Brexiteers form support group for people branded ‘nazis’ over their views

Members of this Pro-Brexit support group have been abused for voting to leave the EU
Members of this Pro-Brexit support group declare Remainers have abused them for balloting to depart the EU (Picture: Leavers of Bristol)

Leave electorate in Bristol declare they’re being ostracised through their personal family and friends for balloting to depart the EU.

As a consequence they’ve arrange a support group to talk about reviews in a ‘safe space’ after being matter to racist and fascist abuse.

The ‘Leavers of Bristol’ meet per month in a pub or eating place to talk about politics with out concern of being branded a ‘nazi’.

Members say their pro-Brexit views have left them feeling victimised within the town, the place greater than 60 in step with cent voted to Remain in 2016.

Jeremy, a 62-year-old member, joined the group after his spouse’s son accused him of ‘ruining my life’ for balloting to depart the European Union.

He stated: ‘Being a Brexiteer has become conflated and bracketed as far-right, but essentially it’s simply blanketing 17.four million people as being fascist and racist or silly.



‘I’ve been referred to as a Nazi and a fascist as a result of I voted to depart the EU.’

Leavers of Bristol
Pro-Brexit support teams are doping up around the nation (Picture: Twitter)

‘Leavers of Bristol’ is considered one of dozens of splinter teams shaped out of the ‘Leavers of Britain’ marketing campaign.

Leavers of Britain was once conceived through a Londoner who stated she felt at odds together with her buddies over her pro-Brexit views and sought the corporate of like-minded people.

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Paul, 42, who shaped the Bristol group in January, stated Remainers break out with showing ‘acceptable prejudice’ in opposition to Leavers.

He stated: ‘A large number of people who voted Remain equated a vote to Leave with racism and with just right reason why felt appalled through that.

‘It prevents a lot of people who voted leave from being able to talk about it, because rightly they don’t need to be related to one thing that has extraordinarily adverse connotations.

‘But actually most ordinary, sensible people have a whole host of reasons for voting leave, just as I’m certain people who voted stay did so for other causes.

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Members of the Leavers of Bristol are ill of being referred to as uneducated or racist for balloting for Brexit (Picture: Twitter)

‘Unfortunately, there seems to be an acceptable prejudice from Remain voters that means they can accuse Leave voters of either being racist, uneducated, old and irrelevant or ‘chavs’, after which query whether or not those people must be given the appropriate to vote within the first position.’



Paul blamed Tommy Robinson for tarnishing the Brexit symbol with far-right propaganda, however described the extent of abuse in opposition to Brexiteers as ‘frightening’.

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He stated: ‘In many instances they’re allowed to break out with it as a result of they see themselves as being at the appropriate aspect of historical past.

‘That’s what is superb about ‘Leavers of Bristol’ – it provides people the risk to speak about Brexit in an atmosphere the place they really feel they don’t seem to be going to be shouted down for it.’

One one that appreciates the corporate is Teresa, 70, who misplaced a 50-year friendship when a group of early life buddies determined they not sought after to head on vacation together with her when they came upon how she had voted.

She stated: ‘There is a freedom to grasp you’ll be able to specific your self, and your ideas on Brexit, with out the concern of being abused.

‘The meetings are a chance to exchange ideas with people without any kind of fear that someone is going to suddenly turn round and insult you.’



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