Daniel Hannan: Globalists Within U.K. Parliament Have Never Accepted Brexit…

EU Parliament member Daniel Hannan discusses the background of Prime Minister May’s inept approach toward exiting the EU; her future, and the future of the Brexit process, and President Trump calling out NATO allies.

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Methinks this NATO summit will be very interesting…

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144 Responses to Daniel Hannan: Globalists Within U.K. Parliament Have Never Accepted Brexit…

  1. JoD says:

    Last night, Nigel Farage said that May will be gone in a fort-night.
    Interesting.

    Liked by 32 people

  2. rumpole2 says:

    Jacob Rees-Mogg … a rare UK (conservative) MP who talks some sort of sense…

    Liked by 6 people

    • AmericaFirst says:

      Does Rees-Mogg have a chance to become PM, or will the more outspoken Johnson be a shoo-in?

      Liked by 3 people

      • rumpole2 says:

        I have not followed UK politics.. until last few weeks 🙂
        I dont think I know enough to make predictions… yet 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      • Flubber says:

        I’m a Brit and I like JRM but he has no chance of being PM. Too many people see the poshness and nothing else.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Esperanza says:

          I agree too posh. He also seems a bit of a dilettante.

          Liked by 1 person

          • A2 says:

            You are underestimating him. As a young man he made a fortune in business in Hong Kong, then the ‘free trading capital of the world’. He knows the bottom line. He is by no measure a ‘dilettante’.

            He flies under the radar, unlike zany Boris, (whom I like), but he is steady, focussed, and principled.

            When did accents dictate ‘poshness’? He has consistently said the people voted for Brexit, and May’s cabinet are bureaucrats (like her rise in the political ladder) and they are imposing a version of Brexit that was not what the people voted for.

            Your ‘poshness’ definition needs a bit of a rethink.

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            • singular says:

              Agree, A2. He seems very much the gentleman, but not overly “posh”, but that strikes me as an odd criticism anyway. Are certain people now barred simply due to their class? That is wrong thinking, with all due respect.

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            • CountryclassVulgarian says:

              You are so right. Jacob is the more solid of the two. People have a tendency to go for the more outward Johnson. By the way, didn’t Johnson have a chance at PM when Cameron resigned and step back for May? I think that was his mistake. I believe it was known that May did not want Brexit.

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              • Wallhouse Wart says:

                Unfortunately, Boris was relying on Gove’s support to run for the leadership and instead, Gove decided to run himself betraying Boris. Boris dropped out.

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        • ecmarsh says:

          Magna Carta #2?

          Liked by 2 people

      • gda says:

        Rees-Mogg himself is touting Boris as the next PM.

        I am not sure if that is a clever ploy or what. Nigel did say it could be either of the two.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Karmaisabitch says:

        I’ve been watching him about 6 months now, He had a confrontation with 6 bruisers that interrupted a speech he was making. It was kind of funny and daring, he walked up to them and wouldn’t shut up, he had the floor and he was going to finish his say. I was actually worried for him.
        Somewhere on youtube is a 45 minute interview with him in his house, bedroom office, middle-class. He has a young son, who came into the room, the kid looks like him and embodies his values, they get along well.
        Rees-Mogg is very proper, the ultimate British gentleman. Honest and poignant, doesn’t hesitate to say what he thinks, and is exceptionally smart. A conservative traditionalist, not seeking power, loves Britain and wants it to be independent. Wants a total, unhesitating split from the E.U.

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      • Sunshine says:

        Boris. He has experience. He was Mayor of London. Under his administration, there wasn’t all the crime they now have.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Jenny R. says:

        I’m hoping it’s Rees-Mogg; Johnson is…inadequate.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Rita Sullivan says:

        Either, or, get that demon out!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Kintbury says:

        I hope so. Just heard one of his debates and he tore the European Union to shreds. It belongs on the ash heap of history for sure.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Ray says:

        Johnson is probably a shoo-in I follow Rees- Mogg. But if Mogg gets a chance I think he will clean up. He has been the best spokeman .most articulate consistant message with a media that is almost like the media against Trump. He is actually exceptional, no give . Much much tougher than he looks.

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    • Apfelcobbler says:

      Farange values Rees-Mogg highly as a Brexit ally – he spent some time talking about him yesterday on Martha McCallum’s show. Boris gets the coverage, but R-M is important back bencher who’s been up to his eyeballs in trade details for months. Especially loved his answer concerning PT (20:00 – 22:00)!

