I don’t hate the English ! I hate the English imperial ruling class, represented by the Tory Party, upon whose outlook and beliefs the Australian “Liberal” Party, whom I also hate with a passion, base their whole selfserving, demented view of the world. Do you know that the word “Tory” comes from the Irish (Gaelic) word Tóraí, which means “brigand” or “highwayman” ? How apt.
And here we have the reason why I thought you might be English yourself — because this statement is false, utterly false — and anyone who believes it has been exposed to and accepts the English Tory propaganda peddled by their gutter press. The so-called “United Kingdom” is formed from three countries England, Wales and Scotland, and the north-eastern part of a fourth, Ireland.
It is only the English who claim the Union is indivisible, and who refuse to accept a majority vote against them in the other countries of their UK, and who insist on one-person-one-vote across the whole of their UK, because the majority population on the island of Britain is English. The Scots, on the other hand, want to remain un the EU, and there is a strong movement in that country, and in Northern Ireland, getting stronger every day, to tell the English Tories to go to hell. However, this movement goes mosty unreported in the British media because it doesn’t suit the English Tories and Murdoch.
I know the London area voted to remain, but the London area is not one of the constituent countries of the UK, but only a part of one of them, and therefore must wait to express its discontent at the ballot box. How long they’ll have to wait is anybody’s guess: the Tories don’t want to call an election they know they’ll lose, and the little, fat, old Queen won’t sack her prime minister (although she has the power to do so) because she likes a quiet life, and doesn’t want to upset any of her Tory pals.
I suggested you stop gaining your information on Brexit from Australian media sources which, due to the innate laziness of our journalists, rely almost exclusively on English sources. I suggested you look at the websites of The Irish Times and Le Monde (in English) but you have ignored that — as is your prerogative, but please stop regurgitating English propaganda which is as false as it is misleading.