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I ask Arlene Foster to tell the Tories that they no longer support a May Government: May invented the Irish Backstop not the EU.

I ask people to read carefully my previous article about Owen Patterson’s no confidence letter to Sir Brady LinkSCANDAL: May rejected a free trade deal with no backstop in NI offered by the EU for the sake of entangling Britain.

Owen Patterson with other Brexiteers, he found out there is another deal on offer and May lied to them

Arlene Foster and the DUP must consider carefully that May lied to them, to the Queen and to the Country by stating that her deal was the only one on offer with the now infamous and false sentence “My deal, no deal or no Brexit”

In reality there is another deal on offer by the EU: a pure and simple free trade agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom with no differences of treatment whatsoever between the main island of Britain, Gibraltar and Northern Ireland and this deal should have been given for an analysis and evaluation to the Tory MPs, the DUP and the Parliament, particulalry the DUP had to be informed since they represent Northern Ireland’s interests, but actually not just they, Her Majesty should have been informed of the two deals available: either the deal with the backstop in NI or a free trade agreement with no backstop, it is understood that the backstop was invented by her, by Theresa May and not by Michel Barnier while she pretended it was the EU imposing the dreadful backstop in the Custom Union for NI and saying it was the only & final offer, her statement my deal or no deal is false; she lied to the Country, to the Queen and to the Parliament, and to the DUP even when they asked her face to face if there were other solutions and proposals: she said “No” and that’s lying.

Moreover if the Tories back May and Labour makes the government fall with a no confidence vote in her government then the Tories will have to go to the General Elections with May as Tory Leader and they would lose.

Arlene Foster must state whether she would back May’s government deal NOW. Or it’s worse.


SCANDAL: May rejected a free trade deal with no backstop in NI offered by the EU for the sake of entangling Britain.

Owen Patterson’s letter moved many Tories against May.

It’s worse than we had imagined.

I wanted to read in full the famous letter to Sir Brady of the 1922 Committee by Owen Patterson because the Telegraph said it made many people change their mind and suddenly the threshold of 48 no confidence letters to the PM as Tory Leader was “exceeded” I wondered what powerful words must have Owen Patterson used to convince more people, well, it’s incredible, as a blogger who likes to post and to link material from Infowars PJ Watson and David Icke and I think, I’m a conspiracy theorist, well yes, she is a traitor: she herself in the name of Britain rejected a serious free trade agreement with the EU with no irish backstop whatsoever offered by the EU!

I link the full letter by Patterson from Sky news because is for free in full Link I couldn’t believe what I was reading, by the end of the long and very interesting letter Owen Patterson says and I quote:

“President Tusk offered just such an alternative in March: a wide-ranging, zero-tariff free trade agreement.

That deal foundered on the question of the Northern Ireland border, but existing techniques and processes can resolve this. From my October meeting with Michel Barnier, I know that a willingness exists on the EU side to explore these possibilities more fully. The meeting also confirmed that Tusk’s offer is still on the table.

Throughout this process, I have sought to support the government. The conclusion is now inescapable that the prime minister is the blockage to the wide-ranging free trade agreement offered by Tusk which would be in the best interests of the country and command the support of parliament.”

First of all we must all apologize to Tusk and the EU representatives because we were made believe by May that her deal was the only one at disposal and the irish backstop was imposed by bad EU while insiders know the irish backstop was invented by her and she rejected the very best offer “still on the table”. She IS a traitor it’s not about David Icke I think she is paid by someone to botch Brexit.

The other element that hit my mind more than the rest is here:

“The UK would not have the unilateral right to end the arrangement – under May’s ‘deal’ ed notes -. We could be locked into it indefinitely as a permanent rule-taker while paying £39bn for the privilege.

European customs experts regard the withdrawal agreement’s customs arrangements as woefully out of date, proposing physical stamps and paper systems not used for nearly 20 years. They are so vague that it would be impossible to put them into practice.”

She didn’t send to Brussels competent people on purpose:

“It was a mistake for our EU negotiations to be led by a career civil servant with no business experience when the government had on hand a vastly experienced international trade negotiator, Crawford Falconer.”

Now from the curriculum of Mr. Crawford Falconer:

“Crawford Falconer is the United Kingdom’s Chief Trade Negotiation Adviser”

“Falconer has served in variety of roles including the New Zealand Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the World Trade Organisation(WTO), and as New Zealand’s Chief Negotiator and Adviser”

So May doesn’t want too experienced people negotiating the Brexit deal and sent the career civil servant and main Botcher-of-Brexit.

Sorry, guys, but yes, I don’t think she does it for free, I think she’s paid by some group of rich Remainers.

