Any deal’s a bad deal

Beeb’s leading with this [couldn’t be bothered linking]:

Any Brexit deal will hit UK economy – government paper

Of course it will but that can be taken two ways. Firstly, the bald fact that it would, by definition, harm Britain. The Beeb and its masters mean that therefore, no Brexit or soft Brexit is best.

No, it doesn’t mean that at all – it means we need to walk away now, not in 2019, with no deal at all, then make bilateral agreements with all and sundry around the world, especially with the Commonwealth.

Something to consider:

European nations of course are going to continue trading – what the hell is in May’s mind? Our aim is to collapse the EU closed market and that will happen with us out.

The mistake is in actually listening to those scumbags in the EU.

The huge issue is the welfare bill, the debt. The EU and other world money covers it at this moment, having stolen that money in the first place. Now the money stays in the UK and goes to the NHS and welfare in the interim, to honour agreed payments.

But it takes a proper leader to do it and the only one at this time is JRM. He’s still young enough too.

May, Carney, Hammond though and their EU/UN masters – they have an entirely different scenario and it was stated by Svali in 2000 – they will call in debts, the bastards, personal debts and wreck interest rates, collapse the economy – so yes, I’d agree with Blocked Dwarf here – but it’s temporary.

These evil muvvers think they can then usher in an SDR time period and morph to socialism [which is what the EU is about anyway], we know it will not be because there’ll be global bilateral trade.

Someone pointed out that the pound will drop and JRM said good – have you noticed the number of tourists pouring their money into Britain each time that happens?

It’s utter bollox that we would collapse … unless those above WANTED it to collapse. It’s our job then, you and I, as the real press, to continue to point this out via the Samizdat.

8 comments for “Any deal’s a bad deal

  1. Mona
    January 30, 2018 at 2:15 pm

    The only thing that will collapse are their minds if we escape,,freedom? you’re not having it see, “Operation Frighten the arse off You” is still going or should I say, listen you bums you are staying in because you are to stupid to think says Herr JUNKER on behalf of the Commission.

  2. Hereward Unbowed.
    January 30, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    If we walked, it would be initially quite dodgey but not for long, within 18 months the ship would steady and freedom dividend would compensate immensely and in 24 months free and sovereign we’d wonder what all the fuss was about.

  3. Mudplugger
    January 30, 2018 at 4:46 pm

    One term in the EU’s ‘transition period’ is that the UK may not negotiate trade agreements with other nations during that time.

    That alone is a ‘deal-breaker’ – we should have invoked Article 50 on June 24th 2016 (as Devious Dave promised he would) and we would then have been free by June 23rd this year.

    The EU can stuff their ‘deal’ – once we leave, each individual EU state will immediately come crawling back to recover all the unbalanced trade they’ve lost, but it will then be on our terms.

    Where on earth are BMW, VW & Mercedes going to flog all those right-hand drive cars? The Irish Republic? French & Spanish wine, Italian white goods and cars? Get real.

  4. Errol
    January 30, 2018 at 7:49 pm

    The Left want to destroy Britain. They hate Brexit. Most are utterly ignorant except the usual Lefty perspectives of ‘you want it, so I want you to stop having it.’

    They’re just pathetic squabbling children.

  5. January 30, 2018 at 8:07 pm

    Yep, leave now, only way.

    • January 30, 2018 at 9:09 pm

      As they say online in the US, ‘elevenses’ (liking – ‘111111111’, or thumbs up — when there is no ‘like’ button to click).

      A heartfelt suggestion: has OoL considered a ‘like’ button? 😉 (Disclosure: I have one.)

      Seriously, why aren’t there more ‘like’ buttons on WordPress sites in the UK? Most of the time I would like to ‘like’ as I have no more to add to the content in the post.

      A ‘like’ button represents one person’s applause.

      Why don’t more British WordPress websites have ‘like’?

      Sorry, I find this so frustrating.

      • Pcar
        February 1, 2018 at 10:42 pm



        Arrse has “Agree” which is similar

  6. January 30, 2018 at 8:58 pm

    Oh, look, Shadow Brexit team on board with anti-Brexit analysis:


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