One month on…

This blog is still here.  No, there is nothing to say.

Open mouthed astonishment at the stupidity of my country. Nothing else to add.Euro flag

Aghast and beyond comment.  Will write something one day, but not now.

 

 


3 thoughts on “One month on…

  1. To be completely fair, Gareth, your present doubts are due also to Spain’s policies on foreigners, not just what the UK has decided.

    Briton expats in France, for instance, are under less threat than you are.

    But in practice, I doubt that your neighbours nor employers will seek to oust their friendly English-teaching donkey-man !!

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  2. If you are in any way supporting Brexit, Jabba, you must be the only person I am still communicating with who holds that position. And I won’t be talking to you for much longer if you bring those views to my blog.

    It is such a serious issue that there is no point in continuing communications with people who hold that idiotic and selfish view. Britain is going to ruination and it is all about stupid pride in an idea about Europe which is quite mistaken.

    My blogpost was very short. I did not go into details. The details you choose to bring to this are wrong and missing the point; particularly regarding Spain (and the government here is actually very supportive of our plight.)

    Our friends here in Europe are Michel Barnier and the EU negotiators, and all those ex-pats who are fighting for our rights. Our enemies are Mistress May the turn-coat, the poison-clown Boris Johnson, Mr No-ideas the “Brexit” secretary, and a whole host of super rich Tories who want to turn the UK into a tax haven at the expense of ordinary working people. This is a bloody mess.

    Many of us here are in total despair at the madness of it all, so don’t come here rationalising the irrational, Jabba. I’m so glad it’s all lovely for you in France. Enjoy your complacency. There’s a battle to be fought, and if you can’t be in solidarity with those of us expats who have much to lose, just shut up.

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    1. The details you choose to bring to this are wrong and missing the point; particularly regarding Spain (and the government here is actually very supportive of our plight.)

      Then I was mistaken, and I’m glad to hear that.

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