Now I expect she loses the no confidence vote.

For the rest, the letter in full is very interesting.

Very interesting.

May’s attempt to survive as PM till the end of January is mean and egoistic.

“We are in a very serious and unprecedented situation” Corbyn is right.

And this below is how Theresa May reduced Britain as Home Secretary first and Prime Minister second period, and she should be “Right-wing”.

Our opinion is that Corbyn is right in one thing: if she can’t deliver Brexit she must give way to people who can.

What we can see of May is her vile and mean attempt to live on, to survive as PM till the 21st of January, she doesn’t want the crunch vote to take place tomorrow or on tuesday/friday, no, she wants to eat the Christmas cake as PM and live on

Christmas cake filled with cream and decorated with chocolate and cherries

incredible shamelessness: we suspect May wants to lose time, delay and postpone and go back to Brussels for “clarifications” indefinitely until she reaches the 29th of March doing nothing and making the infamous “withdrawal of the withdrawal letter”. This is vile.



The SNP urges Corbyn to table the no confidence vote in the government to call for snap elections.

I suggest this checkerboard fight:

On one side hard Brexiteers gathered around a Brexiteer Tory leader that swallows the entire UKIP and with promises to fight crime and illegal immigration also swallowing the BNP, and of course set to an alliance with DUP:

Jacob Rees Mogg candidate for PM in a ticket with John Redwood for Chancellor;

Nigel Farage candidate with the Tories to swallow all UKIP votes inside the Tory party;

Manifesto pledge of no Irish Border or backstop whatsoever. Instead going for leave no-deal, btw in France they are already updating their legislation and preparing for Hard Brexit – unlike Britain – Link

On the other side Corbyn’s Labour with their own platform for Brexit.

Then the british citizens will decide which Brexit government they want.

All this must be done before the 15th of February so May must go/be ousted now, before Christmas.

a variety of Christmas cake Christmas tree shaped filled with cream and topped with a biscuit star.

She can’t ruin our holidays, we must be free to relax.


Or else a quick Tory Leadership contest convincing the Tory Remainers to turn hard Brexiteers and re-propose a Hard Brexit Tory-DUP government.

Britain IS a Felix Democracy: you voted to exit and you will. I found the perfect match for 10 & 11. And that’s mathematically perfect.

Ok, Allison Pearson said it all “she – Theresa May e.n – is like a mule leading a dead horse” moreover she’s gone to be humiliated with the entire country to Brussels, Berlin and The Hague: this just cannot be tolerated; some cowardly people – see Tim Stanley – say “Britain is not ready for any type of Brexit” now stop. Britain IS ready “fuori i pagliacci” they say in Italy which means “Clowns out of the scene” “Oust the clowns” now serious people.

I found two: the best solution for The Conservative and Unionist Party, for Northern Ireland, Catholic & Protestant equally, for Britain as a United Kingdom.

Jacob William Rees Mogg in Ten and John Alan Redwood in Eleven;

The DUP will support them:

Rees Mogg is catholic but English, staunch Unionist and wants a clean cut Brexit like the DUP moreover he’s also against abortion and gay weddings just like DUP members, he’s aristocrat but posh only in the sound of the voice, for the rest he’s much more happy-go-lucky and easy going than many with a less upper class accent, he’s one of those who don’t treat Farage from upside down and go to pubs with him; it’s like, he can do what he likes – the power of the money? – but with elegance.

But if Brexit is mainly about trade and the Financial shock – you just won’t have – in Eleven you need a man like this:

John Alan Redwood; protestant, English, staunchly Unionist and wants a clean cut Brexit – with damn same rules for the entire UK without losing pieces neither in Ireland nor in Gibraltar and worked as Director of Nathan Mayer Rothschild so also the globalists cannot say he’s an incompetent: they paid him to work for them


He writes for the Financial Times


so you are safe, He IS in the know not outside the Know, it’s Theresa May to be the dull girl who wrote or accepted an idiotic supposed “deal” good for enslaving the country and she does not write for the Financial Time either.

Here’s Redwood’s plan for a clean cut Brexit:

A managed exit without signing the Withdrawal Agreement


I will be writing soon about how this is our best way forward. It is not “crashing out” but cashing in, as we will keep the money the EU wanted to extract via the Withdrawal Agreement.


The economics of leaving on March 29, 2019 with no Withdrawal Agreement

The economic gains and problems with 29 March 2019 departure from the EU

Fiscal stimulus
Positive second round effects of affordable tax cuts
Advantages from extra public spending
Lower tariffs on non EU trade
Confidence boost from ending Brexit uncertainty
Substitution effect for home production as a result of tariffs on EU sales into UK

Friction at borders?
Non co-operation by some continental authorities?
Loss of confidence?

