Or appointing governments to run countries that are not elected by the people.
Can you give an actual, real-world example for the EU appointing some country's government?
The fact that most pro-EU remain voters after the referendum reacted with predictable "well that vote didn't count" or "let's have a do over!" should have come as no surprise to anyone.
Yeah... except that the petition for a do-over was opened by a pro-Leave voter and opened BEFORE the referendum.
But why should facts matter, right?
If everyone wanted that a majority of the population would not have voted to leave.
Um... you're assuming that everyone was fully informed and aware of all the consequences while voting.
But we heard enough voices of people who voted leave and then started to realize what benefits they're getting from the EU that they might lose.
People change their mind all the time.
EU memebership benefitted some aspects of society in the UK, but impacted a lot of people negatively. It's really good for the rich and powerful though so you don't often hear about the rest of it.
Cornwall are the rich and powerful?
The farmes who need the subsidies are rich and powerful?
The scientists that may loose funding are rich and powerful?
You are certainly -ful of something...