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A Brexit vision

It has been pathetic hasn’t it, watching May and her government lie to us and back-peddle on Brexit. We’ve seen ‘project fear’ again used as a means to justify a soft Brexit and continued subservience to the EU.

Occasionally,  we read about the potential opportunities of Brexit, if only we had the vision: well here is my Brexit vision.

Globalism is something that was always going to happen, what with cheap air travel, modern communications and the Internet it was always just a question of time before we all got mixed up a bit.

The problem with globalism isn’t globalism itself, it’s globalists, a tiny minority of people that would like to control a globalised world to their exclusive advantage.

As I’ve written in previous articles, in my travels around the world, I’d always noticed the ghost of an empire. Many people around the world were glad to get their countries back, as we would be now, but they were still comfortable doing business with us.

The Commonwealth countries were a bit hurt and upset by our treatment of them, but I always got the feeling they’d forgive us and welcome us back.

Upon us winning the Brexit referendum my feelings were proved to be correct, countries from all over the world were queuing up to sign trade deals and do business with us. Of course our government has seen fit to squander these opportunities and keep us tied to the EU.

Here is an interesting video, it’s about an hour but worth watching: “What Caused The Great Depression? | Lawrence W. Reed and Stefan Molyneux”

As Lawrence and Molyneux point out, it is the Federal Reserve and government intervention that caused The Great Depression through massive credit expansion and other market manipulations.

We’re in a very similar situation today; it just hasn’t fully manifested itself yet. These episodes are usually punctuated with war and I keep my fingers crossed The Donald can avoid this and steer the US economy through.

The problems though are caused by globalists, Central Banks, certain politicians and intra national organisations like The European Union and the United Nations that would like to manipulate a rapidly globalising world to their own ends.

We’ve certainly seen the Democrats in the US, certain UK and European politicians beat the drums of war against Russia. Putin very wisely decided he didn’t want the EU on his doorstep as shown by events in the Ukraine.

The economic and financial world will probably look very different a few years down the road though. It is very possible that the US will succumb to its massive multi trillion dollars of debt, its reserve currency status and petrodollar will have to compete with the petroyuan.

It’s usual during these financial depressions for the reserve currency to relocate and I still think that Trump is the best man to see the US through this. Trump is a skilled businessman and he will have to realign the US economy.

China and  Russia are accumulating thousands of tons of gold and along with Iran and a growing list of other countries, are preparing to trade oil and other commodities in Yuan. China is also developing and investing trillions of Yuan in its New Silk Road.

Thinking strategically, it seems that there are developments in the world economy that will, perhaps after some years of economic and possibly military turmoil, leave Europe looking rather small and isolated. Particularly the EU will be isolated if it insists on building an army (which we should have no part of) and getting involved in a war against Russia.

Britain I feel, if free of the EU and allowed to trade on truly free global markets, will be in a very strong trading position. So much of the world has been enthusiastic to sign trade deals with us, the Commonwealth the US, much of Asia and free of the EU, I’m sure Russia too.

All of these countries have done business with us before. In a rapidly changing world old contacts and acquaintances are still valuable, Britain has the potential to be a very successful and important trading nexus.

Russia will be a big part of this realigned world economy and understandably may be very reluctant to form close trading ties with the EU. Perhaps in a few years the EU will be on bended knees to us for a trade deal or maybe we’ll sign trade deals with European countries as they leave the EU?

Properly handled and with strategic vision and management the UK has enormous potential, but it seems the blinkered Theresa May would rather keep us tied to the globalists, the New World Order that is really the Old World Order, an Old World Order with a history of periodically ruining and killing millions of people in pursuit of its own interests and wealth.

The EU itself just does not work economically; it was always politically driven and if we don’t break free we’ll be dragged down with it.

So there’s my vision for Brexit. You may have yours – fair enough; things are unlikely to pan out just as I have suggested.

However, the important point is the difference between globalisation and being dominated by globalists, people that would like to mould a globalising world to their sole advantage.

Globalists in the UK include not only Theresa May and her government but the whole of the LibLabCon. I’ve had enough of them and I hope you have too.

I’m very sure that the future of Britain is as a dynamic and independent trading nation, UKIP and could still be a huge driving force behind our independent trading future.

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About flyer (56 Articles)
I'm not living in the UK at the moment, and I'm an ex university lecturer in IT and MBA. I don't belong to any political party but if I was in the UK I'd be with UKIP.

12 Comments on A Brexit vision

  1.   In a bid to regain the initiative on Brexit after a rocky few weeks during which Cabinet tensions came to the surface, Prime Minister Theresa May is set to make two keynote addresses. The propaganda surrounding Brexit is fierce and attempting to manipulate the public into accepting the EU’s dictatorial control over the UK.   Brexiteers are likened to Nazis, while control of the UK is celebrated by those who peddle globalism and tyranny.

