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So Britain has spoken - we wish to leave the European Union

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Are we going to see our Lithuanian friends removed from their homes in the middle of the night? If you are an immigrant, are you not going to be sent back to your country at gunpoint? There is something far greater, and far more sinister going on behind the scenes. And it all comes down to a simple definition: What exactly is the European Union? The EU is not what you think it is...

Please don't fret. We are not going to see our Lithuanian friends removed from their homes in the middle of the night. If you are an immigrant, I promise you are not going to be sent back to your country at gunpoint.

We all know that there is something far greater, and far more sinister going on behind the scenes. And it all comes down to a simple definition:

What exactly is the European Union?

Let me assure you, the EU is not what you think it is. It is not a group of countries agreeing on freedom of trade and easy travel, feeding each other cheap chocolate and pizza. Britain can (and will) enjoy those benefits without being a member of the EU.

No, the real game is being played behind the scenes.

First and foremost, the EU is a banking union. The European Central Bank was created by the banks, for the banks. Most people, especially economists, are not taught the finer points of how banking works. It just so happens that I have studied it – in great detail.

I spent five years researching the legal and banking system. I then proceeded to form a non-profit organisation with 150,000 members and took the entire banking system to Court. This was a vain attempt to expose the monumental flaws in the system. The knowledge I gained from this experience, coupled with the stress, nearly ended me. But boy do I now know how the shadow game is played!

For example, have you ever heard of the Bank of International Settlements, located in Basel Switzerland? Probably not. It is the Central Bank of all Central banks and the European Central Bank is a member. You probably also didn’t know that the European Central Bank has been creating 80 billion Euros a month out of thin air, just to keep the European banking system alive.

What you really need to know is this: The EU is all about global banking interests.

Regardless of how you feel about today’s result, please know this: Britain has just given the banking system a monumental kick up the bum. Sadly, this good deed may punish us in the short term. In the long term, it actually may have saved the world. Maybe.

People of Britain, we are a multi-national country of all races and cultures. This is a beautiful thing! Let us take this opportunity to create a real European Union. And this time, let’s do it for the people, not the banks.

Scott Cundill

SCOTT CUNDILL
CEO
www.scottcundill.com

 
 
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