A 27-Year-Old Londoner Explains Their Brexit Vote…

A 27-year old Londoner explains why they voted to exit the European Union, including the backlash and social climate.  The entire article is well worth reading – Excerpt:

brexit 13[…]  I believe the E.U. is a fascist, racist organization, a pro-war alliance and a massive corporate lobby. The EU’s own propaganda spells out its xenophobic worldview very clearly.

The following advert from 2012 shows a white woman dressed similarly to the violent protagonist in Tarantino’s movie, Kill Bill, walking into a deserted warehouse where she is threatened by 3 insulting stereotypes: an Asian martial arts expert, a sword-yielding, flying man in a turban, and a half-naked black man threatening her with his capoeira moves.

She replicates herself all around them so they are surrounded by 12 of her, thus ‘civilising the violent barbarians’ who then sit down to negotiate before they disappear, encircled by the 12 stars of the European Union – watch it here if you don’t believe me:

[…] In my opinion, immigration should occur at a speed that the majority of the existing population, wherever they were originally from, is happy with. Elected governments should be held completely accountable to the people, which can only happen in a sovereign state with a true democracy.

With a truly educated and diverse population that was in control of its own nation, politicians would not get away with murder so easily, and trials could be held to give terroristic governments and war criminals the punishment that would prevent such leaders from ever being elected again. In order for ordinary people rather than multi-national corporations to influence governments, there needs to be democratic accountability and (more importantly) devolution of power and wealth, spread out as locally as possible to protect against corruption.

In other words, self-responsibility and self-governance is needed (the exact opposite of the EU). This would stop the bombs that are leading to the current mass influx of migrants into Europe.

Economically speaking of course, there is enough information online for anyone to see that every country in Europe is being eaten alive.

We cannot keep misinterpreting the cries of suffering people across Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal and the rest, as cries for us to stay in. Hundreds of millions of people in Europe feel under attack and need the EU to end, just as our fellow citizens do.

Of course, those who pull the strings will make austerity far worse as punishment for daring to get out, but don’t forget how dire the situation already was. Those in the mainstream who seek to dismiss the suffering of the English, Greek, or Spanish working classes as far-right bias or provincial ignorance are dangerous people with vested interests in corruption and inequality, whether they have the personal intellect to realise it or not.

For greater economic forecasts and some invaluable insights, go and read or watch anything by the Forecaster (this was the name of the 2014 documentary about his life), Martin Armstrong, whose ability to crack the code of the rigged stock market earned him 11 years in jail without trial in the United States. He is out now and it is worth finding out not only why he views the European Union as a sinking ship, but also how he places Brexit within a wider seismic global shift.  (read full article)

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241 Responses to A 27-Year-Old Londoner Explains Their Brexit Vote…

  1. sundance says:

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    • wheatietoo says:

      What’s funny is that they don’t realize how pathetic that is.

      Liked by 12 people

    • 2x4x8 says:

      when Trump wins, the religious groups that have been assisting to relocate Refugees in the USA for the Fed Gov will be needing ObamaCaree

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      • Janie M. says:

        Take away their tax-exempt status.

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        • 2x4x8 says:

          i was thinking the mega money from the Fed Gov contracts for resettlement

          a group is only as big as its members or bank account

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          • Elizabeth Rider says:

            Yes, the problem isn’t so much tax exempt status for charities as it is government corruption and bribing. And with OUR own money, no less!

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            • Sentient says:

              One of Obama’s most ardent desires – if not THE most – is to eliminate tax deductibility of charitable donations. He’s characterized it as a “subsidy” of right wing causes (even though tax deductibility of charitable donations has “subsidized” his own donations). Hidden into almost every bill he’s ever proposed or championed has been a never-mentioned section that reduces or eliminates tax deductibility of “itemized deductions”. While that would include mortgage interest and state/local taxes, the real target is private charity. The very existence of charitable organizations – even leftist ones – outside of government contravenes Obama’s belief that the government should control everything. That’s why, despite the Obamas’ visible donations, he never helps to raise funds even for liberal causes, thinking, instead, that they should be funded directly by the federal government. We should never lament tax deductibility of charitable donations – even those with which we profoundly disagree – because the alternative is far, far worse: complete control by the federal government.

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              • Aparition42 says:

                Any form of exemption or deduction is nothing but a tool with which the government tries to influence behavior. Removing that tool gives the government less power, not more. Case in point the Lois Lerner scandal where tax exempt status was withheld from the administration’s enemies but granted to their allies. The few honest and good organizations that avail themselves of tax exempt status are nothing but a pittance of compensation for giving the federal government the authority to pick and choose what is or isn’t “charity”. The should have no authority to convey moral judgments on individual spending or giving.

                As it stands, when they want solar panels to sell, they offer a deduction for buying panels, when they want travel restricted, they reduce deductions for mileage. They pick and choose what behaviors they want the populace to follow and they write the tax law accordingly.

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                • Re: govt control and tax deductions. An excellent rule of thumb learned from my brilliant DDH: “Never make a financial move based on tax considerations.” This includes mortgage interest, energy credits, even subsidies to plant trees.
                  As he said about refusing the treeplanting subsidy: “when it’s time to harvest the trees, the govt will be there to tell you whether you can do it. So, no.”

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            • Josh says:

              YES to 2x4x8 and ER!

              The tax exempt status for charities and churches should not be taken away. The entire tax code needs to be restructured. It should not be fixed via piece-meal. Not by band-aids but by a full-blown operation.

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        • smarty says:

          Cut off the w billion a year in grants from ORR. that industry will shrivel up and die. Undo the Refugee Act of 1980, go back to quota system.
          Hope Trump sticks to his word with this.

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          • Josh says:

            Were he to eliminate all grants would be fantastic. Let capitalism work without government interference.

            “Undo the Refugee Act of 1980, go back to quota system.” Totally YES to this!

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        • MTeresa says:

          You know, for a long time, I was really against that. But now, I think it’s not only a sound idea, I think we should have started it yesterday.

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          • Tonawanda says:

            Tax exempt has long since come to mean leftist. Why should Columbia University own a quarter of Manhattan and pay no taxes?

