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The parallels between British and American politics are simply eerie. In 2016, after British voters unexpectedly rebelled against their political class and chose to leave the European Union, Donald J. Trump took to calling himself Mr. Brexit—and guess what? Since then, of course, the political classes in both countries have been conspiring to reverse the election results. But Theresa May just suffered the greatest defeat of any British Prime Minister when her BRINO (Brexit In Name Only) deal negotiated with the EU was rejected by the House of Commons 432-202. Subsequently, May has survived a vote of No Confidence and the outlook is confused. But clearly the Deep State has not yet tamed British populism. A good omen for Trump?

May’s defeat was terrible enough, but it was even worse because the “payroll vote,” of Members of Parliament (= Congressmen) holding government office, is around 140. Hence, BRINO only attracted around 60 backbenchers (who within reason can vote as they like). The Spectator has a list, with names, of the 118 Tories to voted against May’s deal.

This gives May and her government a tremendous problem because ever since she came back with the draft deal she has been saying it is her way or the highway, stubbornly insisting that no other deal is available. But such was the deal’s subordination of UK interests that many commentators argued would leave the UK as a vassal state. [May’s Brexit deal: the legal verdict | The PM’s plan isn’t bad – it’s atrocious, by Martin Howe QC, Spectator, November 24, 2018]

This fiasco is largely due to having a Remainer PM (May opposed Brexit although she wasn’t brave about it) and a Remainer-dominated cabinet. At best their heart isn’t in Brexit; at worst they are deliberately trying to sabotage it. Similarly, many Trump Administration officials and GOP Congressional leaders have been all too obviously hostile to his agenda.

With a Leaver PM and a Leaver-dominated Cabinet, there would still have been a potential problem with Remainer-dominated Houses of Commons and Lords. But it is doubtful that Remainers in Parliament would have been so blatant in their attempts to frustrate a straightforward Brexit.

The defeat of May’s deal is encouraging for Brexiteers inasmuch as the overwhelming result should have greatly lessened any thoughts May had of coming back with a few insignificant cosmetic changes. However, it’s still a possibility. And there are many other threats to thwart a true Brexit. If there is a serious breakdown of party discipline, there is nothing to stop Remainer MPs doing anything they want because the House of Commons still has a substantial majority of Remainers.

But a bright spot for Brexiteers: the date for the UK’s leaving is fixed in an Act of Parliament.

Section 20 of the European Union (Withdrawal ) Act 2018 states ‘“exit day” means 29 March 2019 at 11.00 p.m.’

To change the date of the UK leaving the EU requires either an amendment to or a repeal of the Act.

And unless the Brexit leaving date is changed, it does not matter what else happens, because there is a legal obligation on the UK to leave. A second referendum cannot be held, an extension of Article 50 cannot be sought by the UK or granted by the EU and Article 50 cannot be revoked. In addition Remainers, however aided and abetted by the unethical Remainer Speaker of the Commons John Bercow, cannot ultimately stop the UK leaving the EU on 29 March.

There are serious obstacles to the House of Commons voting to amend or repeal the leaving date. To begin with it would nakedly expose the Remainers’ anti-democratic partisanship. Ever since the referendum, most Remainers have consistently bleated that they honored the result, although obviously hoping to sabotage Brexit. Having their true feelings exposed will be more than embarrassing, because there are many constituencies (= Congressional districts), especially ones held by Labour MPs, that voted heavily to leave the EU while their MP voted Remain. Leave voters might well punish Remainer MPs in Leave constituencies.

Then there is the entirely practical alternative option of a No-Deal Brexit—more precisely, leaving without any negotiated deal with the European Union and proceeding to trade under World Trade Organization rules. Significant numbers of Leave MPs have embraced the idea, for two reasons: first, it simplifies matters because it is ready-made system and allows business to plan; second is that it makes it harder for remainder politicians to sabotage Brexit after the UK has formally left the EU. Of course, WTO membership does not mean that future bilateral trade deals cannot be struck.

So what is really happening—in the U.K. and the U.S.?

The Deep State is often portrayed as a conspiracy. In fact, it is better thought of as a blind sociological event. There is no group of conscious conspirators, simply people being groomed to have the same opinions or at least saying they do.

What has happened in the UK (and the rest for the West to varying degrees) is the success of the long march through the institutions. That is what ultimately has given the UK an elite (politicians, mediafolk, teachers etc) who are overwhelmingly Politically Correct internationalists. And it’s those people who are at the forefront of the attempts to sabotage Brexit.

How did it come about? A German student leader of the 1960s Rudi Dutschke, echoing the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci, put forward the idea whereby societies could be subverted from within by those of an internationalist bent who would patiently work to gain positions of power and influence. Eventually there would be enough of such people to change the policies of Western societies from national to internationalist ones. That point was reached in the UK at least 50 years ago and the Politically Correct stranglehold on our society is now complete.

The capture of Western societies by internationalists has allowed them to permit and even overtly encourage mass immigration of people from different cultures, denigrate their own societies, traduce the West and its native populations generally and introduce gradually the pernicious Totalitarian creed of Cultural Marxism which has “anti-racism” (in reality anti-white racism) at its heart. The last brick in the Politically Correct building is the increasingly draconian treatment of anyone who refuses to toe the line—increasingly including the use of the criminal law and imprisonment.

That is why Western politics until recently has been so ideologically monotone. Brexit was a revolt against that mentality.

Most MPs overtly or tacitly supported the idea of the referendum and its result by promising it in election manifestos, in Parliament and through their passage by large majorities of the legislation needed to both set up the referendum and make provision for its implementation.

But by doing so, MPs forfeited their right to do anything other honour the result of the referendum. That applies just as much to Remainer MPs as Leaver MPs.

Sadly, the behaviour of the most committed Remainers with power and influence (including many MPs and peers in the House of Lords) has shattered utterly the idea that the UK is a fully functioning democracy. Rather, it is an elective oligarchy whereby the electorate are offered an opportunity every few years to choose between competing parts of the elite—an elite in the UK whose general political ideas are largely held in common and go against the interests and wishes of most of the electorate.

None of this should be a surprise. The sad truth: the central political question in all Western societies is—how far will the masses be able to control the naturally-abusive tendencies of the elite?

Robert Henderson [Email him] is a retired civil servant living in London and consequently old enough to remember what life was like before political correctness. He runs the Living In A Madhouse and England Calling blogs.

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  1. Why should those who voted for Brexit and haven’t changed their minds feel entitled to complain if, after the Brexit leaders showed how hopeless their preparation for Brexit was (they didn’t even realise that giving the Article 50 notice left the UK without negotiating power), a majority of enrolled voters vote in a referendum to show that the UK has, as an individual can, changed its mind?

  2. Paul C. says:

    What an excellent article. Commentary such as this is not allowed in the Deep State controlled mainstream media. This goes for all countries since we all have the same owners, being the international banking cartel. Thus populations are waking up slower. But, they are waking up as the fraud is self evident. Brexit, Trump, Yellow Vests. Keep it coming.

    • Agree: CanSpeccy
  3. Tyrion 2 says:

    I’m with Gove* on May’s deal. I think May has dealt with the matter in good faith and that this is “good enough”, for now. I also fear that the Leave side may have over-extended and that we will be given a Norway Brexit by the utterly disingenuous parliamentary cross-party majority of Remainers.

    Perhaps I am too easily scared by the media cacophony.

    * I also trust Gove. His wife is sound and he did a great job somewhat peeling this politically correct rubbish off the educational syllabus.

  4. Alligator says:

    Absolute nonsense. Brexit has been programmed and it will happen as intended: no deal, meaning the WTO rules will apply. Hence the City of London will be off the hook and the “yellow vest” Europe will be on its own. Why do you think this stupid “brexit” took so much time ?… the criminals were just waiting for the right moment!

  5. The author appears to embrace the totally exploded myth that the UK can simply no-deal it, then rely on WTO rules etc.
    Unfortunately, the UK is totally integrated into EU rules AND regulations: that is, the million & one Reg’s applying to everything — customs/borders, fisheries, aircraft/transport etc, etc, etc. No deal it, & it all literally crashes (literally as in probably custom’s computers). It’s now a cliche, but imagine a line of thousands of lorries (trucks) stretching back miles & miles & miles from Dover & Calais.
    It’s almost impossible to express the calamity of a no-deal.
    (Please check Naked Capitalism for arguably the most thorough & realistic documentation of this unfolding 2 year tragicomedy.)

  6. it is an elective oligarchy whereby the electorate are offered an opportunity every few years to choose between competing parts of the elite—an elite in the UK whose general political ideas are largely held in common and go against the interests and wishes of most of the electorate.

