Remoaner Jonathan Lynn: Brexit is ‘Looming Disaster’ Following ‘meaningless’ Referendum

Yet another anti-democratic remoaner has been moaning and groaning on the BBC’s Question Time show this week. This time, it was political TV comedy director Jonathan Lynn, who appeared to have a rather bitter distaste for the will of the British people. Watch him remoaning below:

He said “I, I think that Brexit was, uhhh… is a, uhhh, looming disaster, that the campaign was meaningless.”

He then continued to say that the lack of wars in Europe was down to the EU’s “success” (nothing to do with international free trade or the UN then, Jonathan?).

However, his lies were quickly debunked by an audience member who ruined all of his arguments!

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2 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Of course, Mr. Lynn is welcome to his views. He stands high in my estimation for producing the Yes Minister programs. However I would ask him how it is possible for such an able writer, with work that I can revisit again and again, to hold a view that is clearly wrong.
    He might like to re read Orwell’s Animal Farm, but this time put EU Commissioners in the part of the pigs. Orwell wrote the book with Russia very much in mind, but it works so very well with the EU. For the life of me, I am unable to fathom Mr. Lynn’s thinking on this.

  2. forthurst says:

    If the purpose of the EU is prevent war in Europe, it has signally failed: witness the wars in Yugoslavia and Ukraine. If the purpose of the EU is to prevent conflict generally, then why has it been importing millions of unassimilable aliens?

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