By Roger Mallett
As I cast my mind back to the days and weeks leading up to the UK/EU referendum, I am reminded by the myriad of claims, counter- claims and contradictions which emanated from just about every mainstream media outlet. The BBC et al, having their own agendas attempting to manipulate the electorate to vote remain. So when the votes were cast and the decision to free ourselves from the dictatorship shackles was made, some felt that the deflated remain campaign had drifted into an abyss of solitude, but of course that is not the case.
The people`s vote campaign has been formed out of the official remain campaign with the same elite organisers including billionaire George Soros.
According to The Times newspaper, he has reportedly donated more than £700,000 to the `Best for Britain` anti Brexit group. Soros maintains that another referendum “would be good for Britain but would also render Europe a great service by rescinding Brexit and not creating a hard-to-fill hole in the European budget”.
The Brexit negotiations have reached an impasse. Theresa May is at loggerheads not just with Brussels, but with many of her own party, and a second referendum would solve nothing except widen the already volatile divisions within our vulnerable society.
The current UKIP leader Gerard Batten has made the following statement: “Britain’s real exit from the EU is being delayed and is in danger of being betrayed altogether. The great danger is that the Government will negotiate a Withdrawal Agreement whereby we leave in name but not in reality. We could find ourselves in the position whereby we continue to pay the EU billions of pounds, obey most of their laws, and continue under the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the EU”.
So what about the long term prospects, and is Brexit really that relevant?
This is massive. The UN describes Agenda 21 as follows: “Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organisations of the United Nations System, Government, and major groups, in every area in which humans have impact on the environment”. Although the language used in the original 300+ page report is vague and open to interpretation, as well as possible deniability, the intentions in certain sections are clear: Depopulation to lessen environmental impact and stop overpopulation leading to instability. The UN plot to depopulate 95% of the world by 2030.
Here are three main objectives under the UN Sustainable Development Agenda :
- 1] The abolition of private property: “It is not enough to preserve the road-less, undeveloped country remaining. We must.. move out the cars and civilised people, dismantle the roads and dams, reclaim the ploughed land and reintroduce extirpated species”. Ultimately, the aim is for the Government to own all land.
- 2] Global citizenship education programme: The UN has set important organisations together to `train` our children as global citizens [which has been happening for years and continues to do so, although many would deny that this is the case].
- 3] Global control and massive population reduction: “The current decline in population growth rates must be further promoted through national and international policies that promote economic development, social development, environmental protection, and poverty eradication”. Taken from The UN document S/19-2. For the further implementation of Agenda 21.
There is no doubt that a comprehensive futuristic plan is in place to exert control over every aspect of human life and to ensure maximum conformity is followed. So while we are currently bombarded with mainstream media Brexit BS, any prospect of `independence` must be questioned and it is possible that Brexit, whatever the outcome, may be cast into political oblivion.