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If Clinton wins, she will accelerate the globalisation of the world economy

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 0:22
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Farage warns of the steps being taken towards globalisation.  Trump is the only chance of throwing a monkey wrench into the process.  Or spanner in the works if you’re speaking English English.  If elected, Clinton will take every chance she gets to destroy nations and nation-states, including the US.

The day of the Brexit vote, says Farage, polls were saying Remain had a 10% lead.  Yet Remain lost.  The polls are push polls.  They’re not measuring.  They’re creating expectations, trying to encourage the vote they want, and discourage the vote they don’t want.

Trump lost the first debate but totally dominated the second debate.  In the third in Vegas he’ll be looking for a knock-out blow.

After November 8th, US politics will never be the same.  Trump is effectively an independent and wants to overthrow the establishment.  If Clinton wins, that overthrow will be delayed.

Blair debased the British election system by massively extending postal voting.  The US is now worried about large scale vote rigging.  Next big campaign from Farage will be to abolish postal voting and bring back honest elections in Britain, same as the French.

Some of the climate change stuff is mad, wrecking our manufacturing industries.  Through the new forms of global government, the multinationals get to write their own rules, screening out smaller competitors.  We don’t have capitalism.  We have global corporatism.  It’s making it impossible for any entrepreneur to break into supplying the market.  Things like health care just get ludicrously expensive.  Yet small businesses create real wealth and raise living standards, yet they are being stifled.  Britain after Brexit can move back towards a genuine capitalist system.  Brexit will take two or three years to sort out, then we can get working on making our economy work properly.

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