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            • MTeresa says:

              Tonawanda, I’m a lifelong practicing Catholic who has become so disillusioned with those in power. The Church has really lost it’s way. I’ll never give up my faith, but I find myself distancing myself emotionally and financially from the structure of the Catholic Church. The corruption is rotting from the inside out. I beginning to believe that getting rid of the tax exempt status is the only way they can find their way back.

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              • TPW says:

                MTeresa…..you are not alone in your thoughts….raised Catholic ……my awakening came from reading the Bible……which does not always jive with Catholic teachings or other religions for that matter. This Pope is very troubling to me……but I have to admit that in the past I was not that interested in paying attention to the Popes proclamations

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              • Tonawanda says:

                I have a very good friend who did Catholic missionary work, loves Mass and communion, very much feels the presence of God.

                My friend also was a prosecutor who handled numerous cases involving the Church, I mean many. Usually the cases involved theft/embezzlement.

                My friend had to deal with the Church and their lawyers often, and became deeply troubled/disgusted with the corruption/rotteness.

                I admire, even revere, the goodness of the Catholic Church throughout the centuries, and the astounding goodness of Catholic nuns especially but also priests and countless lay Catholics who lived their faith so beautifully and heroically, even just as mothers and fathers.

                But the institution is corrupt and rotten, and the tax exemption is a reward for corruption and rottenness, just as it is for many, many leftist organizations.

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                • MTeresa says:

                  Thank you for acknowledging the good that most priests, nuns, and lay people within the church do on a daily basis.

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                • MTeresa: You said, “…I find myself distancing myself emotionally and financially from the structure of the Catholic Church. The corruption is rotting from the inside out. ”
                  The same thing happened to me 20 years ago.
                  Then, 10 years ago, I found myself drawn to Judaism. Now I am a Jew and I’m finally happy. No human institutions are perfect, but the Jewish religious structure is as close as you can get. No Pope. No ruling class. Much tolerance of differing views within the Tribe, fostered by a giant sense of humor, used to soften every disagreement.

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              • Aparition42 says:

                There is a world of difference between religion and faith. Churches of every denomination have fallen prey to the trap of practicing religion without having faith. That’s the very thing Jesus derided the Pharisees and Sadducees for so it’s certainly nothing new. It is very easy for a church of any religion to become an empty castle. When the people that run a church begin to have influence over a large group of people, there is a very strong temptation of confuse your own will with the will of God.

                Power corrupts in the church just as much as it does in the government. Even more so when the government and the church become involved. I think tax exemption is just such an involvement. Obviously you can’t just let anyone who wants declare themselves a church, or who would bother paying taxes, right? That means the federal government must have the authority to decide what is or isn’t a “real church”.

                Better to have no benefits, then to have benefits that require the government to wield such power.

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              • Jenny R. says:

                The Church has lost its way? Have the sacraments changed? Does it serve a different god instead of the One now?
                No, they have not, so the Church has not lost it’s way. This is perhaps a difficult time for the Church, and there may be many in it who are not so good (or perhaps one is considering the protestant option because the Church isn’t going the way one wants???)….but the Church has not lost its way.
                Because the Church is something more than the people in it…and a lifelong practicing Catholic should know that. I mean: I’m a horrifically lapsed and debauched one who has not practiced as much as I probably should and even I know that the Church is more than the people in it…and has not changed in any fundamental way.
                Are you sure you are Catholic?

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                • Jenny – you are lapsed. I can tell you that from my perspective, the closer you are to the structure of the Church, the more you see, unless you are willfully blind. My dear, you aren’t missing much. The Church started to go astray when TPTB dropped Latin. The Catholic Church is no longer catholic, IMHO.

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            • Deb says:

              It goes both ways, if you want separation of church and state the churches must have tax exempt status. Not just to keep the govt out of the churches, but to keep the churches out of the govt. Churches won’t be the only ones to try and influence govt if they have to pay taxes, every other type of “house of worship” will follow.

              An example of governmental control over church finances and its consequences can be seen in Germany. There you must register with the government as a Catholic and pay the “church tax,” which the government then distributes to the church. The result is a church with leadership that has become so greedy and corrupt, they willingly push the modernist agenda contrary to the Church’s actual teachings in order to keep the money flowing. The government control of the funds buys influence, and the leftists both inside and outside the church use this to their advantage.

              Separation of church and state is crucial. Just end the money flow, no more govt grants to private charities. Let the money dry up, and the need the churches have to please the govt will evaporate.

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              • Sentient says:

                ^this

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                • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

                  In the same way, not a penny of local (city, county, or state) tax money should go to the DC Fed Gov for redistribution.

                  The states should only send what tax funds are needed for the military, defense, and a very few other Fed Gov functions clearly outlined in the Constitution. Sort of like “Sorry son, you get zero allowance this week because you broke your word – not only not doing your chores, but stealing money from your sister also.”

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              • Tonawanda says:

                Well said. This is a discussion which needs to happen.

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              • Josh says:

                “…if you want separation of church and state…”
                “Separation of church and state is crucial.”

                What I want is what the Founding Fathers wanted. I do not want The State to impose a religion on me. That their documents were based on Judaeo-Christian principles is what has made The United States of America the greatest nation on the planet. I want G-d put back into everything!

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              • Jett Black says:

                No, we do not want “separation” of church and state. What we want is no involvement whatsoever by goobermint in anything to do with religion–no exemptions, no special taxes, no subsidies, no restrictions, nothing, nada, nichs. Government shall make no law regarding the establishment of religion. That’s what the Constitution says. Nothing else, nothing about “separation.”

                The Constitution does not prohibit public prayer, using the Bible in public ceremonies, etc. The people, in their local gatherings and as individuals get to choose how, when, where, with whom and how much they practice or are involved in religion. Everything about the “separation of church and state” effectively turns “make no law regarding the establishment of religion” on its head.

                Stop the madness, people! Stick to the Constitution! It could hardly be clearer!

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            • Josh says:

              California is taking away the tax-exempt status of Christian schools so yeah, tax exempt has come to mean leftist.

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          • Jenny R. says:

            So you would have churches pay the jizya to the state and be beholden to the state? We have already seen how the state can send their tax collectors to harass citizens for wrong thoughts….you would unleash that on the churches, who would assuredly be pressured to preach “right thoughts”.

