In the wake of Brexit.... Actually I will get into that a little. I voted against it, I think that Brexit was a victory of nostalgia for a time that has passed, an Empire that is long lost to history. But I do not mourn the result, I think it was a vote against inequality in a world ruled by the 1%, and in which corporations acting in the name of profit have become more powerful than governments acting in the interests of their electorate. So I actually welcome the vote on the basis that it is a vote against loss of sovereignty, and a vote against the arrogance of the EU, which refuses to change in the face of populist demands, that even sees "populism" as a dirty word when it is the lifeblood of democracy. Rich economies cannot continue to prop poor economies, poor economies must be allowed to have their own fiscal and monetary policies, to devalue their own currencies in order to stimulate growth, and the EU will fail because it prevents these basic economic tools. So perhaps we left at the correct time. It is a shame that the arguments used for Brexit were so xenophobic and ignorant. ...sorry long aside. It led me to start writing a piece set in the UK after rebellion against the ruling classes. At the apex of a conversation, the following is said; "The truth is that history repeats; when the rich take too much the poor get restless. It happens every single time. But there is no moral high ground, the rich and poor are no different, other than by luck and circumstance. If you were to switch one for the other they would behave the same way." What I am after is your opinions on inequality in the globalised world, which should help me with defining a few of my characters viewpoints. Even comments on lizard-men, Illuminati etc are welcome. Cheers in advance.