June 24, 2016 In a stunning vote that sent a shock wave through the world, the middle class in the UK stiffened their backs against the notion of an international central government. Tired of sending euros to bail out failed socialist governments in the EU, United Kingdom producers said no more. The 52%-48% vote in favor of England’s exit from the European Union, sent a clear message from the working class that they will not be denied the right of self determination by socialist elitists who see themselves as modern day Robin Hoods. And this is just the beginning. Watch for France, Italy, Germany and others to follow suit.
A former advisor to Margaret Thatcher, when interviewed on the Lou Hobbs show, stated that Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher were cheering in their graves over this vote. At the same time, grand narcissist Barack Obama and panderer Hillary Clinton were no doubt crying in their beer. It was Winston Churchill who said “Socialism in the best form of government except for every other form that has ever been tried,” and it was Barak Obama who, believed his very appearance in the UK would shock and awe the electorate into preserving the EU.
The idea of a “One World Order, of which the EU is a mini-mock-up, is as inane as it is delusory. It is a socialist concept that it is the governments responsibility to redistribute the wealth of the worlds producers to the lower class. On a grand scale, redistribution would be expanded from counties, states, and countries to nations. The American working middle class, for example, would continue to be taxed and their tax money sent to Poland, Greece or any other country to support populations who retire at age 52 and this largely because of inept socialist policies. Workers in free countries will simply not continue to do this.
Brexit was a vote for free enterprise. It was a vote for the freedom to determine one’s own future. It is a vote for restricting government intrusion into our personal lives. What it was not was a move to deny the underprivileged the necessities of life but a move to improve their chances of having more that any government could give them.
Brexit was a vote for freedom!