Rioters take to the streets of Paris the day after French election to protest the new president’s ‘capitalist’ agenda

Newly elected President Emmanuel Macron who has talked up a hard Brexit faced his first test today when a hard-left demonstration in the French capital descended into a riot. Communists and revolutionary groups clashed with heavily armed riot police in the centre of Paris. Thousands of demonstrators gathered at the Place de la Republique calling for ‘resistance’ to President Macron’s ‘capitalist’ agenda of employment and benefits reforms. There were ugly scenes, as riot police pushed protestors back using batons and tear gas. The march paused on the traditional 2km route to Place de la Bastille – the scene if the first throws of the 1789 French Revolution – where bottles and missiles were thrown at riot police. Squadrons of heavily armed officers responded by firing tear gas and baton charges. France’s new President-elect has vowed to be a tough negotiator. He has described Britain’s decision to leave the EU as ‘a crime’, and is in favour of a so-called hard Brexit that will see the UK kept out of the single market…….Read More


Globalists Panicking At Brexit Prompting More Secessionist Movements

imageFitch notes that the banking sectors in Ireland, Malta, Luxembourg, Spain, France and Germany have important links with the UK. The Credit rating agency Fitch has warned that the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU) could precipitate the departure of Scotland from the UK, which in turn could intensify “secessionist pressures” in other parts of the EU, such as Catalonia in Spain. “The ‘Brexit’ would create a precedent for countries emerging from the EU” says Fitch, who believes that this could push for an “antiEU” movement and the birth of other populist political parties,” warned Fitch. In addition, the credit agency also warned about popular pressure making it impossible for leaders to make difficult decisions or to approve unpopular measures that would benefit large corporations in the long run. In a report released Monday, Fitch warns that the ‘Brexit’ bill would negatively affect the economies of other European countries and raise political risks in Europe. Strangely enough, Fitch says that if the UK left the EU, the agency does not plan to immediately downgrade the rating of the sovereign debt of other European countries.Read Article


Queen Elizabeth Reveals She Is Ready To Flee Britain The Queen was overheard saying that military intelligence suggests that if Britain doesn’t leave Europe then World War 3 will occur. Queen Elizabeth stunned BBC production staff yesterday while preparing to deliver the Queen’s Speech at the State Opening of Parliament, hinting that she is planning to abdicate the throne and flee the UK, a BBC insider claims. ‘One is making the necessary preparations to abandon ship,’ Her Majesty said. ‘A violent storm is coming, the likes of which Britain has never seen.‘ BBC staff ‘stunned’ Her Majesty was speaking to her advisors while taking on the Parliament Robe of State and Imperial State Crown in the Robing Chamber, however she was already wearing a microphone and her comments were heard by the whole gallery.‘She seemed angry that she had to remain neutral in her speech. She said there is solid intelligence from military top brass that if we don’t Brexit there is an inevitable World War 3 scenario that will play out,’ the insider said.‘World War 2 will seem like a bump in the road compared to this. I must warn my subjects,’ the Queen said.

BBC cover up The line was cut off at this point and BBC production staff were urgently addressed by the director John Kirby. He said he had been warned by BBC executives that the Head of State had been ‘shooting her mouth off a lot lately‘ and that ‘we must all ignore, forget, delete from our memories everything that we heard.’He said there wasn’t going to be a scandal on his watch.’

Queen Elizabeth’s abdication

What does Queen Elizabeth know that we don’t? She is certainly privy to information that is kept from the public. The possibility of a geopolitical conflict, culminating in World War 3, has been discussed by Britain’s politicians this past week. By warning advisors that she has made the necessary preparations to flee the country, is she hinting that she has inside information of the darkest kind?

Brexit The Full Movie

Published on May 12, 2016
BREXIT THE MOVIE is a feature-length documentary film to inspire as many people as possible to vote to LEAVE the EU in the June 23rd referendum.

