You make me laugh, when Farage thought he'd lost the referendum, when his City chums told him he'd blown it in the early hours of that fateful summers day, he gave a rallying speech to his troops about the fight going on, lost the battle but not the war kinda bollocks. When he realised he'd won it he changed his tune "That's it, the people have spoken, no going back" and the remoaners were born. Democracies don't work the way you think they do, people are expected to respect the outcome of elections and referendums, but they are not forced to embrace them. If that referendum had returned capital punishment I would have respected the outcome but not embraced it, and I would have done everything permissible in a democracy to reverse it, including agitating for another referendum. If this country elects the Tories, I no more believe in Tory principles the day after the election than I did before. Trump is a divisive figure who won the electoral college vote but not the popular vote, if the USA were to use the popular vote method rather than the system they presently use Clinton would be President and Trump would be back on reality TV, but they don't so they have Trump and not Clinton because of electoral mechanics. Whatever one thinks of that system all the candidates fought their campaigns under it, they knew its strengths and weaknesses and so they must respect the outcome, but just as I no more wanted to leave the EU the day after the referendum than I did before, the majority of Americans who voted for Hilary Clinton and those that voted for minor candidates are no more Pro Trump now than they were before. Trump might consider his victory as some sort of triumph of the will, you might talk about the EU referendum as the people have spoken, which castes the referendum as some kind of Road to Damascus revelation, but you're kidding yourself, Trump and the Brexiters don't have the political capital they think they have and in a democracy there are ways of stopping you in your tracks, get too cocky (and Trump is very cocky) and he and your merry band of little englanders will soon find out there are checks and balances in a democracy and the people who are against you know how to use them.