Sir Michael Caine stuns globalists with his comments about Brexit

The mainstream media attempted to paint Brits who voted for Brexit as ignorant nativists.

Many laughed when Google Trends announced “What is the EU?” was the second top UK search after the results were announced.

That’s why Sir Michael Caine recent comments outraged globalists at home and abroad.

Sky News reports:

Sir Michael Caine has said he is confident Britain’s exit from the EU “will be alright” and that British people have voted for “freedom”.

The film star told Sky News: “I think it will be alright.

“I voted for Brexit … what it is with me, I’d rather be a poor master than a rich servant.”

“It wasn’t about the racism, immigrants or anything, it was about freedom.”

“Politics is always chaotic.

“In politics you’re always going into areas you’ve never been before, so you’re going to get lost and then you’re going to find your way, and then it’ll be alright.”

Speaking to BBC 4 several months before the vote, Caine elaborated his views on the European Union:

“To me, I think what you have in Europe is a government-by-proxy of everybody who has now got carried away. I think that, unless there are some extremely significant changes we should get out. I feel certain we should come out.”

The yearning for nation states to reclaim its national sovereignty is leaving globalists stunned worldwide.

And they’re now doing their best to discredit other anti-globalist politicians like Marine Le Pen in France.

In a recent interview with Anderson Cooper for 60 minutes, Cooper began the interview by stating flatly, “The polls say you can’t win.”

Le Pen laughs it off before countering that they’re saying that less often today.

Le Pen goes on challenge globalism head-on:

Globalization has become an ideology with no constraints. And now, nations are forcing themselves back into the debate. Nations with borders we control, with people that we listen to, with real economies, not Wall Street economies, but rather factories and farmers. And this goes against this unregulated globalization, wild, savage globalization.