    None of this should be a surprise. The sad truth: the central political question in all Western societies is—how far will the masses be able to control the naturally-abusive tendencies of the elite?

    very useful analysis.. ..thanks.
    elective oligarch.. a better description is CIPOGE.. Crime in Private and Government Enterprise.
    As criminals the oligarchs do not care what the electorate have to say.. as long as the electorate c/b controlled with false and misleading propaganda, police state tactics, and kept in the dark with secrecy agreements and laws . things will go along without change.

    But the masses are becoming aware that CIPOGE makes crime legal and use government to eliminate competition. It is CIPOGE that makes the laws, it is CIPOGE that selects the candidates ( from the pool of elites ). In one foreign nation I am familiar with: the elected PM for either the red party or the blue party comes from the same law firm. Interestingly, the voters vigor over elections. Voters nearly kill each other depending on the side they chose. Looking closer it is individual voter perception over whether or not they can get more favors from the red vs blue parties. In stead of trying to make the system fair, they want it more corrupt, but of course they want the corruption to favor them.

    Bexit is just the beginning, Macron in France is finding out the people are not so stupid. and the Greek people are working diligently to find an honest leader. The world has gotten so corrupt, the people are waking to fix it.

  7. The Deep State is often portrayed as a conspiracy. In fact, it is better thought of as a blind sociological event. There is no group of conscious conspirators, simply people being groomed to have the same opinions or at least saying they do.

    In my opinion there is a group of conspirators, very concious, AND there are people with illusions.
    Soros does not at all hide the fact that he has 226 followers in EP, if these are conspirators, or people with illusions, or both, I really do not know.
    This makes it so difficult to analyse what happened, hat led to, after four years of talk, rejecting May’s Brexit proposal.
    What was real, honest people with maybe stupid, naïve ideas, and what was charade ?

    Just two things cannot be debated, just over 50% of the British who voted four years ago voted for leaving, the other undebatable thing is that Brussels, the ruling EU clique, had no intention whatsoever of letting GB excercise its right to leave the EU.
    That is, GB could formally leave, if it materially stayed a member, obeying EU ‘values’ and rules, without having any say in these ‘values’ and rules.

    This to me seems hat now has happened, those really wanting to become a sovereign nation again voted ‘no’, those wanting to stay a EU member also voted ‘no’.

    The essential point is immigration, those willing to leave want to be able to regulate immigration themselves, the Brussels clique at all costs wants to prevent this, their Fourth Reich is just possible if the European cultures disappear, through mixing of peoples with different cultures.
    The ruling EU clique even deliberately risks civil war, Muslims against non Muslims, I fear.
    Or even worse, hopes, as with the Lusitania, manipulates, that it will happen.

    I interpret the Merkel Macron talks about an EU army in this way, the army is not for fighting outside the EU, but for suppression of insurrections inside.
    IF, IF, this is tried, I wonder what will happen.
    German soldiers fighting French civilians in France ?

    • Agree: Cleburne
    • Replies: @lavoisier
  8. LondonBob says:

    Brexit has done a great job of thoroughly discrediting the political and media class. We might lose the odd battle but I am confident the Brexit war will be won.

    • Agree: jim jones
  9. skrik says:

    The Deep State is often portrayed as a conspiracy. In fact, it is better thought of as a blind sociological event

    is too glib.

    Politically Correct internationalists

    is too diffuse and mild.

    the pernicious Totalitarian creed of Cultural Marxism

    is too abstruse.

    These so-called ‘leaders’ are traitors to both us, we the people and our entire planet.

    *Whatever and whence* this foul rot is; it still needs an ideological kernel, a communication conduit and a recruitment process.

    In order even to contemplate combat against these conspirators, what we need are specifics as to:

    •Who was involved?
    •What happened?
    •Where did it take place?
    •When did it take place?
    •Why did that happen?
    •How did it happen?

    It cannot have happened unnoticed in a vacuum; perhaps we can get some – enough – proper answers out into the open = *disinfectant sunshine*, please.

    PS

    The last brick in the Politically Correct building is the increasingly draconian treatment of anyone who refuses to toe the line—increasingly including the use of the criminal law and imprisonment

    Yes; some proof is seen in the efforts to criminalise BDS, say. In fact, the boot is on the other foot; justice demands UDHR-offenders including both principals and accessories to supreme international crimes be apprehended and prosecuted. rgds

    • Replies: @CanSpeccy
  10. Heros says:

    “So what is really happening—in the U.K. and the U.S.?”

    The author asks this question and tries to answer it without mentioning jews or freemasons. Either he is a talmudist, or a complete idiot like the vast majority of people living in the islands of once “great” Britain”.

    Henderson notices the similarities between Brexit and MAGA, but apparently his brain has hardwired rose colored glasses that filter out the glaring evidence of white genocide and the project for greater Israel (Kalergy+Yinon). He thus fails to make any kind of worthwhile connection and the article is just blablabla. Just take this conclusion:

    “Rather, it is an elective oligarchy whereby the electorate are offered an opportunity every few years to choose between competing parts of the elite—an elite in the UK whose general political ideas are largely held in common and go against the interests and wishes of most of the electorate.”

    Sorry, that is not even close. The UK is a heeb slave plantation, and the British are debt slaves who are about to be replaced with a new cross-mixed breed of slaves who are more compliant and easier to control. It is happening all across the world, but the US and Britain are on the vanguard of white replacement.

    Here is a list of some of the similarities between Brexit and MAGA:
    1. There is no color revolution in either country… yet
    2. Both countries have very large populations of very black people continually committing very brutal crimes against whites
    3. Both countries were part of the anglo-american alliance that won both WWI and WWII for Israel.
    4. Both countries have centuries of history of waging war using concentration camps, starvation, and barbaric bombing and gassing of civilian populations
    5. Both countries have been run far more under the Scottish Rite Freemasons than the Oriental Rite.
    6. Both countries have been stripped of their industrial base.
    7. Both countries have media, banking and defense under talmudic monopoly control
    8. Both countries are heavily involved with secret bases and troops in Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen, and Egypt.
    8. Both countries have stood solidly behind Israel since its inception

    I am certain there are lots more…

    • Agree: Wally
    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @Frau HausMaus
  11. Swan Knight says: • Website

    The populist revolt will be complete when May is hanged, Macron is guillotined, and Merkel is shot. Take no prisoners. Well written, Cultural Marxism is pernicious and totalitarian and must not just be defeated but inihilated

  12. Tyrion 2 says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    First, 90% of votes at the last election went to MPs who promised to complete Brexit on their manifestos.

    Second, calling Article 50 did not remove Britain’s negotiating ability. It did the opposite. it showed that we were serious about leaving.

    Third, preparation for Brexit has not been hopeless. That claim is just another way of saying “be scared”. It is annoying because it is both baseless and has a long track record of being utterly wrong on this subject.

    Fourth, if another referendum needs to happen – fine – but this disingenuous line that it needs to happen because the facts have changed will not stand. And those who repeat it as if unquestionable will out themselves as bastard liars who should be driven from public life for everyone’s sake. The Remain campaign and the government fought the referendum on the basis that a vote to Leave would result in immediate, irreversible catastrophe. Obviously the facts have not changed past that, or even approached that. Things have gone on as before.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  13. Tyrion 2 says:
    @animalogic

    I have links to all of the EU’s regulations and can copy and paste them. I have saved the day!

  14. padre says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    Because it doesn’t work that way, you can not change your mind, and expect others to accept it,if the result doesn’t suit you!

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  15. @animalogic

    I had the quite unexpected, at the time, opportunity to be able to see the effects of a ‘no deal’, a year or so before Poland became an EU member.
    In hindsight unique, nobody at the time considered it possible that a country would ever decide to leave the EU.

    We had visited Szczecin, Stettin, in NW Poland, entering Poland by a local road, just four or five passenger cars before us.
    Polish is not a language I can speak, so at customs there was a slight misunderstanding, I thought all formalities were finished, and so drove on, calmly.
    Behind me hysterically shrieking Polish customs man, his hand moving towards his pistol.
    I saw it as a great joke, but my wife panicked.
    What we had not done, to this day I do not know.

    Anyhow, we left the, in former, German, times, great town, a few hours later, this time the four lane highway to the German border.
    Parking a French, more or less luxurious, convertible unguarded in the poverty we saw, had not expected, did not seem a good idea.
    Our German hotel owner was flabbergasted that we had dared to visit this, in his eyes, criminal town.

    Anyhow, I will never forget the view in my left side mirror, a row of lorries to the horizon.
    Where we had entered the highway it still was a few, maybe two, miles to the border.
    Delays at the border must have been days.

    Of course, after a real Brexit there will be all kinds of problems, people may even die, GB does not seem to produce insulin, as an example.
    But to see a ‘no deal’ Brexit as a calamity, nonsense, in my opinion.
    After two years anyone will ask ‘what was all the fuss about ?’.
    Possibly ‘why were we so stupid to subjugate ourselves to the monster for so long ?’.

    One more thing, a year or so later, Poland having become a EU member, we left Poland along the same highway.
    Three or four lorries waiting at the border.

    • Replies: @jim jones
  16. onebornfree says: • Website

    Robert Henderson says: “…The Deep State is often portrayed as a conspiracy. In fact, it is better thought of as a blind sociological event. There is no group of conscious conspirators, simply people being groomed to have the same opinions or at least saying they do….”

    “Because they are all ultimately funded via both direct and indirect theft [taxes], and counterfeiting [central bank monopolies], all governments are essentially, at their very cores, 100% corrupt criminal scams which cannot be “reformed”,”improved”, nor “limited” in scope, simply because of their innate criminal nature.” onebornfree

    “Government doesn’t work” Harry Browne

    “Taking the State wherever found, striking into its history at any point, one sees no way to differentiate the activities of its founders, administrators and beneficiaries from those of a professional-criminal class.” Albert J. Nock

    “Everything government touches turns to crap” Ringo Starr

    “The kind of man who wants the government to adopt and enforce his ideas is always the kind of man whose ideas are idiotic” H.L.Mencken

    “My first rule- I don’t believe anything the government tells me- nothing!- ZERO!” George Carlin

    Regards,onebornfree
    http://onebornfree-mythbusters.blogspot.com/

  17. m___ says:

    None of this should be a surprise. The sad truth: the central political question in all Western societies is—how far will the masses be able to control the naturally-abusive tendencies of the elite?

    Best conclusion possible, a needed conclusion to make sense of all and anything. Logical consequence, real journalism, media is meant to reverse engineer the layers of deceit imposed by any local power elites where-ever on the globe. That means independent financing, independent organizing, having more analytical and synthetical ability then the power elites, and steering the output over covert channels where the analysis can be put into action. Real guerilla war tactics.

    Consequently again, real decisions will be global, regardless, whether the concerned decision makers are the commoner or the elites. Such a shame that the French intent on speaking truth to power is not seen in this light by the global masses. Should we say, “the deplorable thinks “local”, the elites think “global”.

    Another consequence is the answer as to the potential of the local elites all over the globe, to quality steering. Not much, not well coordinated, big derivatives, restricted variables control. Seems the only thing the elites of power are capable of is beating the slur of the deplorables. “Man beats man, but cannot thump it’s nose as to the wider environment.” No value in historical models any longer, call them folklore. Post-history has arrived indeed,

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  18. Robert M says:

    Good article.

    The obsession exhibited by some with finding a single cigar-filled room full of freemasons / illuminati/ lizard people / etc is both counter-productive and irrelevant.

    “Big Immigration” is an industry and a very lucrative one. The evil it inflicts requires no centralized command, just lots of individual selfishness. As an analogy, across the globe, used-car-salesman act remarkably similarly, but their shitty behaviour also does not require a centralized command, just lots of individual selfishness.

    My only quibble is that I’m not convinced of the “Cultural Marxism” theory. I think many have been conned into thinking this is a left-wing-versus-right-wing, but I’m starting to think the Globalist-versus-nationalist axes has no relationship to left-v-right.

    Let me put it this way. I’m instinctively right wing, but if I had to choose between a left-wing-nationalist or a right-wing-globalist, these days I would now choose the LWN.

    The mass realignment of libertarians to populism suggests I’m not alone in that.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @skrik
    , @Skeptikal
    , @Dave Bowman
  19. Heros says:

    “The obsession exhibited by myself and others with ignoring centuries of cigar-filled rooms full of conspiring freemasons / illuminati/ jews / is proof that my opinion is irrelevant.”

    FIFY.

    “just lots of individual selfishness.”

    Since the Torah and Talmud clearly state that jews are god’s chosen people, that would make jews the planet’s most selfish people too, since they believe that god loves them the best.

    That the planet’s most selfish people have selfishly genocided hundreds of tribes and races of goyim and stolen their wealth and land, clearly there were immense amounts of individual selfishness involved too. This serial destruction of all non-jewish civilizations throughout history may be the pattern here, but there was far more racial selfishness, and loads of inbred selfish racial perversity involved too. We also must not forget to mention centuries of proof of the selfish hunger of jews for the blood of pre-pubescent European males.

    And you are on their side Robert, just like Trump. Good on ya!

    • Replies: @Robert M
  20. @animalogic

    And at the start of each new millennium all computers crash.

  21. eD says:

    I see the other commentators started quickly going off their meds in the way we all know and love on this site, but I appreciate a commentary on Brexit from a Leaver. Its really difficult to impossible to read anything on the situation, not just in the mainstream media but on internet blogs, that is not written from a Remain perspective, often a hardcore, public be damned Remain perspective.

  22. Robert M says:
    @Heros

    “The obsession exhibited by myself and others with ignoring centuries of cigar-filled rooms full of conspiring freemasons / illuminati/ jews / is proof that my opinion is irrelevant.”

    FIFY.

    blah blah blah

    Kooks like you were writing the same crap 50 years ago, so you might want to lay off calling anyone else “irrelevant” given your history of political impotence.

    And you are on their side Robert, just like Trump. Good on ya!

    I’m pr0-Brexit, pro-sovereignty, pro-Trump, pro-wall, anti-multiculturalism, anti-multilateralism and reject POC immigration to historically white countries… but yeah ok buddy, crack on.

    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @Heros
    , @Anon
  23. Carlos23 says:

    “the date for the UK’s leaving is fixed in an Act of Parliament.”

    This is not correct Parliament passed a bill back in december allowing it to take over, effectivlly preventing a no deal

    The EU have stated they are willing to extend art 50 and stated that the UK doesnt have to leave if it doesnt want to.

    Brexit will never happen its all theatre worked out on a road map in a smokey room to remain a long time ago

  24. Britain will never leave the Zionist EU as the EU is a stepping stone to a Zionist NWO and so the will of the British people is being subverted by both May and Parliament and so Brexit is not going to go through.

    Here in America we have another Zionist stepping stone being stealth put into place via open borders and unlimited illegal immigration pushed by the Zionists who control the U.S. government, and this stealth deal is to lower the living standard of the U.S. to third world status and then combine America and Canada and Mexico into the NORTH AMERICAN UNION with a common currency the AMERO, and thereby trap America into the Zionist NAU and another stepping stone to a Zionist NWO!

    Brexit is coming via the NAU to America , via Zionist Open Borders and the Zionist NWO!

  25. Renoman says:

    Nothing in this World is as corrupt and slimy as the British Parliament, nothing.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  26. Boris says:

    Great article.
    Thank you for exposing The Deep States attempts to derail Brexit

  27. Rurik says:
    @Heros

    ..that filter out the glaring evidence of white genocide and the project for greater Israel..

    ..the British are debt slaves who are about to be replaced with a new cross-mixed breed of slaves who are more compliant and easier to control..

    2. Both countries have very large populations of very black people continually committing very brutal crimes against whites

    with proper programming, the crimes are not always brutal, but I suppose death by AIDs can be less than celebratory.

    A link from the excellent website WRH.

    http://12160.info/profiles/blogs/simon-mol-has-slept-with-over-300-polish-girls-and-infected-over

    As you mention:

    4. Both countries have centuries of history of waging war using concentration camps, starvation, and barbaric bombing and gassing of civilian populations

    And both countries are feverishly indoctrinating their citizens, (especially the young) into believing that those crimes were and are being committed by the least powerful, most maligned demographic from the bottom of their societies; the native stock working class men. The dog-faces who died in the trenches of the banker’s relentless wars for Israel. They did it! And they continue to exhibit that same evil racism! as they’re shit on and replaced by the elites as the guilty ones!

    Like the victims of ‘concentration camps, starvation, and barbaric bombing’, those people in Waco were also similarly victims of the Fiend, and yet they’re the ones who get the blame for the children consumed in that very real holocaust.

    Slaughter civilians (for Israel), and then blame the crime on your own indigenous working class. And make them pay for it with a stain on their collective souls for all the crimes ‘they’ continue to commit in their hearts by refusing to be gay and celebrating diversity (their replacements) with sufficient enthusiasm.

    Brexit is simply the ethnic Brits attempt at surviving their pedophile elites agenda to humiliate and genocide them off the British isles.

    Ditto for the Yellow Vests and MAGA Americans.

    Most people have no idea who the ((Fiend)) is, or how its machinations work, that’s part of the genius of the Fiend, staying in the shadows. But they do know that their school children should not be subject to endemic gang rapes by middle aged immigrant men. With the full complicity of the authorities. That’s why Tommy Robinson is a hero in England’s working class quarters. Sure, he may be a zio-stooge and controlled opposition, but his message resonates with those people who have no voice but know that a fiend is stalking England, as surely as Jack the Ripper stalked prostitutes. But this fiend is a million times more sinister and gruesome, as it intends to subject the entire British people to an Old Testament vengeance the likes of which they simply can not fathom.