      Liked by 7 people

    • ediegrey says:

      Nigel had nice things to say about him – thanks!

      Liked by 2 people

  3. Minnie says:

    “Methinks this NATO summit will be very interesting…”

    That’s an understatement!!

    SO looking forward to hearing Mr. President speak.

    To quote Forrest – You never know what you’ll get!

    😆

    Liked by 12 people

    • DanO64 says:

      I know one thing or sure, it will be AWESOME. Just say N.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Minnie says:

        😉

        Which is precisely why I keep coming back for more!

        I have NEVER been more politically engaged my entire life – all thanks to a NON-politician 👍

        Liked by 9 people

        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          Just like our founding fathers and mothers intended!

          Liked by 1 person

        • Grandma Covfefe says:

          It’s just like that box of chocolates….we keep coming back for more, too….yum.

          Get back at ’em, President Trump, for all those decades they did the smack downs on us while helping themselves to our money.

          As badly as we’ve wanted USA to get out of NATO, staying in NATO has its benefits for President Trump will always have an opportunity to stand up and ‘word-smack’ those phony leaders in a public forum and to get the truth out to other leaders.

          I am so ready to watch this….with only Covfefe Ice cream, this time…and not only 2 scoop.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      And with the EU, it’ll probably be a lot of nuts and chewys (See’s candies)…

      Liked by 1 person

      • Bud Klatsch says:

        See’s, my wife’ all time fav, raspberry cream.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Cashew Brittle, Buttercream, and Pecan Log Roll (OK, I MISS Stuckey’s and Nickerson’s Farms)…. 🙂

          Used to live a couple of blocks away from a See’s. Dangerously good, made even worse by our HP discount 🙂

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          • ecmarsh says:

            The beginning of the end for me was:
            Last time I went to England was when my fish and chips were against the law to come wrapped in news paper.

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            • singular says:

              Nightmarish regulation. I remember when a grocer was jailed due to his bananas being sold by the pound or some such evil, can’t remember exact details.

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    • Sunshine says:

      The funniest part is they all have to be SUPER nice to him while knowing their graves are dug.

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    • singular says:

      Lol, Minnie, an interesting box of chocolates.

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  4. FL_GUY says:

    The last time President Trump was on stage with these EUro weenies, I think he was having to bite his lip to keep from laughing at their clown act. President Trump is the only adult in the room, the EUro weenies are like a bunch of spoiled, kindergarten brats; not very bright ones at that. This is going to be interesting.

    Liked by 17 people

  5. andyocoregon says:

    I really hope President Trump bypasses London when he travels to Great Britain. At the very least, I don’t want to see him in photos with that lousy muzzy London mayor.

    Liked by 5 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      He’s not going to be in any pix with the London major. Bet we see him with his friends Nigel & Boris at the businessmen’s meeting at Churchill countryside house. He’s paying his respects to PM May and the Queen, but imo he’s got real business elsewhere. More fun for the week!!

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  6. yucki says:

    I’m so sorry, British Patriots.
    We just can’t lend or lease our PTrump.

    Liked by 15 people

  7. joeknuckles says:

    Time for a British revolution. Off with their heads!

    How dare these scumbags defy the will of the people.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. mj_inOC says:

    Methinks you are prescient and correct, sundance.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. CNN_sucks says:

    These snooty and enlightened (bs) europeans should pay up. America is only asking for 2%!!! WTF.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Paul B. says:

    With clear-thinking minds such as Hannon, Farage and Rees-Mogg, why did May ever make it to 10 Downing St.? Britain is really hurting for good leadership. Trump has broken the ice floe, and nations like Hungary, Poland, Austria and Italy are following suit. There is no reason it can’t be done in GB as well.

    Liked by 12 people

    • soozword says:

      Very simple and directly related to our Congress: Hannon, Farage and Rees-Mogg are probably the only ones making the hard Brexit arguments. Their clear messages are falling on deaf ears.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Yep. And IIRC, May double-crossed Farage and Boris Johnson…

        Maybe the new (?) requirement for the globalists is that the PMs have no children.
        Trafficking and trading, doncha know…

        (Sad to say, I only mean that partly in jest. The globalists are EVIL. And most people think that is tinfoil-hat territory, but, it’s not. cf. Ronald Bernard…).

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        • soozword says:

          Well, we can hope that those three (and whatever blokes who support them in Parliament) will find the perfect circumstance/occasion to set off a chain reaction like what Churchill did to rally the country to rescue their stranded soldiers at Dunkirk in WWII. We can hope and pray, but the rest is up to their countrymen (with a bit of inspiration from our glorious Lion of course!).

