Brexit – Ce n’est qu’un au revoir – Jurnal ilustrat 113

“Britain cannot leave Europe any more than Piccadilly Circus can leave London. Europe is where we are, and where we will remain. Britain has always been a European country, its fate inextricably intertwined with that of the continent, and it always will be.”

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“My own homeland, England, is revealed as a house divided against itself: London and the rest, rich and poor, young and old. (Some 75% of those under 25 voted for remain.)”

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“Vladimir Putin will be rubbing his hands in glee. The unhappy English have delivered a body blow to the west, and the ideals of international cooperation, liberal order and open societies to which England has in the past contributed so much.”

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“Acres of newsprint and gigabytes of wspace will be devoted over the next weeks and months to the grim mechanics of disentangling the UK from the EU. As all the experts derided by the Brexiteers pointed out, this will be long, complicated and painful.”

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“Among the many messages I have received from continental friends, one particularly moves me. It’s from a French intellectual and reads: “Ce n’est qu’un au revoir…”

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“Underneath he was written simply: We do love England.”

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(Timothy Garton Ash, As a lifelong English European, this is the biggest defeat of my political life, în The Guardian, 25 iunie, 2016. Fotografiile londoneze sunt din intervalul 22-25 iunie 2016. I was there!)


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