Boris Johnson Resigns in Disgust Over Prime Minister May’s Insufferable Brexit Failure and Acquiescence To EU Globalism….

There is trouble ahead for Great Britain as the leaders of the British exit from the European Union (Brexit) quit in disgust over Prime Minister Theresa May’s abhorrent acquiescence to multinational corporations and the EU globalists.  British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson quit today.

Western Media are quick to come to the defense of Prime Minister May due to their financial and ideological alignment with the multinational media organizations and corporations who pull the strings.

EU Council President Donald Tusk quickly raises the idea that Brexit might be called off. “Politicians come and go but the problems they have created for people remain,” he tweeted.  Ultimately, this has been the goal of the multinationals’ all along.  The EU constructed the Brexit negotiations around the basic premise there would be no substantive change to the relationship.  Prime Minister May went along with the corrupocrat scheme, and now the primary voices behind the Brexit negotiation have quit.

(Via Reuters) […]  May’s office said it had accepted Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s resignation on Monday, hours after Brexit minister David Davis, in charge of exit negotiations with the bloc, quit on Sunday night.

The two departures shatter May’s own proclamation of cabinet unity last Friday, when she believed she had, after two years of wrangling, secured agreement on Britain’s biggest foreign and trading policy shift in almost half a century.  (read more)

What an elitist jerk !!

As an outcome, the UniParty British Parliament (Labour and Conservatives) are thrilled as the voices of the British people are dismissed.  Elitism within the ‘we know better’ crowd rears its ugly head once again.

There’s a familiarity, an almost parallel construct, taking place within the United States congress over international trade negotiations etc.   The U.S. UniParty, filled with politicians who are purchased by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Wall Street and the multinationals, are fighting against President Trump the same way the U.K. politicians are fighting against the British people.

American ‘Deplorables’ find common cause and understanding with the British ‘commoners’; both groups fighting against a political class that sees themselves as better than the group they are supposed to represent.   Sickening elitism and globalism on display in both countries.  Underpinning it all is the root of all evil, money.

The timing is interesting.  U.S. President Trump is scheduled to arrive in the U.K on Thursday.  President Trump fully supports the sovereign right of the British people to get out of the European Union; and he supports Brexit.  Conversely Prime Minister Theresa May is aligned with the ruling class against the majority will of her constituents.  There is a prime opportunity for President Trump to speak in support of Brexit and dispatch the elitist sensibilities of the British ruling class.

No doubt the politicians within the U.K. are concerned about the optics of a U.S. President Trump outlining freedom and the voice of the people while the elite ruling class are forced to listen….. This could get very interesting.

 

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291 Responses to Boris Johnson Resigns in Disgust Over Prime Minister May’s Insufferable Brexit Failure and Acquiescence To EU Globalism….

  1. technerd55 says:

    No doubt the politicians within the U.K. are concerned about the optics of a U.S. President Trump outlining freedom and the voice of the people while the elite ruling class are forced to listen…..

    It would look something like this:

    https://www.minds.com/media/720399585909940224

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  2. billrla says:

    Hey, Mates: Either defeat the anti-Brexit cretins now or save yourselves while you can and get out of the UK. Come to the U.S. Just walk across our southern border.

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  3. scott467 says:

    “There is trouble ahead for Great Britain as the leaders of the British exit from the European Union (Brexit) quit in disgust over Prime Minister Theresa May’s abhorrent acquiescence to multinational corporations and the EU globalists.”

    ___________________

    It was completely foreseeable from the night of the vote.

    It was supposed to be a ‘show vote’, to give legitimacy to the Globalist consolidation of power and obliteration of national sovereignty.

    They weren’t supposed to lose.

    But they never cared what the People wanted in the first place, so why would they stop doing what they planned to do all along, regardless of the inconvenience of a very public blunder like a holding a ‘vote’?

    You could see that they weren’t serious about Brexit from the moment the vote was announced, when the ‘narrative’ about a “multi-year process” was immediately pushed.

    As I said at the time, take the EU contract, walk down to the river, hold a brief ceremony, light the contract on fire, and throw it in the Thames.

    It doesn’t take years.

    It takes about half an hour.

    Less, if you drive fast and the river isn’t far.

    Theresa May is a puppet who is in WAY over her head. She must have been the 9th or 10th choice, after the smarter puppets-in-waiting realized that light at the end of the tunnel was an oncoming train.

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    • Zippy says:

      Parlament is right next to the the Thames.

      Liked by 4 people

      • scott467 says:

        “Parlament is right next to the the Thames.”

        _______________

        Excellent!

        Burn down the Parliament at the same time.

        Liked by 4 people

        • WSB says:

          Guy Falks tried that once. There is always hope.

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        • suejeanne1 says:

          No, not Antifa-style, please . . . would we want to see our Capitol Building burned down? I don’t want to see buildings burned down! I love that particular building and I don’t want to see London looking like Beirut (IMHO)

          I have been wondering if that statue of Winston Churchill is still around . . . and how long will those beautiful lions remain at Trafalgar Square?

