Britain decides to leave the New World Government
“Britain”, by Op-ed Contributor, Beverley Russell
In a truly stunning progressive upset, the Brits have decided to exit the European Union and take back the reins of their own government. This win for Britain was a massive snub to the polls and mainstream media, who said the “Brexit” supporters were fighting a losing battle all along.
As Britain absorbed the earth-shaking news, the political fallout reached to the highest level with Prime Minister David Cameron saying he would step down after championing the campaign to remain in the European Union.
Just hours later, the leader in heavily pro-E.U. Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, said she will push for their own referendum to break with England and the other two partners in the United Kingdom, Wales and Northern Ireland.
A second independence referendum, following a defeated vote in 2014, is “highly likely,” said Sturgeon, the Scottish first minister. Calls to break away were echoed by nationalists in Northern Ireland.
In an emotional address outside 10 Downing Street, Cameron said the country now deserved “fresh leadership” in the face of the rejection in Thursday’s referendum. Cameron, who enjoys a close relationship with President Obama, said he hoped a new prime minister could be in place by October.
The decision effectively delays the start of divorce proceedings with Britain’s 27 other E.U. partners. Cameron said that only after the transition in leadership would the country begin the formal process of withdrawing from the European Union — popularly known as Brexit — which is supposed to take two years once it officially begins
The vote will initiate at least two years of messy divorce proceedings with the EU and cast doubt on London’s future as a global financial capital. The future of Prime Minister David Cameron – who gambled the fate of the nation on an outcome he predicted would be catastrophic – was doubtful at best.
An aide working in Cameron’s office told reporters: “We’re in uncharted territory… Everyone’s just really tired. They haven’t slept.”
The euro slumped more than 3 per cent against the dollar on concerns a Brexit vote will do wider economic and political damage to the world’s biggest trade bloc, stripped of its second largest economy.
Investors poured into safe-haven assets including gold, and the yen surged. European shares were on course to open 6 to 7.5 percent lower.
There was no immediate comment from the Bank of England. Global policymakers prepared for action to stabilise markets, with Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso promising to “respond as needed” in the currency market.
Yet there was euphoria among Britain’s eurosceptic forces, claiming a victory they styled as a protest against British political leaders, big business and foreign leaders including Barack Obama who had urged Britain to stay in the bloc.
“Dare to dream that the dawn is breaking on an independent United Kingdom,” said Nigel Farage, leader of the eurosceptic UK Independence Party, calling the EU a “doomed project”.
“This will be a victory for real people, a victory for ordinary people, a victory for decent people … Let June 23 go down in our history as our independence day.”
Presumed GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump owns a golf course in Scotland, where voters largely called for the U.K. to remain a part of the EU, but his campaign issued a glowing statement about Britain’s vote to leave:
“The people of the United Kingdom have exercised the sacred right of all free peoples. They have declared their independence from the European Union and have voted to reassert control over their own politics, borders and economy.
“A Trump administration pledges to strengthen our ties with a free and independent Britain, deepening our bonds in commerce, culture and mutual defense. The whole world is more peaceful and stable when our two countries — and our two peoples — are united together, as they will be under a Trump administration,” the news release stated.
The ramifications of leaving the EU are in many ways similar to that of electing Trump — each constitutes a serious blow to the media, a call for economic national independence and a battle cry for securing borders.
“Come November, the American people will have the chance to re-declare their independence. Americans will have a chance to vote for trade, immigration and foreign policies that put our citizens first.
“They will have the chance to reject today’s rule by the global elite, and to embrace real change that delivers a government of, by and for the people. I hope America is watching, it will soon be time to believe in America again,” the release concluded.
The George Soroses and those who have crafted the globalist scheme and the New World Order bet much on this election — and they lost.
So, what does that say about the Brits? It shows that slightly more than half of them just want to be left alone, that they care about the individualism and uniqueness of Britain.
In the end, the Trump campaign was right — Americans will have the same choice to make this November.
“Britain”, by Op-ed Contributor, Beverley Russell