Wednesday, June 29, 2016

BREXIT Quote of the Day

A 27-year old London resident explains the harassment and pressure to vote "REMAIN" in last week's vote, and the crying and calls of 'racism' after the vote.  He voted "OUT".  He also touches on a subject I'll be focusing on more in the coming weeks: Trust.
By 4am, I was elated. For the first time in my life, the people had actually delivered a resounding NO. More people turned out to vote than in the last 2 decades despite all the fear-mongering tactics, and the message to the establishment was clear: “We have no reason to trust you anymore. If you don’t want this, it must be the right thing for us. Things need to change and we are making our own decisions from now on.” This filled me with hope that we might be able to turn the tide on the horrendously corrupt political class that is swiftly turning our society into an Orwellian police state before our very eyes.

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