          Just re-watched “Darkest Hour” about Churchill – incredible that the actor actually received the Best Actor award – I thought that in today’s revisionism, Churchill was becoming unpopular and thus this movie would suffer.

          The backstory about Teresa May somehow circumscribing our President from meeting with Nigel Farage – that was really weird and so rude – then the total rudeness of the baby blimp (though I think that could be a turnaround moment, like Hillary’s comment about “the basket of deplorables”) . . . I know people have been annoyed for years about the French forgetting about American lives lost “on the continent” fighting in two World Wars, but I always had the impression the British had better memories . . . and better manners.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      The Brexit vote was their Trump Election night moment.

      Liked by 3 people

    • free2313 says:

      Never Send a Weak Lady to Do a Woman’s Job, she ends up swooning!

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Fools Gold says:

    “This could get very interesting”

    That just might be an understatement!

    Liked by 3 people

  5. btw this is all Brit MAGA so to speak, pure Trumpism turning the UK upside-down as it did here. It’ll take an infectious global movement to defeat globalism.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      That’s why Trump should wade in on this. Not only to beat back the globalist forces, but as a big F-U to their role in the coup. I think he should allude to that too.

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  6. James Hilton says:

    ‘UniParty, filled with politicians who are purchased by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Wall Street and the multinationals’. Everything that is happening has nothing to do with ideology. The EU is a neo-Marxist monstrosity but it’s GREED!!!!

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  7. PaulM says:

    I think it’s getting obvious.
    Resignations, Brexit falling apart, immigration out of control and the Queen will soon be standing out on the ledge when Mick Jagger steps up and says……..I’ve got this!

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  8. Newhere says:

    I hope President Trump humiliates them.

    From the second Brexit became a fact and Trump followed soon after, the elite saw one end: the rise of the unanointed must be made to fail miserably and at unspeakable cost. Their own panda masks removed.

    We have to be ever-mindful of the playbook. The globalists don’t need to win, they just need to obstruct and delay and wait it out. They’ve ceased even trying for popular support. They now thrive on despair. Punish the slightest expression or action toward self-governance. Focus their full energy on keeping any good result of this unsanctioned exercise of public power ever out of reach and in the meantime exact sharp and painful “consequences” for even daring to try. The idea that people acting together can lift up a country must be smashed into oblivion and swept into the dust bin of dangerous utopian fantasies.

    Notice: our corporate and governing class used to–decades ago–at least try to explain and justify policies on moral grounds. Capitalism under Reagan wasn’t just good economic theory, it was moral social policy (h/t Dreher, discussing John Lanchester.) And that mattered. Our rulers no longer care if we believe the policies they unleash and control are moral; what matters is that we believe they are inevitable and beyond our control.

    So they will show us that even when we win (voting in Brexit/Trump) we still lose. You don’t crush democratic will by defeating it electorally–a public psyche can survive losing by the rules of the system. You crush the public will by showing us nothing we do matters anyway, and that when our rulers *don’t* get their preference things become only more painful for us.

    The rulers and their technocrats know how to use the levers of the state and the international order — they spent years molding these structures and bureaucracies to serve their own ends. It’s not enough to confront and name it or to hope to steer the use of those levers toward better ends–only to find ourselves years later in some intractable mess. They thrive on process and complications and defining problems with “no easy answers.” They only have to wait, and the wait alone proves it can’t be done.

    We have to win. And that means that at least for some of the problems we know aren’t truly hard, their have to be easy answers that bring manifestly good outcomes. Behavior of state and international institutions be damned. Trump knows this, and he’s doing it most brazenly on trade and NK. We need Trump times a thousand.

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    • Zippy says:

      I’d LOVE IT if he only met with Farage during his visit, but that’s too much to hope for.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Newhere says:

        Yeah probably too much to hope for — but Trump has his ways of exposing the smallness of small politicians. Think of how he went along with Macron’s embarrassingly chummy state visit only to proceed exactly as he always intended, leaving M looking foolish and full of himself, and then did practically the same thing with Justin and the useless G7 — went along with it b/c now skin off Trump’s nose, but then when Justin got all puffed up and grandstanded, Trump batted away the big G7 “result” (that dumb communique) showing the truth that it was always just empty fluff anyway. Trump isn’t one to suffer fools (what I first liked about him).

        So hopefully there’ll be something popcorn worthy!

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Trump can never be accused of not treating foreign dignitaries with respect. Trump’s policy will remain unaltered in it’s ultimate aim. If they plait straight with him, he will afford them consideration in timing and appearances. If they don’t they only bring about the ultimate goal more quickly.

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      • Twinkletoes says:

        Well, actually meeting with Boris Johnson also would be acceptable. But why bother with the want-to-be tyrants?

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        • trapper says:

          By the time PDJT gets there May will be out and Johnson may very well BE the PM, so he could be meeting with him. Things are moving rather quickly, or I should say support for May’s soft Brexit is crashing quickly.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        Would it be at all possible for Nigel Farage to wind up being PM by the time President Trump arrives . . . just a thought!