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      • Daniel says:

        These are fake religious groups mostly — purely opportunistic and profit-seeking. Does anyone believe Obama would support real Christian faith activities? Among the groups I had read about, these organizations were set up just before or right at the time these contracts were being put out for bid. Coincidence or just co-insider incidents?

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        • boutis says:

          They are frequently also denominations who have lost most of their members, do not need members if they have federal tax dollars, and have morphed from being spiritual organizations to social welfare zombie NGO’s. If a religion or denomination looses most of their members maybe they should not be a denomination or religious organization any longer like a business who looses all their customers.

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        • I believe that Catholic Charities is the only resettlement charity that is actually church involved and if I were Catholic it would make me angry. It’s part of their involvement with Liberation Theology.
          I think the other “charities” we’re set up by friends of Obama to fool the people into thinking the churches are sponsoring these refugees and the friends can make big profits by swarming the country with Muslims. Notice none of these charities gives a whit for any Christian refugees, who are actually the ones in desperate need of help. Even the Pope didn’t lift a finger for one single Christian,

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          • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

            Touche!
            RE: “I think the other “charities” we’re set up by friends of Obama to fool the people into thinking the churches are sponsoring these refugees and the friends can make big profits by swarming the country with Muslims. Notice none of these charities gives a whit for any Christian refugees, who are actually the ones in desperate need of help.”

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          • Daniel says:

            The VERY odd and non-traditional way one Pope was replaced with another speaks of a massive taking of control over the Catholic organization. This was a seizure of power, not a ‘transition.’ The bizarre directions and opinions from this new “pope” only serves to demonstrate the reasons why this new pope was put into place.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Most of those “religious” groups have little to no connection with the religions they are using the name of.

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      • mimbler says:

        This is one of Obama’s best scams. These people aren’t acting as religious groups, they are government contractors being paid prevailing rates for their services. The admin just contracts to religious organizations to give the appearance of grassroots support,
        Mike

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      • yy4u says:

        2x4x8 — Many years ago I read a book entitled “First They Killed My Father”. It depicted the absolute horrors suffered by the people of Cambodia under Pol Pot. It was chilling to read. The writer finally managed to get to America by convincing a group of Christian missionaries that she had converted. She hadn’t. She was only trying to escape the hell hole of Cambodia. I related to the writer all through the book. What happened to her was truly horrible. She lost everything. She took advantage of the gullible Christian missionaries to survive (which I also understand) but I felt the least she cold have done was to actually convert. She didn’t. The Asian religions are generally peaceful and are not into conquest, but what if Muslims are doing the same thing. Lying about converting until they can get here, then (as she did) go on with their true beliefs which include slaughter and conquest?

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        • Sentient says:

          That’s why people should be more understanding of the often-exaggerated Spanish Inquisition. Protestants use it to bash the Catholics, but Holland was never ruled by Muslims. Spain was. It took 800 years to be rid of those f*ckers.

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        • 1stgoblyn says:

          There is no need for moslems to lie about converting. Our gov’t is welcoming them with open arms. In fact, they are being placed in positions of power in every agency; thank you Imam Soetoro.

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          • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

            But they are pushing the LIE that their religion is just like Christianity.
            I’ve personally sat next to people pulling that exact con.
            Look at the mega-churches push of “Chrislam.”

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    • The Boss says:

      The NHS is a Charlie-foxtrot of the highest order. Remember how the NHS was one of the opening acts for the London Olympics? Epic, idiotic propaganda. I doubt Her Majesty was impressed. That said, I’d like to run around the UK with a bucket of sidewalk chalk, just to add to the stress of the poor Remain buttercups.

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      • Bringing The Chalkening to Britain, are we? 😀

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      • yy4u says:

        The NHS is EXCELLENT so long as you don’t get sick. Most people don’t understand that. The first time I ever heard of Ben Carson was a story about a British boy who had a brain tumor. Because the tumor was malignant, they were unwilling to do anything further. Essentially they sent him home to die. Carson said if the family could get him here, he’d do the surgery gratis and Hopkins (where he was chief of neurosurgery) would forgive the hospital bill. The family accepted donations — don’t think the airlines gave him free flight but don’t know for sure — and the boy had his surgery. Whether he survived long term, I don’t know. At the time I wondered who this Ben Carson was. (Now I know).

        Another example is Liam Neeson’s wife who suffered a subdural hematoma while skiing in Canada. She got “free” health care but since the hospital they took her to the dx was missed and she ultimately was transferred to NY I believe where it was too late to save her. All the money in the world doesn’t protect from socialized medicine if you can’t escape it.

        There are arguments for socialized medicine such as the NHS and the Canadian system, but the people have to understand that when something goes really, really wrong, like brain cancer in the kid’s case — the system cannot waste resources on you, and in Mrs. Neeson’s case, the system can’t afford to put an MRI in every hospital. (At the time she died, I believe there were more MRIs in one of America’s mid size cities than there were in all of Canada).

        I suspect a homeless man in NYC had he fallen on his head and been taken to Bellvue would have had an MRI, the subdural hematoma seen and evacuated, and he’d be back on the streets. Ms. Neeson, a wealthy movie star in her own right, was not so lucky.

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    • sevenwheel says:

      “People upset by a referendum result should not be offered a free counselling service when there are people with genuine mental health care needs who are on a waiting list for treatment”

      This is pretty much my position. Socialism in a nutshell. The public is waiting for rationed mental health treatment, while the government insiders get to go to the head of the line to have their hurt feelings “treated.”

      I don’t think the NHS has any idea just how bad this looks. Since they have no idea, they don’t care.

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      • Elizabeth Rider says:

        They wouldn’t care anyway, even if they did.

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      • boutis says:

        They are in real pain due to the loss of their virtue signaling dopamine rushes. They get a little high from being “goodies” on Twitter and actually doing nothing or getting other people to pay for it. They are loosing “social status”, condescension rights, and the horror of not being in the majority.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

          RE: “They are in real pain due to the loss of their virtue signaling dopamine rushes.”

          That is proven fact.

          If they got to “virtue signal” it means they have NO virtue, no morals, and no ethics – just total bums.

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      • Paco Loco says:

        NHS counciling Remain voters show that socialism is in fact a psychological illness that requires treatment.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        THIS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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    • waynestrick says:

      I wanted to take advantage of this, but all of my diapers were unclean and my pacifiers were filthy.

