by Clif Droke
Everywhere one turns there is evidence of widespread rage and frustration. The peoples of Europe and the Americas, in particular, are aggrieved at their political lot and are becoming increasingly angry. What was once a simmering resentment has become a boiling cauldron of discontent.
The latest token of this growing anger is the outcome of Britain’s vote to leave the EU. The majority of British voters have decided they’ve had enough of austerity and have expressed their unhappiness in no uncertain terms, much to the consternation of global financial markets. This, in turn, has inspired other European countries to pursue independence from the Union.