Henry Wotten, Sr., “An ambassador is an honest man sent abroad to lie for his country.” In these days of quick travel and instant global communication, the game is not confined to ambassadors, the honest, and men. No one knows what to believe anywhere when spoken to by almost anyone.
Pundits will tell us Thursday’s historic Brexit referendum in which a majority (52%) voted in favor of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union (EU), was due to the invasion of Muslim migrants or the EU’s burdensome bureaucracy or the unelected European Parliament’s proposal to impose an EU tax and a tax ID for every European.
But the polling data shows a distinct point in time when the “leave EU” sentiments began an upswing. That point is April 22, 2016, as shown in the ZeroHedge chart below.
Obama and Mooch arrived in London on April 22 for a 3-day visit. The publishing of his op/ed the next day made clear the purpose of Obama’s visit.
On April 23, 2016, The Telegraph published Obama’s op/ed , “Barack Obama: As your friend, let me say that the EU makes Britain even greater,”…
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