I have to admit, even though I live in North America, I was sitting on pins and needles in hopes that Britain would vote leave. I felt like it was 2008 again and we were hoping beyond all hopes that Obama would be voted out of office. That was obviously not to be, but last night Britain won. It was close as the graphic above shows, but the people of Britain have spoken, and they voted to leave the EU.
Their win was not only their own though. It was a win for the rest of the world who are being overwhelmed by the influx of migrants, illegal and otherwise, who are flooding our communities and using our resources while not giving anything in return except violence and a promise to do away with White European people and culture.
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Just a few headlines for your reading pleasure.
David Cameron has resigned as Prime Minister after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
An emotional Mr Cameron fought back the tears this morning as he announced his resignation.
Flanked by wife Samantha as he delivered an emotional statement outside Number 10, Mr Cameron said he accepted the decision of the electorate, which voted by 52 per cent to 48 per cent to leave the EU.
With a voice trembling with emotion, Mr Cameron announced he was standing down, before adding: “I will do everything I can in future to help this great country succeed.”
“I think the country requires fresh leadership. I do not think I can be the captain to take the country to its next destination.”
David Cameron’s voice broke as he finished his speech, watched on by his wife Samantha. Read more and watch video…
It gives many of us hope for the future that a nation could vote to sever ties with a union so strong it seemed impossible. This has to mean that there is a possibility that other countries, and maybe even states can hold similar votes to “Leave” an oppressive nation that has shown a disinterest in its own people.
A few possibilities:
- TEXIT (TX)
- FLEXIT (FL)
- NEWMEXIT (NM)
- TENEXIT (TN)
- PEXIT (PA)
- VEXIT (VT) (my personal ffavorite)
It would mean succession for the United States. Looks like it’s time to finish that book I started on this subject. Stay tuned.