Hi Josh. That’s a frustrating and moving read – and I agree with every point you make. However, I don’t think the vision we had, that day after Nick Clegg’s resignation speech, is over.
I believe we were not wrong, in our naive perspective last year, but were ahead of our time.
This goes to the heart of the sleight of hand being offered by all Outers right now. Any argument that is predicated upon us being better or different from the EU is futile because we are the EU, as much as any other country is.
I don’t want to be accused of being a shitbrains (which in your Irish dockworker’s vernacular, seems not to be implausible), but are you acting pissed off to divert attention from the fact your argument was so pisspoor in your Amazon post? You switched off the “responses” on both this and your last post, which doesn’t go with the “freewheeling”…
Hi Taymur — I am glad to have shared it. Many people recently read it, as it seems to have captured the choice very well. Sadly, I have never been able to track down the author so don’t know whether he wanted to be associated with the post.
read, write and participate.
Not sure how aware you are of the Trivium, a pedagogy used since the Ancient Greeks and currently undergoing a modern revival in schools thanks to Martin Robinson? It fits your three web literacy skills here in a really interesting way, so thought I’d share it here.