Saturday, June 25, 2016

Brexit: Chicken Little Said the Sky is Falling! The Sky is Falling!!!

And yet, I look out my window and sure enough white clouds are hanging in my blue sky The sky has not fallen! Not that I expected it to. 



The media has done all it can to blame voters- rather then cite the many, many problems with the EU itself. The bloated costly bureaucracy that only serves elites, bankers and multinational corporations, which it was designed to do, at the expense of all others. Never mentioning the fact that quite likely life in Britain was better for the people before the EU, hence the outcome!
Stated another way: If life was so great for Brits in the EU the Leave side would not have prevailed!






Hilarious headlines about the Brexit vote! OVER THE TOP- Fear and insults

The people who voted to leave are (insert insult from list below)

*White
*Old
*Racist
*Poor
*Male
*Unintelligent
*Conspiracy theorists!! (yes, conspiracy theorists!!)
*Losers
*Concerned with ‘game of thrones’?
*Suicidal
*Putin lovers

Bad Whites! Embattled Whiteness Gave Us Brexit.
The “Leave” vote was a move to reassert the racial hierarchies upended by global capitalism

Playing on the lie of “white privilege” Having lived my life white. And a woman. I can assure you it has not been a life of privilege.

How Might Brexit Affect People with Anxiety Disorders in the UK?

Oh, really?


Brexit is ‘disaster’ for British scientists and researchers

Grey Brexit vote angers younger Britons

Conspiracy theorists, rejoice: Brexit proves you don’t need the truth to win

Brexit will affect Game of Thrones & Love Island? Fans are worried it will!

Historian: Brexit vote was 'unnecessary act of self-harm'

Brexit: a supreme act of foolishness perpetrated by racists, bigots and small right-wing men

Brexit remorse: Brits frantically Google 'what is EU?'



Michael McFaul congratulates Putin on Brexit results
Former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul said that the results of the Brexit vote in the UK has marked a victory for Russian President Putin too.

Andrew Coyne: With Brexit vote, Britain has entered a game it cannot win


39 comments:

  1. Penny, remember Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney's fear mongering over the Meech Lake Accord? The Conservative neocons used the same economic scare tactics on Canadians....the economy is going to tank! etc. None of it came true. I learned from that...that fear is probably the perp's greatest weapon.

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    1. Hi Greencrow- I do vaguely recall Mulroney fear mongering- fear is the perps greatest weapon- agreed

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    2. Fear and the inability of most people to think things through to a logical conclusion (due to our wonderful education system, of course)

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  2. Chicken Little is right, Pen.
    So where's the list of all the good things that the EU provides that the British are now going to lose?

    why isn't there a headline proclaiming, as Chamberlain once famously said, that the British have never had it so good?

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    1. good point james where is that list of all the benefits the EU provides to the British people?????

      I'm waiting

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    2. All of the benefits provided by whichever form of fascist governance the citizens of the EU and/or any other western or North American nation choose to tolerate have been stolen from the many resource rich territories colonized and dominated utilizing torture, deception, rape and the gruesome murder of almost a billion percieved as less than human brown and black skinned humans. Five centuries of destruction of cultures.
      The one thing you can be assurred of is Western members of the middle class who remain relatively comfortable will want one thing, more for me. While they buy a payment on a new beemer. Have a good meal at a good restaurant along with a sweet cabernet. Never considering child labor, slave wages, sexual exploitation, mutilation, murder. Never considering we have been and are accessories to these most evil criminal activities. Time we all take a good, hard look at what's behind "all the benefits".

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  3. That was Harold MacMillan (Supermac.)

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    1. Yes, of course. The man with the small family book selling business.

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    2. McMillan Publishers.
      From a distant memory, McMillan was asked if he had any business experience to which he said he has a small family business in book selling. Or something like that :)

      Anyway, the man was super wealthy and here he was telling the British working class that they had never had it so good!

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  4. Absolutely true, Penny! Funny that the British always use the phrase Keep Calm And Carry On and our media/public are crying over this!

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    1. Ally!

      I've been thinking about you- I wondered how it was all going there after the 'earth shattering' vote??!!

      lol

      The british may want to keep calm and carry on, but, the media is in hysterics because it wants the people to be in hysterics!

