U.K. Prime Minister to resign, plus in-depth analysis of “Brexit”

The Secular Jurist

By Robert A. Vella

Describing the U.K. referendum decision to leave the European Union as “shocking” might be an understatement.  This election result is destined to have far-reaching consequences for many years to come.  To see it as nothing more than a quixotic political aberration, a spontaneous overreaction to regional immigration concerns, as many western establishment leaders would like the public to believe, is a profoundly ignorant perception.  What happened yesterday in the U.K. is just a symptom of a much bigger societal problem that’s been building for several decades inside Europe, the U.S., and elsewhere.

Like the U.S., the U.K. has become increasingly polarized and divided along sharp cultural, political, and regional lines as evidenced by the referendum outcome.  Scotland, Northern Ireland, and urban London all voted to remain in the E.U.  England and Wales voted to leave.  The ethnic breakdown of the vote also reflects similarly to the…

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BREXIT Results and Massive New Global Trends

Power to the ppl, hope this sets a precedent for other countries to follow. To quote the infamous words of Vicky Nuland, “F*ck the EU!”.

Futurist Trendcast

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Referendum of the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union

 Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?

100.0% Reporting Votes

 Remain a member of the European Union

48.1%

16,141,241

Leave the European Union

51.9%

17,410,742

I think this is an awesome result and I congratulate the British people on this achievement!

The result, as I pointed out in ESR12: THE FUTURE OF THE EU, could be worse based on the energetic confusion and a strong potentiality for vote manipulation. I still think (per my ESR12 thoughts) that completely unmanipulated, the BREXIT vote should have achieved 58% or better result TO LEAVE. That said, the people of the UK have an excellent reason to celebrate.

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And David Cameron resigned! That alone is a great result. Really, truly, no one could be worse than him, although how much better can it get if the…

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