Why several scare stories are untrue

• Planes will fly
• EU companies will still be exporting food and medicines to the UK
• UK port authorities do not need to create new checks and delays
• Where paperwork is incomplete trade will continue – as with the EU’s failure to lodge a compliant schedule with the WTO

Fiscal stimulus

• Spend most of the £39bn cost of the Withdrawal Agreement in the first two years
• This will provide a 1.8% stimulus to GDP, or 0.9% a year

Second round effect of tax cuts

• Take VED back to pre 2017 levels and drop special diesel taxes. This should lead to a 15% gain in car sales and domestic output.
• Take Stamp Duties where currently higher back to pre 2016 levels. This should provide a stimulus to transactions in the housing market.
• Cut Income Tax to 18%, providing a general boost to take home pay and consumption.
• Estimated second round effects 0.2% of GDP

Public service improvement

• Extra recruitment into NHS, education and police
• Additional investment money into transport

Estimated little additional boost above fiscal stimulus counted above


If we adopted the EU tariff schedule for all EU as well as non EU items we would collect an additional £13bn of annual revenue. This should be given back as tax cuts for the consumers.

Better to cut the average EU tariff when imposing it as our tariff on the whole world.

1. Remove all tariffs from intermediate goods needed for UK manufacturing
2. Remove all tariffs that collect little revenue, or are at low rates
3. Cut or remove all food tariffs on food items we cannot grow for ourselves
4. Reduce food tariffs on non EU food that we can grow to a more realistic level when imposing it globally

Confidence effects

Business claims the uncertainty over what our future trading arrangements and tariffs will look like is holding back investment.

Early resolution should bring forward delayed investment. The extent of this has been exaggerated, but let us estimate a modest 0.2% gain to GDP from this source.

Trade friction on imports

• Imports are two thirds of our EU trade
• Trucks arrive at Dover full of goods – about half of these make the return crossing to Calais empty
• There is no need to place new inspections or complex customs arrangements on our borders in our ports, as we control these entrances to the UK.
• In the first instance, the UK can continue importing EU products as today, with an inspection regime at the factory or packing house of the originator, and inspection at the customer facility on arrival
• If the UK does want more port inspection in due course, this can be introduced with sufficient capacity to avoid long extra delays
• Cross channel traffic by ferry or tunnel could have new inspections in transit on board the train or ferry
• Exporters to the UK are not threatening to cancel supply on 30 March
• Most have contractual obligations to continue supplying after 29 March which are legally enforceable. It is difficult to see why this should cause extra costs to the UK.

JIT Delays

• JIT systems regularly deal with delays or long journey times
• Were transit times to go up the supplier would just be told to send it earlier
• There need to be no extra delays at UK ports importing the goods
• JIT is more susceptible to disruption through strikes / bad weather / crashes on main motorways / disruption to ferries or trains. This hits trade from within the EU as well as from outside whether we are members of the EU or not.

Export friction or loss

• The base case is continental customers will want UK exports on 30 March as on 29 March, and many are contracted to carry on buying them
• Tariffs will make mainly UK food and cars dearer, but they will make EU cars and food dearer into the UK
• Over half our EU trade will be tariff free on the EU’s schedule
• The high food tariff and car tariff is likely to reduce imports more than exports given the large imbalance in trade in these two categories
• It will lead to more domestic production for the home market
• On a worse case there could be loss of 0.6% per annum of GDP from less exports, partially compensated by a gain of say 0.3% of GDP from more home substitution for imports


• The pound fell against the dollar and the Euro in the eighteen months before the referendum, and was marked down on the result
• Its future from here will be more determined by relative money policy and interest rates than by Brexit news. It has been relatively stable in the last few weeks when the odds of no Withdrawal Agreement have risen.
• The UK still has a competitive advantage from the lower values of the pound since 2015.
• The balance of payments will get a good boost from ending EU contributions which will help the pound.

Summary of Effects

Annual as a percentage of GDP, years 1 and 2 after Brexit on 29 March 2019

Fiscal stimulus +0.9
Secondary benefits of tax cuts +0.2
Confidence effects from ending uncertainty +0.2%
Worst case export loss -0.6%
Import substitution offset +0.3%

Total net gains +1.0% per annum.

Source The article of 11 December 2018 of course – for the people who’ll read this in the future -.

This will empower Britain and it will be even more united than before with NI, because it will be the first case of Catholic Prime Minister but it’ll be a Unionist and a loyalist to the Queen.

You will be more united and richer.

