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It is only a couple of weeks to go, before, what, some of our most ‘distinguished’ and ‘honourable’ leaders, such as Nigel Farage,  Boris Johnson, and Jacob Rees-Mogg- to name but a few- have called ‘The Independence Day’, when Britain will free itself from the shackles and chains of European imperialism and colonisation, and becomes great again.  

The Heroes of Brexit!


I wanted to do something. I wanted to say and write something, healing myself, from the terrible thoughts going on in my mind, that how is it that a civilised, cultured, engaged, tolerant people, allowed themselves to be fooled by so much  lies, propaganda, heightened xenophobia and rubbish promises?

And Lest We Forget


Nigel Farage: one of the leading proponents to leave the EU, standing infront of his immigrant poster which many people believe depicts "echoes" of the 1930s literature.

Photo: bbc.co.uk

'The EU’s goals and ambitions are the same as Hitler’s': Boris Johnson

Photo: express.co.uk

Long List of Brexit Lies:

Brexit has become a mental health issue

As I began to write, my 'Quartz Daily Brief' email arrived. I began to read, it was mainly about the disastrous Brexit. I thought, I cannot better that!

So, here you have it. I very much wish to share it with you. Moreover, in the last two years and more, I have written extensively on this matter. I will share a small sample with you again.

Britain is my home, my chosen country. I do love this green and pleasant land. In my own way, I am praying that all goes well for the UK and Europe. We must live together in peace and harmony, regardless. And hopefully, one day soon, in the not too distant future, we will again have leaders who are honest, truthful and will take us back into the heart of Europe again, where we belong. Carpe Diem!

Brexit: What is it??


‘In just three weeks, the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, to which it has belonged for the past 46 years. At this late hour, no one knows what exactly will happen.

A series of votes in Parliament next week could provide clarity or, as has been the case since the 2016 Brexit referendum, convolution. The votes on the terms and timing of Britain’s exit could still lead to a number of scenarios. Among them: a softer version of Brexit with closer ties to the EU, a second referendum, a general election, and the dreaded “no-deal Brexit” in which the UK crashes out of the bloc with no transitional arrangements in place. The first vote on Tuesday is for prime minister Theresa May’s deal, which has already been rejected once. If it is rejected again, “no one knows what will happen,” May said Friday.

EU Referendum: An Open Letter to British people - One man's view of Britain and the British

Whatever does happen, damage has already been done. Many companies have decided they can’t live with so much uncertainty, and have quit the UK to varying degrees. Bank of America is spending $400 million to transfer its European headquarters to Dublin. EasyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has had to transfer its ownership to non-British Europeans. Smaller companies without deep pockets for legal advice—and staff devoted to Brexit contingency planning—are more or less stuck. They are either running their businesses as usual and hoping for the best, or devoting time and money to stockpiling and other actions with the worst-case scenario in mind. Regardless, the vote’s impact on the economy hurts everyone. Even amid a global slowdown, the UK economy stands out for its sluggishness. Investment has plummeted since the referendum, and many European migrants who are key workers for low-wage sectors have already stopped coming.

Eurosceptics should visit Coventry Cathedral: The EU's Higher Purpose

Even if Brexit is softened, delayed, or canceled, the reputational damage the UK has inflicted upon itself won’t be easily repaired. Businesses won’t completely reverse their decisions to open offices abroad, uproot staff, or redirect investments away from Britain. The UK will be poorer for deciding to leave the EU, no matter how, when, or even whether it eventually quits the bloc.’ —Eshe Nelson, Quartz Daily Brief, 9 March 2019

Coventry’s Message of Hope to the World on the Armistice centenary and   Remembrance Sunday

At this time of nationalism and bombast, the Coventry message of hope reminds us of our shared humanity across backgrounds, faiths, civilisation and cultures. And at a time when our country is divided, pitting itself against our European neighbours, we’d do well to remember the hopeful and enduring story of Coventry.