Like my friend Michael a few days ago, having finished my work for the day for the different associations I am involved with ( and it took me a few hours today), I started catching up on the news on Twitter, Facebook and such like.
I am horrified at the level of ignorance and vicious verbal attacks from all sides of the political spectrum.
The whole social media is a pit of misinformation.
The most shocking is of course almost everything coming out of the US. Not only from the moron in chief who is probably not realising he is constantly contradicting himself and lies so much that he does not know what the truth might be, but also the VP who apparently said
If this is true a bullet with his name on it is probably the only solution. Wait! would that mean that Rubio might have a chance?
I thought the brits had a bit more brains than their average retarded cousins across the pond. But the level of fake news, mis-information and what I would call terror tactics by the “remainers” in particular has gone way over the scale and is being spread out by gullible idiots all over,and here I have to be more specific, the country and I mean England. I think that the usual loss for the past half century in an international competition has further helped deterioration.
So according to them,there will be no food,no medicine,no services,no flights etc. What a lot of crap.
For sure some prices will go up,for sure some jobs will be lost when multi national companies will emigrate to the continent (Airbus, Nissan, some banks etc). But that is surely survivable.
What amazes me the most is that they are talking about an elusive deal. What deal may we ask? Nothing is acceptable to the European community of countries. No favors especially for a soon to be non member. It would be totally unfair.
I am a proud European and even more proud Frenchman. It is perfectly compatible. I shall not give my opinion on the idea of Brexit. It is certainly too late now anyway.
On this thought I shall go and have one of my favorite German beer in an Italian glass next to a French built swimming pool.