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Brexit Signals It’s Time To Prepare For The Coming Global Reorganization Of World Power

To say that history was made in last night’s Brexit vote for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union would be a misleading understatement.




In an op-ed for the LA Times, London School of Economics fellow Brian Klaas and Marcel Dirsus compare Brexit voters to ‘Trump supporters sporting “Make America Great Again” hats’ who ‘believe they have lost too much for too long’.

To say that history was made in last night’s Brexit vote for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union would be a misleading understatement. A more accurate description would be that an atom bomb in the form of Brexit was released over the target of global power and nothing but dust and scorched earth remain in its wake. The biggest losers in all this are the New World Order elite, George Soros and the Bilderberger Group. What happens next is anyone’s guess because absolutely, literally anything can happen from this point forward.

Nigel Farage: June 23 Will Be U.K.’s ‘Independence Day’

Already voters in France, Italy and the Netherlands are demanding their own votes on European Union membership and the euro, as the continent faces a “contagion” of referendums. In America, both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama who urged Britons to “remain” found themselves on the wrong side of history this morning. Only Donald Trump was able to correctly read the mood in the UK and backed the campaign to leave.

Republican strategists had panned Trump’s decision to travel to the UK in the midst of campaign turmoil, and in the wake of his blistering attack on Hillary Clinton earlier this week. Now, however, it looks like a risk that paid off handsomely, in the currency of foreign policy credibility.

Trump, who happens to be in Scotland to open a golf resort, promised in May that leaving the EU would not put Britain at the “back of the queue,” and said: “I think if I were from Britain I would probably want to go back to a different system.” He reiterated that support last week, telling the Sunday Times: “I would personally be more inclined to leave, for a lot of reasons like having a lot less bureaucracy. … But I am not a British citizen. This is just my opinion.”

Trump blames Obama for Brexit:

Nigel Farage today celebrated ‘a new dawn’ for Britain after his 25-year campaign for the UK to leave the EU came to an extraordinary conclusion. The Ukip leader was in jubilant mood today calling for a new bank holiday in Britain to mark its ‘Independence Day’ from Brussels.

He said today that the next step for Britain is a ‘pro-Brexit’ Prime Minister and after the vote, David Cameron announced he will stand aside in October. After losing the campaign for Britain to remain in the EU, Cameron could now face a snap election which may leave the door open for Farage to finally win a seat in the Commons.

After the result was confirmed this morning, he said: ‘Today, the sun has risen on an independent Britain, and look at it, even the weather has improved.’ He said on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme this morning that the next step is choosing the right leader, and suggested June 23 – ‘independence day’ – should be made a public holiday.

‘Brexit is proof that Trump will be the next president’: ‘Anti-immigration’ message and shift to the Right that led to UK’s seismic break with Europe draws parallels with rise of The Donald

The two most surprising political phenomena of this year have been the rise of Donald Trump and the success of the Leave Europe camp in Britain’s referendum on Brexit.

As Donald Trump flew in to Scotland today after the UK’s seismic break with the European Union, parallels have been drawn with the anti-immigration message that led to Brexit and his rise to presumptive Republican presidential candidate.

Many have pointed out the similarities between Britain’s decision to leave the EU and Trump’s campaign – and believe it is an indication of how Americans will vote on November 8, which could see Trump in the White House.

Brexit: David Cameron resigns as UK votes to leave

The Donald’s arrival in the UK will be seen by many as a meeting of minds – two worlds colliding with shared views including a disgruntled electorate; lost national pride; isolationism; and the issue of immigration.

And today, he promised close ties between the U.S. and UK if he becomes President, saying: ‘A Trump Administration pledges to strengthen our ties with a free and independent Britain, deepening our bonds in commerce, culture and mutual defense’. 

‘Brexit is further proof that Donald J Trump will be the next President of the United States,’ wrote Broderick Greer on Twitter.

Paul Harris added that Americans should learn a lesson from the result in Britain. ‘If you think Trump can’t win you are lazy, complacent and very dangerous,’ he warned.

Arnivan Ghosh said Trump should look for tips from Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party who has spent 20 years campaigning to the country to leave the EU, on how to win with a ‘divisive, anti-immigration’ message.

‘That Nigel dude is British Trump,’ added Wanda Sykes.

Huw James Collins added: ‘The correlation of Trump enthusiasts delighting in the ‘Leave’ victory perfectly illuminates the roots of this debacle.’ Others were concerned that the result will lend credence to Trump’s nationalistic agenda and mean other nations turn to isolationist policies.

‘Deeply concerned that #Brexit will cue other nations to recede into isolationism, and lend credence to #Trump’s nativist agenda,’ wrote Guy Wilson.

Many have warned that this nationalist drive now sets the world stage for a Donald Trump presidency.

