Thus saith the Lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob
Thus saith the Lord God saviour redeemer and creator of the whole of creation unto thee in as far as the Brexit backstop and the question is, is there a solution to the Irish border dilemma and the answer is No! And there never will be to the satisfaction of the Irish Government and the EU each having their own agendas for Northern Ireland the EU see it as a means of keeping the UK in the EU via the backstop the Irish Government as a means of re-unification in that the UK will in the end if a solution to the Irish border question cannot be found would agree to Northern Ireland remaining in the EU just to end the Backstop solution and finally be able to leave the EU which the EU does not want but would agree to if Northern Ireland did remain in the EU then if the UK did agree to let Northern Ireland remain in the EU the Irish Government would put it to the British Government that Northern Ireland remaining in the EU means it is no longer a part of the UK and might as well be re-united with the South meaning that in the end that Southern Ireland would have achieved its objective of which it put in place by pointing out that both Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland wanted there to be an open border between North and South citing the good Friday agreement as a reason for keeping an open border which could only remain in place if there was an open Border meaning the good Friday agreement would end if a hard border came into effect. But until the British government proposed the backstop as a solution to the Irish Border question there never was going to be a deal on the table that would benefit the UK the EU until the proposal of the Backstop solution by the British Government was seeking by any and all means of keeping the UK from leaving the EU and if it could not then the result of the Brexit Negotiations would have been a no Deal Brexit the reason basically for the EU agreeing to the deal on the table and the signed treaty proposed by the UK government is the backstop without the backstop there was never going to be a deal on the table and there is as the EU puts it no Treaty without the backstop to put it simply and plainly the Backstop is a means of trapping the UK in the EU no matter what the EU states to the contrary and when I say as afore said there was no deal until the backstop solution to the Irish Border problem was by the UK put forward the only outcome of the Brexit negotiations then with the redlines put in place by both sides was always going to be a no deal Brexit. The Irish border problem in as far as Ireland is concerned was a means to an end and that end is the re-unification of Northern Ireland with Southern Ireland of which the Irish Government with the backing of the EU was aiming to achieve but now as a no deal Brexit is looming ever closer both the EU the Irish Government and the pro re-unification political parties in Northern Ireland are revealing their true ambitions for Northern Ireland which was not really; in as far as Irish Government is concerned; about an open or hard Irish Border it is about on the Irish governments part re-unification with Northern Ireland and on the EU’s part stopping the UK from leaving the EU of which it can ill afford to let happen thus the call for a Northern Ireland referendum resulting from the fear of a No Deal Brexit.
This is the Word of the Lord God unto thee
from the prophet of the Lord