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  2. deh3k says:

    I watched the commercial. You have to watch it to believe it. How did all of this happen without our understanding what was going on? Thank you Conservative Treehouse

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    • wheatietoo says:

      First came ‘Political Correctness’…it was sold to us a “being polite”.

      Then came ‘Multiculturalism’ and the narrative of how “diversity is good”.

      But multiculturalism is a leftist construct designed to destroy the culture of any Western country that is foolish enough to adopt it.
      And “celebrating diversity” is suicide to any country, because it encourages division and discord.

      Because of political correctness, we are not supposed to voice any common sense opposition to multiculturalism or ‘celebrating diversity’.

      See how that worked out?
      This is how it happened.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        And government agencies spend millions of dollars (in wasted productive staff hours and office supplies) forcing their employees to perform “diversity” projects. Believe me, I know. Only thing these projects fostered was low morale upon the already disgusted employees.

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        • Mikayla825 says:

          Government agencies are not the only entities that wasted monies, in the over twenty years of retail, “Celebrating Diversity” and “Re-branding” workshops were huge time wasters. Five years and another company later, the people that lost jobs for wasting money at the first place were appearing at the second retailer I worked for. At least I knew all of the talking points and had a leg up on most of my peers. The first company has been plagued with problems with their image and brand in recent years. I bet you can guess the first company with this hint, think bullseye wink

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      • whuptdue says:

        The Coudenhove Kalergi Plan is celebrated as the Charlemagne Prize in the European Union. The recipients of the Charlemagne Prize read as the active orchestrators and henchmen for carrying out Europe’s complete racial annihilation. This plan calls for the elimination of individual European cultures through multiculturalism.

        A little history…Count Richard Nicolaus von Coudenhove-Kalergi (1894-1972) was foremost a misanthrope and the founder of the Pan-European Movement (1923). Coudenhove-Kalergi was the pioneer of European integration and popularized the idea of a “federal” Europe and eliminating nationalities; the precursor of today’s European Union. For reaching this aim, Coudenhove-Kalergi believed that the Europeans needed to be encouraged to “intermix and cross-breed with Negroes and Asians” that would be brought in to Europe through a mass immigration policy. From these “crossbreeds”, Mr. Coudenhove-Kalergi was awaiting a lower human race which could be governed more easily and would be without character.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        ALWAYS enjoy your insights, Wheatie!

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      • 18CatsInOH says:

        I never bought into any of it. Ever. I saw from Day 1 how bad and wrong it was. Was I the only bright person on the planet? No. But our voices were ignored, pilloried or litigated against. That’s how they conquered us. But blind stupidity and craven pandering is waking up now. Americans are picking their heritage up again and fighting back. Finally. Looks like parts of the rest of the world might be joining the fight as well.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      It did happen, and people were aware of it — it’s just that now one could watch it on a new, bigger tv whilst having fun, fun, fun. And while the kids were all right running around the neighborhood.
      I’ve said before that Christianity has been a godsend for Europe (and other parts) and I meant it…the yoga symbolism in that video did not slip past me.

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    • wtd says:

      There were/are several online voices who were challenged as xenophobic, islamophobic, racist bigots for years, such as GatesofVienna.net, VladTepesblog.com, Fjordman etc.

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  3. wheatietoo says:

    That video is an example of the propaganda that has been used to ‘sell’ people on the idea of the EU.

    But like all propaganda…the facts don’t support it.

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    • 2x4x8 says:

      thats right, the kid still uses Globalist PC code words “fascist, racist, xenophobia”, the EU can’t possibly be it, they, like Obama, is whose hand controls the border gate, and it is either open to illegal aliens or closed

      reminds me of all the GOPe that call themselves “conservative”, like McCain and Rubio, and are part of the comprehensive immigration reform, gang of 8

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  4. rajabear1 says:

    Thank you, SD. I have a coworker/friend that is a great woman, born an raised in China and a father who was a 4 star general in the Chinese military,
    She fights the good fight on Chinese forums explaining why Mr Trump is the only hope to save her country (America now) with people who have moved here, but never assimilated
    She will be very grateful to read this article and know she’s not alone with her native people.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Has Obama removed the loyalty oath from citizenship requirements?

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      • For all refugees, or just the ones from the Middle East?

        If it’s just the one form the Mid- oh, never mind. Either way, if he truly has done this, he’s playing along with Islam, which prohibits members from swearing allegiance to anything other than Islam.

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      • tellthetruth2016 says:

        Dear Lord, TRUMP can’t get in fast enough for me…….. May BHO and Lyin Ryan both rot in HELL for what they have done to America…… I hope TRUMP drops them both right in the middle of ISIS, because that’s WHO they Are………

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  5. stella says:

    The person who wrote this essay sounds like a Bernie supporter – i.e. Communist Socialist. “Spread the wealth around”:

    In order for ordinary people rather than multi-national corporations to influence governments, there needs to be democratic accountability and (more importantly) devolution of power and wealth, spread out as locally as possible to protect against corruption.

    While much of what is said is correct, I don’t believe that the solutions he/she has in mind are something I would support either, and the resentment against the United States is obvious.

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    • stella says:

      To clarify, I believe in spreading out political power (strengthening state’s rights and local government power in our country), but I don’t think the role of government should be concerned with wealth redistribution via taxation or any other means.

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      • Southern Son says:

        Yep!!
        everything Stella said…

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      • Our Constitution, original or course, clearly delineates the only reason for a “federal” government to exist and now, it has nothing to do with “wealth redistribution”. It has everything to do with protecting our borders and soil and that’s about it. If we are to be “taxed” on the federal level congress should be telling us exactly why, how much and for how long each and every year… But, that could lead to the one term situation we actually need, eh? Realizing this simple truth makes Trumps declaration of economic independence speech even more meaningful. NOT in dependence…

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      • MVW says:

        Successful economic systems are about production, socialism is about distribution. Producers distribute vs consumers distribute.

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      • rashamon says:

        You make an important point, stella: Bring political power back to the smallest, most local level possible to handle whatever problem is being addressed. This overwhelming umbrella in D.C., not to mention Brussels, only works for those who govern, not for those who are being governed.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

          That’s what the founders believed in – small small small.

