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Author Topic: Brexit: Another revolt against the USA that is spreading like the Arab Spring  (Read 1834 times)
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« on: 2016 Jul 01, 02:06:54 AM »

Brexit is the public vote in favor of a British exit (Br-exit) from the European Union (EU). The key factor that prompted the UK's decision to leave the EU is the influx of refugees from the wars the USA has started in the Middle East. The EU is pro-USA, and they're basically cleaning up the USA's mess, so the USA can keep their voters in favor of more wars. Of course, the only reason the EU is doing this is because the USA controls most of Europe's politicians (it is perilous to say "no" if the USA has a military base in your country).

The people of the EU are not happy about all the refugees, but they're being encouraged to think of them as "immigrants" instead of "refugees", to deflect attention away from the root of the problem - the USA's wars. This is much like the world governments decision to insist a coin is not a coin unless it is a fiat coin, and all non-fiat coins should be called "medals" - which is a silly lie that people believe only because it gets repeated often, much like fan death. It's possible for people to believe anything if it gets repeated often enough. That's the fundamental operating principle of any kind of malicious propaganda, but of course, a few people are not so easily fooled, and that's why jury legal systems tend to reject scientists, engineers, and other rigorously educated people from serving on a jury, especially when the government wants to convict an innocent person.

Now that the UK has decided they don't want to be the USA's garbage bin, other countries are questioning their support of the USA's killing machine. Allegedly, Turkey was employed to perpetrate a false flag attack against the civilian population of Ghouta in Syria, with a twist: They used illegal weapons of mass destruction - chemical weapons - to gas everyone moments before the UN's weapons inspectors were due to arrive, so they could verify compliance with Syria's commitment to eliminate chemical weapons from their arsenal. Most conspicuously, the USA's sock-puppets in control of Wikipedia have eliminated any information that comes directly from the UN inspectors, because the inspectors voiced their suspicions about the unlikely timing and place of the attack. It looked exactly like a ridiculously obvious false flag attack, and Turkey is taking the heat for it.

So, what's this? It appears Turkey is tired of doing the USA's dirty work in Syria. Turkey apologized to Russia for shooting down one of their defenders protecting Syria from the USA's attempted conquest, and all indications are that Turkey doesn't give a flying poop what the USA thinks about it. Turkey didn't stop with just an apology, they are wholly embracing close diplomatic relations with Russia, including swapping ambassadors at each other's new embassies. See for yourself: Turkey mends fences with Israel, Russia in foreign policy reset | Reuters.

Yikes! What's next? Will the EU treat the UK's Brexit as an act of rebellion, or as an act of leadership? Will the EU continue to be the USA's fangs in Europe? I think we're heading for a bumpy road in the future. Oh, look at this, hot off the presses in the UK as I write this: EU opens new phase in Turkey membership bid talks - BBC News. Apparently Turkey's rejection of the USA and the EU's pro-war policies has not hurt Turkey's status in gaining the EU membership it wants, and perhaps not coincidentally, it's the UK's BBC that is the most vocal about the good news. Maybe the UK isn't so stupid as everyone thinks they are.

Rebellion or leadership? This looks like leadership to me.
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« Reply #1 on: 2016 Jul 01, 10:58:39 PM »

EU faces Brexit 'contagion' as populist parties across Europe call for referendums
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