Brexit and the Consequences

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May and the MP's of all parties must be cursing their bad luck that they got into parliament just when something really important needed managing - Brexit. Its plain to see, in the harsh glare of constant media analysis, just how rubbish they actually are. A government that can't govern, an opposition that can't oppose.
If May & Corbyn had been football managers they would have been long gone!
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The problems for UKGov is that they are being pulled by powerful forces, they are engaged with integrating our military with the EU (by stealth), they need to be seen to be fulfilling the democratic will of the people, they have personal business interests that need to be looked after, Soros money controls swathes of our establishment, Saudi money is increasingly influencing areas of our Society, they have domestic issues such as NHS privatisation (by stealth), railway de-privatisation, Carillon corruption to deal with, child sex abuse scandals and local council corruption, immigration scandals and a broken immigration system, a house of Lords using the ‘democratic process’ to try and force ‘something’, and you have the USA now gunning for Iran threatening to trash ours (and the EU) energy supply lines, they have already blown the Russian energy supply with their narrative, and so on and so on.

They are literally swimming in a sea of their own making, they are weak and incompetent, so it’s no wonder they are clueless and will most likely take the path of least resistance over Brexit. You see a situation like the Skripal and Syrian narrative fall apart to the point where no one believes them which shows the pressure that various departments are under in trying to communicate with each other.

Brexit already is a balls-up.
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The problems for UKGov is that they are being pulled by powerful forces, they are engaged with integrating our military with the EU (by stealth), they need to be seen to be fulfilling the democratic will of the people, they have personal business interests that need to be looked after, Soros money controls swathes of our establishment, Saudi money is increasingly influencing areas of our Society, they have domestic issues such as NHS privatisation (by stealth), railway de-privatisation, Carillon corruption to deal with, child sex abuse scandals and local council corruption, immigration scandals and a broken immigration system, a house of Lords using the ‘democratic process’ to try and force ‘something’, and you have the USA now gunning for Iran threatening to trash ours (and the EU) energy supply lines, they have already blown the Russian energy supply with their narrative, and so on and so on.

They are literally swimming in a sea of their own making, they are weak and incompetent, so it’s no wonder they are clueless and will most likely take the path of least resistance over Brexit. You see a situation like the Skripal and Syrian narrative fall apart to the point where no one believes them which shows the pressure that various departments are under in trying to communicate with each other.

Brexit already is a balls-up.
And all these problems that are now plaguing the government are because they and their predecessors never got down to dealing with them – the old politicians favourite: "kick the can down the road". It's just human nature though isn't it? We can do the same as traders and you see businesses e.g. Carillion acting in the same way. Even on the high street we see the same examples (despite Brexit, despite the weather, despite the Internet etc etc) and yet stores like Next prosper.

It all comes down to management doesn't it?
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