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Elite Jiu Jitsu: Brexit May Not Be Formalized and a More Centralized EU Could Be Built Rapidly
By Daily Bell Staff - July 02, 2016

The president of France has launched a scathing attack on Republican candidate Donald Trump, saying relations between the US and Europe would be complicated if the New York tycoon wins the White House.  In comments that were surprisingly outspoken for a sitting head of state about another country’s political candidate, François Hollande urged Democrats to work to ensure the victory of Hillary Clinton. –UK Independent

The Brexit Vote and Hillary’s troubles are being broadcast by the mainstream media, which surely means they are thematic elements of a larger narrative.

Usually, in this modern era, reality is exactly the opposite of what’s taking place.

Let’s look at the Brexit first.

We’ve explained in numerous different ways how the Brexit vote may actually advance authoritarianism and centralization.

And we’ve also mentioned that Brexit may not result in the full disengagement of Britain from the EU.

Here, from the UK Guardian:

Throughout the campaign, Cameron had repeatedly said that a vote for leave would lead to triggering Article 50 straight away. Whether implicitly or explicitly, the image was clear: he would be giving that notice under Article 50 the morning after a vote to leave. Whether that was scaremongering or not is a bit moot now but, in the midst of the sentimental nautical references of his speech yesterday, he quietly abandoned that position and handed the responsibility over to his successor.

And as the day wore on, the enormity of that step started to sink in: the markets, Sterling, Scotland, the Irish border, the Gibraltar border, the frontier at Calais, the need to continue compliance with all EU regulations for a free market, re-issuing passports, Brits abroad, EU citizens in Britain, the mountain of legislation to be torn up and rewritten … the list grew and grew. The referendum result is not binding. It is advisory. Parliament is not bound to commit itself in that same direction.

Is this why Boris Johnson announced recently that he would forego any attempt to gain the Prime Ministership?

It has been suggested there is some sexual scandal in his background.

But he could simply have  realized he was not willing to subject himself and his family to the pressure of formally removing Britain from the EU

This is NOT information that is being widely circulated by the mainstream media.

The narrative circulated by the mainstream media has to do with the anger “elites” feel about events now occurring.

The mainstream media is controlled around the world. This is the message they are providing us:

“Elites” feel angry about the way events are evolving.

The mainstream media is giving considerable space and ink to these sorts of comments.

An additional statement by Hollande in the article:

“[Trump’s] election would complicate relations between Europe and the United States. But let’s look beyond this scenario and become aware of a deep and lasting trend in the US – Americans no longer [intends] to be the policemen of the world.

“Europeans should understand and plan accordingly for their defence. For their economies. For their commercial policy. And for the protection of their cultural industries.”

Hollande wants us to believe that “elites” are being challenged in Europe and the US.

Things have changed. The elites are rocked on their heels.

Actually …

Brussels is in the process of setting up its own army and has also informed member states that it intend to reduce or remove many of their powers.

And Britain may never formally leave the EU. In fact, the next Prime Minister may be someone in the “remain” camp.

Now let’s examine the election in the US.  Currently it seems that Hillary is in a good deal of trouble.

Maybe Trump has a chance to become president.

We are not sure of the ways his presidency could be used to fulfill elite goals. That’s partially because narratives become clearer once events have taken place.

But it seems to us, as we have written in the past, that a larger narrative is being developed that sets “populism” against “globalism.”

The idea is to identify globalism as a sophisticated and necessary solution to the world’s problems. The kind of populism that Trump and Brexit represent are due to be discredited.

That’s one feasible narrative. There are others. Rush Limbaugh believes Hillary will not be indicted and that the present speculation is designed to discourage the opposition once it become clear that she is not in legal jeopardy.

Perhaps. Certainly events will become clearer as they unfold.

Conclusion: The larger political panorama rarely benefits individuals. Nor does it facilitate individual human action. Do what you can to take care of yourself and your family without counting on political trends.

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  • r2bzjudge

    “Brussels is in the process of setting up its own army and has also
    informed member states that it intend to reduce or remove many of their
    powers.”

    What should France or Germany be called, when they will no longer be countries? What should the French and German people be referred to as, since they will no longer be French or German?

    • Earn nest

      I am a Christian. The bible indicates that the EU will reduce to only ten nations. This should happen rather quickly.

      • James Clander

        Relying on fables is not reality.

