Wednesday, June 29, 2016

The European Union Is Finished!

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EU’s God-given right to control the masses spreading to North America
In spite of all Obama’s Marxist machinations, for their own peace of mind people who counted sheep before falling asleep are now counting the ones jumping the fences in borderless nations
By Judi McLeod —— Bio and Archives
June 29, 2016
If German Chancellor Angela Merkel could cast a vote in the U.S. presidential election, she’d cast it for PC Sister Hillary Clinton.
Ditto for all clucking-like-free-range-hens EU MEPs, and assorted world ‘leaders’, who claim airtight rights and control over human masses as their so-called presidents and prime ministers.
Leaders of the global elite long ago stopped leading the masses choosing instead to entertain them.  When it comes to exposing their big cabooses to the world, they learned a lot from publicity hound Kim Kardashian.
CFP’s personal favourite image from yesterdays European Parliament melee is the one of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on his way out of the chamber plugging both ears with his index fingers.  Plugging oner’s ears with one’s index fingers is a growing-up throwback to spats between name-calling brothers, but the big difference is those brothers of the past were paid small weekly allowances from daddy’s pockets while the annual pre-tax salary for an MEP is currently €96,246.36 (£78,000, $131,500). The basic salary is fixed to 38.5% of that of a judge at the European Court of Justice. That compares to a £27,000 (€33,370) average gross annual salary in the UK, assuming you have a full-time job—and have their own indoor shopping plaza on which to splurge it.
‘When I came here 17 years ago, you all laughed at me. Well, you’re not laughing now, are you?’  said Nigel Farage.
“They were not. Some in the large, hemispherical Chamber at L’Espace Leopold started to give him the bird (donner l’oiseau)” (Daily Mail, June 28, 2016)
The histrionics in the Europe Parliament was a match for the American Democrats’ sit-in while singing ‘We Shall Overcome’ off key last week.  Cameras never showed how the heavy-bottomed Dems would need help getting back up.
In any case, taxpayers should replay videos of both Brits and Americans to the strains of the Broadway song, ‘Let Me Entertain You’.
Everything was going ticked-y-boo for EU pooh-bahs over too many long decades until the sheep—17 million of them—chose to stampede over the fence, cancelling out EU shepherding in England.
Every cause needs a straw man, and Nigel Farage is theirs.  Problem for the clucking hens is that the straw inside the UKIP leader is more barbed wire than straw, and no matter how ear-splitting the barnyard clucks, his quicksilver tongue can still be heard all over the want-to-be-free West.
In the aftermath of Brexit there are now calls for some 34 EU referendums across Europe, and upstart Marine Le Pen is pointing out that “politicians are afraid”. (Daily Mail)
It is not the politicians who should be afraid but the millions they mis-represent and mis-rule.  The politicians have left their people borderless and are sending out a message to Islamic terrorists, ‘It should be easy now to slip in among ‘refugees’ in nations with no border control’;  ‘We’re making it plain that we find it much easier fighting each other rather than you’.
In the Brexit fallout, North American citizens have more to worry about than with whom they can now trade.  Politicians across the pond are also holding their citizens hostage to Islamic terrorism, the only difference being their citizens are not allowed to identify them by name.
Wake up, North America, President Barack Obama, who threatened to send British Brexit supporters to the back of the queue, has already started to tighten the control of American, Canadian and Mexican citizens in yesterday’s meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Enrique Pena Nieto.
In other words, the three amigos here are already at it.
In spite of all Obama’s Marxist machinations, for their own peace of mind people who counted sheep before falling asleep are now counting the ones jumping the fences in borderless nations.
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UNILAD's photo.
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Will the European Union collapse in the wake of Brexit?
EC president Donald Tusk appeals for calm as calls grow for referendums in other member states
The Week
Jun 24, 2016
As the world digests the news that the UK voted by 52 per cent to 48 per cent to leave the European Union, attention is turning to what this means for the future of the bloc itself.
European leaders have long feared a domino effect could be set into motion, with the citizens of other member states demanding their own referendums.
Can the EU survive this setback?
Ukip leader Nigel Farage says he hopes the outcome will bring down the EU.
"I hope this victory brings down this failed project and leads us to a Europe of sovereign nations, trading together, being friends together, co-operating together. And let's get rid of the flag, the anthem, Brussels and all that has gone wrong," he told supporters, shortly before dawn today.
Others have also predicted Brexit would call time on the bloc. Earlier this month, billionaire investor George Soros said a Leave vote would make the break-up of the EU "almost certain".
He added: "If Britain leaves, it could unleash a general exodus and the disintegration of the European Union will become practically unavoidable."
Will other countries try to leave the EU?
Efforts will be made to avoid "the psychology of a bank run" gripping the EU, amid calls for parallel referendums in the Netherlands, France, Poland and Hungary, says The Guardian.
Such a domino effect has been the stated goal of some Leave campaigners - Michael Gove called for the "liberation of Europe". France's National Front leader Marine Le Pen, Dutch anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders and Italy's Northern League have all called for their own vote.
A series of general elections are on the horizon that could prove pivotal. The Dutch go to the polls next March, the French in April and May, while the Germans will vote in autumn 2017. Many believe that if an independent Britain proves to be a success, the bloc could quickly unravel.
How does the referendum result affect Europe's global standing?
With such division and uncertainty in the air, some feel Europe woke up this morning a significantly weaker entity. Former Austrian chancellor Werner Faymann says it is inevitable the continent will lose some of its status.
What are EU leaders saying?
European Council president Donald Tusk has tried to calm the conversation, saying he is "determined to keep our unity" and that "hysterical reactions" should be avoided.
Next March marks the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, the EU's founding document. The Daily Telegraph predicts it will be "a fraught celebration".
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 Also See:
United Kingdom Votes to Leave the European Union!
24 June 2016
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2016/06/united-kingdom-votes-to-leave-european.html
and
Will Britain Leave the European Union?
15 June 2016
and
No Economic Collapse Yet. Maybe Tomorrow?
04 April 2016
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2016/04/no-economic-collapse-yet.html
and
The Coming Global Collapse in 2015!

