And as Hayek points out in "The End of Truth"
"The most effective way of making everybody serve the single system of ends toward which the social plan is directed is to make everybody believe in those ends. To make a totalitarian system function efficiently, it is not enough that everybody should be forced to work for the same ends. It is essential that the people should come to regard them as their own ends."
"Although the beliefs must be chosen for the people and imposed upon them, they must become their beliefs, a generally accepted creed which makes the individuals as far as possible act spontaneously in the way the planner wants. If the feeling of oppression in totalitarian countries is in general much less acute than most people in liberal countries imagine, this is because the totalitarian governments succeed to a high degree in making people think as they want them to."
This is, largely, the Remainer credo. The blind unquestioning faith in the European ideal despite its totalitarian instincts.
The same thickos who did not question the EU are now not supposed to question Brexit according to some.
Coming back to the title of this thread. If as many have claimed Brexit was in part an anti-globalistion vote how come we are now going for a Global Britain. India has already said we will need to accept more people to get a deal. One of my biggest gripes with Brexit is that it doesn't tie-up. It seems to be based on no ideology apart from the dislike of things.
As I said soon after the vote I truly hope to be proven wrong and to be able to thank leave voters in the future. In the same spirit if it does all go tits up I hope those who voted to leave will apologise.
Okay apologise maybe a bit much. You've made a fundamental choice if it goes wrong just don't take the Saido route.
The problem with that is that it is pretty hard to ascertain exactly what us leaving the EU would be responsible for going wrong/right. Sadly, this will mean that the rows will rage forevermore - or at least until there is some sort of implosion within the EU (not saying that's a certainty, before anyone starts) - as many are so entrenched with their views on it.
If I feel as though us leaving has been to the long term detriment of the UK then I'll hold my hands up and admit I was wrong. It should be a long, long time before anyone can even think of making such a judgement, though IMO.