The global financial mafia is ready to launch full attack against UK in case it becomes too 'radical'
International rating agencies, closely monitoring the situation in the UK, have warned the country’s creditworthiness faces a downgrade after the Conservative Party’s failure to win a majority in Thursday’s general election.
The sentence above describes perfectly the true nature of the so-called 'invisible' markets that supposedly act independently. The global financial mafia is focused on the UK for the moment because of the unexpected rise of Jeremy Corbyn. The Socialist 'threat' hangs above one of the key financial centers of the planet and the elites have one more serious reason to remain in alarm mode.
So, as RT reported, “International rating agencies, closely monitoring the situation in the UK, have warned the country’s creditworthiness faces a downgrade after the Conservative Party’s failure to win a majority in Thursday’s general election. According to the agencies, the UK’s election result could delay negotiations with the European Union over its exit from the bloc and throws the future path of its economic policy into doubt. [...] S&P currently rates the UK at AA, with a negative outlook. The country was stripped of its triple-A rating immediately after the Brexit referendum last year. The negative outlook means Britain is at risk of future downgrades.”
The elites experienced a second big shock after Brexit vote, thanks to the 'indiscipline' of the UK voters who have chosen to shake the foundations of the establishment, by giving more power to Jeremy Corbyn this time.
As long as the political uncertainty remains in the UK, nothing secures the 'business as usual' situation in favor of the establishment. Big banks, rating agencies and the whole cabal of the neoliberal regime, are ready to orchestrate some kind of financial coup against the country, in case of a Socialist 'accident' through Jeremy Corbyn.
Remember: the establishment continuously attacks Corbyn and labels him "radical" just because he wants to give some relief to the poorest who are drifted by the Tsunami of the neoliberal barbarism. Therefore, this type of 'radicalism' will not be tolerated by the regime.
The international financial junta will test every dirty trick towards Brexit cancellation. In case Theresa May survive politically inside the Tories, she will be forced to focus on this mission.
The financial lobbies have just bought some extra time to reverse Brexit. They will exercise unprecedented pressure both on May and her party, as well as on the EU financial center in Frankfurt. The conservatives will be forced to re-negotiate with the Brussels-Berlin axis in order to work together and find a trick to cancel Brexit. Simultaneously, the lobbies will push Brussels (and mostly Berlin and Frankfurt) to make significant retreats that will become a tool in the hands of Theresa May and the Tories to reverse Brexit.
But if things get even worse and Brexit becomes a reality, the UK must be punished for its 'audacity' to defy the planning of the neoliberal regime. Punishment will possibly include dramatic downgrade of the UK credibility by the rating agencies.
Yet, things would get much worse for the neoliberal regime with Jeremy Corbyn in power. It would be a nightmare for the regime to see the motherland of neoliberalism start turning to social policies and massive nationalizations of key sectors. A successful Britain under Jeremy Corbyn that would manage to rebirth the social state and bring hope to its citizens, could become an example for others. Imagine what would happen if the Greek people would realize that Britain (out of the EU) under Corbyn is bringing back social policies at the same time they experience the brutal neoliberal measures imposed by Greece's creditors.
Therefore, in this case, punishment of the UK is expected to be much more cruel. We should expect even provocative operations by the regime to overthrow Corbyn.
For now, the British people have lost a unique opportunity to achieve a great victory against the establishment. Yet, the battle is far from over ...