          Small Government is GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • carole says:

      I interpreted that statement, ‘spread out as locally as possible’ to mean the same thing Margaret Thatcher was trying to do with the ‘community charge’ wherein individuals at the local level of government would be equally financially ‘invested’ and responsible for that government. She felt it would give power to all the people and hold local governments accountable and hence all government accountable from the grass roots on up.

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      • stella says:

        Thanks, carole.

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      • Southern Son says:

        Yep!!
        everything Carole said…

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      • stella says:

        After reading up on community charge, my question is, ‘Why was it necessary for what we would call Federal government to decide what/how local government should tax its citizens?

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      • thurmrob says:

        One of the single biggest movements to reduce Federal authority is to move the Federal lands back to State ownership. I have spent most of my life surveying BLM or USFS lands and the actual ownership of those lands resides with the people and the state in which they are located.
        At the start of our country before the Tax act the main source of revenue was the selling of land to fund different Federal schemes. The early military roads and railroads were paid for by giving adjacent land to the contractors as the government really had no money.
        The land was supposed to be sold to the citizens with the proceeds going to the state except for a few sections set aside for Fed use and the schools.
        When the Tax act was passed the land under Federal management should have went to the States as they no longer needed it for funding the government.
        The BLM published a book that explains the history of the Survey system and why it was done. It is worth a read if you are curious how the government ended up with all this land.

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        • Most of the public land is now in the Western US, so Easterners have no clue about what has happened and is happening. They just hear idiots in Congress yelling re: selling public lands or returning them to the States, “Over my dead body! That is PUBLIC land. It is OUR land. I will never allow it to be sold to greedy developers (or other current bogeymen).”
          The State govt of Utah, of all places, is currently trying to get control of their public lands back from the feds. Those lands contain valuable minerals and were intended to be used to fund public schools in the state. Does anyone remember the virtue-singalling crowing over the “protection” of the Escalante/Grand Staircase? A total robbery. A ripoff.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Agree with Stella. We forget that they are still “democratic socialists.” The decrying of owning property pretty much tipped the writer’s hand. Much like the Bernie people, they have diagnosed the problem correctly (not being democratic), but their solution is incorrect (socialist).

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      • Elizabeth Rider says:

        Used to be a popular saying; ‘If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem’. This kid is about half right; but that’s still half wrong.
        PS- I wonder why those who watched the commercial thought it ‘racist’. Why is it only racist when whites worry about losing ground to other races, Americans worry about losing our culture to invading foreigners, etc.? Isn’t this what the left decries the first European settlers for doing when they got here? Isn’t that the excuse they give for the malevolent behavior of SOME of the Indians? Oh, wait, those were WHITE people, so no big. Go ahead, and rape, murder, scalp away.

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        • rattlerjake says:

          It is interesting that asian, muslime, and african governments are guilty of EXACTLY the same thing in their countries. They limit white immigration, and limit the rights of whites/Christians, yet that is not considered Xenophobic, discriminatory, or racist!

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    • LULU says:

      Stella said it better, but this person sounds to much like the 99%ers to me.

      Spare me the zealots.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      I think one way to consider this wealth distribution is to see wealth not accumulated in large corporations and multi-nationals (and the primary stock and bond holders, who are usually quite wealthy — think Romney), rather more money/capital being held by individual citizens and communities; for example: more small, local businesses, their owners and employees. Also, to see a de-rigged and transparent a stock/bond market as is humanly possible to achieve, for as it is now it is entirely too easy for a small handful of incredibly wealthy handful of people to manipulate it (think Soros).
      This would be a very good way to redistribute wealth as well as a remedy for much that ails the world right now.

      That in and of itself would not do away with the very wealthy, but they were perhaps have less clout than they do now…likely a good thing.

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  6. mobiuswolf says:

    I’ll second the plug for Martin Armstrong. The man calls everything.
    https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/

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  7. General P. Malaise says:

    that is incredibly stupid. they openly show how they are inviting violent outsiders into the EU. what else could a think person take from that advertisement?

    like talking to a violent person ever accomplished anything.

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    • cohibadad says:

      They end it with, “The more we are, the stronger we are,” which I think includes numbers of people, i.e immigration, and numbers of member nations, i.e Turkey, etc. etc. etc. Those violent outsiders are supposed to make the EU nations safer. Hillary and Obama say the same thing, don’t make the Muslims angry because they are making us safer. They are delusional.

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  8. Angry Dumbo says:

    Absolutely love how this 27 year old kid writes. Yes, its about self governance. What I don’t understand it why Americans have forsaken self governance, too.

    Obamexit is coming.

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    • The US Government is following the same recipe as the EU when it comes to handouts in order to get their way. For example, Scotland wants to now separate once again from the UK so they can stay in the EU because many in Scotland are receiving support from the EU. There is great concern on what many will do once the UK exits.

      Many in the USA support whatever government will give them ‘stuff.’ They do not care what they need to sign away in terms of freedom or individuality as long as the free stuff keeps coming. This is how the Demonrats stay in power and Bernie in particular. Look at the mountain of support he massed promising ‘free’ everything. Disgusting….

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    • Jett Black says:

      Obamexit–is that sending <0bummer to Mexico? If so, I like it.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

      Obamaexit is coming with the TRUMP-IT!

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  9. digleigh says:

    Bravo!! Young man! This gives me hope for our future generations for those young people who study and think instead of being mired in the consensus-building, cognitive dissonance pools of safe space pre-programmed team-building!!

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  10. Paul B. says:

    That EU clip was pure evil fantasy propaganda.

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  11. Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

    Well that EU video game trailer doesn’t look like a very fun game.

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  12. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    The only reason to have immigration is because you need more people to work at building your country: however if those you bring in do not have the same values that exist in that country then the form of government MUST change to accommodate them if they become a large percentage of that country.

    This principle was explained by a French philosopher Montesquieu in his 1748 book Spirit of the laws. The only way to prevent this is to only bring in emigrants at a rate that allows them in assimilate into the existing culture. The EU and America are allowing them in at a rate faster then they can be assimilated which is what the political class wants for that allows them to change the form of government which was the reason they are bringing in so many. This has nothing to do with race it is based on the culture of the emigrants e.g. if we replaced all the Anglo Saxon Americans with Hispanics from South America than the government would have to be changed to that of what is in those countries. This must be true because that is what those people are use to.

