This sadly ignorant and deeply religious right wing Brextremist, Jacob Rees-Mogg, thinks it's "bad practice to have a second referendum before delivering on the first".
How come that a right wing extremist like Jacob Rees-Mogg today on BBC warns for UKIP and Robinson while he himself is a big fan of supporting the war crimes committing and islamist terror spreading, murderous and Human Rightsphobic islamofascist Saudi dictator family and its sharia spreading organnization OIC?
Klevius: Is his ignorance due to UK lacking a proper, civilized constitution?
However, nowhere in the civilized world could a referendum with simple majority (and in the case of UK only in two of its four parts) be enough for a major decision. Beggars belief!
Klevius moral tutorial for Jacob Rees-Mogg and others equally ignorant (hopefully, because the other alternative ain't pretty) about Human Rights:
Atheism is the only road to becoming universally Human. Whereas 'believers' take their (im)moral from their 'god' (i.e. themselves), hence leaving space for racism, sexism, supremacism etc., the Atheist has to relay on all humans if deciding not to be racist or sexist. Therefore the Atheist has to follow the basic (s.c. 'negative rights') spirit of the Universal Human Rights declaration of 1948. However, 'believers' always fall more or less short of this, precisely because their 'belief' is defined (via a 'god') by some sort of supremacism embedded in some sort of "community". And "communities" cannot have Human Rights, only individuals can. And at the end of the day it's only the individual, i.e. you, that matters, isn't it.
And do remember Klevius definition of 'aliens' as both humans without humanity (e.g. terrorists) as well as non-"living" ai-aliens. The Japanese Haybusa 2 robot system working on the asteroid Ryugu is the most advanced tool humans have created. However, compared to "alien" ai robots visiting us from an other solar system, Hayabusa 2 is more like a flint tool made by a Neanderthal.
1994 Klevius warned for left wing extremists contempt for the rights of the individual human. Klevius did it after being approached by professor in jurisprudence Jacob Sundberg, who, among many other important Human Rights subjects, has worked hard on studying the famine in Ukraine 1932-33. Little did Klevius foresee that he 24 years later would have to do the same about right wing extremists in England. However, when scratching off the protective layer of tidy "explanations" about the Irish famines under UK "constitution", an alternative picture emerges with many similarities with the one in Ukraine. This may well be part of the "ultimate back stop" in the Brexit saga. Spiced with a mix of Catholicism and islamism.
A global world is only possible under the guidance of (negative) Human Rights - as outlined in the original anti-fascist, anti-racist, and anti-sexist Universal Human Rights declaration of 1948. It means equal individual freedom for everyone no matter of sex or anything else. Therefore it also excludes any religious supremacist tenet, or religious impositions on the individual.
Peter Klevius film proposal for people like Jacob Rees-Mogg would be Rendezvous with Rama based on Arthur C. Clarke's novel. Sadly, it's not produced as yet.
Klevius 1979: Human Rights rather than religion