Why don’t people understand Labour’s plan re Brexit? It’s simple. It’s exactly the process mental health professionals recommend in anxiety management sessions when faced with something potentially catastrophic (like Brexit)…
- Identify the worst that can happen (no deal)
- Do what you can to mitigate the problem (negotiate a decent deal)
- Try to prevent catastrophe from happening at all (a new referendum ’cause that’s fair) & campaign to prevent catastrophe (remain).
That’s not complicated. It just isn’t as simple as the superficial crap coming from other parties. That’s because the Labour party is acting responsibly whilst the others are relying upon superficial soundbytes and emotive (but essentially meaningless) statements like “Brexit means Brexit” etc.
Is there anyone reading this who can honestly say that they don’t understand the Labour strategy as described above? Really? Is that too complicated for you or are you knowingly pretending it’s confusing to try and score points?
Hint: You won’t score points, you’ll just look stupid if you can’t get your head around something so simple.