I say this in all seriousness, any financial collapse, drop in stock markets and currency devaluations will be blamed on Brexit.
Terrorist attack in the EU? Brexit did it.
Price increase on daily goods? It’s because of Brexit.
Grandmother got a case of the shingles? Only happened because of Brexit.
You get my point. As beneficial as the Brexit vote will be to the future of the UK, it has given the globalist elite in Brussels a lightning rod for any and all future catastrophes. Already the talking heads are pointing out the immediate drop in the various financial and monetary markets, which in reality is only effecting the already ridiculously wealthy elite of the world.
Indeed, as Zerohedge points out, the richest 400 people in the world have already lost $127 billion due to the Brexit vote.
I’m not too concerned about them as I’m sure they’ll find another nation to fleece and quickly make back their billions so they can purchase the latest mega luxury yacht.
The world will continue to turn, the elite will continue to struggle for more control and the people of the UK have taken back a vital part of their nationality and freedom. It is estimated that 3 in 5 of all regulations in the UK in recent years were forced upon them by the European Union and bureaucrats in Brussels. The UK has taken an important step in separating themselves from the tether of globalism.
You see what the elite have “lost,” now for an example of what the common citizens of the UK stand to gain.
The fishing industry in the UK has been hit particularly hard by EU regulations and laws. Britain’s fishing fleet has continued to shrink under EU imposed laws that limit the amount of fish they accumulate. It imposes a quota as to the territory and quantity of fish that they distribute.
In 2015, 43 per cent of the UK’s quota had been bought up by foreign-owned vessels. This is because the EU decided that the UK should not have exclusive rights to the waters around their country. Instead, in glorious socialist fashion, it should be split up amongst other member states of the EU.
So it was a bad time to be a fisherman in the UK. What this meant is the fisherman were forced to throw back millions of fish into the sea because they could not exceed their imposed quotas. This caused many fisherman to join the Brexit cause and they went public with their complaints about losing their fishing rights.
This can be compared to if Canada decided that they wanted to fish off the coast of America’s shores and said that our fisherman were taking too many fish, and they deserve 50% of what is caught. You can imagine that would not go over very well with our citizens.
Change will likely come slowly, despite leaders in the EU called for expedited exit proceedings in a bitter attempt to punish the UK, but as freedoms return to the UK their business owners and consumers can once again have a say in future policies that effect their markets.