Brexit!

by William Skink

Wow, Brexit! I must admit I’m a bit shocked Brits voted with their middle finger today to leave the EU. No, that’s not the shocking part. Didn’t British sycophants of unelected banksters have a way to fix the vote? I guess not. Again, wow.

So now what? Financial armageddon? Will some kraken-like beast rise from the sea to smite the British Isles for this terrible transgression against the Euro project?

There will most certainly be turmoil in the markets. I wonder how drunk David Cameron is right now. Are the globalists nervous? There is a scary tide of nationalism coming, and it could shatter the EU. Maybe destroy NATO, if we’re lucky.

I guess using the Jo Cox assassination to depict those who supported a Brexit as murderous Neo-Nazis didn’t work. None of the scare tactics worked. Obama inserting himself into this debate didn’t work, and neither did a last minute Bono offensive sprinkled with a little Liam Neeson imploring voters to remain. What is Scotland going to do now?

A lot of questions with no clear answers. Tomorrow, the clamor to understand what this means will begin in earnest.

And don’t expect the scare tactics to stop. This is a huge setback to the globalist agenda. They won’t take this smack in the face without a fight.

Wow.

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About William Skink

I'm a poet and political cynic living and writing in Montana. You can contact me here: willskink at yahoo dot com
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22 Responses to Brexit!

  1. steve kelly says:

    Headline: “Brexit Referendum Is Non-Binding. UK Parliament Not Voters has Final Say”
    “Politics alone will drive what happens ahead, not the will of the people. Britain is no more democratic than America – nor are any other EU countries.” – Stephen Lendman http://www.globalresearch.ca/brexit-referendum-is-non-binding-uk-parliament-not-voter-has-final-say/5532485

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  2. Big Swede says:

    George Soros takes one in the backside.

    “Breitbart News reported that George Soros had served as “The Puppet Master” of the E.U. “remain” campaign by mobilizing British elites to spread fear that a vote to “leave” would cause the pound to be devalued by 15 to 20 percent and GDP per household to fall by $6,321.

    With the pre-election polls showing the “remain” leading and London bookies offering 13 to 1 odds against the “Brexit,” the shock and awe of the leave vote winning by 52 to 48 percent sent UK stock prices crashing down harder than the initial September 15, 2008 bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers hit US markets.” Breitbart News

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  3. Big Swede says:

    From the Conservative Tree House (CTH).

    “What has happened with the U.K. referendum is going to send reverberations around the globe; but this outcome should not come as a complete surprise to most CTH readers. What happened in Great Britain is the visible rise of their national Monster Vote.

    People from across political parties, conservative (Tory) and democrat (Labour), joined together to unite against the institutional political systems (EU) who construct the rules of their lives without the consent of the governed.

    When you recognize the bipartisan nature of the Brexit coalition, you remove the political shroud and begin to get down to brass tacks.

    This same structural defect, born of self-centered political Oligarchs, exists in the U.S. political system and we call it the UniParty.

    Progressive leaders from both Democrat and Republican parties working in concert to deliver the legislative priorities of the group who funds them, Wall Street.

    The representative image of the sentiment behind the U.K. LEAVE campaign exists in the United States in the presidential candidate Donald Trump. Trump supporters are essentially anti-globalists, much like the U.K. nationalists were/are anti-European Union.”

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    • JC says:

      While the CTH analysis is pretty spot-on, I think I’d disagree with the final statement that Trump supporters are anti-globalists (many may be, but don’t make the mistake of conflating anti-globalization with protectionism or nationalism). I’m an anti-globalist, but would never support a Trump candidacy. So, it is foolish to assume that a “bipartisan” coalition of the Uniparty might coalesce to elect Trump. What the CTH piece does illuminate is that anti-globalisaton is quickly turning into a populist movement. And that doesn’t bode well for American politics where both republican and democratic priorities center around enhancing and maintaining a globalized environment in which to rule and plunder with impunity.

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      • Big Swede says:

        Trump vanquished 16 primary challengers based on his stance of building walls and stopping mass legal importation of middle eastern refugees.

        He didn’t take millions of dollars in guised speech contributions from major financial institutions. He for the most part self funded and has limited his alliances from foreign countries and major world wide corporations. He could possibly be the least influenced presidential candidate in the last several election cycles.

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        • JC says:

          Do you think that’s a good thing or a bad thing? All politicians are influenced if by nothing else, hopefully their voting constituency. If a politician isn’t accountable to, or influenced by his voters, then to whom does he owe his allegiance? To his own self interest? That’s a scary thought when said politician is a megalomaniac.

          Political influence is omnipresent. It just needs to be in the daylight so that voters kinow what they are getting. Of course, herein lies the problem of democracy. An informed electorate, which we do not have. We have a highly propagandized electorate doing the bidding of the propagandizers (and their overlords).

