The Road To A No-Deal Brexit Dec 24, 2018 18:32:46 GMT 1
Post by Progenitor A on Dec 24, 2018 18:32:46 GMT 1
With the aid of extremist Remainers we are now on the road to a no-deal Brexit.
The Withdrawal Agreement screwed Britain. Even if the EU remove the totally unacceptable backstop clauses, Britain is still screwed by the agreement. We have volunteered to give the EU £39 billion for very, very little in return. We are certainly not guaranteed a fair trading deal by the agreement – the trade agreement is still to come.
The Withdrawal Agreement has been a triumph for the EU negotiators. This is because of two factors, the incompetence of the British Negotiating Team and the undermining of the British negotiations by Remain politicians in positions of influence. The EU has been repeatedly told by these Remainers to 'stand firm and Britain will come to heel'.
There has been a constant stream of these politician travelling to Brussels with the purpose of undermining Britain. Briefings have been repeatedy given to EU officials by politicians such as Blair, Clegg, Cable, Campbell, Soubry, Adonis, Grieve, Mandelson; AC Grayling has been a constant in these briefings that undermine the British Negotiation position. No doubt the appalling Chris Patten has done his bit too.
There seems little room for doubt that these briefing and lobbying activities have persuaded (if they needed persuading)the EU to take a hard-line in the negotiation with Britain
But worse, much worse lies ahead for Britain. If an amended withdrawal Agreement is passed by Parliament, we then enter into the Trade Treaty Negotiations.
These must receive the agreement of all 27 EU nations. With the EU Commission taking a hard-line at the prompting of our Remainers, and France already having signalled it will not agree to a Trade Treaty unless we give France full access to our fishing seas, and Spain saying is requires agreement on sovereignty of Gibraltar before a trade deal, we are in for a very prolonged and very bitter series of negotiations with probably repeated humiliations for Britain.
Already some 'moderate'(Remain) Cabinet Ministers are reportedly expressing concern at the difficult position Britain will find itself in during these negotiations. It is reported that they are expressing some quiet support for a no-deal exit where we will retain the £39 Billion and make mutual arrangements with individual EU countries to minimise the disruption of a no-deal exit, and then negotiate a trade deal from a position of strength. They ponder that a no-deal exit will be less problematic for Britain that a trade deal with individual EU states making their own demands, the Commission taking a hard-line, and the influential Remainers undermining the talks
So the road to a no-Brexit deal is becoming clearly signed