The strongly anti-Brexit, hyper-centralized mainstream media has come back with a new wave of fear mongering while toting the “possibility of a second referendum”, as a “dreaded no-deal scenario” comes closer. It seems likely that the no-deal Brexit scenario won’t happen — Theresa May, under pressure by the Masonic deep state, will likely keep us tied to European treaties, unless her cabinet keeps up the pressure. Several key pro-Brexit ministerial resignations suggests that May has veered towards upending the Brexit process.
The truth is, the UK in the EU is part of a socialist political, social, and economic redistribution and restructuring process that spreads resources across Europe, bolstering a single “European” entity under a bureaucratic and unelected government in Brussels. It’s goal is anti national representation and pro-bloc representation. No single nation is allowed to become too powerful, bureaucratic red tape is laden across anything and everything to disadvantage stronger nations and bolster the weaker, all the while Brussels holds all the influence.
The EU was and is solely an avenue designed to abolish nationhood and form a superstate; big chunks of the British economy are taken to bail out other failing nation states, fund them, and prop them up.
“No erosion of essential national sovereignty”, that was the promise to the UK upon entering the EEC in 1973. This promise has been broken.
The whole arrangement is protectionist while it backdoor floods European nations with rootless third world migrants who will vote to further consolidate European power and erode national identities — the goal being to plummet labor costs and create the next China or India, making Europe an economic powerhouse at the expense of the living standards of the average person.
The media is revving up the propaganda machine and pre-programming the general public into passively accepting a “half-in, half-out” deal which will keep the UK essentially tied to the EU, they do this by putting out material that is extremely negative about the situation to get people’s minds more accustomed to a soft Brexit.
After the new Brexit minister Dominic Raab (now unsurprisingly sidelined by May) claimed that the UK would “thrive” in a no-deal scenario; the media has moved in to redress the narrative — with the aforementioned hysterics.
Jacob Rees-Mogg called the renewed anti-Brexit push “Project Fear on speed”, adding: “It is a fallacy that countries will unilaterally decide to stop selling you their goods.” (The EU doesn’t have federal assent, yet, to impose something like that).
“The idea that food will not get through at Dover is entirely wrong” said Rees-Mogg,
“We would be free to import food, medicines, fuel as we wished and the EU could only stop this if it were to impose sanctions, which is not a credible thought.”
Newly elected populist leader, Matteo Salvini stated that “My experience in the European parliament tells me you either impose yourself or they swindle you,” alluding to Theresa May’s forgoing approach to negotiations.
Salvini, who recently advocated a “League of Leagues” to unite EU govts aiming to ‘defend their borders’, stated that he “will tour capital cities, and not just European ones, to create an alternative to this Europe founded on exploitation… [and] mass immigration.”
Back to Brexit.
So, what has the media concocted this time? Well…
- Super-gonorrhoea could spread more rapidly if the UK leaves the European Union, health chiefs have warned.
- Britain will have to stockpile food and medicine, the Army may have to be deployed to supply remote areas, aeroplanes will be grounded.
- Brexit poses a “threat to sandwiches”.
- Boss of Amazon warns of “civil unrest” in no-deal scenario.
- ‘Prepare for the worst’ in case of a no-deal Brexit.
- Amber Rudd comparing eurosceptics to climate change deniers.
The hysteria is obvious — what is equally clear is that the UK’s assets, economic power, and global influence is tangible, undeniable, and speaks for itself in, or out, of the EU — empty rhetoric, on the other hand, has led many to forget this reality.
If you’re in any doubt about the UK’s situation post-Brexit as the UK moves from EU vassalage arrangements to proper international agreements, read this article for an alternative, more sober take.