short version: (1min 31sec)

this is her full speech: (6min 52sec)

Theresa May Resigns as British Prime Minister

Why is it so hard to implement democracy?

Even in Britain, which is not said to be no dictatorship.

It is not a unlikely British phenomenon – it is global.

Long term serving Chancellor Kohl (yes the fat guy with strange accent) revealed that the “pushed through the Euro like a dictator”

2013:  “I knew that I could never win a referendum in Germany,” he said. “We would have lost a referendum on the introduction of the euro. That’s quite clear. I would have lost and by seven to three.”

said former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl (src: telegraph.co.uk)

“Political life is like this – elections go back and forth. Representative democracy can only be successful if one sits down and says – ‘that’s it. I will connect myself’ – as I did – ‘connect my existence to a political project.’ Then you automatically have in your party a lot of people who say: ‘if that fails, so do I’.”

cui bono: who profits? in who’s interest? so that Mercedes and BMW can export more cars to Greece?

really?

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