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UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

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UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby Nayto » Fri Jun 24, 2016 7:25 am

The UK public have voted to leave the EU at a 52:48 vote.

I see this as a good thing and I'm quite surprised to have seen this happen. I'm almost suspicious of this outcome because I almost can't conceive of the beast system failing in this magnitude. Assuming it is indeed a failure of course.

The beast moves forward or Babylon falls? Thoughts?
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby wmfinck » Fri Jun 24, 2016 8:35 am

Well, England is still tied into the beast system in all other ways, but is "out" in name. The Bank will still be there. More importantly is how English policy will change, if it changes at all.

Will home rule really be home rule?
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby EzraLB » Fri Jun 24, 2016 9:20 am

In a recent article in the Financial Times, "British" lawyer ((David Allen Green)) stated that Brexit voting is “advisory,” not “mandatory.” Parliament has final say.

The Brexit will be a long, drawn-out process that will be mired down in bureaucracy for years. At the end of this process, whatever advantages will be watered down and compromised.

Also, this vote may provide the jews with the opportunity to bring economic upheaval in Europe and punish any other EU members from trying to break free. The economic uncertainty will provide cover for the far more dangerous invasion of third worlders. Either way, the jews will make the result of the exit vote work for their long-term interests and goals.
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby Nayto » Fri Jun 24, 2016 9:44 am

Yes, time will tell how policies are negotiated.

Apparently mass media was pushing the perception that the public wasn't going to vote to exit and that everyone is surprised at the outcome.

EzraLB wrote:In a recent article in the Financial Times, "British" lawyer ((David Allen Green)) stated that Brexit voting is “advisory,” not “mandatory.” Parliament has final say.


It will set an interesting president for their vaunted democracy.

EzraLB wrote:Also, this vote may provide the jews with the opportunity to bring economic upheaval in Europe and punish any other EU members from trying to break free. The economic uncertainty will provide cover for the far more dangerous invasion of third worlders. Either way, the jews will make the result of the exit vote work for their long-term interests and goals.


Mass media and jews have been pushing the idea that it will cause the fall of the UK and some sources, like The Economist, push the idea that both entities (UK and remaining EU) will fall as a result.
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby Kentucky » Fri Jun 24, 2016 10:44 am

I'm a wee bit more optimistic that this is a sign of Babylon falling. I mean, it's got to fall sometime right? Why not now? Our brethren Ephraim have just had a nationalist victory. The next step for them to maintain their momentum is to establish a Christian nationalism. They can look to their brethren Benjamin in Iceland for advice in how to arrest banksters and throw them in jail; or to motivate the jew rats to jump ship and head for Jerusalem where they will all be nuked by a mishap from Dimona. There are other European nations that are likewise disgruntled and simply need a surge of spiritual direction to understand the history of the jew in Europe. In this case, history does need to repeat itself and let the purges begin. Similarly, in the US, over half the states have filed papers for secession and 25% of Americans support the idea. If we don't come out of Babylon until it falls (as some suggest lol), then it behooves us to degrade the base of Babylon so that it will fall. I don't believe we should be waiting for God to do it all; I think He is waiting for us to do what we're supposed to do. Christian Identity is the vehicle to awaken true Israel, that the White race is the only race that will bring forth the Kingdom of God and thus we are mandated with divinely ordained responsibilities.

"Now you must be doers of the Word and not hearers only, defrauding yourselves" James 1:22 CNT.

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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby wmfinck » Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:23 pm

Kentucky wrote:"Now you must be doers of the Word and not hearers only, defrauding yourselves" James 1:22 CNT.
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But that is the key. 2 Chronicles 7:14. Doers of the Word are repentant. That is what people who want to come out of her - even though they cannot yet come out - must be, is repentant.

Repentance of a sufficient number of our people would indeed be the harbinger of Babylon's fall.
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby Fenwick » Fri Jun 24, 2016 2:51 pm

Kentucky wrote: There are other European nations that are likewise disgruntled and simply need a surge of spiritual direction to understand the history of the jew in Europe.



Right. It's not a sudden victory, and the establishment is still as full of jews and leftists as it was yesterday (they've shown the ability to profit from chaos before, as with the fall of the USSR). But it is a start. The first link in the chain to be broken. Time will tell if it makes any difference.



