Tag Archives: brexit

For Britain ‘soft Brexit’ is the worst of all worlds

By Alexander Mercouris | The Duran One inevitable consequence of the British general election is that the unexpectedly strong showing of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party has brought encouragement to those in Britain who claim to want ‘soft Brexit’ but who in reality want no Brexit at all. To be clear, there is no possibility of […]

The Anti-Capitalist Left Is Back

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture The ability of British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to deny Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May a parliamentary majority in the general election provides proof that the anti-capitalist left is on a comeback. Corbyn was successful in targeting several Conservative- and Scottish National Party-held seats, picking up 30 seats […]

DUP want Farage involved in Brexit negotiations

By Westmonster Farage’s communications advisor, Dan Jukes, added further fuel to the fire by tweeting an from the Sunday Times which says that it is the DUP themselves who could put pressure on Theresa May to bring him into the fold to alleviate the fears of Brexiteers who rightly feel the issue they campaigned so hard […]

Brexit, Trump & Europe Independent

By Matthew Jamison | Strategic Culture Over the course of the weekend while campaigning in southern Germany, Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, made quite a telling remark which illuminated the changing geopolitical reality of what has been called historically The West. The Chancellor on the stump in Munich ahead of September’s Federal German elections indicated […]

Brexit Britain on the Brink

By Matthew Jamison | Strategic Culture With the formal beginning of the UK General Election with the dissolution of Parliament, the British Prime Minister, Theresa May stood on the steps of 10 Downing Street and started milking the nationalistic fervour of Brexit for all it was worth. Mrs. May declared that Brussels was attempting to  «interfere» with the British General […]

Has the Globalist Establishment Defeated the Populist-Nationalist Revolt?

By James George Jatra | Strategic Culture Last year, when the people of the United Kingdom voted in favor of leaving the European Union, the Establishment in Europe and the United States was stunned. All the polls had predicted a win for the Remain camp. Everyone who counted, including Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, made […]

Trump to Revive US-EU Trade Deal

By Alex Gorka | Strategic Culture President Trump is very flexible when it comes to foreign policy. He promised to stay away from overseas military adventures but seized limelight with his cruise missile strikes against Syria. He said the North Atlantic Alliance was obsolete and not needed. Now he says «I said it was obsolete. It’s no […]

The Sovereigntist Movement Is Not Going Anywhere

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture It almost appears oxymoronic that national sovereignty movements are now global in nature. And to the dismay of globalists who gather at annual elitist and secretive meetings sponsored by the Bilderberg Group, the World Economic Forum, the Ambrosetti Forum, and the Bohemian Club to bemoan the growth of populist […]

Britain to have first post-Brexit general election in June

By Adam Garrie | The Duran The move has surprised many observers as the next election was not to occur until 2020. British Prime Minister Theresa May has surprised many by calling for a general election to be held on the 8 of June. After the Brexit vote in June of last year, many immediately […]

Brexit Fallout: Spain Sends in Gunship After British PM Threatens War Over Gibraltar

By Claire Bernish | The Free Thought Project A Spanish ship illegally encroached on Gibraltar’s territorial waters Tuesday, amid rapidly deteriorating relations with the U.K. following Prime Minister Theresa May’s signing of Article 50 to launch the fraught exit from the European Union. Upon the illegal foray into the British Overseas Territory’s sovereign waters — […]

On “Brexit Day” both Remain and Leave cling to their illusions

By Alexander Mercouris | The Duran Remain supporters remain deluded both about the EU and the possibility of preventing Brexit; Leave supporters remain oblivious to Britain’s diminished place in the world. On what is already being called in Britain “Brexit Day”, both the opponents and the supporters of Brexit are restating their positions.  Since both […]

Scotland to have new independence vote

By Adam Garrie | The Duran The move arises due to Scottish opposition to Brexit. Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has detailed her intention to hold a referendum on Scottish independence. Although a referendum on Scottish independence was held in 2014 which was narrowly won by the ‘remain in UK’ side. However, with Scottish people […]

Cash No Longer King: Europe Moves to Begin Elimination of Paper Money

By Shaun Bradley | The Anti Media In the shadow of Donald Trump’s spree of controversial actions, the European commission has quietly launched the next offensive in the war on cash. These unelected bureaucrats have boldly asserted their intention to crack down on paper transactions across the E.U. and solidify a trend that has been […]

Brexit break. UK Supreme Court says Parliament must vote on exit from EU

BY Alex Christoforou | The Duran The UK Supreme Court has ruled that Parliament must vote on whether the government can start the Brexit process. Brexit will have to wait. The UK Supreme Court has ruled that Parliament must vote on whether the United Kingdom can leave the EU. In short, the judgement means UK […]

In Stunning Pair Of Interviews, Trump Slams NATO And EU, Threatens BMW With Tax; Prepared To “Cut Ties” With Merkel

By Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge In two separate, and quite striking, interviews with Germany’s Bild (paywall) and London’s Sunday Times (paywall), Donald Trump did what he failed to do in his first US press conference, and covered an extensive amount of policy and strategy, much of which however will likely please neither the pundits, […]

2016 Year In Review

The Infowars crew sits down and goes over all the biggest stories from 2016, a year that will live in infamy.

2016 Ended: Saying Goodbye To A Roller-Coaster Year

By Andrei Akulov | Strategic Culture The year 2016 was a time of numerous major events providing no clue to what the world will be like in the 21st century. It could be anything – from plunging into devastating wars and economic downturns to unheard of prosperity and stability leaving the present turmoil in the past. […]

The Targeting of Conspiracy Research

The War Between Globalists and Populists

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture As much as the pro-globalism pundits and opinion makers, many of whom masquerade as journalists, hate to admit it, the neo-Cold War nurtured by Barack Obama, Francois Hollande, David Cameron, Angela Merkel, and Matteo Renzi – is now over. The new war is between the forces of globalism and […]

The march to GLEXIT – Globalization Exit

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture The world, through the ballot box, is speaking out. From the British «Yes» vote on BREXIT – the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union – to the election of the anti-globalization Donald Trump as president of the United States, the world is speaking out against the homogenization of […]