    Whether this is good or bad is not relevant it is only what will happen since that is what those people are use to in they are not assimilated.

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    • Sandra says:

      The US allowed waves of immigrants to enter in prior eras. How did that all work out? I think the #1 difference is welfare. In the prior eras, immigrants entered and they immediately had to fend for themselves. They relied on their neighbors for help while they started working and settled into their new environments. Now immigrants enter and expect a welcome mat and years of freebies.

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      • Elizabeth Rider says:

        There are also the bilingual instructions on everything, including in school teaching that helps insure they won’t ever completely assimilate, the lack of any real, accurate American history or civics being taught anybody in public schools today, much less ‘immigrants’ in spanish only classes, and government tax breaks and special rules that favor people who were not born here both in job hiring and admission to schools.

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      • Remember about 6 months ago that ‘refugee’ on the national news complaining about the horrible treatment he was getting compared to the ‘refugee’ neighbor in the free housing complex getting free food, phones, cable, internet, pool, furniture, AC, etc. etc…? Why his neighbor had a ‘bigger’ big screen TV than he had and he wanted a bigger one!

        My Great Grandparents on both sides of my family immigrated to this Country to MAKE something for themselves. On my Dad’s side blacksmith and my Mom’s side factory workers. From family stories they did not make too much for themselves but they invested in their kids and toiled for them.

        This latest group seems like they would push their 4 year old down and steal the remote control so THEY can command what is shown on TV.

        Of course part of the issue is that there are no more blacksmith jobs and very few factory jobs to be had anymore. You have to immigrate to Vietnam if you want that sort of work…

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      • Thomas Sowell wrote a very insightful book called, Ethnic America: A History in 1963. He traced the history of 9 American ethnic groups – the Irish, Germans, Jews, Italians, Chinese, African-Americans, Puerto Ricans and Mexicans. What he outlines is what you are saying. The earlier groups learned to fend for themselves and eventually became prosperous while the latter groups relied on government to survive creating a whole class of government dependent people.

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    • joshua says:

      If we are going to bring in people to do the work in the USA…we might as well discontinue free public education and only bring in Pre Educated people…think of all the money the Taxpayers would save not having to educate kids for 12 years…just let the other countries “educate” our workforce……What could go wrong??

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  13. Sandra says:

    That commercial is bizarre. The yellow jumpsuit is remarkably similar to Uma Thurman’s in Kill Bill. And the three foreign men are like characters from a video game. Did 24 year old men develop this ad? Or is the target 24 year old men? I can’t see how it would appeal to anyone else.

    I also find the message rather hypocritical, they portray the three foreign men as evil and dangerous, and yet the EU rolls out the welcome mat to immigrants from those countries. So which is it? They’re evil and should be feared? Or they are friendly multi-culti lovemongers to be welcomed and accepted?

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    • Josh says:

      Good post. Totally agree.

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    • Actually, if you think about it a bit differently, the woman represents ‘a country’ in Europe that is weak in its femininity against the nasty barbarians of the world and the twelve duplicates are other European weak feminine countries that then band together under the EU. So, together they can fend off the onslaught of either threats of war or trade issues with other barbarian countries represented by the three attackers…Africa, Middle East, and Asia.

      So the banded together feminine EU can now prosper with World Dominance over other barbaric nations from all points of the globe.

      Kinda sorta fits in with the PC culture here in the USA right now. Weak and pathetic all by ourselves under the PC culture fostered by Obama and Clnton and we just have to form an alliance with Mexico and Canada to fend off the conquering hoards of barbarian countries…the North American Union of Goldman-Sachs and Heidi Cruz…

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      • Malatrope says:

        Remember the origination of the word “fascist”: a fasces is a bundle of sticks that the Romans used to symbolized that “together we are strong, individually we are weak”. One of the things I’ve always found fascinating is that, whether or not you consider Lincoln to have been a fascist, his memorial in Washington DC has fasces under each hand.

        Of course, the concept isn’t a truism. A team is weak or strong depending on the skill of the leader or the efficiency of the ideology it embraces. Think Charlie’s Angels vs. The Three Stooges.

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        • Josh says:

          faggot
          1. a bundle of sticks, twigs, or branches bound together and used as fuel, a fascine, a torch, etc.

          a bundle; bunch.
          a bundle of pieces of iron or steel to be welded, hammered, or rolled together at high temperature.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        and the barbarians are civilized by the all encompassing EU feminine yogic “ohm” yang…yes, there is a lot of sexual and racial innuendo in this ad; lots of occultic weirdness too
        Just what the movers and shakers want.

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    • Texian says:

      Look at about the one minute mark and on, see the ghostly image just above center, the cloaked figure is gesturing towards the “sultan” with the number “1” by it, subliminal gaslighting. The shadow of their “chosen” sultan is a horse (trojan horse?), the one on the left the Prussian Eagle (Germany), the one at the bottom a gallic rooster (France). As they disappear (sovereignty lost) then the first star appears. Or is all that by coincidence.. yeah right.. advertisers have been using subliminal technique and symbolism for decades.

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    • The ad was done by the same types who did the ObamaCare ads. I assume the OCare ads were as asinine in your state as they were in mine? One ad had “pets” urging their owners to sign up for OCare and addressed their “owners” as “Hey, People!”
      That ad has been playing on the radio (I don’t have TV so can’t vouch for that), even though the state OCare website is a total failure and the subject of multimillion $$$ litigation with the web developer – Oracle.
      It would be funny, if it weren’t so stupid.

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  14. That commercial , reminds Me of the scene right out of the Good the Bad and the Ugly the Music is almost a Dead Ringer.. the ONLY thing missing that Should of been included is the Woman WITH a GUN killing all three! XD 😉

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  15. MTeresa says:

    “In fact, I would argue that the EU seeks to reduce all complex national cultures to meaningless characteristics because its goal is to erase culture in every country and superimpose a vague ‘European identity’. Without an intergenerational sense of culture and belonging, people are easier to manipulate because they look to their leaders – whoever they may be – for guidance, rather than to each other.”

    Am I the only one who finds this disgustingly evil? I’m so glad this young person wrote this. The MSM is full of stories of young (idiots) Brits who didn’t know what they were voting for. Once again, the media cannot AT ALL be trusted.

