William S.

I think the words "endless austerity" was used in the first paragraph, maybe that is actually a bigger problem than people protesting against the draining of their local economy and jobs and quality of life and "endless austerity". It makes the rest of the argument sound like bemoaning the loss of a free trade agreement that rarely helps working people anyway. Nationalize the utilities and the transportation companies and any corporation that can't manage itself, take care of brits and kick out the fascists and turn off BBC.

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