by Adam English
The rift between the British and continentals isn’t the only one on full display now.
We’re all seeing the start of a breakdown between those who have invested in Europe’s future and those who have control of it.
From pensioners and middle-class savers to the wealthiest clients of the largest investment firms, it isn’t just political mistrust and uncertainty.
Blaming the Brexit voters is just the easiest, most superficial story to write.
What truly underlies what we’re seeing today is a fundamental belief that Europe, and the world at large, has allowed technocrats who are utterly blinded to reality by their hubris to admit that: