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June 23, 2016: The Brexit Vote Could Change EVERYTHING And Plunge Europe Into Financial Chaos

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Brexit - Public DomainOn June 23rd, a vote will be held in the United Kingdom to determine if Britain will stay in the European Union or not.  This is most commonly known as the “Brexit” vote, and that term was created by combining the words “Britain” and “exit”.  If the UK votes to stay in the European Union, things over in Europe will continue on pretty much as they have been.  But if the UK votes to leave, it will likely throw the entire continent into a state of economic and financial chaos.  And considering how bad the European economy is already, this could be the trigger that plunges Europe into a full-blown depression.

So if things will likely be much worse in the short-term if Britain leaves the EU, then it makes sense for everyone to vote to stay, right?

Unfortunately, it isn’t that simple.  Because this choice is not about short-term economics.  Rather, the choice is about long-term freedom.

The EU is a horribly anti-democratic bureaucratic monstrosity that is suffocating the life out of most of Europe a little bit more with each passing year.  So if I was British, I would most definitely be voting to leave the EU.

And in recent days, the campaign to leave has been rapidly picking up steam.  In fact, two of the latest major surveys show that “leave” has taken the lead

An ORB poll for the Telegraph showed 48 percent of Britons would vote to remain in the European Union, while 49 percent would vote to leave.

A YouGov poll for the Times of London showed 46 percent preferred to leave, while 39 percent wanted to remain.

Two other recent polls have “leave” ahead by 10 points, and there is another that actually has “leave” winning by 19 points.

The “leave” movement got a big boost just recently when the Sun officially endorsed that position.  The following is an excerpt from the editorial that announced this decision…

WE are about to make the biggest ­political decision of our lives. The Sun urges everyone to vote LEAVE.

We must set ourselves free from dictatorial Brussels.

Throughout our 43-year membership of the European Union it has proved increasingly greedy, wasteful, bullying and breathtakingly incompetent in a crisis.

Next Thursday, at the ballot box, we can correct this huge and ­historic mistake.

It is our last chance. Because, be in no doubt, our future looks far bleaker if we stay in.

I must say that I agree entirely with the Sun.  However, everyone needs to understand that a Brexit would be incredibly painful for the UK and for the rest of Europe in the short-term.  I think that Ambrose Evans-Pritchard of the Telegraph made this point very well in his recent column…

Let there be no illusion about the trauma of Brexit. Anybody who claims that Britain can lightly disengage after 43 years enmeshed in EU affairs is a charlatan or a dreamer, or has little contact with the realities of global finance and geopolitics.

So what could we potentially see happen?

Well, for one thing big banks like Morgan Stanley are warning that the euro and the British pound could take big hits

The pound and the euro will be hit on a Leave vote, but even if Britain decides to stay in the EU, there will be only “modest gains.” Morgan Stanley expects the pound “to weaken immediately on a vote to Leave, but by year-end we think Euro could weaken even more.”

Secondly, there is a very strong probability that financial markets all over Europe could horribly crash, and the European Central Bank and the Bank of England are already promising to provide artificial support for the markets if that happens.  The following comes from Reuters

The European Central Bank would publicly pledge to backstop financial markets in tandem with the Bank of England should Britain vote to leave the European Union, officials with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

The preparations illustrate the heightened state of alert ahead of the June 23 referendum, which will help determine Britain’s future in trade and world affairs and also shape the EU. The pound and euro have lost value on fears a Brexit could tip the 28-member bloc into recession.

Such an announcement from the ECB would come on June 24 if an early-morning result showed that British voters had chosen to leave the EU, according to the sources.

But no matter what the consequences are, British voters should do what is right for their future and for the future of their children.

If that means leaving the EU, then so be it.

Needless to say, the prospect of “leave” winning has many among the European elite in full-blown panic mode.  For instance, just consider what the current chairman of the Bilderberg Group is saying

Just day after their mysterious annual meeting in Dresden, it appears The Bilderberg Group’s gravest concern is Brexit. While everything from The Middle East to Donald Trump was on the agenda, the remarks this week from AXA CEO (and Chairman of The Bilderberg Group) Henri de Castries that there is an “extremely high” probability that the U.K. will vote to leave the European Union and investors will face “a true landscape of uncertainties,” suggest the establishment is concerned.

If you are not familiar with the Bilderberg Group, please see my recent article on them.  Certainly the potential of a coming “Brexit” was high on the list of priorities during their recent conference, and it has been documented that the Bilderberg Group played a key role in the creation of the European Union in the first place.  So of course they are not exactly pleased that their grand experiment may now be unraveling right in front of their eyes.

Meanwhile, even without taking into account a potential “Brexit” things just continue to steadily get worse over in Europe.  On Tuesday, European stocks hit their lowest levels since the stock market crash that ended in February, and the stocks of both Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse hit all-time record lows

The truth is that those extremely prominent European banks are headed for a collapse even without a “Brexit”.  But if there is a “leave” vote, that will just accelerate the process.

And let us not forget that major stock indexes all over Europe are already in a bear market

Meanwhile, German stocks are in a bear-market, with the DAX down 23.2% from its April 2015 peak. The French CAC 40 is down 21.8%. The Spanish Ibex 35 and the Italian MIB are down 31.4% and 32.6% respectively.

Here in the United States, the smart money is dumping stocks like crazy right now, and major investors such as George Soros are feverishly buying gold.

So why are these things happening?

Do those “in the know” have some information regarding what is about to happen over in Europe?

For a long time, I have been sounding the alarm about Europe.  If the British people vote to stay in the European Union on June 23rd, the crisis in Europe will certainly continue to escalate, it will just be at a slower pace.  But if the British people vote to leave (which they should) that could be the trigger that changes everything.

I don’t know exactly what is going to happen on the 23rd, but without a doubt we should all be watching the outcome very, very closely…

*About the author: Michael Snyder is the founder and publisher of The Economic Collapse Blog. Michael’s controversial new book about Bible prophecy entitled “The Rapture Verdict” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on*

  • ivor biggin

    Everyone who doesn’t know who Enoch Powell is should research him.

    He predicted the EUSSR and the racial problems now in his 1968 ‘rivers of blood speech’.

    • WeRThrough

      I predicted it around then too, but nobody knows who I am, for now anyway 🙂


    Remember these articles?

    March 7th, 2016
    The Collapse Of Italy’s Banks Threatens To Plunge The European Financial System Into Chaos

    February 8th, 2016
    Day Of Reckoning: The Collapse Of The Too Big To Fail Banks In Europe Is Here

    July 7th, 2015
    European Stocks, Chinese Stocks And Commodities Are All Crashing – Are U.S. Stocks Next?

    June 16th, 2015
    The Next Great European Financial Crisis Has Begun

    February 16th, 2015
    Greece Rejects Bailout Deal – Deadline To Avoid Financial Chaos In Europe Is March 1st

    January 8th, 2014
    If You Are Waiting For An “Economic Collapse”, Just Look At What Is Happening To Europe

    April 29th, 2013
    20 Signs That The Next Great Economic Depression Has Already Started In Europe

    March 19th, 2013
    Will The Banking Meltdown In Cyprus Be A “Lehman Brothers Moment” For All Of Europe?

    March 14th, 2013
    17 Signs That A Full-Blown Economic Depression Is Raging In Southern Europe – Is The U.S. Next?

    February 26th, 2013
    Will Italy Be The Spark That Sets Off Financial Armageddon In Europe?

    • SnohtBlossom

      Yes, AlwaysTomorrow
      Nice synopsis.


        Good. That makes two of us.

        • SnohtBlossom


          • Steeve Girard

            It does not mean it will not happen, the Banksters are good at finding ways to kick the can further. But what we do not know, is when the road ends.


            That has been my point all along.

          • GSOB

            Psalm 96:6

          • SnohtBlossom

            there is no god

          • Mr. Cipher

            There is no SnotBlossom. I blew my nose 🙂

        • Mr. Cipher

          Reach for a tissue and rid the SnotBlossom.

        • JC Teecher


          • Guest

            Audrey the III.

      • Mr. Cipher

        Synopsis? It’s called cut and paste. It’s meaningless!

        • SnohtBlossom

          AlwaysTomorrow has made a cogent list of related articles.

          • Mr. Cipher

            Actually Micheal made the list. It’s on the upper left corner of the home page.

      • Spectrum

        Tomorrow is only ever 24 hours away. A lot can happen in 24 hours. Particularly in today’s computer driven financial world.

        • SnohtBlossom

          Anything can happen, the likelihoods are the question.

