Bilderberg: Elites Panic as Brexit Takes 10% Lead

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger waves after receiving an award during a ceremony at the Pentagon honoring his diplomatic career May 9, 2016 in Washington, DC. / AFP PHOTO / Brendan Smialowski
Despite European Union elites, including some Bilderberg attendees, negotiating a deal with Turkey to temporarily suspend Middle East immigrants pouring into the EU until after the June 23 Brexit vote, UK voters now favor leaving the EU by 10 percent. The influx of migrants from the war-torn Middle East and North Africa has put a huge strain on Europe. To address the tsunami of destitute and potentially dangerous immigrants, the European Union cut a deal with Turkey to drastically slow the tide. According to Stratfor Global Intelligence, the tentative deal struck between Turkey and the EU on March 18 gave Ankara an extra $3 billion in aid, accelerated its EU membership talks and eased visa restrictions for Turkish citizens after June. Ankara in return, agreed to keep migrants from passing through their borders on the way to the Continent and to take back any migrants who made it to Europe after the deal’s implementation on March 20. To discourage further illegal immigration from Syria, the parties agreed to “resettle” one legal Syrian refugee from Turkey for each Syrian non-refugee deported from Greece. Since talks with Turkey began, the flow of Middle East migrants to Europe has shriveled from about 70,000 reaching