Brexit Vote Passes! Here's How Alt-Market Called It When No One Else Did

Yes, in case you fell asleep before the votes were tallied, the UK referendum has passed and global markets are currently in a freefall we have not seen since 2008.  In this case, I'm going to have to trumpet my successful call here.  For all the general flak I received in emails for my predictions of a Brexit passage including in my article 'Brexit: Global Trigger Event, Fake Out Or Something Else' which was published during the height of the polling disinformation frenzy, I think it is important to explain how I was able to discern how the vote was likely to turn out when no one else did.

Also, if there were other analysts that did predict a Brexit win and I am overlooking them, please list their names and where they made those predictions in the comments below so that we can give them their due credit.

Here's why the vast majority of analysts were caught with their pants down on the UK referendum:

1) They assumed that the Brexit will hurt globalists - In the article linked above, I outlined why the Brexit actually aids international financiers and central banks by creating a scapegoat for a market crash that was ALREADY going to happen.  Rather than re-explaining my position, here is a large portion of quotations from that article:

I believe the Brexit vote may be allowed to succeed, here’s why…

1) Elites including George Soros have suddenly decided to dive into the market to place bets on the negative side. Dumping large portions of their stock holdings, shorting equities and buying up gold and gold mining shares. Soros has been preparing his portfolio for a successful Brexit vote while at the same time publicly warning of the supposed dire consequences if the referendum passes.  The last time Soros put this much capital into the markets was in 2007, just before the crash of 2008.

2) The IMF and the BIS have been warning since late 2015 (for six to eight months) that a global economic downturn is on the way in 2016. We saw considerable volatility at the beginning of this year, and markets are due for another shock. The last time the BIS and IMF were so adamant about an impending crash was in late 2007, just before the 2008 market plunge.

3) While the Federal Reserve has not yet implemented a second rate hike (I still believe they could use a rate hike this year to stab markets in the back if necessary), Janet Yellen pulled a maneuver which was almost as upsetting to investors. After the Fed policy meeting last week, markets were moderately exuberant and stocks were rising, then, Yellen opened her mouth and blamed the Brexit for the rate hike delay

Here is what the Fed has done: By delaying the second hike for another month, and then blaming the Brexit vote as a primary reason, they have created a bit of a paradox. If the Brexit vote passes, the Fed is asserting that they may not hike rates for a while, giving market investors the impression that the global economic recovery is not all that it is cracked up to be. If the Brexit vote fails, then the Fed MUST hike rates in July, otherwise, they lose all credibility. I believe Yellen’s claim that the Brexit vote was the cause of the hike delay was highly deliberate. It has triggered what may become a growing firestorm in equities and commodities.

From the point of view of investors, if the Brexit passes, then all hell breaks loose. If the Brexit fails, then the Fed will hike rates and once again, all hell breaks loose. Or, the Fed refuses to hike rates even though its number one scapegoat is out of the picture, it loses all credibility, and all hell breaks loose.

It’s a lose/lose/lose scenario for the investment world, which is probably why global markets plunged after Yellen’s remarks. Investors have been relying on the predictability of central bank intervention for so long that now when ANY uncertainty arises, they run for the hedges.

The Fed decision to blame the Brexit for their rate hike delay could indicate foreknowledge of a successful Brexit vote.

4) The recent murder of British lawmaker Jo Cox is perhaps the weirdest piece in the puzzle of the Brexit. For one thing, it makes no sense for a pro-Brexit nationalist (Thomas Mair) to attack and kill a pro-EU lawmaker when the polls for the “Leave” group were clearly ahead. One could simply argue that the guy was nuts, but I’m rather suspicious of “lone gunman,” and his insanity has yet to be proven.  I see no reason for this man, insane or not, to be angry enough to kill while the Brexit side was winning in all the polls.

If someone was using him as a weapon only to discredit the Brexit vote or sway the public towards staying in the EU, you would think that they would have initiated the murder closer to the day of the referendum when it would have the most effect. The information flooded public has days to digest new data and forget Jo Cox.

My theory? Thomas Mair has handlers or he is just a mentally disturbed patsy, and his purpose is indeed to paint the Brexit movement as “angry” or crazy. But this does not necessarily mean the intent behind the assassination of Jo Cox was to break the back of the Brexit movement. Rather, the goal may only be to perpetuate a longer term narrative that conservatives in general are a destructive element of society. We kill, we’re racists, we have an archaic mindset that prevents “progress,” we divide supranational unions, we even destroy global economies. We’re storybook monsters.

