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No, it wasn’t the Russians, Mrs May: it was the so-called liberals

The main driver of Brexit was the desire to get our hands back on the controls of the nation, which had been gradually handed over to the EU since the early 1970s. Mrs May and Co know this. But with the Russia narrative failing in the United States and, in fact, mirroring dangerously back on Trump’s accusers, the government here is now all hands-to-the-pump in a desperate bid to prevent the defeat of the globalist One World Order.

So we’re being told that the referendum outcome was influenced by 416 tweets from “Russian bots”. Even if it were true, 416 tweets constitutes a mere nano-drop in the social media ocean for what you’d need to change hearts and minds on any scale.

But if it wasn’t the Russians, why did the British turn out in droves to vote for Brexit on 23rd June 2016?

During the last 10 days of the campaign, it appeared from the polls that the nation was almost evenly divided between Leave and Remain. However, there was an event which took place only days away from the vote that coloured our judgement so much that I believe it could have swung it for Leave.

The British people are quite canny on an intuitive level; we know if something doesn’t smell right. And during that last week of campaigning we were afforded such an unsavoury glimpse into the minds of those who had the most to gain from Britain remaining in the EU that it made us reel.

It all began to go horribly wrong  for the Stronger In Europe camp just seven days before the vote when loutish multi-millionaire Bob Geldof’s floating gin palace-led flotilla appeared on the River Thames leading a convoy of drunken oiks. Geldof and his mates were verbally abusing our out-of-work fishermen who had come to show their support for Brexit in the hope that leaving the EU would get our fishing grounds back. Also with Geldof’s convoy was a smaller boat containing Brendan Cox and his wife, the Labour MP Jo Cox, with their children.


The next day, Thursday 16th June, Jo Cox was brutally shot dead on the streets of her Yorkshire constituency, Batley and Spen. It was the aftermath of that tragic event, I believe, that woke up the British to the sorts of dubious characters that were white-knuckling the steering wheel of the ship of state, and especially when the Stronger In camp mounted a clumsy attempt to smear all those who wanted to leave the EU with the political aims and aspirations of Cox’s far right killer.

In addition, and before his wife’s body was even cold, husband Brendan had managed to overcome his grief enough to tweet out a Go Fund Me link to Jo’s ‘favourite causes’, and one was the White Helmets. That was a huge mistake because we were then starting to realise that the The White Helmets was not a charity, and neither were they ‘the good guys’ despite their white helmets.

Who are the White Helmets really?

The White Helmets is the military propaganda arm of the Allies attempt at regime change by destabilising Syria and many of them are members of ISIS. In other words, the White Helmets were contributing in a significant way to Europe’s migrant crisis by helping to cause ‘swarming’ of refugees and migrants that Jo Cox was so famous, in her constituency, for “helping”.


The White Helmets are the ones who take the pictures – of beheadings, real or false, dead babies on beaches, babies being passed through barbed wire fences, babies on railway tracks, etc, like this one which has been cleverly cropped to show migrants, who are in reality standing in feet of water but looking as if they are further out and at risk of drowning.


So the White Helmets does not need our hard-earned cash. It is well-funded by George Soros’s organisations, the UK, the US and the Syrian Opposition Party in its work, which is mainly with the rebel group Jabat al-Nusra, the infamous al-Qaeda affiliate.

The White Helmets are represented PR-wise by Purpose whose co-founder Jeremy Heimans also helped to create Avaaz. Avaaz is a global “pro-democracy” group which has been accused of furthering the US/EU agenda in the Middle East and elsewhere. In the days following her death, Avaaz was encouraging, on social media, a sort of hands-around-the-world show of sympathy for Jo Cox.

State-sponsored grief

Then the mainstream media began to deify Jo Cox out of all proportion– as if she had been Princess Diana.

Jo Cox

To say that such a brutal and tragic murder was being ‘milked’ is not to over-state the matter since we saw an email from Stronger In’s campaign chief Will Straw instructing activists to do just that.  He told them that voters had been “pulled up short” by the murder of Jo Cox, and that Stronger In should now attack the Leave side for creating “division and resentment” and that only they – Stronger In – represented a decent, tolerant Britain.

