Global Strategic Change in Sound Bite Form

The best part of the UK Election result is it is the last linchpin for a new economics of the planet. The post Nixon era of globalists buying congress and the Federal Bureaucracy to keep the money , assets, skills , intellectual property and jobs flowing out of the US is crashing down. With the incentives for relocation of the supply chains out of China (both from tariffs by the USA and Chinese blatant piracy), the rejection of NAFTA and TPP, we are forming a group of the USA, Japan, Mexico, Canada, and now the UK , with potential for Australia and Brazil to join who will implement fair trade and real win win economics. Canada will eventually come along politically out of necessity. The UK -US deal will begin the complete destruction of the EU as an economic cartel.

The implications are staggering for the chance of keeping freedom alive for a few more generations.

A large, growing skilled middle class is the globalists and totalitarians worst nightmare.

Next step- replacing education K-16 with a profit making competitive enterprise.

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Author: TKC 1101

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7 thoughts on “Global Strategic Change in Sound Bite Form”

  1. Woof!  Very positive outlook.  Might get crowded in our clubhouse.  Now that freedom as political condition has been unleashed, I think, it will be hard to roll it back.  You’re right about Brazil; I spent a lot of time there on biz, and they are sympatico with our culture.  Once Chile gets over its current leftist spasm, they will be solid economic allies, too.  I’ve witnessed their high skill level and they are just plain likeable.  Both are gorgeous countries, too.  Much left to be done, of course, but we have a positive trajectory established.

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  2. TKC 1101:
    The implications are staggering for the chance of keeping freedom alive for a few more generations.

    The flame of freedom might continue to burn for a generation or even a few but we’re not voting our way out of our troubles. Declines are never strictly monotonic; there will be occasional reversals like Brexit and Trump.

    In Derbian fashion, I note that

    Skepticism, pessimism, and suspicion of happy talk are the true characteristics of an authentically conservative temperament.

    The future is more Kurt Schlichter than it is Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.

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  3. TKC 1101:
    the rejection of NAFTA

    Well, the USMCA retains some provisions it should have jettisoned.

    But, the new Agreement is better than what it replaced.   The movement is in a positive direction.

    TKC 1101:
    we are forming a group of the USA, Japan, Mexico, Canada, and now the UK

    Yes.   President Trump stands ready to make a wonderful deal with Boris.   It needs to be really good for the U.K., good enough to take the wind out of the sails of the Scottish independence movement.

    Fair Trade is the best way to improve the lives of millions of people, and it is a conservative approach to international trade.

    This is real global leadership from a pro-American President who rejects globalism.

    The more the world protects independent nations and the more those nations embrace American values, the better ordinary living will be for billions of ordinary people.

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  4. MJBubba:
    Yes.   President Trump stands ready to make a wonderful deal with Boris.   It needs to be really good for the U.K., good enough to take the wind out of the sails of the Scottish independence movement.

    The SNP gained many seats in Parliament. They’re going for another referendum and they might well prevail this time; I say, good riddance. They’re a bunch of blood-sucking socialists who are dragging down England and Wales. The Tory majority would be more solid without them.

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  5. drlorentz:

    MJBubba:
    Yes.   President Trump stands ready to make a wonderful deal with Boris.   It needs to be really good for the U.K., good enough to take the wind out of the sails of the Scottish independence movement.

    The SNP gained many seats in Parliament. They’re going for another referendum and they might well prevail this time; I say, good riddance. They’re a bunch of blood-sucking socialists who are dragging down England and Wales. The Tory majority would be more solid without them.

    I am tempted to agree with you.  But it will probably be nearly two years before they get a new referendum on Scottish independence.

    In the meantime, the U.K. leaves the E.U. and inks a fabulous fair trade deal with U.S.A., Mexico, Canada, Japan, S.Korea, and Brazil.  Boris J. dials back on regulations, markets boom, and ordinary low-information Scots voters take a fresh look at the E.U. muscle flexing over its member states.   Referendum is polling so bad that it gets shelved.

    Nigel Farage has a new Reform Party that picks up about a third of the SNP voters and supports the Conservative Party majority as they make new immigration law, police reform, drain the bureaucratic swamp in London and unite with Team Trump to save western civilization.

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  6. Also post-Brexit, the Visegrád Group, now with much more leverage against Brussels, starts whacking the EU into less malign policies and behavior.

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