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Jul 13, 2016

Why There Will Probably Be a Second Referendum of Brexit – Ambition of international-corporate dictatorship system is unlikely to be realized. –

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Why There Will Probably Be a Second Referendum of Brexit – Ambition of international-corporate dictatorship system is unlikely to be realized. –
It seems that the writer of the article below thinks it is likely that Britain will finally remain in EU in despite of the referendum result supporting Brexit. He thinks that Britain will see completely different situation like Greece because the referendum result is not conclusive one but it is used as reference.
According to the article, the significance of the referendum is that UK citizens “refused control by European aristocracy elite” of EU. However, eventually they will try to control such civil rebellion and achieve their dream of international-corporate dictatorship “by all means”, because it will be the Bilderbergers’ dream, the Trilateralists’ dream, and the Davos dream.
I think that the writer really understands what is happening in the world. However, I affirm that the result will be completely opposite. Their ambition will never be realized. Prime Minister of Greece Tsipras acts dead but he should be ready to rise up when the right time comes. I can’t find deadness in his eyes. We are witnessing the very beginning of destruction of “the dream of international dictatorship by international aristocracy.”

July 4, 2016
Masatoshi Takeshita

Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.

Excerpt from a Japanese article: Creation Design Society – June 4, 2016 –

There Will Probably Be a Second Referendum of Brexit


by Eric Zuesse
Global Research, July 1, 2016


Brexit (British exit from the European Union) would be a ferocious kidney-blow to the international aristocracythe people (and their agents) who own controlling blocs of stock in international corporations, and who control politicians in every country (except Russia and perhaps China), and who especially control international organizations such as the executive body of the EU, which is the European Commission (or “EC”). The EC, the executive power within the EU, is an appointed not elected body; each of its members can be fired, at will, by the President of the EC, who is the real President of the EU, who is himself appointed as a result of deal-making amongst appointees who were selected by deal-making amongst elected politicians from each one of the nations that’s a member-state of the EU.
A career in “public service” at the EU is, essentially, service to the European aristocracy, not to the public.
The President of the EC has enormous power over Europe: he drafts, and the entire EC rubber-stamps, all laws within the EU dictatorship.
British exit from the European Union would therefore constitute a public rejection of this entire system, and a public preference for restoring the given nation’s democracy — it would constitute a public rejection of rule by Europe’s aristocracy.

The British Situation

UK has no written constitution, and so the UK government “wings it” on matters such as determining when a public vote in a referendum (such as Brexit) is actually final.
UK will very likely remain in EU; democracy will probably be irrevocably dead in UK, from that time forward; the major stockholders in international corporations will then rigidly control the country.
As far as other countries in EU are concerned, all of which do have written Constitutions, those Constitutions will become less and less effective over time, as the EU’s international-corporate dictatorship will increasingly take precedence, in the emerging United States of Europe. It will be the Bilderbergers’ dream, the Trilateralists’ dream, the Davos dream: international dictatorship, by the international aristocracy.
The words might superficially sound pleasant, but the outcome will be hell. And here that hell is described regarding U.S. President Barack Obama’s proposed TPP treaty for Pacific nations, which is similar to his proposed TTIP and TISA treaties for Atlantic nations (including Europe): regulations regarding the environment, workers’ rights, and product-safety, will be whatever international corporations want them to be; democracy, the sovereignty of the public, will end.
The attitude of the people in power (the people who control those corporations) is: the world can simply go to hell; I need my profits.
Governments exist to serve investors, not citizens. Citizens have instead become mere subjects, of the aristocracy. It’s a return to feudalism, but in the era of corporations, a body-politic that Benito Mussolini called — and championed as — “corporationism” (or, alternatively, as “fascism”).

The significance of the first Brexit vote is: it was the first instance in modern times when UK citizens formally expressed their opposition to what the UK’s aristocracy desire. However, the outcome of that vote is likely to be the same (though by different means) as was the outcome of the Greek referendum regarding the international aristocracy’s 2015 ‘bailout’ (their euphemism for purchase) of the Greek government. In that case, the 5 July 2015 Greek referendum vote was, by a 61% majority, to reject the sale of the nation’s government. The wikipedia article on that matter closes by noting: “On Monday, 13 July, the Syriza-led government of Greece accepted a bailout package that contains larger pension cuts and tax increases than the one rejected by Greek voters in the referendum.” And that was the end of that.
It’ll probably be basically the same end-result in UK as it was in Greece. People must accept their fate, as subjects. Western history is going full-circle back to feudalism, but in its modern form: ‘peaceful’ fascism.
The message of that, if all of this comes to pass, will be, from the masters: Welcome to the future; it belongs to me and my children, not to you and your children. We own it, you don’t. Just get out of our way, because we’ll get there, by hook or by crook, no matter what you do.

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