          Liked by 1 person

          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            There was a great Sherlock Holmes episode about that time…

            I don’t think most folks realise just how bad things were about then.

            Then again, folks from back then probably though that WWI and WWII would be the wars to end all wars. WWIII is being fought now, but so far, not on a regular battlefield…

            You’d think folks would learn. The Mohammedan insurgents were repulsed twice (thrice?) in the last 1400 years. Most people now think of an Ottoman as a footstool. (I’m dating myself, I suspect). Times were, that it was an empire. And “Air head man” wants it back…

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            • GB Bari says:

              Hey Cuppa, I like it when you “date yourself.” It’s always a blast from the past for golden oldies like us…

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            • Mongoose says:

              And China is doing a repeat of pre-WW2 Japan with it’s criminal reach for raw materials in the South China Sea and around the world with OBOR. Tariffs on steel and aluminum may well act like the oil and rubber embargoes on Japan for their imperialism in China and Mongolia. Similarities are very strong. And no one stood up to them until Trump. But now they have a military threat to one of the most important shipping lanes in the world with the islands they have constructed in their “historic” lands.

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        • G. Combs says:

          “…The globalists are EVIL. And most people think that is tinfoil-hat territory, but, it’s not….”

          Delingpole has several articles on the Rape Gangs in the UK at Brietbart.
          Here are a few:
          2014 Rotherham: 1400 Children Groomed, Drugged and Raped by Multiculturalism

          2014 Muslim Rape Gangs: the Disturbing Role of Britain’s Leading Child Welfare Charity

          2018 Revealed: Police Failed to Act as 1,000 Girls Beaten, Pimped, Raped, and Even KILLED Over 40 Years in Britain’s Worst Grooming Scandal

          An interesting thread…
          https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/986740967406473216.html
          “1) This #CDAN blind looks solved & exposes yet another sicko crime network, this time #SoutheastAsia. It connects several interesting items…. Don’t eat while reading.
          The images are horrible.

          It is a ‘hunt’ started by Q. The Anons found “… the Kings Romans Casino in a remote corner of Laos….” It makes Epstein’s Island look innocent.

          Liked by 3 people

          • Robert Smith says:

            How about they start solving this by not calling them grooming gangs.

            Liked by 1 person

          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            The sick grin (lecherous leer) on Tony Podesta’s face here makes me want to barf. Have a look at the “Wanted poster” (from Wikipedia and Scotland Yard, 2013)

            and the “Spirit Cooking” brothers

            This has been in a number of places. The individual pics of John and Tony Podesta are on wiki, so no photoshopping or similar is needed…

            WHY are these two BEASTLY SICK pervs still out on the loose???!!!!

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  11. Alonzo says:

    I am sure it is going to be an interesting NATO summit too. President Trump will be there in person, letting people know what is acceptable. I agree with POTUS in that they ALL need to pay their fair share. I am tired of propping them up, if they cannot walk on their own.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. DanO64 says:

    Our VSG going to London is like the Beatles coming to New York for the first time. Only BIGGER.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Paco Loco says:

    The US should EUXIT out of NATO, move some of our forces to Poland and let the Germans and the French figure out how to surrender in Arabic.

    Liked by 11 people

    • billrla says:

      Paco Loco: I like it. Let’s do it. Any sane Germans and French are always welcome, here (all two of them).

      Liked by 1 person

      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        How about Americans trapped in Germany?

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        • billrla says:

          Cuppa Covfefe: I assume you are there by your choice (business, family, etc.). As far as I know, Mutti has not (yet) closed the borders to people smart enough to flee Germany. In sympathy, I will note that I find myself in the same situation in the Socialist Republic of California.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Øbozocare and my son being in University make a move impossible. As does being recently retired…

            I left Kalifornistan 35 years ago, moving to Germany before the wall fell. What I would give to know what would eventually happen. Then again, I don’t think CA is a whole lot better.

            I pay an AWFUL lot of attention to the exchange rates, though,,, 😉 or 😦

            Had a chance in the 1970s to move to the South (of the US). Looking back, that might have not been a bad idea. But for a California boy, a techie no less, that wasn’t an attractive option back then… sigh…

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  14. Mashall says:

    Don’t disappoint us England, I want to see St. George’s Cross Flags and Union Jacks flying strong in a giant welcoming event for President Triumph! Tommy Robinson;s crew and UKIP with plenty of Football hooligans to protect the colors!

