What message Brexit sends

Once again the infamous CNBC anchor puts his finger on the button — or trigger. Rick Santelli, who kicked off the Tea Party movement by his trading floor statements on taxes, said the Brexit vote was a decision against globalism. Not the market kind of globalism but the elite political type of globalism — or Globalist control.

But there was the problem with the diagnosis. If the political ruling class elite going out of control in its many regulations was the problem, then what could be the solution? Well, it is a little hard to call for reform of an abject global elite ruling class — unaccountable to the masses. That does not seem a viable option. How do you reform an elitist political power who by its own definition and existence thinks it knows better?

“Bureaucrats in Brussels” is a political power that is out of control, operating on its own as a sovereign, unaccountable authority. Exit seems like the only option. And who wants Brexit to be successful? That all sounds familiar.

Oligarchy is ” government by the few, especially despotic power exercised by a small and privileged group for corrupt or selfish purposes.” (Britannica)

Brexit was the equivalent of the Declaration of Independence. The words in the DoI echo those sentiments.

“But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

Typically, the results of the vote was blamed on things like a hard line group of people. It was xenophobia, nationalism, racists, anti-immigration types according to Brexit critics. When even advisers on the Cameron side admitted that most of those voting to leave the EU were not of that sentiment. But it makes for great labeling. In fact he claimed most weren’t associated with the branded “controversials” like Nigel Farage — the effective campaigner and leader of a leave the EU movement in the UK.

Some call this a “nativist politics,” short for ugly nationalism which they despise. That’s funny, isn’t it? Aren’t “all politics local?” They resort to names and pejoratives. Why the rush to demonize the rational voices who call for an EU exit, or who question the entrenched political power here in the US? They have to blame it on something, and cannot blame global elites and their arrogance of power. Much easier to blame the people who resent it.

Tony Blair said the anger replaces the more rational voices. But it is the more rational voices calling into question that entrenched, elite power which is speeding out of control. The elites are out of touch — not the solution to the problem. Leave it to the Gobalist and liberal elite mindset to define our resentment as the central problem.

Now they all worry about the “fallout” from the Brexit decision. Well, we have all been experiencing the “fallout” consequences from the strangleholds of elite Globalists, and their all-encompassing agenda.

Interesting too was who the supporters were. All the cast of clebs and famous, including political elites, were stuck in the remain in the EU position. At any cost? They did commercials and ads to stay in. Leftists and liberals lined up, surprisingly. ^

Hillary twists the referendum result into a US mandate for her experience and calmness.(achem) But if it is a referendum on anything, it is an indictment on the very elite ruling class like heiress Hillary, and her world-wide trail of failures. It makes the case for her?

It does illustrate her big problem in this election. She cannot now associate herself with a movement for sovereignty that calls out elitists or globalists. She is one of them, the poster child for globalists — with no spine, only a bank account and family Fundation. So they turn to demonizing the very people who use rational reason to get out of such entanglements. She represents the entanglement culture of political Globalism. Expect nothing else but for Hillary to demonize anything that may oppose her as sexist, xenophobic, racist, misogynist, ignorant or crazy. So she is also calling the majority of Britons the same.

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9 comments on “What message Brexit sends

  1. peppermintfarm says:

    Great article Bull.

    Funny, I was just listening to some Brit on Newsmax saying that the most votes to leave the EU came from the older folks. The younger folks according to him, are very angry with their elders because they say “this is our future” and we don’t want them (old folks) deciding for us.

    DUH! The older folks are saving them from a socialist, globalist agenda which will ruin their future. But, of course, so often, young people have no idea what the dangers are of either of these demons.

    It looks like Trump will be riding a wave of the same thing, nationalism vs. Globalism and it’s a good thing. I’m glad the Brits decided to leave the EU.

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    • Bullright says:

      Right, but I don’t think that is entirely true. I saw where one area was a big university area expected to go for remaining, and it wnet for leave. London looked like the main area to stay. So apparently there were young ones going with leave. There probably was those young vs old. circumstances though. Those young people it is all they probably ever knew. too.

      Well the best part is they never expected it to go that way. I hope that is the same with Trump. Some people said the Bradley effect was in effect in UK as they were telling polls they were for remain. Then they voted to leave in the voting booth. Best of all Hillary is down as opposing this with Bastid. They don’t get it which is why they need ousted no matter what. They are the problem.

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      • peppermintfarm says:

        I’m glad to hear that it wasn’t all young people who opposed leaving. As usual, these pundits only have their own view which is usually skewed.

        The polling as usual was so off. I kind of thought they’d vote to leave but it looks like a lot of people were not answering the pollers, or didn’t want to say what they really wanted. So much for polls.

        I think the same is going on here, that the polls are skewed and more people than want to admit are going to vote for Trump. After all we’ve got a wave of nationalism, anti-immigration, anti-Muslim sentiments going on strong here.

        Ha, ha so Hillary is opposing it? Well that should make her sink. O’Bastid doesn’t like it I’m sure because it’s not the direction he wanted them to go His comments sounded phony on this today I thought.


    • Bullright says:

      I just heard exactly what you said that the young people are really angry. You’re right. I guess the other was an exception.

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    • Bullright says:

      It could be those young people don’t know that much about what goes on in the EU. I understood it was making laws on immigration etc.


  2. drrik says:

    Her message will be that she is the perfect person to oppose people like herself. Who better knows the evil that comes with corrupted politics and flagrant abuses of power? She has intimate knowledge. Everyone else is just a pretender.

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