Friday, June 24, 2016


Now that the UK voters have rejected corruption and obese bureaucracy in Brussels, (Yes, I have watched hours of intelligent documentaries from both sides of the argument). I have to congratulate the majority on their victory. The fact that the English people overcame the resistance of Scotland and Northern Ireland in an impressive majority stands as evidence that the EU had not been satisfying their needs in the areas of immigration, trade and cultural integrity. I do acknowledge that the EU is now stuck with a common language of a country which has voted to leave it. A twist of fate which seems to indicate that the EU may have missed some nuances of the culture from which that language evolved. 

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