24 January, 2017

Brexit: Will Britain Ever Leave the EU Like the Voters Wanted?

Posted by Socrates in Brexit, Britain, England, EU, Europe, global government, global vs. local/regional, globalization, international Jewry, internationalism, jewed culture, jewed politics, Socrates at 12:59 pm | Permanent Link

Fed up with international laws and mandates, the citizens of Britain voted for their country to leave the EU (thank God). This was known as “Brexit.” But, there have been delays (common tactics used to derail legal proceedings). Notice that Jews – the people who invented international government – have led the fight against Brexit.


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  7. 2 Responses to “Brexit: Will Britain Ever Leave the EU Like the Voters Wanted?”

    1. Luke Says:

      It might be worth reminding all the VNN readers and supporters that the jews succeeded in disarming the British White population a decade or more ago.

      Do not think for a moment that the current state of having a defenseless, but angry as hell White British population – who currently possess no viable means to combat this international jewish tyranny and globalist enslavement is not in the forefront of the evil brains of these slimeballs who appear to be conspiring to overturn Brexit.

    2. fd Says:

      The Scots had a chance to escape the UK, but they chose to remain under consolidation. Regrettable.

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