Tagged: Brexit

A shaman’s guide to the chess game on the world stage in 2017

By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

When we analyse all the gloom-and-doom stories about what a terrible year 2016 was, one fact soon becomes abundantly clear. Yes, it WAS a terrible year for the globalists, and it is they who own the mainstream media that keeps bemoaning it.

But I also keep seeing high profile ‘shamans’ and spiritual leaders encouraging their flocks not to lose heart or give up in moving towards greater global community consciousness. I don’t know which spirits they’re in contact with, but it can’t be the ones I gain guidance from. Do these ‘shamans’ not know who the globalists are? Continue reading

The EU has dissolved British democracy. It is time for a counter revolution.

By The Sceptic Isle

In the last ITV debate, Nicola Sturgeon boldly claimed that European Union Member States are independent countries. Amber Rudd backed her up and presented the EU as a “pooling of sovereignty” while Angela Eagle said that we only give up a “little bit” of sovereignty for the benefits of membership. This is a fundamental dishonesty at the heart of the Remain campaign.
Continue reading

Economists for Brexit: the first truthful economic forecast for life after Brexit

by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

“What does Leave look like, in economic terms,” the Remaniacs keep asking, as if they had at any stage produced a real, truthful economic forecast.

Despite being reprimanded by his own Treasury for telling us that households would be worse off by around £4,000 if Great Britain leaves the EU, George Osborne is still trotting out that lie, even though he knows that he has been caught out cunningly conflating gross GDP with household GDP, which are two very different animals.  And that wasn’t the worst of it – because it also turned out that the £4,000 figure came from a very different Treasury-based scenario to the one he was broadcasting. The real story was that we would be a lot better off in the future, Remain or Leave, but if we left, we’d be better off by not quite so much, to the tune of £4,000. Hardly economic Armageddon, is it? Continue reading