    • Yawn

      much has happened its just the first time in history they have tried to print their way out of trouble.. the articles are dead on.. come on i know it complicated but understand 10 trillion is underwater in bonds.. when interest rates start to climb and they will, these bonds will be govt want to buy them all up and force the tax payer to take a huge major hit when that time comes…its like saying that car dealership has not sold a car in a year, they will be out of business soon, but unknown to you the govt is subsidizing each lost sale and just stacking cars at some unknown govt location…a good example was the fema trailers,

    • JC Teecher

      got to have some pre-collapse drama here folks, to keep inquiring minds active. The titles would leave one wondering why we missed it.

      Sadly, someday soon, all those articles will ring true.
      In fact for some folks over there, it already has.

  • James Dohnalek

    All of Southern Europe is DEAD. DEAD BEATS. Bail out from the sinking Europe ship. Mario Dragi is at negative rates and will go more negative in rates to give life support to Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, France, dead beat Brussels, Finland, Norway, Sweden. Europe is DOOMED. EURO IS DOOMED. Germany will be the next to leave the Euro zone. There will be a huge EURO emplosion. The Euro is worth DIRT.

    • Steeve Girard

      But also mind that the USA are on that list of States in financial chaos that could break-up into pièces.

      • Bob Kozinski

        Absolutely will be a domino effect.

    • K2

      germany is benefiting a lot from the eurozone, it will never leave the eurozone.

      • Spectrum

        Of course it won’t. Germany is the driving force behind the EXPANSION and entrenchment of the E.U. And if you believe bible prophecy, Germany will lead the final 10 nation confederation that will be the vehicle of power for the coming Antichrist.

      • So CAL Snowman

        How exactly is Germany “benefiting” from the eurozone when it constantly has to bail out the PIGS?? Also how is being flooded with millions of Moslems a benefit for Germany?

        • K2

          The eurozone is the market for germanys goods and services. And germany is not bailing out pigs using its personal money.


      Almost the entire world is bankrupt..Germany could possibily leave the Euro if the nationalists win the next elections caused by this mulsim invasion…otherwise i dont believe that will happen with that slut Merkel…but i think a lot of people dont give importance whats happening around Ukraine…Nato made an exercice in Polony with 30 thousand soldiers…the largest force in that country since ww2 just to push Russia…War is close despite Brexit or not.

    • sistersoldier

      Isn’t that the plan? Devalue all currency and replace it with a “one world” currency?

      • K

        That was the plan at one time. Now it seems to be a one world payment system. With no currency involved.

        • sistersoldier

          I concur.

  • James Dohnalek

    Have you noticed? No one is hardly preparing for a catestrophic. There is no spending going on. WHICH MEANS. There will be millions of destitute people when catastrophe occurs. They will be agressive, desperate, and lethal.
    Buy plenty of ammunition. You are going to need it. This should be #1 on your list other than water or food. It WILL GET UGLY.


      “It WILL GET UGLY.”

      Judging by your avatar it already is UGLY.

      • SnohtBlossom

        You know James, your mugshot picture (for running around killing people’s plants) looks better.

        • GSOB

          Psalm 86:5

    • Steeve Girard

      Being prepared makes you a target… be the Gray Man (urban survivalism).


      Ammunition? nah…. Dynamite is better…good for muslim control…why waste bullets when you can just blow them up? Giving a taste of their own medicine.

      • WeRThrough

        Dynamite would only be good if there were a large concentration of them. One could only hope on such a great find:)

    • sistersoldier

      I believe that an all out civil war would facilitate the elite’s agenda. They have their bunkers, their food, and their wealth nicely tucked away and safe from would be marauders. The aggressive, desperate, lethal and starving who kill one another topside would only initiate part of the endgame design. For the Powers That Be it would be the final curtain call of a nefariously orchestrated plan that is centuries old of a self inflicted genocidal remedy for what they have already determined to be an “overpopulated” cancer on society. In short killing one another is what they want. it would show how they were right about us all along – we are according to them ( a bunch of mindless, unevolved useless eaters).

      • True Grit

        Hunter gatherers can be very creative. They can start a fire and inject smoke into the vents till the prey comes out. then help themselves to the prey’s ill gotten booty. The prey can offer to make an interest free loan or something! I dont that will help them.

        • sistersoldier

          I don’t think so – they have far more security than we will ever know.

      • retired22

        Sounds like that old classic movie written by HG Wells “Things to come”. Civilization collapses & near barbarism ensues & lasts for decades!

        P.S.The original film from 1936 can still be seen on YouTube.

      • JC Teecher

        Did you ever hear about the road to nowhere…an asphalt four lane in some places?

