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GE2019 – the end of UK representative democracy part #168

The General Election 2019 (GE2019) outcome reconfirms the terminal decline of UK representative democracy and the capture of the UK state by Johnson’s ego and his ‘three-nation tory’ supporters. The problem is two of the nations are offshore, and the over-55 little-Englander xenophobes are a toxic minority whose supremacy can only hasten the break up of FKaUK…

From the ‘end of the world’ to its ‘friendliest city’…

Ushuaia at ‘the end of the world’ and Puerto Vallarta striving to be ‘the world’s friendliest city’ show that even in the most challenging of circumstances places can offer positive global and local visions. As Brexit and its advocates destroy the country formerly known as UK (FKaUK) ambitious, progressive places need to apply and adopt some of the magic from Latin America to shape a better world and their place within it…

Trust FKaUK to make the totally wrong choice!

The FK(a)UK’s Brexit hara-kiri tour October 2019 – stage one

A short visit to Estonia, Finland and Lithuania demonstrates that mid-size places places with a sensible identity – whether Lithuania or Lombardy; Estonia or Extremadura; Greater Helsinki or Hesse – offer a type of “right” scale and potentially the right culture for being the major intermediary mediator of global and local challenges. They are likely to be far more effective than large nation states with their own exceptionalism of delusional global ambitions based on race and (in our case Etonian) entitlement.

UK will be passing Kiribati as we are submerged in our own Brexit bile

Understanding Brexit, and where to experience it if we leave the EU on 29th March 2019…

Brexit is a ‘coup’, a ‘virus’ and a ‘fiasco’ of an by a new type of advanced, relatively wealthy ‘failing state’. Kiribati provides a particularly poignant place from which to view it if it goes ahead on 29th March 2019.

Is anyone going to articulate and propose the honest UK and EU narrative after the referendum fiasco?

Britain has spoken – but what did it say, and what should be done about it?

It really gives me no pleasure to say I called it right – but, looking back on the trio of EU referendum blogs, the basic premises were confirmed overnight on the 23rd/24th. The referendum  was an absurd exercise for answering questions about the UKs future relationship with the EU. Cameron is a fatally flawed individual