Domainers Losing Their Credibility On Revoke Brexit Petition
I'm watching people who I once respected in this industry lose their credibility by referring to the revoke Article 50 Brexit petition which is on the Governments website.
We are in an industry where the power of bots is well known, it is what powers the drop catching world. All of a sudden once credible individuals (one especially) are disregarding bots and have convinced themselves, or outright lying to others that the 3m signatures on the Government website are real.
I'm not that sure on what to say anymore. There is a petition that has no Capcha protection of any kind, signed by email addresses in Russia and that doesn't concern them as being a glaring sign that they might not be genuine.
It's at time like this that I believe that some remoan domainers have taken leave of their senses, maybe their honesty but certainly their credibility. I even think one is showing signs of mental illness in the way he is conducting himself on twitter.
One has to wonder just how much they could have achieved if they just accepted the reality of the situation in that we will either leave the EU or continue for the next 20 years fighting to leave the EU.
Anyway, as the bots get going and the petition passes 100 million signatures, will they then accept reality and the ludicrous situation or will they still believe it is real? They will believe it is real, they are mental.