July 2024

Brexit – When (if) they ever grow up, the young will thank us one day

(Weekend blog) One of the most extraordinary aspects of the recent EU In/Out Referendum has been the reaction of so many young people. When the Brexit vote was confirmed, there they were on our screens and in our streets protesting that they had been ‘betrayed’ and their futures had been destroyed by older people voting to leave the EU.

“We Love EU” their ludicrous banners read as they marched and demanded we vote again and again and again until they got the result they wanted. Clearly few of them understood the complex idea of one person one vote.

Perhaps if they could have torn themselves away from uploading their selfies onto Facebook for a few minutes on 23 June and bothered to vote, then the result might have been different? Luckily for Britain and democracy, most of our spoilt, self-absorbed, brainwashed young people couldn’t be bothered to vote. And so democracy and freedom won (for the moment).

Anyway, here’s the amazing Pat Condell explaining better than I ever could the utter stupidity of our EU-loving youth and why, when (if) they ever grow up, they will thank us Outers for saving their country, their freedom and their democracy:


10 comments to Brexit – When (if) they ever grow up, the young will thank us one day

  • Twi5ted

    This video is very unwoke and surely a hate crime. I expect we all agree he should be banned and/or arrested so thank you I will be bringing this to the attention of the authorities.

    I need my safe space free of opinions i have been told i do not wish to hear more then ever.

  • Gimmegrant

    How George Soros Singlehandedly Created The European Refugee Crisis – And Why.

    How George Soros Singlehandedly Created the European Refugee Crisis – And Why

    George Soros is trading again.

    The 85-year-old political activist and philanthropist hit the headlines post-Brexit saying the event had “unleashed” a financial-market crisis.

    Well, the crisis hasn’t hit Soros just yet.

    He was once again on the right side of the trade, taking a short position in troubled Deutsche Bank and betting against the S&P via a 2.1-million-share put option on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF.

    More interestingly, Soros recently took out a $264 million position in Barrick Gold, whose share price has jumped over 14% since Brexit. Along with this trade, Soros has sold his positions in many of his traditional holdings.

    Soros had recently announced he was coming out of retirement, again.

    First retiring in 2000, the only other time Soros has publicly re-entered the markets was in 2007, when he placed a number of bearish bets on US housing and ultimately made a profit of over $1 billion from the trades.

    Since the 1980s, Soros has actively been pursuing a globalist agenda; he advances this agenda through his Open Society Foundations (OSF).

    What is this globalist agenda, and where does it come from?

    The Big Time

    In 2004, Soros stated, “I deeply believe in the values of an open society. For the past 15 years I have been focusing my efforts abroad; now I am doing it in the United States.”

    Since then, Soros has been funding groups such as:

    The American Institute for Social Justice, whose aim is to “transform poor communities through lobbying for increased government spending on social programs”

    The New America Foundation, whose aim is to “influence public opinion on such topics as environmentalism and global governance”

    The Migration Policy Institute, whose aim is to “bring about an illegal immigrant resettlement policy and increase social welfare benefits for illegals”

    Soros also uses his Open Society Foundations to funnel money to the progressive media outlet, Media Matters.

    Soros funnels the money through a number of leftist groups, including the Tides Foundation, Center for American Progress, and the Democracy Alliance in order to circumvent the campaign finance laws he helped lobby for.

    Why has Soros donated so much capital and effort to these organizations? For one simple reason: to buy political power.

    Democratic politicians who go against the progressive narrative will see their funding cut and be attacked in media outlets such as Media Matters, which also directly contribute to mainstream sites such as NBC, Al Jazeera, and The New York Times.

    Apart from the $5 billion Soros’s foundation has donated to groups like those cited above, he has also made huge contributions to the Democratic Party and its most prominent members, like Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and of course Bill and Hillary Clinton.

    Simply, what Soros wants, he gets. And it’s clear from his history that he wants to smudge away national borders and create the sort of globalist nightmare represented by the European Union.

    In recent years, Soros has turned his attention back to Europe. Is it a coincidence that the continent is currently in economic and social disarray?

  • Help

    You really have to watch this. A very interesting compilation from speakers, some of whom were involved in setting up Agenda 21 committees and advancing the movement.

    They speak about what was discussed at these meetings and the effects that Agenda 21 will have on the American people.

    What these people saw and heard changed their opinions on what lies ahead for the United States.

  • John Fields

    If. “Twi5ted” is referring to Pat Condell’s video then he is on another planet.
    I for one do not want Pat Condell arrested, instead, like you Mr Craig, I would
    propose that he receives a medal. You are two of people who speak out for us
    ordinary people.

  • NoMore

    I think Twi5ted was just being sarcastic. The history books (assuming they aren’t all in Arabic as our “leaders” seem to want) will be very kind to the likes of Messrs Condell, Craig, Steyn and Molyneux.

  • Noifsnobutts.

    Who did Mark Carney work for again?

    Goldman Hires Former EU President As Advisor.

    Having cornered the central banker market, with its alumni manning key positions at most central banks, Goldman has decided to tip its cards into its next zone of interest: geopolitics, and has done so by hiring none other than the former head of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker’s predecessor and one-time Nigel Farage nemesis, Jose Manuel Barroso as an advisor and non-executive chairman of its international business.

    Barroso served as president of the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, from 2004 to 2014 and was prime minister of Portugal from 2002 to 2004.

    According to Reuters, Goldman and other banks “are seen as particularly vulnerable to Brexit since they rely on the EU’s “passporting” regime that allows them to offer services across the bloc while basing most of their staff and operations in the UK. Banks have warned that if their British outposts lose their “passports” they will have to move some employees and business units to alternative bases in the EU.” Whether this means that Goldman is merely seeking an influential lobbying voice when it comes to getting an exemption from a post-Brexit fallout, or is simply seeking to expand its influence over all of Europe, remains unclear. After all it is not as if Goldman’s European ambitions are unknown. As we have shown before, Goldman is already the undisputed “Master of the Eurozone” courtesy of strategy placements in all key decision-making venues.

  • NoMore

    Unfortunately we have a summer of Dead Cam Walking to look forward to with the Globalists such as Carney driving down sentiment and feeding the pessimists with fresh gloom and anxiety every day.

    Several different scenarios are possible some of which are below:-

    1) Good
    Con: Leadsom
    UKIP: Wolfe

    Although I would never trust a Tory the above would likely be the best case for a successful and quick Brexit

    2) Bad
    Con: May
    UKIP: Wolfe

    No chance of a successful Brexit if the Globalist shills are still pulling the strings but hope in 2020 of UKIP storming into power and saving the nation (and real Europe).

    3) Ugly
    Con: May
    UKIP: Evans

    No chance of a successful Brexit and nowhere for frustrated voters to turn to in LibLabConUKIP one-party hell – civil unrest likely.

  • Goldman Suxs

    Aussie Elections,result.

    One of the comments to linked report

    “We’ve won the election for (inferred = Goldman Sachs), that’s what we’ve done,” Turnbull told reporters in Sydney, adding that he received a call from Labor leader Bill Shorten congratulating him on his re-election as prime minister.”

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