*HISTORICAL UK VOTE TO LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION SPELLS THE END OF THE GLOBALIST NEW WORLD ORDER PROJECT
*UK SHOULD BYPASS EU AND START BILATERAL TRADE TALKS WITH EUROPEAN COUNTRIES, AUSTRALIA, RUSSIA, JAPAN AND OTHERS
*EU WITHDRAWAL NEGOTIATIONS DELIBERATELY COMPLICATED, LITTLE POINT IN NEGOTIATING DEALS WITH EU SINCE IT MAY NOT EXIST IN TWO YEARS
David Cameron has resigned as PM after Britain voted to leave the EU in a historical referendum.
Cameron will stand down by October and pass on to his successor the role of invoking the EU’s Article 50 procedure to negotiate the terms of the UK withdrawal.
Michael Gove, Chris Grayling but also Andrea Leadsom are considered possible Prime Ministers.
Bilderberg Club member and media darling Boris Johnson has positioned himself to become the new prime minister in any Conservative leadership contest. But his opportunistic personality and “divisive” approach during the Brexit debate surely must raise doubts as to whether he is suited to negotiating with partners in Europe and the rest of the world to get the best trade and other agreements for Britian.
Greece is coming to terms with the fact that Finance Minister Yannis Varoufakis’ negotiation tactics cost the country 100 billion euros.
It is to be hoped Labour MPS finally oust Jeremy Corbyn, who is advised by Varoufakis, for his support for the Remain campaign, even though it was opposed by the party voters, and for increasing uncertainty by calling for Article 50 to be invoked immediately even though it has not got a leader or a negotiating position.
Also, Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty may turn out to be a blind alley since it assumes the EU itself will continue to exist. More likely is that the EU will collapse in the next two years as France, Italy and the Netherlands all call for referendums to leave.
Bypassing the EU for now, the UK can start bilateral talks immediately with individual European countries and other countries such as Australia, Canada and Russia to remove customs tariffs, regulations and safeguard investments and maintain consumption.
It can set up regular meetings with eurogroup ministers attending with a special UK status.
Self serving EU officials and MEPs, whose huge salaries, cronyism and corruption are paid by EU members, have no motive for letting those members go easily.
Individual European countries by contrast, who cannot afford more recessionary effects, do have a motive for negotiating good trade deals that benefit manufacturing industry, and not just the banks, with the UK quickly.
A new leader also needs to get tough with the City of London and the bankster controlled Bank of England. The Bank of England must not be allowed a hike up interest rates unnecessarily and engineer an artificial recession.
A devalued pound is good for exports and will add to the jobs in the UK.
Britain is now free, free to control its economy, its borders and its destiny. But this huge opportunity for a resurgence in democracy, prosperity and culture must be managed carefully and creatively.