    Brexit is their nascent awakening to that very real and dire threat. Just like Yellow Vests and MAGA. It would be better if they knew from where the power of the Fiend emanates, and then set about destroy it.

    Here’s a guy who has a clue!

    • Replies: @Heros
    , @EliteCommInc.
  28. macilrae says:

    A good article. What we’ve seen in this process has been almost a textbook example of how not to negotiate – surprising when you consider how many legislators have a background in the practise of law where negotiation is life-blood. Doesn’t say much for their legal prowess.

    The way this has played out over the past two years has been like a game of poker where the onlookers insist that one of the players keep showing their hand – and then publicly commenting on it. Now we have a large block in parliament (including Jeremy Corbyn) demanding that Theresa May takes a “hard-Brexit” (i.e crash-out with no deal) off the table. That’s like a union leader going into a negotiation and saying “We are definitely never going to go on strike!” or like walking into a car salesroom with the words “Whatever happens I must have this car!” – and then trying to negotiate the price!

    Ideally the British public should have been prepared for the possibility of a no-deal exit right from the start – and all the preparations put in place with the public understanding the implications. Assuredly this would have been expensive but a successful final negotiation would, in large measure, have offset such expense.

    The problem is that Theresa May, poor thing, was simply not the person to lead the country through such turmoil – and, as well, she and a majority of her cabinet are anti-Brexit.

  29. Rurik says:
    @Robert M

    I’m pr0-Brexit, pro-sovereignty, pro-Trump, pro-wall, anti-multiculturalism, anti-multilateralism and reject POC immigration to historically white countries

    ‘And the reason I’m losing on every metric, to a nameless and faceless force in the world, HAS NOTHING whatsoever to do with Jewish supremacists who just happen to own virtually all the media and control all the universities of note, and control the issuance of money to my respective governments!!!!

    The ((Federal Reserve Bank)) has nothing to do with politics!!

    The ((ECB)) has nothing whatsoever to do with the EU! They are entirely separate and anyone who claims otherwise is a shape-shifting lizard person wearing a tinfoil hat!

    Huh?

    • Agree: Druid
  30. How many White-Christians are part of the Internatioanalists? And what is their motivation to undermine the societies into which they are born, bred and have prospered? Is it an economic incentive or a misguided religious one or some combination of both? And how can it be undone before it’s too late? Would it require a full-fledged, outright civil war or a negotiated settlement? Quo vadis?

  31. skrik says:
    @Robert M

    The obsession exhibited by some with finding a single cigar-filled room full of freemasons / illuminati/ lizard people / etc is both counter-productive and irrelevant

    No names, no pack-drill, eh? But unless the poisonous, parasitic worm is unmistakably identified then extirpated, the whole apple-barrel will inevitably go rotten – err, ever more rotten. Proof by inspection.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
  32. Tyrion 2 says:
    @skrik

    What is wrong with you?

  33. Anon[173] • Disclaimer says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    Because that’s not how democracy works.

    Brexiters can and do rightfully “feel entitled to complain” because they have not yet received the result that they voted for. They did not vote for a process, but for a result.

    You do not get to rescind the results of that vote based on a current failure of process that is out of their hands. The UK, as a whole, simply must deliver on the very specific demand (result) of that vote no matter how long it takes or at what cost. That’s how democracy works.

    The Remainers, using an argument such as yours on the other hand, would be citing a de facto process victory even though there was no agreement on said hypothetical process penalty; there was only a vote on a result.

    Since this is the case, we can point out that the Remain leaders “showed how hopeless their preparation” for the Brexit vote was by not including a clause that any referendum outcome would have time or other process limitations to be implemented, on the pain of a new referendum.

    Because that would have given you an actual platform instead of an imaginary one. I generally have to have similar conversations only with my very young kids about agreements, commitments, and results. The time to negotiate is always at the time of the agreement, and not after. They well know this. Why don’t you?

    It sucks for your party to be so utterly incompetent and at the same time for Remainers not to have the IQ to know why their and your current position is that of a monkey, or at best a toddler. It certainly isn’t that of an adult. I know and empathize.

    You will do better by simply sticking to reading the Guardian, rather than attempting to argue nonsensically. For my kids, the equivalent would be watching Sesame Street and taking their medicine rather than argue.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  34. Heros says:
    @Rurik

    Its hard for me to judge what the “English People” really think, although I do know that Brexit is extremely divisive. All the Brit expats have little to gain and lots to loose from Brexit. Millenial’s are claiming that selfish British boomers are selling out England so that they can have a comfortable retirement in the south of France. Welfare parasites and socialists are definitely going to be pro-EU.
    A devaluation of the pound obviously hurts an expat Brit more than someone living in the country outside of London. Britain also has millions of dual citizens with primary loyalty not to England. Many from the colonies, many from Israel.

    What we really have here is a dog-fight. It is up for the authentic Brits to take control and assert their Bulldog heritage and reassert ownership of the country. Germany was in precisely the same situation in 1933, and now Brexit looks eerily similar to the betrayals of the Dolchstoss, Armistice and Versailles in 1918/19.

    All I can hope is that England goes into lockdown and the troops turn against the government, and the entire leadership ends up with their heads on pikes on London Bridge. I doubt that will happen though.

  35. Heros says:
    @Robert M

    Rather than waste time on snarky comments, why don’t we try to find something we can agree on.

    1. Who brought down 3 gigantic skyscrapers at the WTC with 2 jets on Sept 11, 2001?

    2. How many jews died at the hands of the Germans from 1941-45?

    My answers:

    1. Mossad with help from world wide ZOG.

    2. From the Red Cross: 282,077

    • Agree: Miro23
    • Replies: @ANON
    , @Frau HausMaus
    , @Druid
  36. @Rurik

    moat of the debt owed by the US is owned by its citizens.

    but he was humorous.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  37. Anon[155] • Disclaimer says:
    @Robert M

    I’m pr0-Brexit, pro-sovereignty, pro-Trump, pro-wall, anti-multiculturalism, anti-multilateralism and reject POC immigration to historically white countries… but yeah ok buddy, crack on.

    You don’t get to be all of those things and be consistent with Jewish support. To state otherwise is to know nothing about them / their religion.

    A close reading of the Old Testament, in full, as well as what of their Zohar is in English would quickly convince you of that absolute fact.

    No need to read any so called conspiracy websites. No need to even read their Talmud (but you can). Simply read their Tanakh, which is available with commentary (be sure to click on the appropriate buttons to turn it on) on the Chabad website.

    Then if you feel like reading some extra fine spiritual and genocidal racism then read their Zohar (the only English translation of any of it is available on Kindle for about one dollar).

    Their religion, in its public mainstream form, dictates that you will lack sovereignty, lack a wall, lack a nationalist ‘prince’, have no national identity, and that’s if you don’t get outright genocided: which is actually what their books eventually call for.

    The ‘monotheist’ structure of their religion is actually a coded structure for your genocide (with some slaves remaining to serve). This is not interpretation, but fact as dictated by their books. Again, if you don’t this than you don’t know enough to have an opinion.

    If you know this and resolve to love or otherwise protect the Jews anyway, then that is another matter. However, again, they are theologically bound to never allow you to have any of the things that you support. Their religion has been specifically constructed to take them away, and is in fact the philosophical structure that is the foundation of our current predicament.

    You can suffer with Stockholm Syndrome, but do not expect the rest of us to agree to be contaminated by it. I’ll leave you with a quote by Martin Luther who, no offense, has a bit more theological credibility than do you:

    On the Jews and their Lies by Martin Luther, Chapter 13

    Further, they presume to instruct God and prescribe the manner in which he is to redeem them. For the Jews, these very learned saints, look upon God as a poor cobbler equipped with only a left last for making shoes. This is to say that he is to kill and exterminate all of us Goyim through their Messiah, so that they can lay their hands on the land, the goods, and the government of the whole world. And now a storm breaks over us with curses, defamation, and derision that cannot be expressed with words. They wish that sword and war, distress and every misfortune may overtake us accursed Goyim. They vent their curses on us openly every Saturday in their synagogues and daily in their homes. They teach, urge, and train their children from infancy to remain the bitter, virulent, and wrathful enemies of the Christians.

    • Replies: @Druid
  38. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @Wizard of Oz

    Brexit leaders showed how hopeless their preparation for Brexit was (they didn’t even realise that giving the Article 50 notice left the UK without negotiating power).

    Negotiating power. For what?

    They just wanted to get the fuck out of the anti-democratic EU.

    With an EU trade surplus with the UK of $11 billion a year, what’s to negotiate? The Europeans have more to lose than the Brits by interrupting trade with the UK, so why would they do it? Only if they see trade as a weapon of political coercion. Of course if the Euros want WWIII, then I suppose they might try coercion by trade, but that would surely lead to escalation.

