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ongoing populist revolt that as well be talking about on today’s video. This is your first time here a very warm welcome to you I post two videos a day analyzing current events in light of conservative trends. So let me encourage you to smack that Bell and subscribe button we are on our way to a hundred thousand subscribers and it’d be an absolute privilege to have you as one of them all right self if you’re among the tens of millions of Brits who are absolutely livid at Theresa mais bundling of the braixen. I think you’ll be encouraged by a fine article that I came across, written by the political scholar Matthew Goodwin on the dynamics that led up to the successful Brexit campaign, which he believes in many respects are just getting started in many ways. Brexit is just.
The Latest Event To Evidence A Groundswell Popular
sentiment that has yet to reach its limits in Britain. At present. I mean in relation to PRime Minister May’s incompetence and the sympathetic reactions of remainders. What concerns good? When is the level of denial that remainders have been willing to embrace over the whole Brexit event, which is most explicitly manifesting their utter unwillingness to even look at the enormous amount of evidence that we now have for why people actually voted for Brexit. In other words, opponents of Brexit appear rather fixated on overturning or at the very least discrediting the results of the Brexit referendum by focusing exclusively on the short term factors behind it like you know constantly pointing to the supposed misinformation campaigns undertaken by proponents of Brexit that manipulated people and things like that I mean forget the fact that Pro Brexit tears were hardly.
Alone In Making What Some Might Consider
exaggerated claims remember it was Prime Minister David Cameron, who campaigned vigorously against Brexit and who resigned in protest of its passage. Remember he claimed that Brexit might in fact trigger World War 3 remember how London‘s economic elite all claimed that the passage of Brexit would initiate an economic Armageddon even the UK President Barack Obama inserted himself in the midst of all this running around Britain warning of the dire consequences if Brexit succeeded regardless and focusing on these rather mundane short-term explanations. Remainders are simply ignoring the fact that Brexit is but one factor even a very visible and decisive factor, but merely one indicator of much larger processes that have been brewing underneath the surface of British society for years if not decades perhaps even centuries and these processes actually parallel wider processes going on in other parts of. World that provide a fully rational explanation for why Brexit passed? Goodwin argues that remainders continue to ignore the plethora of evidence that we now have for why Brexit succeeded and he laments the fact that it appears that they have no intention of even trying to understand it Brexit as far as circuits are as the remainder is concerned it just needs to be opposed rather than understood, but that ignorant will do nothing to stop this massive surge in populist sentiment not merely among the British, but indeed going on presently in populations throughout the world. Now Goodwin observes that this closed ear tantrum among liberals is probably to be expected after all Brexit really representative if you think it through it really represented the first time liber elites in Britain, those who advocated double liberalism of the liberal economy, along with liberal immigration policies, Brexit really was.
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The First Time Theyd Full-Blown Lost
talk to any brett and they’ll tell you that up to this point liberals have basically gotten everything they ever wanted everything they could ever dream of. They got businesses got cheap labour and laid the Labour Party got cheap votes. Everybody was happy. So really Brexit was obviously just an irrational backlash among the dregs of society. Don’t really realise just how good they’ve got it right over and over again.
Youre Hearing About The Angry White Men
whose bigotry and longing for the good old days When racism ran supreme, they get there one last hurrah before they die out thank God or if you think about it, you’ll hear the UK is just too complicated for the average Brit to understand I mean after all, we are talking about a very sophisticated technically comprised transnational institutions and protocols what some limey. To contribute to that Goodwin lists out quite compellingly all of these excuses and smears that he’s heard as a rather Pro-populist academic in a thoroughly liberal academic setting and it’s really sad and he said as much what’s so ironic is that these liberal elites will speak so disparagingly about the mass population at one side of their mouth and then wonder out loud why it is that the mass population no longer listens to them and trust them. Here is what the evidence really shows. Despite all of this dismissive Slander. Brexit was actually supported by a broad and diverse coalition of voters, among which Goodwin lists large numbers of affluent voters, one in three black and ethnic minority voters almost half of 25 to 49-year-olds, one in two women, one in four graduates and forty percent of voters in the Greater London area Brexit.
