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March 16, 2016 -- Britain is gearing up for a major plebiscite in June. 

Britons will go to the polls to decide if they want their nation to stay in the European Union or exit, or "Brexit."

While globalists are pressing to remain in the union, nationalist — led largely by The UK Independence Party (UKIP) — want to exit the union. 

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Surprisingly, the exit movement is being bolstered by black and Middle Eastern voters. The far left has long supported non-white immigration into Europe, expecting non-whites to support the globalist agenda. 

However, many migrants fear that additional immigrants will negatively affect their enhanced lifestyle and, consequently, are supporting controlled borders and brexit. 

Prime Minister David Cameron announced a referendum date of Thursday, June 23rd, 2016


MILLIONS of black and Asian voters could be swayed into voting for Britain to leave the European Union (EU) over feelings the bloc is "anti-black".

Race equality activists said they felt excluded from the Brexit debate and their votes are "up for grabs", raising questions about the reliability of opinion polls which suggest the majority of ethnic minority and black voters would vote to stay in the EU.

There has been widespread anger in black and ethnic minority communities over increased migration from eastern Europe to the UK and support from neo-Nazis in Europe.

Simon Woolley, of Operation Black Vote, which encourages more black people to vote, said neither the In or Out camps had targeted minority communities.

He said: "For months we've been excluded from this debate, but it's clear our votes are up for grabs and could make a difference."

The campaigner said two factors were encouraging anti-EU feeling.

He said: "One is a longstanding feeling the European project has been anti-black - we've seen the emergence of far-right groups, some of them pretty nasty.

"Added to that is that many black people feel they're competing for jobs with eastern Europeans.

"The two things come together in the feeling among some that the 'EU is really not right for us'."

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