Feb 08

Nigel Farage Delighted After UK Parliament Overwhelmingly Votes To Trigger Brexit:

In a victory for Prime Minister Theresa May, the UK Parliament’s House of Commons voted overwhelmingly to trigger Britain’s exit from the European Union, defeating attempts by pro-EU lawmakers to attach extra conditions to her plan to start divorce talks by March 31. 494 to 122 lawmakers voted in favor of a law giving EU nationals the automatic right to remain in the UK as the first piece of legislation to authorise Brexit made its way through the Commons, ending days of intense debate which have tested May’s slim parliamentary majority.

The vote prompted a delighted Nigel Farage to tweet “I never thought I’d see the day where the House of Commons overwhelmingly voted for Britain to Leave the European Union.” Continue reading »

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Feb 05

04.02.2017

Jeff is interviewed by Richie Allen for the Richie Allen Show, topics include: the upcoming Anarchapulco conference, highlights and details, the Trump presidency, mixed signals, twitter based president, ‘free trade’ deals, a Jesuit connection, staged events masquerading as news, no fed audit, Trump vs the globalists, refilling the swamp, protectionist policies destroy the economy, isolationism, free movement of labor vs the big state, NATO terrorism, Brexit still unfolding, the elites losing control, the future of the European union, Obama and the anti-war left, the anti-Trump movement and possible Calexit, possible increase in the police state, bring more freedom into the world.

H/t reader squodgy:

“We have true Democracy in UK.
If the people vote unacceptably to the wishes of the establishment, they are totally ignored, yay!

See this…”

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Jan 25

FYI.

Let’s see.


Alois Irlmaier: Documenting the lead up to World War 3 as predicted by German seer of same name. is right around the corner. Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.

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Jan 24

In Blow To Theresa May, UK Supreme Court Rules Parliament Must Vote Before Brexit Can Start:

In a blow to Theresa May’s ambitions to implement a “clean Brexit”, on Tuesday morning UK’s Supreme Court ruled the UK Prime Minister can’t start the Brexit process without approval from Parliament, a decision that could potentially complicate her path toward a clear break from the European Union. Eight justices voted against the government and three voted in favor of it, in a decision that was widely expected.

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Jan 24

The Latest: UK to introduce Brexit legislation ‘within days’:

LONDON (AP) — The Latest on the British Supreme Court ruling on Brexit (all times local): 12:50 p.m. Britain’s Brexit secretary says Prime Minister Theresa May’s government will introduce a bill to Parliament within days after losing a Supreme Court case Tuesday on whether lawmakers need to have a say on Britain’s exit from the European Union.

David Davis responded to the Supreme Court ruling in a statement before the House of Commons on Tuesday. He says the government will introduce a straightforward bill to invoke Article 50, triggering the two-year process of negotiations for Britain’s withdrawal from the 28 nation bloc. Continue reading »

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Jan 24

23.01.2017

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Dec 12

European bid to STOP Brexit: Italy PM shamelessly admits delight at UK exit not happening:

THE MAN charged with succeeding Matteo Renzi as Italian Prime Minister has previously suggested Britain may not leave the EU despite the Brexit vote.

Paolo Gentiloni, a Renzi loyalist who served as Foreign Minister, has been .Mr Renzi on constitutional reform last week.

Mr Gentiloni, 62, takes over with Italy facing a banking crisis and a rise in anti-establishment and eurosceptic parties.

Speaking back in July, Mr Gentiloni suggested he would be delighted if Brexit was ignored and suggested the UK Government would be permitted to defy the will of the British people.

He told BBC HARDtalk the UK still had time to change its mind. Continue reading »

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Dec 06

EU’s Brexit negotiator puts time pressure on Britain:

BRUSSELS (AP) — Britain may not have two years to negotiate its divorce from the European Union after all. The EU’s chief negotiator on Brexit warned Tuesday that the country will have less than 18 months once talks begin and that it won’t be allowed to pick and choose what parts of the EU it wants to keep.

