- Tue Jan 29, 2019 10:59 am
Indeed. Producing an offer that's acceptable to the commons is only stage one. It'll still likely be rejected by the EU, and I'm sorry but I don't think a continent-wide economic collapse is imminent.
So it looks like either no deal or maybe, just maybe, enough MPs put personal ambition to one side and pull the plug.
Betrayal of the people? Denying the chance to affect real change for once? Get in the bin, then roll the bin into the sea. Participation in democracy is easy enough. Start a petition. Attend a community forum meeting. Join a party. But no, they're not big enough, not glamorous enough, too boring, too petty. Never mind that that's how you can affect real change at a local level. Never mind that that's real people power.
"It is not enough to succeed. Others must fail." - Gore Vidal.
"I proved that you're wrong. And if you're wrong, I'm right." - Aaron Eckhart.