THOUSANDS of patriots are expected to gather in London later today to celebrate the historic victory for the forgotten people on June 23rd 2016 when 17.4m Brits voted to leave the European Union.
Patriots will march from Victoria Station to Millbank where they will hear speeches from a variety of speakers including Gerard Batten MEP, the leader of UKIP.
Britons marching tomorrow will have double cause to celebrate as the hated EU appears to be crumbling. Angela Merkel, Germany’s Chancellor, is struggling to hold off a revolt by the Christian Social Union, which is under intense electoral pressure from the eurosceptic Alternative For Germany in its traditional stronghold of Bavaria, over her unpopular immigration policies. Germany’s Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who is a member of the CSU, has given the Chancellor a two-week deadline to solve the country’s migrant crisis and pursue a more hard-line, sending migrants away at the border, breaching the EU’s rules.
An emergency summit will be held on Sunday to discuss the crisis as Eurocrats scramble to stave off a revolt in the heartland of Eurofederalism. However, proceedings have not got off to an auspicious start as African nations appear to have vetoed suggestions screening centres could be placed on African soil and Italy’s new Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte said he will refuse to sign any joint statement with the EU about how to tackle the crisis and he will be insisting that Italy’s concerns are addressed.
It has been reported tonight that the German Social Democrats are beginning preparations for an early election. Meanwhile, in Sweden, where there will be an election on September 9th, the Swedish Democrats are posting their strongest ever polling numbers as Swedes, whose country has been torn apart by immigrant-related crime, reject both the ruling centre-left parties and centre-right opposition parties. Sexual assaults linked to immigrant gangs have become so prevalent at music festivals that the largest has decided to shut down permanently. Dagens Nyheter reported that the ruling Social Democrats have never recorded such low numbers since it began the IPSOS series in 1979.
It is quite clear that the populist revolt sparked by Brexit has lit a flame right across the European continent that has struck right at the heart of the EU. Events in Germany could be especially decisive. I simply do not see how the EU could survive a significant AfD advance in early German elections. Even if they were excluded from a government it would send the clearest signal that even right at its core the EU project is being totally rejected by the peoples of Europe. The next few months could see the end of the EU as we know it and that, along with Britain’s freedom, is surely something worth celebrating?