THE last day of January will be forever remembered as BREXIT Fools Day.
It’s similar in some ways to April Fools Day, but instead of playing silly pranks on your friends, or getting them to believe made up stories, Brexit Fools Day will record:
How English nationalism kicked British nationalism in the nuts.
How British pensioners had the last laugh on British youth before kicking the bucket.
How a clique of public school multi millionaires kicked up their heels at a job well done.
How a clique of public school multi millionaires, kicked the can of uncertainty for ordinary people down the road for decades to come.
How the same rich oligarchs kicked off about paying too much tax and the poor started handing over even more.
How reality kicked in after the independent trade deal fantasy faded.
How old borders kicked in between peoples in Europe and opened up between peoples in the ‘British’ Isles.
How ancient animosities and tensions kicked off again in Northern Ireland.
How Brexit was the UK’s last global sized political kick before disintegration.
How kicking the EU is only easy when you are in the EU.
How kicking up a populist fuss outside the EU is a lonely business and no one cares or is listening.
How regret at a powerful position lost within the EU will kick in at leisure.