Elections have Consequences, What Next for Brexit and Us


European Union

Yesterday’s election for Brexit was a good decision.  Britain will now be able to attempt to regain control of its own destiny.  Being a member of the European Union made it subject to rules and regulations over which it had no real control.  In addition, it eliminated its borders and allowed people from other counties that were members of the European Unit to move to Britain, in other words open borders throughout the European Union.

Now that Britain has moved to regain control, they will be able to secure their own borders and deport many of the immigrates.  Now this will not come without a price.  The elites of the world who wish to control us all will attempt to stop Britain from leaving.

Already you can start to see fallout on both sides.  France, Italy, Netherlands now has large groups that want a referendum on leaving the European Union.  On the negative side, the stock market and the pound have both been affected by the vote.  The stock market is down. Now I think that to a large degree this has been manipulated by outside forces that want Britain to fail.  For the immediate future, everything bad that the elites can cause to happen will be blamed on Brexit.

President Obama stated while in Britain that it would take 5 years to negotiate a new trade treaty with Britain and it would take 10 year to go into effect.  The world’s elites have not suffered a defeat like this in some time and I believe that they will react strongly to it.  As a result, the world’s economies will be damaged.

Now is a time to pay attention, the actions that they take against Brexit will affect us all.  Be prepared for a rough economic ride for the next couple of years.  But don’t give up and feel that you cannot affect events.  Keep up the fight, vote for the best candidates you can, influence others and stay prepared.  When you feel like it is hopeless and you can’t affect the outcome, remember that the insignificant termites can bring down a large building.  Be a termite.


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4 Responses to Elections have Consequences, What Next for Brexit and Us

  1. Ed Harris says:

    For those wishing to have a one-stop shop to get a quick education on the consequences of Brexit, you need go no father than the web site: http://nationalinterest.org/

    Lead stories there today (Friday 24 June) are:

    Four Geopolitical Consequences of Brexit, The narrative of the elites versus the masses comes to fruition.

    How Bad Is Brexit for US Foriegn Policy?, The danger presented to American interests is over-stated.

    Brexiters Rage Against The Elites, Globalism is out, Nationalism is in.

    Brexit and the Myth of Europe, Britain is a divided country on every level.

    Brexit Shatters the West’s Political Consensus, Britain and Europe will never be the same

    Brexit UK, June 23 is Independence Day, History was made.

  2. Ed Harris says:

    Another good collection of articles at Stratfor, if you are not a regular subscriber, this link will take you to one of the better ones they offer as a “free look.”


    You may elect to receive free limited mailings from them without hitting the paywall, if you don’t mind getting an occasional sales pitch to subscribe, which you are welcome to ignore. I do.

  3. Linda says:

    Obama can suck lemons. It wouldn’t take that long if he didn’t want Muslims to have unimpeded access to moving into England.
    I hope England prospers beyond anyones dreams.

  4. Ed Harris says:

    One of the wisest comments I’ve seen, from David Cowling, the BBC’s head of political research, in a leaked BBC internal memo…

    “It seems to me that the London bubble has to burst if there is to be any prospect of addressing the issues that have brought us to our current situation. There are many millions of people in the UK who do not enthuse about diversity and do not embrace metropolitan values yet do not consider themselves lesser human beings for all that. Until their values and opinions are acknowledged and respected, rather than ignored and despised, our present discord will persist. Because these discontents run very wide and very deep and the metropolitan political class, confronted by them, seems completely bewildered and at a loss about how to respond (“who are these ghastly people and where do they come from?” doesn’t really hack it). The 2016 EU referendum has witnessed the cashing in of some very bitter bankable grudges but I believe that, throughout this 2016 campaign, Europe has been the shadow not the substance.”

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