I have to admit to experiencing a fair amount of glee over the resignation of David Cameron. Although just a lackey for transnationalist agenda that wishes to control all of the information in human existence he became its face for me, when he made this power-mad and despicable address at the UN in September 2014.
Two months later, Google changed its Terms of Service and put many great independent journalists out of business, such as StormCloudsGathering, who rarely posts anymore. My business was decimated. I’m barely surviving on the fumes of a small business loan, having moved now into a hole in the wall, next to a toxic power plant, while overhauling my website once again. I’ve made every mistake imaginable and burned through two developers over the past year, who did nothing to help me make my website a viable business again and everything to separate me from what money I had, each stringing me on and disappearing for weeks at a time. It’s been a Hell of a year. I discovered last week that I’d developed Stage 2 Hypertension, at risk for a stroke and organ damage, with no personal history of high blood pressure and none in my family.
Thankfully, I feel I’m finally on my way to a bright future, unless the Deep State decides to do WWIII anytime soon – in which case, that will be everybody’s problem and we’ll all be in it, together!
As for Brexit and the future of Britain, God only knows. The Old Sod is suddenly in disarray, with Scotland and Northern Ireland largely having chosen to remain in the EU, the former announcing plans for a new referendum to secede from the United Kingdom and Ireland’s Sinn Fein calling for a reunification with Northern Ireland.
The unexpected resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron has left no clear front-runners.
Former London Mayor and classic British eccentric, Boris Johnson has been an important proponent of the Brexit campaign and is considered to be a contender for the post of Britain’s next Prime Minister. However, his Benny Hill-like self-caricature and general buffoonery, his lack of foreign policy experience, particularly at a time when Britain will revert to being a foreign country in relation to the EU might hurt his chances.
It’s fun to dream that populism may have started to get the Globalists on the run and that it may yet culminate in the smashing of centralism. So for now, I’ll agree with James Corbett here, that we might “take one moment, if we can, just once, to bask in the good news – and there could not be better news than this” – Cameron’s resignation speech.