For Our Loyal Reader Simon: Post Brexit Future for the UK


One of our most loyal readers, Simon, has asked on numerous occasions for predictions regarding the United Kingdom. So there’s one place to read my latest thoughts on the nation that is going through so much at the moment, I will post them in a blog post here.

In the comments sections of various other blogs, I wrote a number of predictions for the Brexit vote that occurred last month. My main prediction was as follows:

“…[T]here are two different answers to two entirely different questions. How will the vote go and how will the government proceed. The vote for a Brexit is entirely certain. The question is whether or not the government is going to honor that result or do what they did in Greece and ignore the will of the people. I don’t think they will allow a Brexit to proceed without a vicious and bloody fight, even if the vote in favor of it was over 90%. That’s why I have forewarned for a while of violence in your country. This election result and the refusal to honor it by the Cameron government may very well be the catalyst that fulfills a number of my previous predictions for your country.”

I was right for part one, as there was a narrow vote to leave the European Union. Part two is very likely as well since none of the major politicians support the leave vote result. Attempts are being made as we speak to back out of the triggering of Article 50 and there have been numerous attempts to reject a popular vote by the parliament. The delays are problematic because they correlate with my fear that the government will ignore the will of the voters. If this happens, riots in the streets are forthcoming. I’ve foreseen this before and rejecting a public vote result of such an enormous significance would see the whole nation, particularly London, burst up into flames. While David Cameron avoided an untimely death by stepping down and effectively ending his political career, the rest of my previous warnings may still be on the horizon.

In the interim of this uncertainty, many changes are coming to the United Kingdom as a whole. Scotland splits from the union, but will suffer from a run of their oil reserves and violent unrest due to the impoverishment follows. Ireland reunites once more and does slightly better, but it won’t be without issues. Australia and Canada may also vote to leave as territories of the kingdom, making the United Kingdom’s domain over the world nearly non-existent. This leaves them with England, Wales and a few Caribbean islands that they keep under their domain. While this is the official end of the English empire, the people domestically in England and Wales proper will prosper, even with some hiccups along the way.

The Euro project is in total ruin, as I’ve long predicted it would be. As countries vote to leave one by one, member players will have to pick up the pieces when the bloc inevitably collapses. If the UK can stay out and avoid a government rejection of the popular vote, even with necessary struggle domestically, then it will thank its lucky stars for its decision to do so in due time. That’s where the focus needs to go these days; in terms of respecting the will of the voters and not claiming to know better than 51% of the nation. Despite attacks by remain campaigners that xenophobia fueled the fire (it was always there and would still be there even if they had voted to remain), leaving is the only way to destroy the New World Order in our lifetime. Pray for the success of the UK and the downfall of the fascist EU as a result of their brave decision to flee before it was too late to do so.

One thought on “For Our Loyal Reader Simon: Post Brexit Future for the UK

  1. The government are going all out to avoid the Brexit by refusing to trigger article 50. Most annoying. I think as you say there will be a lot of unrest. I also believe that the EU will fail. It is doomed. The xenophopia in the UK is triggered by wholescale immigration that replaces the local population with people who have no respect for us and our way of life. That is what we object too. Not people per se. We don’t mind them coming, if they work hard, integrate, but we are not allowed to object. Hence the Brexit.
    The EU will fail anyway, I hope things settle down.

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