“Not since the fall of the Soviet Union (in 1991) has there been a world event as important as this one,” I told Elizabeth before we sat down to dinner this evening.

It is 5:51 AM in the U.K. at this moment. Still dark over there. But a new dawn has already risen over the former empire on which the sun had never set.

The overnight tallies of the Brexit vote have shown that a majority of British people want to leave the European Union. With 52% to 48% and 90% of the votes counted, the Brits want to “LEAVE EU”.

And I bow to them and rejoice. Because never in the history of the world has a former empire led the world in a peaceful revolution.

“Dare to dream that the dawn is breaking on an independent United Kingdom,” said Nigel Farage, leader of the eurosceptic UK Independence Party.

“This will be a victory for real people, a victory for ordinary people, a victory for decent people…Let June 23 go down in our history as our independence day.”


Well, maybe not so fast. The UK GOVERNMENT is still tied to Washington via a financial and political umbilical cord. But by voting to sever their ties to the EU, the British PEOPLE have now also begun to cut that unsavory umbilical cord.

Let us toast the courage and the wisdom of the British people! They fired the first shot in this global revolution against the New World Order. Let us hope it was not in vain.

But then, let us also not get too far of ourselves. The criminal gang who have devised the New World Order in the hope of ruling the world by financial and military means aren’t going to just lie down and take it. So we should expect months if not years of turbulent financial and political events. Especially if other smaller and heavily indebted European nations, like Greece, Portugal, Ireland and even Italy, catch the Brexit virus and start to plan their own exits from this unholy alliance called the European Union.



June 22, 2016

Two months ago, the man whom most of Americans are embarrassed to refer to as our president, did what he usually does. He stuck his nose where it did not belong. During a visit to England in April of this year, Obama, a foreigner, waded into the Brexit debate, an entirely British affair.

Obama threatened the British voters that the UK would find itself “at the back of the queue” for a trade deal with the US if they vote against staying in the European Union in the June 23 referendum.

I hope that the Brits are smart enough to do just the opposite of what the New World Order lackies, like Obama or Cameron, are urging them to. Especially when being threatened by the likes of Obama.


It’s simple. What is the EU?

It is an UNNATURAL, MAN-MADE creation devised and designed by the New World Order bankers and their multinational corporate clients so that together, they can conquer Europe economically and turn it into a vassal market, just as they have done with third world countries all over the world.

One only needs to look at Greece, for example, as an example of that.

So to this writer, a foreigner to the U.K., of course, the June 23 vote is a no-brainer. Britain should get the hell out of the EU while it is still a relatively free country. Because what follows if it does not is financial slavery.


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June 24, 2016

While ordinary people world over rejoice over Britain’s vote to leave the EU, global markets are tumbling. The Dow is down 624 point as we speak.

DJI Chart _ 6-26-16

I can just see the Wall Street and City (London) bankers scampering around like rats on a sinking ship today. And it is more than ironic that the former imperial power fired the first shot in the new global evolution that will sink the New World Order ship.

Here’s an example of it… an editorial in today’s Economist along with this torn Union Jack image (see Britain and the EU: A tragic split – http://econ.st/28R10SE).

The Economist, of course, is one of the oldest and the most loyal New World Order media whores. No wonder they are bellyaching about the start of disintegration of their Tower of Babel.


The truth of the matter is that the global bankers and their corporate partners in crime had eviscerated Britain (and other EU nations). So this ripped flag is more symbolic of the past and the present than the future. Now the British people have a chance to stitch it back together. As for the EU, its split is only beginning. Which is why I offer this modified Economist image.

UK EU f;ag

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The Statista organization put out an interesting graphic this morning of yesterday’s Brexit vote. It revealed “a stark split in the will of the population,” Statista said. The chart was a good visual summary of yesterday’s Brexit vote.

But to a student of history and geography it also revealed something else.  Yes, “BRITAIN DIVIDED” might be a good caption. But here’s a surprise: DIVIDED… ALONG HADRIAN’S WALL. Again. Just like 1,900 years ago…

Check out these images I have just updated…

So “the more the world changes, the more it stays the same” (Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr, 1808-1890).

Statista went on to say that “not a single area in Scotland voted to leave the EU with a total of 62 percent voting against the proposed Brexit.”

Which has inevitably led to calls for a second referendum on Scottish independence. Having narrowly voted against independence from the UK in 2014, the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, has said another vote is ‘highly likely’.

Today’s result might not just pull the United Kingdom out of the European Union, it may well end up tearing this divided nation apart.