In an op-ed for the LA Times, London School of Economics fellow Brian Klaas and Marcel Dirsus, a lecturer at the University of Kiel in Germany, compare Brexit voters to ‘Trump supporters sporting “Make America Great Again” hats’ who ‘believe they have lost too much for too long’.


Barack Hussein Obama

Obama Blames Brexit And Rise Of Donald Trump On ‘Xenophobia And Anti-Immigrant’ Sentiments

‘There’s a xenophobia and anti-immigrant sentiment that’s flashing up not just in Great Britain but throughout Europe that has some parallels with what Donald Trump has been trying to stir up here,’ Obama said in an interview published Tuesday by NPR.




President Barack Obama said Donald Trump is a lifetime member of the “global elite” who is trying to stir up in the U.S. the kind of anti-immigrant sentiment that drove Britain to vote itself out of the European Union.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The people of the UK exercised the power of a democratic society by voting for Brexit in the most stunning display of freedom this world has witnessed since the fall of the Berlin Wall under Ronald Reagan. But according to Obama, that amounts to nothing more than racism and anti-Muslim hatred. He also went on to imply that only racists would ever vote for Donald Trump. Nice to know how hardcore liberal democrats view our Constitutional freedoms, isn’t it? 

“There’s a xenophobia and anti-immigrant sentiment that’s flashing up not just in Great Britain but throughout Europe that has some parallels with what Mr. Trump has been trying to stir up here,” Obama said in an interview published Tuesday by NPR.

The president said that in his campaign for president, the real estate developer has sought to appeal to a sense of fear of newcomers and outsiders. He said the same strategy has been used by far-right leaders in Europe, including Marine Le Pen in France. Trump, he said, “embodies global elites” who are the subject of scorn in populist movements and has taken advantage of that position throughout his life.

President Obama On ‘Brexit’, Trump, and the Politics of Middle-Class Revolt:

After the disastrous smackdown and rejection of his policies that Obama got from the Brexit vote, Obama and the lib spin machine  is operating at full capacity to try and derail the Trump Train. But the American people, just like the UK people, are a whole lot smarter than that. 

“He’s hardly a legitimate spokesperson for a populist surge from working-class people on either side of the Atlantic,” Obama said.

Obama has vowed to campaign vigorously on behalf of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who served as secretary of state in the president’s first term, and he has been stepping up the tempo of his criticism of Trump. He also threw his support behind U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s campaign to persuade Britons to reject withdrawal from the EU.

Trump is seeking to “tap into a fear that people may have about losing control and to offer some sort of big, nostalgic feelings about how we’ll make Britain great again, or we’ll make America great again,” Obama said. “The subtext for that is somehow that a bunch of foreigners and funny-looking people are coming in here and changing the basic character of the nation.”

President Obama Cautions Against ‘Hysteria’ Over ‘Brexit’ Vote:

Visiting Scotland the day after the Brexit vote, Trump compared the unexpected result with the upcoming U.S. election, saying Americans also wanted to take their country back.

“I really see a parallel between what is happening here and in the U.S.” Trump said, standing in front of his Turnberry golf course. In a statement after the vote, Trump said U.S. voters “will have the chance to re-declare their independence” in November.

During his yearlong campaign for the White House, Trump has proposed policies to ban Muslims from entering the U.S., build a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico and impose higher tariffs on countries involved in global trade. He recently has softened some of his stands, including modifying the blanket ban on Muslims to focus on immigrants from countries with links to terrorists and promising his immigration policies would have “heart.” source

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Brussels Policy Chief Says European Union Must Have It’s Own Standing Army

The European Union cannot rely on NATO to protect its member states from external threats and must develop a policy of collective defence that allows it to “act autonomously if and when necessary”




THE European Union cannot rely on NATO to protect its member states from external threats and must develop a policy of collective defence that allows it to “act autonomously if and when necessary”

According to a new foreign policy document from the Brussels-based institution to be handed to EU leaders next week, a “credible European defence” is also essential to preserve good relations with the US.

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini’s Global Strategy document states that “as Europeans we must take greater responsibility for our security”.

EU army plans: Union pushes for new security strategy, European army as option

No surprise here, the new EU army will be formed largely from German and French soldiers. 

The white paper adds: “While NATO exists to defend its members — most of which are European — from external attack, Europeans must be better equipped, trained and organised to contribute decisively to such collective efforts, as well as to act autonomously if and when necessary.

“A more credible European defence is essential also for the sake of a healthy transatlantic partnership with the United States.”

While it stresses that “NATO remains the primary framework for most member states”, it goes on to urge EU members to “channel a sufficient level of expenditure to defence”.

The document will be seized on by Eurosceptics as proof of a plot to set up an EU army – a notion that has been widely dismissed by diplomats in Brussels and London.

The warning of a European army was at the core of the Brexit campaign and became a hot topic with both sides trading blows over the truth of claims Brussels wanted to create a NATO-style organisation.