The British government, meanwhile, agreed for the first time to publish details of its plans for Brexit before formal talks start — though how much detail it would disclose remained an open question. While steering away from specifics on what a Brexit deal might look like, EU negotiator Michel Barnier, who took up his post months ago after Britain voted in June to leave the EU, said formal procedures at the start and end of the talks will cut into the time Britain has to leave. Continue reading »

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Nov 30

H/t reader squodgy:

“Muddying the Waters.

Democracy at its finest in an autocratic dictatorship.

The European Court of Justice (??!!??) is but a compliant puppet of the European Parliament which is totally unrepresentative of the wishes of the population.”


Top British Barrister Warns Brexit Battle Bound by Brussels Bureaucracy, Not UK:

The British Advocate General in the European Court of Justice – the most senior UK member – has said that the final legal decision over Britain’s exit from the European Union – aka Brexit – will be settled in the Luxembourg court, not one in Britain.

Eleanor Sharpston QC was speaking ahead of a decision by the UK Supreme Court over whether UK Prime Minister should have the legal right to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, triggering the formal start of Brexit negotiations, or the UK Parliament itself.

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Nov 27

BREXIT DIVIDEND: UK set for £32BN bonanza from EU exit and it COULD go to bolster NHS

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Nov 23

H/t reader squodgy:

“As always, Brandon Smith hits the nail on the head.

This is his next forecast.”


World Suffers From Trump Shell Shock – Here’s What Will Happen Next:

I’ve been saying this for a long time, and I’ll say it again here — in life there are only two kinds of people:  those who know and those who don’t.  Some might claim there is a third option: those who don’t want to know.  In any case, if you want to be able to foresee geopolitical and social trends, you have to be one of the people who know.

Above all else, in order to know you must be willing to step outside of the confusion and theater of the circus and look at developments from above.  If you are biased and retain too many sacred cows you will never understand how the world works.  You will be too busy trying to reinforce your own fantasies to see anything else.

Beyond this, you must also understand that political and social developments are not random; they are either reactions to deliberate policies of special interests or they are driven by policies of special interests.  Therefore, these developments are predictable and can be calculated (to a point). Continue reading »

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Nov 22

Related info:

Royal Navy To Lose Missiles And Be Left Only With Guns


EU Army to be ratified… saddling Britain with £420mn annual bill despite Brexit vote:

The European Union hopes to ratify plans for a combined, continent-wide army on Tuesday night, which could lumber the UK with an annual bill worth hundreds of millions of pounds, despite Britain’s intention to leave the bloc.

EU politicians met in Brussels on Tuesday morning to thrash out details of the proposed force and will later vote on establishing an “EU-wide system for the coordination of rapid movement of defense forces personnel.” Continue reading »

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Nov 14

UK Column News – 11th November 2016:

Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson are joined by Alex Thomson from Eastern Approaches for today’s news, including:

START    George Osborne gets a gong from the Queen
03:00      More media panic over Donald Trump
09:30      Similarities in media rhetoric between Trump and Brexit
20:40      One Guardian journalist calls for Trump assassination
22:15      The Guardian calls on Facebook to do more to prevent “fake news”
28:00      The ramifications of Brexit on the German economy
32:30      Junker demands faster EU military integration
44:45      The Common Purpose agenda continues
52:00      The Scottish government and EU fund programme to educate 2 year old children about their gender alternatives

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Nov 06

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“The People Made Their Choice” – Theresa May Vows To Deliver “Full” EU Exit Despite Court Challenge:

In the aftermath of last week’s surprising decision by a UK High Court to force a parliamentary vote on Article 50, a hard – or even soft – Brexit suddenly has been put in question, having thrown the government’s plans to launch a two-year divorce process by the end of March into disarray, and sending the Pound soaring. So in her first public statement since the vote, British Prime Minister Theresa May, writing in the Sunday Telegraph, said she is confident of overturning the ruling and vowed that she would deliver a full exit from the European Union, hitting back at critics of her Brexit strategy who have threatened to try to block the process in parliament.

