The tide has turned on Europe, on unity, and on peace. The British people have voted and the result says to leave the E.U. The will of Boris Johnson, UKIP, the British Nationalist Party and other names on the rightest of right wing has been accomplished. Claims of Sovereignty, democracy, and migration issues have been the war cry of the insular islanders who failed to see the connection between unity, togetherness and prosperity. Nationalism is rife in this once green and pleasant land.
First Britain allowed the Tory government a second bout at their game of piracy and now they've voted to have the leash removed. The public schooled anti society propaganda hounds have been released, in Mr Burns style, we're now forced to face their angry jaws as they come racing towards us.
What do we know about this army of cutting and slicing teeth that have already driven so many to suicide? We know they hate the poor, they loathe the disabled, and they can't stand it when the people of no property try to call any shots. If you rent your home, if you rely on social security, if you find working a full time job a burden too many then we know that you'll be in the firing line.
We also know that this Tory government has a history of tampering with the NHS and the Education system. Unlike Europe, our system is still 30 years behind in the fact we rely on examinations and have little scope or choice in style of teaching. The one size fits all method has been bottle necking our children into oblivion for decades now. The typical EU model in which various styles are implemented has proven successful in many nations.
We know that this government have a history of selling off the NHS and contracting out key services to rookie companies formed for the purpose of scraping a profit from our taxes. This is likely to continue and at a more alarming rate than before, unless we make a stand. We know that th rights of workers have been protected by European law for the past 4 decades and these must continue to be concrete.
Perhaps it is time to build a human wall, we know what our rights are, they're written on the Bill of Human rights and we really must demand they are guaranteed and copied word for word onto the British bill. If any changes are to be made they are to be positive, granting more inclusion and more opportunity for all people.
Those who work in the jobs that were created to serve the purpose of the guarantees the EU laws gave our citizens must now begin to take account of all benefits to people their services offer, valuing them in financial, life quality, and over-all benefit to people factors. The ways we manage people, our rights to thrive, our rights to be who we want to be, and our dignity as people no matter how much money we have or where we originally come from must be made diamond solid on paper. There must be no doubt in the minds of government that the British people will not stand for anything less than the most highest standard of human rights the planet can offer. Let's fly the flag for progress and show everyone how people really should be treated in the 21st century.
The Conservative Party needs a new leader. Boris Johnson for me clearly is the wrong choice, along with IDS who is a known liar, and his glee at attaining the vote of in his words “the council estates” on public television after his debauching of the social welfare system only a few years ago was ironically evil. For me the best man for the job is Rory Stewart OBE MP. He's a Tory, he's a previous diplomat, an experienced treaty maker and a well known humanitarian. He's also been on television so can present things in a professional way. His experience in the army clinches it, in my case, as he knows what he's talking about when it comes down to warfare, which is something this country cannot afford to get wrong at this time. We're not a warrior nation any more and I don't think many of us want to be.