Europe

This Is How Brexit Could Be Good For the World

Vote leave supporters wave Union flags, following the result of the EU referendum, outside Downing Street in London on June 24, 2016.

Neil Hall—Reuters
There is no lack of apocalyptic handwringing about the UK’s vote last night to leave the European Union—the so-called Brexit. But a more optimistic scenario is also possible.

Why The British Said No To Europe

By John Pilger
"Information Clearing House" - The majority vote by Britons to leave the European Union was an act of raw democracy. Millions of ordinary people refused to be bullied, intimidated and dismissed with open contempt by their presumed betters in the major parties, the leaders of the business and banking oligarchy and the media.

Brexiters' Rage against the Elites. Globalism is out. Nationalism is in.

 

Robert W. Merry
Repeat after me: The status quo in the West is not working. . . . The status quo in the West is not working. That’s the meaning of the seminal “Brexit” vote in the United Kingdom on Thursday. It wasn’t merely that those who voted for Britain’s exit from the European Union didn’t like the status quo. Or that it wasn’t serving their particular interests and needs. It was that the status quo is broken. Old structures are crumbling. The West is in a crisis of the old order.

The Brexit Vote


By Paul Craig Roberts

 "Information Clearing House" - What does it mean? Hopefully, a breakup of the EU and NATO and, thereby, the avoidance of World War III. The EU and NATO are evil institutions. These two institutions are mechanisms created by Washington in order to destroy the sovereignty of European peoples.

CNN Predicts: UK votes to leave EU


London (CNN)The Leave campaign will win the UK referendum on EU membership, CNN predicts. Results show "Leave" leading "Remain" by more than 1 million votes, with 90% of districts reporting.Almost 46.5 million people were registered to vote in Thursday's referendum.

Brexit: Making Britain great again?

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Marwan Bishara

In their attempts to win the hearts and minds of British voters before this week's referendum on British membership of the European Union, it seems to me the "Leave" camp focused primarily on the hearts, while the "Remain" campaign spoke to the minds.

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