More Brexit silliness

I have been thinking about this post for a long time. I have been wondering how to make sense of it all. For someone who is innately miserable and depressive I am trying to see the good.

I said in my last blog that we need to pull together as a nation and work for the good of everyone. That seems a far away dream at at the moment when rolling news items talk of awful incidents of racist attacks on people who are British citizens but where born in a different country than the UK.

Racism and abusive hate speech should be socially unacceptable. It should be condemned right from the beginning from all political parties what every their differences of opinion may be.

The turmoil within the Labour Party adds fuel to the uncertainty. Within times of crisis it has been said that the country needs an affective opposition to hold the government to account and to ensure that we come out if this crisis as unscathed and intact as we were before Brexit was announced.

We need to reassure each other that things will be okay. There might be some rough moments but those in the communities should reassure the minorities that they are welcome in our country. Our country is better than racism and hate. Despite the lies that have been bandied around by both sides its time for reconciliation and hope.

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One Reply to “More Brexit silliness”

  1. Things will be OK. It’s a matter of getting through the initial shock and uneasiness. As the weeks go by we will hopefully see a bit more unity across both parties and politicians pulling up their socks to negotiate the best deal for Britain.

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