by Mac Slavo, Activist Post:
In perfect order out of chaos fashion, the elite are now showing their hand.
Problem. Reaction. Solution.
What will come out of the vote for Britain to leave the European Union, and who will benefit from it?
There is considerable reason to think that it will be the very billionaire elite class who created the EU in the first place.
If the push for Brexit was fueled by the European anger against unlimited migration and its side effects of extreme culture clash, terrorism and sensational incidents of rape, then it was the very crisis that the likes of the Davos elite, and in particular, the Bilderberg elite having been playing upon.
The Problem: Europe is on the verge of collapse
“You break it, you buy it.”
We’ve all heard the maxim above, meant to be cautionary warning to clumsy shoppers that the store will not pay for any losses. But on the global scale, it is a recipe to buy up the broken pieces of nations, businesses and entire continents (or at least their most valuable assets) for pennies on the dollar.
It is this type of maneuver that should be considered when looking at the true impact of Brexit, as well as the true reasons for the intense migrant crisis that hit Europe like a wave during the past couple of years.
For instance, the UN Migration Chief Peter Sutherland, who happens to be non-executive chairman of Goldman Sach International and a steering member of the Bilderberg committee, literally called for migration as a weapon in order to “undermine” the homogeneity and sovereignty of European nations:
In 2012 Mr Sutherland was quizzed by the House of Lords EU home affairs sub-committee about what the EU should do about evidence from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) that employment rates among migrants were higher in the US and Australia than EU countries.
Mr Sutherland, who has attended meetings of The Bilderberg Group, told the committee: “The United States, or Australia and New Zealand, are migrant societies and therefore they accommodate more readily those from other backgrounds than we do ourselves, who still nurse a sense of our homogeneity and difference from others.
“And that’s precisely what the European Union, in my view, should be doing its best to undermine.”
That was in 2012, as the Syrian refugee migrant crisis was yet to unfold in a huge way.
The Reaction: Market panic, predictable to keen observers
The entire sequence events played upon fear for effect, a catalyst making the strength of the reaction more intense, in turn giving greater momentum to the solution.
Brexit was played up in the media, not just in Europe where its effects would be most felt, but in the United States and globally as well. The shocking death of a Member of Parliament by a deranged killer proclaiming sovereignty for Britain seemed almost calculated to heighten the divisive spirit. There were months of scaremongering and warnings about the financial doom a “leave” vote would usher in, in attempt to scare away support for the referendum – or perhaps as prelude to the events to come in the aftermath.
Its causes have been attributed to a swell of populism, fueled by anger over the compounding disasters from migrants being driven from Syria and the Middle East. Years of Greek debt crisis, enormous sums of money for bailouts and a relinquishment of power to centralized bureaucrats made the EU increasingly distasteful.
All that only made disobeying the wishes of the ruling establishment all the more tempting. Nervous money switched hands, and the vote was too close to call. On the eve of the actual vote, there was biblical storm with dramatic flashing lightning, and floods that kept people from the polls.
And, surprise a victory, and quite a reaction there was.
But what does it mean?
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