    In hoc signo vinces!

    Liked by 9 people

  15. dallasdan says:

    I’m not surprised by Hannan’s very candid commentary about Parliament never really accepting the result of the Brexit referendum. We’ll soon see who wins the globalist vs. nationalist struggle in the UK. I don’t anticipate the people will acquiesce to Parliament thwarting their will.

    BTW, did you notice that Cavuto tried to throw shade on the President with his paraphrased but unattributed reference to Tusk’s quote about the USA having few allies? I’m pleased that Hannan said the President was right to expect Europeans to pay more for NATO, and maybe the need for NATO has been outlived. I used to admire Cavuto; no more.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Publius2016 says:

    unlike Obama, President Trump said its up to the people…he’s in UK to meet the head of state, The Queen, and then to visit Trump Scotland!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      The Queen has the power to dissolve Parliament; not sure if she would do it in this case, but she can do it if she so pleases…

      I would imagine she is in favour of Brexit, despite what the globalists say… though Prince Phillip is reportedly the head of the Illuminati… (Mountbattys and all)…

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      • soozword says:

        And what leadership has the Queen exhibited in the past ten, twenty years? Maybe during her early years, but I can’t recall much more than herding her Corkis around lately.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Corgis. She’s not as doddery or as daft as folks would believe.

          Her generation are made of sterner stuff than ours. My mother (a Londoner, who lived through WWII, the Blitz, etc. and emigrated to America) passed away last year at 97 years of age. Sharp as a tack, and physically fit almost to the end…

          They don’t call them “The Greatest Generation” for nothing.

          Chuckles, on the other hand…

          Liked by 3 people

          • soozword says:

            Thanks, am not one to know dog breeds being a (exclusive) cat person! Anyways, she is made of stern stuff and a survivor but I still seriously question her leadership to support her own people and not the globalist agenda. She seems awfully passive to me and that translates to indirectly helping the globalists.

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    • Mongoose says:

      Exactly. He is not out slumming and looking to visit Londonistan or pay homage to sherKhan. He will just leave it is his wake, as in flyover.

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  17. squattybody says:

    So it sounds like the Brits have let themselves become one of the cursed “service economy” nations who are now at the mercy of non-reciprocal tariffs from the EU members who can still manufacture. Does that sound familiar or what? And they don’t have a President Trump to get it fixed. I feel sorry for them but while they work out their own issues, go President Trump and let’s

    MAGA on!

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  18. Lactantius says:

    Nationalist globalists are anchored to their culture. “True” globalists are temporary colonizers of nations as their needs fit.

    National globalists respect the rule of law and national culture. “True” globalists are mercenary and pick and choose what various nations can do for them.

    “True” Globalists have no code of ethics, constitution, international agreements, or morality which restrain them. However, they come with expiration dates and their posterity is hardly guaranteed. So it is with George Soros. He is from nowhere, going nowhere and without substance. He is destined to feed the worms and then disappear into the void from which he arose, leaving destruction in his wake.

    John Bunyan traced the “Pilgrim’s Progress” as he met Christian, Evangelist, Obstinate, Pliable, Help, Worldly Wiseman, Goodwill, Beelzebub, Interpreter, Shining One, Formalist, Hypocrisy, Timorous, Watchful, Discretion, Prudence, Piety, Charity, Destroyer, Faithful, Wanton, Talkative, Envy, Hate-Good, Superstition, Despair, Experience, Sincere, Ignorance, Flatterer, Atheist, Sagacity, Inconsiderate, Light-mind, Know-nothing, Greatheart, Grim, Humble-Mind, Brisk, Old Honest, Fearing, Feeble-Mind, Grace, Bubble and so many others.

    The “true” Globalists have only their own ambitions to feed and winning sustains them. For them, posterity is for suckers. Think: George Soros. Now, ask yourself, what do those who serve such people expect to gain in return? Think: Obama. Temporary wealth and two generation deference are their reward. They get to spit on the hoi polloi until the hoi polloi can’t tell them from a reprobate crapping on the sidewalk.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      And then they spend an eternity in Hell regretting their short-sighted, selfish, greedy, grasping, conniving, cheating, deceptive, narcississtic lives…

      Liked by 3 people

  19. permiejack says:

    During the 2008 financial crisis I came across a financial forecaster by the name of Martin Armstrong. Some of you may familiar with him. He ended up in jail for 10 years for contempt for not giving out his code that made his predictions so accurate. I lost track of him till recently and thought some of you might be interested on his take of Brexit. He mainly looks at things from a financial standpoint.