    • Replies: @jilles dykstra
  39. Rurik says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    moat of the debt owed by the US is owned by its citizens.

    yea, and the Fed returns all the money it doesn’t need at the end of the year to the US Treasury

    HAHAhahahh HAhHaha

    your idiocy is like telling people the Carbon Tax will be returned to the people

    Whhooo boy!

    {agree with Heros, especially Tony Blair’s head un a pike).

  40. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @animalogic

    The author appears to embrace the totally exploded myth that the UK can simply no-deal it, then rely on WTO rules etc.

    Exploded myth? LOL. Powerful argument that.

    But if it were the case that the Frogs refuse sell the Brits anymore Champagne, no doubt the Americans will be ready to supply a reasonable decent California fake at half the price. And if the Germans refuse to sell the Brits any more BMWs and Mercs, Ford and GM will surely be ready to supply an American-made vehicle of reasonable reliability.

    As for being “integrated into EU rules,” it will be great for the British fishing industry to be disintegrated from EU rules, as that will give them back their rich fishing grounds exploited, under EU rules, by all and sundry.

    It’s almost impossible to express the calamity of a no-deal.

    So it would seem, based on your attempt.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  41. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @skrik

    These so-called ‘leaders’ are traitors to both us, we the people and our entire planet.

    Quite right, and Thereason May should remember that Parliament is sovereign. If they like, they can order Ms. May to be taken to the Tower, there to have her head severed from her shoulders.

    A bit of head-chopping will do wonders for the patriotism of the British elite.

  42. windwaves says:
    @animalogic

    at times, even calamities are a necessity. I think this is an obvious example. Mae is a disaster as she attempts to do a deal where a deal is not possible because the EU will not offer anything resembling a deal. The EU simply cannot allow it. The EU is a conglomerate of clowns themselves, a criminal organization that should be dismantled yesterday.

  43. England must exit the prison house of nations called the European Union.

    England must cut Scotland loose. England must dissolve the United Kingdom.

    The ruling classes of Europe and the globalized plutocracy uses the EU as a smokescreen to destroy national sovereignty by means of transnational subterfuge. The English ruling class uses the EU as a cover to do things they don’t want to be responsible for. The ruling class in the United States uses the American Empire and the “global community” as cover to do things they don’t want to be responsible for.

    Trump’s election and the English vote to leave the EU were counter-attacks against the evil ruling classes in England and the United States.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Prusmc
  44. peterAUS says:
    @m___

    Pretty much.

    Especially:

    Logical consequence, real journalism, media is meant to reverse engineer the layers of deceit imposed by any local power elites where-ever on the globe. That means independent financing, independent organizing, having more analytical and synthetical ability then the power elites, and steering the output over covert channels where the analysis can be put into action. Real guerilla war tactics.
    Consequently again, real decisions will be global, regardless, whether the concerned decision makers are the commoner or the elites.

    And, especially, my bold:

    …such a shame that the French intent on speaking truth to power is not seen in this light by the global masses. Should we say, “the deplorable thinks “local”, the elites think “global”.

    The crux of the matter.
    Well, there have been some (weak) initiatives. Bannon recently in Europe, for example. But, true, too little.

    You know, that idea of yours you’ve mentioned here several times so far (hehe…and which most here simply didn’t register…) IS good.
    You’d expect that to already work in fact. Today’s technology can do it in a couple of months.
    And, that is interesting. I am sure that local elites are aware of that and know it. And, yet, they, obviously, haven’t done anything about it. Makes you think, a?

    My theory: uncomfortable, for the lower strata (around 60 % of society). Elites always stick to each other more than to their local masses. Class thing I am afraid. A fellow named Marx mentioned that a while ago.
    Actually…………was happening before too (before capitalism, that is).
    Joan of Arc, William Wallace etc.

    Too much of power of the masses, well, could very well erode, even take away the power of local elites.

    Bottom line, your idea is a very good tool.
    But, we still lack a good vision.

    Hehe…hope I made some sense.

  45. Pindos says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    Remainders – We vote until when win then it’s final.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  46. Naturally Crooks are sitting in Brussels. They want to levy as much punishment on English financial and as much trade restrictions on English as they can. This is totally disgusting behavior of Brussels.

  47. Skeptikal says:
    @Robert M

    “I think many have been conned into thinking this is a left-wing-versus-right-wing, but I’m starting to think the Globalist-versus-nationalist axes has no relationship to left-v-right.

    Let me put it this way. I’m instinctively right wing, but if I had to choose between a left-wing-nationalist or a right-wing-globalist, these days I would now choose the LWN.”

    this seems to me to be an extremely important point: the increasing irrelevance and even counterproductivity of the left/right paradigm.
    Both supposedly left and right have a globaslist wing and a nationalist wing.
    So that creates a Venn diagram where traditionally progressive beliefs can be combined with either nationalism or globalism, and traditoinally conservative to reactionary beliefs and convictions can also be combined with either globalism or nationalism—but, just with different features of these than the traditional progressives. This is what is making the current political moment so interesting. The old paradigms really do no apply and a new paradigm is in the process of being born.

    In this new paradigm both progressive and conservative beliefs are “filtered” through the prism of both globalism and nationalism, and vice versa. Globalism and nationalism likewise are filtered through “progressive” and “conservative” beliefs. The mentally sluggish are stuck with unusable combinations of ideas. The mentally nimble are working out how the new paradigm functions. How to translate it into effective political action seems to be to be the challenge of the current moment.

    To express the new cross-cutting across various grain in an extreme fashion: Is there any way at all in which Trump can be called a progressive? Yes! If he means it about the Syria pullout and diminishing American military adventurism around the globe, that is a part of the traditional progressive agenda. Although erstwhile conservatives who are now neos decry this as isolationism. Thetraditoinal left is equally confused. Their big mistake was to miss, so far, the New Paradigm boat and go after Trump in every single detail. It is an intellectual failure as much as anything else .

  48. peterAUS says:
    @Skeptikal

    Good comment.
    Especially:

    The old paradigms really do no apply and a new paradigm is in the process of being born.

    Globalism and nationalism likewise are filtered through “progressive” and “conservative” beliefs. The mentally sluggish are stuck with unusable combinations of ideas. The mentally nimble are working out how the new paradigm functions. How to translate it into effective political action seems to be to be the challenge of the current moment.

    And, the most important, re that new paradigm:

    ….It is an intellectual failure as much as anything else .

    Including alt-right I am afraid. Or, better, alt-Light.

  49. ANON[421] • Disclaimer says:
    @Heros

    This a succinct comment it should be immortalized in stone.
    I’m a 100% (sorry ancestry.com tells me I’m 96%) ashkenazi (2% Swedish, 2% central asian)
    so as an architect as well I feel well qualified to inform all you gentiles the following:
    our tribe is so cohesive and dedicated to the fiction of the “jewish people” that they will do everything without limit to get their way. “The Invention of the Jewish People”by Shlomo Sand tells it like it is.

    3000 died by controlled demolition in the biggest false flag in history.
    And furthermore, with that awesome bell curve IQ trajectory of ours and control of banking
    in Western civilization we fooled you into building all those “holocaust” museums all over the place.
    But the WASP deep state helped by diverting the fighter jets to Alaska, etc.
    In conclusion, poor Jews get blamed for everything but guess what they did do that sinister stuff.

    • Replies: @Heros
  50. Prusmc says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    What ever happened to the UKIP?

  51. Miro23 says:
    @jim jones

    @ jilles dykstra

    Lilly produces insulin in the UK:

    And the British can no doubt produce a lot of the other things, and trade for whatever else they need. After a long acquaintance, I don’t know any more creative and talented (but argumentative) group of people in the world (and BTW they founded the United States).

    They were always uncomfortable with EU control, and they came up with Brexit when the Zio-Glob took control of European project and introduced Neo-Liberal open frontiers and uncontrolled outsourcing.

    If necessary, they will no doubt come out on the street, and physically reclaim their government offices, but we haven’t got there yet.

  52. Zan says:
    @Skeptikal

    the birth of globalism is really a result of the two wars.

    for good or bad, hard to imagine Nationalisms cooperating to fight a single global threat while remaining true nationalisms.

    the new threat is climate change.

    what is better disposed to combat AGW…nationalisms or internationalisms?

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  53. @Renoman

    In terms of corruption and sliminess, American Congress would beat British parliament any say of the week, and twice on Sunday.

  54. @Zan

    The new threat is actually WWIII. As globalist thieves appear to be making it more likely, nationalisms would be better suited to combat it.

