Brexit: What happens now? … David Cameron announces he will step down as PM by Oct … Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union. Mr Cameron made the announcement in a statement outside Downing Street after the final result was announced. He said he would attempt to “steady the ship” over the coming weeks and months. -BBC
This is great news and at the same time it makes us suspicious. The globalist bankers behind the European Union must be upset.
We rejoice in Britain’s sudden freedom from the corrupt and authoritarian EU.
We’re happy David Cameron is leaving. He did his best to start wars and shut down free speech, especially when it came to the Internet.
But we can’t believe it’s that simple. A vote and then … done.
Won’t there be repercussions? There have been threats already. What’s next?
When Andrew Jackson shut down the US’s second central bank, its head Nicholas Biddle threatened to cause a depression. Later on he did, making money scarce and getting Jackson censured in the process.
We’ve already carried one article a while ago explaining that it seemed as if officials at the Bank of England were issuing veiled threats before Brexit.
Let’s see what happens now. The fallout has hit world markets hard.
What happens now? Kuenssberg: PM’s luck runs out World reaction as UK votes to leave EU Labour ‘must change’ after EU campaign The referendum turnout was 71.8% – with more than 30 million people voting – the highest turnout at a UK-wide vote since 1992.
Labour’s Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the Bank of England may have to intervene to shore up the pound, which lost 3% within moments of the first result showing a strong result for Leave in Sunderland and fell as much as 6.5% against the euro.
The biggest puzzle for us is why Cameron called Brexit in the first place.
Supposedly he promised the referendum to gain political support in his own party. But that doesn’t make much sense to us.
Politicians regularly break their word. If he didn’t want to hold the referendum he probably could have found some way to scuttle it.
In our view, Cameron was never an independent actor.
We wrote an article hypothesizing that London’s City wanted to renegotiate certain business terms with the Brussels and the referendum provided the necessary excuse.
We’ve also speculated that the passage of Brexit would give Brussels an excuse to purse an “ever deeper” political union.
Ultimately, we have a hard time accepting Brexit at face value. The City of London in particular has tremendous control over central banks worldwide. It’s difficult to imagine this is simply a stumble.
Of course we’ve long proposed the Internet Reformation would have a bigger and bigger impact on the world.
Maybe it is exactly what it seems to be: Emancipation. But maybe it foretells something deeper and darker.
A feedbacker who provided a post we used in an article entitled “Speculation: Lagarde Is Out and India’s Rajan Is In” suggests a grimmer future as a result of Brexit.
You can find his full feedback under yesterday’s editoria, “Brexit: I’ve seen more subtle propaganda coming out of North Korea.”
Here’s what he thinks the future might hold. He’s been studying London City’s globalist enterprise since the mid 1990s.
He writes that we might expect, ” A big ramp up in “terror” attacks throughout Europe (and the USA too, most likely) throughout the summer. They want you to react … and [place] blame on the EU technocrats for causing it all.”
This will convince other EU nations to setup votes to leave the EU as quickly as possible. Evidence for this terror rampage going live now comes from a US travel alert warning for all tourists planning to visit Europe this summer… and the fact that the curtain has just been raised for this 1st act in Germany.
… The new debt deal for Greece will not be allowed to happen. LaGarde from the IMF has made it clear in a few missives now that Greece isn’t getting anymore relief. This should result in a loan payment default by Greece next month. The purpose of this denial is to cause greater financial instability within the EU to go along with the political instability within the EU, brought by their terror campaign.
Likely in September … the black hats “evil western nations” will go after the white hats BRICS … This is intended to bring an immediate stop to all goods trade and financial trade between the two warring sides, resulting in a global financial freezeup, or “Lehman moment.”
This is a cynical interpretation of what Brexit will bring. It is also one that makes some sense generally if we accept that Brexit and its outcome was actually part of a larger plan. We do believe for instance that globalist elements have been looking for a big event to further structure an internationalist regime.
Many people in the alternative media are giddy over Brexit, as well they should be. But there is another side to what’s going on that may end up being a lot less positive. We’ll only know as events play out.
One fact is certain: Brexit has been good for precious metals. Gold is up, and silver too. There’s talk gold could now go to $1,400. Who knows how high silver might climb.
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Conclusion: Brexit has changed the dynamic in the marketplace. Bitcoin and precious metals have both moved up and may have considerably farther to travel. These are strange times and they may get stranger still.
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