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Time to round up the traitors and kick them out.
But weak Cameron will do nothing. In fact, if Cameron does anything, it will surely be to try and undo the consequences of the referendum.
The British elite have hated the mass of working people for at least 100 years, seeing them as ignorant and mostly degenerate. Hence the great pre-WW2 interest among Britain's ruling class in eugenics. Maynard Keynes was President of the Eugenics Society. Winston Churchill was a member. Francis Darwin, son of Charles, believed that lethal chambers to dispose of the most botched members of society would be useful, although he felt that there would be difficulties, politically, in selling the idea (this was before Hitler gave gas chambers a truly bad name). Playwright Bernard Shaw openly advocated killing unproductive members of society who are, he considered, not only of no use to society but "probably of no use to themselves either."
The difficulty for these people was to find the right method. Contraception was supposed to do the trick, but it proved to have consequences the reverse of those desired, the lower orders having no great interest in limiting their own reproduction, while more intelligent middle and upper class women availed themselves of the technology to avoid the burden of too many pregnancies.
But since World War II, the solution has been discovered: K-12 sex "education," which inculcates the idea that the only sexual vice is reproduction, combined with mass replacement immigration. The result is that Britain is well on the way to genociding the mass of its own people both racially and culturally (as are the other European nations), replacing them with the more energetic, ambitious and intelligent people who make up the immigrant flux around the world.
But with the referendum, Britain's old white working class have taken the opportunity so foolishly provided by David Cameron to undermine the process of extermination. The Brexit vote, however, will surely be seen by the elite as no more than a setback in an inevitable process, so I don't think we are anywhere near to the end of the struggle for the survival of the British nation. Indeed, the struggle is likely about to become very nasty indeed.
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