  • Dimitri Ledkovsky

    About 75% of British voters came out for the Brexit vote. What that says to me is that 75% of the Brits crave one form of authoritarianism or another. One locus for centralized governmental control or another. But God forbid considering anything more liberating!

    • notinmyname

      From many years observation, I can confirm that the default position of the average Briton is on their knees, backside in the air, yelling “Thank you Sir! Please may I have another.”

  • natural human

    Another good article summarizing in real time how our controllers operate. Like the realization that almost everything in our present system is based on at least one very purposeful contrivance, realizing a control matrix comprised of humans actually exists is critical. If the folks could just grasp these two fundamental concepts there could be hope for happiness in this world.

  • Joseph Burke

    “Brussels is in the process of setting up its own army” The initial phases of WWIII? The human race will never learn…

    • Tsigantes

      Actually what is happening is that the EU national armies will be absorbed into NATO under US command. EU countries will be paying for their part and thus USA doubles its forces and arsenal at no cost.

      • Is US as the commander? Only in name.
        The human race cannot learn – but a pause for true humanity is willingness to learn.
        Parasitic thinking – or thinking-feeling that opens to being manipulated and used unknowingly – has to be recognized for what it is – and is not. No one else can do this for another – but we can hold for and support the conditions of honest communication and relationship in which deceits cannot find soil or welcome and nurture. Up to you! But it does not seem up to you until you accept the true as the perspective in which the false is revealed false.
        A Global Consciousness is not a global mechanism of control – but an aligning within true individuality that is embracing of its relationships rather than ‘lording’ over them (even in private rehearsal or ‘judgement’).

  • gordon

    I have believed all along that clinton would wriggle out of the e-mail scandal, a view now magnified by the fact that bubba had a one to one with lynch very recently. I cannot believe how a country as large and as diverse as the US can present candidates for the presidency with the calibre of these two clowns.

    • Webforager

      Probably because, no matter what, there will be a clown in office reaffirming the status quo.

    • Doski

      Could it Be that the Jesters (Other Potential Candidates) which make up The Congress and Senate are worse than H.R.C. and D.J.T. ?
      Undoubtedly !!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Bruce C.

    Here’s another POV that might be happening: The “elites” in Europe are just as tone deaf as the ones in the US. They are sounding as dumb as the American msm in incorrectly echoing what Trump has “said”. Trump says that either other (rich) countries ought to provide their own defense and policing OR they should be paying the US to provide it. That’s the refreshing common sense business-like, capitalist, free market, “should have had a V-8” option. I guess Hollande thinks the word “complicate” is a scary one, as though Americans should care about US-Europe relations becoming (more) so. What he means, and what everyone else knows he means, is that the EU is going to start to pay the US for a lot of things, and that’s going to make their top-heavy monstrosity even more unstable.

    Alternatively, the EU/Brussels is going to conger up its own military (like that’s going to cost less, right?). Frankly, I hope the EU tries for pure entertainment purposes. I would love to see how the spoiled, bratty, deluded European youth will take to that.

    As far as Brexit is concerned I would say that the main result will be that the UK will gain better trading terms with the EU and without subjugation of EU authority (i.e., Britain gets to determine what rules and regulations it will follow) in exchange for the UK “remaining” in the EU for political appearances, perhaps to discourage other defections.

    Lastly, I don’t think it matters any more whether Clinton is indicted or not. By the time of the election she’s going to be bludgeoned right, left, and center for so many things that she might even want to resign. Most people don’t trust her, Obama, the DOJ, Congress, and even the Supreme Court (interestingly, all for different reasons) and even the FBI is becoming suspicious.

    Furthermore, if the globalism/populism meme is cast in those terms globalism is going to lose.

  • What if almost everyone lies to themselves and refuses responsibility
    for their self so as to think and act in ways that are not in their own
    interests or others? If you told them true they would only hate you and
    deny and so you are obliged to accommodate their fictions and work
    within such a framework but from a desire to realign or reintegrate to a
    true recognition and appreciation in place of a mess of nested lies.
    The key linkage is associating their thinking with unwanted outcomes so
    as to inspire more conscious discernment as to the thoughts they accept
    as true for them. Instead of being ‘run’ by insane thinking that
    projects cause away as if to escape it. That is how we gave power away.

