June 25, 2016

Brexit risks? “What about all the risks the UK is AVOIDING by leaving?”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

The "experts" on the Remain side of the Brexit vote were predicting doomsday and warning of risks if the UK voted to leave the EU. But what about all the risks the United Kingdom is avoiding if it had stayed?

Risks like more Muslim immigration, and even terrorism?

And hasn't it been cute watching all these leftists suddenly taling about “trade” and “stock markets”? Yeah, they've always cared SO much about free trade and banking.

Then again, that IS who the left are these days, aren't they...?

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commented 2016-06-26 23:02:52 -0400
Canada and the US are already climbing over each other to get a trade deal with Britain. Unbelievable hypocrites. What’s this rumour I hear that Justin announced that Mexicans can now come to Canada without visas. How can he change immigration laws with the wave of his scepter?
commented 2016-06-26 21:08:48 -0400
Yes, Edward and as usual the lefties claim the exit bunch are guilty of fear mongering.
commented 2016-06-26 18:41:07 -0400
It is laughable how the prophets of doom have been crying the sky is falling despite many analysts suggesting the market always overreacts and there will be a bounce back. That makes sense. Hurt feelings aside no sensible business person is going to turn their backs on 63 million customers. Britain has survived much worse than this. The people are tired of having no control over immigration and having to turn to the internet to find out what their leaders and their news agencies aren’t telling them.
commented 2016-06-26 15:03:36 -0400
The Brexit video showed that trade deals are largely an illusory image of government doing something worth while. How else will they be re-elected if they can’t point to some pet project? Trade deals are so complicate and full or conditions that they are cumbersome and usually slow trade down. How has it worked so far for the EU?
commented 2016-06-26 12:59:01 -0400
If Trump gets elected in the fall the UK can maybe negotiate some sweet trade deals with the US….any views on this?
commented 2016-06-26 12:43:11 -0400
The Real problem is my lack of understanding and others lack of understanding of what is going on with the money system. Tell me if I am wrong about how this works and if its actually the cause of the Brexit.

What I think happens is people work, and sell goods, but if you are a small northern community and import more than you export, you end up having a short money supply causing a local recession and job lay offs which reduce your exports more etc.
In a England Europe situation or a Canada USA situation, we have trade deficits but when there is a currency exchange and the ability to lower interest rates, Canada for example can to some degree deal with trade deficit by lowering the value of its dollar and lowering the interest rate so we have more cash flowing and imports are more expensive.
Maybe I am wrong, but what could England do. Did they have a separate currency and interest rate or maybe a equalization formula? We are all taking about these things but who really knows. I have not looked into the details but isn’t it the details that matter when it comes to how the money system of a whole country runs. When I hear nothing from Leaders about these details I think they have no clue as to what is going on and if they do, they don’t want to share the details and have the public informed.

This whole management of the economy means a lot. Specially in Canada when we have a dunce like Justin in charge wanting to increase debt which will increase a continual debt burden of interest on our economy for life, for eternity. If we are going to have a liquid economy and trade, I think we need to be a bit more like Britain and actually care about what is happening to us. It makes me angry that blindfolded equalization is one of the continuing answers we use to balance inter-provincial trade balances collecting from one to give to another where the issue might be a trade deficit with another country not inter-provincial. And increasing the Oil prices so that there is more equalization coming from Alberta for example is not a solution to increasing the money supply because in short order after that they will raise interest rates to curb inflation rather than increase the GST to pay down debt. In fact they would increase the GST and spend it again to create jobs but also causing inflation. There is a careful balance. And I don’t see any proof that the Gov’t has any handle on what is actually going on, or understands it. Maybe I don’t understand, but I wish someone would spell it out so we can expect more from our politicians who have the levers of power to do something about it. Specially for those small communities that suffer because they have no individual equalization plan or a plan created to undo local trade balances which would help keep a healthy money supply in the area and local jobs.
I would love it if the REBEL would take it upon themselves to educate the public on this fundamental part of life. The way the Economy is working. And what is actually happening with Europe, with Canada and with China etc.
commented 2016-06-26 12:27:28 -0400
Wow I wish we had a reply part under posts it would help with the discussion.
commented 2016-06-26 01:00:49 -0400
Correction; meant to say EU not UN.
commented 2016-06-26 00:40:38 -0400
Make no mistake, the only risk of the Brexit vote is the contagion it will cause, this, if you recall is the second referendum which produced a resounding F-you to the UN, Greece had done so also, to the tune of about 70 percent before their ‘far left’ puppet pulled a fast one on his people and not more than days after the vote, capitulated to his masters. Let’s watch what sort of message comes from the Spaniards during their elections a little later on today, stay tuned…more, much more to come.
It is hilarious watching the MSM try to spin this, I particularly love when they harp on the fact that it was the young who overwhelmingly voted to stay, yes, the young, fresh out of their spell of socialist programming within the halls of higher learning. Seems to me the Brits got this right (pun intended) after all, who would you think took more time to think about what an exit would mean, the young or those who have the money, property and the most to lose ?
commented 2016-06-26 00:11:05 -0400
Dam Spell check. Soros
commented 2016-06-26 00:10:19 -0400
Thats right Ezra. Watching solo’s and the Oligarchs grinding their teeth over people wanting to run their own commerce.
commented 2016-06-25 23:14:28 -0400
Ouch! So often Ezra Levant is right on the money with his comments, but here he avoids the obvious.