 (Part 1)
14 October 2015
and
(Part 2)
02 November 2015
and
The Coming Global Collapse in 2016!
(Part 1)
07 January 2016
and
Food Shortage, Then Anarchy!
(Part 2)
03 September 2014
and
Economic Collapse! How Did We Get Here?
(Part 2)
28 September 2013
and
Are We Facing a Global Financial Crisis?
31 May 2011
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2011/05/are-we-facing-global-financial-crisis.html
and
Financial Crunch! Economic Collapse!

(Part 1)
31 July 2008
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2008/07/financial-crunch-economic-collapse.html
and
(Part 2)
20 November 2008
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2008/11/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html

and
(Part 3) 

25 January 2009

http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2009/01/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and

(Part 4)
17 April 2009

http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2009/04/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and

(Part 5)
23 June 2009

http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2009/06/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and

(Part 6)
23 August 2009

http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2009/08/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and

(Part 7)
30 November 2009
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2009/11/xxxx.html
and
(Part 8)
23 February 2010
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2010/02/debt-dynamite-dominoes-coming-financial.html
and
(Part 9)
28 August 2010
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2010/08/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and
(Part 10)
13 January 2011
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2011/01/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and
(Part 11)
29 April 2011
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2011/04/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and
(Part 12)
28 July 2011
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2011/07/financial-crunch-economic-collapse-part.html
and
(Part 13)
04 April 2012
(Part 15)
02 November 2012
and
(Part 16)
23 April 2015
and
Recession? ... Depression? ... What is Going On?
(Part 1)
06 October 2008
(Part 2)
02 February 2009
and
(Part 3)
19 April 2009
and
(Part 4)
02 August 2009
and
(Part 5)
17 September 2010
and
(Part 6)
17 September 2010
and
(Part 7)
23 July 2014
and
Jobs, Jobs, Where are the Jobs?
(Part 1)
20 April 2010
and
The Poor - Prosperity Creates Poverty! 
(Part 1) 
and
(Part 2)
13 November 2013
and
How Do We Eradicate Poverty?
27 November 2012
and
Financial Crisis! The Culprit? Volatility in the Bond Markets!
14 May 2015
http://arcticcompass.blogspot.ca/2015/05/financial-crisis-culprit-volatility-in.html

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