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« on: June 21, 2016, 07:26:57 PM »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYg6ytOjgIo&feature=youtu.be


Why I'm Standing for Jo Cox's Seat

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The British Labour Party under B-liar flooded Britain with Third Worlders:
"in order to rub Multiculturalism and Multiracialism in the face of the Tories".
This brat of woman with a cheeky, mischievous smirk on her face, was the typical Labour Squalid Socialist.

Here is what she and her husband stood for: The flooding of Britain with more of the same.
A poisoned couple, sublimating the Jesus Poison into Socialism/Communism.
A self hate, a hatred for their own country and their own people.

This is the real Brendan and Jo Cox - a self-hating couple with a deep chip on both shoulders.


https://theholisticworks.com/2016/06/19/the-truth-about-the-late-jo-cox-mp-and-her-husband-brendan/

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« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2016, 11:30:02 AM »

https://www.facebook.com/Channel4News/videos/10153821907831939/


L-Ixkupa Socjalista Sqwallida.
Telaght fil-parlament bil-voti tal Indjani, Pakistani, Nigeriani uz-zibel kollu li-Bliar mela l-Ingilterra.
U issa bdejna Malta: iz-zewg Prostituti Lesbici jiggieldu ghal vot tal-Musulmani.

IT-TRADIMENT TA PAJJIZNA, TAL-EUROPA U TAR RAZZA BAJDA.



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« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2016, 06:33:24 PM »

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3652605/Tory-councillor-faces-furious-backlash-saying-donated-steam-p-ss-memorial-fund-Jo-Cox.html#ixzz4CQ6tJ2To


Tory councillor faces furious backlash after saying he had donated 'steam off my p*ss' to memorial fund for Jo Cox
Dominic Peacock made the disgusting jibe about the Labour MP on Facebook
East Riding council member said he'd 'donated steam off my p***' to fund
Later deleted the post and admitted it had been wrong
But Tory group suspended him for the 'offensive' remark


...Mr Peacock later deleted the post and admitted it had been wrong, but has been suspended from the Conservative group on the council...

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The typical Conservative: apologizing for his stand.
Just like those idiots of the ANR in Malta, years back - Squallidi, doppio pettisti!
There is nothing the Jews like best than when a Patriot apologizes - you Idiot!

Never, ever apologize for what you say or write.
The Jews will hound you for it.
Never, ever apologize to The Rodents in Human Form.

JA GRIEDEN TAD-DRANAGG!



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« Reply #3 on: June 24, 2016, 08:45:15 AM »

http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2016-06-24/world-news/Live-UK-pound-plunges-as-referendum-results-point-to-EU-exit-6736159912


Britain takes unprecedented step to leave European Union; markets plunge


Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign, according to tallies of official results Friday, sending global markets plunging, casting British politics into disarray and shattering the stability of a project in continental unity designed half a century ago to prevent World War III.

The decision launches a yearslong process to renegotiate trade, business and political links between the United Kingdom and what will become a 27-nation bloc, an unprecedented divorce that could take decades to complete.

"The dawn is breaking on an independent United Kingdom," said Nigel Farage, leader of the U.K. Independence Party. "Let June 23 go down in our history as our independence day!"

lies by British broadcasters of near-complete official results Friday showed the "leave" campaign winning with 52 percent of the vote. Turnout was high: 72 percent of the more than 46 million registered voters went to the polls.

Polls ahead of the vote had showed a close race, but the momentum had appeared to be on the "remain" side in the week before the vote. The result shocked investors, and stock markets plummeted around the world.

The pound suffered one of its biggest one-day falls in history, plummeting more than 10 percent in six hours, from about $1.50 to below $1.35, on concerns that severing ties with the single market will hurt the U.K. economy and undermine London's position as a global financial center.

The U.K. would be the first major country to leave the EU, which was born from the ashes of World War II as European leaders sought to build links and avert future hostility. With no precedent, the impact on the single market of 500 million people — the world's largest economy — is unclear.

