Saturday, June 25, 2016

British Exit from European Union Creates Globalist Nightmare

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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The latest Romanization of continental Europe into an economic empire with an excuse that it was necessary in order for Europeans to compete with the U.S., Russia, China and other emerging economic powers is on the verge of coming to an end.  Great Britain has voted to depart from the European Union, taking with it the second largest economy in the union, and one of the three largest military powers.  The globalists are scrambling, the markets are belching and weaving, and other countries and European regions who have considered pursuing their sovereignty are now threatening to say goodbye.  Nigel Farage, the leader of the conservative-leaning UKIP Party is calling June 23, 2016 Britain's Independence Day.  Prime Minister David Cameron sees Brexit as the beginning of the end of his political career.  The liberal leftists in Europe and the United States are finding themselves on the wrong side of history.  The internationalists, the bankers, the United Nations, and globalists worldwide are considering Britain's exit from the European Union to be among the most devastating setbacks in the history of their global social engineering journey.  Brexit is a bitter pill for globalists to swallow. Other countries, France, the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and Hungary, are threatening to follow Britain's lead, and leave. Like a jilted lover, Martin Schulz, the president of the European parliament, says let's get rid of Britain, then, as soon as possible.  President of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, said there was no reason to wait until October to begin negotiating Britain’s departure from the European Union.

“Britons decided yesterday that they want to leave the European Union, so it doesn’t make any sense to wait until October to try to negotiate the terms of their departure,” Juncker said in an interview with Germany’s ARD television station. “I would like to get started immediately.”

And then, there is Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, which sets out how an EU country might voluntarily leave the union. Vaguely written, there are some voices saying that though it says a member "may" depart from the union, it may not be as easy as Britain, or other defectors in waiting, might think.

In other words, the vote alone is not legally binding.  There are still a number of details to iron out, including negotiations and legally binding agreements. . . a process David Cameron had no intent on being a part of.  He stated it was the next Prime Minister's problem during his resignation speech.  The process, to put it in a simple manner, is a matter of ironing out the terms of the divorce.

The aim, according to German newspaper Die Welt, is that the EU should be making the UK an “associated partner country” of the EU.

Without Britain, and the possibility of losing the Netherlands, France, Hungary, Austria and Finland, the European Union geographically looks like it is shaping up to be a new German Empire.

Poland has also been voicing some criticism. The leader of Poland's ruling party, said that the UK referendum result shows the need for reform of the EU.  “The conclusion is obvious. We need a new European treaty," said Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who heads the Law and Justice party.

“We need a positive reaction, and not persistent movement in the same direction, a direction which has led to crisis," he added.

Denmark and Italy also see threats for an exit referendum rising up in their own countries.

In the end, for the globalists, it is about more than mere power. The world’s 400 richest people lost $127.4 billion Friday as global equity markets (I would prefer to just call them casinos) reeled from the news that British voters elected to leave the European Union. The billionaires lost 3.2 percent of their total net worth, bringing the combined sum to $3.9 trillion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. The biggest decline belonged to Europe’s richest person, Amancio Ortega, who lost more than $6 billion, while nine others dropped more than $1 billion, including Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, the wealthiest person in the U.K

Former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" on Friday that the U.K. voting to leave the European Union "is just the tip of the iceberg." (Source - CNBC)

'Europe will fall very soon': Now even MEPs say EU will CRUMBLE within five years after shock Brexit result. (Source - Daily Mail)

Here's the thing.  The globalists are backed into a corner, and they are very nervous.  They are like a wild animal, not sure what to do next.

You can use your imagination regarding the next move by the globalists, and likely, what you are thinking is not a very good thing.  Simply put, the globalist elite will not go down without a fight.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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