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    They would above all be weak, and from a mental point of view weak-willed.

    They would follow rather than lead.

    They would be self-centred, not someone who is outgoing and wishes to affect other people, just self gratification.

    They would be confused, as in not able to structure a line of thought/argument but dither about from one idea to the next in a directionless manner.

    They would be easy to influence and hence obedient.

    They would be too stupid to know when they are being conned.
    Looks like a profile of the average UKIP voter.
    I dahn do non-judgement'aw. ... and put ya blinkin' shirt on mate, wiwya!

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    They would above all be weak, and from a mental point of view weak-willed.


    They would follow rather than lead.


    They would be self-centred, not someone who is outgoing and wishes to affect other people, just self gratification.


    They would be confused, as in not able to structure a line of thought/argument but dither about from one idea to the next in a directionless manner.


    They would be easy to influence and hence obedient.


    They would be too stupid to know when they are being conned.
    Or a Europhile, fits just the same.

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    . . . or indeed forum contributors of all shades of political opinion!

    People who are easily conned also have difficulty in recognising a good idea when they see one.
    I dahn do non-judgement'aw. ... and put ya blinkin' shirt on mate, wiwya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperduck Quack Quack View Post
    . . . or indeed forum contributors of all shades of political opinion!

    People who are easily conned also have difficulty in recognising a good idea when they see one.
    Well now you've seen the light perhaps you'll embrace brexit.
    l might be off my rocker but am still a mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Or a Europhile, fits just the same.


    Latter-day Bolsheviks.

    I quote from a regular Europhile we have on another forum.

    "Faith is private and has nothing to do with govt.or being a special case.

    So why is this "crackpot"?"

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