Friday, June 24, 2016

Cameron Resigns in Britain; Could Be Replaced By LewRockwell.com Reader

Following the EXIT win in Great Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that he will resign by October.

What's most exciting about this is that  the former London mayor and libertarian leaning Boris Johnson is now widely seen as the most likely successor as prime minister.

Lew Rockwell reported in 2008 that Johnson was a reader of LRC.

-RW

5 comments:

  1. I called the British Embassy this morning in the Imperial City. In their voicemail selections they have an option for calling about a British National. I got somebody on the Consular staff and told him I wanted to share my concerns about David Cameron a British national. Told him I want damn to know that I say good riddance to bad rubbish.

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  2. Boris Johnson is exactly the sort of tool Britain should stop listening to. Not was only the leave vote a vote of no confidence in the EU but in the British political class that is part of th European elite.

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  3. Wow! I didn't think the Brits had it in them. Now we will see if people can really vote themselves more freedom. Or will the EU invade Great Britain like Lincoln did to the South?

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  4. District of Columbia, City of London, Vatican City (maybe Jerusalem) all have a very unique status relative to other States in their respective countries.

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  5. BoJo may read LRC but he's still a slimy political critter.

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