So… we’re out of the EU.
Time for me to pack up and move to Canada, because all I’m getting from this country is a vibe of whiteness and “WE’RE TAKING BACK OUR COUNTRY”. I bet we’ll have a Britain First government in the next election.
I always talk about how everybody should vote or avoid complaining about the outcome, and I’ve voted ever since I’ve been old enough to, but I didn’t vote this time because I couldn’t. I would feel terrible, because I really didn’t want us to leave [despite my jokes about there being too many flats for too many immigrants], but then I saw how many more people voted leave and I was appalled. I genuinely thought I could trust the common sense of the British public to vote remain, but it seems like too many people are afraid of immigration and are fragile in their sense of national identity. That or they’re wealthy enough to take the risk. Or they’re dying so it doesn’t matter to them.
David Cameron has left, and whilst he is so affectionately referred to as a ‘bellend’ by so many people, are we really better off with Boris as our prime minister? Reminder: Boris has done nothing good for London except the bikes. Pretty much every young person wanted to remain – aka the only people who the brexit will really affect.