Up until the summer of 2016, the tried and tested methods of creating and controlling us with an establishment narrative had always worked.
Those methods were expected to work with the European Referendum Vote too.
Lies and stories were concocted and mixed up with a few threats and a little fear. It was all focused on maintaining the easy way of living and the nice experiences that normal people would otherwise lose if they didn’t conform to what the establishment wanted to achieve from the Vote.
Yet the script that had been written for even greater integration with the European Union didn’t work.
The majority of the British People found instead that they identified with a different way of interpreting the future and voted democratically for the UK to leave the European Union.
The result of the Referendum set in motion what was to become a three-year battle between the democratic will of the people and the unwritten agenda of an establishment and a perceived loss that it still refuses to understand.
Brexit was born.