  55. Leavers demonstrated that they knew how to criticize but had no vision for the future.

    No Leaver contested for the post of Prime Minister.
    May appointed Leavers to all key Brexit positions.
    Davis then Raab to negotiate terms
    Johnson as Foreign Secretary
    Gove, eventually, to Agriculture
    Fox to Trade
    Farage and Banks abandoned UKIP

    They did not cooperate. They shared no vision. Davis was spectacularly uninformed to even hold an opinion on the EU far less campaign against it for 20 years. He was also spectacularly lazy and incompetent. After two years he had done nothing forcing May to take over at short notice to get things moving. Leave was built on being negative about the EU. There is still no unity on the form of a “WTO” Brexit. Rees-Mogg wants a relatively ordered shift, Redwood just wants a crash out. Leave was in control until the Chequers meeting.

    Leave has not lost control because of some shadowy elite (they are on the whole, more part of the elite than a vicar’s daughter). Leave has no vision. They are united in criticism, divided in progress. They are not prepared to compromise with each other, never mind the half of the country that wanted to Remain.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  56. anon[504] • Disclaimer says:

    Maybe the chain smoking, beer swilling Nigel Farage was put in place to subtly blackwash Leave, but it went over the voters heads anyway.
    Something similar happened in Australia’s Republic Referendum in 1999.
    Unpopular P.M. John Howard was the only prominent person to oppose a ”Yes” vote for a Republic, but his only stated reason for doing so was how much he respected the Queen.
    Enough people ignored his shenanigans, and the Republic was voted down anyway.

  57. peterAUS says:
    @Philip Owen

    Leavers demonstrated that they knew how to criticize but had no vision for the future.

    They shared no vision.

    Leave has no vision. They are united in criticism, divided in progress.

    Oh yes.

    How the Brits are going to “muddle this through” will be interesting to watch.
    Or, perhaps, nothing to watch at all.

  58. they are deliberately trying to sabotage it

    • Agree: DESERT FOX
  59. Art says:

    The sad truth: the central political question in all Western societies is—how far will the masses be able to control the naturally-abusive tendencies of the elite?

    The Western middleclass needs an honest aggregator of world news that is NOT Jewish. Nothing good will occur until that happens.

    Right now, we must to go to RT, Sputnik, Press TV to get creditable world news negative to Jew interests. But those blogs also have their bias.

    Perhaps the UNZ Review could generate an Unz World News Page – that used unpaid trusted writers to assess and report on world events from where they are happening, as they are happening. This would require a dedicated editor(s).

    Think Peace — Art

    p.s. Drudge is a biased Jew – he does not publish news negative to Israel.

  60. @Wizard of Oz

    Why should those who voted for Brexit and haven’t changed their minds feel entitled to complain if … a majority of enrolled voters vote in a referendum to show that the UK has, as an individual can, changed its mind?

    The precedent that would be set by the holding of a second referendum would be nearly catastrophic. Next time there is a referendum on something, immediately both camps would be doubting the legitimacy of the eventual result (whichever way it goes) because there could be a second referendum later. There would be no certainty after the first referendum. There would be a large degree of paralysis in public life and in the private sector.

    The UK has no viable alternative but to implement the result of the referendum which was to leave the EU, no matter the “cost”. There was a long campaign and all the issues were canvassed. Both campaigning camps made clear that “leave” meant leaving the customs union.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  61. Agent76 says:

    Jan 17, 2019 The Controlled Demolition of Brexit

    May’s Government Survives No Confidence Vote

    Sep 19, 2000 Euro-federalists financed by US spy chiefs

    The documents confirm suspicions voiced at the time that America was working aggressively behind the scenes to push Britain into a European state. One memorandum, dated July 26, 1950, gives instructions for a campaign to promote a fully fledged European parliament.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/1356047/Euro-federalists-financed-by-US-spy-chiefs.html

  62. @animalogic

    Unfortunately, the UK is totally integrated into EU rules AND regulations: that is, the million & one Reg’s applying to everything — customs/borders, fisheries, aircraft/transport etc, etc, etc.

    This makes no sense to me. Why would the UK depend on foreign regulations. Keep the ones you like, and chuck the rest. That’s the benefit of sovereignty.

    Australia, Canada, the U.S. do just fine without EU regulations. All this fuss to avoid paying a 3% tariff (which you could make up by charging your own).

    And once you’re out, the EU will eventually come crawling to invite you back.

    I just don’t get the sturm und drang going on over there about Brexit.

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
  63. apollonian says: • Website

    Proverbial “Cat” Is “Out Of Bag”: Globalism Is Dead Man Walking

    Here’s the article’s tell-tale, most palpable lie, and there are surely others too, but this is most un-forgivable:

    The Deep State is often portrayed as a conspiracy. In fact, it is better thought of as a blind sociological event. There is no group of conscious conspirators, simply people being groomed to have the same opinions or at least saying they do.

    For the “deep-state” is built around and behind the fundamental existential criminal enterprise, the central-bank of issue which is literally LEGALIZED COUNTERFEITING–which gives the conspirators nearly INFINITE funding by which to out-spend everyone else–why/how they OWN nearly every politician and judge–owning practically EVERYTHING and everybody.

    Thus, as the central-bank is a MONOPOLY, it funds and controls an entire complex of monopolies, including now “big-tech,” “big-Pharma,” presently now poisoning everyone, the Jews-media, and others too.

    Tragedy is simple seeming thing as MONEY is actually abstract, and the over-populated goons, morons, scum, inferiors, and weaklings, that have grown-up can’t, don’t, and won’t figure it out. So we’re doomed–doomed to inevitable economic collapse, currency collapse, and those wishing to survive must PLAN carefully.

    Real money is not same as CURRENCY, currency being nearly infinite, having no “intrinsic”-value, like the best real money, gold/silver. See Mises.org; use their site search-engine.

    So one sees present society/economy is built upon criminal-enterprise, monopoly, FRAUD–a SATANIC institution chugging along upon explicit Agenda-21 and -2030 GENOCIDE–what could be MORE satanic?

    Note then, “Satanism” is not really, at root, “religious” or even mystic–it’s simple, straight-forward PHILOSOPHY, extreme subjectivism, subject holding reality is product of mentality/consciousness, making subject God, the creator–Satanism by definition. Beyond this basic philosophy and definitional nature, Satanism can indeed get quite “religious” and mystic (esp. in form of simple numerology, for example), but basically, at root, it’s simple–why it gets by so many stupid puke who insist everything is soooo goddam complex.

    So who then rules and dominates among Satanists?–the most COLLECTIVISTIC, colluding most closely, most dedicated, committed, and ORGANIZED–co-operating in most sublime and effective “group-think,” thus controlling and leading all the other goyim, more isolated, “individualist” Satanists/subjectivists who vastly outnumber these collectivistic Satanists.

    So observe what MUST HAPPEN: there are sooooo many over-populated goons who REFUSE to think, that some horror and catastrophe MUST happen which will kill-off and “cull,” so to speak, evermore stupid scum–UNTIL a survivable REMNANT decides to organize to doing something useful and practical to save themselves, families, and civilization.

    Further, the satanic masterminds at the top must also begin to falling-out, as “there’s no honor among thieves,” the masterminds becoming evermore un-comfortable as they see the untermensch dying-off, the masterminds suspecting they might be next to be double-crossed and placed on “chopping-block.”

    Observe this “falling-out” seems to be what’s happened to the “globalist” leftists-“atheists” who are presently shrieking so hysterically about Trump and “nationalist” “neo-cons” who betrayed them–either that or it’s a great ACT they’re putting-on, eh?

    Anyway, the “globalist” conspiracy is absolutely now out-of-the-bag, and EVERYONE (for practical purposes) KNOWS IT. Just goes to show the old CONFEDERATE states of America idea was absolutely correct–John C. Calhoun was magnificent prophet–they were just a little before their time, evidently. And note there are still SIMPLE things real patriots can still do quite easily–like NULLIFICATION, secession, etc.–see TenthAmendmentCenter.com.

  64. dvorak says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    they didn’t even realise that giving the Article 50 notice left the UK without negotiating power

    What, pray tell, is ‘negotiating power’, you gasbag?

    Is it like Big Dick Energy?

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  65. @Skeptikal

    Good comment. Left-Right was an outdated paradigm already.

    When one overlays Populism vs. Elitism, Globalism vs. Nationalism, Progressivism vs. Libertarianism, and Identity Politics vs. Individualism, you really have a witch’s brew of legitimate combinations.

    Maybe the best historical analog is 1848, when everyone recognized the old aristocratic order was coming to an end but no one could agree as to what should replace it.

  66. Anonymous[261] • Disclaimer says:

    I give a fuck about Politics long as my powder dry, dick wet & belly full.

    If your miss’s belly full cuz of me, that’s a bonus. Cuck boi!

  67. @padre

    True, psychologically, but logically there can be no suggestion that it is undemocratic or against any set of established legal or moral rules that, after the representatives of the winners have had their chance to make a complex situation look like what was hoped for, and failed, the deciding voters who set those unsuccessful efforts in train should be given a chance to give their verdict on the newly established factual situation and reverse the previous verdict.

  68. Just one question… Is it worth voting UKIP, or just another establishment plant designed to soak up gullible nationalist votes?

