So far, the only emerging upside of Brexit is to have a new-in-my-lifetime-but-old-in-others coloured passport. So in order to help out, I thought I’d throw my own design into the mix.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from kids (including my own) is that if you’re losing a game of something, a pretty effective strategy is to change the rules. The other thing I know is that in a divorce, the only winners are the lawyers. The people have spoken. Yes – and they continue to speak. Brexit is a lose-lose, time to exit planet brexit…
What’s wrong with the Torch?
It’s too much like BT.
I suppose people care about the environment these days?
Maybe if we change it to a green tree, they’ll think we care too.
<some time later>
Our people want a vague popular nationalism
Maybe if we change it to a Union Jack Tree, they’ll think we’re that too?
<some time later…>
I hope this forecast is wrong.
Here’s a suggestion. How’s about we make up with Europe before our leaders drive us off the edge of a brexit cliff?
As I say, I hope this forecast is wrong…
After the UK voted to leave the EU, I tuned in to a BBC station, where a person (who had voted to leave) was giving comfort to those that had voted to stay. “At the very least, it’s a great day for democracy.” If I was democracy, I’d be pretty pissed off – getting trotted out once in a generation only to be patted on the back, and put back in the political cupboard. It’s been a great day for lies and liars.
In order to be a leader, you need to acquire a following. In order to acquire a common following, you need a common enemy. These people have made the EU the common enemy. But the EU can’t be the enemy – as we are part of the EU, and therefore it is what we are prepared to make it.
Hatred is the enemy. Racism is the enemy. Empire is the enemy.