Also, if you know the English and Welsh regions and how they voted, you can see that it was mostly nonwhite cities like London or Manchester voting to remain. The countryside, and some few white strongholds in London, all voted heavily in favour of leaving.


We may have had some divine intervention in the form of the London floods stopping them from voting in time. :D
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby Gaius » Fri Jun 24, 2016 4:51 pm

A great sign of our Father's favour and the dismay and disappointment of His enemies.

Though, as folk say, the lawyers may temporarily blunt, divert, obfuscate this result, they will simply expose their real nature to a much wider audience and pit yet more of our people against them. This result imho is part of an unstoppable trend which has been gathering strength for over a decade and though still patchy is now unmistakeable.
There are calls for a similar referendum in France, Denmark, Italy and Holland ...
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby Hunter » Sat Jun 25, 2016 10:38 pm

Don't be fooled! I offer the following two, contrarian articles by Brandon Smith for your consideration. By the way, he correctly called for the likely outcome of Britain leaving. You'll have to decide if you agree with him as to the reasons why.

1st article:
http://alt-market.com/articles/2931-brexit-global-trigger-event-fake-out-or-something-else

Brexit: Global Trigger Event, Fake Out Or Something Else?
Wednesday, 22 June 2016 01:58 by Brandon Smith

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Those people who do not avidly track global economic events may be a bit confused by the growing tensions surrounding the U.K. referendum to exit the European Union, otherwise known as the “Brexit.” Or, they are completely indifferent. Unfortunately, the potential fallout surrounding the event could very well affect the entire world, but perhaps not in the manner the mainstream media and international financiers would have us believe…

I would point out that under normal global economic conditions, the Brexit really shouldn’t matter much to anyone outside of the U.K. If the EU was fiscally stable, if its banks were solvent and its national debts well in hand, if the EU was actually a practical and successful supranational body, then the damage done by a British vote to leave the union would be minimal. Of course, this is not the case. As many other independent economic analysts and I have been outlining for years, the European Union is on the verge of economic breakdown. Look at it this way — if financial turmoil in a tiny member state like Greece can cause widespread doubts about the EU’s stability, then there is something fundamentally volatile about the entire structure.

The Brexit matters greatly to the future of the EU because, theoretically, if one of its most prominent members says adios, then other members may do the same. As it stands now, the EU cannot afford to have even one member, economically large or small, drop out of the system.

The Brexit matters to the rest of the world including the U.S. because of the brilliantly-destructive program of interdependency and globalism that has shaped our financial house for decades. Interdependency leads to extreme economic weakness because no piece of the global system has the tools to survive without the other pieces; and on top of this, when one part of the machine goes down, ALL the other parts are affected.

It is a truly horrible and seemingly idiotic system; but not so idiotic if you accept the reality that it is deliberately engineered to fail.

When you examine the fiscal foundations of every major economy in the world today, what you find is a financial shell game. The fundamentals tell us the truth; with global exports and imports in decline, global shipping of raw materials in decline, manufacturing in decline, retail in decline, employment in decline, real unemployment numbers including those people no longer counted by the Labor Department skyrocketing and the number of people on welfare and food stamps skyrocketing.

In reality, the global economy is one massive thin-skinned bubble searching for a sharp object to impale itself on. The Brexit may very well be that sharp object.

Before I go into the various details surrounding Thursday’s vote, I want to state that I am in full support of the British movement to leave the European Union. The reasoning behind a successful Brexit is solid. The European Union’s rabid socialist tendencies have created a doom scenario for all those shackled to the supranational body. Forced multiculturalism and cultural Marxism has opened a floodgate of Islamic refugees which hold ideological beliefs completely incompatible with western principles and heritage while at the same time introducing a massive vampiric drain on the prevailing social welfare systems.

The EU’s governing body is a mostly faceless and unaccountable bureaucracy that hands down legal dictates from on high while the general population of the member states have little or no input. The European Central Bank’s monetary policies support failed financial institutions and fraudulent markets while siphoning tax dollars from stronger and more successful nations in order to feed the debt addictions of weaker countries. The very philosophical engine behind the EU is one of collectivism; it is a system that requires a hive mentality in order to function. Only a fool would WANT to participate in such a political and financial farce.

That said, I think we need to take stock of certain underlying realities.

First, as mentioned earlier, the EU, like most other economies today, is an interdependent structure and is thus designed to fail. The EU is not the golden goose for globalists, it is just another appendage that can be sacrificed or rearranged in order to achieve greater goals. The EU is a means to an end, it is not the ultimate prize.

