Is Chaos the Real Goal of Brexit?


There is a war raging for England’s soul.

Parliament is holding the country hostage.

Parliament vetoes Hard Brexit,  treasonously undermining Johnson’s negotiating position while refusing to let him call an election.

SC, a British expat living in Asia, thinks Brexit is really about creating chaos. “The whole “Brexit thing” is one big manipulation swinging in nearly every direction and one does not know what to expect next.” I initially rejected this notion thinking BoJo would push through a No-Deal Brexit.

Then Borris says a “no-deal Brexit would be a failure of statecraft for which I would be partially responsible.”   Wednesday he said he would not strike a pact with Nigel Farage whom he branded “unsuitable.”  Now the courts are blocking his suspension of Parliament. The publication of “Operation Yellowhammer” a government assessment of chaos following No Deal also bodes ill.

Maybe SC is right. Maybe chaos is the end game. They are all Freemasons after all.

We have been inundated by political commentary on the failed Brexits during 2019. However it must be realized that there is no coincidence in life, everything happens for a reason.

Brexit was always predestined to fail. Operation Disunited K has been that reason. During the Spring of 2016 David Cameron,  PM of the United Kingdom,  gave the British people a chance to vote. Cameron had no plan whatsoever for whatever way the vote went. However, the dark suits of the European political class (hereinafter referred to as THE EURO DARK SUITS or TEDS ) were not as thoughtless and careless as Cameron.

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During the April May June referendum campaign in UK whilst Cameron, Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and other popular politicians and celebrities were traveling around the country on huge buses filling the heads of the population with all sorts of fear and nonsense TEDS were busy planning.

TEDS were planning for the surprise result of the referendum which would be that British people wanted out of Europe. TEDS has not wanted the United Kingdom to leave the EU. It was a No-No situation. It was that simple.  UK ‘s leaving simply could not be allowed to happen. It did not fit in with the overall plan for the formation of the One World Government.

The result of the referendum on 16th June 2016 did surprise everyone.   52 percent of the registered British voters wanted to leave the EU. And a new noun BREXIT was created. TEDS damage control was quickly initiated and the value of the British pound dropped significantly signaling to everyone that BREXIT was not popular with commercial and financial markets in Europe. Operation Disunited K was far more than damage control.


Operation Disunited K had two parts  – Short term control and Long term establishment. 
Short term control included the following goals.
Delay implementation of parliamentary procedures Make a review of the British members of parliament and determine their significance with Brexit.


Liaise closely with the British political class and select the politicians that will participate in the BREXIT process including determining the length of time that each politician will participate and what contribution he/she will make.
The British political class will assign all politicians to be active,  non-active, distractor participants and rogue participants.
The British political class will select a senior government official to be the UK’s chief Brexit negotiator but he/she will not have the relevant experience.
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All politicians will receive financial incentives to follow their assignments.
Politicians that refuse to participate will have their family members threatened with death or injury.
TEDS will instigate their own highly skilled BREXIT negotiating team lead by a high-level EU member. This team will allow access to media at all times and be available to work with visiting British politicians at any time.
 Ultimately the British political class will take whatever steps that will be necessary to stall the whole BREXIT process irrespective of deals or no deals and the squeals of the disgruntled British people.


Long term establishment included the following goals Destruction of the British political system which consists of the two main parties. Showing the British people that politicians do not work for the people.
 Creating a new parliamentary system of many political parties in a coalition with a leader selected by all parties.
Destabilizing and dividing British society even further than the division already caused by the influx of Muslim immigrants Encouraging Scotland and Wales to break away from the political control of Westminster.
 Encouraging Northern Ireland to join up with Ireland. Ensure that England remains part of the EU.