Article in TIME.com https://time.com/5601975/tina-brown-on-brexit/
The End of Empire
It seems inevitable that a once too proud empire would shed its client states like old skin. The UK is the rump of a spent empire that is trying to protect its old-money rather than using it to make new wealth. What it is not noticing is that its fear of the other will continue …
Brexit is just the beginning
The Government, led by a woman who really can not dance, is making sure that Brexit goes ahead, come what may. Why? It is not good for the EU, it is bound to break the United part of the UK. Meantime, Trump lies to his power-base. He belittles women and there they are in the …
British Human Rights Abuses
The UK government has not done enough to prevent another Grenfell style disaster. They appear to leave this in the not as important as Brexit basket, and unfortunately for the citizens of this once proud country can expect the same kind of disregard for Human Rights in all (in)actions by this horribly ineffective Government. They …
Why did Trump win? Why did the UK vote to leave the EU? Is 2016 s year of change? It is, and that is the reason, people are voting for change. It is a stage of life - they need risk and danger. They need exposure to the new.
Racism in UK
The levels of racism stimulated and seemingly legitimised by "Brexit" have risen to levels that can only be described as irrational criminality. The latest report, maybe not as awful as some of the terrible violence toward "immigrants" by awful idiots, highlights now some people seem to prefer the behaviour of Nazis to civilisation.
Foreign ownership and democracy
Comments on this article: http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jul/22/britains-economy-shrinking-at-fastest-rate-since-2009-says-survey#comment-79670273 nalex If they are buying British companies at a super discount due to the lower than actual value UK£ - the effect is a disproportional reduction in British Sovereignty. The FTSE100 is higher, indeed, when measured in UK£. And we just keep selling our ARM shares for less than we …