The Wetherspoons pub chain owner Tim Martin was involved in an incendiary exchage with economically and politically illiterate, unfuckable feminist gobshite Jess Phillips, the Labour MP for some immigrant – laden inner city shithole in the midlands on the BBC’s Politics Live today.
In a fiery clash with the far left Labour MP, Martin said he remained confident a no deal Brexit would give a massive boost for the UK economy, including the chance for Britons to pocket an extra £600 if no withdrawal bill is paid to the European Union. He argued that leaving the bloc without a new arrangement would allow Britain to get rid of import tariffs, transforming the country into a “free trading nation.”
“We’d be £40billion better off, you can abolish tariffs which apply on over 12,000 products, things that people buy every day in the shops. You can regain control of fishing and you can encourage foreign businesses to invest here because you can be a free trading nation.”
But Mr Martin’s claims were not met with the approval of Labour MP Jess Phillips, a supporter of uncontrolled immigration and just about every other economically and socially damaging policy put forward by the university brainwashed idiots of Labour’s Maoist fringe, who interrupted him as he made an argument against “attaching ourselves” to EU trading policies.
Rolling her eyes, Ms Phillips joined in saying: “Attaching ourselves to the biggest market in the world would be a folly. Honestly. I was being sarcastic.” Like most Labour MPs, Phillips is too stupid to understand the EU is not a market, it is 27 separate markets, many of them barely significant in global economic terms, and with which Britain has an enormous trade deficit.
Mr Martin defended his argument, agreeing that it would be a folly for Britain to remain too commercially close to Brussels “if you lose your democracy as a result.” He is of course right, the anti democratic nature of the EU is documented in Yanis Varoufakis’ book “Adults In The Room – My Struggle With Europe’s Deep Establishment” in which the former Finance Minister of Greece describes how he, on behalf of his country, tried to take on the EU establishment, with disastrous results as we have all witnessed over the past few years.
Britain, the fifth largest economy in the world and a nation of over sixty million people, is a somewhat tougher target for the bullies of Brussels, even under the current government under Theresa the Appeaser, it would be impossible to crush us as little Greece, along with Ireland, Portugal and Cyprus have been crushed by Brussels bullies. In fact, once free of the EU’s suffocating bureaucracy and with a half decent leader in place, we would be free to trade with emerging economies like India, Nigeria, Brazil and Indonesia, as well as increasing our trade with the USA, Japan, Russia, Canada and Australia.
And those EU nations which do trade with us, notably Germany, France, Italy, spain and Poland don’t want to lose their British market. Brussels is obsessed with creating a European political superstate, EU members just want to trade freely.
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