      I saw the below linked article and thought immediately of you
      We'd discussed this subject. You may recall my mentioning that Turkey was not going to be a part of the EU any time soon?
      (that only a small part of Turkey will enter the EU eventually, that is if the EU continues to exist, of course)

      http://www.cer.org.uk/insights/storm-turkish-tea-cup

      Turkey has been an EU candidate country since 1999, though it first applied for full membership of the (then) European Economic Community in 1987.

      For Turkey to join the #EU, 35 chapters need to be negotiated: 1 has been closed & 14 are blocked

      Cameron appears to contradict himself, but his assessment is correct: Turkish membership is a long way off. The accession talks cover 35 areas, or chapters; only one chapter – on science and research co-operation – has been successfully negotiated. Fourteen chapters, including important ones covering judiciary, energy and economic co-operation, are effectively off-limits due to various vetoes and objections by Cyprus, France or the European Council. Sixteen chapters have been opened, including one on budgetary provisions which was part of the recent refugee deal. But Turkish progress on aligning its legislation with the EU acquis has been very slow.

      Even if Britain were to support Turkish membership, other countries in the EU do not. And every EU member-state has a veto on a country’s accession to the EU.


      Etc., Cameron was not the biggest friend Turkey had and nor quite frankly was Britain
      though Cameron made it seem he was very chummy and pushing for Turkey to enter the EU- he wasn't really- knowing the limitations involved

      If the Leave camp used this to justify their position, that was Cameron's fault! It was weak- and I know there were other far better reasons to exit the EU

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    2. So many funny memes are circulating in the UK. But yes, I agree. Yep, Turkey is a big economic partner for the UK so maybe that is why. I think that he backed away from Turkey during campaigning because he knew that people were scared that Turkey joining would lead to higher levels of immigration. But the Leave Campaigners, especially Nigel Farage do know that Turkey isn't joining and were spilling a load of lies, posting pictures of Nigerian/Pakistani migrants arriving in Europe saying that 'This will be the Turks'. I voted to leave and so did my mum and we are happy with our decision. The media are now saying that leaving the EU is going to lead to higher immigration. wth?

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    3. "The media are now saying that leaving the EU is going to lead to higher immigration. wth?"

      Do they mean people leaving Britain?
      I see that's going around
      Including allegedly Brits googling "how can I become a Canadian"- if you love the EU so much why would become a Canadian?

      As for immigrants entering- would the eu force them on britain as a term of leaving?

      Really, if Britain leaves they can control their own borders?

      I wonder how they mean that claim?

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    4. and ally I don't expect that you or your mom are racist!!!!

      there are very good reasons for the whole of the EU to fall apart- not just britain alone

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    5. Yep, heading over to Canada or crossing the Irish Sea and heading over to Ireland - silly. France has said that they are opening their border and allowing the Calais migrants to flood Britain.

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    6. One thing the Brits didn't really get, a lot of migrants in France were in fact headed to Britain but retained in France. The migration to Britain via France was not EU matter anyway (GB wasn't in Schengen in the first place), it was ruled by a bilateral treaty (Toucquet treaty).
      So Brexit does not change anything concerning immigration to GB (http://fr.reuters.com/article/topNews/idFRKCN0ZA35V).

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    7. Thank you! I did study French at school so I'll take a look and try and understand it. I agree, the UK isn't in the Schengen but I still think that the UK should let the migrants in Calais come to the UK as many of them have family here, that's why they want to come.

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  5. White
    *Old
    *Racist
    *Poor
    *Male
    *Unintelligent
    *Conspiracy theorists!! (yes, conspiracy theorists!!)
    *Losers
    *Concerned with ‘game of thrones’?
    *Suicidal
    *Putin lovers


    The Jews are telling us what they think of us and how much they hate us.

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  6. White
    *Old
    *Racist
    *Poor
    *Male
    *Unintelligent
    *Conspiracy theorists!! (yes, conspiracy theorists!!)
    *Losers
    *Concerned with ‘game of thrones’?
    *Suicidal
    *Putin lovers


    The Jews are telling us what they think of us and how much they hate us.