        Well, for those inquiring minds it was built under the supervision of Senator Robert Byrd of WV.
        It just so happens that Mr. Byrd was my wife’s great uncle, and that road does go somewhere. In fact I ran across something the other day while going through some old papers, and it was a short letter from him on his official stationary, of which he hand signed to her. RIP Mr. Byrd.
        Probably more of a landing strip from DC, than a roadway. With plenty of big mtns. nearby.

      • GSOB

        Psalm 91:11

  • YH

    Why any thinking British citizen would vote to stay in a financially broken system rife with corruption and bad debts is unfathomable. The powers that be will be working overtime to ensure the vote turns out in their favor.

    • Horiboyable .

      Barry told me to stay in.

      • Guest

        That’s actually funny.

        • turd

          bathhouse barry went to the doctor because he was constipated and when the doc shined his light up there he found a bunch of arabs and mexicans stuck up there.

      • turd

        he didn’t want you to “pull out” too early

  • Tatiana Covington

    Oh well, life goes on!

    • Spectrum

      For now.

      • GSOB

        Psalm 7:17

    • Mr. Cipher

      That is very insightful.


      Sure….i guess a lot of jews thought that when hitler rised to power…

      • Guest

        Well, you know what they say about learning from history…

    • GSOB

      Psalm 8:9

  • Robert

    It isn’t the voters that count but rather the ones who count the votes.

  • Diabolus Candidus

    One day it’s volcanoes and earthquakes, the next day it’s plague, now it’s Brexit.


      Don’t forget about the dying fish, emp’s, microchipping and fires.

      • Diabolus Candidus

        Stock up on Bibles, anti-rapture religious tracts, potable water, anti-volcanic blankets, precious metals, farming implements, solar panels, clean underwear, …

        The whole survivalist is more expensive than the interest on the cc bills every month.

    • Spectrum

      Yes, but it’s like walking in a minefield. Sooner or later one’s going to go off.

      • Diabolus Candidus

        Or as we say here in North Dakota, even a blind squirrel finds a nut. There’s a lot of nut searching going on around here.

        • Spectrum

          So you prefer to go into hibernation as our winter of discontent draws near ? Hope you’ve got plenty of nuts stored up to survive on. Because if worst comes to worst, there won’t be any left at your supermarket.

          • Diabolus Candidus

            I prefer to get triggered by the daily disaster.

    • jox

      European markets are plummeting. It’s obvious that the author is not the only one worried about the Brexit. If you think otherwise perhaps you should buy stock and make a nice business.

      • Diabolus Candidus

        Can’t. I spent all my liquidity on volcano-proofing my house.

  • Bob Kozinski

    This is going to be a landmark day go the entire world. Great intelligence on your part Michael to write this article. Come quickly Lord Jesus.

    • JC Teecher

      Yes, I agree. Even though the vote “could” possibly be manipulated, either way it will possibly affect the markets.

      Will it affect me and the wife? No, not directly in the near future, because we have already planned and prepared for a financial collapse, and the possibility of something worse……an EMP attack on North America.

      All signs point to many markers aligning for the perfect financial storm in the coming days, weeks, and months.
      My gut says early Fall will have them all coming together, for something grandioso.

      But, we must remember that everything is contingent upon God’s timetable of events that correspond to the consummation of the end of this world/flesh age.

      As Gabriel has supposedly warned us about, these next few years will be mainly about the shifting and manipulations of “political” agendas. The economic woes have been escalating since ’07/’08. The religious woes will be more evident after about 20-20/22, according to the visitation of Gabriel, back in 2001. Time will tell.

      • sistersoldier

        You may be correct about the fall of the year. I have heard other analysts mention that the fall would be advantageous for a timed collapse. I think that it may play out in stages. Starting with the initial shock wave(s) of whatever the “collapse headline(s)” will be and then gradually worse financial news aftershocks with one being more powerful than the last until the ultimate collapse.

        • JC Teecher

          I can see it sistersoldier…:).

          Most people have forgotten that we are in the final weeks of the 40th Jubilee year, since Christ’s Crucifixion.

          The year and the cycle will be complete on the day of Atonement/Yom Kippur, which is begun on Oct. 11th at sunset, and ending at sunset on the 12th.

          This will also complete the 70 cycles of Jubilees since the Israelites came into the Promised Land, in 1416 BC.

          Maybe, we see a great shaking and awakening. It takes something of the magnitude of 9/11 to shock people in to returning to prayer, their bibles, and observance.

          • sistersoldier

            Preach it JC!

