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Brussels wants Britain to be Europe’s Ghetto

While in public the European Union says that Britain needs to leave as soon as possible, in private the EU would prefer the British to stay and surrender. Heads of State and Government of Twenty-seven Member-States of the European Union (EU) have said that the United Kingdom can only access the single European market if it accepts the “four freedoms” the unelected bureaucracy demands, among them the so-called freedom ...Read full article...

The Brexit reshuffles World Geopolitics

While the world Press is searching for ways to re-start the reconstruction of Europe, still without Russia and now without the United Kingdom, Thierry Meyssan considers that nothing can now prevent the collapse of the system. However, he points out, what is at stake is not the European Union itself, but the institutions which enable the domination of the world by the United States, and the integrity of the ...Read full article...

The British Woke Up!

Many thanks for the support that you give to the website and for the words of encouragement and appreciation that you send to me. The website resulted from you calling me out of retirement. It is widely read and translated into foreign languages. I try to read every email, but it is not possible for me to read and comment on the many articles and books that you send ...Read full article...

Tories Intend Greater Austerity Following Brexit Vote

Political fallout from Thursday’s Brexit vote didn’t take long to unfold. David Cameron began it by announcing his resignation, effective when Torries meet in October, he said. On Tuesday, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s greater austerity announcement didn’t surprise. Days before last Thursday’s vote, he claimed Brexit would cause a 30 billion pound public finance hole – public health service, education, transport and other spending cuts needed, ...Read full article...

Turmoil in Britain Following Brexit

Major disruptions rarely happen, Brexit the latest, a surprise to most observers, reverberations felt in Britain, across Europe, in America and elsewhere. David Cameron is stepping down as UK prime minister, though delaying his departure until October. Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership is threatened. Over half his shadow cabinet ministers intend standing down on Sunday or later in the week – following Brexit and his sacking Hillary Benn overnight Saturday, ...Read full article...

Despite the Vote, the Odds Are Against Britain Leaving the EU

The Brexit vote shows that a majority of the British voters understand that the UK government represents interests other than the interests of the British people. As difficult as the British know it is to hold their own government to account, they understand they have no prospect whatsoever of holding the EU government to account. During their time under the EU, the British have been reminded of historical times ...Read full article...

Britain is out, and so is David Cameron

The global order that has been planned for decades in which technocrats control the destiny of whole nations suffered a reversal on Thursday, as British people decided to say goodbye to the European Union. The OUT vote reached the magic number of 16.835.512 while those who wanted to stay in the EU added up to just 15.692.093. The decision of the British people, justified mainly due to economic concerns and the ...Read full article...

Why the Result of the British Referendum doesn’t Matter

Both the EU and EU supporter, David Cameron, have it within their power to deny a YES vote. All the fuss and bother about Brexit largely ignores its non-binding status – parliament, not voters deciding if Britain stays or leaves the EU, the latter extremely unlikely. Writing in the Financial Times, British lawyer David Allen Green explained Brexit voting is “advisory,” not “mandatory.” Parliament has final say. MPs can ...Read full article...

Brexit: What Is It About?

If you read the presstitute media, Brexit—the referendum on the UK’s exit from the EU— is about racism. According to the story line, angry right-wing racists of violent inclinations want to leave the EU to avoid having to accept more dark-skinned immigrants into England. Despite the constant propaganda against exit, polls indicated that more favored leaving the EU than remaining until a female member of Parliament, Jo Cox, was ...Read full article...

EU Extends Sanctions on Russia

US pressure got EU countries to act against their own self-interest – imposing sanctions in 2014, on the phony pretext of “Russian aggression” in Ukraine, nonexistent then and now, no prospect of any ahead. Brussels extended them earlier, again through January 31, 2017 – approved by the Committee of Permanent Representatives of the European Union (COREPER). Tightening them wasn’t considered. A formal announcement is expected next week when EU ...Read full article...

European Central Bank to Bailout European Multinationals

The European Central Bank (ECB) takes a new step in its policy of providing cheap liquidity to the euro zone. The panorama of zero and negative rates and the quantitative easing program (QE) will now be supported by the bank’s purchase of corporate bonds. That is, corporate debt. By purchasing corporate bonds, the ECB hopes to, once again, rescue corporations that are allegedly experiencing ‘difficulties’ in collecting billions in ...Read full article...

UN Representative Blames Nation-states for failure of European Union

He rejects violence, populism and, above all, nationalism. According to him, populism and nationalism are two examples of movements that ”take the lowest human instincts.” His name is Peter Sutherland, representative of the UN Secretary General for Migration. Sutherland is a Bilderberg attendee who must certainly will not miss the Group’s annual gathering to be held in Austria beginning on Thursday. Sutherland, 70, insists that flooding Europe with violent ...Read full article...

Globalists Panicking at Brexit Prompting more Secessionist Movements

Fitch notes that the banking sectors in Ireland, Malta, Luxembourg, Spain, France and Germany have important links with the UK. The Credit rating agency Fitch has warned that the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU) could precipitate the departure of Scotland from the UK, which in turn could intensify “secessionist pressures” in other parts of the EU, such as Catalonia in Spain. “The ‘Brexit’ would ...Read full article...

The European Super Third Reich

Boris Johnson warns about European Super State whose end, he says, will be tragic.  The former mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has sparked a controversy in the UK by comparing the European Union and the Community institutions to an attempt to dominate the continent; a dream that began back in the early 20th century with German dictator similar Adolf Hitler. The conservative politician, who has emerged as a leader ...Read full article...

Fake Bomb in Manchester: Psy-op or False-flag Attempt

England has not been hit by a major terrorist attack since the 7/7/05 attacks in which a bus and a subway station were targeted by terrorists. The loss of human life in that attack reached 52 and the authors of the identity of the perpetrators of the attacks were immediately given abundant coverage y mainstream media. According to official reports, four men of Arab origin were responsible for the murder ...Read full article...
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