The Day that Britain Crumbled

Last night I watched as my own future disappeared in front of my own eyes. My nation crumbled under my own feet. I don’t know where I stand anymore. I don’t know what my future holds. I don’t know if I have a place in this country to flourish and succeed. I don’t think anybody expected this. Which is why we are left with the question “what happens now?” What do we do to prevent inflation? What do we do to maintain and secure jobs for our people? How do we make sure that the Tories don’t strip us of our rights that just yesterday were protected by the beautiful union of the EU? What do we do?

This is a devastating time for Britain. It is no longer “Great.” We have put the futures of our young people in danger, and we currently do not have a government who will do everything in its power to protect it’s people. My worst fear is that we will replace one Tory power with another. I can only hope that in the months and years to come that Britain elects substantial powers that will maintain our quality of living. In my idealist mind, somehow we sort this shit out and become a socialist utopia, but I think with our current political climate, the chances of that are slim.

This is the worst thing that could happen.

My generations future is uncertain.

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2 thoughts on “The Day that Britain Crumbled

  1. I’m so glad you feel the same way as I do! The older generation have put themselves before the people that will see the effect of their selfishness, all to get the foreigners out. I’m sad and scared for what’s in store for us now xo

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    1. I’m hoping that petition for a second referendum is listened to! It’s almost at 1 million signatures! I’ve decided not to sit back and take this, so i’m heading to my first protest next week! X

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