We want Brexit
On Saturday 23 June 2018, tens of thousands of patriotic Britons marched from Victoria Station to the Conservative Party headquarters in Millbank, London. The objective was to show the strength of feeling concerning the fact that the anticipated exit from the EU – following the Brexit referendum from exactly two years ago – has been extremely badly handled by this government, and we are now rapidly heading towards a scenario of “no deal” with the European Union due to a combination of intransigence and unreasonable demands from the negotiating team on the EU side, and a distinct impression of incompetence coupled with a general unwillingness to confront the problems and exploit our strong negotiating position from the British side.
For make no mistake, we do have an extremely strong negotiating position insofar as the EU have a lot more to lose from Brexit than we do, and there is no need for us to be offering the EU tens of billions of pounds for the privilege of leaving behind this corrupt bureaucratic system and its waste, inefficiency, and profligate disregard for the wishes of ordinary European citizens.
I was privileged to be there myself, on what turned out to be a warm and sunny Saturday afternoon in London. After the march from Victoria to Millbank with all the other patriots, I saw and heard for myself the passionate speeches delivered by the UKIP leader Gerard Batten, the For Britain leader Anne-Marie Waters, and many other speakers including Luke Nash-Jones of MBGA, the ex-Muslim Shazia Hobbs, who had some choice things to say about Tell Mama UK, and last but not least the founder of “Justice 4 Our Boys”, Tracy Blackwell.
The enthusiasm of patriots was everywhere on display, and there were flags and banners from many patriotic groups including MBGA (Make Britain Great Again) and UKFM (United Kingdom Freedom Movement). There was also a strong presence from the VAT (Veterans against Terrorism) and the DFLA (Democratic Football Lads Alliance) who have organised several events throughout the country over the past 12 months, with an emphasis on protests against Islamic terrorism and more recently, the unjust imprisonment of Tommy Robinson on a Contempt of Court charge.
There have been many videos of the event uploaded to YouTube, and I have included a link to one of them here. You can see for yourselves that the demonstrators numbered in the tens of thousands.
There was also an anti-Brexit demonstration taking place in London on the same day, and the most striking thing for me was the media coverage given to these two events. The mainstream media focused almost exclusively on the anti-Brexit demonstration in Parliament Square, and for the most part ignored the pro-Brexit demonstration altogether.
Here are some typical mainstream media reports from the BBC, the Guardian and the Independent, all of which have been trying to outdo themselves in “bigging up” the numbers involved on the anti-Brexit side. If you hadn’t been paying attention to the reports from citizen journalists and the alternative media outlets, you would have been left with the impression that while the anti-Brexit event attracted hundreds of thousands of demonstrators (a gross exaggeration belied by aerial photographs taken at the event on the day) – the pro-Brexit demonstrators consisted of merely “hundreds” of “Little Englanders” and “racist, bigoted, Islamophobic and far-right” football hooligans out to cause trouble.
This is sloppy and unprofessional journalism of the worst kind, and while I am not surprised to see the Guardian and the Independent promoting the anti-Brexit point of view, I and many others are rapidly becoming disheartened with, and disappointed in the BBC – who, it should be remembered, was once a beacon of professional and impartial journalism that was respected around the world. Not any more, it would seem.
Admittedly the numbers do not tell the whole story, but the fact remains that a majority (17.4 million people) voted in the UK for Brexit two years ago and since then the EU has increasingly shown its true colours as an unaccountable bureaucratic entity, intent on imposing a globalist federalist structure on the citizens of Europe with an emphasis on destroying nation states through a process of unfettered immigration – coupled with severe penalties for speaking out against this inherently destabilising and undemocratic process.
Already we have seen that in Germany, anyone posting articles on social media that are critical of government and EU policy, especially (but not limited to) immigration and the consequent rise in terrorism, violent crime and anti-social behaviour, are treated as if they were criminals themselves, with draconian fines and jail sentences handed down in order to deter others from speaking out. The European Union elites are pushing for this state of affairs to be implemented throughout Europe by means of the Barcelona Declaration, and more recently the Marrakesh Declaration.
Do we want to be part of this? The people of Britain have spoken – and the answer is a resounding “No!” Although there may be some disruption and perhaps some (limited) financial consequences for leaving the EU, it should be remembered that we were a strong and independent trading nation once, and this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for us to be so once again.
You cannot put a price on sovereignty, independence and the control of our own borders, especially at a time when the EU is descending into tyranny and the global threat from Islamic terror together with the adverse effects of the increasing Islamisation of our countries has never been greater.
It is becoming clear that we cannot trust those in government to deliver the “will of the people” as expressed through the Brexit referendum, and that the mainstream media are complicit in this process. This will not end well – my own prediction is for civil war on our streets within a generation if the “will of the people” is not respected at this critical time in our history.
I do not make this dire prediction lightly, but the chances of obtaining any meaningful result at the ballot box in the time left available to us – before the Muslim demographic reaches a tipping point – are receding day by day, and history has taught us that when the proportion of Muslims in any given population reaches critical mass (which need not necessarily be a majority) then civil conflict is inevitable.