As results poured in, a picture emerged of a sharply divided nation: Strong pro-EU votes in the economic and cultural powerhouse of London and semi-autonomous Scotland were countered by sweeping anti-Establishment sentiment for an exit across the rest of England, from southern seaside towns to rust-belt former industrial powerhouses in the north.

"A lot of people's grievances are coming out and we have got to start listening to them," said deputy Labour Party leader John McDonnell.

The vote is likely to cost Prime Minister David Cameron his job. The leader of the ruling Conservative Party called the referendum largely to silence voices to his right, then staked his reputation on keeping Britain in the EU. Former London Mayor Boris Johnson, who is from the same party, was the most prominent supporter of the "leave" campaign and now becomes a leading contender to replace Cameron.

After winning a majority in Parliament in the last election, Cameron negotiated a package of reforms that he said would protect Britain's sovereignty and prevent EU migrants from moving to the U.K. to claim generous public benefits.

Critics charged that those reforms were hollow, leaving Britain at the mercy of bureaucrats in Brussels and doing nothing to stem the tide of European immigrants who have come to the U.K. since the EU expanded eastward in 2004. The "leave" campaign accuses the immigrants of taxing Britain's housing market, public services and employment rolls.

Those concerns were magnified by the refugee crisis of the past year that saw more than 1 million people from the Middle East and Africa flood into the EU as the continent's leaders struggled to come up with a unified response.

Cameron's efforts to find a slogan to counter the "leave" campaign's emotive "take back control" settled on "Brits don't quit." But the appeal to a Churchillian bulldog spirit and stoicism proved too little, too late.

The slaying of pro-Europe lawmaker Jo Cox a week before the vote brought a shocked pause to both campaigns and appeared to shift momentum away from the "leave" camp. While it isn't clear whether her killer was influenced by the EU debate, her death aroused fears that the referendum had stirred demons it would be difficult to subdue.

The result triggers a new series of negotiations that is expected to last two years or more as Britain and the EU search for a way to separate economies that have become intertwined since the U.K. joined the bloc on Jan. 1, 1973. Until those talks are completed, Britain will remain a member of the EU.

Exiting the EU involves taking the unprecedented step of invoking Article 50 of the EU's governing treaty. While Greenland left an earlier, more limited version of the bloc in 1985, no country has ever invoked Article 50, so there is no roadmap for how the process will work.

Authorities ranging from the International Monetary Fund to the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of England have warned that a British exit will reverberate through a world economy that is only slowly recovering from the global economic crisis.

"It will usher in a lengthy and possibly protracted period of acute economic uncertainty about the U.K.'s trading arrangements," said Daniel Vernazza, the U.K. economist at UniCredit.

The European Union is the world's biggest economy and the U.K.'s most important trading partner, accounting for 45 percent of exports and 53 percent of imports.

In addition, the complex nature of Britain's integration with the EU means that breaking up will be hard to do. The negotiations will go far beyond tariffs, including issues such as cross-border security, foreign policy cooperation and a common fisheries policy.

Among the biggest challenges for Britain is protecting the ability of professionals such as investment managers, accountants and lawyers to work in the EU.

As long as the U.K. is a member of the bloc, firms registered in Britain can operate in any other member state without facing another layer of regulation. It's the same principle that allows exporters to ship their goods to any EU country free of tariffs.

Now that right is up for negotiation, threatening the City, as London's financial heart is known, and its position as Europe's pre-eminent financial center.

Many international banks and brokerages have long used Britain as the entry point to the EU because of its trusted legal system and institutions that operate in English, the language of international finance. Britain's financial services industry is also surrounded by an ecosystem of expertise — lawyers, accountants and consultants— that support it.

Some 60 percent of all non-EU firms have their European headquarters in the U.K., according to TheCityUK, which lobbies on behalf of the financial industry. The U.K. hosts more headquarters of non-EU firms than Germany, France, Switzerland and the Netherlands put together.

"We believe this outcome has serious implications for the City and many of our clients' businesses with exposure to the U.K. and the EU," said Malcolm Sweeting, senior partner of the law firm, Clifford Chance. "We are working alongside our clients to help them as they anticipate, plan for and manage the challenges the coming political and trade negotiations will bring."

JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said earlier this month that a vote to leave would force his bank to move jobs to mainland Europe to ensure that it could continue to service clients in the EU. Other global businesses with customers in the rest of the EU will be in a similar situation.

The only question that remains is whether the dire economic predictions economists made during the campaign will come to pass.

"Uncertainty is bad for business," Vernazza said. "A sharp fall in U.K. risky asset prices, delays to investment, disruption to trade, and a loss of business and consumer confidence mean the U.K. economy is more likely than not to enter a technical recession within two years."

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So, the myopic little Englanders have won the day -
a tragic day for Britain, the British and for Europe.
The Brits failed to make a distinction between this Jewish led EU and Europe of Nations and Peoples.

This Judaic EU can be destroyed from within - not by leaving it.
A take-over as smoothly as the snake slips out of his old skin into a new one.
That was the solution to Schultz and his Rodent Tribe - not quitting our Europa.

And now the Brits will pay for this colossal mistake - as they did after WW2:
when that old fool, Churchill fought the wrong war, at the wrong time against the wrong enemy.
And he threw away an Empire girdling the globe - and impoverished Britain.

And that Churchill admirer, Farage after the brief jubilation and pints of beer - will soon enjoy his morning after.
As factories close, businesses cross the channel to operate from the heart of Europe.
And Britain returns to that small, peripheral Island it was from 1946 to 1972.

"Never underestimate the stupidity of your contemporaries" - Bernard Shaw



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« Reply #4 on: June 24, 2016, 09:05:27 AM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20160624/world/brexit-calls-for-referenda-in-france-holland-as-political-fallout.616554


Friday, June 24, 2016, 07:27

Brexit: Calls for referenda in France, Holland as political fallout begins

Scotland's First Minister says Scottish 'see their future as part of EU'
Far-right leaders in Holland, France say they want referendums too
UK MPs reportedly pushing for Cameron to step aside

Politicians in Scotland, Northern Ireland, France and Holland have all called for their own national referenda following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon suggested the Scottish National Party would now seek a second independent referendum, saying the vote - in which more than 62 per cent voted to remain - showed that the Scottish vote "makes clear that the people of Scotland see their future as part of the European Union.”

Northern Ireland nationalist party Sinn Fein had similar thoughts, saying Northern Ireland's vote in favour of staying within the EU meant the party would be "intensifying our case for the calling of a border poll." 
The projected result has also made waves on the European continent, with Dutch nationalist leader Geert Wilders suggesting his party would now be pushing for a referendum on EU membership for Dutch voters.

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And the unfolding tragedy gathers momentum as the Jews press their lackeys to break away.
And Wilders, the peroxide blonde Jew, pushes his country to quit, as does their lackey Le Pen in France.
And the Rodents in Human Form, sit back and laugh.

Now, they will have a field day, as they open old wounds and promote distrust amongst Europeans.
The Rodents will instigate wars amongst cousins: Poland, Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, Italy, Austria...
Oh yes!  How the Rodents in Human Form will enjoy all this.

It's the THEM!, stupid!



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« Reply #5 on: June 24, 2016, 08:58:08 PM »

http://www.euronews.com/2016/06/24/far-right-leaders-hail-brexit/


Far-right leaders hail Brexit


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The folly of it all - the Petty Nationalists unfurling the National Flags and singing their respective anthems.
 Just what the Jews want - setting us up against each other.
And it could all have been so different had We, of Imperium Europa been elected to Brussels.

We would have been Leaders of a New Grouping: Nova Europa.
A Europe of Free Regions and Peoples - not Nation States squabbling amongst themselves.
We would have replaced this Judaic EU, based on money and usury, into an organic Europa.

Instead, Il-Gahan Malti voted for Metsola il-Pecluqa and Kommodini and Dalli - and the rest of those squawking women.
A great chance to lead Europe was missed - and now, Europeans suffer the consequences.
Only We, our IDEA of Imperium Europa, can now save Europe and the White Race.



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« Reply #6 on: June 24, 2016, 09:53:58 PM »

Very well said.