In her op-ed, May signaled she would resist any attempt to force her to change her approach to leaving the EU:

The people made their choice, and did so decisively. It is the responsibility of the government to get on with the job and to carry out their instruction in full,May wrote. She said members of parliament who regretted the referendum result “need to accept what the people decided”. Continue reading »

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Nov 04

H/t reader squodgy:

“All wasted. The point is, and Farage knew it all along, that the PTB banksters got a shock when Joe public voted OUT, and have been in damage limitation ever since.

This enforced procrastination, which is a legal right forces the Government to debate the matter of Brexit BEFORE applying the trigger of Article 50 escape plan, but it gives the PTB time and enables pressure to be brought by the MI5 & 6 DIRTMONGERS on any disobedient MP’s, threatening their careers & incomes, and they’re all wimps, closet fags or paedos with no principles other than greed, so are totally exposed to pressure from above.

So, the whole thing will eventually be shelved, and then the UK will wake up to the deception.”


Prospect of early general election increases after High Court rules Government cannot trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval

Nigel Farage Warns Of Untold “Public Anger” After UK High Court Decision As Deutsche Now Sees 2017 Elections

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Oct 28

Brexit Blowback Begins: UK Home Electronics Prices Spike As Currency Crashes

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Oct 19
 Moments ago, sterling reverted to its familiar downward sliding trajectory and took a steep move lower following a Bloomberg report that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government is “battening down the hatches for coming Brexit talks, instructing officials to avoid any back-door contacts that could hand the U.K. an advantage”, citing people familiar with the discussions.

According to the report, Merkel’s chancellery is receiving U.K. diplomats but refusing to grant U.K. any favors in advance of the official negotiations. It adds that some government ministries are instructed to shun official contacts with U.K. counterparts that could reveal negotiating positions.

German message in private is same as in public: can’t start discussions before U.K. triggers Article 50 exit clause.

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Oct 16

H/t reader squodgy:

“Bloody hell….all my life I always got blamed.

But this time I’m really sorry, I voted Brexit and my vote is the reason for the World Economic Collapse.

So sorry everybody.”


Global Elites Are Getting Ready To Blame You For The Coming Financial Crash:

Those people that have any doubts about where the narrative is headed for global economic stability simply have not been paying attention lately.

As I pointed out in my pre-Brexit referendum article, Brexit: Global Trigger Event, Fake Out Or Something Else?, the story being scripted by the globalists is one of the “failures and crimes” of conservative movements. I predicted that the Brexit would pass based on this language used by international financiers and elites leading up to the vote. Continue reading »

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Oct 13

EU Seeks €20 Billion Divorce Settlement:

The price of Brexit is high and rising.

On top of previous demands such as a “fair but inferior deal” for the UK,  the EU now wants a €20 billion divorce settlement as the UK’s “fair share” of inane projects the UK agreed to as part of the EU.

EU officials insist the UK is on the hook for past spending commitments.

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Here is the question of the day: Why Should Britain Pay for a Brexit Divorce? Continue reading »

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Oct 02

H/t reader squodgy:

“Now this is a surprise. But it cannot be done without the approval of the German Queen and her Rothschild Banksters.”


Brexit begins: Theresa May takes axe to EU laws

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Sep 30

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100 reasons why Brexit was a good thing

H/t reader squodgy.

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Sep 05

FYI.


Le Pen Praises Brexit, Promises Frexit Referendum On EU:

French National elections take place in two rounds of voting 2017. Marine le Pen is widely expected to be one of the final two candidates.

Today she praised the UK for choosing their own destiny and repeated her pledge to have a referendum on France’s membership in the EU.

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In her first public meeting after a summer break in the tiny village of Brachay in northeastern France, Le Pen portrayed herself as the sole credible defender of law and order and national unity, saying the best way to combat terrorism was the ballot paper. Continue reading »

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Aug 27

In “Victory For Eurosceptics” British PM Will Begin Brexit Negotiations Without Parliamentary Vote:

In what the Telegraph dubs a victory for Eurosceptics, the conservative newspaper reported overnight that Britain’s new Prime Minister, Theresa May, will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before formally triggering Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. “Her decision will come as a blow to Remain campaigners, who had been hoping to use Parliament to delay or halt Brexit entirely.”

