Hey, you all. So, I just want a bit of rant about Brexit, and specifically about Brexit, about why I think we'll actually get ideal through, okay. And, I do think and will say this, it will be the last minute, you know, twelfth-hour deal come through. But the reality is, nonetheless, it will be a deal, okay. And the reason is quite simply because, think about it from politicians perspective, Theresa May, or whoever you wanna say, Boris Johnson, anyone who's in the position there. And, we're talking about the UK and the EU as well. The reality is that they are not gonna be...they don't want to be the politician that turns a no deal and what that might entail, okay. Neither side wants that. Neither side, I think, will accept that because as politicians, if you think about it, their number one gain is to get voted back in. So, once they're in, stay in power, if they're out of power, get voted back in. And the last thing anyone wants is to be a no deal and therefore that just won't happen.
So, and that, above all else, I think there will be some be some common sense come through and I think that we will actually see a deal. Now obviously, I've coupled a lot of heat sayings, things like this, because, you know, it's not fashionable to come out and say that, you know, you think there'll be a deal or to support Brexit or anything like that.
You know, it's really one of these things where you're gonna be both sides of the camp, and for me, well, you know what, I don't have to sit on any side of the camp. I got nobody telling me what the hell I should think. I am reading lots about it, I'm involved in the market as much as anyone. And you know what? I think this is the reality from all of my experience, and from all of my years of what I think will happen. And, whether you agree with it or not, I don't really care, that's my thought.
You know, I think as politicians, they have to decide, "But you know what? We need to get voted back in. And the only way we gonna get voted back in, the only way the electoral...the people are gonna actually keep us in if we actually get a deal." Now, what will that deal entail? I think that the deal is actually there, you know, the deal is there for the taking. And I think, you know, if you think about it, if they make it really hard, and seem really hard to get a deal, then all of a sudden what you might find is when they do get a deal, they are like, "Oh, look we saved the day."
So, everything for me is pointing towards us getting a deal. And I guess you can sit there and say, "Well, actually, you know, I don't think so, you know, this is politicians, there's no way." Because a lot of people are drawn on either side, so of course they're gonna say, "It has to be no deal and we've gotta have a second vote. And we're doing all this." And I'll do another vid on what I think about a second vote as well because, you know, that's another story. But bottom line is, guys, I think there'll be a deal, and I think we will Brexit. Do I think it's gonna be a dog's breakfast? Absolutely. Do I think it's gonna kill the economy and all over sudden Britain won't exist or the UK won't exist? Absolutely not.
I think actually when it's all said and done, a lot of the damage is already done, okay. And the reality is, I think we'll see, and we'll look back at this time as being a bit of a joke, and a bit of a, "Why the hell did we put ourselves through that?" Let's stab something in our heart and then hope we don't die. Reality is we are a big country and that is not gonna kill us, okay. So, for me the vote or the deal will come, it will get through, it will be the twelfth hour, it will still be a dog's breakfast. But, you know what? We will survive, and we will get through it, and actually, those people who held their nerve, I think will be rewarded quite nicely because they did that.
That's my prediction, you might not agree with it. Anyway, subscribe, comment, and give me your thoughts. See you guys.