It’s the end of the world as we know it
…And I feel fine.
Whoever thought that we would live to see the day that the President-Elect would be running a parallel foreign policy?
Whoever thought we would live to see the day that Republicans were cozying up to the Russian government while the Democrats were sounding the siren?
Then again, did anyone really believe that Great Britain would split from the European Union?
Maybe it really is the end of the world as we know it.
The one good thing is that as best as we can project, life in a post-apocalyptic world will probably be characterized by lower tax rates.
That can only add to the feeling fine sensation and I certainly look forward to the little considered benefits of an apocalypse.
While the world may not be ending, 2016 is coming to an end and after a very palpable post-election rally, it’s not very clear where we go next.
I certainly don’t know where I go next.
In less than a month populism meets reality and the direction may become more clear. At the moment, the only thing that really is clear is that populism is a world wide phenomenon, which means that lots of world-wide enemies are being identified to account for all of the ills any particular society may be experiencing.
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