In nine days time Theresa May will begin negotiations to leave the European Union. Any proposals she may have on the terms of our exit will be automatically rejected by Brussels. This will leave Mrs May no alternative but to propose a hard brexit (World Trade Organisation rules) a threat she will not be able to carry out as our Parliament will reject it out of hand.
She will then be obliged to return to Brussels empty handed to take down its instructions on the size of our large non negotiable exit fee, and even bigger annual tribute, larger than Norway’s, which we will have to pay if we want tariff free access to Europe. In addition if Brussels knows its business we will be obliged to take a large quota of refugees each year, remain subject to the corrupt Court of Human Rights, as well as allowing free movement of EU nationals.
The agreement will be signed in time for our exit from the EU, which will not be an exit at all. We will just be in a far worse position than we were before the referendum.
Theresa May’s only alternative, and that of any Conservative administration (a minority government can only be called an administration), will be to call a second referendum.
It then depends on Brussels whether or not they will let us back in the EU. They want us for our custom, we buy a lot of goods, but they may decide that it would be more profitable to make an example of us as they have done with Greece. This might become necessary if, or rather when, the Italian banking system collapses.
This is the Second World War all over again but fought with tariffs not artillery, with the Germans taking an economic hostage, Greece, who they have now shot, as an example of what might happen to you if you disobey Berlin. The next hostage was to be Italy, but Mrs May has elbowed her aside, in order to deliver Britain into Germany’s hands. The Germans probably did not want us as a hostage, but we are a fat prize, and who can blame them if they take us.
Just as in the time of the Third Reich Germany has rigged the system so she gets fat while all her fellow European members (economic captive states) get thin. So far only countries south of the Alps have suffered, Britain will be first country in the north to do so.