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Brexit Vote Is Great News for Britain, but Difficult Times Ahead

from The Daily Bell:

Brexit: What happens now? … David Cameron announces he will step down as PM by Oct … Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union. Mr Cameron made the announcement in a statement outside Downing Street after the final result was announced. He said he would attempt to “steady the ship” over the coming weeks and months. -BBC

This is great news and at the same time it makes us suspicious. The globalist bankers behind the European Union must be upset.

We rejoice in Britain’s sudden freedom from the corrupt and authoritarian EU.

We’re happy David Cameron is leaving. He did his best to start wars and shut down free speech, especially when it came to the Internet.

But we can’t believe it’s that simple. A vote and then … done.

Won’t there be repercussions? There have been threats already. What’s next?

When Andrew Jackson shut down the US’s second central bank, its head Nicholas Biddle threatened to cause a depression. Later on he did, making money scarce and getting Jackson censured in the process.

We’ve already carried one article a while ago explaining that it seemed as if officials at the Bank of England were issuing veiled threats before Brexit.

Let’s see what happens now. The fallout has hit world markets hard.

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