Hadrian’s Wall (Latin: Vallum Aelium), also called the Roman Wall, Picts’ Wall, or Vallum Hadriani in Latin, was a defensive fortification in the Roman province of Britannia, begun in 122 AD in the reign of the emperor Hadrian. It ran from the banks of the River Tyne near the North Sea to the Solway Firth on the Irish Sea, and was the northern limit of the Roman Empire.Screen Shot 2016-06-24 at 11.04.37 AM

It had a stone base and a stone wall. There were milecastles with two turrets in between. There was a fort about every five Roman miles. From north to south, the wall comprised a ditch, wall, military way and vallum, another ditch with adjoining mounds. It is thought that the milecastles were staffed with static garrisons, whereas the forts had fighting garrisons of infantry and cavalry. In addition to the wall’s defensive military role, its gates may have been used as customs posts. (For more, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadrian%27s_Wall).

Although Hadrian’s biographer wrote “(Hadrian) was the first to build a wall 80 miles long to separate the Romans from the barbarians”, reasons for the construction of the wall vary, and no recording of an exact explanation survives.Theories have been presented by historians, mostly of an expression of Roman power and Hadrian’s policy of defence before expansion. On his accession to the throne in 117, Hadrian had been experiencing rebellion in Roman Britain and from the peoples of various conquered lands across the Empire, including Egypt, Judea, Libya and Mauritania.

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“Referendums are a bad thing, as is all this direct democracy” (quoting James Madison)


As I was following the voting results of the British Brexit referendum last night, I was reminded of the conversations I had in February 1992 with the last American ambassador to Yugoslavia, the late Warren Zimmermann. During the past two years he and I have gotten to know each other quite well. At least on the superficial level.

Our relationship started with my first visit to Yugoslavia in May 1989 after my 20-year self-imposed exile from that communist country.  At the time, the Serbian president the late Slobodan Milosevic had been refusing to receive the U.S. ambassador. Because of Zimmerman’s support of the Kosovo Albanians, I found out when I met with Milosevic at his office in January 1990. After a few more visits and conversations back and forth with both Milosevic and Zimmermann, Milosevic finally agreed to receive Zimmerman in Feb 1990. 

Zimmermann told me he grateful for helping open up the channels of communication between the two countries. And so seemed the U.S. government at the time.

Whenever I visited Belgrade after that, I used to meet with Zimmermann at his office at the U.S. embassy. Occasionally, the two of us would play tennis and have dinner with his wife at his Dedinje villa (the U.S. ambassador’s residence in the posh Belgrade suburb. This time, however, in February 1992, it was all business. I had just met with Milosevic as well, and was discussing the breakup of Yugoslavia with Zimmerman at his embassy office.

These are excerpts from my journal notes, published 8 years later (Oct 2000)… – http://www.truthinmedia.org/Bulletins2000/tim2000-10-7.html

Zimmerman Milosevic.jpg

Constitutional Lawyer Who Doesn’t Respect the Constitution

TiM Ed: All this wrangling about secessions and referendums brought back some old memories to this writer.  During a February 1992 meeting with Warren Zimmermann, former U.S. ambassador to former Yugoslavia, at his office at the U.S. embassy in Belgrade, one of the topics of our  conversation was the idea of a referendum to decide on the secession of the Serbian Krajina from Croatia, and/or on bringing the monarchy back to Serbia.  At the time, the Croatian war had just ended with a so-called Vance peace agreement, which ushered foreign troops under the UN blue helmets for the first time to the Balkans since the end of WW II.

Dr. Milan Babic was president of Republic of Serbian Krajina (RSK) back then, the name of the territory the Serb minority in Croatia controlled.  At first a Milosevic man, Babic was starting go show some backbone at the time, balking at the deployment of the UN troops, among his other objections.  So Zimmermann had been urging Milosevic to remove Babic from power (which is what eventually happened).

Anyway, Zimmermann, a Yale graduate (and a member of CFR – Council on Foreign Relations – the ultimate globalist institution in the U.S.), argued vehemently against referendums of any kind – both on whether or not to return the monarchy or on the Republic of Serbian Krajina secession from Croatia.  He said that such direct democracy was a bad idea.  And he cited James Madison in support of that.

“James Madison once said that referendums are a bad thing, as is all this direct democracy,” is a direct Zimmermann quote from this writer’s diary notes.

(If you want to understand why Madison may have said that, check out the Truth in Media article about the Origins of the Electoral College in the U.S.  Basically, he and the other Founding Fathers didn’t think much of democracy. Period. Because they didn’t trust the masses to make wise decisions.  That’s why they created the Electoral College to elect the President, modeling in on the College of Cardinals that elects the Pope).

