July 14, 2016

Ray Heard talks post-Brexit UK: “Boris Johnson, in a way, is the civilized Donald Trump”

Brian LilleyArchive

Previously, I spoke with veteran journalist Ray Heard about the Brexit vote. He’s back after spending two weeks in London. His close connections to key people in British political life give us a window into life after the vote that shook the European Union.

Watch as Ray gives us a peek into some of the political intrigue and exciting times unleashed since the monumental Brexit vote and offers his thoughts on how Justin Trudeau should position Canada, if Justin will listen.

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commented 2016-07-16 00:10:02 -0400
What is with Ray Heard ? Twice he suggested that the citizens should not be allowed Referendums , hinting that they are too dumb. Overall the people should be making more decisions through referendums as the Politicians are usually the ignorant ones.
commented 2016-07-14 20:11:45 -0400
It’s good to see intelligence, common sense and national pride in Britain being restored and championed by the likes of Theresa May and Boris Johnson.
God Save the Queen!
Canada?————————God help us.
commented 2016-07-14 14:38:54 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM: 31,336 Attacks, 198,939 Killed,279.301 Injured.
commented 2016-07-14 13:53:57 -0400
Asking Canada’s current PM to be smart, wise or to think would require the Canadian PM to have an intellect! Well anyone with a brain looking at what he has done since being in office knows he just doesn’t have one. After all Justin’s way of balancing the budget is to let it balance itself. I rest my case!
commented 2016-07-14 13:53:55 -0400
The biggest problem against an English speaking union, where Canada is concerned, is of course, Justin Trudeau and his inferior complex in relation to Anglophiles. His endearment to the dogma of Marxism will not make things easier in this endeavor. We must remember, he is his Fathers Son.
commented 2016-07-14 12:31:47 -0400
Whether its Johnston, Trump or Wilders or Farage or Frauke Petry – these guys popularity are more a symbol of the struggling middle class telling the elites that they have done a shitty job of running things and that their arrogant name calling at Brexit populism makes them all the more loathsome to middle class voters.