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Zero Anthropology: The World Changed Overnight

Editor’s Note: When I penned the series on Jade Helm 15 for Oath Keepers last year (2015) I included some material from Zero Anthropology. I was so impressed with their material that I subscribed to their email list.  Glad that I did. Here is an example of analytical writing which transcends the worn-out “Left-Right” paradigm and goes straight to the core of meaning which is generally hidden in the opaque American mass media. The people of Great Britain have voted to leave the European Union, much to the chagrin of the globalizing socialist bankers. Enjoy this excellent piece of journalism by Maximilian C. Forte.

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The World Changed Overnight

by Maximilian C. Forte

The European Union is now to be written as a postscript. Thanks to British voters, who were given an extremely rare chance to have a say on the biggest issues affecting their lives, who were allowed a rare vote on the fate of globalization and neoliberal practice, we are treated to the celebration of a world where sovereignty still matters. Far from a thing of the past, self-determination will now remake the world of the immediate future. The stern advice, dire warnings, commanding lectures, and even threats offered by a plethora of financial elites, economists, a whole range of academic experts and European and US political leaders, came to naught.

When it comes to taking back local control, for citizens to decide on which systems should be allowed to determine their life chances, when it comes to self-determination the UK has now gone to the front of the queue.

The status quo is the status quit.

The key words are: out, leave, exit. Globalization’s tense is increasingly becoming past tense.

Convention has been up ended, and what was deemed unlikely, even impossible, just a few short months ago has instead come to pass. Elites, experts, commanders, and opinion-shapers of the ruling strata have all failed. They have been rejected. What was presumed to be inevitable about a global future, has now been proven false. The distrust and disdain of disillusioned voters, long sold false promises and told to suck it up when bitter reality struck, has finally taken the form of a decisive counter punch. As I argued previously, neoliberal globalization has entered a terminal phase.

It is terribly rare that I have such good news to report. Critical of Eurocentrism as one may be, it is important to understand that there is a centre to world capitalism, and one of the core areas of this centre has experienced a stunning revolt, and largely without all of the fanfare of an Occupy movement, without the public spectacle of an Arab Spring, and without the frenzy of a Colour Revolution. Neither was this a politics of left versus right—this distinction became blurrier and less tenable in the UK as it has in the US….


Indeed, Barack Obama went to the UK and threatened those supporting a British exit from the EU (Brexit), telling them the UK would be sent to the back of the queue if they voted to leave:

“I think it’s fair to say that maybe some point down the line, there might be a UK-U.S. trade agreement, but it’s not going to happen anytime soon, because our focus is in negotiating with a big bloc, the European Union, to get a trade agreement done, and the UK is going to be in the back of the queue — not because we don’t have a special relationship, but because, given the heavy lift on any trade agreement, us having access to a big market with a lot of countries — rather than trying to do piecemeal trade agreements is hugely inefficient”.


From its conception, the EU project was the height of democratic elitism and of hegemony by stealth. As one of its founding intellectuals, Jean Monnet, envisioned, “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the Super-state without their people understanding what is happening”. Instead, they have not only understood, they have decided.

Next time—with next time arriving in a matter of minutes—that you hear a campaigner loudly declare that “it’s time to take our country back,” it would be unwise to dismiss it. My own sense of the shape of things to come in the near future on this side of the Atlantic — ….— is that while the Brexit campaign cannot be directly mapped onto Trump’s America First movement, they share much in common despite several differences. What Brexit does do is put Hillary Clinton (and the “order” that she chose to represent) in the same frame with decline, defeat, and loss. Hillary Clinton now represents not a globalist inevitability, but an assumed future that is now a has been. Clinton’s world has just changed, and it has changed in the direction heralded by her adversary. History is now his side, if we want to speak in such terms. Now it’s up to Hillary Clinton, and her powerful financial and militarist backers, to explain how their plan is tenable in a world environment that rejects it from the very centres of international political and economic power. Hillary Clinton thus represents what is in fact a losing proposition. It has lost.


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Elias Alias, editor


Elias Alias

Editor in Chief for Oath Keepers; Unemployed poet; Lover of Nature and Nature's beauty. Slave to all cats. Reading interests include study of hidden history, classical literature. Concerned Constitutional American. Honorably discharged USMC Viet Nam Veteran. Founder, TheMentalMilitia.Net



    1. Not I, good Sir; not I. I was not even able to predict the British vote to vacate the EU, and I certainly do not have an economics-centric crystal ball. One of the last things you’ll ever see me do is predict “when” a collapse will happen. If you have anything solid about an impending crash, feel free to post here.
      On a more positive note, and in noticing what today’s date is, we will not have to wait very long now to see if the rumor is correct. 😉


    2. Well, as we see the stock market didn’t crash. But I do expect widespread waves from the Brexit, which I was thrilled to see happen.

  1. The world will definitely be different after the voting, but how much different? Maybe the difference will be only minimal? Or maybe we will not feel the difference at all? I think we should stop panicking about it and just enjoy the ride and be ready for anything.
    I hope that it will not affect my business(delivery of padded envelopes etc.) and that the breakdown of the EU will not start a war of some sorts. on…

  2. This is a great day for patriotism and national identity. The Globalist agenda to water down and destroy our culture as well as the vast individual cultures of Europe just suffered a huge set back. The EU toaster police have met their end.

    We will now see the EU completely implode. The duff in the White House making a threat at the Brits once again comes down on the wrong side of the people.

  3. This is a small victory, in the fight against Globalism. I do, however, think it’s not the end of the EU, nor is it it a decisive win for the UK. May i remind us all, on the number of referendums the Greeks voted for the same, and are still enslaved by the EU? We have to also remember, that these people have been working on this One World Government for 100 plus years, they will not just give up over this slight setback.

  4. I’m willing to bet that the old worn out deck is being replaced by a new deck previous to the new dealer arriving to shuffling the cards, then deal the last several hands till “game over”.

  5. The world is so perplexing and complicated for the common man. JI see what has happened as a good thing; a move in the right direction. But I’m wondering just how far has Britain moved in the direction of sovereignty? I’m thinking not that much. I may be missing something here but I see the globalist agenda as having different regions or zones. Each zone would be identified by governance and economics but all zones would ultimately be governed by a central world body. So, in the long term, stepping away from the region or zone does not free you from world governance or world economics. My thoughts are: Until a nation frees itself from the United Nations and the central banking system, it is in reality no closer to true sovereignty. Any steps other than the two I have identified give only the illusion of moving towards true sovereignty. I wish someone smarter than me could devise a sovereignty matrix that would clearly identify how close a nation is to true sovereignty. If you can visualize Britain as being one chess piece on the side of sovereignty and they have moved back away from globalism. Now its globalism’s turn. What will their move be? Their collective mind is focused on the end game.

    1. Yoda,,, good point.. The puppet may have left the stage but the puppet master still holds the strings..I get a gut feeling they may do something real nasty to scare folks back into submission… Not a doom and gloomer but the rat got slapped and the rat has rabies….

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