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    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      Yes apathy is so destructive! We lost our passion with a lifetime of mediocrity in our elected candidates. Trump has brought us back from a reality of mutual suffering at the hands of elitist socialism to the thrill of victory igniting a spirit long forgotten!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • wtd says:

      Yes, HUMILIATE the British/UK Uni-party and force this discussion into the limelight:

      May 23, 2018: Tommy Robinson interview two prior to his political arrest and detention

      Liked by 6 people

      • Kenji says:

        Where’s the political theatre of a FREE TOMMY dirigible? Instead we’ll see a baby Trump balloon. The leftist, statist-uber-alles have to be BEAT!

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  9. Scott says:

    Funny how this mirrors the 2016 US election. Some people just weren’t supposed to lose.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Zippy says:

      That’s the thing about globalists… they’re global.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Brexit and the US 2016 election when viewed down the noses of Elites, are similar in that the UK and US elites simply snicker at the results. It’s only what the ‘ deplorable ‘ wants. The Romans gave their deplorables the entertainment of ‘bread and circus’. Our globalist elites today say “ let them have their entertaining elections “ , we will ignore and resist the people. This is the fight that people must win.

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      • Zippy says:

        “let them have their entertaining elections“

        Yes, and their iToys, endless escapist Superhero movies becoming increasingly SJW tainted, schools and universities which tell them they’re all victims (unless they’re straight caucasian males in which case they’re the victimizer), as much debt as they want or need to shoulder (or debt we’ll PLACE on their shoulders and the shoulders of their children and children’s children) to keep the bread and circuses and charade rolling.

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      • Newhere says:

        True, we must win. I don’t think they’re snickering — I think they know it’s as serious as it gets. They’ve moved beyond any pretense of trying to persuade people with ideas or results, and don’t care if we know that their naked claim to power rests solely on their ability to make thing far, far worse when it’s take from them.

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  10. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Interesting Merkel has her little Illuminati hand signal going in the last picture hahaha!! I am totally excited to see the elites being called out all over the world as they play whack-a-mole on the defensive. Winning!!!

    Liked by 2 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      you know . . . I used to think she did that because she wasn’t carrying a purse and so did not know what to do with her hands

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        It would have been great if Trump had reached over
        and swatted her hand at that moment.

        “Stop it!!! Everybody knows what you’re doing!!”

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  11. dickturpin1 says:

    Letter from England!
    OK Folks…thanks for all the support RE Brexit but don’t get too up in arms about old Boris and his resignation.
    Boris is an entertainer and a bit of a buffoon in style, it is a style he has cultivated over the last 20 years or so.
    Make no mistake, he is a career politician and his resignation has more to do with his personal political ambition than his “loyalty” to Britain and Brexit.

    When the idea of Brexit was first muted Boris was speaking of the insanity of leaving the EU!!!! (????)
    But when he was called out on this he “clarified his remarks.”
    I can guarantee you that the Numero Uno reason for Boris’ resignation at this particular time is very carefully calculated to oust May as PM and then “reluctantly” put his name forward for PM at the “insistence of many friends and colleagues for the good of the country”.

    I don’t even have to ask you folks over there that you are well acquainted with all the political BS that goes on in DC…..and London is older than DC, let’s put it that way!

    For further proof of good old Boris, the “posh bloke” who is really just “one of the lads” then look even in his resignation letter he is attacking Russia over the epic fake news story RE the novichok poisoning in Salisbury.
    He is a willing globalist through and through, globalists come in many faces and colours and accents, that is part of their weaponry.
    May is the same, this is not a fight over Britain’s independence or Brexit, this is a personal fight over who wears the crown for the next few years.
    That is how shallow our leaders are folks.

    Trump broke the mould , that is why he is hated by both left and right, because he is not in on the con, he doesn’t need the gravy train of corporate and taxpayers cash to keep the lies going to the people.
    On a much smaller scale, in the UK NIgel Farage is the same, he is not rich but he is not “one of them” and that is why he is lambasted from all sides.
    A timely reminder for us all is…when a lone voice speaks up for what is right and decent and that voice is roundly condemned by all sides then that voice is a threat to the voices of opposition.

    WE must always remember that and always ask WHY? WHAT are they afraid of???

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    • Zippy says:

      “WE must always remember that and always ask WHY? WHAT are they afraid of???”

      Simple.

      The reversal of decades of major progress towards what they, multinational corporations and the financial sector, want beyond just their current, effective ownership of governments, governments allowed to exist and given the aura of representation via the votes of manipulated, propagandized, useful idiot voters: managed trade (not free trade), no borders, and identical regulations everywhere via the elimination of real national sovereignty hidden by a facade of sovereignty.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      Q- Could he do any WORSE..?

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      from the Wikipedia article regarding David Davis:

      “In his role as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, Davis announced that Parliament will take action on translating EU laws into British laws as part of the process of Withdrawal from the European Union.”

      could someone clarify for me . . . I would think that the vote for Brexit meant that the British people did NOT want “EU laws” and why in the hell would they need to be translated INTO British laws? I mean, that seems to me not necessary and rather invidious to the whole idea of Brexit.