America subsidises European defence by vastly outspending all other NATO members and the EU believes a stronger continental force would take the pressure off the Pentagon.

But while the latest EU policy document calls for joint working on matters of defence, it stops short of explicitly calling for the creation of an EU army, which would require treaty change. The head of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs, Elmar Brok, has also argued for “more cooperation in the European defence policy”.

Downing Street had previously stated there was “no prospect of an EU army”. However, with Britain out of Europe it will not be able to veto a treaty change on the combined force. source

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POWER TO THE PEOPLE: Brexit Triggers 34 More Anti-EU Referendums Across Europe

It comes after a study suggested Brexit could trigger a tidal wave of up to 34 referendums across Europe on matters ranging from membership to keeping the euro and stopping the influx of refugees.




Britain ‘got the first shot in’ by voting to leave the EU, French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has said amid calls for 34 separate EU referendums across Europe.

EDITOR’S NOTE: 2016 will go down in the record books as the year the people, in nearly every nation in the world, rose up to take the power back from the global elites. Democrats in the United States are terrified that Hillary Clinton will lose the election to Donald Trump, which is why you see the main stream liberal media attacking him 24 hours per day while protecting and promoting Killery. 

The French National Front leader said politicians in her country are ‘afraid of the people’ and vowed to call for a similar vote on EU membership if elected as president next year.

It comes after a study suggested Brexit could trigger a tidal wave of up to 34 referendums across Europe on matters ranging from membership to keeping the euro and stopping the influx of refugees.

A study by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), suggests far-right parties were looking to capitalise on Britain’s vote last week. Speaking to BBC 2’s Newsnight, Le Pen said the Brexit vote was ‘the most important moment since the fall of the Berlin Wall.’

Brexit leader Nigel Farage speaks to the European Parliament:

Listen to the UK’s Donald Trump absolutely rip the global elites to shreds. This is one of the best speeches I have ever heard, totally reminds me of Trump.


Ms Le Pen commended ‘the courage of the British people who didn’t allow themselves to be intimidated by the threats, blackmail, and lies of the European elites’.

‘For four years I’ve been demanding that a referendum be organised in France, to ask the French people what they think of the EU – if they want to leave. The Brits got the first shot in, so to speak.’ She added: ‘I congratulate the leaders of “leave” because they have managed to make themselves heard.

‘European leaders were telling us that it’s impossible to leave the EU. Well Brexit has show us that it is possible to do it.’ ‘If I win the presidential election, there will be a referendum. The question should be asked in every EU country. ‘The majority of politicians in France oppose a referendum. They are afraid of the people.’

Meanwhile, the ECFR report said the fear of Turkey joining the EU and the rise of Islamophobia were among the reasons why support for anti-immigrant and anti-EU parties was on the rise across the continent.

The ECFR’s Mark Leonard, quoted in the Daily Express said: ‘Many of these insurgent parties have views on foreign policy that are closer to President Putin than President Obama.

In December, a month after the Paris attacks, France’s Front National recorded 27 percent of the vote in regional elections and today the FN’s leader, Marine Le Pen called Brexit ‘an extraordinary victory for democracy – a slap for a European system based more and more on fear, blackmail and lies.’

She has already called for ‘Frexit’: ‘As I have been asking for years, we must now have the same referendum in France and (other) EU countries.’

Far-Right Dutch firebrand Geert Wilders has called for a ‘Nexit’ vote in the Netherlands. He has promised to make a referendum vote a priority in next spring’s elections. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban today blamed the EU’s migration policies for the British vote to leave.

He said: ‘If the EU cannot solve the migration situation, then the challenges we experienced now in the case of the United Kingdom will grow.’ Mr Orban has already announced plans for a referendum later this year on refugees.

The question will be: ‘Do you want the EU, even without the approval of Hungarian parliament, to be able to prescribe the mandatory resettlement of non-Hungarian citizens in Hungary?’ Hungary is one of several EU countries which refused to accept the imposition of refugee quotas.

Austria, Germany, Sweden and Denmark have all tightened border controls in response to the arrival of more than a million migrants since last year. Italy’s anti-establishment 5-Star movement, which has been riding high in the polls, has pressed for a referendum on whether to keep the euro.

5-Star has suggested Europe adopt two different currencies, one for richer countries like Germany and another for less developed nations.

The party’s Luigi di Maio said: ‘We want a consultative referendum on the euro. The euro as it is today does not work. We either have alternative currencies or a “euro 2”.’

Mr Leonard said: ‘We can’t dismiss them as fringe parties – they represent a revolution in European foreign policy. Their chosen weapon is using referenda to whip up popular support on their pet issues.

‘Even where they don’t win power directly, they are so politically powerful that they are forcing mainstream parties to adopt their positions.’ source

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