As stated in the past, the Brexit will have ramifications that won’t bode well for Great Britain and some that will. For starters, the British finally have a voice that has been heard.
It’s also better that they don’t become subjugated to the Berlin-Brussels axis. However, the benefits and disadvantages get tricky as it will also make it easier for this axis to consolidate control and rein over Europe unimpeded, allowing for the United States of Europe to be created.
The largest problem Britain faces is isolation and lack of representation on the European continent. This will prove to be true in the coming months and years as they will lose support for British territories world-wide, especially Gibraltar.
Spain is now pouncing on an opportunity that was warned about months ago, if not years: It’s gunning for Gibraltar.
Brexit related headlines:
Federal Lab Forced To Close After ‘Disturbing’ Data Manipulation (The Daily Caller)
China stalls India’s bid to enter nuclear club (Nikkea Asia Review)