Britain has officially become the first to revolt against globalism — and we love it. Do you think that other countries will soon follow as well?
There’s panic in the skyscrapers. A popular revolution against globalism is underway, and Britain has struck the first blow.
To the dismay of political, financial, and media elites, the country has chosen to put identity and sovereignty above a plus-one-or-minus-one change in GDP, and vote to leave the hated European Union. As with the USSR, the attempt to superimpose a manufactured civic identity over proud nation-states with rich and complex histories has run against the grain of human nature. The elites, so wrapped up in statecraft and economics, never paused to consider basic human psychology.
It’s not just Britain, you see. The revolution against globalism is, well, global. Britain may be leading the charge, but insurgents and rebels from D.C to Berlin are also hard at work tormenting their elitist overlords. Fired up by Britain’s example, eurosceptics across the continent are now demanding their own referendums. It’s a Berlin Wall moment.
The unelectable and unaccountable bureaucrats in Brussels must be pissing themselves right now. They are losing one of the biggest crutches for a fragile alliance of countries that can’t pay their bills. (Fortunately, they still have the power to unilaterally grant themselves a monthly budget of 2,000 euros for trouser cleaning.)
Needless to say, leftists are quite mad. They’re now calling for old people to be stopped from voting, simply because they wanted to protect the youngsters from having to dress in hijabs. Twitter hasn’t been this upset since that gorilla got shot. France, of course, has been mad for a while: even before the vote to send the migrants from The Jungle to us if we decided to leave. Why? Are migrants bad? I mean if unlimited immigration is fine then that’s hardly a punishment, is it, France?
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Katie Hopkins also has to say this about the Brexit vote:
I turned in at 6am this morning, afraid I’d wake up and it all be a dream.
But I’ve pinched myself, had coffee, checked all the papers, watched the Prime Minister resign and heard the whoops and cheers of the Leavers…. Believers.
And it’s all still true. We’re out. We voted Leave.
Watching the results come in was a glorious thing. A moment in history. Hearing the heartlands of the nation jump to its feet, one by one, and shout ‘leave’.
When we decided the sovereignty, democracy and security of our country mattered more. When we took back control of our borders, resisted the dictatorship of the EU and fought back against laws not of our own making.
We voted to figure out who can stay in our country, or who we will deport. Whether criminals deserve the right to a family life. What we do with our own funds. What small business can afford.
We decided to stop paying bureaucrats simply for turning up, to reject the dictatorship of Junker and his crony mates telling us to stand in line, and send Obama to the back a queue for his pension cheque.
We stood up for our own families, who need doctors appointments and primary schools for their kids, who did not deserve to be put in second place behind families fresh off a plane. We voted to stop sending your taxes back to kids in countries other than our own.
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