by Brad Nelson 6/24/16
The British people have voted to exit the European Union. Apparently this is a binding vote and not one of these fraudulent “voter preference” things which can be easily ignored by politicians.
The Prime Minister (of the phony “Conservative Party” which is not in the least conservative) has offered to resign because he backed the wrong horse. Well…good riddance.
Exiting the decrepit European Union is a good thing. Yours truly understood over 30 years ago the poison pill that the “common market” was. Oh, if only they would have stopped at smoothing over restrictions to trade. But they didn’t, and that was never the goal.
What Britain has done is to simply separate themselves (a bit) from international socialism. They still have national socialism (lower case). It’s like separating conjoined twins that shared a bad heart. The separation is good, but it doesn’t do anything to fix the bad heart.
Next they need to take a vote regarding separating themselves from Islam and multiculturalism. They have intentionally flooded themselves with Muslims who have no intention of assimilating into British culture and who will simply finish what the European Union started…wiping out Britain’s identity as a nation. Exiting the European Union could be considered analogous to lopping off a couple limbs that have gone gangrene, but with the rest of the body still flooded with infection.
This British exit will likely mean the end of the corrupt and bloated European Union. It’s hard to imagine Germany sticking around to take up even more slack of the slacker nations. Good riddance. It was a bad idea from the get-go. The European Union was always the brainchild of the intellectual class whose excuse for the Union was creating a common market and securing peace but whose true goal was to wipe out the various national identities. Arguably, the forced emigration of these nitwits should precede the forced emigration of their unassimilated Muslim populations.
But at least now the United Kingdom has control over the curvature of their bananas. Hurrah.
Brad is editor and chief disorganizer of StubbornThings.
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