The Anti-Brexit Conspiracy, by Srdja Trifkovic.
The outcome of the United Kingdom’s EU referendum on June 23 stunned the London-based elite class. It laid bare the deep chasm between Britain’s political and media machine and the alienated, angry and disillusioned majority of “left-behind” citizens.
Thanks to David Cameron’s miscalculation, hoi polloi used the opportunity to express their abiding dislike not only of the European Union and all its works, but also of the postnational, metropolitan elite class which dominates the political process and media discourse in Britain (as it does in every major Western country). That class was overwhelmingly pro-EU, not least because close to a million of its members have cottages in Languedoc, villas in Umbria etc. …
The elite class does not accept defeat, however, because it subscribes to the Bolshevik principle that the march of progressive humanity — of which it is the avant-garde — cannot be stopped by a mere exercise in “democracy.”
Former Prime Minister Tony, a posthuman Briton par excellence, thus moans that the 48 per cent who voted to remain feel “disenfranchised.” He and his ilk all across the political spectrum are absolutely livid that yobs, racists and semiliterates from crappy northern towns have dared defy their wisdom, and horrified by the fact (that idiot Cameron!) that the Untermensch scum were given an opportunity to do so in the first place. That mistake must be rectified. …
The guardians of the EU venture are saying that there will be no chain reaction, but they cannot prevent it. Most importantly, “the New European Person” — multicultural, ultratolerant, genderless — has joined “the New Soviet Man” on the ash heap of history.
But the coalition of multicultural fanatics, postnational technocrats, neo-Marxists and crooks who run the EU will be loath to risk another defeat. They will try to prevent any further referenda, but their capacity to control the narrative is gone. Euroskepticism, with its attendant themes of preventing population replacement and recovering sovereign statehood, has been legitimized. Marine Le Pen, Geert Wilders, Heinz-Christian Strache, and others of similar persuasion have been dealt a powerful hand by British voters.
hat-tip Stephen Neil