The UK is undergoing a massive social, demographic, cultural, and economic collapse right now, and part of that is due to the European Union. For the short time the UK has been a part of the EU, it has become the subject of the EU’s twisted immigration experiment more than it ever wanted to be all the while subjecting itself to a series of increasingly tyrannical laws led by none other than the German government. Most Britons are very unhappy with the EU and want out. However, as the UK Express has pointed out, most of their MPs have already decided to stay in the EU in spite of the open, massive, and blatant opposition of their constituents.
This is why there is going to be another massive war in Europe, including in the UK. As a part of the spiritual, moral, intellectual, and cultural collapse of the continent, the governments have been forced to resort to more clever, repressive means of keeping their populations under control while they do whatever they want. At this point, the governments do not even pretend to listen at all to their own people- they just act first and even brag about their intentions while many more people continue to suffer and are unhappy.
This cannot continue forever. Either Britain will collapse into a third-world cesspool, or there will be a violent reaction against this oppression which will end in massacres. In other words, there will be more than a few guillotine makers who may become very wealthy once the average Briton begins to take out his anger on the politicians who sold Britain to foreign and Muslim interests, not to mention the Muslims as well…
From the UK Express:
At least one MP in four is at odds with their own voters over whether Britain should leave the EU, new analysis reveals. Research for The Times Red Boxshows that about 28 per cent (180 MPs) are set to vote against the tide of opinion among their constituents.
Scores of MPs have declared that they will vote to keep Britain in the EU, even though most of their constituents are expected to back Brexit.
“We learn from history that we do not learn from history.” -Hegel