Within 24 hours of voting to leave the European Union, millions in the U.K. had signed a petition asking the government for another, in hope of reversing the decision.
Good luck with that….
Younger UK’ers will suffer the most as they now have 27 less countries to find employment in due to this decision.
That along with a plunging economy, and pound, leave little hope for the future of this already depressed part of the world.
With less than 2% of the vote their world has unraveled, and their future uncertain.
This is what happens when you hold a referendum that is often promised by crafty politicians to get elected.
People vote with passion, anger and little knowledge or common sense, in judging the gravity of their situation.
Simply put, the average person is not qualified to make such a decision, which is why we elect leaders.
I blame this on politicians who have ignored the public’s pleas for change, and then throw the tough decisions on the back of the electorate, when leaders do not have the courage to do the right thing.
I’m Scott Thompson.
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