And so the British defied the experts and voted to get out of the European Union while the getting is good. They want to stop the flood of migrants who rape women and children while the political leaders cover up the crimes. For 16 long years, officials in Rotherham, England, covered up the molestation of 1,400 boys and girls by Muslim migrants. This is what invading armies do to warn civilians not to interfere. In Cologne, Germany, Muslim migrants gang-raped hundreds of young German women. It happened in other towns as well. German politicians forced the police to try to hide these crimes.
The migrants refuse to assimilate, In fact, in London, the Muslim mayor wants to ban ads with women in bikinis. Instead they demand the rights of citizenry without the bother of changing their ways.
Sound familiar? We have 11 million illegal aliens who are the same way. Most are not Mexican, although the majority are Hispanic. The refusal of elected officials to deport is a bipartisan sacrifice of the American worker at the altar of the Chamber of Commerce and other monetary interest groups who push a New World Order.
On top of the Muslim issue, the European Union has a super bureaucracy issuing off with their heads edicts that would give pause to the Queen of Hearts in Wonderland, or even the 9th U.S. Circuit Court. But for years Nigel Farage spoke against the European Parliament and its courts to little avail. I am no expert on British politics (or for that matter, the United States) but I am inclined to believe the rising terrorism and sex crimes fueled this decision to leave more than anything. Maybe it was the final straw, but a government that fails to protect the people likely gets replaced by one that will.
Brexit was an odd blow to the establishment. I am pretty sure it pleases Queen Elizabeth II to watch her subjects reject the EU. It was a grand experiment that failed. But the establishment struck back -- throwing financial panic at those belligerent Brits.
From Bloomberg News:
Global markets buckled, with stocks plunging from Tokyo to London and Chicago, as the BBC projected a victory for the "Leave" campaign with most votes counted in Britain’s referendum on membership of the European Union. The pound fell the most on record, while haven assets jumped.
Sterling tumbled 10 percent, the euro slid by the most since it was introduced in 1999 and the yen had its biggest surge since 1998. South Africa’s rand led losses among the currencies of commodity-exporting nations, sliding more than 6 percent as oil sank to about $47 a barrel and industrial metals slumped. Gold soared with U.S. Treasuries as investors piled into haven assets. Futures on the FTSE 100 Index plunged with S&P 500 Index contracts as Asian stocks dropped by the most in five years.
“Brexit is now the base case,” said Matthew Sherwood, head of investment strategy at Perpetual Ltd. in Sydney, which manages about $21 billion. “Investors are just trying to get out. You sell first and ask questions later. There was a massive miscalculation of risk and now you’re seeing all that unwind.”
The debate over the U.K.’s EU membership has dominated investor sentiment in June, with appetite for riskier assets having built up over the past week as bookmakers’ odds suggested the chance of a so-called Brexit was less than one in four. It’s now become a certainty, Odds checker data show. Central banks and governments have warned a British withdrawal from the EU would hurt global economic growth and trigger volatility in financial markets.The panic makes no sense of course. Commerce within Europe will continue as usual until the details of the divorce emerge. This is a temper tantrum. The New World Order did not get its way.
Proper investors should have already taken into account the Brexit vote. Thursday's rise in the stock indices - on hopes that Remain would win -- made no sense from a financial point of view either. Why would stocks be worth more if nothing changed?
It's political manipulation.
The warning that Brexit "would hurt global economic growth and trigger volatility in financial markets" assumes there is enough global economic growth left to hurt following the 2008-2009 collapse from which we have yet to recover, even after the Federal Reserve pumped trillions into the stock market.
The Brexit vote was a feel-good moment in British history. Until the details are worked out, the vote is meaningless. You think the same bastards who got everyone into this EU mess will allow Britain to leave without putting up a good fight? We still have jarhead Never Trumpers vowing to steal the nomination at the convention. The Brexit vote is only the beginning of the battle. We shall see how this plays out.
But Brexit did get the attention of the politicians. I cannot see how Muslim immigration can continue at this pace after this vote.
Hillary Clinton lined up with Remain. She had to. The Saudis and myriad other Geppettos pull her strings.
But Trump has no master and he favored Leave.
Does this mean the Brexit won is an omen that Trump will win in November?
Of course not. The huge crowds he is drawing and the fact that Hillary is an unloved lying crook sealed that deal long ago.
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