The British government on Saturday rejected a petition to have second vote on BREXIT; illustrating once again that, contrary to US media propaganda, the British people are standing firm in their desire for independence.
"The Prime Minister and Government have made it clear that this was a once in a generation vote. The Prime Minister has said that the decision must be respected, and that Britain must now prepare to leave the EU." said the official response from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The petition, like most other anti-BREXIT initiatives, was orchestrated from outside the UK. A loose confederation of Wall Street freebooters, Wahhabi fundamentalists, and Cultural Marxists have been resorting to various acts of harassment to sabotage the post-BREXIT government. These have included currency manipulation, disseminating hostile propaganda, and staging phony civil protests for photo-ops. All of these schemes are backfiring on the conspirators; major investors like China, Russia, and India are already negotiating with a Free Britain, and other EU countries are weighing their chances of leaving the EU as well.
This weekend also saw publication of the long-awaited Chilcot Report an official inquiry to British crimes sanctioned by US/EU lackey, former Prime Minister Tony Blair. The report highlighted that Blair had essentially rushed into the 2003 Iraq War, misled Parliament, was slavish servile to Washington, and employed false intelligence reports. Britain also had no clear objective or strategy in the war. Though Chilcot did not address this subject, Blair was also guilty of monumental crimes in Yugoslavia.
MP David Davis will announce on Monday a move to try Blair before Parliament for Crimes Against Humanity; a move which would have been unthinkable while Britain was still under EU domination.
Jan Oberg, director of the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research noted that "Today we have intellectual dwarfs running NATO and many EU states. They have no idea about conflict resolution, reconciliation, about dialogue, about confidence-building measures...BREXIT means that the EU is going to fall apart at some point."
It is to be hoped that Oberg is correct; and other countries will follow the British example.