Even the cultural Marxists at the Southern Poverty Law Center somehow produced documents allegedly linking Mair (a veritable unknown) to Neo-Nazi groups in 1999. Wherever the SPLC is involved, the official story is always skewed.

The murder of Jo Cox has had a minimal effect on Brexit polling numbers.  In the end, the elites may find Thomas Mair more useful as a mascot for the Brexit AFTER the vote, rather than before the vote.

So now the Brexit movement, which is conservative in spirit, is labeled a “divisive” and “hateful group”, and if the referendum is triumphant, they will also be called economic saboteurs.

I thoroughly agree that the internationalists do not usually allow economic developments of a global nature to occur if those events are damaging to their base of power.  The problem is, Brexit is not damaging to their base of power in the long run.  In fact, the elites are aided by the Brexit because now they have British pro-sovereigns and the principle of sovereignty itself to blame for a market crash that they have actually been engineering for years.

2) They Believed The Polling Numbers - I take polling numbers into account at times but they are ultimately meaningless when you are dealing with global economic events.  As I point out above, such events are thoroughly played by internationalists.  What people should have been looking at instead of skewed polling numbers was the behavior of elites prior to the vote.  George Soros' latest market bets were clearly on a crash (I'm sure he just raked in a handsome profit), and central bankers from around the world congregated at the Bank for International Settlements in preparation for the vote.  Janet Yellen blaming the Brexit for the Fed's refusal to raise rates in June should have been a red flag for everyone.  When in doubt, always look at what the elites are doing with policy and their own money.

3)  They Have Grown Cynical - After eight years of constant market manipulation, the Liberty Movement in particular has grown rather cynical about whether or not the fundamentals even matter anymore.  I'm here to tell you, they do matter.  However, stocks today are not based on fundamentals, they are based on dubious investor psychology and algo-trading computers.  When investor psychology is broken, the markets are suddenly reminded of the terrible fundamentals of our economic system and stocks begin to crash.  Eventually, fundamentals will win over false financial optimism.  The international banks are well aware of this, and are merely allowing circumstances by which they can crash the markets THEIR WAY instead of allowing the markets to crash naturally.  Too many analysts overlooked the usefulness of Brexit to the elites because of their crippling cynicism.

4) They Missed The Bigger Picture - If all an analyst does is track equities and sometimes commodities, they are never going to grasp what is happening in the economy.  Our financial system is not based entirely on numbers and graphs; it is a sociopolitical apparatus.  Political and social developments can indeed signal what might happen in stocks and on mainstreet.  The relations are there, but they are often indirect.  In 2016, EVERYTHING is snowballing with tension.  It was only a matter of time before something snapped.  The timing of the Brexit amidst these tensions led me to believe it had a high probability of being a trigger for the next leg down.

So, the big question now is what happens as the circus continues?  I will be writing a comprehensive article on what is likely to occur over the next few months in markets and everywhere else in response to the Brexit event.  Look for that article to be published early next week.  I do believe that central banks around the world are probably going to take action at some point in the near term to mitigate the market collapse and slow it down slightly.  As I have always said, this is a CONTROLLED DEMOLITION of the global economy; the elites want to steam valve the system down and are probably not going to allow a complete freefall.

You will most likely see a mainstream media campaign to marginalize the importance of the Brexit.  They will claim that the referendum is not necessarily binding yet. That it will take years to be instituted.  Frankly, this is not relevant.  Again, the markets are based on psychology first, and the damage has already been done.  Watch for further market disruptions to pile on before the U.S. elections, including other EU member states suggesting their own referendums.

Stay tuned to Alt-Market for further analysis...

 

Regards,

Brandon Smith, Founder of Alt-Market.com

 

 

 

 

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yes, you were the only one
written by californiawoman , June 24, 2016

From all the reading I have done on this, you are correct. You were the only one that saw this as a possible outcome. What made the most sense to me was that you noticed the discrepancy between what Soros said, and where he placed his money (gold).

Congratulations .

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Always on top of things
written by RickNYC , June 24, 2016

I put 10 percent of my savings in silver based on your prediction, Brandon. Thank you, no other economist I read came close.
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written by Brandon Smith , June 24, 2016

@Rick

Thanks, Rick. Silver still has a long way to go and ETFs are highly manipulated but I think the fundamentals are going to overwhelm the paper markets soon and you will see solid profits compared to other investments for the rest of the year.

