Actually you have stated quite clearly that you believe I have opinions not based on facts. You can challenge any of my points as you wish, and I'll be most happy to show you the evidence (sincerely).It's a bit rude of you to imply my views are 'fantasy or hearsay' especially given your comments on other threads.
I've already said I have no intention of laying them out for you, so it would appear that you're looking for an opportunity to claim some sort of victory, in a battle only you are having. Fair play, you've won, and don't let it worry you that as you're competing with yourself, you've lost at the same time.
It seems that the things I've mentioned are new to you, which suggests that you didn't consider all of the facts when making your decision.
I'm not looking for a victory - perhaps some concession that Brexit was achieved because an unknown number of Brexiters voted either not being aware of the consequences for NI, or otherwise being aware and voting for Brexit anyway.
My problem with your own posts is that you are not just denying, but blaming remain voters - I wish to rebut those claims and show them to be as ridiculous as they are. Had you not made these false claims, I wouldn't have engaged with you.