Well, it does look like the 45s and above age group ("the oldies") have seriously prejudiced the futures of the younger people, particularly the u-25s.
For me this is a serious matter, that us oldies, who are much more numerous, have taken to remaining selfish about what we want. This is again a situation where we forget that we're not here for that long and yet we presume, near the end or past the end of our working lives, we can take away the chosen futures of those who have their entire lives ahead of them.
Not only this effect on the young but we may well see the break-up of the UK: Scotland and even Northern Ireland may well decide to take their own trip. And I don't blame them as they can see their English cousins are more concerned about their own affairs than the future of the UK as a whole.
The EU may now break-up as well. Perhaps the Brexiters may not be concerned about that, but this line of thinking will be found to be utterly negative.
Why don't we all just get divorced from our partners and families as well? It's the same thing isn't it?
We have a lot to learn. Love and tolerance seem to be words we have forgotten about - but, admittedly, with no thanks to the political classes we choose to elect.
Thank you for reading this.