  69. @Skeptikal

    The left is inherently internationalist. Nation is part of the right-wing. The terms have just been diluted. The free market neoliberals are antithetical to the right-wing, since they care noting for traditions and communities.

  70. @Tyrion 2

    As an outsider without personal skin in the game I was faintly pro Brexit but my London based English relations were appalled.

    While your points impressed me at first glance, on reflection not so much. And anyway don’t add up to a reason for not putting it back to the voters. I don’t see a problem, on a long view, of the Brexiteers doing the kind of preparation I was talking about (not as in your Third point) which is before any resolution to exit. It would, apart from anything else, keep up the pressure on Brussels.

    Your first point is answered by the general point that political promises shouldn’t be called or regarded as promises but merely as statements of objectives that would be aimed at and worked for in good faith.

    Your second is valid only up to the point where you also recognise, as much weightier, that, after the initial shock, the other 27 were bound to recognise how little bargaining power the UK had.

    As to your Fourth which is a different kind of point, I don’t think the predictions of catastrophe were “lies” or in bad faith. Probably just wrong like the people who lost money by selling shares when Trump won the Presidency. In any event, the lies about the NHS, inter alia, by the Brexiteers were, I gather, just as bad.

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  71. lavoisier says: • Website
    @jilles dykstra

    I interpret the Merkel Macron talks about an EU army in this way, the army is not for fighting outside the EU, but for suppression of insurrections inside.

    Completely agree. The traitorous bastards are getting scared–as they should be.

  72. Druid says:
    @Heros

    Yup. Totally agree. The BS from yhe Ziofascists is deep. And I’m sick of it

  73. Nonny says:
    @Skeptikal

    I have always been skeptical of the Left-Right spectrum. It assumes moral values go in clusters, that e.g. if you have compassion for some poor person you support same-sex marriage, or if you want to succeed in your business you support bombing Iran. Ain’t necessarily so. Independent thought on every topic is possible.

  74. @CanSpeccy

    The Europeans have more to lose than the Brits by interrupting trade with the UK, so why would they do it?

    True, the citizens of the EU member states have a lot to lose.
    Jobs of 100.000 German workers in the automobile industry for example are at stake.

    The problem is that the EU clique loses when GB leaves without the obligation of free movement and settlement, in this case the clique can forget the Fourth Reich they want to establish.
    This Fourth Reich is just possible after destruction of the cultures of the EU member states, this destruction is only possible through massive movements of people, inside the EU, and from outside the EU.

    What will happen now I do not know.
    The interesting political battle, in the next few months, in case of a hard Brexit, thus massive job losses in Germany, France, Netherlands, and more countries, of course, will be ‘who gets the blame ?’.
    Will the EU clique be blamed, with the pro EU citizens and institutions in the member states, or will GB be blamed ?

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  75. Heros says:
    @ANON

    As an open holohoax “denier”, I am often called an anti-semite, and indeed I could be locked up for my opinions.

    I don’t consider myself to be anti-semitic. My childhood best friend was a jew, he’s the one who already had a playboy collection in the late ’60’s when I was still pre-teen, and he’s the one who got me to smoke hash for the first time when I crashed my ’62 beetle with him in the passenger seat (no one hurt, drove the car for another year although it was never square again).

    You write:

    “in Western civilization we fooled you into building all those “holocaust” museums all over the place.”

    Wow, a woke jew. Does this make you a jewish holocaust denier? It would seem so, good on ya.

    But the WASP deep state helped by diverting the fighter jets to Alaska, etc.

    WASP is a piss poor pejorative for goyim invented by jews that is redundant too. (Anglo-Saxon=>White). Like the holocaust museums that you scorn, it is a jewish mind control trick to project jewish guilt back onto goyim.

    In conclusion, poor Jews get blamed for everything but guess what they did do that sinister stuff.

    “Jews get blamed for everything” is another typical jewish canard. We goyim have to continually self-censor and can be locked up in a cage for mentioning the truth about jews. This is why goyim do not know many other important facts about historic jewish depravity like the opium trade, the slave trade, the alcohol business, vodka production in Tsarist times, and the big kahuna: blood sacrifice.

    The fact is that the last time jews were blamed and punished for their collective behavior was probably the Spanish Inquisition. Since it was the jews who had opened the gates to muslims in Granada, Cordoba, etc, the jews should have been treated the same as the jews treated the amaleks. But they never really took the blame for millions of dead Christians at the hands of the Muslims, they just scattered across Europe and the New World and continued on with their devious plots and scams.

  76. eD says:

    This is one of the few comments, appearing on a fairly dry technical politics site, that makes the argument about Britain leaving the EU that I had thought was pretty obvious:

    https://www.electoralcalculus.co.uk/libleave_blog.html#refO0

    Basically it is that the best course for the UK post referendum was just to leave the EU without a deal, get through all the horrible “disruption”the globalists keep warning us about, then provided it didn’t turn out to be so bad (it probably wouldn’t have), approach the EU from the outside about a trade deal. The reason for doing it this way is that the British bargaining position would have been much stronger, since they would have proved that they could have survived without a deal if needed.

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    , @Tyrion 2
  77. @Hypnotoad666

    “This makes no sense to me. Why would the UK depend on foreign regulations. Keep the ones you like, and chuck the rest. That’s the benefit of sovereignty.”

    You take what you need and you leave the rest

    England out of the EU and England kill the UK is best

    Patriotism vs Globalization

    Remember, globalism is the nation-killing, sovereignty-sapping ideology and globalization is the laws and edicts and corrupt governments that transforms globalism into nation-wrecking action.

    The globalizers are aware that all the energy and dynamism is on the side of the Patriots and the globalized plutocrats are about to get slaughtered.

    Rothschild banker whore Macron is a treasonous rat globalizer and the Yellow Vest Patriots are good people who love France.

    Macron doesn’t love France; as a matter of fact, Macron has said that there is no such thing as France.

    Death To The Globalizers!

    Long Live The Patriots!

  78. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @jilles dykstra

    The interesting political battle, in the next few months, in case of a hard Brexit …

    Thereason May is still maneuvering to avoid that. And she is backed by most Conservative MPs, whose only problem is that mostly their constituents want out, so they must cloak their intentions.

    It looks like a second vote is seen as the best way of avoiding the consequences of the first — probably with multiple options to minimize the likelihood of a Brexit majority.

    Maybe a Yellow Vest insurrection will affect the course of events, but if the demonstrators appear to have traction, they will likely be discredited by a false-flag atrocity, proving that leavers are scum and terrorists.

  79. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @eD

    Basically it is that the best course for the UK post referendum was just to leave the EU without a deal, get through all the horrible “disruption”the globalists keep warning us about, then provided it didn’t turn out to be so bad (it probably wouldn’t have), approach the EU from the outside about a trade deal.

    They don’t need and shouldn’t seek a trade deal.

    Trade deals are conspiracies to restrict freedom of trade. The big corporations and industry associations lobby their government to insure terms favorable to themselves at the expense of the public. Each side has its clients to satisfy. The deal is then made on the basis of what market rigging you want in exchange for the market rigging we want. The outcome is then announced as a great achievement rather than, what it is, a conspiracy against the public of both parties.

    They should undertake to trade freely with the EU except insofar as there are industries that need protection in the national interest. If the Euros then impose obnoxious tariffs or other restraints, the Brits should simply play tit-for-tat, a game the Euros, as the party with the trade surplus, are bound to lose.

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  80. @CanSpeccy

    I think you forget the importance of London, and specifically London as a financial centre, to UK GDP, National Income, whatever. Do you regard its business as adequately protected by WTO rules?

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  81. Tyrion 2 says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    As an outsider without personal skin in the game I was faintly pro Brexit but my London based English relations were appalled.

    The vote was appalorable.

    Regardless, there were no lies about the NHS and saying the NHS would get more money is not the same thing as your own Treasury pretending that there’ll be immediate economic catastrophe, being proved wrong, pretending it again, being proved wrong and then repeating the process ad nauseam.

    That money will now be spent by our government and it is up to our democracy to allocate it.

    Nor is there is any discrepancy in “negotiating power”. The “27” are utterly incoherent and are not even negotiating partners. In theory, a mutually beneficial deal should be simple as it is hardly a zero sum game. In reality, the other side are the unaccountable bureaucrats in Brussels who don’t give a fig about the actual interests of the 27. And it is those idiots your relations want us to remain under.

    For the government to be accountable to the people, the people need to be somewhat coherent. There is no coherent “people” across the EU, so there’ll never be accountable government.

    In other words, we had no influence in the EU. We also had no negotiating power. It is an illusion for mental midgets who thinks in vague metaphors like “sitting at the top table” or whatever else let’s them think “dinner, fancy food, yay!”

    Naturally, they also think the number one manifesto promise from less than 2 years ago for all major parties is meaningless.

