"Planter's spin boy".Planter's Spin Boy omits that Planter is "Not Registered" as it's not a story for either Irexit nor Planter, as both are clearly in the process of registering after short periods of inception, this is in stark contrast to the Non Party who have used the addendum "Party" for years...
You were bummim & braggin Planter this, Planter that, don't slag of Planter the other, now you walk away after suckin yerself in"Planter's spin boy".
You're so thick, pinnochio, you can't even smear properly.
Thank God, you're confined to wasting away on here and in front of the idiotbox.
My favourite parties all along are: 1. Irexit 2. NP 3. Renua.
You're not registered, pinnochio.
Don't try to lie and pretend that you are.
I was giving commentary based on information available at the time; posts liked by various members here. When new information appered I adjusted my view.You were bummim & braggin Planter this, Planter that, don't slag of Planter the other, now you walk away after suckin yerself in
NP are in local newspapers whereas Hermann hardly gets on anything anymore. And when he does it's late hour TV - bedtime filler. Even then he's selling a poisonous message and is only there as the token pro-Brexit voice - he'd have a way better chance of getting elected with that message in England.Stop intellectualising being Deplatformed by Mark Malone & Co on top of Self Deplatforming.
The Non Party are a Non Entity but their time will come- no need to be Bitter...
I disagree. I suspect the Irish voting public isn't that far off from those over in Britoon. Even going by the pro EU recent research that 'only 10% of the Irish voting public would support Irexit" even that is a huge and dangerous voting block in a hugely fragmented voting system like Ireland. Soros Fein had less than 10% of the last Dail vote and still won 23 seats. Their chances at the European elections are dramatically higher again.Arguing over registration like this is pedantic and a problem which will go away for both parties soon. But in the long run the NP is more sustainable and better than Irexit. Irexit is a flash in the pan ponzi scheme of a political party.
It'll take in some gullible people who want a quick-fix, who want a big villain to blame, but ultimately the idea holds no support outside of very niche circles. People won't vote for economic suicide. The only people who Irexit can reach are the ignorant nationalists who are hooked on American/British nationalist propaganda and the West Brits who care more about 'the mainland'.