  2. Theresa May has no ‘vision’, only the vision of her globalist puppet masters.
    Your vision Flyer is one I also share; the irony is that us Brexiters were often accused of being ‘inward-looking’, when the truth is that those seeking to maintain the status quo and keep us in the EU are the most inward-looking of all.

  3. Flyer – good article,
    shame there is a wall of politicians and media whxxxs determined to prevent your outlined vision being realised.

  4. Good. Someone trying to look ahead. To something other than promotion. Try someof these. Instead of HS2.

    A Midland Circle train line going thru Brum, Potteries, Manchester, Derby,Nottingham, Bolton, Sheffield Wolverhampton,Leeds, Halifax and 20 others with a cost less than Crossrail or HS2 and a population greater than London.. Ready and waiting. Existing rail and stations As fast as comfortable and as convenient as the underground.For a fraction of the cost.

    A Cruise liner without passengers but,carrying trading retailers and stock , calling round the world. As a sort of travelling NEC Spring Fair. Trump the Silk Road.

    Deep water Ports on the East and North coasts, With those on the west coast. With Infrastuctures, and connections. To provide for future Great circle routes to Russia, China, and the pacific by great circle routes to the Atlantic ports. Drake would have done that by now. The Ice has already gone, and look at us. Giving away the fishing.

  5. I like the road signs up above but think the EU one should be pointing down towards ‘Hell’.

  6. “Globalists in the UK include not only Theresa May and her government but the whole of the LibLabCon”.
    How right!.
    Most of these people are driven by their own self-interest, they are not ideologically driven. Its easier and smarter to go along with the game than challenge it.
    When it is in their self-interest they will take another tack – principle rarely comes into it, staying in power does. Lib/Lab/Con are businesses offering very lucrative careers and pensions.
    It is our job in UKIP to bring about that change through the ballot box as we did with the Brexit vote.
    We must push on with a manifesto of common sense policies under a credible leader.

  7. Flyer, I am very pleased to see your inclusion of The Commonwealth in your vision. I think enough water has passed under the bridge by now for the colonial power and the colonies to accept what was is the past is past, and that there is much merit in collaboration to the benefit of all 53 countries and 2.2B people. The Commonwealth Games are not known as the “Friendly Games” for nothing.

    Every time I have looked at The Commonwealth (the organisation) I have never found any animosity based on our colonial history. Their vision for the future is one of collaboration to the benefit of all, a policy of “trade not aid” and to exploit the “Commonwealth advantage” which gives a significant saving in the non-tariff costs of trade where both countries are Commonwealth countries.

    So more strength to the UKIP Policy of out of the EU and into the World, and the most attractive part of the World for the UK is the Commonwealth.

    And in conclusion, I would much rather see the UK look to India than China.

    • I have just been listening to the BBC World at One; they had a long feature on the EU Medicines Agency and the implications upon our leaving the EU. The tone reflected the narrow minded, inward looking and unimaginative viewpoint that comes with believing the future for the UK upon leaving the EU is dominated by the “deal” the UK manages to agree with the EU.

      Two points emerged: size of customer base for manufactures (big is better for encouraging R&D); Legal regulatory authority.

      Rather than fiddling about trying to get the best of the “bad” deal on leaving an EU body there was no mention of a far more attractive alternative, which is for the UK to set up a Commonwealth Medicines Agency with four times the potential customer base [there is already a UK Medicines Agency]. While the UK may well be the hub of such an organisation it does not follow that all the work of the organisation has to be done in the UK. There are many other Commonwealth countries that can play a part, all working together to a common good for the Commonwealth as a whole.

      The internet makes inter-continental collaboration increasing easy and effective, especially with a common language.

      So, instead of the UK being side-lined by the much larger rump-EU, on the contrary the EU will be in a position of having to seek collaborative arrangements with the much larger Commonwealth organisation.

      As to the legal basis of operation, instead of the ECJ it will come under UK law, which all Commonwealth countries are more in step with due to their colonial past.

      And on a similar theme, who cares if the UK is to be shunned with regard to the European Capital of Culture! We can have the Commonwealth Capital of Culture.

  8. I like the “Brexit Vision” article. Bilderberg wasn’t mentioned and it would be easy to imagine the Davos conference had more than one agenda. Any sensible Billionaire would be manipulating global markets to perpetuate their wealth and influence. I am afraid that the human condition will always destroy any chance to create a world order based on openness and honesty and fairness.

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