#THE #CAUSE OF THE #DEADLOCK IN THE #BREXIT #NEGOTIATIONS IS THE #UNWILLINGNESS OF #BOTH SIDES TO #COMPROMISE.

Thus saith the Lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob

Thus say I unto thee that no matter what the UK agrees to recompense the EU for ending its membership it will never fill the black hole in the EU’s economy after the UK departs. There are various factors involved that will affect the economy of the EU member states and one of the main ones is the reduction of various member states export markets if the EU remains intransigent on negotiating a beneficial trade deal with UK. The main reason being if there is a reduction in the various member states export markets especially with the UK in the short term it will affect the economies of those member states that export a considerable amount of goods and services to the UK which will in turn affect the EU’s economy and in the long term will affect the cohesion of the EU in that various member states contributions to the EU will of necessity have to be reduced until viable export markets have replaced the UK’s. So the answer to breaking the dead lock in the negotiating process is for the EU in the interim period to agree to a viable trade deal that will benefit both the EU and the UK. But there is another factor that the EU should consider and that is the trade deal it is seeking with Japan if there is no viable trade deal put in place with the UK and the EU’s export market suffers affecting the stability of the EU’s economy which will provoke the same uncertainty that is making the Japanese wary of making a solid viable trade deal with the UK because of the possibility of Brexit detrimentally affecting the UK’s economy engendered by the scaremongering of various remainer organizations and politicians, who are in fact going to suffer financial because of their scaremongering tactics than those who support Brexit in the end, which will cause the Japanese wary also of making a viable solid trade deal with EU which will in turn also have an effect on the EU’s economy. But in as far as the UK is concerned after Brexit as it has afore time over many centuries prospered in as far as global trade is concerned thus it will do so again when free from the shackles of the EU and if the EU remains intransigent over making beneficial trade deal beneficial to both the UK and the EU it will regret not having the extra access to global trade that a beneficial trade deal would bring about and if the EU did agree to a beneficial trade deal the as the UK prospered through global trading so would the EU also. What is the saying the blind leading the blind and both falling into the ditch so will it be with the EU if it remains blind to the possible prosperity that a beneficial trade deal with the UK would bring blind members being led by a blind and intransigent central government.

This is the Word of the Lord God to thee

from the prophet of the Lord

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