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ScotinLondon wrote: »
Humpty - with me dunno yet. I will be on drugs just one they diagnose me properly. Yes I have a neuro disorder but docsnot sure which type yet. A few more results to come thru and then a meet up with the the neurologist...
I am scared with what I have which can become very debilitating and then if drugs will be available or not.
In fact for me, the whole situation is very very scary, in more ways than one.
humptydumptybits wrote: »
Your whole post came across that you're all right Jack. The dismissing of the losers screaming, well you might be screaming as well if your life depended on it.
It might be ONLY ONLY ONLY medication to you, to some of us it is life or death.
lessonlearned wrote: »
Whilst supplies of medicines and foods are of paramount importance, I do tend to think Money has a point. There are also wider implications of Brexit. We just don't know what they are yet. Could be fuel security, could be the collapse of sterling, we could be plunged into recession, there could be a breakdown of law and order .........on the other hand it could be the beginning of a new golden age.
The point is, nobody knows.
The reality is we are heading into unknown territory - none of us knows what's round the corner. All we can do is try to prepare for the things that we know will impact us. Anything else is just conjecture.
We can second guess as much as we like but until the dust settles we don't know anything.
Some envisage a Mad Max scenario, some blithely assume it will "all sort itself out". I think most of us lie somewhere in between those polar opposites and are therefore trying to prepare as best we can.
If I'm not mistaken what I think what Money was trying to say is that the "screaming" from the Remain camp and the constant infighting among our political elite has weakened our hand in trying to negotiate good terms for our exit.
This constant fighting is tearing our country apart - just look at the vitriol on some of these threads. It does no good. It allows Europe to exploit our weakness and call the shots. We are literally playing into their hands and making a good deal well nigh impossible.
Why should the EU bother to negotiate fairly, all they have to do is sit back and wait for us to implode.
We need to remember the old milaitary adage.......
"United we stand, divided we fall"
If we had ALL stood together, and gave May the support she needed right from the start we might not now be in such a sorry mess. It is the division among us and our political leadership which is going to be our downfall if we let it.
Time to pull together and Back Britain.
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