Johnson’s determination to harm UK citizens could force us into ‘no deal’ Brexit

It’s all going his way: but is Boris Johnson trying to engineer a recession that will harm us all, to make his rich friends even richer?

Boris Johnson is saying he will not sacrifice any of the the UK’s rights to self-determination on tax, subsidies, workers rights and so on as the acceptable price of a free trade deal. Does that seem fair to you?

If it does, you’ve probably been fooled by the kind of wordplay that Tories like to use to befuddle the general public.

He means he won’t allow the EU to insist that – for example – UK workers maintain the same rights as they’ve had as members of the bloc.

Any attempt to defend British people from Tory oppression will jeopardise a trade agreement, possibly leading to a “no deal” Brexit.

And let’s not forget that we all have suspicions that this is precisely what Johnson wants; that he has promised it to the shady characters who backed his bid to be Tory leader (and thus prime minister) – who stand to make billions of pounds, having bet on an economic recession post-Brexit.

That’s right: we’re facing the possibility that Johnson is trying to engineer a recession that will harm us all, just to bung a few quid to his mates.

Source: Has Boris Johnson just announced no-deal Brexit for January 2021? – ITV News

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3 Thoughts to “Johnson’s determination to harm UK citizens could force us into ‘no deal’ Brexit”

  1. i may be thick (though never thought i was till now) but how are these people going to make billions of pounds out of a no deal Brexit and a further recession in the UK? must be missing something here..possibly a few brain cells. be glad if someone can explain it in simple language for me . please.

    1. Mike Sivier

      I think they’ve been betting on it happening, basically.

  2. thats well beyond belief if they have.basically then betting on peoples lives/livelihoods etc. wonder who they will get to be their servants when all the underlings (in their eyes) have been killed off? it makes you want to take every penny out of the bank etc and tell them to stick it. trouble is where do you put it?i dont even have floor boards here. they are concrete. not that i would keep it here anyway.and not that ive got owt worth bothering about… but it does make you want to pull the rug from under the toffs.

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