Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Is Theresa May on Brexit drugs?


Sometimes, interviews with people sleeping rough, reveal that before they became homeless and found themselves living in the streets, they led normal lives with a home and a job, even a family. It often turns out that one wrong decision, one wrong turn they took, got them onto a downward spiral, which they are now unable to escape.

Looking at Britain, in its post-EU-referendum state of excitement, reminds me of these homeless. The current prime minister of Britain, in her “Brexit means Brexit” and in her attempt to claim the status of a “truly global Britain” for the country which she and her jubilant colleagues are pushing off the cliff, sounds like a drug addict who has just injected. This will not end well.

2 comments:

  1. Although the German press is disinclined to report this: England is increasingly becoming the envy of many people, and peoples, in Europe.
    The European Union in its present state, with its unpopular policies, its shady currency and its self defeating, short sighted politicians, is increasingly untenable.

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  2. As I write this, the news comes through that by a majority of 498 votes to 114 British Members of Parliament have voted to allow Theresa May to get Brexit negotiations under way.
    Theresa May is not alone!

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