After Cameron's 'veto', the talk in the msm is now about Great Britain & Northern Ireland leaving the EU. Much of it is guff but, ultimately, people believe what they want to believe; they will agree with whatever makes their lives easier from a misplaced sense of hope.
The painful story of Tibet has many lessons for us. They've been resisting since 1949 and the majority of Tibetans live in refugee camps in Northern India. Only those who couldn't afford the journey or were too frail to cross the Himalayas on foot, remain behind:
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