Stopping Brexit in 2019 is at last within reach now that the daunting problems of the UK's divorce from the EU become daily ever more apparent and its supposed advantages ever more nebulous. Now it's up to you, the voter, to shift public opinion to 'remain'.
This is the only book unequivocally against Brexit in all its forms. It explains why - and how it can readily be avoided. But a majority of MPs must first be persuaded to vote requiring the Prime Minister of the day either to inform the European Commission that the UK wishes to remain a member, or to have a second referendum.
John Pedler is a former British diplomat, now a diplomatic consultant, who has worked to 'remain' since 2015. He says the purpose of 'The Four Brexiteers' is to help bolster the public's growing desire 'remain' sufficiently to decide what MPs will do. For a start Prime Minister Mrs. May's all too successful mantra that 'Brexit is inevitable' must be debunked: right now most of the UK's (and even the American) media accepts this!
Each of the Brexiteers - Trump and Putin, Rupert Murdoch, and Mrs. May - are considered and shown to be acting against the best interest of their countries. Indeed in the US, the UK, Europe, and Russia their populism is destroying the unity of the West, threatening the very survival of democracy as we know it. Here we learn more about this destructive phenomenon all too typical of our world today.
Short of reading time? You need only read the first 48 pages which make the argument, the remaining 150 is a menu of reports, articles and speeches in support to be read as you choose. Many are little known: one is Lord Kerr's lecture on Article 50 (Nov. 2018), another is the Mayo clinic on diagnosing of Narcissistic Personality disorder (NP) from which Trump is believed to suffer.
This is a book for Americans as well as Europeans, for the young whose future is at stake, and also for celebrities who, by 'coming out' for Europe, could help immensely.
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About the Author
John Pedler joined the British Foreign Service - now the Diplomatic Service - in 1951 when Clement Attlee was to be succeeded by Winston Churchill (his second Administration). In Europe he served in Vienna and in Paris where he worked to the Minister of State Edward Heath when Heath was seeking the UK's membership of the European Economic Community, now the European Union.
On a year's leave of absence he was war correspondent in Vietnam for the Sunday Telegraph in 1968, the year of the Têt offensive. On leaving the Service to become a diplomatic consultant he worked in Germany on the East West division of the country; was involved with the Chinese economy paying frequent visits to Mao's China; visited Fidel Castro's Cuba for discussions with the government; was invited to Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge genocide by Prime Minister Hun Sen and became co-founder of the Cambodia Trust; during the siege of Sarajevo he worked for the Bosnian Government.
Since November 2015 he has worked full time to assist the 'Remain' organisations, and after the June 30 referendum 2016 he has worked to support those attempting to prevent Prime Minister Theresa May from invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
He is the author of 'A Valedictory Despatch' and four spy stories. He lives with his wife in South West France enjoying swimming and international poetry.