    Elitism is at odds with reality and so what it asserts as narrative is the opposite of what is really going on – imposing a private reality experience of overcoming or redistributing pain in struggle within a sense of threat. If such victory is hollow – where is ‘power’ but the capacity to de-‘life’ or deny consciousness its true movement of being. I am not calling from the arena – or even the stands. The ‘dynamic’ of conflict operates diversion and division to rule out Sanity.

    The idea of power is defined by its starting point and can only arrive at its starting point – perhaps to know it for the first time. Usurping the movement of our being is a self-specialness of presumed control. But is this truly a power that we have and are – or is it an illusion defended against truth?

    The stories by which we self-limit and thus seem powerless are the stories of guilt, fear and blaming hate. Whatever roles are being played out – they all reinforce the belief in power to deny and be denied, judge and be judged, kill and be killed. However the same law of return operates in forgiving and being forgiven. Anyone living this willingness knows the power of true presence – in which ancient hate is released from perpetual recycle and lies no longer demand answer or understanding.

    ‘Justified hate’ hates the idea of forgiveness. It seeks vengeance. It masks within its ‘narrative justification’. It operates attack without recognizing it attacks itself. It is an insanity of fragmented personae re-enacting archetypal separation drama. Not to underestimate the intensity of such experience – but to invite curiosity as to how we set ourselves up to suffer – and is that what we truly want?

    Whatever anyone else is up to – I live this day as a conscious creative relationship within the movement of being or felt presence – in which stories fade from compulsive resolution and become mappings back to the mind that made them – which I enjoy being free of and thus free to feel outside the box of what I thought I knew myself or life to be.

    In losing myself in this way I open a quality of conscious depth that mere thinking blindly defends against. I cant claim anything for myself apart and alone as a result and have even less of any control I might have thought I had – at least not without covering over such presence with assertive presentation.

    The power to feel and know may be denied by fears, guilts and hates insofar as they trigger self-definition of defence against feeling and knowing.

    I’ve written a few things lately on Brexit and in this post felt to bring the elitist agenda clearly into focus as a fascination, fixation and addiction within the idea of power over Life. As I see, the more we think we have – the less we Are – and the more we believe we need it.

    However the richness and the depth of human experience is a wonder to behold – and just because there are such polarities of experience and expression does not mean we have to be identified against the hateful to follow or flow in loving life. In fact what we resist – persists and what we push away – turns out to be the baggage that sabotages our relationships until we truly listen instead of seeking power to get rid of things we hate about ourself.

    Use the reflections that resonate true of you to uncover more of who you truly are – if you want. Then you recognize the story is free to align with who you are instead of telling you who to be.

    • John Caudill

      Man, what have you been smoking? You make as much sense as most druggies do when loaded!

      • Ah! Perhaps You are ‘The Exception’. Perfectly free of deceits and without any ‘subconscious or unconscious’ contradiction to your face or presentation?

        Are you aware that psychological defences operate to maintain a persona or mask identity – and that this is not only pervasive to humankind – but the underlying basis for the structuring of society.

        When you recognize your own distortions – you will be less quick to invalidate the perceived distortions in others.

        I can accept “I cannot make sense of what you write” and accept this as a valid exchange.
        But to mask an invalidating put down in the guise of an appeal to join in humour is exactly offering an example of ‘lying to yourself as a way of refusing responsibility for your experience’.

        When lies, tricks and deceits are accepted and traded as valid currency, communication is lost to war of one-up-man-ship. You are clearly The Winner here for you have your war all wrapped up, done and dusted. And I have the benefit of knowing and living my purpose regardless it serves none for you as you currently accept yourself to be.

        But the fact that you felt moved to take the time and give attention indicates that you felt something – whatever you then chose to do with that.

        When you attempt to define and control the narrative – you pretend to a power that is not yours – but if enough join in the scapegoating – it can become effectively consensual. Perhaps this sense of ‘deciding or thinking for others’ attracts you to become your focus in life and you rise within the ‘elites’ as a cutting intelligence that can nip any expression of life in the bud and use everything anyone says to prove their invalidity and unworthiness in the eyes of others.

        Lies is what is going on – and what is going on lies waiting to be uncovered and recognized. Who do you trust? Your conditioning?

        I sometimes drink coffee – but that is irrelevant to what I write. In biological terms the brain – (and its extensions in the body and gut) is a drug factory. Everyone is ‘on’ something. My basic feeling is that joy chemistry operates integratively and the denial or suppression or sacrifice of joy operates segregatively – and towards a dis-integrity.
        If I join with a sense of humour in your comment I have no trouble in sharing purpose. I’m aligning in a sense of joy and shared worth, man! – what kind of sense are you looking for?

