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The Hidden Stagehands Derailing Brexit


If you have been following developments across the Atlantic, you’ll know that the crisis surrounding Brexit has reached an impasse. After voters in 2016 voted to leave the European Union, leadership of the ruling Conservative Party passed to Theresa May, whose long negotiations with Brussels have yielded a deal months before the March deadline, at which point a so-called ‘hard Brexit’ will be triggered. Many have predicted economic catastrophe in such a scenario, underlining the importance of a deal with the European Union, particularly on the United Kingdom’s status as a trading partner. However, things haven’t gone according to plan.

The deal has been universally unpopular, with critics declaring that it would render Britain a kind of ‘colony’, which would still have to abide by European rules and restrictions, but now without any representation. Issues surrounding the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are also raising ire in parliament, where May lost the support of 1/3 of her colleagues in a hasty no-confidence vote last week. With disaster potentially looming, and the figureheads of Brussels refusing any alterations to the deal, the prospects of a second referendum have been pushed to the fore by the media conglomerates, particularly the BBC which has given extensive airtime to disgraced former Blair spokesman and Iraq War spin doctor Alistair Campbell, as well as nutty Green Party MP Caroline Lucas, both of whom demand a ‘people’s vote’ to overturn the 2016 referendum and put a stop to Brexit. The European Union for its part, has jovially welcomed the idea.

This might sound hard to believe. It was of course something of a parody during the first referendum when leading Brexiteers remarked on previous referendums in other EU states which had been rerun until the ‘correct’ answer was returned, but it was unthinkable at that time that the same could happen in the UK. Not anymore.

It’s important to understand this entire mess as a clear window into the mind of the globalist forces who operate the curtains, pulleys, lights and sound effects in the ‘world backstage’, as the philosopher Ivan Ilyin called it. But what is the world backstage? The first thing to note is that it is not the equivalent of the ‘deep state’, which became a big concern for Americans in 2017 as President Donald Trump’s will seemed to bend to the warmongering tendencies of previous governments. Deep states are national phenomena, which is not to say they are nationalist, but that they operate within the boundaries of the nation and will put that nation’s resources towards implementing their agenda, something which usually has financial incentive. The world backstage however, is a nationless force which actively sees itself as the arbiter of the world’s fate, operating beyond mankind’s field of vision and often associated with numerous secret societies.

The arrogance of those who make up this global cabal knows no bounds, and exceeds that of any contemporary dictator. Any breakup of the European Union, however carried out, is anathema to their project of a ‘managed’ global peace on their terms (that is, the terms of the liberal order of things). This of course requires not only the dissolution of one nation, or certain nations, but eventually of all nations, into a cosmopolitan cargo hold for a tech-dependent slave class. These adept stagehands have been present for all of contemporary history. They targeted both Germany and Russia for particular destruction in the last century, both through the ravaging of their imperial dynasties, and then the dramatic reduction of their territories. When the British Empire itself no longer served as a useful tool for their ends, they dismantled it as well, and ensured the country was taken up into the economic family which eventually became the European Union. They have focused in recent years on ensuring no Arab power emerged from the wreckage of the Ottoman Empire, and now they may turn their attention towards China.

The strategic response to Brexit was the same from the start; force the country to remain in the Union through a campaign of fear, and if this ultimately failed, punish the country’s economy so harshly (the potential outcome of a bitter divorce) that no other member state would consider disentangling itself from Brussels. This is ultimately why no satisfactory deal could be achieved, regardless of whether the prime minister was a brexiteer or a remainer. The illusion of the European Union’s necessity must be mainstained, at ANY cost.

How can such powerful forces as those scuttling Brexit be opposed? It is worth noting that while the outcomes they desire may be inescapable in the current scenario, the reactions to these developments are still out of their direct control. If Britain crashes out, they want the British people to blame those who campaigned (even those who voted) to leave, and a climate of national hatred will be whipped up. In truth, any hardship felt by the country upon a possible exit is entirely a punative measure of the hidden hands in the world, eager to punish the unruly plebs. If Britain remains within the Union in some way, shape or form, they want the Brexiteers to blame individuals who are of little consequence, distracting from any inquiry into the failing fundamentals of life in liberal society, of the European Union, and of the concept of a referendum as a tool for realistic counter-cultural political change. They want the actions of the government to be seen as a ‘betrayal of democracy’, so that people will continue to believe in the mythical ‘election never betrayed’, something which all of the last hundred years of tumultuous politics tells us is a myth. Elections, votes, referendums, always and without fail are betrayed. To come to this realisation is to delve into the deeper questions of metapolitics, and this is to peer behind the curtain, to pull the opera mask and glove from the hidden hand who looms grinning behind the scenes. Will people respond correctly to the failure of Brexit, one way or the other? Time will tell.

Author: K. E. Benois