    Is Britain Committing Suicide?
    “I have to say that Boris Johnson’s comment that Britain is headed for the status of a “colony” is absolutely correct. There are “remainers” who have simply ignored ALL the economic data and will seriously end Britain as any sort of viable economy. Britain has ALWAYS been treated as a second-class European culture and it will end up subservient to that of the EU. It may simply be too much to expect rational political leadership any more from Britain. Instead of the cabinet stabbing the PM in the back as they did with Thatcher to also try to join the euro, this time it is the PM who is stabbing her cabinet and the people in the back trying to stay in the EU by pretending she is leaving.”

    https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/britain/britain-committing-suicide/

    He also has a blog with interesting perspectives.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      “He ended up in jail for 10 years for contempt for not giving out his code that made his predictions so accurate.”

      And they didn’t prove anything?

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      • permiejack says:

        He was in jail for 7 years for contempt and then pled out to a fraud charge and was sentenced to another 5 years. There is a documentary on his life called The Forecaster.
        I really just posted for his unique take on what is happening in Britain that he can actually show through charts and through his extensive historical knowledge.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I posted several of Armstrong’s Brexit articles today on Brexit under the Tusk thread.I follow his blog and subscribe to Socrates. He’s told his story about being jailed for contempt (he wouldn’t give he goverment …C_A..the code to his program), but I have never heard him say he pled out to a fraud charge. In fact he was ultimately even denied a lawyer and represented himself. Only when the Supreme Court would have next heard his case did they (gov) dismiss the case since their illegal activities would then be in the sunlight. He is the other genius that I follow.

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          • permiejack says:

            MaineCoon-I’m sorry now that I didn’t continue following him. I remember reading his handwritten notes when he was in jail. He truly is a genius. It’s seems coincidental now that I still remember Nigel Farage on a tear at that time talking about “profligate spending”. It still brings a smile to my my face remembering his speech to parliament.

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        • Troublemaker10 says:

          Permiejack, thanks for the info about the documentary, The Forcaster.

          I’ve been reading Armstrong’s blog for a couple years because I like the geo-political stuff he ties in to the economic stuff.

          I had no idea about his background or documentary which makes him all the more interesting. I think I am going to order the documentary. Thanks.

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    • G. Combs says:

      History of Martin Armstrong: http://princetoneconomics.blogspot.com/

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  20. Mary Allen Bradley says:

    Methinks we must pop the popcorn 🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿

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  21. All POTUS need do is outline a British Bilateral Trede Deal and announce it:

    1. I’ve offered a BRITISH-FIRST Bilateral Trade Deal in honor of BREXIT, taking effect as soon as the U.K. is free of any EU laws and regulations that would interfere with its BILATERAL NATURE.

    2. As the FIRST European Bilateral Trade Deal, I’ve guaranteed it will have FAR better terms than any successors.

    3. Similarly-conditioned Bilateral Trade Deals with other Countries in Europe will be available as soon as they have fully-funded their 2% of GDP requirement for NATO, earning the trust of the American people.

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  22. Fools Gold says:

    These NATO bums are about about to feel a high current shockwave…

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  23. bour3 says:

    Dropped it at “Canader.” (Luckily that was at the end)

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  24. A2 says:

    Jacob Rees-Mogg destroying a liberal snowflake:

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  25. A2 says:

    The EU is a Threat to Democracy | Jacob Rees-Mogg | Oxford Union

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  26. IMO says:

    President Trump Had Breakfast Bilateral With Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg At Brussels

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  27. Herbert Kroll says:

    Don´t forget that Theresa May wants to end internet anonimity, because, in her deranged feminist mind, that would solve the non-existent problem of women being harassed on the internet.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/online-digital-identification-mob-rule-online-security-minister-ben-wallace-a8390841.html
    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/theresa-may-twitter-facebook-online-violence-against-women-bullying-a8387581.html

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  28. TigerBear says:

    Sharia May, doing exactly what her islamic muslim handlers demand.

    “The empire on which the sun never sets”

    The sun has begun setting on the British empire. Sucking the soul out of the Englishmen!!

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  29. pacnwbel says:

    What a thread, Hannan, Rees Mogg, references to Farage all topped with Presidential whipped cream truths. This is a great start to a west coast day.

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