Look, you are happy, AW, I get that, I am happy for you. You stuck your tree branch into the wheels of society and made "The Man" fall off because they weren't listening to you. Crickey, we all wanted to do that.
But you also have to understand the remain perspective, we like what the EU has done for our rights, we like the economic stability and security it brings, we like the freedoms it gives us. At the moment it feels like some of our friends decided against our wishes to hold a vote to take our car away from us and then being told to just smile and be happy while we wait in the rain for the bus because the vote was "democratic".
Democracy is also the right to protest and fight things you don't agree with. Besides, we don't have direct democracy in the UK, if we did there would be no income tax and free cake for everyone, everyday. We have something called representative democracy, which involves electing someone to represent our interests as best they can even though a lot of what they vote for will be against our direct wishes.
brexiters making inaccurate and childish claims that the EU is a fascist, unelected, secretive and undemocratic organisation does suggest that you ( generic you) voted for something you don't understand. The EU has a page debunking 500 commonly held myths that the newspapers in the UK have invented, even Boris repeated some of the most common ones like EU rules distancing bananas only being allowed to be sold in bunches of 3 or less when every single shop in the UK sells full hands of bananas.
Successive UK governments with media assistance have vilified the EUs to distract the electorate from their own failings, when in reality the EU has forced the government tor raise the bar on human rights, animal welfare, environmental protection, workers rights and food safety as well as many other things.
Anyway, can we get back to the subject please rather than having another discussion where we are trying to be forced into being defensive about wanting to retain EU citizenship.