      Britain has her own legal system and laws and does not need any “EU laws” incorporated into her system!

      I do not understand how a proponent of Brexit can talk about about translating EU laws into British laws or why that would be wanted.

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      • Tony Dick says:

        If we just remove the EU laws then we will have had a sudden change to our legal system on the first day after leaving. The idea is to keep the same laws across the transition period.

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      • dickturpin1 says:

        Exactly! Sadly, it is all smoke and mirrors. The idea was for the repealing of the EU laws, or most of them anyway.
        In the US you will have had no idea what a joke the EU really is.
        And this has been going on for years.
        They even have pen pushers coming to the UK and deciding how much “curve” can be allowed on a cucumber and a banana to satisfy EU rules on food standards.
        In the UK, we have a sense of humour and I remember many years ago that a crisp (chip) company brought out a new flavour crisp: “Hedgehog” flavour, it was just a joke for the kids. The EU stepped in and banned it under false advertising as there was no hedgehog in it and they were misleading the public.
        Also, the auditors have refused to sign off the EU books for the last 15+ years.
        This is the serious dark side of the EU. And we are not talking a few million, we are talking over £2 BILLION per year that just “goes missing” into the darkness.
        Nobody seems to worry about it. Mostly the EU is a refuge for failed national politicians.
        When Neil Kinnock, the labour leader who resigned when Mrs Thatcher won her third election victory, he was made an EU commissioner(!!!!). His salary was more than Thatcher’s and the expense account!!!!! Well, it would make your eyes water.
        EU representatives are widely known to travel from the UK via car or boat and then claim a first class air ticket on their travel expenses!!! Everybody knows it’s a fraud but the money , OUR MONEY, is still paid out to them.
        When an investigation was launched into the missing billions, one lead investigator decided he was suddenly depressed and jumped off a high rise car park. The other lead investigator then resigned and decided to move to the backwoods of Ireland to live a quiet life and refused to answer any questions.

        Sorry for going off topic there but this is the scale of the corruption and control in the EU, that is why a lot of people in the UK do not really trust Boris or Mr Davis as they talk the big talk but they do not walk the walk.
        The whole idea that we in the UK have to pay the EU circa £50 BILLION for leaving is a joke. Why?

        In fact, under English law, which is a 1000 years old the very entry into the common market as it was then called before it morphed into the political EU was an illegal act of treason as it is written that “No act of parliament, no vote, no referendum can transfer any power from the sovereign or his/her ministers to any foreign prince or power and any attempted such action is high treason against the sovereign and England which is punishable by death”.

        This law is fixed for all time and cannot be overturned by any future act of parliament at any time in the future. It is set in stone for all time as long as England is governed by traditional English law and even though we are now the “UK”, it is English law that is the backbone of the law.
        So everybody who voted for that act of parliament to enter the common market and cede powers to a foreign body over the English sovereign and the English people are guilty of treason.

        This information was put down in a formal letter from Lord Kilmuir, a constitutional law expert to the then Leader of the Opposition, Ted Heath, who was later outed as a monstrous paedophile by David Icke, when Heath asked for legal advice on Europe if he were to win the next election and become PM.

        So in reality our membership was null and void form day 1 and we have the right to simply walk away now as everything the UK governments have signed for the last 30 years is not worth the paper they are written on as they had no authority to sign those agreements.
        But this truth is far too controversial for any politician to raise in public and they haven’t.

        To get back to your question as to why Davis is negotiating for the transfer of EU laws into the UK statute book as UK laws all I can say is GOOD QUESTION!
        It is another embarrassment that bods on both sides of the debate don’t like to talk about much.
        Some EU laws have been good for low paid workers etc, better maternity leave without fear of being fired but as with all things EU, it goes too far.
        Example:
        If a small business owner, SMALL business, not a corporate giant, interviews a woman for a regular job, even a part time job, then he or she is forbidden under EU law to ask if she is pregnant or if she has plans to start a family as it breaks her human rights.
        So, upon receiving the job offer she can then contact him the very next day and tell him/her she is pregnant and going on maternity leave and the business owner will have to pay her full wages while then having to employ somebody else and pay them too!!!
        That is how insane the EU is.
        That is why the half of the UK with more than 2 brain cells voted for Brexit. Most anti Brexiteers are young and idealistic as they only see a false utopian dream and not reality.
        They talk of what the EU spends in the UK and jobs,jobs jobs blah blah blah but they either do not know or wilfully ignore the fact that when they misguidedly claim that the “EU spends £8 billion a year on the UK that the UK gives over £16 billion to the EU each year!!
        So we are supposed to be grateful for getting half our money back???
        Sometimes it is less than half.
        Plus, once we are out we regain control over where that money is spent and invested in our own country and not spent or wasted on some pie in the sky operation decided on by people who live in another country.

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      • Dr.Jay says:

        >> could someone clarify for me . . . I would think that the vote for Brexit meant that the British people did NOT want “EU laws” and why in the hell would they need to be translated INTO British laws? I mean, that seems to me not necessary and rather invidious to the whole idea of Brexit.
        <> I do not understand how a proponent of Brexit can talk about about translating EU laws into British laws or why that would be wanted.

