For the brexit was James O'brien, a modest and previously unknown radio producer for the British commercial radio station LBC. But after June 23, 2016, the day of the referendum about the EU membership of the United Kingdom, that changed. Less than two years, quadrupled its number of followers on social media. He also wrote a book that to one of the five bestsellers in Great Britain belongs. Also on Youtube he is a true hit. the
How he did that? O'brien was violently opposed to brexit – that he is still – and decided to have a talk with the brexit supporters. He does this from Monday to Friday, live in the studio, and that a whopping three hours long (from 10 to 13 hours).
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Listening to @mrjamesob on @LBC The clips are incredible, the lies from the Brexiteers are there for all to hear. Put them on a reel and play them all day. We need a second referendum for the sake or democracy.Bryan Gothelf(@ gotty27) link
for Three hours, he will call numerous brexit supporters after which they are in conversation with each other. That is, just as happens in our Flemish radio stations, also filmed. The result? A hundred movies with a lot of gefrons, groaning and bickering: hilarity abounds. the
However, start the British radiohost each call, calm, quiet and serene, as if he were for one or other guide works. But when the stubborn callers refuse to agree with the “irrefutable arguments” of O'brien, make the logical arguments into comical bickering.
So he called a while ago with a certain Julian. The man claimed that the Conservative Party and the British prime minister, Theresa May, the European Union does not timely inform about the possibility of a brexit without a deal. An inspiration to many brexit supporters. But also one that is entirely justified.
“That's not true”, replied O'brien. “In march 2018, the European Union eighty comments on a hard brexit”, says O'brien. “That was almost a year ago.” If they have a hard brexit “detailed” preparing, they are also informed, reasoned O'brien. “Repeat what I say. If that doesn't work, you still need to have a listen”, continued the producer after the listener incorrect statement tried to repeat it.
Repeat what I say. If that doesn't work, you still need to have a listenJames O'brien, radio producer for the British commercial radio station LBC
soon left the radio producer, his quiet approach to boating. “You dare! You claim on national radio that Britain never announced to the EU that a no deal-brexit was a possibility, such a statement is not even funny, Julian,” he said with a loud voice. “That is the same as a claim that the moon of cheese is made.” In which he stressed: “While you're on the moon!”.
“I disagree,” decided the listener of the conversation.
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