The New York Times – Breaking News, World News & Multimedia: The New World Order temper tantrum continues with two top issues: Donald Trump and Brexit. Not terror attacks, not job losses, not any issues important to the regular people in the street. Nope. They are in hysterics because important things are slipping their leash and running off.
The cleaning of the Stygian Stables continues! We definitely have to thank Trump for flushing out all the Bilderberg gangsters! The latest one to out himself is their propaganda blow-hard, George Will says he’s leaving GOP over Trump – CNNPolitics.com
In a speech at a Federalist Society luncheon Friday, he told the audience, “This is not my party,” according to PJ Media, a conservative news website.
The Pulitzer Prize winner confirmed to PJM in an interview after his speech that he had left the party and was now “an unaffiliated voter in the state of Maryland” before switching the subject.
Don’t let the door bang on your rear, George. HAHAHA. I hope every single one of these guys do the same: Bilderbergers | New World Order – Jeremiah ProjectThe Bilderbergers Role in the New World Order. … and former host of Firing Line) , Peter Jennings, George Will, Lesley Stahl, Bill D. Moyers, and many others.
Washington Post: snarling and snapping nonstop. The elites plan to punish the Brits, big time. Will Britain defy the Bilderberg gang? I am on pins and needles. Can we join them? Free trade killed a great deal of Britain’s economy. The same exact way it killed many jobs and businesses in the US.
A brutal week for Obama and his liberal vision of an interconnected world which is TOTALLY FAKE. It was a resumption of the Cold War world. US bombing various countries, raising terror, aiding terrorist states like Saudi Arabia, demanding Russia surrender or we will nuke Russia…yikes. I think our stupid elites dialed back the clock to 1962 all over again.
Naturally, the Washington Post that issued this dumb story want us to think that we are in a fine new world of peace and order. BS on that. Chaos is spreading and things are falling apart, blaming British voters alarmed at the flood of violent aliens, demanding control of their borders as Germany and France collapse under the tsunami they invited in after NATO bombed several dictators and turned their countries into chaos.
Britain’s decision to leave the E.U. is a warning to America – The Washington Post Anne Applebaum, a NWO mouthpiece snarls at us all:
The true impact of Brexit, on Britain and on Europe, will not be visible for many years. In a certain sense, it will not be visible at all, for the real damage will be done by the things that will now not happen. The slow agony of the divorce proceedings will take up precious political time and energy in London and other European capitals, so Europe’s leaders will not unite to cope with other crises. The United Kingdom will turn further in on itself, so British energy and talent will not be dedicated to pushing back against the Islamic State, resettling migrants, resisting Russia. The situation of the U.K. will be unstable and uncertain for a long time, so investments will not take place. Money will not be spent. Opportunities will not be created…
How is letting millions of angry male Muslims into England going to ‘push back against the Islamic State (sic…there is no such thing)? And resisting Russia? Why on earth? Only fanatical former Russian Jews want to destroy Russia. Why do English people want this? Ridiculous.
How will making peace with Putin, keeping out illegal aliens and protecting home industries be ‘unstable’? The country is very unstable already as is the US, for that matter.
Finally, I do realize that it’s facile to talk about the impact on a U.S. election that is still many months away, that it’s too simple to say “first Brexit, then Donald Trump.” But there is a way in which this election has to be seen, at the very least, as a possible harbinger of the future. This referendum campaign, as I wrote a few days ago, was not fought on the issues that are normally central to British elections. Identity politics trumped economics; arguments about “independence” and “sovereignty” defeated arguments about British influence and importance. The advice of once-trusted institutions was ignored. Elected leaders were swept aside. If that kind of transformation can take place in the U.K., then it can happen in the United States, too. We have been warned.
First off, Applebaum, who is this ‘we’ business, Kimosabe? Eh? You and I are not in the same room, the same boat or the same reality. Secondly, as a Jew, you know perfectly well, ‘sovereignty’ to you means ‘Israel’ which lets in no immigrants who are not vetted as ‘echt Juden’ and which has huge walls and towers as big as the Great Wall of China and discrimination is outrageous, open and through as it is in Saudi Arabia, our other fake ‘ally’.
As for trusting you guys: NO WAY IN HELL. This rebuke in England is exactly the blow on the snout of the 666 Beast. I bet your eyes are watering from it.
Anne Elizabeth Applebaum (born July 25, 1964) is an American and Polish journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author who has written extensively about communism and the development of civil society in Central and Eastern Europe. She is the director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute in London. She has also been an editor at The Economist, and a member of the editorial board of The Washington Post (2002–2006).
Applebaum was born in Washington, D.C. Her parents are Harvey M. Applebaum, a partner in the Covington and Burling law firm, and Elizabeth (Bloom) Applebaum, of the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Applebaum has stated that she was brought up in a “very reformed” Jewish family. She graduated from the Sidwell Friends School (1982). She earned a BA (summa cum laude) at Yale University (1986), where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. As a Marshall Scholar at the London School of Economics she earned a master’s degree in international relations (1987). She studied at St Antony’s College, Oxford before moving to Warsaw, Poland in 1988 as a correspondent for The Economist.
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