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Recognition where it is due
written by Rien , June 24, 2016

Good call Brandon!

I was skeptical myself and was not entirely persuaded by your call. But I was wrong, you were right.

I see this as another data point that the pendulum of public opinion is swinging away from "more government good" to "more government bad". Can't wait for the next shoe to drop...

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Kudos
written by Vlad the Impaler , June 24, 2016

I too thought you'd be wrong, and for the reason you mentioned, doomer fatigue, that these globalists will always be in control. I hope this is the beginning of more changes.
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Nailed it
written by Flexit supporter , June 24, 2016

Haven't encountered anyone that could look through the BS like you can. Your analysis is so accurate that it scares me sometimes.
I can only hope that enough people will wake up before it's too late but I seriously doubt it.
Thanks again for your excellent forecasts.

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LowerAlabama
written by daniel smith(no relation) , June 24, 2016

pip pip cheerio and all that bloody rot...by jove the brits did it, and without the help from the fighting irish or the men in kilts whom i would have thought would lead the charge. nigel farage says the bankers will now punish the country, but i suggest listening to noel coward's mad dogs and englishmen (youtube) for a lesson in the resiliency of the britwits. good call cousin...watching soros trail was a key. yogi said "you can observe a lot, just by looking"
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Volatility
written by sodbuster , June 24, 2016

They pushed the markets up Thursday so they can swing lower Friday, volatility is where they make the big money. My gut tells me just a head fake though with S&P pushing all time highs again before US elections. No matter, I left the Casino in July 07, never going back.

Stay fit
Stay calm
Stay quiet
Stay proficient
Stay liquid

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P.S.
written by sodbuster , June 24, 2016

Sorry Brandon, Excellent Call
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Slightly different take...
written by shutupnsing , June 24, 2016

Maybe I'm just a hopeful optimist. https://shutupnsing.wordpress.com/2016/06/24/thank-god-for-this-day-of-freedom-and-rebuke/

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Other accurate forecast
written by Steve Clarke , June 24, 2016

I would just like to say that martin armstrong also predicted that Brexit would win....oh happy Days!!
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written by Brandon Smith , June 24, 2016

@Steve

Thanks, Steve. Do you have a link to his prediction so I can direct people to it? I'm compiling a list of those articles that accurately called the event.

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Ken, at RedefiningGod.com, also claims to have called the BRExit vote
written by Paul Jackson , June 24, 2016

Ken, at RedefiningGod.com, is also saying he called this BRExit result. I'm guessing that he's claiming this based on his May 7, 2015 post http://redefininggod.com/2016/...ext-month/ (though he writes and organizes his material in a way that is less clear to me than yourself, Brandon, so I can't be sure that's what Ken means.)
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written by Rien , June 24, 2016

@Steve, @Brandon

I may be wrong, but I do not remember Armstrong calling it. He did speculate that public opinion would be in favour, but also said that the PTB would manipulate the vote to prevent a BREXIT.

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written by justanobserver , June 24, 2016

Whatever the globalists wish for or do may now fail. The trade agreements they want are less likely to pass, the rule of British business by faceless statist piss lickers in Brussels (where 80% of British businesses make their money from Britain) will be far less likely to hold sway in Britain, and the collateral damage of French, Netherland, and Italian politicians calling for referenda may not be avoidable.

The British rejected their politicians, their business community, their banking pigs, and the light in the loafers baboon Obama telling them to obey.

Whatever happens liberty and freedom just sent a wake up call to the globalists.

The British public standing up and saying fuck you to their business, banking, government apparatchiks, and elitist/statist shits is something worth emulating.

No matter what the downstream effect.

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Agenda 2030 first step almost done
written by PeterK , June 24, 2016

Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere
Translation: Continually engineer boom/bust and other financial crisis; centralize all ‘private banks’ – IMF, World Bank, Fed/BOE etc to control all finances through digital currency.Increase dependence on personal debt by continually raising inflation/prices above earnings; make interest rates negative and then ‘charge’ for keeping balances he black; make it impossible to function in society without digital beast system.i.e. no access to work, food, healthcare, buying and selling, transport etc
My theory is - there will be new fin.system based on eco economy and per country asset based currencies
www.hidencode.com

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Well done with your prediction!
written by RonNZ , June 24, 2016

Brandon, as reported by other readers, my attempts to keep up with the news have similarly not led me to anyone else who made the Brexit call that you did. But that said, there are also few commentators around who like you, have recognized and factored in the degree to which events are now being stage managed from behind the scenes, both across national borders and between supposedly independent governing bodies: all in the pursuit of World Government and global enslavement by debt. The two items (your prediction and your world view) go hand in hand and sadly confirm that little is now as it seems or as it ought to be.