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    1. I expect that hatred of the masses is indeed a factor in the spin

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  7. Bunch of MonkeysJune 25, 2016 at 9:04 PM

    First of all Penny... I agree with you that nothing terribly bad SHOULD happen to Britain from their exiting the EU. I also agree with your assessment regarding the ZATO, Turkey, and Erdogan relationships. I just believe that the-powers-that-be have alternate plans for these actor's futures.

    In this instance, I'm just not so sure that the referendum wasn't rigged to actually have Britain leave. As the financial, economic and humanitarian stresses in the EU continue, I can see several nations heading for the exits.

    That would be good for humanity which is why it won't happen. They want a one world government and you simply don't get there by letting a fish off the hook unless you are going to make a bloody f**king mess out of that fish so that no other little fish will think to follow.

    Britain is Christ. It is going to feel pain like it has never felt it before. It is going to have to die so that the EU and ECB can live.

    There will be chaos. Bet on it.

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  8. Bunch of MonkeysJune 25, 2016 at 9:48 PM

    All of the MSM predictions of dire consequences for the UK are merely psychological conditioning, preparing the masses for what is now to come. Expect a non-stop stream of bad UK news from here on in. The Scottish separation campaign will start immediately and polls will show the UK heading for complete political disintegration.

    Meanwhile, the bankers certainly aren't going to be creating any more debt from here on in. No new debt = no new money being injected into the economy so eventually everything grinds to a halt and implodes. It's going to be painful to watch.

    After all, all of the EU is watching.

    And they are dreaming.

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    1. The referendum is a first step, only. The vote cannot be seen as an overwhelming victory for the Brexit supporters. Leaving the EU is not something which will occur tomorrow. Ties will not be completely severed for years not days. Much can happen in the mean time. The reality is the EU was a doomed experiment from the beginning. Nationalism, especially in Europe, exists and always will. There has never been a union in Europe. A thousand years of history backs that statement. Until the people have the heart to man the ramparts, the elites will continue to make the rules. The very close results do not a revolution make. The people remain sheeple, they are certainly not prepared to become lions. As for dire predictions, if one needs it explained what devaluation of currency results in one does not understand finance as it operates today.

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    2. Bunch of MonkeysJune 26, 2016 at 2:33 PM

      "As for dire predictions, if one needs it explained what devaluation of currency results in one does not understand finance as it operates today."

      Agree with pretty much everything you say but this is not about what SHOULD happen.

      The EU was not an experiment. It was the Globalist bankers template for their NWO.

      P.S. I understand finance better than most.

      The solution for Britain will not be found coming from the current batch of globalist leaders running the show over there. If I hear them talking about exiting the bankster created money supply system then my assessment may change. They did it back during WW1 if you remember, and even the much esteemed Milton Friedman wrote that governments could do it with his objection that the politicians would create so much new money that inflation would ensue. That and the need for sovereign debt issues to set the risk free return for the markets to function properly. Pure bullshit.

      In 1914 the British Government issued the Bradbury Pound. "This new currency had been issued by the State, was backed by the credit of the State, and was issued to the banks to prevent the banks from utter collapse. The public cheerfully accepted the new notes; and nobody talked about inflation." But the Government was persuaded by the banks to abolish the Bradbury Pound and finance the war through Bank Debt at interest. Government debt before the war was £650 million, by the end of the 1930s depression government debt was £21 billion, there was never any need for this debt.

      http://www.thereset.org/proposals/bradbury-pound


      They will NEVER even check into this option because they are ALL globalist banker stooges Charles.

      What did Krugman tell Lietaer?

      "NEVER talk about the money issue".

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6nL9elK0EY
      (only 45 seconds or so)

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    3. Please do not mention krugman if u are speaking seriously. The lecture is not needed. If u have read previous comments I've made I understand the globalist agenda far "better than most". I am quite aware of what the EU is. If you have read anything at all that I've previously written here you would know beyond a doubt that I put no faith in the globalist elites over there or here or anywhere creating any sort of change which serves public purpose and the public good. I consistantly preach that until we are willing to come together and fight against the organized criminal syndicate that rules we are finished. Your statement directed at me explaining " they are all globalist banker stooges" is condescending at best and completely unnecessary. As for the monetary history lesson do not make assumptions concerning anothers knowledge of it.
      My own statement regarding currency devaluation was made in order to make the point that it is not a completely bad thing. Especially when speaking of its effect on exports.
      If you were a globalist banker elite would you "check into that option"? Government creating money by spending it directly into the economy in lieu of borrowing it? What makes you believe I would expect them to do so?
      Ultimately we are on the same team and I believe share the same hopes in the end. I can only pray we, the 99%, can make it happen before they destroy everything.