Believe me actually “Do what Paola says” – I’m not joking, I think I guessed the formula.RedwoodBlue

This is your next ultra-competent and ultra-loyal Chancellor of the Exchequers


And this is your next ultra rich and ultra loyalist first catholic PM


He toasts with Farage


But comes from such places as the Cambridge Union


So everybody is represented: Aristocracy, posh people, farmers and fishermen with Directors of international banking groups, catholics and protestants I’d add



The elegant Britain with its filosofic and religious hamletic doubts and the working class with its pubs and soccer supporters certainty. Plus the people who work for the Banks.

Now just do it. Yes, of course it will work out.

Add to the list of the people employed in what we call “Real Brexit”:

John Longworth


Former Director-general of the British Chambers of Commerce, a staunch Brexiteer.

Mervyn Allister King, Baron King of Lothbury


Former Governor of the Bank of England.

Now evidently the cheapest and less competent of them all is precisely Theresa May, her going up and down Brussels-London lying and exaggerating things and wishing Britain being torn apart for daring defying the NWO destroyed her reputation. Now Fuori i pagliacci “Oust the clowns” and let competent people do Brexit.


After all this fuss, Britain needs a nice hot cup of tea…Be yourself, put Rees Mogg PM.

The EU must get out, leave the UK too: that’s the deal.

It’s not just the UK that must get out of the EU, it’s also the EU that has to get out of the UK with all its ECJ and regulations, I think no-deal is better than any “deal” because it frees the UK of ALL entanglement with the EU, then, after the Exit from the EU and in a position of total independence you can abolish tariffs and btw you’ll never pay as much as 39 bln in tariffs because tariffs are reciprocated – also Germany and the other EU member states would have to pay tariffs to Britain – while the affiliation fee is one way only: you pay to trade with them but they don’t pay to trade with you therefore my conviction that Theresa May IS a traitor. Sack her and stop losing time with Remainers asking them to change mind and deliver Brexit.

May & Hammond will “crash out” of Ten and Eleven just like Cameron & Osborne: Brexit’s burnt.

The Guardian HP of Today 9 Dec. 2018

Certainly someone will “crash out” really and it will be Theresa May and Philip Hammond, they’ll crash out of Ten and Eleven Downing Street just like Cameron and Osborne – Cameron resigned because he knew he couldn’t deliver Hard Brexit, this is what I think  -.

These are the Brexit-burnt, because Brexit does eliminate enemies who previosly seemed unwinnable and it does it quickly: they talk and talk and talk then in two minutes Brexit kills them – it’s a kind of magic – The Toff boys …. who don’t know the price of milk etc. etc. they had to stay there governing for the next ten years, before a miracle rescued the Labour Party – Osborne was set to be next PM after Cameron now he’s the Editor of the London Evening Standard thanks to Brexit, Cameron not even that, he’s at home paying company to Samantha: project fear’s effect. Now Theresa May and her project “crash out with hard Brexit, we can’t do this” is in my opinion set to have the same result: more sackings, more resignations.

It seems to me that there are two women in a very difficult position among the British upper classes: Meghan Markle and Theresa May, the signs of their immediate upcoming end is the neverending line of resignations of the staff working for them: secretaries and aides of the Duchess resign and say “that singer with a sexy wife treated me better” the Mrs. No One who married Harry was accused publicly of the most monstrous of the accusations: she treated badly Princess Charlotte, the only Royal liked by everybody, a witch actually. Now new photos and postcards by her father to show she was fond of him before becoming Duchess, but she dropped her father with the same coldness she dropped Piers Morgan who actually was used for a couple of interviews in the non unimportant Good Morning Britain.  Fake in the face – three plastic surgery operations – and fake in the character she gives me the impression she has some sort of mental issue – I’m not joking: she changed face to look like someone else not like herself younger or more beautiful, that’s an identity issue, I despise the doctors who don’t send these girls to the psychologist, they know they have problems, like those pretty girls who suddenly want to have gigantic breast “to feel like a woman” they have problems, of course -. In the end she invited the Clooneys and Suits – actors who are less important than Piers Morgan and also of her father, but she’s like this: a psychopath with a fake face envious even of baby girls around her. Her end is near.

Theresa May? The situation is similar: half od the Cabinet resigned, every day a resignation, her “chief whip” aka the one who had to convince the others to vote her deal resigned too: the others he had to convince actually convinced him. It’s such a humiliation: it’s Brexit, my dear and you cannot do anything about it, Citizen Cane would say.

Not even Farage, now he’s displeasing me because he wants to candidate himself for…the new EU elections in May “in case they don’t deliver the proper Brexit”: there won’t be any EU elections in May, now as the folks say – and the folks are rarely wrong “you wanted the bicycle? Now you pedal.” Did you want Brexit? Now you get out of the European Union Parliament, you cannot play the game, another 5 years comfortably playing the anti EU from inside Brussels’ comfy palace.