The ultimate prize for globalists would be a system like the EU with a single currency and a single monetary authority, but this new system would erase all sovereign borders and install a single governmental authority as well.

What does this mean? It means that the failure of the EU does not necessarily mean a failure for the internationalists. For groups of globalists that promote an ideology of Fabian Socialism, a breakdown of the EU, whether partial or total, can be used as leverage for a larger and more centralized global power structure in the long term. Mark my words, when the system comes crashing down (whether after the Brexit or after another trigger event), internationalists will say that the EU failed not because it was centralized, but because it was not centralized ENOUGH.

Even though I support the Brexit movement based on the principle that supranational unions are a heinous affliction upon free individuals and nations, I have no illusions that a successful Brexit vote will actually harm the globalists. In fact, they may very well desire the U.K. to leave the EU.

Why? As noted, the global economy is on the verge of implosion. The ONLY elements of the system that are not yet crashing are stock markets. This is because stock markets do not in any way reflect the fundamentals of the economy, they only reflect investor perceptions of the economy. Perceptions can be manipulated for a time, and public psychology can be subdued by false optimism and lies. It can take years for a population to psychologically accept the idea that they are in the midst of a recession or depression. Therefore, it can take years for stock markets to finally reflect the legitimate dangers within the economy.

Central banks at the behest of globalist institutions like the International Monetary Fund and the Bank For International Settlements have spent incredible amounts of capital and energy managing public perception. Through subversive monetary policies, they have weakened national economies to the point of collapse, and this collapse is meant to create enough chaos to inspire the masses through fear to support greater centralization.

While certain banking institutions may fall, the bankers themselves have no intention of taking any blame for the inevitable collapse.

If you examine modern history (the past century), you will find in the aftermath of every crisis that globalist organizations have consistently blamed nationalism and sovereignty while promoting socialism and centralization as the most civilized solution. That is to say, globalists create widespread war and financial terror, blame conservative ideals such as sovereignty, then argue that such ideals must be eradicated for the greater good of the greater number.

We have to be honest in our exploration of the Brexit event and admit that in this case the globalists win either way.

If the Brexit succeeds, the globalists can allow the market systems they have been inflating for years to finally crash. They can then blame those dastardly "far-Right extremists" in the U.K. for triggering a domino effect within the global financial system, conveniently scapegoating British conservatives, moderates and sovereigns for a breakdown that was going to happen eventually anyway. Their solution will once again be to argue for the end of “barbaric” conservative principles and install complete centralization and socialism as the cure.

If the Brexit fails, or if it is a controlled fake out, they can artificially boost markets for perhaps another month while distracting the public away from the negative fundamentals yet again.

We should also not overlook the possibility that the referendum vote may be rigged one way or the other. Current polls indicate a tie between the “Leave” crowd and the “Remain” crowd. Any vote this close is the easiest kind of vote to rig a few percentage points to either side.

I believe the Brexit vote may be allowed to succeed, here’s why…

(Remainder of article can be read at http://alt-market.com/articles/2931-bre ... thing-else)


2nd article:
http://alt-market.com/articles/2932-brexit-vote-passes-heres-how-alt-market-called-it-when-no-one-else-did

Brexit Vote Passes! Here's How Alt-Market Called It When No One Else Did
Friday, 24 June 2016 00:41 by Brandon Smith

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Yes, in case you fell asleep before the votes were tallied, the UK referendum has passed and global markets are currently in a freefall we have not seen since 2008. In this case, I'm going to have to trumpet my successful call here. For all the general flak I received in emails for my predictions of a Brexit passage including in my article 'Brexit: Global Trigger Event, Fake Out Or Something Else' which was published during the height of the polling disinformation frenzy, I think it is important to explain how I was able to discern how the vote was likely to turn out when no one else did.

Also, if there were other analysts that did predict a Brexit win and I am overlooking them, please list their names and where they made those predictions in the comments below so that we can give them their due credit.

Here's why the vast majority of analysts were caught with their pants down on the UK referendum:

(Remainder of article can be read at http://alt-market.com/articles/2932-bre ... e-else-did)
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Re: UK votes to leave the EU (Brexit)

Postby Nayto » Tue Jun 28, 2016 11:56 am

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