A majority of the British population voted to leave the European Union because they are… British!

Especially the older set remember full-well their well-deserved pride when Britain was mentioned. There is a culture and an identity that other peoples around the world admire.

Ezra Levant wants to make Britons out as xenophobic racists but the simple truth is that they are proud of who they are.
commented 2016-06-25 21:58:36 -0400
Here is a very good explanation of what is in store and what has happened in the UK Brexit.

Brexit: Aftermath | Paul Joseph Watson and Stefan Molyneux
commented 2016-06-25 21:17:54 -0400
This must be quite a shock for Obama and Justin and all these other Social Justice Warriors that have almost Total control of the Media——- To lose to Democracy and the People.
commented 2016-06-25 20:40:04 -0400
As a Brit,who became a Canadian Citizen in 1968, I am happy with the Brexit win and hope they can get it all together by the time the two year wait period is up.
I foresee a lot of dirty infighting amongst all the political parties and a lot of infighting in individual parties. A new PM has to be selected and a lot of people want to dump Corebyn. On top of this, every remaining EU Country has to agree that it is OK for the UK to leave, at the end of the two year wait

Don’t hold your breath.
commented 2016-06-25 20:38:27 -0400
“Brexit risks? “What about all the risks the UK is AVOIDING by leaving?”

No one wants to talk about that Ezra – the truth is never welcome.
commented 2016-06-25 20:14:10 -0400
Not many people can handle the truth that I see across this entire Nation. I am the founder of the Canadian Majority Party – CMP and I feel the entire weight of a Country on my back when I see all the pain and suffering contained in these comments…I break down in tears as I work day and night trying so hard to get the truth out on my community page Canadian Majority Party – CMP in hopes others will WAKE UP and unite together and reclaim our Country. I pray to God every day for the real truth to be the light that drives a nation to rise up and under the Protection of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Act end the pain and suffering that the hard wording Canadian tax payers live with day and night.
commented 2016-06-25 18:52:50 -0400
The so called stock market ‘calamity’ the MSM is going about ,is nothing more than a little hiccup. However the MSM will spin it like it is another 2008. What a joke . The whole EU,the TPP, Un Arms Treaty and NAFTA as well, needs to be flushed and its architects thrown in jail. What do we expect though, the MSM are the NWO mouth piece puppets.
commented 2016-06-25 18:42:49 -0400
never thought of that ezra now that you mention it, the lefty’s are all concerned about banks and big business. LOL can they be any more full of it. Good for Britain, cut off the free loaders and the uncontrolled Muslim immigration let Europe destroy themselves.
commented 2016-06-25 18:06:21 -0400
only london, scotland and northern ireland voted remain.. oh and the overwhelming vote in scotland and northern ireland amounted to approximately 2 million stay 1.4 million gtfo….not really as overwhelming as portayed..