As a Maltese living in the UK, I am so, so disappointed. What a tragedy. Instead of sticking with it and striving for a change in the Union, they have abandoned ship. Now England will soon find itself a little island in a stormy sea. Scotland and N. Ireland will soon ditch it.
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« Reply #7 on: June 25, 2016, 02:28:34 PM »

Germany fears five other to leave.

https://emanwcross.net/2016/06/25/germany-fears-5-more-to-leave/

The German government has admitted in a secret briefing paper leaked to Die Welt newspaper that another five countries—France, Austria, Finland, the Netherlands, and Hungary—might follow Britain’s example and leave the European Union.

The document warns that a prolonged and messy British exit process can have a “crucial” impact in boosting the Eurosceptic movements in all five nations.

The document, titled “Task Force: Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union” was developed by the German Finance Ministry for what it describes as “difficult divorce proceedings.”

The document says it was to offer the UK “constructive outlet negotiations” which will end up in Britain becoming an “associate partner country” of the EU.

Read the whole article at:https://emanwcross.net/2016/06/25/germany-fears-5-more-to-leave/
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« Reply #8 on: June 25, 2016, 04:01:21 PM »

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20160625/world/slovakias-far-right-launches-petition-for-referendum-on-eu-membership.616704

Saturday, June 25, 2016, 12:25

Slovakia's far right launches petition for referendum on EU membership

Slovakia's far right People's Party said today it was launching a petition for a referendum on the country's membership of the European Union after Britain voted to leave the bloc.
Slovak law requires that a petition receive 350,000 signatures from the country of 5.4 million for a referendum to be held. The results of a referendum are legally binding.
"Citizens of Great Britain have decided to refuse the diktat from Brussels. It is high time for Slovakia to leave the sinking European 'Titanic' as well," the party said on its website.

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The madness, the ignorance of the Far Right continues.
They are leaving the EU for the Jews to further dominate and decimate.
They have no Vision of our IDEA of Imperium Europa of Free Regions and Peoples.

Had We been elected by il-Gahan Malti at the last MEP Elections, this would never have happened.
We would have united all Patriotic Forces, booted out the Traitors leading some of them -
and then squared with that Tribe of Rodents in Human Form.

The tragedy that We couldn't even find 1 in 10 of this Low Quality People to vote for us.
As We always said: It is the Quality of the Population that matters.
80% of our People are Culturally Arabic - kept like that by our language and the Culture Distorters.



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« Reply #9 on: June 25, 2016, 09:42:46 PM »

The EU in its current configuration, administration and ruling clique, ruling mafia of desiccated rogues, traitors and aliens, it's like a walking carcass. A judaic economic and political construct. An extension arm of the transatlantic zionist entity; occupying the continent since the end of WW2. Brussels it's a den of scurrilous embezzlers , unelected minions , accountable only  to the power bases of WDC -Tel Aviv. The UK exit will not change anything.  The invasion will continue  in crescendo, the population replacement of the european genus by subhuman hordes will  grow exponentially.. The ripple effect  of the Exit mode may crystallize across the nation states of the continent, particularly in those lands of the eastern bloc with racial backbone and homogenous peoples , uncontaminated , as yet, by the invading hordes.  One by one they may emulate the UK exit, as the moldy, decrepit,  bureaucracy from Brussels with its iron fist  makes life and living dangerously difficult . The leading nation in Europe it's at its apex of corruption, and it functions as a propulsion engine for globalism,multi-racialism and borderless anti europeanism., Their influence and clout on  continental matters it's fueled by the Sanhedrin and talmudists from their safe enclaves in Tel Aviv -Washington-London and Frankfurt. The UK, may have exited  the EU, in a symbolic manner; the UK has not exited from Nato, nor from their occupation  role on the continent in behalf of the Judeo-Zionist entity. Will the " exited" UK seal its borders, arrest the invasion, start disemboweling herself from their cancerous subhuman colonies ?  The exit campaigners speak of their well earned victory as the recovery of sovereignty. They need to provide proof by the concert of their actions as to the depth and reach of that sovereignty. 
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