          • JC Teecher

            Although I do appreciate the support and kind is all through the Holy Spirit and His guidance. I could not express God’s wisdom on my own.

            I am not, I repeat, “am not” a preacher. I have not been called, for this age, but have been called for the coming Millennium.

            I have no congregation nor a building, but I am in a sort of Bible school, in preparation for the Lord’s Day.
            Back in 2002, after doing my first and only fast, a 24 hour one, i had the experience of a lifetime.. It is the act of obedience and humbleness, and not necessarily the length of the fast.

            I just asked my Father to show me what he wanted of me and what was my purpose in life. Boy! did I ever get 1000% more than I bargained for.
            I won’t get into all the details, but it was life changing.

            God took me to a place during my sleep. In that period of time, maybe less than an hour, He put me through a series of supernatural events. one was witnessing a demon being exorcised from someone else. Then the demon jumped on and in me. Talkin’ about feeling low down dirty mean, and then the same man of God, maybe a Preacher, helped me rid myself of that demon. I saw his ugly face (not the preacher), and could feel his gnarly hands trying to hold on to me.

            Then I was put through the change of life body, from flesh to spirit, and was put before a crowd of folks and began speaking in a language i did not recognize. But evidently they did.

            Anyways, that was the event that began my real search for truth. There was so much more involved in the details of that out of body experience, but it can wait.

            I didn’t receive salvation that night in 2002, because as a young kid of nine, i got that in a little country church on a warm summers’s night revival meeting. i became a Christian and a sinner, all at the same time.

            Sometime later I had the pleasure of getting baptized in a concrete pool that was fed by ice cold mtn. spring water. Three kids, all siblings, about my age were baptized with me that Sunday.

          • GSOB

            John 20:21, 22
            1 Corinthians 14:20

            John 1:16
            1 Corinthians 2:6

          • JC Teecher

            Mark 11:24

            1 Corinthians 14:3


          • sistersoldier

            Wow! What a testimony!


    Imagine the UN taking over from Washington DC! We would vote to leave to. I can well understand England’s wish to leave the EU. That said, I predict mucho ballot box fiddling to keep England in.

  • billtheguy

    They will manipulate the vote, just like here. You don’t think the “powers that be” would allow the sheeple to alter their “plan”, do you?

    • balloonknot9

      unfortunately, I agree that vote manipulation is quite possible. After all there is so much money and power riding on this.

    • Spectrum

      They didn’t manipulate the vote in Ireland when it was rejected there.

      But refusing to accept “no” for an answer, they did order a new vote – and got the result they wanted the second time around.

      So much for the democratic E.U. …..

    • watchmannonthewall

      Is it possible this is the exact opportunity they are looking for to let everything collapse and them blame it on someone else? That might be their “plan”.
      Lots of risks in lots of countries at this time, a number of elections coming up, and all over the next year. They’ve had a long time to prepare and surely they knew we were going to get to this point a number of years ago.
      I remember reading articles back in 2009 forward, where some high-falutin researchers were informing all of us that, historically, the methods used to deal with the financial crisis would result in voters electing far right candidates, like Hitler. Seems the shift to the right is here but not quite as bad as they said, yet, with more likely on the way. A full blown meltdown could get us there. We shall see.
      “A prudent man sees the evil and hides himself, but the naive go on, and are punished for it.” (Prv. 22:3)

  • Michael Coleman

    I and everyone that i know are voting OUT

  • J.L.W

    I disagree that if we vote to remain everything will be the same.

    A) Greek crisis to reserge.
    B) EU budget passed
    C) Spains elections (on possible election promises of social spending)
    D) Fresh immigration from Turkey and the continuation of the migrant crisis

    The screws will tighten and Duetsche bank et al will still be in a worse position. The only thing that changes is if we leave, we have laws etc. that can stop the carnage in Britain. If we stay we will be subject to EU bail ins etc.

  • Spectrum

    If a Brexit doesn’t push the world economy over the edge, it’s hard to see what will. All the economic and financial indicators are flashing red. It’s just a matter of when and what.

    Apparently Deutsche Bank is the real biggie, and is reportedly tottering near the edge. It could set off a domino effect.

  • Yawn

    european union , draghi are about the dumbest muppets out there….

  • whteshark

    It’s time for a Yexit (Yankee exit) here in the states from the tyranny of Washington.

    But we don’t get a vote like the Brits. If we want out of this union we have to fight our way out.

