Britain is now free of the European Union:
The UK stopped following EU rules at 23:00 GMT, as replacement arrangements for travel, trade, immigration and security co-operation came into force. Boris Johnson said the UK had “freedom in our hands” and the ability to do things “differently and better” now the long Brexit process was over.
Although it may not have been as dramatic, this victory for Britain is actually more important than either WWI or WWII. Whether the British people use their freedom wisely or not is irrelevant, the point is that for the first time in decades, they are free to choose their own destiny.
Make no mistake, Brexit is a major blow for the globalists, as it punctured the illusion of inevitability behind which many of their advancements were made. And they know it, as Macron’s bitter speech today underlines:
Emmanuel Macron sparked fury today by claiming Brexit was the product of ‘lies and false promises’ in a bitter broadside at Britain’s departure from the EU. The French president lashed out at the UK’s decision to quit the block on the night it finally took place, more than four years after the Brexit referendum.
He used his New Year address to his nation to castigate the UK’s decision to go it alone after agreeing a trade deal which could damage the French fishing fleet – and his grip on power.
In the address delivered from the Elysee Palace, Paris, Mr Macron questioned the strength of Britain’s sovereignty following its departure from the European Union. ‘A few days ago, we reached an agreement to organise our future relations, defending our interests, our industries, our fishermen and our unity, he said in a video address,’ he said. ‘The United Kingdom remains our neighbour but also our friend and ally. This choice of leaving Europe, this Brexit, was the child of European malaise and lots of lies and false promises.’