        Society is already the making sense of misery, and it is impossible not to meet this ‘sense’ of misery as a sense of overwhelming consensus-reality in which any witness for joy stands out as dissonant – so much so that joy-beings fear to ‘come out’ and so withhold or withdraw their presence.

        The extension of presence is not miserly and in a natural way embodies a generosity of Spirit. It is harder to hold onto misery in the gift of a true appreciation and so the dedicated miser seeks to operate in the shadows.

        Yes – I am getting off on what your comment brings up within me – but not at your expense. if I did not honour your choice I would not be joining with the power in you that is real. Your freedom to accept or reject anything I or anyone has to say is a great treasure. Watch out for thieves in the night (conditioned reaction), for hackers and phishers of trojan intent – who feed off of what would have been the light of your joy – lacking awareness of any other source of sustenance.

        And thank you for helping illuminate what I was attempting to convey to a worthiness for joy in others – and you no less.

        • John Caudill

          Ah, I see, you are a prophet. One who partakes in imaganitive particulates to shore up a verse, long in narrative, short on purpose, to leave a listener baffled by a direction known only to the craftsman. The Bible is full of that discourse, meaningful to few who are dazzled by a melancholy hereafter. Reality, rarely understood, is day to day existence without fanfare and enjoyed by hard work and persistence.
          You, definitely a course in contradiction, straddle a!Tight rope between reality and hard work chasing persistence! Must be some good shit you are smoking.

  • Webforager

    I think Rush has it right. IF Hillary makes it to the oval office then she will be insulated from her skeletons.

  • rahrog

    The elite jiu jitsu masters (lmao) always seek to destroy that which they cannot control. Their banks, and the governments that their banks own, are the tools they use to steal our humanity.

  • John Caudill

    No doubt. As Obama is for his ‘Treasonous Activities’ to date has revealed. Somehow, the last 15 years has produced a litany of Stalwart Liars and profound imaginations with little or no objections from the masses. “He who laughs longest laughs last” as an old professor of yore exclaimed to the willing ears. Our community, with its comical educational system, is producing a gullible, ignorant voting block so enamored with perceived “Political Correctness” (Which is a taught attitude persued by our elite media in its single mineded path of socialistic premises.) that reality is a long lost attitude reserved for those who langur under a Pyschiatrists analysis. Stupidity is now a reasonable degree, sought by the idiots of our liberal educational system with its acceptance of “Sexual Prefernce” and other, more preposterous leanings, leaving the common human with little or no voice in their own existence.
    Just look at our political and media enviornment, Laurel and Hardy could not have written a more ludicrous script.

    • notinmyname

      It was political correctness that stymied discussion of and about immigration in the UK for the past 30-odd years with the result that when the genie was let out of the bottle it caused such trouble.

      • John Caudill

        Well, the cork is not, as of yet, been truly released from the vacuum of the bottle. Vacuums take a lot more force to escape than it took to capture, take the black culture in the Americas; free for 60 years yet still entrapped by the vaccume that clings to all who seek freedom but their social manners still cling to their coat tails leaving a stain on their footprints. The Arab and its Muslim coat tail has a huge obstacle to contain, created by a few but allowed by their social need to accumulate, is again being wrought upon us by the UK and their politicaly correct isolationism.

        • notinmyname

          Are you suggesting that isolationism, per se, is politically correct? And if so, isolationism from whom?
          The problem with the perception of immigration in the UK from the point of view of those voters – like myself – who voted to leave stems from the disconnect between cause and effect as broadcast and cause and effect in actuality. The BoE’s own figures suggested very strongly that wages – at the bottom end – were being depressed by high levels of immigration.
          I don’t understand how an Arab and Muslim “coat tail” and consequences thereof are in any wise the responsibility of the Uk. Quite the contrary, I should have thought.

          • John Caudill

            I am not suggesting anything. The perception is the UK is practicing isolationism, as the Arabs, Blacks and other entities, religious and ethnics do out of loyalty and habit. Truly the bane of society. But, I assume, neccessary for humanities peace of mind.
            Unfortunately this kind of thinking is what creates conflict and has for centuries. I agree with you and perhaps the media is not seeing as you do, resulting again in perceptions created by their own agenda.
            Remember, there is a huge voice out there vying for the spotlight, twisting and wringing ideals to fit their own beliefs, regardless the absurd nature of their intent. We are some of the few who discuss our opinions with an open mind and share ideas. Something amiss in today’s political environment.