    • df NJ

      We should divide the country according to blue and red states. Most of the blue states are donor states. Most of the red states are blood sucking receivers of more tax dollars than they contribute.

      • whteshark

        I agree.

        Let’s us blood suckers leave… peace.

        • df NJ

          Can you imagine how wealthy blue states would become if they were allowed to plow all their federal tax dollars back into roads, bridges, and infrastructure improvements. There’s a reason why the red states with all the libertarian social polices on the state level are much poorer than blue states.

          • whteshark

            You guys rely on Silicone Valley and Wall Street. Without them you’d be as broke as the rest of the country.

            On top of that the fly over states are what feed this country. You guys would be Venezuela in a week. And if things are so great why are blue states like California and Illinois so broke?

            We’d ship you the welfare trash and take your entrepreneurs.

            An amicable divorce would improve relations between the countries. You could build your people’s socialist utopia and we would retain our liberty.

  • howmchbscnutak

    June 23, 2016: The Brexit Vote Could Change EVERYTHING And Plunge Europe Into Financial Chaos…….HERE IS TO HOPING….come on Britain set the proper precedent so that others will follow and break up the evil cartel that is the E U.

  • Johan van Vught

    In the Netherlands we pray that the UK will vote pro Brexit.
    It’s our opportunity to escape next from the EU-prison.

    • GSOB

      Philippians 4:23


    I am 59years of age,live in Scotland and have seen the gradual decline of the Euro in recent years. That is because it is an Autocratic (old communist) regime run by ex communists who live in their little silver worlds and are planets away from the working people of Europe.(That is those who have at present ,a job) Just look what they have done to Greece,placed them in a never ending quagmire of debt that they will NEVER pay off .It is called Control.The Germans and French are terrified of GB leaving as they will be left holding the bills.There is another Greek financial bill needing paid next month leading to another crisis BUT no mention of that in the events or debates leading up to our vote next week.The Pro Euro politiciands will never accept reality or hard facts and that it that the EU is broken and financially corrupt.
    We managed to survive for centuries and decades without the support of the Germans and French and we will do it again.

    • GSOB

      The Lord be with you Spirit.
      Philemon 1:25

    • Guest

      Sounds like a co-dependant relationship. It can only be broken when one of the parties finally stops the cycle.

  • df NJ

    Where does the value of money come from? The value of money comes from people being greedy about it. It doesn’t matter how much has been printed or created. What does matter is height of the median distribution. Paradoxically, as more money is concentrated into fewer and fewer hands it becomes worth less. As salaries rise faster than inflation, the median distribution is lowered, and money becomes more valuable because people are more greedy about having it. I think the problem with the economy is people just do not care about it as much as in the past. The Baby Boomers are just not spending as much. And in the same line of thinking the economy will not collapse as long as people are willing to keep going to work and buy goods and services with their take home pay. What people think about the economy and what gets published is irrelevant. As long as grocery stores have people lining up to check out nothing will change.

  • sistersoldier

    Super Shemitah!

    • GSOB

      Psalm 71:8

  • Richard O. Mann

    Europe needs their messiah to show up and make things right. They have been looking for this person since the beginning of the EU. If “he” doe not show up very soon, all of Europe will crash. And it will drag the rest of the world down with it.

  • Richard O. Mann

    He that let’s or restrains, will continue to restrain until He is taken out of the way.

  • DJohn1

    Fact of life: Great Britain has an enormous population.
    Fact of life: Great Britain is not capable of feeding that population without international trade to do so.
    They simply do not have the land to be agriculturally independent of Europe.
    I have been in a small town in Britain. It is wall to wall garage sale sized businesses. Fascinating to have all this variety of goods in such a small space. It does have open lands but they are public domains.
    Think wall to wall New York City for the entire land mass of London area going 100s of miles in any one direction where there is land.
    We go to a grocery store. They have separate small businesses such as a produce store, a meat store, etc. The closest I saw to a giant while there was a store about the size of a small grocery store. Some of that has changed. There was one Walmart sized store in town.
    There is a price to pay if you are not agriculturally independent.
    I have sat in a public chair on the beach at the Mouth of the Thames River. On the Thames is a fascinating array of commercial ships coming and going to London. Almost like semitrucks on a highway here in the United States on I-70 or I-75. I have personally counted over 60 of those in a ten minute survey from a bridge going both directions in the United States.
    The way this works is London is a commercial center for an enormous amount of trade. It is also one of the worst places to live simply because the cost of living there is so high.
    Again, almost anything can be bought in London somewhere. It will just cost you twice as much.
    The London Road is one such place and it stretches almost 50 miles or more. Probably much more. I have walked the London Road for about ten or twelve miles visiting all the little shops along the way.
    What Britain currently has is a thriving commercial center of trade.
    IF they leave Europe where does that trade go?
    Britain is also a country with a Socialist agenda. Taxes are higher than they are in the United States. SO much so that prices on retail goods are much higher there than here.
    I tried to buy a printer cord for my brother while there. They wanted the equivalent of $15. I finally bought a used one for under 7.
    Last week I bought one here for a $1 at the Dollar Tree.
    Now that is not entirely fair because I was last there in 2007.
    The world changes rapidly. There is going to be a severe case of nashing of teeth.
    I think the northern countries may form a much nicer union for themselves leaving the southern countries holding the bag. Meaning the southern countries will go broke and have to start over with a much more realistic business of government cutting out most of the waste and probably a good portion of their socialism.
    What it really boils down to is which set of countries does Britain want to be associated with and trade with?

