The latest NAFTA summit, held in Ottawa, served up a poignant reminder to North Americans that there is nothing so costly as "free" trade.
Globalist insiders of the CFR, ECFR, Bilderberg Group, Chatham House, and Trilateral Commission refuse to accept the Brexit verdict.
Speaking with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto at the North American Leaders’ Summit press conference in Ottawa on June 29, President Obama responded to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s proposals to withdraw from trade deals such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Margaret Thatcher led the United Kingdom's Conservative Party to victory in three national elections, but when she dared oppose the European Union, she was cast aside.
We must expect a similar effort now by the globalist elites to reverse the Brexit vote.
Despite waging a brutal terrorist war on the people of Colombia that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives over 50 years, the Marxist narco-terrorist group known as the FARC is making out like bandits in an Obama-backed “peace” deal with the Colombian government.
The good news following Brexit includes the angst being felt by the insiders as they see their plans exposed and threatened.
Talk about being tone deaf. After the historic British vote to ditch the globalist European Union super-state, the increasingly embattled EU appears to be doubling down on its anti-sovereignty extremism with the political equivalent of "let them eat tyranny." Among other schemes, leading EU member governments are threatening fellow members with an “ultimatum” amid a push to abolish the remaining vestiges of nationhood. One reporter described the extreme plot, unveiled this week, as a plan to "morph" EU nations into a “Giant Superstate.”
Nigel Farage has been ridiculed for many years for his efforts to get the United Kingdom out of the European Union while a member of the European Parliament from England. But he is now enjoying his day in the sun. Basking in the glow of last week's Brexit success, he addressed the European Parliament on Tuesday, telling the body that the Brexit vote by his countrymen was a rejection of the EU and its politics. He was — in every meaning of the word — ebullient.
After the historic British “Brexit” vote to leave the European Union super-state, it is time for the United States to take a lesson from the Brits and exit the United Nations, conservative commentator Sarah Palin said in an online statement. The comments by the popular former governor of Alaska, which blasted “special interest globalists” and the plot for one-world government, come amid a growing American movement to withdraw from the scandal-plagued UN and other internationalist outfits that threaten U.S. liberties and independence. Indeed, legislation already sitting in Congress would end U.S. membership in the dictator-dominated global body and all its sovereignty-threatening treaties, stop U.S. taxpayer funding of the organization, and evict the UN's headquarters from American soil. However, some left-wing extremists criticized the plan.
In the wake of Brexit, financial markets across Europe and the world are experiencing some choppy waters. Those who opposed the U.K.'s move to regain independence from the EU have been quick to point to the financial turbulence with a not-so-subtle I-told-you-so. Their message is clear: Brexit is responsible for the downturn and it will only get worse if other nations follow suit. But is it really the catastrophe the globalists make it out to be?