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And it is their brexit. The Establishment didn't like having the EU regulate (a bit) their nasty little scams, so when they say "taking back control", they don't mean the people of the UK any more than they mean Parliament (the recent recalcitrance of the backbenches is most unwelcome), they mean for themselves. From europe, from oversight; their own private low regulation tax haven.
And if Leave voters think this is about their unicorn and rainbow wish list, then they're going to be pretty disappointed
keep to the Fen Causeway
So very true!
That's been my thesis all along in recent years. You have stated as such in a brief comment.
It's been a storm gathering from de defeat of Barry Goldwater in 1964. The social revolution of the 1960s, the year 1968, the hippies and sexual liberation ... a counterrevolution was about to happen. The Reagan/Bush years ... Newt Gingrich and Gov shutdown ... rise of then neocons and the luck of a Bush administration in a time of war .. the rise of might through Evangelical Christians ... terror, fear and Islamophobia ... populist parties tapping in the opportunity ... joint effort American and British conservatives attaining their goals of Brexit and a Trump presidency ... reaping profits for another eight years.
○ Democracy Unplugged, Regime Change and Project Alamo
Putting blame on Russia is just a big distraction ... running the playbook of the 1950s with Un-American Activities.
○ G W F and McCarthyism In A Digital Age - Part 1
Plenty of titles one can read and contemplate, an update of Warfare and Clausewitz ...
Just found this from Leiden University - Perspectives on terrorism - recent online resources.
Global Warming - distance between America and Europe is steadily increasing.
So it has been since English plantation shareholders arrived in Virginia.
Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
But an intra-establishment struggle, not. The entire establishment is shitting itself. Even Jean-Luc Mélenchon looks uncomfortable.
I used to be afew. I'm still not many.
Now, one asks oneself, "Self, what is my commander's purpose?"
That activity is, not ironically, known to the common man as insubordination. The attitude of each one to incorporation and purposes of the body is not indeed a trivial feature being of it, the sense of belonging to a "body politic", a senseless object.
Just so the "D" of DUP stands in for Democratic, next to Unionist. It had never before occurred to me to look into the abbreviation of itself.
Appropriate future access to low-skilled labour in Northern Ireland is important, particularly given the potential for local firms to be placed at a competitive disadvantage to those in the Republic of Ireland where there are not similar labour market constraints.
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