  • Priszilla

    Arab Spring was about freedom. And as we see now Libya, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan are so well off that they now took up travelling the world.

  • Mark Rust

    Michael. Thanks for posting about this. As a UK citizen this is crucial and you are right. This is about principle and freedom so in my judgement the UK MUST leave the EU. The will all of the same conviction please pray!

  • Maggie

    I honestly think it

  • Maggie

    I honestly think the vote will be rigged.Why have they allowed the Brits ( but mostly English and Welsh) finally have a vote at this moment in time ? Is it a stitch up to blame Brexit for the upcoming global crash ?
    Watch Nigel Farage he was right on you tube.

  • Maggie

    Many people have never voted for the EU Union ,all the Brits ever voted for was a trade deal back in the 70.s .many have waited years for this vote and either way it goes the country is deeply divided between the elite and the ‘rest’ ,so a lot of built up anger is wanting to give the establishment a kick up the arse……it’s interesting reading American opinion on the subject ,but it has to be said Nigel Farage was victimised for years ,but he was the one that made grass roots democracy and created an alternative UKIP and millions have held him up ,pushed him on and voted for him.It was in the general elections when voters finally made a huuuuuuge breakthrough and finally with his determination the Brits got an in/out vote.
    His speeches in the EU parliament are legend to many .(YouTube)
    Danniel Hannan has been another MEP who has worked tirelessly for Britain as well.
    The BBC and media have been totally biased for years.

  • alan

    I don’t think it will matter one way or another. If it does some how they will just throw the election.

  • JI

    “The Brexit Vote Could Change EVERYTHING And Plunge Europe Into Financial Chaos”

    Or, more likely, it will turn out to be a blip on the radar of history, at least as long as the Brits do indeed exit the EU. If they vote to stay, then perhaps we’ll be looking at financial chaos, if not in the short term then certainly in the longer term.

  • biglipnagger

    Great Britain is POLITICALY tied to the EU but not ECONOMICALLY tied to the Eurozone. There is a HUGE difference. The reason the pound is still the primary currency and not the euro in the U.K. is because of this. The Brexit may change the POLITICAL landscape of the UK, but not the economic landscape. As much as I like this blog, this is very, very basic economics. The Brexit will not be an issue if it happens. If people who really want to know more and do not want to read “Tragedy and Hope”, then “Tragedy and Hope 101” may be an excellent place to start. The EU and the Eurozone are as different as political science 101 and international economics 101

    • GSOB

      Psalm 11:3-7

      If the foundations are broken,
      what can the righteous do?

      The Lord is in His holy temple,
      His throne is in heaven;
      His eyes see,
      His eyes examine mankind.

      The Lord tests the righteous,
      but the wicked and one who loves violence
      His soul hates.

      Upon the wicked He will rain
      coals of fire and brimstone and a burning wind;
      this will be the portion of their cup.

      For the righteous Lord
      loves righteousness;

      His countenance beholds the upright.

  • tacoma

    If the UK leaves, the EU will actually be more integrated and streamlined. This likely will add to prosperity. The EU will be strengthen.

    A non-EU UK will on a different path, depending on the outcome of the negotiations on exit to be done within 2 years’ time. The UK will be on its own just like the centuries prior to joining the EU. But then there are lots of countries in continental Europe that’s not part of the EU. The biggest change may be Scotland leaving the UK and seeking to rejoin the EU. A UK without Scotland will be a small player, back to the status it was around the year 1000. Greece will leave as well.

