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Relax – just read this article before read my opinions.

If I have to summed up Johnson and his Brexit  I will write just two word: “serial incompetence”. 

It’s incredible to me that there’s a deadline set with still three IT system to build before England could isolate itself from the rest of the world.

On top of the pandemic, it easy to predict that will be chaos.

Interesting and worry to read and listen people,  pointed out that it’s all very well worrying about singing the words to Rule Britannia but if you look at the sale of UK businesses (British Airway , Rolls Royce, Jaguar, and more…) and how is going the UK financial services and gig economy then perhaps Britains are becoming (for irony…) a slave economic country. 

So the fact that Johnson has put more attention to few nationalist songs instead of real problems, explain very well why we need to be worry.

I’m sure it’s “all just project fear.“… sigh.

If the value of the pound drops significantly, with no tools in the bag, the UK will look like a garage sale!

Assuming that there is anything left to sell to the rest of the world.

Strange no one mentions devaluation these days!

Also it’s scary when people say to wait in December to see what will be.

But  do you really think we need to wait for 4 months?   Do not know why, but I can see it today….

Those on the front line, the haulage industry seem to be concerned about the government’s plans … and I doubt many of them are left wingers voters.

I bring my attention this days to the opinion of people with ideology far from the left.

“Business people” from big corporation, normally people who support the Tories. 

So I’d take their concerns seriously if I were Mr Gove and Mr Johnson. 

Perhaps it is `”all under control” (they still repeating in loop) but perhaps they shouldn’t be so shy about revealing it to those who need the details now for their own planning!

I gather current government thinking is that if they can survive the first three months after a no-deal Brexit, Britain will somehow then be in a stronger position in subsequent trade talks. 

They seem determined not to give way on either fish or state aid.

Putting the Bloomberg article I opened this post today, leads me to wonder just how much of a disconnect there is between the reality on the ground and the current negotiation aims.  

It all adds up to possibly months of trade disruption, shortages in shops and pharmacies and further economic hits to already weakened economy. 

It doesn’t bode well to me,

How long before we see any net benefits of Brexit, indeed any benefits whatsoever?  

I gather part of the “strategy” is to boost the hi-tech industries at the expense of what is left in the manufacturing base, possibly accepting severe collateral damage to farming along the way. 

Is that it? Or there is something else that nobody has understand yet?

Is Mr. Johnson an “economic genius” or just a “Jester” who represents very well the state of this chaotic world we live in?

Boris Johnson photo ©massimousai


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