Brexit and Trump: When Fear Triumphs Over Evidence

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Of course, it is the case that some, perhaps much of the support given to these anti-establishment movements is grounded in those sorts of ugly sentiments. Not objective, not impartial, not competent. Julia Shaw’s neat analysis of the psychology of why people are prepared to set aside the weight of expert opinion when deciding provides fascinating reading. Mostly they favour the wealthy and influential and penalize the poor and powerless

Whew, that’s a mouthful. And she’d piss herself laughing at your synopsis. It is right there with having the police rob banks for you and deposit the money straight into your bank account)

Brexit and Trump: When Fear Triumphs Over Evidence

Brett is a 2015-2016 Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism fellow

Greece’s currency wasn’t worth what it went into the EU with, with it’s lazy attitude and it’s retirement welfare system, it has bludged of the euro ever since. Third, I can find no credible information saying that these men were recent immigrants, only that they were of Pakistani Heritage. As living standards increase there is less emigration from and more immigration to that country. So, why should you care. “Delaying might be a good way to score some political points but it’s terrible policy,” he said on the Senate floor last week. These are all lessons for Australia also. Should Britain leave but I think it will not as people are ‘afraid’ of standing it appears ‘alone’ and accepting the responsibility for the same — just as Australians are ‘afraid’ of standing alone but instead design policies based on fear and the assumption that conflict is always inevitable. London office, said in an e-mail that while “there is academic evidence to supp

It is inevitably compromised in most of its operations

The Brits weren’t too happy about that in the 1950s and 1960s. 4% of the population. Which ought to be something you can relate to quite naturally

“For surely nobody here could think this EU business is still a good thing

A third of voters abstained and that’s a sizeable proportion. While they express some piecemeal criticisms of each, they literally cannot comprehend how anyone would be fundamentally disillusioned by and angry with these institutions, let alone want to break from them. But a major factor is that many people recognize that establishment journalists are an integral part of the very institutions and corrupted elite circles that are authors of their plight. Is that in concrete

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