Today we watched the British people vote to free themselves from the European Union, much to the chagrin of our (((friends))) in the halls of power and high finance. Already across the world Leftists of all stripes are clutching their pearls, bemoaning the fall of Britain to “racist, bigoted Islamophobes” who have dared to seize their own destiny as a nation. Even some of own national commentators are frothing at the mouth with rage that their dream of global Judaeo-Bolshevik Commissarocracy is now an entire country further away from them.
What’s more is that this has triggered a wave of referendum fever to wash over Europe, with many Eurosceptics calling for referendums on their own countries’ continued memberships of the floundering union – France, the Netherlands, Italy, and Denmark are just four such countries. Together with the possibility of a Trump Presidency in the United States, these coming years are looking to be the dying days of Global Leftism, and the rebirth of Nationalism the world over.
But we here Down Under are once again trailing the pack with our decidedly boring double dissolution election – both the Coalition and Labor can only continue their insidious anti-White agendas against us, and the Greens have really stepped up their “dude weed LMAO” rhetoric. Sadly it’s a case of “damned if we do, damned if we don’t” as usual this year, but the happenings of overseas gives hope for genuine change to come. After all, Australia is culturally and politically downstream from the US and Europe – what happens over there will eventually show itself here. So pucker up, those of us who aren’t too optimistic of our nation’s fortunes – as US President John F. Kennedy once said:
"Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future."
Our situation has been bleak, it certainly looks bleak now, but I’m sure we have a very interesting future ahead of us.