        I think Wikipedia simply misunderstood this. But Mr Davis is not helping by often referring to EU ‘Law’.
        Those are not laws, they are not even called ‘laws’, these are EU regulations and guidelines that each member state has to implement into their own law. Otherwise it can’t become ‘law’. They (the EU-regs) are templates, not real law. Until and unless implemented into the laws of all member-states they are not enforceable law.
        Only when a member-state misses a pre-agreed implementation deadline and some issue between states occurs related to an agreed upon but not yet implemented EU regulation than one can refer to the EU regulation in internal trade disputes. That still does not make it a ‘law’.

        So perhpas mr. Davis (or wikipedia) means all kinds of reference material that the actual law currently does not include, but merely references. I do not see why that *has* to be changed. That is only really needed once the UK wants to change its laws & regulations on something.

        Of course in some cases keeping the law to reference an EU document may be strange or unwanted. For example let’s say that the reference is not to a neutral technical document like the E-numbers, but to some agreed upon set of guidelines for fishing nets. That would currently be some EU guideline. It will say that certain types of nets are not allowed to be used because of the environmental damage that they cause.
        That can simply stay in UK law until such time that the UK wants to change their law. A quick look determines that what they need to do is to create their own UK fishing nets guideline, the only change to the law needed is to then point to this new UK guideline.
        Of course it may feel odd to be still referring in UK law to some outdated EU guideline after exiting the EU but there is no real need to do so.

        Perhaps that is what people expect that the UK will do or need to do? I.e. instead of changing stuff when needed (years after leaving the EU, only once he law needs to be changed) that they will copy all EU reference documents into UK documents with the exact same text. And have UK law point to these new ‘ UK’ reference documents (…).
        Seems rather pointless to me.

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  12. rjcylon says:

    Now all the woke people in the UK can celebrate that the “popular vote” will be overturned.

    I think they should have done the will of the people that voted for a hard Brexit. They might have bigger problems from their ACTUAL citizens as a result of ignoring them.

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  13. Phil Garber says:

    So…..Britain is now a vassal state?

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  14. Phil Free says:

    What I don’t understand, is why Boris is giving up & resigning. If May isn’t doing what she’s supposed to be doing, walking away isn’t going to help Brexit one whit.

    Is that like the new British thing, now? #GiveUp?

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    • As a cabinet minister he CANNOT speak against his leader and her government. He would have had to publicly support May’s Brexit plan.
      In order to speak openly against her Brexit plan, Boris the cabinet minister first had to resign. That’s the Westminster system.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      No. As a cabinet member, Johnson cannot criticize the government. As a back-bencher he can. He can also lead the opposition to a ‘No Confidence’ vote on May. If she loses the No Confidence vote she’s out as party leader and PM.

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      • JohninMK says:

        He will not lead the opposition in a vote of no confidence, that would bring the whole Government down and lead to a General Election. He will take part in a vote of no confidence within the Conservative Party, if it gets more than 48 votes (out of 310) T May is history. Could take no longer than 24 hours. This is brutal politics in action. If then only one MP stands to be leader that’s basically that.

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        • Kintbury says:

          Not necessarily. It is a vote of no confidence for the leader. They do not have to have another general election. They can call one if they wish if she is ejected.

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    • JohninMK says:

      He certainly hasn’t given up, he is just trying to change get back on the Brexit tack that we all voted for.

      He has finally realised, along with David Davis, that it is not possible to change the apparent direction of Brexit by being ‘on the May ship’. To do that he will have to torpedo that ship and be the Captain of his own ship.

      That is the way we do it here, watch it unfold. It is one of the advantages of not having a directly elected leader that is in position for years.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        As an American seeking to understand the situation, what is happening with Mr. Davis, the first one to quit the May ship, as I understand . . . is Mr. Johnson attempting to seize the spotlight or will the two of them work together to get Brexit back on track?

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        • Tony Dick says:

          My personal view is that Davis has resigned on a matter of principle. He finds that he can no longer support the view of the May cabinet. The only way he can make that public is by resigning from the cabinet. He remains an MP.

          Johnson, looks to be doing the same but I believe he has a bigger plan. He wants to be prime minister himself. This will be a good chance for him to oust the existing prime minister and, no doubt reluctantly, offer himself for the now vacant position.

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        • JohninMK says:

          David Davis went first as he was at the sharp end of the negotiations and over time was being forced by the May team to take a position he was increasingly unhappy with. In the end he buckled and walked out (taking a 30% salary cut as well). Once he was out the way was clear for Boris to leave as well (also with a big salary cut and loss of use of country house) as a precedent had been set.

          The only way they can work together now to get Brexit back on the track that they and the voters want is to get rid of May and take over. Many of us have our fingers crossed.

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  15. bkrg2 says:

    The cabal is starting to show chinks in the armor all across the globe…

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  16. MaineCoon says:

    It would be so funny if May wasn’t the PM when POTUS landed in UK.

