Britain has voted to leave the European Union (EU). Good decision. In fact, every EU member state should vote to dismantle the artificial supranational structure and organization of the EU and focus instead on creating a proper and prosperous free market characterized by the free movement of goods, services … and people. A free single market only needs participants, not an undemocratic Big Brother organization.
After Britain has decided to leave the European Union, everyone is talking about nothing else. Let’s take a look at some of the reactions.
“Le Canada, ce n’est qu’un pays imaginaire,” former Parti Québécois leader Pierre-Karl Péladeau famously (and notoriously) said – Canada is nothing more than an imagined country, a fiction – and he’s got it absolutely spot-on.
A billionaire family’s scion has been sentenced to ten years in jail for drunk driving and wiping out a family in the process.
In the Globe and Mail today, one of Canada’s national newspapers, I found this gem: “…airing [sic] on the side of caution…”. Sadly, this represents the quality of Canadian journalism (in English Canada) today.