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Britain votes for freedom, hope, prosperity and a closed door to Islamic take-over #Brexit

The extreme left has been suffocating Britain for decades, and although they officially claim to support democracy – they are not. They refuse to accept the people’s vote and argue that a new referendum should be made until their own fascist one rules. How much does this reveal to us what sinister mentality lies behind these liberals?

The drunken socialists in Brussels, who spend their days doing little good of their work days but running between one lobby meeting after another must be suffering from bed-wetting this morning. Now they need to find another delusional leftist nation to exploit, suck dry, fill with Islam and terrorism. From now onwards Britain will be able to decide themselves what they want from their country. Their house is no longer occupied by squatters who orders them around. The EU was a force of concealed evil, plunging the Eurozone into greater poverty and strife, into terrorism and into the arms of Islam. The role of the EU has been little else but to write policies for big corporations and the banking industry, who undermine the foundation of small businesses and the economy for the rest of the population. Greece’s collapse – a creation triggered by horrid EU policies that finally broke the donkey’s back – was an indication of things to come to other European countries and is not isolated to Greece alone.

Our deepest congratulations to our British readers and to all the great people in Britain that have worked so hard to put an end to this insanity, often at the cost of their reputation and safety. And a lot of thanks to our British readers for sending us so many articles and sources from the UK to inform the public how bad things had truly turned into the country following its EU membership and Tony Blair’s liberal and destructive leadership.



PM Cameron resigns as UK votes to leave EU


By Euan McKirdy and Bryony Jones, CNN
Updated 1021 GMT (1821 HKT) June 24, 2016

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London (CNN)David Cameron has announced his resignation as Prime Minister following the UK’s historic vote to leave the EU.

He refused to give an exact time table for his departure, but said that he wanted a new leader to be in place by October when his Conservative Party holds its annual conference..

In his statement, delivered outside the front door of 10 Downing Street, he said that “the British people have voted to leave the EU and their will must be respected… the will of the British people is an instruction which must be delivered.”

“There can be no doubt about the result.”

He reassured markets and investors, saying that Britain’s economy was strong and also pledged that there would be no sudden change in circumstance either for Britons who live abroad or Europeans who live in the UK.

Bookmaker Paddy Power is offering odds of 4/5 on former London Mayor Boris Johnson succeeding Cameron as the next British Prime Minister.

Historic vote

51.89% of the population voted to leave the European Union, while 48.11% voted to remain. Almost 46.5 million people were registered to vote in Thursday’s referendum.

Pro-“Brexit” campaigners cheered, but the largely unexpected decision played havoc on world markets. London’s FTSE 100 index plunged by more than 8% at the open, with bank stocks getting hit particularly hard.

A map of the United Kingdom, which shows the areas that voted to remain in blue, and those which voted to leave in red.

A map of the United Kingdom, which shows the areas that voted to remain in blue, and those which voted to leave in red.

Pro-independence UKIP party leader and Leave campaigner Nigel Farage told a group of journalists at Westminster following his side’s victory that the EU is “dying.”

Calling for a “Brexit government,” he added that “we’ve given ourselves the chance to rejoin the world … June 23rd needs to become a national bank holiday and we will call it Independence Day.”

The result reflects a deeply polarized nation.

In one of the most divisive campaigns in recent memory, polls had consistently shown voters split down the middle, with the outcome too close to call, and wavering voters likely to determine the result.

The UK has been a member of the European Union — and its precursors — since 1973.

Mixed reaction

The results have prompted mixed reaction from politicians. London Mayor Sadiq Khan said that the decision was a “clear message” but urged calm.

European Council President Donald Tusk said the UK’s decision to leave the European Union was “historic, but not a moment for hysterical reactions.

“Today on behalf of the 27 (European) leaders, I can say that we are determined to keep our unity as the 27. For all of us, the union is the framework for our common future.”

U.S. President Barack Obama “has been briefed” on the results and expects to speak to Cameron later in the day.

Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for the U.S. presidential elections, hailed the UK’s decision to “reassert control over their own politics, borders and economy.”

In a Facebook post, he pledged to “strengthen ties with a free, independent
Britain” if elected and urged U.S. voters to heed the UK’s vote for change.
Markets start freaking out

The shock development will have profound implications for markets and economies around the world.

Along with the FTSE’s disastrous opening, the pound has plunged more than 12% to below $1.34, its lowest level since 1985. Japan’s Nikkei tanked 6.7%, and Hong Kong’s main index dropped 3.7%. Stock futures indicate that markets in London and New York will also tank when they open for trading. Dow futures are down more than 650 points.

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said that the body is “well prepared” and “won’t hesitate” to take additional measures as markets adjust.

The “UK financial system is resilient,” he added.

Results have sparked a global markets sell-off. London stock futures are trading 7% lower and stock futures in the U.S. are down 2%, CNNMoney reports.
Brexit shock vote: What you need to know

The pound is dropping sharply against all major currencies, and is currently trading at 1.38 against the dollar. Oil is down 4%.

Gold — one asset investors turn to in the times of uncertainty — is up.
Full coverage of the UK referendum

‘Serious consequences’

British Foreign Minister Hammond said that Britain’s voice in Europe will be greatly diminished and that the events would “change course of British history with huge consequences.”

Speaking to CNN’s Richard Quest, Italy’s Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan acknowledged the risk of a domino effect following the vote.
Indeed, Britain’s decision has emboldened anti-Europe parties across the continent.

The far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders congratulated the UK on its decision, and called for a Dutch referendum on EU membership.

“We want be in charge of our own country, our own money, our own borders, and our own immigration policy,” he was quoted as saying in a statement on his website.

“If I become prime minister, there will be a referendum in the Netherlands on leaving the European Union as well. Let the Dutch people decide.”

Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s nationalist Front National party also congratulated the Brexit side. Her party has suggested that the French would also hold an “out” referendum if she assumed the presidency. France is holding presidential elections next year.
Breakup of the union?

Turnout in Scotland was 67% with voters across the country voting overwhelmingly to stay in Europe. Now that the UK as a whole has determined to leave, many north of the border feel that this would be a catalyst for another Scottish referendum, allowing the country to secede from the UK.

The pro-independence Sinn Fein party in Northern Ireland also called for an Irish unity referendum — taking Northern Ireland out of the UK — in the wake of the Brexit vote.

“Scotland has delivered a strong, unequivocal vote to remain in the EU, and I welcome that endorsement of our European status,” Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said in a statement.

“And while the overall result remains to be declared, the vote here makes clear that the people of Scotland see their future as part of the European Union.”
Her predecessor, Alex Salmond, told British television that Cameron has no choice but to resign after losing the referendum.

“If this result holds, it’s the end of Britain, just simple as that… Scotland is voting overwhelmingly to stay,” historian Simon Schama told CNN before the vote.

“Bye-bye Great Britain, bye-bye United Kingdom. That will absolutely happen.”




6 thoughts on “Britain votes for freedom, hope, prosperity and a closed door to Islamic take-over #Brexit

  1. Remember Ireland. A second referendum got them to remain in the EU. The same is happening in the UK. We need to be vigilant.


  2. I am proud to be able to hold my head high knowing that my vote helped contribute to the future freedom of Britain.
    The EU is falling; others will follow the uk.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. There’s a long way to go before the UK finally exits, and the EU elites will make the process very difficult. There will probably be more ‘referenda’ until the British vote correctly.

    The battle has just started, it’s far from over.


  4. This vote shows the dissatisfaction of the moslem immigration policy. I doubt there are very few Syrian real refugees coming into Europe. No women no real children only over sexed ignorant men backed by Islamic nations in the middle east. I hold Saudi Arabia responsible by insisting with all its money it can buy up Europe and the world. Britain’s people have sent a clear signal.


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