DJURDJEVIC: No wonder the rats are scampering about trying to save the sinking ship after the Brexit vote. God forbid, they must think, true democracy is being born in the U.K.

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This Writer’s 1995 Prediction Starting to Come True



“Not since the fall of the Soviet Union (in 1991) has there been a world event as important as this one,” I told Elizabeth before we sat down to dinner this evening.

It is 5:51 AM in the U.K. at this moment. Still dark over there. But a new dawn has already risen over the former empire on which the sun had never set.

The overnight tallies of the Brexit vote have shown that a majority of British people want to leave the European Union. With 52% to 48% and 90% of the votes counted, the Brits want to “LEAVE EU”.                                              (Truth in Media editorial, June 23, 2016)

In late November 1995, I was stuck at the Paris Charles de Gaulle airport by a combination of yet another transportation workers strike and dense fog. The Dayton Accords had just been signed. The war in Bosnia was over.  But other wars were already being planned by the New World Order ruling “elite,” grand mobsters in truth.

As war correspondent in the past six years, I had learned that the trick to both survival and getting to the real truth lay in knowing where the next action is going to take place. And then getting there before other reporters do. greenint

So I was on my way to Belgrade. And then maybe again back to Bosnia. Alas, here I was, stuck in the Paris strike and fog.  Before leaving on this trip, I had just finished one of the seminal pieces about the next war – The “Green Interstate”.  It showed that Kosovo would be the next NWO target and that ultimately most of the Balkans would become a NATO dominion.  The map on the right, published with that story, graphically describes the geopolitical reasons for it, and the Muslim expansion into the heart of Europe.

But through the fog of Paris another vision emerged as clear as a bell. This is what I wrote down in my hotel room at Charles de Gaulle airport the evening of Nov 29, 1995:


By Bob Djurdjevic

The Only Question When and How Will the U.S. Break Up, Not If

PARIS, Nov. 29, 1995 – “What’s happening in Bosnia is going to happen in the U.S., too,” a highly decorated American veteran of foreign wars told me during our recent discussion in New York. America will split up, he predicted.

He was right. Our country is a ticking time bomb. Just like Bosnia was…

Why would the U.S. break up?

Two reasons.

First, demographic forces similar to those which have torn Bosnia asunder are present in the U.S., too. Second, a technological revolution is under way which will accelerate the process, and will forever change the way we think and work. There is only one kind of a country which is secession-proof. It’s a homogeneous single-ethnic state. The U.S. isn’t it.                                                (Truth in Media, Nov 1995)

I had also created this map to illustrate my point and suggested possible ways in which the U.S. would break up.


When I returned home from this 1995 wartime trip, I reworked this Truth in Media editorial into a WASHINGTON TIMES column, which the paper’s editors retitled into “When Cultures Collide…” (Aug 1996).


Fast-forwarding to the Brexit vote and the current timeframe, we are starting to see evidence of the British vote having a tectonic effect of causing cracks in monolithic political structures the New World Order global “elite” (mobsters) have been building for decades. Just as I said in that June 23 editorial while the last of the Brexit votes were still being counted:

“Not since the fall of the Soviet Union (in 1991) has there been a world event as important as this one,” I told Elizabeth before we sat down to dinner that evening.

From Brexit to Texit? Renewed calls for Texas secession after EU vote, CBS News reported two days later (June 25).

These countries could be next now that Britain has left the E.U., the Washington Post also chimed in with this map of Europe.

And then this morning, a friend posted this cartoon on my FB timeline, implying California’s possible exit toward Mexico. Which actually inspired this editorial comment.

“CA M’EXIT implies exit back to Mexico,” I explained to my FB friend. “Since 2000, the whites (non-Hispanic/Latino) have been a shrinking minority (now at 40%). And since 2014, the Latinos have been the largest ethnic group. What’s missing in this cartoon, however, is TEXIT. Will try to add it… 🙂 Texas is the second largest state in the U.S. after California.”

So I reworked that cartoon into one that more accurately reflects the future prospects in our country.

Bottom line?

NO MULTIETHNIC COUNTRY SECESSION-PROOF. Just as I said back in November 1995, while holed up in my Paris hotel room due to fog and strike.

If anything, things are unraveling faster than I had predicted.  I thought the U.S. breakup would occur by year 2050. But our country’s ethnic quilt is already fraying at the edges. The very populous edges, as you can see from the map.

So Britain’s new dawn may be already illuminating parts of the U.S. As I said in that June 23 editorial, “Let us toast the courage and the wisdom of the British people! They fired the first shot in this global revolution against the New World Order. Let us hope it was not in vain.”


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