I believe it has been decades since elections of significance have had any chance of reflecting the will of the voters. If one accepts this to be so, the Brexit result can then be seen as a signal that the cabal will now begin steadily removing the props they have used to manipulate and artificially support the financial markets with the intention of precipitating the last stage of their planned global economic demolition. This, along with the untold suffering that will ensue from world wide financial paralysis, can then be blamed on Brexit instead of the international banksters and their partners in crime whose plans for global hegemony can be traced back across many, many generations.

The evil edifice that will be erected to replace the systems of governance we have lived under can never deliver all that the elite have lusted for but much blood will be shed by good men who rise up to resist the loss of liberty and serfdom that will be imposed. It therefore might be opportune to consider investing a little more beyond the curtain of time rather than focusing solely on the here and now as we all tend to do. I'm told that yields are considerable and payable in perpetuity. :)



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Bravo !
written by ericbasillais , June 24, 2016

Bravo !
You wera right !

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written by Brandon Smith , June 24, 2016

@FarageRoad (aka Chaban)

How does your own foot taste, Chaban?

If others predicted this then list them here as I requested; they deserve credit too. As stated, the globalists are steamvalving the markets, not collapsing them in one day. Zero Hedge made a great point today that a week after Lehman collapsed stocks rallied - this rally ultimately meant nothing in the long run. Only a fool tracks stocks as if they reflect the real economy. The effects of this event are going to be far reaching and will be felt for months, and yes, there will be hollow rallies now and then. And didn't you claim there was no chance of a Brexit ever? You are truly shameless.

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Bill Holter said something interesting-Im passing
written by PeterK , June 24, 2016


The world will wake up Monday morning to all sorts of margin calls. You must understand, the “carry trade” is held on very thin margin. No matter what market you are looking at, they all moved several percentage points versus 1% or much less used to carry positions. My point is this, many “counterparties” were outright blown up today and are dead entities unable to perform. Yes I am sure the Fed, ECB and BOJ will provide liquidity but that will not erase the losses, it will only postpone the pronouncement of death.

The answer previous question about liquidity and calminh markets

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Announcing The Recession
written by JohnF , June 24, 2016

"Whatever the globalists wish for or do may now fail"

Hardly - It Still Goes For A Final Vote - The British Politicians Will Reverse The Vote - Cancel It & Just Like Brandon Stated - They Will Claim The Brexiter's Domestic Terrorists - The Scapegoats For The Final Collapse - 'We The People'

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Jim Rickards also predicts Brexit 03/16
written by shocker315 , June 24, 2016

Hi Brandon,

I'm sure your familiar with Rickards, if not, you should be. :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvU6ftOSQ80


While not specifically discussed in this vid, he also predicts eventual dollar collapse and globalist move to SDRs in other interviews and writings.


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written by Brandon Smith , June 24, 2016

@shocker

Yes, that was a good call by Rickards. Where I have always disagreed with Rickards though is his idea that the elites are not aware of the mainstreet picture, as if the crash will happen because they are oblivious. This is not the case. The elites are not oblivious to the crash, they are CAUSING the crash deliberately in order to gain more centralization though chaos and fear.

Otherwise, Rickards seems to have a good grip on everything else.

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Rickards
written by Californiawoman , June 24, 2016

Richards also thinks there is gold in fort Knox. My take on him especially due to his background is that he is a disinformation agent.
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KrisAnne Hall's take on Brexit!
written by Truthseeker808 , June 24, 2016

Here's her take!
http://krisannehall.com/histor...t-brexit/

Such wisdom, Brandon!

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Future predictions
written by Roman Gladiator , June 24, 2016

Like an above poster says, Ken presicted this, and even caught the one year delay of the crash.
He is also predicting that Greece will crash no later than August, and there will be war in Sept, which curiously follows Matt Smiths Poem which has been eerily accurate.

https://z3news.com/w/stanzas-prophetic-poem-fulfilled/

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you were right on target
written by sad song , June 24, 2016

I was the guy questioning you regarding Bail-ins, and yes you were right on target by saying Brexit will happen.