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    4. Bunch of MonkeysJune 27, 2016 at 3:34 PM

      "Your statement directed at me explaining " they are all globalist banker stooges" is condescending at best and completely unnecessary. As for the monetary history lesson do not make assumptions concerning another's knowledge of it."

      It wasn't direct at you Charles and I have made no assumptions as to your knowledge about global finance. And no I don't expect them to do anything to solve the underlying problem because the creation of debt is from where they derive their power. The point I am trying to make is that all of the major players work for the global elite.

      https://www.corbettreport.com/china-and-the-new-world-order-transcript/

      "Ultimately we are on the same team and I believe share the same hopes in the end. I can only pray we, the 99%, can make it happen before they destroy everything."

      I 'll second that. ;)

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  9. "The whole art of Conservative politics in the 20th century is being deployed to enable wealth to persuade poverty to use its political freedom to keep wealth in power." Aneurin Bevan

    I notice there is talk that British people will be able to make their own decisions - possibly, but considering the quietly reported business of Fracking and the government's dismissive reaction to well-founded protest I don't think UK subjects will be any better off interns of decision making. No referendum on fracking, just keep calm and shut up.

    The MSM were at their snide, sneering, aloof best.
    No referendum about the BBC either.

    cheers

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  10. Already, in a matter of 48 hours petitions are being circulated demanding another referendum be held, supposedly already signed by 3 million citizens, in order to overturn the result. This dog and pony show has just begun. We have Scots once again seeking independence from GB. Scotland being the economic powerhouse it is can assuredly provide a middle class lifestyle for its citizens. Without the complete dismantlement of its banking and debt based monetary systems. Without fully implementing a system of government created money to finance public expenditure. Similar to that espoused by modern monetary theorists and the debt-free money crowd. Realistically, without implementation of that sort of monetary system combined with dissolution of private central banking the fascist elites remain in control.

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    1. Charles and Penny, check this out - disgusting
      http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/683520/Second-EU-referendum-petition-FRAUD-sign-OUTSIDE-UK-brexit-signatures

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    2. Thanks Ally!
      Not surprising that that petition would be full of non Brit signatures- It's all about the spin by the media to make it appear as if there is widespread discontent

      "At the time of writing, 42,262 signatures had been placed from people in Vatican City" ???

      "Another 24,868 have been placed in North Korea, 13,096 in Australia, 3,976 in New Zealand, and 12,029 in the United States"

      "And Express.co.uk reporters have been able to sign the EU referendum petition multiple times.

      Nick Martinek, of West Yorkshire, set up a new email address and found a postcode for a street in Hilary Benn’s Leeds Central constituency to prove how easy it was fraudulently sign.

      He said: “The way the BBC has been falling over itself to promote this petition makes me laugh."

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    3. Ally, thank you for that info. Not surprising. They will delay and attempt all sorts of deceptive means to sabatoge the will of the people. If it's going to happen it must be done with utmost expediency.

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  11. Hey All!!!
    Aferrismoon, good to see ya here.

    One thing I can add to this whole conversation is this- It's going to get interesting and that is a certainty!

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    1. You are right - the media are now scaremongering us by saying that racism is on the rise since the UK voted Brexit and that London is declaring independence because they voted to remain.

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    3. Hi Ally

      Never buy into fear- ever. The media and the elites use it like an emotional sledgehammer. To get irrational and emotional over reaction rather then with thought or contemplation- it's a despicable tactic!

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    4. Bunch of MonkeysJune 26, 2016 at 2:46 PM

      If interesting means setting every conceivable segment of British society against itself then YES it will be interesting.

      I was actually shocked by the way the media was constructing the young vs. older voter narrative. Very disrespectful considering that some older voters fought the globalist banker created Nazi regime. I wonder if George Soros has any boots on the ground over there too.

      Divide and conquer after all with a side order of "Out of Chaos, Order".

      The UK will lie in ruins. They will see to it.

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