You can't bring peace elsewhere if you can't find peace on your own turf. What the Brexit is doing right now is dividing a nation, and not just a nation, it is triggering fascism in Britain and the rest of the continent. In fact the events of the last few weeks are tossing us back in history whereas we should be looking at finding ways to progress and move forward.
Sorry but I'm calling BS on that. In what way is the Brexit debate "triggering fascism"? Do you mean the nutter who shot the MP? Or is it just that anyone who expresses disquiet about the yielding of sovereignty and control over a nation's borders is now a "fascist"?
One thing I have found interesting about this debate is the style of arguments used. The exiters tend to highlight areas where they think the EU is bad - waste, uncontrolled immigration, bureaucracy, the desire for ever-closer federalism. The remainers seem to be focused on the short-term economic impact, and beyond that just resort to name-calling and scaremongering (eg "you're just like Trump" "we'll have that racist Farage as PM" "this will start WW3".
The other interesting comparison is with the TPPA, which from what I can see yields about 0.1% of the amount of national sovereignty as that required by the EU, and triggered significant unrest here.
Personally I registered to vote then decided that as I have no intention of living in UK again, I'd leave it to the residents.