I kept that in my mind entire time. Do you think its time for big banks to start going down the hill?

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Other links to interesting analysts:
written by withoutwax , June 25, 2016

Hi All,

I'm new here, but well done Brandon for calling it! Just for info, here are some other analysts who see the larger picture:

http://philosophyofmetrics.com/brexit-the-new-modern-nationalism-is-global-governance-freepom/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qL-q3GWBaA&feature=youtu.be

http://redefininggod.com/2016/06/globalist-agenda-watch-2016-update-12-the-globalists-begin-their-demolition-of-the-eu/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTzGxuURj9c

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Consequence of brexit for globalists
written by JohnR , June 25, 2016

Hi Brandon,

Interesting articles again and well done with the predictions!

After reading, I started wondering about the following: if the globalists in the end want control over the world via one government etc, then I cant seem to understand the benefit of a brexit right now? It will increase chances of other countries such as NL, FR, IT etc leaving as well, even Texas as I read now. That means only more aversion from people towards unity and one higher global government institution that rules all, making that harder to accomplish for the globalists?

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written by Brandon Smith , June 25, 2016

@John

If you read my original Brexit article, I explain in detail why the Brexit actually helps the elites by creating cover for an economic collapse that they have been engineering for years:

http://www.alt-market.com/articles/2931-brexit-global-trigger-event-fake-out-or-something-else

The elites don't want "unity" of a bunch of nation states, they want to erase nation states and sovereignty completely and establish a single global currency and government. With the failure of the EU resulting in economic calamity, they can later tell the masses that the only solution is a one world system and the removal of sovereignty altogether.

The Brexit is about the long game, for those familiar with chess; which is an obsession of the elites by the way.

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Well done
written by Lookoutbelow , June 25, 2016

Thanks Brandon, after years of zerohedge and other sites getting my hopes up constantly, was very happy to find your writing. I agree with everything I've ever read of yours, so when last week I started reading Soros and Jacob Rothchild and others warning of collapse if 'the people' voted brexit i smelled a rat. When I saw you felt the same I made some large bets on gold rising and shares falling.
I do hope this controlled collapse starts hard, and think it will. Everywhere I read people are celebrating the loss for the NWO. They need to quickly knock that on its head.
Do you see the EU crumbling, or strengthening from here?
Redefininggod did call this too, though has been calling it wrongly for quite a while, and Armstrong the stooge will be claiming as much. I read his work for a laugh and he seems to think he calls everything, while calling nothing.

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written by JohnR , June 26, 2016

@Brandon

Thanks for your quick reply.

I did read the other one as well, maybe i shouldnt have used the word unity, but rather as you say "single global currency and government". I do realize Brexit opens up new routes for globalists.
However, it just seems hard to understand that after all the aversion towards "single government" (since the EU is kind of a step towards a single government with control over many, even though its a little different), it would be only harder to achieve that for the globalists right now, with more countries wanting to have control themselves?

We will see how it goes, I'll keep an eye on your articles :)

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written by Brandon Smith , June 26, 2016

@John

It might seem that way, but take a look at every calamity of the past century, including WWI, the Great Depression and WWII; every time the world divides and millions die the elites sweep in to build more centralization from the ashes. Their motto is "order from chaos" for a reason. Of course, they create the chaos first, and then offer the "order" that best serves their interests. It's called the Hegelian Dialectic.

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I am the scapegoat.
written by ErinC , June 26, 2016

Very good article! I am one of the few youngsters living in Scotland that voted to exit the EU. Normally I treat everything with distrust and cynicism and can't understand why the people of Scotland are being so easily lead to their doom through promises of (false) independence. Everyone here is brainwashed into believing that membership of the EU is paramount to a thriving society when in fact it puts our future in shackles. I know voicing my opinion on social media and other outlets will be met with accusations of xenophobia. I am part of the scapegoat and it's scary. Before my crucifixion however I want to become as educated as possible so I can meet these arguments with unbreakable logic. My generation needs to wake up and I was hoping if anyone has any great sources/links for me to study then please pass them on. I don't want to bury my head in the sand.
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Supreme Irony
written by shutupnsing , June 26, 2016

Imagine...the freaking home of William Wallace rejecting the Brexit!
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Rebellious Scot is Crushed
written by ErinC , June 26, 2016

@shutupnsing

I know...
The shame is people will vote for yes to the next Scottish referendum that's on the cards... They don't seem to understand that it's a faux independence that will cost us our democratic right. I believe the first independence referendum was a tool to create mass hunger among the Scots so that they would follow dear Nicola without question into the jaws of the wolf. It's all a set up. Cameron's promises of more powers to Scotland weren't kept and those that were no voters jumped ship and converted what was once Labour followers into new SNP, the general elections came along and SNP won almost every constituency in Scotland. They have a mass following that has taken shape similar to a religion that many are following without question.