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Aug 27

H/t reader I.G.

FYI.


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Aug 14

So Brexit will come way too late.


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UK could remain in EU till late 2019: Ministers:

The United Kingdom could remain in the European Union until late 2019 as civil servants are struggling with Brexit, and elections in France and Germany may hold up the start of exit negotiations, ministers have privately warned.

Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to enact Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty, which would start a two-year countdown to leaving the bloc.

However, she might have to postpone it because her new Brexit and international trade departments are not ready, according to The Sunday Times. Continue reading »

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Aug 06

BREXIT BLOCK: EU bureaucrats tell Britain to PAY £20BN bill or we WON’T let you leave:

BRUSSELS bureaucrats are forcing Britain to cough up a staggering £20BILLION before the country unshackles itself from the beleaguered bloc, it has emerged.

The European Union has threatened to hold the UK to ransom if it fails to pay the bill, in a scathing attack on democracy following Britain’s momentous Brexit vote.

An EU source told a German newspaper: “A deal with Britain is inconceivable if the British do not settle these liabilities.”  Continue reading »

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Jul 25

H/t reader squodgy:

“I think not. The parrots were only doing as they were told. I still believe the populace were herded into Brexit under a false ‘identity/immigration’ banner.
For years now, because the core of the Rothschild dynasty is resident in England, logically, they would want it to be the base for the future of their next economic structure.
This article kind of sets off down that road, but also points to israel becoming more entrenched as a major player than certain forecasts predict.”

I believe London, as well as Frankfurt (former Rothschild residence), will be destroyed.


London vs. Wall Street: The Other Side Of The Brexit

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Jul 25

H/t reader squodgy:

“As predicted, Brexit WILL be used to trigger the economic collapse starting with a UK Banks “Bail Out” followed by a “Bail in” as the snowball of economic inactivity gathers momentum.

Brexit is the perfect ploy, even though it won’t happen as the 52% had hoped.

Ignorance of the internal workings of the PTB have made us all look stupid, but will we learn?”


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London Bankers Plot Bailout Under New Prime Minister: “Monetary Response to Brexit Shock”:

It seems that it is payday for the banksters.

As a new bailout is being prepared by the Bank of England, there are questions about what, if any, actions will actually be taken to leave the European Union under the new prime minister, who actually campaigned for ‘Remain’ but has so far appointed pro-Brexit cabinet members.

The new Prime Minister in the UK, Theresa May has announced that she will not pursue Article 50 proceedings to leave the EU anytime during 2016, setting the stage for putting off the split that the referendum called for.

According to the London Guardian: Continue reading »

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Jul 23

Article 50 was designed ‘NEVER to be used’ – says the man who wrote the EU divorce clause:

THE MAN who wrote Article 50 has admitted it was NEVER supposed to be used as Britain gets set to divorce the European Union.

Giuliano Amato, a former Italian Prime Minister, claimed Britain must “lose” when it comes to finances – so they are forced to stay in the single market.

Mr Amato told a conference in Rome, he had inserted the get-out clause specifically to prevent the British from complaining that there was no clear cut, official way for them to bail out of the Union.

He said: “I wrote Article 50, so I know it well. Continue reading »

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Jul 22

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Nigel Farage Announces European Referendum Tour:

Proclaiming his support for new British PM Theresa May, former UKIP head Nigel Farage explained “she has said ‘Brexit means Brexit’ and I believe her,” before announcing plans for his European Referendum Tour during a much at the Republican national convention yesterday. Farage told Politico that he would start a tour of European cities in September to help spread the appetite for referendums on EU membership beyond the UK.

“One of the joys of not continuing as party leader is having more time, so I will be traveling around Europe helping other independence movements, but I won’t be telling them how to vote,” Farage said. Continue reading »

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