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  16. Pam says:

    This young man proves that the entire millennial generation isn’t totally incapable to think for themselves by being able to choose freedom over enslavement. It’s an excellent article.

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    • The Boss says:

      She is an outlier. I just hope there are more like her to persuade the others to take another look at their futures. It’s a tough sell getting young adults to admit they’ve been had. It gets tougher, the older the adult becomes.

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  17. Josh says:

    The commercial (video above) is an insult to the intelligence of anyone. Were I a Brit, that commercial alone would have convinced me to vote EXIT/LEAVE. That’s how insulting I find that commercial. I liken it to the COEXIST bumper stickers.

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  18. Robert Wade says:

    Fantastic article from this 27 year old! Awesome must read… http://brexitnotracist.com/

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  19. boutis says:

    The EU is really a pyramid scheme. It will fall apart when the money stops coming in to pay off the stooges. It is imploding just like Bernie Madoff. The UK just jumped first and saved itself a lot of money and took their losses up front which is always smartest.

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    • MVW says:

      The US has been subsidizing EU socialism for so long, the myth of the success of EU socialism is now believed. Won’t take long for Trump to pull the plug on that. Socialism, the biggest scam ever, besides Mohammed’s Islam is a religion of ‘peace.’ Another Monty Python skit ready to make.

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  20. Josh says:

    “In my opinion, immigration should occur at a speed that the majority of the existing population, wherever they were originally from, is happy with.” I’m not sure I understand this sentence but immigration should occur within the bounds of the law and the law should be based on the will and concerns and votes of the citizens of the area.

    “Elected governments should be held completely accountable to the people, which can only happen in a sovereign state with a true democracy.” True but the government will only be accountable IF the citizens hold them in check. When the citizens become complacent then any government is bound to run amuck.

    “With a truly educated and diverse population that was in control of its own nation, politicians would not get away with murder so easily, and trials could be held to give terroristic governments and war criminals the punishment that would prevent such leaders from ever being elected again.” Diversity has nothing to do with it. Education has all to do with it. It’s the reason I keep screaming for the enforcement of the Tenth Amendment and to get the federal government out of the education system. The people of the nations have been dumbed-down for a reason. The dumbing-down ain’t just happening in America.

    “In order for ordinary people rather than multi-national corporations to influence governments, there needs to be democratic accountability and (more importantly) devolution of power and wealth, spread out as locally as possible to protect against corruption.” “ordinary people” – what IS an “ordinary” person? In order for this sentence to occur, the people MUST get involved. Their complacency will bring about their demise and the demise of their loved ones.

    “In other words, self-responsibility and self-governance is needed (the exact opposite of the EU).” Individual “responsibility and self-governance” as well as a strong will and action – yes to this.

    “In other words, self-responsibility and self-governance is needed (the exact opposite of the EU). This would stop the bombs that are leading to the current mass influx of migrants into Europe.” Keeping one’s “self” responsible and governed is great but it’s not going to “stop the bombs” It is the keeping of one’s elected officials (those who create the laws and the problems) in check that is necessary.

    “This would stop the bombs that are leading to the current mass influx of migrants into Europe.” It is not “bombs” that are “leading to the current mass influx of migrants into Europe.” Were there no bombs the influx would still occur. The “bombs” are simply an excuse, a reason, for the masses to believe that the invasion is necessary.

    “Those in the mainstream who seek to dismiss the suffering … are dangerous people with vested interests in corruption and inequality, whether they have the personal intellect to realise it or not.” Make no mistake. They realize what they are doing. What the citizens must understand is that they, each and every one of them, are deemed expendable to those that wish to dismiss their suffering.

    “This mammoth project has not been bolstered out of the goodness of the Eurocrats’ hearts to protect your workers’ rights or take humanity to the stars. The truth is that most of you live the lives of slaves compared to how your lives should be: there are no real workers’ rights and metrics have shown that we should all be working fewer days by now and earning much more for our time.” I like these two sentences 🙂

    I’m glad this person took the time to write this. That some of the writer’s colleagues had to take him/her “aside to confide” and “summon the courage” to ask/tell is troubling. That LEAVE won should tell those that voted LEAVE that it’s okay to hold their heads up. Do not slink away from The Truth – hold the flag of Truth high and proud.

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  21. Jill says:

    This headline says exactly what they think of us:

    It’s Time for the Elites to Rise Up Against the Ignorant Masses

    http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/06/28/its-time-for-the-elites-to-rise-up-against-ignorant-masses-trump-2016-brexit/

    Excellent discussion on the world order:

    Neoliberalism and the New World Order

    http://gunsandbutter.org/blog/2016/06/22/neoliberalism-and-the-new-world-order

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  22. Brenda Copely says:

    The campaign ad developers for Trump should create an ad that casts Trump as the woman duplicating herself and Hilary and Elizabeth Warren and two other contentious Democrat personalities the invaders that lay down their weapons because Trump is duplicated by all of his supporters with the final statement the only words spoken by Trump.

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  23. Citizen Kane says:

    That young Londoner; misreads the EU commercial. The ad was aimed at the Leave voters; whom the EU think of as racists, bigots and xenophobes…hence the stereotype Islamic warrior, Kung Fu fighter, etc……..this how the EU elites think we think.

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  24. paulraven1 says:

    It’s not Hillary, it’s the media. Trump is running against the media first, Hillary second. I’m not sure he gets this yet.

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  25. perpetuaofcarthage says:

    When you read the full article, all the way through, you find out that she thinks most of the hysteria in London over Brexit is really over fear of what it will do to London’s property values. People have bought into a housing bubble in London and they think this will burst the bubble and destroy their equity.

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  26. cheryl says:

    This site has some of the best in-depth commentaries on important issues that you can’t find anywhere else. Thank you for getting the important messages out that other sites don’t report.

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  27. lastinillinois says:

    I have to say,
    I absolutely LOVE the implicit racism in that commercial.

    And I love it even more when the left bare their racist souls.

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    • yy4u says:

      lastinillinois — I’m one of the ignorant uneducated vulgar Neanderthal Trumpsters, so remind me again how it was that a religion became a race (smile).

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      • lastinillinois says:

        I’m not sure about the religion angle,
        I see an Asian, an African, and an Arab acting as though they are stereotypes.

