To anyone who has access to the internet, TV, or radio, it must surely be obvious by now that the lunatics have taken over the asylum. While governments, and those who make up the composition of such bodies, have never been totally trustworthy in their dealings or promises, events of the last few days provide clear evidence that those once running the asylum have been well and truly ousted, and the inmates are in charge.
Donald Trump is undoubtedly the “Master Psycho.” While murmuring soft promises of fidelity into the ears of ex-coal miners, and showing macho pretence of caring for the American people, he only yesterday signed an order preventing some hundreds of visa and ‘Green Card’ holders from returning to their homes in the United States.
Stranded at airports inside and outside the U.S. these people were coming home from business trips, vacations, or visits to relatives in other countries. They have wives, husbands, children, parents, sweethearts, fondly awaiting their homecoming. Trump, with one flourish of his spiky, psychotic, signature, kept them apart.
Thankfully, the sane people outside the walls of the asylum have taken legal steps to overturn this constitutional nightmare, at least temporarily, and allow these poor people to their homes. We wait to see how the next move of the chief inmate will pan out.
Meanwhile, an escapee has fled to Turkey. Theresa May, until yesterday inside the asylum cooking up further chaos with her leader, Donald Trump, has now managed to break out and was last seen in the company of another lunatic, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, of Turkey to whom she’s agreed to sell 100,000,000 British pounds ($125,500,000) worth of military fighter jets.
You don’t believe she’s a lunatic? Consider the evidence:
When May was British Home Secretary pre-Brexit she sat on the fence over her position regarding the E.U. until finally she came out and said that she couldn’t agree to remain in the Union because it would be wrong to accept Turkey as a member. On April 25th 2016, the BBC reported:
Mrs May said Albania, Serbia and Turkey had “poor populations and serious problems with organised crime, corruption, and sometimes even terrorism”.
She added: “We have to ask ourselves, is it really right that the EU should just continue to expand, conferring upon all new member states all the rights of membership?”
She said the UK had “forgotten how to lead” in Europe and must re-assert itself to force change from within, adding that it could veto Turkey joining the EU. 
One day later, the Telegraph also reported:
The Home Secretary is trying to cast herself as the reluctant Remainer already, carving out very deliberate dividing lines between her and David Cameron by raising questions in her speech today about whether it is “really right” for the EU to give countries like Turkey “all the rights of membership” and that Britain just needs to leave the European Court of Human Rights. 
Apparently Mrs May thinks it would be wrong to allow “countries like Turkey” to join the E.U. because of “serious problems with organised crime, corruption, and sometimes even terrorism,” but it’s absolutely okay to flog this same nation one hundred million pounds worth of lethal fighter jets.
Given suitable evidence, to label one particular nation a potential enemy is an eminently sane thing to do. To then provide it with the weaponry it needs to harm you is insanity.
Anyone who considers Theresa May’s antics rational should, perhaps, consider joining the rest of the inmates in the asylum.
 “Theresa May: UK should quit European Convention on Human Rights” BBC, April 25th 2016
 “Theresa May wants you to stay in the EU. Has she blown her chances of ever being Tory leader?”Telegraph, April 26th 2016