Saturday, June 25, 2016

Ugly Globalist Scorns Brexit

The world’s master planners are in a panic after Britons voted to liberate themselves from nameless, faceless bureaucrats in a distant, foreign capital.  So-called leaders of the free world are aghast that plebeians raised their pitchforks and torches and stormed to the polls demanding their sovereignty back.  Who in the hell do these people think they are?  Well if you’re a bumbling boob like Joe Biden, this is nothing more than a temper tantrum.  Here is what an ugly globalist had to say about Brexit.

"We preferred a different outcome. And I imagine many of you here felt the same way," Biden said at Trinity College in Dublin." I want to assure all of you in this room that America’s special bond with the United Kingdom runs deep, and it will endure. And our relationship with Ireland and the European Union will remain the cornerstone of our global engagement."

Later Friday, VP Joe Biden sharpened his blades a bit and began hacking away at Brexit voters, calling them racists, bigots, xenophobes -- the usual suspects. 

"We see it in Europe and around the world," Biden said. "And we see it today in the United States, where some politicians find it convenient to scapegoat immigrants instead of welcoming them, play to our fears rather than appeal to our better natures, divide us based on religion or ethnicity rather than unite us in our common humanity, and build walls between nations when we should be building bridges among us."

"In the face of rising xenophobia, we must remember the dreams of our ancestors who left everything to board ships that for many became coffins. Or how many great-grandparents, and grandparents made it, but were turned away from a job and decent life."

We have a vice president of the United States lecturing people on nationalism?  Does he realize he’s a representative of a nation-state?  Is he completely clueless that borders, language and culture define a nation?

Joe Biden is obviously a lapdog for the globalist and has no business representing the interest of the American people.  As a matter of fact, Americans should contemplate their own exit strategy from Washington D.C.


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