        The only things missing:
        A bowl of rice,
        A bone in the nose,
        A flying carpet

        Next time the EU should ask me to direct their commercial, I could happily seal the racist deal for them.

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  28. Keln says:

    I am so glad I took the time to read the full article. I would go as far as to say that it is a must read for everyone. It touches on a lot of themes that are really at the core of globalism and the manipulation of people by the political elite, and surprisingly even included the fundamental purpose for the current culture war. Take some time today to read through the whole thing.

    Also, I look forward to more from this anonymous writer.

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  29. entagor says:

    Jill, your link (its-time-for-the-elites-to-rise-up-against-ignorant-masses-trump-2016-brexit/)
    says it all

    The establishment now calls the ‘elites’ the good guys and the ‘white working class’ are the bad guys. ‘White working class’ has become the buzz word for the original populations of EU nations, also known as citizens

    It is a propagandist tool to transform ‘citizen’ into ‘race activist’

    After reading every Brexit article I could find, I am now certain it was not stupidity that made Merkel open the EU to hordes of the most unassimilable people imaginable

    Merkel heard the native drums beating and she opened the immigration flood gates to drown the opposition.

    Merkel had to know this would enrage the populace. She isn’t that stupid

    That tells me the elites feared their hold was slipping. This was a last chance gamble.

    I believe they had crunched the numbers and figured a couple million muslims would sink the opposition. The new refugees would multiply and become voters loyal to the globalists who handed them Europe on a platter

    Cameron gambled a referendum would calm the natives during the transition to borderless polygot empire. IMHO Cameron’s fatal error was not weighing the effect of the Trump landslides. As it was Brexit only won by 4%. Without the Trump effect it might have failed.

    I thank God for Trump. This is the Battle of Vienna all over. Had the Battle of Vienna been lost to the muslims on Sept 11, 1683, Europe and Western Civilization could have been erased less than 100 years before the American Declaration of Independence. Our nation might never have happened

    The globalists share in common with the Caliphate seekers a hatred for Western Civilization, which empowers the individual. We who retain Western Civilization are their natural greatest enemy

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    • I think Cameron set the vote BEFORE our Mr. Trump came on the scene. This is why I agree with so many Treepers thinking that G-d must have had a hand in the Brexit vote as well as Mr. Trumps appearance!

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  30. fernleygirl says:

    Slick Willie and Lyin’ Loretta meet on Phoenix tarmac to discuss his grandkids. For allegedly being so smart, you’d think she could come up with a better story than that.

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/06/29/bill-clinton-loretta-lynch-meet-on-airplane-in-phoenix-video/

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  31. Nottakingthisanymore says:

    A few days ago I commented that the EU (Germany) could force Great Britten to stay in the EU. Seems now that the EU intends to morph in to a superstate or superpower that the new EU Army could be used to force existing members to stay in the EU. Sort of a 4th Reich so to speak.

    Doesn’t it seem strange that German has used it position to gobble up the European industrial might leaving the rest of Europe to service economies like the United States. With the new status economically these states a failing like dominoes.

    Germany now using economics, politics and treaties to quietly rebuild.

    This is the Third Reich Map.

    EU Map 2016

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    • yy4u says:

      Nottakingitanymore — Interesting map. Note little Switzerland all alone in the middle of the EU as it was during World War II. Also keep in mind that the Ottomans (Muslims) aligned with Germany during World War I which is how the British got Palestine in the first place.
      During World War II many of the ME countries were pretty pro Axis. Hummmmm. Maybe you’re onto something with this Merkel/Germany + Muslims thing. The Muslims have always been the Germans’ friends.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        Germans have very long, deeply involved history with moslems – from the German built Berlin to Istanbul railroad, etc. etc.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

      Right on! That was easy to see a few years ago……..

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    • Hey – what’s that little white spot between Poland and Lithuania? Google doesn’t name the region, but place names are in Cyrillic and Latin typefaces.

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  32. rashamon says:

    Our relatives fought two World Wars to end up with the European Union? We’re stupider than I thought.

    What astounds me the most about the young man’s essay is that he went through London School of Economics without being a flaming socialist. I finally gave up on economics classes and took some hours in cost accounting as I figured that at least that knowledge would help me start and run my own business one day. Economics as it is being taught since Keynes? Not so much unless you want to work for a government with a printing press.

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  33. marcyo13 says:

    Did Leni Rienfenstahl come back from the dead and update TRIUMPH OF THE WILL for the EU ad?

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  34. MVW says:

    The debate of Nation State vs Globalism paradigms has become the key issue above all issues. Trump, then Brexit have crystalized this debate. This debate in itself is a revolution as It was considered that the debate was over, that Global ‘One World Government’ was considered the ultimate end in Human History march to the future. It is in all the SciFi books and movies.

    Not just a debate, Brexit says the debate is over, that the common man, the vulgarians, have decided that Globalism has failed, that in Globalism a ‘ruling class’ takes over, and that those that take over can’t be trusted. That Nation States are the biggest entities that can be kept in check by the common vulgar citizens.

    So, we went from debate to decision that Globalism is despotism and must be thrown out in favor of the Nation State. And it seems it is being thrown out just in time to save us from violent Jihad and Dhimmitude.

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  35. Sentient says:

    Richard Wolfe of the Guardian has an article on RCP that says – among other inanities – that Trump won’t build the wall. Oh yes he will. He will build the wall faster than Wolfe can imagine. It’s going to be a huge, beautiful wall (beautiful because it’s huge) and, yes, Mexico will (indirectly) pay for it.

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  36. redsequin4 says:

    Stunning and very scary!

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  37. marblenecltr says:

    John Perkins wrote “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man,” a work that told of his life convincing third world tyrants to accept immense loans, supposedly for their country. Work that was to be done on infrastructure, etc., would be given to corporations affiliated with NWO powers, and inability to pay off the debt followed. Where leaders did not accept those loans, they were killed one way or another. Natural resources and actual land of the defaulting country would then belong to the bankers.
    Perkins later wrote another book, “The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man,” and it applies to the industrial world, that is, as much of the world as possible. Greece provides a good example. Iceland escaped the trap.

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  38. marblenecltr says:

    Reblogged this on necltr and commented:

    Beware the loan shark and his hit man.

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