    What’s most hilarious about another vote is that it will make them hated. And they’ll lose disastrously. There’s nothing like having the apparatus of the state on your side for a vote and it has now been switched sides (to the side that won before). Lol. Will they call for best of 5 after they go for best of 3? Or will they realise that you won’t be able to visit much of the rest of the country and say you’re ” from London” if they do this?

    I suppose this is the most frustrating bit of it. That those calling for another vote are so arrogantly delusional that they think they’ll win. They think of course they win because of course they’re right. They do not listen. To be fair, they just think what they do for status and that they’re right because they have status. What they don’t understand is that the last one was only close because they had all major social and economic institutions, bar a few newspapers, firmly on their side, and they still lost. They also ran a burnt earth campaign of outrageous doom and gloom that has been shown to be lies concocted for “the proles”.

    It wasn’t the strength of their arguments that got them to 48%, it was the weight of institutional power. They’ll be flattened without it and utterly discredited. Cretins.

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  82. Heros says:

    Here is another scary link between Brexit and Maga from Mike Adams:

    “…
    With the help of anti-Trump insiders, they are planning to stage a physical coup to arrest and handcuff the President, then “perp walk” him in front of CNN’s cameras in a staged, theatrical ploy to make the president look guilty even when it’s the treasonous traitors who are the guilty ones.

    The imminent death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has accelerated the timeline of the anti-Trumpers throughout the deep state and the poisonous media. They have been ordered to pull out all the stops and do anything and everything necessary to eliminate Trump before Ginsburg is removed from the Supreme Court. Rumors are circulating that Ginsburg is already dead and that her death is being covered up to provide enough time for the deep state to arrest and remove President Trump from office.

    Simultaneously, the evil tech giants have gone into full-blown censorship mode and have transformed into rogue tech companies that conspire to silence all pro-America, pro-Trump speech across the ‘net. It has become an urgent national security matter to now arrest the CEOs of Google, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other tech giants, as they are now committing treason on a daily basis…”

    So if Trump is impeached, assassinated or suicided we can expect a very strong reaction in the US. This could happen simultaneous to Brexit eruptions and might precipitate a crises across the planet, but with the collapse running under the control of the same old anglo-zionists. There is a lot of circumstantial evidence to indicate that both Trump and May have been set up as fall guys in order to insulate themselves from the collapse and complete Noahide take over of the former Anglo-American dual oligarchic empire, just as with the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1918. This could easily be spread to Europe through bank bail-ins and capital controls.

    Trump knowingly adds to the furor by his tweets and by saying things like “The economy is going to crash if I am impeached”. Also not to be forgotten is how he so willing took credit for this perverted bubble economy when he first came into office, and is continuing to take credit today. He continually appoints deep state scum like Pompeo, Sessions, Mattis, Hailey, you name it. They all are direct contradictions to everything he campaigned and was elected for.

    Many revisionists insist that Hitler was an agent of the Rothschilds and the illuminati. I personally find it hard to believe that Hitler would have deceived and betrayed his people in such a manner, or Trump either.

    But then again, I never joined a secret brotherhood or took any oaths to babylonian demons.

    • Agree: Cloak And Dagger
  83. Tyrion 2 says:
    @eD

    I agree but 20/20 hindsight is everything.

  84. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @Wizard of Oz

    Do you regard its business as adequately protected by WTO rules?

    Absolutely. And if the banks move to Frankfurt, so much the worse for Germany. But London, instead of being a gathering place for the plutocratic scoundrels of the world, can then go back to being what it was before Britain succumbed to the money power, a manufacturing power house.

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  85. CanSpeccy says:
    @Tyrion 2

    “we had no influence in the EU. We also had no negotiating power. It is an illusion for mental midgets who thinks in vague metaphors like “sitting at the top table” … LOL

    The real reason Britain joined the EEC:

  86. @CanSpeccy

    London “a manufacturing powerhouse”? When was that? At least when was London manufacturing last more important to the economy than the City of London? 17th century?

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  87. CanSpeccy says: • Website
    @Wizard of Oz

    London “a manufacturing powerhouse”? When was that? At least when was London manufacturing last more important to the economy than the City of London? 17th century?

    For the 19th and much of the 20th centuries London was a major manufacturing centre (see Manufacturing in London), with over 1.5 million industrial workers in 1960. Manufacturing suffered dramatic decline from the 1960s on.[83] Entire industries have been lost including shipbuilding (which ended in 1912 after hundreds of years with the closure of the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company), consumer electronics, aircraft manufacture and most of the vehicle construction industry. This trend continues, with the loss of the pharmaceutical manufacturing sites of Aesica (formerly Merck Sharp and Dohme) at Ponders End in 2011,[84][85] and Sanofi-Aventis (originally May & Baker) at Dagenham by 2013.[86] Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in the United Kingdom still have a presence in London, including the world headquarters of GlaxoSmithKline.

    Source

    London’s rise as the world’s largest financial center dates only to 1986 and the financial sector deregulaton or Big Bang. Prior to that Britain was a relatively important manufacturing country. Now they can’t make anything much beside a few japanese cars. All the great industries trashed, steel, ships, textiles, etc. etc.. For the sake of finance.

  88. Swithin64 says:
    @Wizard of Oz

    You are wrong the majority of those enrolled to vote in the referendum didn’t vote to leave the EU, just like trump election the minority voted for the declared winner the majority of voters didn’t agree

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  89. @Swithin64

    You are confused. I can’t be wrong in your terms about Something I didn’t even deal with. (Reread it). But you have mistakenly said the Brexit vote was like that for Trump. In Trump’s case the majority of votes cast and counted were against him. In the Brexit referendum the majority of the votes cast and counted were to leave Europe. The majority of those enrolled to vote in the Brexit referendum indeed didn’t vote to leave Europe but that wasn’t because of the peculiarities of anything like the Electoral College system: it was because many enrolled voters didn’t vote. The majority of voters who did bother to vote voted to leave Europe.

  90. @Anon

    Please don’t condemn me to reading the Guardian. Indeed help me to suppress efficiently thatvrequeat for money that comes up on the occasions that I do open its URL.

    You are sounding as confident as Alice’s Humpty Dumpty as you demand that all accept what “democracy” means when you say it. The referendum had no legal effect unlike, for example, Australian constitutional referenda which can change the Constitution. It was merely advisory. Indeed referenda are no regular part of British democracy but occasional expedients, sometimes practical sometimes desperate.

    Suppose that your point about voting for a result rather than a process is a fair and unambiguous description – and that it was not for a good or workable result, but just for Brexit – and suppose it was a promise to Leave to one voter with whom you had made the deal to take the UK out of the EU. Why can you not go back to that voter and say “sorry, the Brexit deal which is all we can get is lousy. You can justly say we have failed. And we don’t think a No Deal Brexit is something you can possibly have wanted. So, will you consider renegotiating our deal by, for the time being anyway, cancelling the previous one?”?

  91. @Pindos

    No, the threat of Brexit should be maintained. Britain doesn’t need to be a pasty inside the EU any more than France has shown itself scrupulous over the years in rorting the EU budget for the agricultural ssubsidies or allowing efficient Customs clearance for goods produced in Asia.

  92. @Amber Dekstris

    It might mean that the legal terms for future referenda might be more tightly or just precisely drawn. That’s all. “Nearly catastrophic”? BS! Anyway, why didn’t your argument apply to reversing the referendum of 1973 (or4) which took the UK into Europe? (I have an answer, but let’s see what yours is if you have really thought through the issues).

  93. @dvorak

    I said “without negotiating power” by which I intended to convey that the EU negotiators were put into the position once Article 50 was invoked of knowing that their opponents were faced with having to do a deal to avoid the consequences of a No Deal Brexit (almost universally, anyway widely, feared and predicted to be disastrous), of being able to point out that getting 27 countries to agree limited what could be conceded, of knowing that the opponent was the one threatened by a deadline, and of having the future of London as a financial centre in play.

    Now let’s see whether you can manage more than blowing raspberries.

    Mind you, competent Brexiteers would have been able to speak convincingly of the simulations they had run before the referendum campaign even started.

  94. @Robert M

    if I had to choose between a left-wing-nationalist or a right-wing-globalist

    Very good.

    Except that you seem to be rather overlooking the completely immovable, critical, concrete-plated, unchangeable reality that “left-wing-nationalists” are rarer than rocking-horse shit.

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  95. @CanSpeccy

    Excellent examples, sir.

    For foodstuffs, including grains, chicken, pork, the UK should replace purchases from the EU with purchases from both Russia and the USA.

  96. Robert M says:
    @Dave Bowman

    Given many of the nationalist/populist movements are comfortable with a welfare state and reject neoliberalism and unrestricted free trade, I wouldn’t be so sure.

    Indeed, many of the RINOs hated Trump and openly accused him of “not being conservative”.

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