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Some advocates of the "One-World-State" ended up deeply shocked in the late night hours of June 24th, as the British people decided to free themselves from the undemocratic rule of the elitists in Brussels. I have no doubt that the market manipulators, who work closely with the elitists, and are often one and the same people, will be doing everything they can to prevent that "Mini-Me" of the One-World-State, more popularly known as the European Union, from collapsing entirely. They actions they will take are almost certainly going to include an attempt to punish the British, economically, for having voted to leave.

In the last few days before the Brexit voting, especially on the day of the vote itself, there was a lot of market manipulation activity. Mainstream media outlets may have refused to publish exit polls, making the outcome a mystery for average voters. However, the big trading banks and their associated hedge funds knew exactly what was going to happen. The banks paid millions of dollars to fund their own private exit polls. They knew the results long ago, and everything that happened over the days prior to the voting, and especially the day of the voting, itself, was based upon that. Their polls were purely designed to insure profitable trading, so I am sure they lacked the political bias that the mass media often tries to build in. In all likelihood, the bankers' exit polls were far more accurate than any media poll has ever been.

There is another group that knew exactly what was going to happen, though somewhat later than the bankers. This second group watches the manipulation activity of the bankers. If you carefully studied their behavior, you would have known, as I did, that Britain had voted to exit, as early as the middle of the day on the 23rd. Trading on such information, of course, is unethical, in my view. It involves taking advantage of innocent people. If I had done that, I would be no better than those I am criticizing. So, I didn't. But, I knew. Let me tell you how…

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