Herland Report: Most UK firms support Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal in what could be Johnson’s Churchillian moment in redefining British politics.
For long, the threat of Parliament stopping Brexit – the will of the people – has angered many in the British public. It has become a quest for democracy in Britain – or the end of it.
Is it the Parliament’s role to stop the will of the people?
The central question becomes: Is it the Parliament’s role to stop the will of the people? When the Labour Party under Corbyn pushes for the EU Globalist agenda, who fights for the worker class any longer? The answer in Great Britain is: The Conservative Party under the people’s Boris Johnson.
Brexit implemented might define the very legacy of Boris Johnson as one of the greatest prime ministers since Churchill. It will represent a massive victory for democracy and the respect of the will of the people in Europe.
It was clear long ago that Boris Johnson would be the next UK prime minister, his hard Brexit statements cutting his path to becoming the prime minister to deal with precisely that. In its routine, the mainstream media – owned by Brexit enemies and globalist elites – slander Johnson from day one.
Watch his first Commons statement, Boris Johnson then said his government would throw itself into Brexit negotiations with energy. Let us hope this is true, that his intent really is to honor the will of the people.
The UK will leave the EU on the 31st of October.
He states that “the UK will leave the EU on the 31st of October, with the purpose of uniting and reenergizing the United Kingdom and making this country the greatest place on earth. It is useful to imagine the trajectory upon which we now may embark.”
“It is more than possible that the United Kingdom will be the greatest and most prosperous economy in Europe, at the center of a new network of trade deals which we have pionered, with the road and investments we are making by unleashing the whole productive power of the United Kingdom, not only of London and the south-east, but of every corner of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.”
“Our Constitutional settlement of the United Kingdom will be firm and secure, our union of nations be unquestioned, our democracy robust, our future clean, green, prosperous, united, confident and ambitious.”
If Brexit comes through today, this might define the very legacy of Boris Johnson as one of the greatest prime ministers since Churchill. It will represent a massive victory for democracy and the respect of the will of the people in Europe.