Thus over a series of staged public mourning events, the mainstream media told us what a truly extraordinary person Jo Cox was because her life had been dedicated to helping refugees that came to Britain, unlike those nasty, racist, white supremacist Leavers who wanted to close the borders. But all this did was to highlight the unvarnished truth – that what we had in Mrs Cox was just another woolly-headed liberal with selective blindness who was too busy paving the road with their good intentions to look up to see that they were leading to Hell.

The Hell in question was only 11 miles from her own constituency, where white children were falling victim to a large Muslim paedophile ring – their presence in Halifax no doubt largely due to liberal and unrealistic sentiments like Jo’s, and others associated with NGOs like the White Helmets.

We were realising by then that that tens of thousands of children had gone missing in Europe because of these George Soros-funded human battering rams that were creating the swarming of migrants across open borders, according to UNICEF. And also that the phenomenon of Taharrush – public mass gang raping of European women by swarms of Muslim men – was on the rise.

Selective blindness and virtue-signalling

The truth is, the British people in the main cannot stomach the selective blindness of loudly virtue-signalling so-called liberals who are cognitively unable to marshall their thoughts into a decently-reasoned argument, but instead scream abuse and categorical syllogisms (bumper stickers), like Geldof and his mates.

As Morgoth’s Review brilliantly puts it in The Jo Cox Murder and the Liberal Elite:

“The liberal classes, media and political, have an agenda which is objectively false and they will vilify and attack anyone who disagrees and attempts to push a counter narrative.

“The liberal classes are truly detested by a massive number of British people and they, the liberals, are unable to understand why …

“…The problem we face is that the liberal establishment are not just seen to be living in merely an ivory tower or bubble, but in a dark and sinister castle. The decrees and morality which they foist down onto the general population are not ‘humanitarian’ or in any sense morally justifiable; it is ill conceived lunacy at best, genocidal at worst.”

The Halifax Muslim child rape gang turned out to be just one of many now operating across the Labour heartlands of northern England that, for a long time, were largely ignored or covered up by social services workers, police and politicians. At the Leeds trial, only 13 of the men were convicted, despite more than one hundred being arrested.

These liberals often don’t realise that it is their do-gooding actions that create far worse problems when the consequences are not properly thought through. Was Jo Cox silent on the children being abused because of the number of Muslims in her constituency? Or was her cognitive dissonance somehow connected to the political aims of one of her ‘favourite causes’, the White Helmets?

Even Jo Cox’s own constituency, Batley and Spen, was among those Labour constituencies in the north that voted to Leave, just a week after their MP had been shot. They knew – as did tens of millions of us.

Jo river

In short, the British people were totally turned off by the loud and mawkish display of organised public grief on a par with the funeral of North Korea’s Kim Jong-il, and state propaganda trying to smear more than half of us with divisive lies. So we realised that we needed to jettison this unelected, EU-funded elite from the helm of the ship of state, before they steered us into a whirlpool from which we would never escape.

No Russians were needed.


It’s not the Russians we fear – it’s the international financier and former Nazi collaborator George Soros. As Nigel Farage said the other day:

“George Soros has spent billions in the EU to undermine the nation state. This is where the real international political collusion is.”

Speaking in a debate on the Paradise Papers in the European Parliament, Nigel Farage pointed out that Soros had funded the exposé.

“I say this at a time when the use of money and the influence it may have had on the Brexit result or the Trump election has reached a level of virtual hysteria,” he said.

“Just last week the Electoral Commission in the UK launched an investigation to find out whether the Leave campaign took offshore money or Russian money. This came about as a result of questions asked in the House of Commons by one Ben Bradshaw, somebody linked to an organisation called Open Society.”

Open Society is one of George Soros’s organisations and, funnily enough, I called out the Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw at a local hustings during the Referendum campaign last year. He was insisting that there were no plans for Turkey to become a part of the EU and so I stood up and said:

“Either you’re badly misinformed or you’re lying. Only a few months ago David Cameron said in a speech that he would back the EU in paving the way between Ankara and Brussels so that Turkey could join ‘the club’.”

Mr Bradshaw just studied his soft kid leather, slip-on loafers, apologetically. He didn’t reply because, of course, being just another woolly-minded liberal, he couldn’t marshall his bumper stickers!


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