Now you have to do Brexit really.

In three months time you’ll have plenty of possibility and human resources to draw and organize a plan for moving totally out, arrange the tariffs, organize Folkestone’s and Dover’s work, keep contacts directly with the Swiss and American and Australian Stock Exchange; Theresa May cannot do it, she’s a remainer with ties to NWO – promoters, I don’t believe she’s even free to do what she thinks it’s the best, I suspect strongly she’s blackmailable: she has to leave.

Mervyn King

Mervyn King and other Britons are perfectly qualified to actually, in practice, deliver “the Brexit people voted for”.


And that’s for Farage.

Hard Brexiteers are lucky: also the City will want Hard Brexit; EU won’t have the pass to operate on Swiss Stock Exchanges.

This is a case of “I really want him back, but I’m kinda outta luck” it’s a song by – sic – Illuminati singer Lana DelRey: she kills her pimp, the poor prostitute and then says “My daddy is in the trunk of his brand new truck: I really want him back, but I’m kinda outta luck” Link

So the EU’s arrogance will kill every deal-with-the-UK possibility, now they’re trying to bully the Swiss – no one can – and this is the retaliation of Switzerland the neutral country; I translated for you an article from the website  Scenari Economici – “Economic Scenarios” in Italian – a philo-governative  super-blog focused on economy whose main author is  Professor Antonio Maria Rinaldi.


Author: Guido da Landriano

“The European Union wants to treat Switzerland as a colony, but the Swiss are not there!
A colonial power behaves towards the colonies with conclusive acts, ultimatum, executive orders and laws. The motherland makes a law and the colony applies it, and this is the Union’s desire for Switzerland, which does not yield.

Let’s go by order. The European Union had negotiated an equivalence agreement with several foreign countries, including Singapore and the USA, so that there would be a normative correspondence and the authorizations between the different stock exchanges. This authorizes European banks to operate on foreign stock exchanges without specific authorizations, and vice versa. Only that while the agreements with the US and other nations were made without a deadline, the one with Switzerland was given the deadline of 31/12/2018. A new agreement should have come into force as of 1/1/2019. pity that there has never been a negotiation: the Union has sent its proposal and ordered the Swiss to accept, giving as a deadline on December 7th. An authentic ultimatum, after which, without an approval signed by the 11th of December, there will be “Retaliations”, also because, in the most perfect Europeanist style “This is the most advantageous agreement you can get”, a little in the same way that the Godfather spoke of “An offer that you can not refuse”. A head of a horse will probably also have arrived at FINMA, the Swiss control body on the stock exchange.

I would like to point out that Switzerland had not refused to sign but had previously consulted with its operators and traders in order to know their opinion, but this does not seem to be part of the Union’s programs: after all it is the best possible agreement, so what is there to discuss? The best can not be improved. The inaction will then respond by prohibiting European banks from trading on Swiss stock exchanges, SIX and BX Swiss. Unfortunately in Switzerland they do not think the same way and have already prepared a legal framework to deal with European sanctions, a framework that responds blow to blow to European sanctions. First of all, European banks will be authorized to operate on Swiss stock exchanges, but under the supervision of FINMA, which may remove their authorization to operate. Furthermore, the negotiation of Swiss shares on European stock exchanges will be prohibited, according to a reciprocity factor.

There will certainly be economic consequences: it is possible that some Swiss companies will have less liquidity, even if, as a counterpart, the activities of the European banks’ trading offices in Switzerland will increase. from the moral point of view, however, is yet another case in which the Union behaves like an imperial, anti-democratic and colonial power, with which the only negotiation is the refusal of submission. The Swiss have succeeded, will the other Europeans understand this?”

Thanks Guido, but now certainly, Farage would say “they have bitten off more than they can chew” I can perfectly remember that the only serious problem for Hard Brexit wasn’t certainly the trucks supposedly waiting in Dover port, which problem was overstated recently, if you don’t want checks you just don’t check and let pass and even the 6 months assessment period was declared exaggerated by businessmenWarning


but the problem was the famous passport for the City operators: that’s the passport the EU gives you. I don’t believe City traders will ever accept this. The City will probably want Hard Brexit like the fishermen. Can you see them swallowing the prohibition to operate on the Swiss Stock Exchange because of the deal of May or Norway Style Soft Brexit? they’ll want to cut the leash and stop. Whatever the case, if they hang on the EU they are wrong.


Welcome to the City: at this point I think, God wants Brexit.