Wednesday 11 September 2019

Brexit explained

With thanks to Joe Lauria

The Brexit situation 

brilliantly and simply 


Brexit chaos: Parliament rejects May's European Union deal ...
Rob Slane at The Blogmire:

"There are a number of parties. 

One of them wants to take us out, but there are some within that party that didn’t want to take us out, so they were kicked out by the man who just came in. In order to get us out, the man who just came in tried to get himself out, so that he could then get back in, in order to take us out. 

But he was thwarted by the other parties, who despite wanting him out, kept him in because they fear that if he gets out, he will then get back in and will then take us out. 

But if they can keep him in long enough, and prevent him from taking us out, they figure that soon after he has failed to take us out, they will be able to get him out and get themselves in. 

And then after he gets out and they get in, they may try to take us out or they may try to keep us in. It’s anyone’s guess. 

Then again, it’s entirely possible that if they do get in, they might try to get us out, then campaign against their deal for taking us out to try and keep us in. 

It really is that simple."

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