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I’m Sorry for Voting for Brexit

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Only racists, imperialists and bigots voted out. I’m ashamed to have been one of them. I am so sorry for voting for Brexit.

I should’ve realized, before I cast my vote and spoke in favour of Brexit, that everyone who favoured the British exit from the EU is a knuckle-dragging, cretin. They ignored the huge risks that faced our country, and, without evidence and only motivated by a fear and hatred of foreigners, ruined the party for everyone. I’m sorry, I’m so sorry. I’m a troglodyte, a fool, a bigot.

Brexit Supporters are Racist

I should have known, when Le Pen backed Brexit, that only racists support Brexit. Why would Le Pen support Brexit if it were not, inherently, a racist proposition? Certain fools and closed-minded bigots pointed to the left-wing figure of Tony Benn and to the fact that he was, throughout his life, opposed to the EU while being a socialist and having fought against the Axis powers in WWII. How many times do I have to say it? If Le Pen backs it, it’s racist.

And James Dyson? Don’t get me started on Dyson: I’ve never bought one of this closet-racist’s vacuum cleaners, and I still won’t.

Brexit Plays into the Hands of Big Business

It should be obvious to anyone that Big Business wanted the UK to leave the EU. Brexit Neanderthals pointed to the fact that thousands of business leaders and international pro-business organisations backed the UK staying in, but these entities were merely a subsection of the business world which, as a whole, supported Brexit. Or maybe business leaders backed ‘in’ to trick us.

Only Poor, Uneducated, Stupid, Provincial People Voted Brexit


The graphic above, screenshot from the Guardian, shows how degreeless, barely-educated, poor, old people voted ‘out’, while young, enlightened, degree-carryers voted to stay in! How dare the old, stupid people do this to us? My generation (20-30 years-olds) is the most educated in history, nearly 50% of us have degrees. And I don’t care if someone is going to come along and tell me that these old cretins have more experience or that they have seen life outside the EU. And if you dare to tell me that I, at 23, don’t have enough life-experience to make a rational decision, then that’s ageist hate-speech.

How could you possibly say that? All of my friends have degrees: my degree in English, my friends’ degrees in philosophy, media studies, politics, drama all more than qualify us to understand this topic. People who voted ‘out’ are old and racist, while my generation is currently working to prevent racists like Milo Yianopoulus and Brendan O’Neil from speaking at universities, using the #BringBackOurGirls and #KillAllWhiteMen hashtags to end sexism, while creating hate-speech, trigger-warning and micro-aggression codes to protect people. Our understanding of this issue is undeniable, honestly I think that anyone over-40 shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

And the poor are just pityable. Trust them to vote for big business, against their own interests. This is why we need a benevolent dictator: the poor are just too stupid to vote for the right people.


As David Mitchell wrote in the Guardian, this should never have been put to the vote in the first place! Some Neanderthals might talk about some white supremacist concept like ‘entrenchment‘, but that’s just cover for their racism: we elect the government, and they should have the power to reform the constitution at will, after all, they know best.

We’ve proven ourselves to be incapable of looking after ourselves and of making our own decisions, as the fantastic Jean-Claude Juncker explains:

We decide on something, leave it lying around and wait and see what happens. If no one kicks up a fuss, because most people don’t understand what has been decided, we continue step by step until there is no turning back.

This is how we should be governed, that way, fascists like Bojo and Farage won’t have a chance to trick people into voting wrong.

Some people say that the EU is undemocratic, because the commission proposes laws which the parliament can only vote on, and the commissioners are nominated by the nations. This is obviously really democratic, and I trusted Cameron, Blair, Brown to look out for our interests in this regard, why wouldn’t you? Besides, I think this is much too democratic, and that each commission should select the new commissioners, this would avoid animals like Bojo, if elected, having any influence. The issues with which we’re dealing are just too difficult and too complex for people to understand, we need technocrats who know what they’re doing to get the job done, without have to worry about racists complaining.


Have you seen the markets? Big business, which was pro Brexit, is crashing the markets to trick people into thinking that they were pro ‘in’. Sterling is down on the dollar to below repression levels, and someone said to me that it will stay that way forever. Meanwhile, look at the FTSE 100 (screenshot from London Stock Exchange):


Early this morning, the FTSE 100 dropped to levels not seen for weeks.

Everyone who voted for Brexit should be ashamed, I am ashamed. We should have listened to more enlightened voices like Polly Toynbee, David Cameron and Owen Jones. Please, Neanderthals, listen to people smarter than you. And racists, bigots, imperialists: just shut up, delete your social media, don’t talk and don’t vote. You’ve ruined everything, you’ve made it so that history isn’t on the right side of history.

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