out what you want to portray as being in benefit because of Brexit, but without even explaining the nuances, so no convincing there.
The fact is that Brexiters promised something better. When it doesn’t appear such prepare for criticism, no matter what remainers said. In years to come I hope the Brexiters own the consequences if ill, but there has been precious little of personal responsibility to date from them as a whole (and no, that is not out of bitterness, but an honest opinion based on the evidence I have seen; the fact that you are looking for otherwise shows you are not charitable to other opinions and see the world in a black and white view between the good Brexit and bitter remainers). We have seen that the deal favours the EU with regards to trade and services, the fishing rights are not some great gain (yes, more of it can be seen as good, but the fishermen wanted a great change, not a comparative drop in the ocean) and bureaucracy will increase to ensure trade is tariff free.