There was a Scotsman, an Irishman and an Englishman –

Posted: June 25, 2016 in Uncategorized

Giselle Roeder

These days there is hardly anybody who isn’t talking or at least thinking of the so-called “Brexid” Referendum in the UK. If you are still ignorant of what “Brexit” stands for: Britain’s Exit from the European Union. According to news tidbits, social media posts (on Facebook, Twitter and others) the people who voted for leaving are slowly waking up to the facts they claim they didn’t know: The good aspects of belonging. It is unbelievable how many people NOW Google ‘European Union’ to find out what it actually is and stands for. Why did they vote the way they did? One Twitter post was re-tweeted and reading it made me shake my head:
“I voted for leaving because I didn’t think we would win anyway. I thought my vote wouldn’t count.”

Brexit mapDid they vote for leaving because they believed the politicians who were yelling loudly how much better off they…

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