BREXIT THE MOVIE spells out the danger of staying part of the EU. Is it safe to give a remote government beyond our control the power to make laws? Is it safe to tie ourselves to countries which are close to financial ruin, drifting towards scary political extremism, and suffering long-term, self-inflicted economic decline?

BREXIT THE MOVIE shows a side of the EU they don’t want us to see: the sprawling self-serving bureaucracy, the political cynicism, the lack of accountability, the perks, the waste, the cronyism, the corruption.

BREXIT THE MOVIE cuts through the patronizing intellectualism of the noble, higher goals of ‘Project Europe’, to reveal the self-interestedness of the political-bureaucratic class which runs and benefits from the EU.

BREXIT THE MOVIE highlights the danger of becoming a prisoner in an insular, backward-looking Fortress Europe. And it explores the exciting opportunities that open up to us when we look beyond the narrow confines of the EU.

BREXIT THE MOVIE looks to the future, arguing forcefully and persuasively that it is safer and wiser to live in a country which is free, independent, self-governing, confident and global.

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Brexit known as “British exit,” and references the possibility that Britain will withdraw from the European Union. The country is expected to hold a vote in late June on a referendum on its membership in the E.U. British voters will decide whether the U.K. should cut ties with the E.U., a political and economic alliance made up of 28 countries. Supporters of leaving the E.U., mostly conservatives, in recent years have called for a vote on whether to remain in the alliance, arguing a referendum on the issue hasn’t been held since 1975. Amid this clamoring, Cameron said during the 2015 campaign that he would hold such a vote if he won the election. What happens if the U.K. leaves the E.U.? Advocates of Brexit say that being outside the E.U. would boost the British economy by placing fewer regulations on consumers, employers and the environment. It also would give the country more freedom to establish its own economic and political policies. The E.U. is the largest British trade partner, and those who oppose Brexit argue it would result in higher costs for goods and services. The departure from the E.U. would mean Britain could no longer benefit from being part of a single economic market and the trade benefits it brings, an argument that deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes made to reporters last week. “We believe that the U.K. has benefited from the single market,” he said. “That is good for the British economy and that, in turn, is good for the United States economy, because we benefit from that relationship with both the U.K., but also the European Union broadly.”Many Brexit campaigners also say leaving will lower immigration, a priority for some, because the U.K. will no longer be bound by E.U. policies and could tighten its laws…

Brexit Could Hurt Australia  If Britain leaves Europe in next month’s referendum then the first effects could be felt in Australia within weeks, former deputy PM Tim Fischer has warned. World-wide financial instability would follow in early July, the former trade minister and ambassador to the Vatican said from Rome, where he has been holding meetings with former contacts. Australia absolutely does not need this at this fragile time,” Mr Fischer said. “Brexit has the capacity to do huge damage and quickly – just as some European economies are showing some signs of much needed growth but as Asia struggles with the China downturn.” He said Brexit would hurt Australia’s economy in several different ways.

President Obama arrives in UK to give PM a helping hand in arguing against Brexit

image.jpegPresident Barack Obama has arrived in London for a three-day visit that will include dining with the royal family – and trying to keep Britain in the EU.  The president will use his visit to try and persuade British voters not to ditch their membership of the European Union ahead of a June 23 referendum. He will be joined in London by First Lady Michelle Obama and they will have lunch Friday with Queen Elizabeth II – a day after her 90th birthday. Read Article


The tide is turning: Surge in support for Brexit as undecided voters back leaving the EU

image.jpegMore people are backing Brexit. A new survey published today shows the Leave camp have surged ahead of the Europhiles despite David Cameron wasting £9 million of taxpayers’ money on a biased pro-Brussels propaganda pamphlet. Crucially, the polling shows that as the number of people backing Brexit has increased the level of undecided voters has dropped off correspondingly, indicating people are starting to make their minds up in favour of severing ties with Brussels. Read Article