    POTUS will be well deserving of that little twist…considering spygate.

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  17. Piggy says:

    I would be open to native British refugees coming to the US. Not the ones they’ve been importing in the neo-slave trade of course but the native born.

    If there’s real men left in Britain they better do something.

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    • Kintbury says:

      I can promise you one thing. They will come because they want to be American not because they want you to change the side you drive on and stop for tea at four o clock.

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    • piper567 says:

      Russia is welcoming Afrikaners…
      there a numerous videos available…
      The Afrikaners are looking at an offered area which is perfect for settling and farming…they wish to resettle, just as their ancestors did once in S.A.
      They want to carry on their traditions, and contribute. The families from S.A. toured, among other places, the regional churches.
      So glad this is happening; when the vermin take over in S. A, with no skills, and no ability to farm, they can all just starve to death in their racial victory.
      Its a win-win for the Afrikaners and the Russians. Fallow land will be cultivated, and prosperity will come to an area which is now basically unpopulated, and unproductive.

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      • mcclainra says:

        The Boers started leaving years ago, as they have been targets for a long time. I do NOT understand why POTUS has not offered them sanctuary. Good for Russia too. When we were in NZ in ’14, we met a couple who had moved there from SA. They said they had to get out while they could, that things were getting bad. They had started a business there on the North Island near Napier.

        I live in the E. Arkansas Mississippi River delta, about 60 miles from Memphis. We have several SA families in our area who pretty much left everything, and are working for some of the big farmers in the area. They, too, are glad to have escaped with their lives.

        MSM has pretty much nothing to say about the white genocide going on there either, and I echo piper567: once the Afrikaners are gone there will be no one willing or able to farm the land, harvest the crops, etc., and SA will go the way of Zimbabwe after Rhodesia. The vermin will starve, and we can just hope that that is allowed to happen uninterrupted by the sjw on the Left, as that is exactly what they deserve.

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      • WSB says:

        We should compete for them. I have often been told that when the Dutch settled SA, there were no other humans there. So, they are the true natives of SA.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      This recent nerve gas case, supposedly another Russian plot . . . is that a red herring? To distract from the betrayal of the vote for Brexit? How did they ever really ascertain that it was used BY Russian agents? It seems odd to me that this should be happening again as a possible distraction. Trying to smear Putin and Russia for being dangerous, oppressive when Britain itself is acting against citizens such as Tommy Robinson and forbidding the American President to visit a British citizen . . . that’s like old-time Soviet Union-era behavior.

      IMHO, the EU leaders were hoping Hillary would win in 2016 – she would have signed off on the use of NATO to move militarily against Russia, warning about Russian troops “massing at the border” . . . but I don’t remember them saying anything about Obama cancelling the Missile Shield program. So, how is this scenario: Hillary elected US President in 2016, she okays and supports use of NATO and American military in Europe to “protect” the countries such as Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary, because they are under threat from Russia. So, create total chaos along the WESTERN borders of those nations . . . inject masses of Muslim refugees into those countries, destabilizing and destroying their sovereignty and national identities.

      It did not pan out but they will keep trying.

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  18. fleporeblog says:

    The UK is gone! I have been saying it for the past few months. It is a shame because this is the same country that 78 years ago would fight the Nazis as if there wouldn’t be a tomorrow. Now they have decided to tell the majority of folks that there vote means nothing.

    Theresa May is nothing but a POS as her people are killed by the invaders they have willingly allowed into their country. The red carpet is the blood that has been shed by its citizens.

    I pray that our beloved President does his visit with our FLOTUS and gets the hell out of their not a minute longer than what has been planned. They don’t deserve the visit.

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  19. Donna in Oregon says:

    It could be this comment that describes the worldwide corruption the best:

    “Western Media are quick to come to the defense of Prime Minister May due to their financial and ideological alignment with the multinational media organizations and corporations who pull the strings.”

    There is so much activity before President Trump visits Mother England….are those Brits up to something? Reminds me of those feelings I used to get when my kids were up to something rotten and trying to distract….

    Better not harm a hair on our POTUS head or those other wars will seem like nothing. Especially those two old bags Merkel and Mays. All the politicians leaving better not be because they know somethings going on and they don’t want to be blamed because that won’t save ‘ya.

    Someone needs to remind the Queen of England that we let them keep their crown as long as they didn’t try to take our freedoms and run our country. George III lucked out, we weren’t as organized as we are now. If they mess with POTUS, the royal family might be looking for jobs and a lot of snooty politicians might be subject to our jurisdiction…..Mrs. May and Mrs. Merkel…..and all other EU A holes including that little jihad Mayor of theirs. Better watch yourselves.

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  20. rumpole2 says:

    Neil Hamilton on the Brexit Catastrophe, YouTubers Joining UKIP and War Plan Purple
    Sargon of Akkad Live
    Published on Jul 9, 2018

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  21. I just had a ‘Do Gooder’ idea.

