• Mitch William

No Deal, is the Perfect Deal!

Boris Johnson has said that a deal with our European friends is 'very, very, unlikely'. However, the negotiations rage on. The Prime Minster was refused a three way call between himself, Merkel, Macron and the EU Commission President, which tells me, that they're untied on their red lines and the only way a deal can be done, is if the UK capitulates.


Lets hope and pray, that does not happen.



On the other hand, the future is bright, the future is global!


I think our immediate future should be focussed on Australia, Canada and New Zealand. These three nations, are already in personal union with each other by sharing a head of state, Queen Elizabeth the 2nd.


The United Kingdom should apply to join the Australia-New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement. And quickly invite Canada to follow suit. However, if this was to occur, it would probably require Erin O' Toole of the Canadian Conservative Party to oust Justin Trudeau at the next Canadian election. O'Toole, is the most prominent of CANZUK supporters.


CANZUK could be based on Trade, Foreign Policy and Defence Cooperation. Free Trade between the 4 nations governed by a Trade Forum, Foreign Policy Cooperation and a Defence Pact governed by a Foreign and Defence Forum. Queen Elizabeth the 2nd could even be the intergovernmental spokesperson.


The Five Eyes could become the Two Eyes, or the Double Sighted. CANZUK, united on three fronts, ready to engage the world with a combined GDP of $6.5 trillion would be an indispensable bilateral partner to the United States of America.


In a changing world with a rising China, that concept will soon become all to apparent.


Our future is with the Five Eyes and CANZUK. We cannot be shackled to the EU through the so called 'level playing field' which is a farce designed to keep the UK under the close supervision of the new Franco - German Empire.


I would love a Free Trade Deal with the EU. I think it will come. But, we need to get passed NO DEAL first and enforce the UK Internal Market Bill.


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