The largest Newspaper in Belize just released an article warning its citizens to start preparing for the imminent collapse of the EU and the onset of WWIII. Interesting how countries all over the world are reporting on the inevitable collapse of the EU. Why isn’t the US?
I’ve mentioned well before the Brexit vote this event is much more that a vote to stay or leave. This was a vote for humanity. Regardless if Britain succeeds in completing all the necessary steps and actually does exit the EU is almost of secondary importance.
What’s most important to take away from this is the fact that follows. The initial shot across the bow has been fired. Soon there will be several other countries that follow in Britain’s footsteps. There will be more referendums following. Yes the EU is dead and if all it took was Britain leaving to prove it guess what it was dead anyways.
Once the vote was tallied and Britain decided to leave soon after it became blatantly obvious that the EU had been lying. They’ve been spreading fear propaganda on every form of media possible promoting scare tactics in an attempt to sway the voter’s decision into staying. Well it backfired and now you’re hearing a different tune. The new tune overheard around the EU is “we may have been mistaken” and apparently it’s rather catchy. It’s because of this others will follow.
Remember Obama’s outlandish statement Britain would go to the ‘back of the queue’ when it comes to US trade deals if it leaves the EU
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A few short weeks later quoting Obama “The people of the United Kingdom have spoken, and we respect their decision. The special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom is enduring,” He added: “The United Kingdom and the European Union will remain indispensable partners of the United States even as they begin negotiating their ongoing relationship to ensure continued stability, security, and prosperity for Europe, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the world.”
The US no longer retains the power they once did just a few decades ago. A few weeks later and if the exit comes to fruition already there are eight other countries or nations wanting to discuss various trade deals with the UK! The UK not Brussels! If the saying “what a difference a day makes” ever needed a poster child promoting its legitimacy this would have to be it.
The world is beginning to realize what should be fairly obvious. The US no longer control’s the world’s trade. They’re merely one of the gears in the transmission. A big gear perhaps but still just a gear. Without the oil and the rest of the gears meshing it’s going nowhere.
“In the long-term, Brexit will herald a major growth-boosting period, as the UK breaks free of the over-mighty EU with its protectionist mindset and establishes free trade and intelligent regulation aimed at UK economic interests,” said Patrick Minford, Professor of Applied Economics at Cardiff Business School.
The UK will eventually develop market independence! They will become Europe’s Trade center. This is something that the UK has been unable to do for more than two decades because all trade deals have been negotiated by Brussels, not London. If the sever succeeds no longer will this hold true.
I won’t bother mentioning who will be the last man standing in the fight for survival between the Pound and the Euro. The EU knows this and it’s one of the biggest reasons their scare tactics were used in the first place. The Euro will suffer a slow agonizing illness and eventually succumb to its death. The pound will survive and the UK will eventually be known as the new business center of Europe.
In a recent release of “Casey’s Dailey Dispatch” prominent investor/ entrepreneur Doug Casey posted some personal thoughts on what the Brexit means for Britain. The following are a few quotes from the post.
“On June 23, the UK had a referendum in which 52% of voters opted to leave the European Union. I applaud Britain for leaving the corrupt, costly, and dysfunctional EU. It may be the best thing that’s happened to Europe since the end of World War 2. And, I think, it signals the start of some major new trends.”
Casey continues “Europeans could have had all the benefits of free trade simply by eliminating all import duties and quotas—a very simple and costless solution. Having duties and quotas amount to putting your own country under embargo. They increase the costs and decrease the availability of foreign goods and services; that lowers a country’s competitiveness while decreasing its standard of living. It sounds insane.”
And finally “The EU has reduced the standard of living of the average European. But perhaps its creation was inevitable since the average European is overwhelmingly socialist or fascist in philosophy. They seem to love the idea of government, as big, and strong, and with as many layers as possible. But the bigger and more complex any organization gets, the more likely it is to fail. My prediction that the Continent will one day just be a giant petting zoo for the Chinese is intact—assuming the current wave of migrants approve.”
While the Brexit manifestation is attention-grabbing when paralleled to the apparent course NATO is heading towards is a rather mild development. If NATO actually does go ahead and install these missile bases near Russia’s boarders understand its America who’ll be guilty of launching what might be a full scale nuclear confrontation.
Putin is merely protecting his people. It’s America who’s taking the offensive position! All along their citizens take a blind eye to truth while the media’s twist it into something along the lines of Russia Wants War! Look how close they put their country to our military bases. I’ll be covering this in greater detail on my next posts. Right now we as a species are faced with a situation far greater than the cold war and you’d be well served by understanding this or very soon we all might be little more than pink slime.
Whether Putin ever said the following comment or not is of little significance. “Negotiating with Obama is like playing chess with a pigeon. The pigeon knocks over all the pieces, shits on the board, and then struts around like it won the game.” A higher validation to understanding the importance of this is so often the truth is somehow interpreted as an insult. Once a powerful ego has been stabbed it often retaliates in destructive ways. Until next time.