From No More Fake News
In the run-up to the Brexit vote in 2016, immigration came to the fore as the key issue. But of course, the European Union has a policy of opening borders of all member countries.
The EU wants one continent, no separate countries -- and the way to achieve that is by creating a massive flood of migrants. Destroy traditions and cultures that define countries. In the process, accept terrorism as "inevitable." Don't talk or write about the actual effects of immigration. That would be "hate speech." Keep eyes and mouth shut, and march straight ahead into a future of one European continent ruled from above by the EU.
Ever since the UK vote to leave the unelected, terminally corrupt, and rotting edifice known as the European Union, stall tactics and threats have been launched at Brits.
First it was, "It's going to take a long time to untangle the UK from the EU, it's very complicated." Actually, that tactic was predated by Prince Obama traveling to England to warn the population they'd stand at the back of the line in forming separate trade deals with the US, if they left the EU. It's called interfering in the political affairs of another nation. Now it's the EU and Queen Merkel beating the UK to the punch by plotting trade deals with India and China, in order to leave the British out in the cold.
But the basic question is, Is Britain a nation? Does it exist? It's a question citizens are supposed to answer. Not Merkel, Obama, or the EU.
This issue, in case it's unclear, is all about Globalism. According to that totalitarian political philosophy, of which the EU is a standard bearer, there are no nations. There are only mega-corporations and banks.
As the departed guru of the Rockefeller Trilateral Commission, Zbigniew Brzezinski, wrote in 1969:
"[The] nation state as a fundamental unit of man's organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force. International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation state."
This is not only a political and economic statement, it's a prescriptive piece of psychological advice: Stop thinking of yourself as a citizen of a country; you're a global citizen; you exist and function at the pleasure of a new collaborative international order.
And the new order will triumph. Bow your heads and accept it.
Unless people get up on their hind legs and say no, which is what happened in the 2016 Brexit vote.
Defection. Decentralization. Independence.
Hideous words to the ears of Globalists.
Their basic strategy, since the end of World War 2, has been to spin a highly complex network of political and economic relationships, from one end of the world to the other -- a labyrinth -- from which escape is seen as virtually impossible.
Trade deals like USMCA, NAFTA, CAFTA, and GATT are only part of this system. The EU itself keeps churning out thousands of rules, regulations, and laws.