#THE #BORDER PROBLEMS BETWEEN #NORTHERN AND #SOUTHERN #IRELAND ARE NOT THE #UKS BUT THE #IRISH GOVERNMENT’S BACKED BY THE #EU

Thus saith the Lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob

Thus saith the Lord God unto thee it is not the British Governments responsibility to come up with a solution to the Irish Border problem it is Irelands and the EU’s but mainly the EU’s responsibility as it is its rules and regulation that is causing the problem not Britain’s Brexit. The UK government is and has been willing to go along with any proposal put forward by either the EU or the Irish government. Passing the buck as thou wouldst say it will not solve the problem of a frictionless free open border. Britain has set its red line beyond which it will not go and so has the EU thus the impasse. Thus the it is that that no matter what solution the British Government comes up with it comes up against the EU’s adamant refusal to budge on the border controls the EU has in place on the free movement of goods and people. But there is a solution which is giving the UK now the offer of a progressive free trade deal but as the Irish government has said it will veto any trade deal unless the UK comes up with a solution for a frictionless open Irish border well in as far as that is concerned Irelands Government with the backing of the EU by vetoing a progressive free trade deal are in effect causing the dead lock on the Irish Border solution. So it would be best for both sides now to agree on a progressive free trade deal which will allow the rest of the Negotiation to proceed on schedule.

 

This is the Word of the Lord God to thee

from the prophet of the Lord

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