Monthly Archives: July 2016

Brexit Going, going, gone

now panic and freak out teapotPhoto by Frankie Leon

Seventy five percent of young voters voted to stay in the EU, but their grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles voted to leave the EU. The photos of young Brits after the results were announced tell the story of how devastated they are by the exit vote.[13] Observing the reactions of the British population to leaving the EU; the retired and elderly Brits seem ecstatic over the outcome but the young people, in many cases are in shock. Even teens aged 16 and 17, who were not old enough to vote, are voicing their anger and despair on Tumbler’s the75percent site. Comments from older teens reflect the despair of their younger peers. Teens see a dark future if they remain disconnected from the EU.[14] (author Vicki Nikolaidis)

cont. Brexit, Texit, Bennifer and Referendum Apocalypse

and the final decision is Brexit EU final Decision