Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actor John Hannah took to Twitter to react to the recent elections in the United Kingdom.

The Mummy actor wrote on Twitter, “This whole Brexit cluster -f*** is really about 1 thing. Immigration !” He added, “Like it or not we’re a country of racists and Brexit/EU scepticism is the cover. It’s all about English natonalism . Shameful!”

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The Spartacus actor also stated, “So seems like we’re totally f*****! It doesn’t make it feel any better that most of the people who voted Bojo are going to be the one most f*****! Unless of course you’re a hedge fund manager!”

Hannah, who also starred as Mage in the adaptation of Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, was not alone in his criticism of the people of the United Kingdom.

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Duncan Jones, the director of Warcraft and the upcoming Rogue Trooper, he described the British people as “fence gossipers & snipers.”

Jones wrote on Twitter:

“I feel sickened for Britain.

A man who is well known to be a liar, a bully, a racist & a double dealer will now preside over the UK for the next 5 years, will force through a Brexit that helps his mates, devastates the NHS & sells off Britain for spare parts.”

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He then questioned, “But after this vote, do we deserve better? Apparently not.”

Then Jones decried the British people, “We have established our credentials as a myopic, petty nation of fence gossipers & snipers. Jealous, ugly & hateful. I thought we might be better. I thought we could rescue ourselves from our baser instincts. Grim.”

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Hugh Grant, who had been previously quite outspoken in his criticism of Prime Minister Boris Johnson simply wrote, “There goes the neighbourhood.”

What do you make of John Hannah and Duncan Jones’ comments?


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