Londoners Ask Emir Sadiq Khan to Secede from Britain

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jun. 24, 2016

Foreign occupiers living in the majority-minority city of Londonistan are calling for a break from Britain so they can turn the once beautiful capital into a Third World cesspit.

Via Mirror Online:
Londoners have called for the capital of England to breakaway away from the rest of Britain following today's vote to leave the European Union.

The city went against the national trend by voting in favour of Remain - unlike vast swathes of the north of England and some Tory heartlands in the south.

More than 2.2million London voters backed Remain compared to 1.5million in favour of Leave.

The Leave vote hit the City of London particularly hard as a day of horror saw billions wiped off FTSE 100 shares.

Frustrated Londoners have now taken to social media to ask London mayor Sadiq Khan to declare the city independent from the rest of the UK and stay in the EU.

London voted to remain in the EU - unlike vast swathes of England

Richard Crowest tweeted: "London, of course, voted overwhelmingly to stay. So, the campaign starts here. Independence for London within the EU!"

Fearghal Kelly added: "Currently wishing London was surrounded by water #IndependenceForLondon."

A petition on Change.org started by James O'Malley states: "London is an international city, and we want to remain at the heart of Europe.

"Let's face it - the rest of the country disagrees. So rather than passive aggressively vote against each other at every election, let's make the divorce official and move in with our friends on the continent."
While I could rant about this myself, I think the commenters on the article show which way the wind is blowing and confirm my analysis from last night about how the fall of London was a massive wake up call native Brits.



The times are changing folks.

Europeans are rediscovering themselves world wide.



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