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  4. Eric says:

    This reminds me of when Chicago sent The Great Leader over to secure the Olympic for them and he got the back of their hand. He also went over to campaign for the global elites and tell the Brits not to leave the EU. and he got jap-slapped again. The pollsters either got it wrong, or they were subtly trying to shape the election .

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  5. I think until the concept of “controlled opposition” is part of the regular dialogue, along with “public hoaxes” which run throughout recorded history, you might have difficulty grasping that things are never cast to the wind or put up for grabs. This referendum was not held to see what people think, as that was already known. Anyone with inside knowledge was prepared for the drop of the British Pound, including our travel agent in Britain, who decided last Thursday that he needed immediate payment for an August trip.

    Something bigger is afoot. Don’t assume because I don’t know the future, that I don’t grasp the present. I do, quite well. Voting does not impact policy. This is some other ploy. Minor or major, I do not know. I only know that the vote was planned, and rigged.

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    • JC says:

      Don’t you got something better to do, like work on the plastic surgery details of the rich, famous and celebrity? Your grasp of the present is about equal to your amateur grasp of Photoshop and photo analysis.

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      • So you accept the Brexit vote with doe-eyed credulity. What else is new, JC?

        As I mentioned in a post last week, my photo work, which you have no basis for criticism other than your general refrain that you have unspecified but reliable expertise that should not be questioned, is a search for truth. For instance, knowing that Sharon Tate did not die, as I proved (yes, proved beyond statistical doubt), ought to set you on your heels and send you scurrying to try to understand what that affair was all about. Instead, religious man that you are, you fall back on your beliefs and ignore evidence. You’re just like everyone, JC, maybe more so. You sure aren’t in possession of any deep wisdom I am seeking, and you are not searching for truth. You only want to be intellectually nd morally superior to your peers, which sums up your political debates in a nutshell.

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        • JC says:

          Go examine some more plastic surgery, Mark. It does wonders for your disposition.

          And I’ll ask you to please refrain from the level of ad hominem you are exhibiting. Of all your assertions about me, not one is true. You haven’t a clue about what I think about the Brexit vote. You’re a fabricator and a thought cop.

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  6. Big Swede says:

    Elementary Watson.

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  7. Big Swede says:

    “Let them eat cake”

    If anyone needs another confirmation that the European Union is fundamentally the most anti-democratic entity currently in existence, then the following statement by European Parliament Martin Schultz should put all confusion to rest.

    Schulz: “The British have violated the rules. It is not the EU philosophy that the crowd can decide its fate”.

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  8. petetalbot says:

    Always good to see you siding with Swede, Eric and the nationalists, Skink. The majority of those voting to remain in the EU were the educated young. Those voting against would be your Trump types. Spot on analysis as always.

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    • steve kelly says:

      MSM categories, Pete. You fell for it again. The “educated young” were fooled too, which makes them educated fools. Not too smart, I’d say.

      “In that referendum, the older generations who know which class they belong to voted to fire their malign overlords in Brussels and London, while the younger generations, brainwashed by EU propaganda, did not.”

      “The main point is that the malign elites very much need to be fired, both in Europe and in the US.” http://cluborlov.blogspot.com/2016/06/firing-elites_28.html#more

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      • Pete’s job is to not get, Steve. and he’s very good at his job.

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      • petetalbot says:

        “Educated fools,” huh, Steve? Good to see you have a deep understanding of European youth. The 18 to 24-year-olds voted nearly 2 to 1 to remain. Unfortunately, they didn’t turn out in the numbers needed. Here’s what Mother Jones said about the vote:
        “The younger the voter, the more strongly they voted to remain in the EU. The older the voter, the more likely they were to actually get out and vote. Eventually the kids are going to figure out how badly their elders are screwing them, and maybe then they’ll finally muster the energy to cast a ballot. I wonder what it’s going to take to make that happen?”
        A nifty chart accompanied this quote:
        http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2016/06/brexit-vote-one-chart

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    • Big Swede says:

      The globalists are hiring censors and yellow journalists Pete.

      Dust off the resume.

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    • Eric says:

      I don’t know who first claimed that it was the uneducated who are responsible for Brexit Pete, but I do think that if I was a Dem that this would be a wake-up call that Trump is for real, and can win.

      I think it’s the perfect storm – a very flawed Dem candidate, and an angry electorate.

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  9. steve kelly says:

    Older voters know from first-hand experience that “triangulation” is nothing more than betrayal. Younger voters were not around when Pres. Clinton shoved NAFTA down labor’s throats, when he deregulated (Glass-Steagall Act of 1933) big banks, or when he signed the 1995 Recissions Act that eliminated assistance to low-income families with children. Democrats have been spotted, “deer in the headlights,” camping out, eating smores, with right-wing elites. “Third-way” politics is now a potent element of Trump’s playbook.

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