Free people, take note. It's taken our mother country to go through it to now understand. June 23rd marks a new Independence Day for England...
"Honesty, decency and belief in nation I think now is going to win!" ~ Nigel Farage
"Honesty, decency and belief in nation I think now is going to win," @Nigel_Farage says https://t.co/K6pbNn362q https://t.co/TUAd5RlKT4— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) June 24, 2016
...and Cameron steps down...Cheers!England: Leave— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) June 24, 2016
N Ireland: Remain
What now for "United Kingdom"https://t.co/UjmmdHvyNP pic.twitter.com/9zF0Wc9Ie8
Britain Prime Minister David Cameron announced Friday morning that he plans on stepping down from his position after the country voted to leave the European Union. Cameron said a new prime minister would be in place by the Conservative Party Conference, which begins October 2. ~ Bret Baier
As the English lead the way out of indebted and devalued EU entanglement and degraded rule, the question begs who's next?- UK votes to exit EU— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) June 24, 2016
- David Cameron to quit
- Markets plunge #EURefResults https://t.co/kfp0hdIFp7 https://t.co/1CqaO8EkTc
“The British people have spoken clearly: They choose to leave the European Union. The results of the ‘Brexit’ referendum should serve as a wake-up call for internationalist bureaucrats from Brussels to Washington, D.C. that some free nations still wish to preserve their national sovereignty. The British people have indicated that they will no longer outsource their future to the EU, and prefer to chart their own path forward. The United States can learn from the referendum and attend to the issues of security, immigration and economic autonomy that drove this historic vote. In addition, we should treat the ‘Brexit’ as an opportunity to forge a closer partnership with our historic friend and ally, including immediately starting negotiations for a targeted US-UK free trade agreement.” ~ Ted CruzRelated link: NIGEL FARAGE: IT’S INDEPENDENCE DAY
ADDENDUM: Hey, if it gets bad enough here...something to consider...it's happened before!
Although, I'd still rather see a Convention of the States put the federal government in its place first!
Related link: Mark Levin: The problems that led to Brexit are nothing like what's going on in U.S. - Nigel Farage