This article was published by The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Friday, August 26, 2016:
Nigel Farage, a bold and uncompromising critic of the european union, has long been a thorn in the side of the insiders pushing for world government. He has had the audacity to stand up repeatedly in its official chambers and call out the other unelected bloviating members of the so-called European Parliament, exposing their real purposes behind the EU.
When he appeared onstage with Donald Trump on Tuesday night in Jackson, Mississippi, in front of 15,000 noisy supporters, the mainstream media didn't quite know what to make of it. First, said the New York Times, it was “unexpected” that a foreign politician would appear supporting a campaign that made “America First” and “Make American Great Again” its grand theme. Yahoo reporter Holly Bailey called it a “somewhat surreal rally,” not understanding the underlying theme: Americans are tired of being pushed around by the Washington establishment, and want to breathe the fresh air of freedom without having to gain permission from a central government first.
Farage expressed the parallels between his party's successful campaign (he just stepped down from leading the UK's Independence Party but will retain his seat in the European Parliament) to rid itself of the noxious and freedom-threatening EU in June, and Trump's campaign to exit the Washington political establishment. All the polls going into the election showed “remain” to win, going away. When all the votes were counted, however, “exit” won the day. Said Farage:
You have a fantastic opportunity here. You can go out, you can beat the pollsters, you can beat the commentators, you can beat Washington, and you'll do it by doing what we did for Brexit in Britain.
Little people … people who have never voted in their lives [turned out to vote in Britain] … anything is possible if enough decent people are prepared to stand up to the establishment….
We made June 23 [the day of the vote to exit the EU] our Independence Day when we smashed the establishment.
As he ended his 10-minute talk, Farage delighted the audience by saying that “If I was an American citizen, I wouldn't vote for Hillary Clinton if you paid me!” The audience reacted with raucous approval, enjoying the obvious reference to Clinton's selling access to her State Department in exchange for cash payments by foreign interests to her foundation.
Trump piled on as Farage left the stage: “I was very supportive of their right to [exit the EU] and take control of their own future, like exactly what we're going to be voting for on November 8. November is our chance to redeclare American independence.”
Although members of the MSM were confused, baffled, and befuddled, Americanist observers were not. The day after the Brexit vote, Sarah Palin wrote:
The Brexit referendum is akin to our own Declaration of Independence. May that refreshed spirit of sovereignty spread over the pond to America's shores!
Congratulations, smart Brits! Good on you for ignoring all the fear mongering from special interest globalists who tend to aim for that apocalyptic One World Government that dissolves a nation's self-determination and sovereignty….
Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul said that the Brexit is just a good start:
Getting out of NATO would be a good first move. Likewise, the US would do well to exit the various phony “free trade” agreements….
The act of exiting is liberating. We should make a longer list of those things we would like to get out of.
[And] I am only getting started.
Few remember that the European Union was the dream of a mid-level French bureaucrat, Jean Omer Marie Gabriel Monnet (pictured above), whom history now records happily as “one of the founding fathers of the European Union.” His efforts were to create a “new economic order” binding together the European nations fresh from the devastation of World War I. His efforts coincided with efforts to create a United Nations (called the League of Nations) but that effort failed in the US senate, putting off the project until the end of the Second World War when the UN was approved and construction of its headquarters in New York City began a few years later.
It's easy now to see what was obscure then: an “economic union” wouldn't work unless there was political power to enforce it. In simple terms, the euro currency was an effort likely to fail. Some, like Tyler Durden (see Sources below) said it was designed to fail.
With this said, it is now clear precisely why Trump is such a threat. He wants to begin the great unwinding. He has a grasp of the first thread tying up the ball. The United States has always been the target. Unless (as was the case with the failed League of Nations) it could be brought into the fold, the effort would fail.
The thread, and the threat – the one thing the establishment media can't grasp – is national sovereignty. If it can be preserved, then the dismantling can begin in earnest. If it can't, then it's just a matter of time before the globe becomes a giant concentration camp.
When Congressman Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), a co-sponsor of H.R. 1205 – the American Sovereignty Restoration Act – was asked why, he responded:
In one word: Sovereignty.
As a member of the UN we bind our citizens to decisions made by undemocratic countries, when in fact our constitution should be the supreme law.
On his website he expanded his response:
United Nations membership includes Third World dictators and as a member of the UN, we bind our citizens to decisions made by undemocratic countries….
The United Nations also costs our country billions of dollars … the UN presents a real threat to our 2nd Amendment rights….
Now that the world has watched Britain fight to regain some of the sovereignty it had lost, America should do the same.
That is the threat Trump represents. Members of the MSM may not understand but one may rest assured that the establishment does.
Yahoo.com: Trump calls Clinton a ‘bigot' at surreal rally with U.K. Independence Party leader
CNN.com: Trump gets boost from Brexit leader Farage as he aims for ‘American independence'
BBC.com: Donald Trump can beat polls, UKIP's Nigel Farage tells rally
The New York Times: Trump Calls Clinton a Bigot as British ‘Brexit' Leader Stumps for Him
ZeroHedge.com: Nigel Farage Draws Thunderous Ovation At Trump Rally: “I Wouldn't Vote For Hillary If She Paid Me”
The New American: #Brexit to #Amexit: Keep the Momentum Going!
Tyler Durden: “The European Project Was Always Bound To Fail” – Europe Without The Union