          • notinmyname

            Precisely.
            Thank you for elucidating and expanding.
            For my part I have to say that I’d be delighted to see the practise of a little more British loyalty and habit with Britain in Europe. That is, by the way, in Europe, not in the EU! British culture, politics, business and finance has always been European in outlook. Long may it continue.
            Just – not as I said – in the EU.

          • John Caudill

            My pleasure, it’s always nice to share ideals with another who has a reasonable prescense of mind.

          • John Caudill

            Understand ‘Bammy’ is giving support to Hillary by ‘riding’ on Air Force One, costing the tax payers $207k an hour, definitely a gross misuse of public funds, unless, of course, the Don is offered the same consideration?
            From my perspective, public funds should never be doled out by a sitting politician using public funds. That’s what donors are for. Another impeachable offense by this senseless bandit of public funds whose vacations our in the billion dollar range this last 7.5 years!
            Comments?

  • Eurotrash

    Does anyone here even train Jiu-Jitsu? I’m glad the comparison has been made. I tell my Jiu-Jitsu training partners how much the globalists use Jiu-Jitsu philosophy to reach their goals. I get blank stares or idiotic responses in return.

  • max naegele

    the brexit was not intended by the elites! and yes, they do want globalism 2 b the enemy of populism and will try with their manipulated media apparatus, 2 make the people believe (whom they do not give a castlemainneXXXX about), that is is in their interest to defeat populism and embrace globalism! they will also try and already have started, 2 make an example out of england, 2 make sure nobody else will even think aloud about leaving the EU! for if the MOPs (masters of puppets) have enough power 2 crucify england , what chance do a greece, slowokia, austria etc stand? we live in very interesting times indeed, and whoever is a true libertarian, should wish england and its sovereign, the people, all the luck in the world 2 defeat George Soros and his partners in crime! if the pound should go level with the euro, I will go heavily into the pound 2 support my fair england! Come on Chelceeeeeeeeeeeee!

    • notinmyname

      Quite right: the plebiscite was never inteded to produce the result it did. It was called, primarily, to try and defuse internal tensions and rifts in the Conservative party. Considering that the entire might of the Establishment – from civil service, media, all the way down – was thrown at the process ti skew the result, it is remarkable that Brexiters achieved the result they did.
      Don’t get too excited, though. I doubt if Brexit will actually happen.

      • max naegele

        yes, brexit might not happen after all, but even if it does not, it will create even more chaos 4 the EU and that in itself I find more than encouraging in my decade long struggle to destroy the brussels dictatorship! don t get me wrong, I m all 4 europe but I m against brussels! it should also help more of the “goy” 2 wake up and beginn 2 c the world 4 what it is and that has not much 2 do with democracy even though of course we still have more rights here than say 4 example in china, north korea etc. if one country kills 10 millions and another kills 20 millions, than the one which kills only 10 millions is better in a way but surly not good either? 4 people often say, “yes u r right but it s still better than somewhere else”, which of course might b true but that sort of complacency or thinking is exactly what the MOPs want us 2 subscribe 2! qui tacet consentire videmus! so, the way I figure, what has happened is already a victory 4 freeeeeeeeeeeedom and libertas, but what the MOPs r also very good in is 2 turn a problem into an ever greater victory ultimately, but I stll hope 4 the best 4 without hope one might as well check out 4 good aka Chrome2thedome!

  • Praetor

    Interesting! Two Asian terms used in this analysis. Tycoon and Jiu Jitsu. Tycoon, is the word used by Americans to describe the Shogun’s in Japan. Jiu Jitsu, a martial art form using ground fighting.

    Trump, Isn’t using Jiu Jitsu. Trump the shogun, is practicing a martial art form called KajuKenBo.

    In KajuKenBo, self expression, and reality being practical focuses of the art of fighting. In KajuKenBo, you can kick a person in the groin or poke the person in the eyes, because the idea is to win and survive. Not to be nice and die.

    KajuKenBo incorporated may other martial art forms, but the main focus was ‘Individual Action’ and using you’re instinct to survive!!!

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