IS POST-BREXIT BRINGING A POLITICAL REVOLUTION FOR WOMEN?
We live in hysterical times, according to the men who would govern us.
Boris Johnson has described the post-referendum mood as “a kind of hysteria, a contagious mourning”, likening it to the outpouring of grief after the death of Princess Diana.
Meanwhile John McDonnell warned that it is time to calm down: “There’s been a sort of mass hysteria in virtually all our political parties and I can’t completely understand it.”
Indeed: "hysteria", an ungovernable emotional excess has certainly come to the fore lately and is now perplexing the very men who embodied it.
OUR MALE LEADERS ARE OUT OF CONTROL
At the top of the tree we have cliques of men back-stabbing each other.
Johnson has been betrayed by Michael Gove “who has an emotional need to gossip,” especially when he has had a drink and it all becomes a bit leaky. Farage, architect of so much hatred, walks away.
Jeremy Corbyn’s aides over the weekend portrayed him as too frail and fragile to meet his own deputy while another brother portrays him as “a man of steel”.
Tony Blair turns up to give advice, knowing full well that his day of reckoning is coming this week.
One of his former assistants in taking us to war, Alastair Campbell, is everywhere advising Labour on how to unite and restore trust.
DO NONE OF THESE MEN SEE THEMSELVES FOR WHAT THEY ARE?
Are they so powered by emotional ties to their own cliques?
A divided country looks on and sees what else is on offer: the unyielding Theresa May, the wannabe Thatcher Andrea Leadsom, a possible challenge from “sensible” Angela Eagle.
There is a new sense that if anyone can manage this crisis and take back control, it is a woman. Indeed May’s gambit is that she will rise above the squabbling, ego-driven boys, remaining fairly free of emotion.
MAY'S COLDNESS NOW LOOKS LIKE AN ASSET
Obviously she had to “explain” her childlessness to the Mail on Sunday but she dutifully jumped that ridiculous hurdle.
Anyone who has heard her talk about managing her diabetes cannot fail to find her attitude brave and admirable. This and her directional wardrobe are all we are going to get for personality but that will do for now.
May is the anti-hysteria candidate, “calm down dear” personified.
Though remember hysteria is often presumed to be the province of women, deriving as it does from the Greek word for uterus.
PRESENTING 'FARAGE'S ANGELS': SIGNED OFFSET POSTER
In these anxious times the last people who seem able to show leadership are those shrieking about with some flailing version of masculinity that is leaky, porous, inflexible on different days of the week.
The messiness of the split is everywhere and it is dangerous... Enter the stern women.
Authority rests with those, who despite the carnage around them, seem to be able to contain themselves. As men emote, women show control.
Calm Consistency Theresa May
She may not be adored, but she commands admiration, a wary respect, and deep gratitude from many Tory women for what the business minister Anna Soubry calls the “proper sisterhood” that she has built inside the party.
There is something fitting about the fact that over a decade after May overhauled the candidate selection system to bring more women and minority ethnic MPs up the ladder behind her, her party volunteered an all-female shortlist for the top job.
The Monkey Wrench of Gina Miller
“I’ve been told that ‘as a coloured woman’, I’m not even human, I’m a primate and only a piece of meat and I should be hunted down and killed.”
Gina Miller, has risen as the only legitimate figure to oppose Brexit after the referendum.
Almost immediately Miller threw her hat into the preverbal ring with a legal fight to get Parliament to vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU.
Nicola Sturgeon's Lost Decade
Independence could be the only way for Scots to avoid a “lost decade” of Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon has told MSPs.
The First Minister warned that damage to the “economy and other areas of our society and lives [from quitting Europe would be] deep and severe.”
On the event of Gina Miller's successful campaign to have MP's legislate and vote on invoking Article 50, the Scottish Parliament has the potential power to block Brexit. Making Sturgeon a powerful player as the divorce from EU develops.
The End of One World
Having overwhelmingly voted to remain, many young people feel betrayed by an older generation who turned their backs on Europe but who will not be around to see the damage wreaked
“A friend said, ‘Let’s not overreact, it’s not the end of the world’. But it is the end of one world, of the world as we know it,” said Hortense Franc, a St Martin’s student.
A Lie Worth £350 Million
Buried in a 19,800 word Spectator essay written by former online editor and Vote Leave director Dominic Cummings is an admission: The Brexit referendum was won by lying to the public.
To casually admit that the NHS swung the vote is an admission that the Leave campaign won because they lied to the public.
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FARAGE'S ANGELS SIGNED OFFSET POSTER
Farage's Angels showcases the strength of control that women politicians have over their male counterparts, such as Nigel Farage, who have washed their hands of all responsibility of their actions.