    Let’s offer immigration to any-and-all Brexit Voters that would like to become Americans. Let the Politickers have their ways over in Europe and give us the people who are sick of Big Currupt Government and join our effort for Correct Government here.
    I’d be OK with a few million more Trump Voters.

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    • Prettyplease says:

      As much as I welcome the thought of Brexit emmigrees to the USA, I would be greatly grieved that that “green and pleasant land“ would be overrun by infidels. Ferdinand and Isabella had the right idea 500 years ago. Even that far back they recognize that assimulation was not possible and that their cultural identity was at risk.

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  22. The Devilbat says:

    May is likely to receive a vote of no confidence before President Trump arrives in London. This will end her term as prime minister. Her replacement might well be a hard line Brexiteer. May is a globalist who has always been firmly against Brexit.

    What could happen is that the issue will be put back to the voters in the form of several different exit choices. the choices would be between a hard exit or several softer exit scenarios The agreement is not yet cast in stone. There is still hope.

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  23. Paul Killinger says:

    The only thing I see missing is Mrs May deplaning waving her own piece of paper.

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  24. Kevin king says:

    The best thing that could have happened. Now the lines are clear,the enemy is in clear sight. We will not go down without a fight even if we have to resort to civil disobedience. The elites have revealed their contempt for us once more. No more playing by the rules.

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  25. dickturpin1 says:

    In fact, under English law, which is approx 1000 years old the very entry into the common market as it was then called before it morphed into the political EU was an illegal act of treason as it is written that “No act of parliament, no vote, no referendum can transfer any power from the sovereign or his/her ministers to any foreign prince or power and any attempted such action is high treason against the sovereign and England which is punishable by death”.

    This law is fixed for all time and cannot be overturned by any future act of parliament at any time in the future. It is set in stone for all time as long as England is governed by traditional English law and even though we are now the “UK”, it is English law that is the backbone of the law.
    So everybody who voted for that act of parliament to enter the common market and cede powers to a foreign body over the English sovereign and the English people are guilty of treason.

    This information was put down in a formal letter from Lord Kilmuir, a constitutional law expert to the then Leader of the Opposition, Ted Heath, who was later outed as a monstrous paedophile by David Icke, when Heath asked for legal advice on Europe if he were to win the next election and become PM.

    So in reality our membership was null and void form day 1 and we have the right to simply walk away now as everything the UK governments have signed for the last 30 years is not worth the paper they are written on as they had no authority to sign those agreements.
    But this truth is far too controversial for any politician to raise in public and they haven’t.

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  26. When parliament voted in Theresa May after Brexit all quiet and without fanfare, I knew even back then that the fix was in. Theresa May was a Remainer, is a Remainer and will continue to be a Remainer until she’s forced out. She’s been doing her level-best to screw up as much as possible and sabotage Brexit, just like the RINO republicans are trying to do to President Trump on this side of the pond. Don’t believe for a moment she isn’t doing exactly what she’s told by the Soros leftist globalists. It’s disgusting to watch the out-and-out betrayal of the electorate going on every single day she’s in office.

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  27. Dr.Jay says:

    As I said earlier Davis is not that much different from May. Both believe in fairy tales of some middle road. A road that does not really exist. And there is no time to build it.
    Davis also belongs to the group of people who seem to think that there is a middle road and that this can be achieved in a few years. Sure, he disagrees with May, but he disagrees on details. He also does not want a hard Brexit.
    Johnson is more of a realist and therefore argued that one should take measures to prepare for a hard Brexit, more on that below.

    There are only a few realistic options (apart from simply ‘Remain’);
    1. Hard Brexit: ‘simply’ ditch all agreements and trade via WTO with EU, just like US or Japan.
    Lots of changes for UK businesses, EU businesses simply need to switch the UK companies from EU indicator to non-EU in their administrations.
    Other changes can be done but are not needed. Like changing the UK laws on all kinds of stuff, as those UK laws currently implement the EU regulations. That can be changed after such a hard Brexit, but there is no rush, perhaps no need.
    Of course, any product made in UK and sold to EU will still need to comply to EU regulations, no change there.
    Big issue on Northern Ireland border. And in general, you’ll need a couple of thousand extra customs officers.

    2. Very Soft Brexit: simply agree to same deal as CH or NO have, which means direct access to internal EU market, but also keeping all detailed agreements (i.e. EU regulations which you must implement in your own laws somehow).
    Which means almost zero changes to UK law (because all EU regs have been adopted as local laws, i.e. UK laws; there is no such thing as an EU ‘law’). Of course, this also means that there is little difference with the current situation, except that you no longer have any say.
    And there will be quite a bit of pressure of changing details of agreements.
    Sure later, much later, you can start negotiating with EU for changes to any existing agreements. Which is more interesting when it is UK+NO+CH+LI (plus perhaps a few Balkan states) vs the EU than it is now without the UK. Currently it is basically the EU that dictates.