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BanksterSlayer
You da man, Brandon!
written by BanksterSlayer , June 26, 2016

Alt-Market is one of my daily morning visits to check for news every day. We are keeping close watch on your blogs over at our site of RogueMoney.net . Yes, it is all a long-planned demolition. The "voice of the People" had very little to do with the outcome of the Brexit vote.

http://www.roguemoney.net/stories/2016/6/25/running-to-catch-the-silk-road-express

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@ErinC
written by shutupnsing , June 26, 2016

The more things change, the more they stay the same. It's Longshanks seducing the nobles all over again, no? Hang in there Erin...we literally are ALL in this together.
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Globalist agenda
written by Nairb , June 26, 2016

Another person who has been describing the globalist agenda at length. Interesting stuff, but less market focus.

http://redefininggod.com

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brexit
written by MITCH DAVRAY , June 26, 2016

Hello Brandon, Just came over your site through link from USA watch dog comments.
Well done on your prediction of a Leave vote.
I have followed Market Oracle site and particularly Nadeem Wylaat who called the narrow Brexit Vote and Cameron winning outright majority last general election

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RedefiningGod's Prediction of BREXIT
written by Rusticus , June 26, 2016

...was implied in the May 7th post referenced above, but is specifically cited as the beginning of the implosion of the EU back in April:

http://redefininggod.com/2016/04/globalist-agenda-watch-2016-update-9-isis-and-the-jubilee-for-boys-and-girls-in-rome/

Of the litany of alt-media soothsayers in the blogosphere I follow, Ken and Brandon remain the only two figures to not only predict BREXIT, but place its significance within the proper context: As the controlled demolition of the Eurozone to usher in an SDR-denominated global fief, a stark contrast to the cartoonish "victory for the good guys" narrative now peddled by many bloggers in BREXIT's aftermath.

Though I doubt you need the help, I took the liberty of reblogging your article (with proper credit, of course) as well as adding a few thoughts of my own:

http://statelesshomesteading.com/brexit-vote-passes-heres-how-alt-market-called-it-when-no-one-else-did/

I also published a recent article in line with the Alt-Market thesis of "East vs. West Kabuki Theater" breaking down Chatham House's "analysis" (roadmap?) on creating the "multipolar World Order" now emerging; the destruction of Pax Americana, a hefty re-balancing of trade towards the BRICS/AIIB construct, increased RMB share in the SDR (as well as an implied Chinese IMF head), and the need for a new "Bretton Woods Moment" are just a few of the agendas mentioned in the paper - which can now move ahead under the guise of "BREXIT-created catastrophe":

http://statelesshomesteading.com/dr-bricslove-or-how-alt-media-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-the-nwo/

Thanks for your tireless efforts and measured analysis, Brandon. If only more writers could place current events within the historical context (Sutton, Quigley, et. al.) you so often cite.

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A Little Heads Up
written by Pologrounds , June 27, 2016

Seems the BIS has come out with some very tardy common sense analysis of the global economy......

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-bis-annualreport-policy-idUSKCN0ZC0FP

The key takeaway here is this:

'In an apparent nudge to the U.S. Federal Reserve, the BIS said in its report that policymakers needed to put more focus on raising rates when they have the chance so that they have room to cut them again when the next downturn comes.'

Expect a rate hike at the most hurtful time for the country.

