Author Topic: WTO is not crashing out, it's opening the door.  (Read 125 times)

Offline Billy Brexit

WTO is not crashing out, it's opening the door.
« on: March 12, 2019, 09:42:41 AM »
I'm so fed up with incorrect emotive names that are given to actions surrounding Brexit.

The first it the term "Brexit". It means leaving the European Union. There are no variants of this - leave means leave, and this was explained to us in the referendum, and it is what we voted for.

"Hard Brexit". This is a term that is used to replace the descriptive word "Brexit", and it is intended to disparage the wonderful opportunities of that result from the UK regaining its independence.

"Soft Brexit". This is a term used to describe remaining in the European Union, and being subject to its regulation without having a vote in its parliament.

"Crashing out". This is the expression used to describe the results of appointing a remainer British Empire puppet as prime minister. The 2 years that should have been spent in creating trade agreements between countries and companies has been squandered in trying to reverse the democratic decision to leave. The 2 years has also been spent in continuing to leech assets to  try to salvage the profligate European Union.

"The Hard border" This refers to the creation of a red herring that has been introduced to deflect attention from the more serious and damaging issues. My understanding is that the Irish have sorted out the arrangement for their country, and The EU and the E/O elite are interfering and winding everybody up over it. It is constantly stated that Ireland is the only land border between the EU and the UK. This is not true, and Gibraltar is conveniently ignored. This is predictable as Gibraltar is a British Commonwealth tax haven that is used to hide their assets and income through a complex structure of trusts.

"The European Union", This has been described as a moustache on the face of the Bildeberg elite, and current report and actions do seem to give some credence to this.

"Falling off a cliff". This is a term that has been used to describe a true Brexit, so let us reflect on this. In order to fall off a cliff, you have to be led to the cliff edge, and the EU has been leading the UK up a hill to the edge of a cliff since 1970. Once one realises that one is on the edge of a cliff, then there are three options. You can walk along the edge and try to avoid the crumbling bits, and this is what we have been doing for the last two years. You can turn and head towards the verdant pastures we left when we started to climb the EU hill. You can stay on the cliff edge until the cliff crumbles, or a treasonous prime minister pushes you over into an unknown abyss.

"The falling pound is bad". In fact a falling pound is good for the economy, and it expands our export potential. One of the reasons for the creation of the Euro was to prevent the revaluation of the German currency. By combining the deutschemark with weaker European currencies, Germany was able to expand its industry at the expense of the other EU countries. Another example is China. China kept the value of the Renminbi at an artificially low level by selling it and buying US treasuries and other overseas assets. This allowed them to continue expanding their economy, and avoid the normal adjustments from currency movements.