    3. Same as 2 but with some extensions (ie. ditch any voluntary extensions to internal market, i.e. the fluff), such as: only internal market for goods, services and capital. But not labour, nor free settlement. And certainly, no open doors policy or sharing/resettling of refugees. Fairly easy to do, there is no real need to include that, there never was, that was & is EU (or DE/FR) propaganda. Yes, free movement of EU citizens is mentioned in some later treaties, but those ideas are not integrated or really required for a common market (there are some details that need to be worked out for the services business, such as UK consultancy firm sending consultants to work for short contract in Paris. That is obviously not the same as ‘free movement of people’, but how about HU/RU workers on a UK construction project?).

    But the idea that some kind of middle road can be negotiated prior to early 2019 is a pipe-dream and always has been. It doesn’t matter what flavor (May or Davis).
    Some Brexiteers suspect that May has been trying to do that middle off road stuff in order to sabotage their preferred solution, which is a Hard Brexit.
    For others it was perhaps not the preferred one, but at least a realistic one.

    Now read Johnson’s letter again.
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-eu-johnson-resignation-letter/boris-johnsons-resignation-letter-to-british-pm-theresa-may-idUSKBN1JZ2FJ?il=0

    “We have postponed crucial decisions – including the preparations for no deal, as I argued in my letter to you of last November [1] – with the result that we appear to be heading for a semi-Brexit, with large parts of the economy still locked in the EU system, but with no UK control over that system.[2]

    It now seems that the opening bid of our negotiations involves accepting that we are not actually going to be able to make our own laws.”

    OK note that [1] (no deal) refers to #1 above, a Hard Brexit. And [2] (semi-Brexit) refers to #2 above, perhaps #3.

    Back to an earlier bit in the letter.
    “They were told that they would be able to manage their own immigration policy [1], repatriate the sums of UK cash currently spent by the EU, [2] and, above all, that they would be able to pass laws independently and in the interests of the people of this country. [3]”

    OK as to [1] that is possible in all options, even in ‘Remain’ by the way. You just have to keep on shouting a bit harder when ‘Remaining’, but there are many supporting countries (and soon the majority of EU); most simply ignore Brussels or FR/DE on this, as they should.
    In case of #2 above (soft Brexit aka semi-Brexit)) you may need to make it clear that you really want this to be excluded, so you go for variant #3 above.
    In case of #1 above (Hard Brexit) it is clear that you’ll have your own immigration policy, even for EU citizens.

    As to [2] that is a bit of a pipe-dream to get rid of completely in most scenario’s. In #2 you’ll still have to pay various amounts, perhaps not a membership fee, but there are lots of other costs. As do CH and NO at this moment. Even in option #1 there will be divorce settlement costs of dozens of billions because of previously agreed upon payments… Of course, in a few decades from now it will be mostly gone.

    As to [3] that is simply not an option in scenario #2/#3 above. It is mostly an option for #1 above, except for the simple fact that all goods & services that you intend to sell in the EU will have to follow EU rules & guidelines regardless. But then that is true for US willing to sell in EU as well (and vice versa).

    “We are now in the ludicrous position of asserting that we must accept huge amounts of precisely such EU law, without changing an iota, because it is essential for our economic health – and when we no longer have any ability to influence these laws as they are made.
    In that respect we are truly headed for the status of colony – and many will struggle to see the economic or political advantages of that particular arrangement.”

    True, that is essentially the consequence of scenario #2 or #3 above.

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  28. scott467 says:

    “Conversely Prime Minister Theresa May is aligned with the ruling class against the majority will of her constituents.”

    ____________________

    Which was obvious from the first moment she appeared on camera. It’s like looking at Eleanor Smeal, or any of her ideological doppelgangers.

    The corruption of their worldview manifests in a kind of physical mutation. Put a few pounds on Theresa May and she looks practically like Merkel on stilts. Indeterminate gender, Mo Howard haircut, socially awkward, strange clothing, etc.

    Like most American Leftists. They dress weird, they act weird, often look unkempt (and strangely proud of it). Contrast such presentations with Conservative women, for example. Well dressed, CLEAN, you’re not left GUESSING if it’s a woman or man, etc.

    There is something profoundly foul about Leftists / Globalists. Something dirty, something so pervasively corrupt that it manifests itself in the physical presentation of the individual.

    And it is quite easy to see. Always has been. I read recently that face recognition software can determine all kinds of things about people, including whether they are homosexual or straight, conservative or Leftist, etc.

    People can do that too.

    Long before computers could.

    It’s just that in recent decades most people haven’t been able to acknowledge this reality (and many others) for fear of being targeted by the fascist PC Police.

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  29. The EU was the crown jewel to be emulated by the world. Template for the NWO. I think it was globalist extraordinaire Helmut Kohl who said (paraphrasing) “if Europe refuses to unite peaceably it’ll be forced into it by another war.” No sooner did nationalist forces begin their ascent than the refugee spigot got turned on. Let’s hope Trumpism has real legs and global replicability.

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  30. dickturpin1 says:

    Good morning everybody.
    As usual, Jon Rappoport sums it all up excellently.
    Jon knows how to get to the crux of any matter, he knows how the enemy operate.

    Here is the link to his blog letter about the EU (which is one of many he has penned on this subject).

    https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/

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