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towns, but it also won majority support and highly ethnically diverse areas like Birmingham and Slow and these people hardly made a rash decision influenced by all the supposed fake news Misinformation Koga Britain’s National Centre for Social Research found that over 50% of Britain’s population supported leaving the UK or at least radically altering the UK for the last 20 years. This wasn’t an eleventh-hour decision. People have been unhappy with the UK long before the 2008 financial crisis long before the 2015 migration crisis. If anything those were just straws that broke the proverbial camel‘s back brexit was decades in the making which of course is a truth that’s rather uncomfortable for liberal globalists to hear moreover, Goodwin points out that for centuries a sense of has developed that has understood itself in contrast to a sense of European Asst. While liberal media pundits could write and say The Guardian that we need to be celebrate the fact that we’re all just one European people under one transnational government.
These Elites Were Speaking In Stark
contrast to the sentiments of the vast majority of the British population when asked how they thought of their identity as British or European. Over the course of a number of surveys between 1992 and 2016, over 60 percent of Brits answered the question by saying they thought of themselves as British, Only only six percent identified themselves as European. This is a consistent finding over fourteen-year period. Now Goodwin notes to that while it’s true that back in 1975 a majority of British voters endorsed the notion of joining the European Union. He argues that this was much more rooted in economic pragmatism rather than a sense of existential attachment to Europe There.
Was Really No Desire To Go Beyond
an economic arrangement so some scholars at the time noted British support for joining the UK was very wide, but it was never deep and we see this consistently reflected in the polls. Between 1992 and 2015 an average of 52% of people either wanted to leave the UK or have its powers significantly reduced keep in mind brexit pass by well what do you know 52 percent of the vote and then to make matters even worse starting with Tony Blair but certainly extending way beyond his tenure. Britain’s political elites opened up the nation to an unprecedented level of immigration between the years of 1991 1995. The annual average level of net migration that is those coming in-those leaving surround 37,000. Between 2000 to 2016 it averaged in astonishing 260,000.
This Of Course Provoked A Massive Concern
over the. The demographic changes and transformations of communities that were happening quite literally overnight throughout Britain keep in mind immigration concerns were already in an all-time high in 2007. This massive increase just poured oil on the fire as it were long before there was a brexit campaign more than half of the British population felt that the UK and particularly its migration system was undermining British identity and then when you add the threats of terrorism into this. Furthermore, when citizens expressed their deeply held concerns over all of this, they were at best ignored by their political and media and education elite and at worse they were slandered as being xenophobic, racist and white supremacist. There was thus a growing alienation between the populace and the ruling elite and again.
We See This In The Evidence
surrounding the Brexit vote Research has found that nearly two million Brits who had not voted in the 2015 general election because they basically gave up. They came out and voted for the Brexit referendum two million that’s an astonishing number disenfranchised to believe the Brexit was finally an opportunity to have their voice heard. All of this is to say that the fundamentals all pointed to the makings of a successful brexit referendum of 2016. It’s a fascinating article.
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I’ll link it down below for you for your reference but bottom line. Britain is indeed experiencing a massive populist revolt that’s been brewing for decades. Brexit was but one way of expressing that revolt but will emphatically not be the last as always please like comment and subscribe check out our new online merchandise selection where you can.
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The latest event to evidence a groundswell popular sentiment that has yet to reach its limits in Britain . In other words, opponents of Brexit appear rather fixated on overturning or at the very least discrediting the results of the referendum by focusing exclusively on the short term factors behind it . I think you’ll be encouraged by a fine article that I came across, written by the political scholar Matthew Goodwin on the dynamics that led up to the successful Brexit campaign, which he believes in many respects are just getting started in many ways . He says: “When is the level of denial that remainders have been willing to embrace over the whole Brexit event, which is most explicitly manifesting their utter unwillingness to even look at the enormous amount of evidence that we now have for why people actually voted for Brexit?” he writes . The video is available on iReport.com/Endwatch: The Endwatch is on the way to a hundred thousand subscribers and it’d be an absolute privilege to have…. Click here to read more and watch the full video