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Or its spiraling out of control
written by Contrarian subplot , June 27, 2016

Or it could be ...people have had enough, we are going to break up into tribal in groups, that the elite are not gods, that black swan events screw them up, that factions in the elite do not want some giant mega hodzilla world state, that Thomad Jeffersons agrarians will win the day or hold their own, that not all nations or civilzations want to be part of some polyglot, that man could near the next bump up in his evolution, that God exists and He has had it with our shit....the plot within a plot plus a plot outside a plot set of Russian nesting dolls ... may be a case of globalist overreach. Unless they plan on killi g off 2/3 of mankind, they may have to sit back and watch as it spirals out of their control. Do not give these loons godlike powers, success of BREXIT may be just the move towards subsidiarity, smaller govt .. or world war. We shall see. Frankly, I see the breakway civilzation happening
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written by Brandon Smith , June 27, 2016

@contrarian

No, I'm afraid you have fallen for the rush of movement optimism following the vote. The markets are crashing exactly because the elites want them to crash. I have been warning for the past couple of years that they would be initiating a trigger event, likely in 2015 or 2016. The Brexit does nothing to hurt elitist interests, all it does is allow them to create the narrative that the crash was OUR FAULT rather than their fault. And by the way, their plan IS to kill off most of the population.

Read my article 'The Economic End Game Explained' to understand why it is extremely premature to celebrate this current crash:

http://www.alt-market.com/articles/2403-the-economic-end-game-explained

We haven't even started the fight yet, and the Brexit is not part of it.

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"nobody knows when the bottom will fall"
written by sad song , June 27, 2016

what if nothing happens in 2018, my best friend said "nobody knows when the bottom will fall off". What if there is no collapse in 2018, does that mean there will be no global currency.
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written by Brandon Smith , June 27, 2016

@sad song

What if there is? Will your friend be prepared for it?

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elites no more
written by PeterK , June 28, 2016

Sorry for this what I will writte,but what is annoying me that we still calling them''ELITE'' .
They will never rule over me.
They are for me not elite but satanic sons of the bitches and they engineered all the wars,famines etc.so I dont want this kind of rullers call her majesty,her eminency.First thing I will do when silver and gold will monetize ,I will go out of system and be independent as possible resp.to use anonymous currencies.

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The Upshot of Chaos & Confusion
written by shutupnsing , June 28, 2016

It is impossible to overstate the enormity of what just happened. But it is very possible to cover up, distort, and spin the reality of what just happened…over there. Brexit was the inevitable vindication and affirmation of the remarkable foresight in the former British Prime Minister rightly known as the Iron Lady… “We have not successfully rolled back the frontiers of the state in Britain, only to see them re-imposed at a European level with a European super-state exercising a new dominance from Brussels”…who called the new European folly of “subsidy and protection” years before its tragic birth, “The trouble with Socialism is that sooner or later you run out of other people’s money.”

This is all so grotesquely and brutally ugly and gloriously beautiful at the same time. It is grotesque, brutal and ugly because Brexit forces a reset and sea change that is going to swamp every last one of us, whether we’re prepared for it or not. It’s glorious and beautiful because the lie and the liars are finally exposed. There is only one path from here. Embrace the truth and the truthful, trust in God…and hold on for dear life! https://shutupnsing.wordpress.com/2016/06/28/the-upshot-of-chaos-confusion/

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"nobody knows when the bottom will fall off"
written by sad song , June 28, 2016

@Brandon Smith

My best friend who past away this year was a great guy. He introduced me into all this corruption world 15 years back when I was young and naive.
He predicted 2008 financial crisis while the news media was reporting housing and stock boom.
He spent 20 years in Japan and China combined working in import and export business.
His thinking was almost same as you, accept he said "nobody knows when the bottom will fall off". Even he thought the bubble was going to pop last year.

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written by Brandon Smith , June 28, 2016

@Sad Song

Then I'm sure you will honor his memory and remain prepared for ANY eventuality. Also, you seem to be waiting for a singular "event". This is not how economic collapse works. It is a process. We are in the middle of an economic collapse RIGHT NOW. The Brexit is merely the next stage. Do not focus on stock markets, focus on the fundamentals of the economy. There is no such thing as a single collapse event. That only happens in the movies. Real collapse happens right under your nose.

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"nobody knows when the bottom will fall off"
written by sad song , June 28, 2016

he said buy gold and silver. as you mentioned the collapse is in process, can you give some example how it is in process:

do you think Rothschild was in control of Iraq and Vietnam war?

Why was JFK shot?

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written by Brandon Smith , June 28, 2016

@Sad Song

You are welcome to google my six part series on the ongoing collapse of the global economy entitled 'One Last Look At The Real Economy Before It Implodes'. It outlines the stages we have gone through already as well as where we are headed.

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