    A broken up UK will mean end of the British Commonwealth. Australia, New Zealand, Canada and others who currently have the British Crown as sovereign head will cut that off and all become republics. The once mighty British Empire will truly and completely done with, leaving behind burnt out dwarf.

  • Preacher62

    “So why are these things happening?” These things are happening because the thief comes only to steal, to kill and to destroy. This world is under the control of the evil one and all who participate in it are setting themselves up to be stolen from, killed and destroyed. This world is the tool that Satan uses to accomplish his work and the temptation that he uses to attract fallen man to do his bidding. Friendship with the world is enmity with God. This world is going to be destroyed along with all who belong to it at some point. Maybe tomorrow, maybe in a thousand years. Makes no difference unless you are one of the ones that belong to it. Repent and believe the Gospel and you will no longer have to worry about
    such things. Seek first the kingdom of God and HIS righteousness and everything you need will be given to you. God Bless.

    • GSOB

      Psalm 10:16

      • Preacher62

        He’s still on the throne and forever will be.

  • Cjoseph

    Britain is going to leave the Euro zone. Whether it is now or a little later it will happen. It has been known for close to 70 years now. There will be a final United States of Europe comprised of online 10 nations with Germany at it’s head.

  • sistersoldier

    I just read on Zero Hedge that the Brexit campaign has been suspended due to a British lawmaker being shot dead by a mentally-ill assailant. How convenient is that!?! And not to mention transparent!

    • SunShine

      It is becoming the norm now.

  • TheBigM

    Brexit does not mean the UK leaves the EU the next day. Under Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty (the exit clause), there’s a minimum two year period of withdrawal from the EU, more likely four year in this case.

  • thegeorgespyman

    One of main things the Eurocrats want from Britain is the gold from the Treasury. Imagine no country ever conquered mighty England. No King, no Queen, no potentate was able to wrest control of the island nation after world wars and great armadas. The island was lost because the people were tricked into giving it away.

    In Winston Churchill’s wartime address to Parliament which coined the we shall fight on the beaches speech, we see language at its best; but in the greater, long term struggle he left out several of the most important battle locations. They are of course the school room, the board room, the congresses and parliaments and the churches. If enemies foreign or domestic access dominion over these areas, a nation is doomed.

    I have, myself, full confidence that if all do their duty, if nothing is neglected, and if the best arrangements are made, as they are being made, we shall prove ourselves once more able to defend our island home, to ride out the storm of war, and to outlive the menace of tyranny, if necessary for years, if necessary alone. At any rate, that is what we are going to try to do. That is the resolve of His Majesty’s Government — every man of them. That is the will of Parliament and the nation. The British Empire and the French Republic, linked together in their cause and in their need, will defend to the death their native soil, aiding each other like good comrades to the utmost of their strength.

    Even though large tracts of Europe and many old and famous States have fallen or may fall into the grip of the Gestapo and all the odious apparatus of Nazi rule, we shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender, and if, which I do not for a moment believe, this island or a large part of it were subjugated and starving, then our Empire beyond the seas, armed and guarded by the British Fleet, would carry on the struggle, until, in God’s good time, the New World, with all its power and might, steps forth to the rescue and the liberation of the old.

  • Richard O. Mann

    Europe is looking for their Messiah, a person who can pull all these countries together and make it work. At the same time, the Jews are looking for their Messiah to come, to make things right in the Middle East, and to bring peace. The Muslims are looking for their Messiah to come and destroy all who oppose Islam, and to set up a world controlled by Islam. We Christians are looking for our Messiah to return and take us out of here, and many of us believe that all the other really bad things are not going to happen until God the Holy Spirit departs from the earth along with us. So, which one are you looking for folks? Sunny, I already know what you think.

  • Demogorgon

    This headline and much of the contents of the article are alarmist, unnecessarily so. Why the dire hypotheticals? Personally, I would wish for a Brexit, but even if it doesn’t happen, what will change? Only more obfuscation until eventually reality strikes.

  • Infidel51

    Saddle up bitches it’s a brexit!! Today is going to be so much fun to watch.

  • dawmast

    Will the Brexit lead to the current E.U. falling apart and that from the broken pieces a new Europan Union will arise with the antichrist as a the leader? A new E.U. which consists of 5 European nations and 5 nations from the Middle-East. The days of the neoliberal anglo-saxon economic system are over, the financial and economic power will shift from the US/UK to Europe and the Middle-East.



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