Free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty we are free at last! Not least since he was shamefully assassinated by the German DVD in 1968 I am sure that the great American orator and civil rights leader Dr. King would not mind me quoting him.
At 2300 hours Zulu, 1800 hours Eastern Standard Time, on Friday the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland left the European Union. It’s the biggest win over Germany since the 1966 World Cup Final. Two world wars, one World Cup, the Cold War and now the EU! If I were Jerry I’d give up now.
A German hissy-fit was always on the cards. Somebody’s already tried to burn down the Law Society building in Chancery Lane (it doesn’t sound like a wiring fault to me).
Thankfully it seems that the lovely old law library, whereas it happens I was researching on Friday ahead of my three-day battle this week with the Solicitors Regulation Authority, has been saved. And no, the fire didn’t start in the library! An Islamic nutter went on a stabbing spree with a machete in Streatham High Road this afternoon, but he was quickly and very properly shot by the police. Thankfully there was no innocent loss of life.
For the Evil Empire, this is the beginning of the end. It will continue to fracture, with further non-core states spinning off. Assuming that there isn’t another Anglo-German war, which Germany always risks with its shameful policy of quasi-war, it will be a slow process, but the EU’s ultimate collapse is now inevitable. It will then join the Third Reich and Joe Biden’s presidential campaign in the dustbin of history.
The German economy is going to tank after the end of the year. The Anglo-European free trade negotiations will be a joke. The EU wants to keep strangling our economy in red tape and we want to take full advantage of the wonderful opportunities Brexit will open up.
Even the Kabinettratsführer, sorry Cabinet Secretary, will struggle to achieve the Cabinet Office’s aim of throttling the economy and holding Britain back. (For the benefit of new readers the Cabinet Office was set up in 1916 as an adjunct of the Imperial German Secret Service with a view to damaging Britain’s war effort, in which it was successful.)
The UK is Germany’s most important export market, but the raw numbers don’t show the full story (do they ever?). UK buyers, like American ones, tend to buy higher-end imports, where the profit margins are higher and German companies up their prices for the UK. Had we retained our volume car manufacturing base of course gouging British consumers would be more difficult, but German intelligence, aided by the Cabinet Office, did for the British car industry. Not all those union leaders were working for their members!
Michael Shrimpton is a barrister, currently suspended of course, called to the Bar in London in 1983. He is a specialist in National Security and Constitutional Law, Strategic Intelligence and Counter-terrorism.
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