What many voters of the president-elect, especially those squeezed out of jobs in swing states, do not realize is that we are in a time of digital and technological ‘(r)evolution’ where technologies are being advanced at exponential rates, replacing “jobs” for more efficient and cost-effective means.
At some point we will reach Peak Oil (predicted by geologist Hubbert’s Peak Oil Theory), where we will need the reliance of some form of EV before losing the supply we’ve been relying on for so many years. The Saudi’s and Russians have been manipulating the markets and we have no real idea of how much oil is truly in the East.
I have to take some responsibility for my response, I’m sorry.
Todd, you’re correct. I misunderstood the situation in Great Britain and misspoke. Yes, I now understand that PM May supports the ‘will of the people’ with their choice for Brexit and she is appealing the Court’s decision to reverse the vote.
Trump, who: ‘“He has called global warming a “hoax,” for example, and claimed that the Chinese fabricated climate change (just a joke, he later said). And in an interview this week with Reuters, he said that he was “not a big fan” of the Paris climate accord, and that “at a minimum I will be renegotiating those agreements.”’ (New York Times, May 20…
Agreed. It’s become ‘reality TV,’ once we introduced celebrity into politics: Nixon on his TV appearances, Reagan the movie star, Clinton on Arsenio Hal, Schwarzenegger the movie star, late night TV appearances/day-time TV appearances, etc.
…but PM Theresa May put Brexit up for vote in Parliament it and was ultimately ruled out? Yes, it’s complicated because British politics are _completely_ different than American politics, but it’s a false equivalency for everyone to continue to compare Donald Trump to Brexit.