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Congratulations, Britain! June 24, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Christendom, history, It's all about the $$$, Restoration, Society, true leadership.
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I think it’s the right move to leave the EU.  Britain can return to its historic position as a waypoint between North America and other regions and the continent.  I fear our spiteful president will not extend any special trade relations with Britain while he remains in office.  His callow feelings towards the UK have been apparent since he entered office.

Whether this marks the start of a trend, especially with regard to rolling back the socialistic, anti-Christian agenda of the transnational globalists remains to be seen.  Since it was socialists like Attlee who helped found the predecessors of the EU in the first place, it comes by its bureaucratic, undemocratic orientation quite naturally.  Those deeply entrenched elements of power will not sit idly by and see one of the prime vehicles of supra-national control they’ve developed dismembered.  They will certainly fight, and Britain may be made to “pay a price for their lack of vision.”

It is certainly interesting, and to some degree encouraging, to see the growing backlash against the socializing elites and their micromanaging plans for the rest of us.  Does the Brexit vote foretell a shock this November in the presidential election?  That’s unclear at this point, but whether Trump is elected president or not (and I remain no great fan of his), perhaps something has been started in the UK and in the US that cannot be stopped.  We shall see……

Out brexit

Hey, if Elizabeth Hurley is for something, how can I be against?

Comments

1. Angelic Doctor Games - June 24, 2016

Like I’ve said for years, it is time for Texit. Good to see that Britain has revealed to the entire globe that secession is still possible and desired. If the UK can do it, so can we here living in the Lone Star state!

Elizabeth - June 27, 2016

At least according to what I’ve read, it’s not possible under current law. http://hotair.com/archives/2016/06/25/texit-after-brexit-not-so-fast/

Angelic Doctor Games - June 27, 2016

That’s a limited view. What? Because it is not expressly written into a current law set or constitution we cannot do this? The colonies leaving Great Britain was also not an expressly written law and yet it happened. Think outside the freakin’ box and live free.

Tantumblogo - June 27, 2016

There are huge issues. But I don’t think legality is much of a concern here. Those arguments are mostly a fig leaf. I continue to fear that any regime in Texas that came to power as a separate nation would, being drawn from basically the same toxic culture, quickly descend into the same morass we see now in the fifty states. But, as a concept or idea, I’ve never opposed it.

2. SoccerMom - June 24, 2016

Rule, Britannia! Britannia, rule the waves!
Britons never, never, never shall be slaves.

3. Dismas - June 24, 2016

Yes, we shall see. I think you are completely correct. Those who wish to dominate the world will not accept this and just go home.

I have no idea what is really in the works behind this, or behind Donald Trump. It could be that all of this is some sort of set-up. Again, we shall see.

But from here in the nickle-seats, all of this is somewhat encouraging to me. I cannot lose sight of the fact that all of this worldly stuff runs a distant second to the Social Kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ,

And I have to say, like Angelic Doctor Games, perhaps even naively, I’d like to see Texit.

4. Faith of Our Fathers - June 24, 2016

Tantrum — My vote to leave was mostly based on my views of the Muslims Minority’s Majority. But don’t hold your breath for a Christian revival over here. If I went out on the street right now and offered £10,000 pounds to someone who could tell me the 10 Commandments and stayed out until someone could my money would double in interest .

5. Observer - June 24, 2016

The Champagne corks are popping in my street tonight!
The evil EU tower of babel still has fight left in it, so we must redouble our efforts and keep the prayer pressure applied.

6. aquinas54 - June 25, 2016

I agree, too. In addition to the basic reasons (sovereignty, control of their own borders, reducing bureaucracy), I figured I must be against anything George Soros supports.

Frank

7. DM - June 25, 2016

Praise God for freeing Britain from the wicked EU. May this mark the beginning of the return of Our Lady’s Dowry. God save the Queen!

8. reader - June 26, 2016

Election was June 23rd, the day after the Feast of Sts. John Fisher and Thomas More, martyrs of religious freedom. Also during the USCCB Fortnight for Freedom highlighting the importance of religious liberty through education, prayer, etc. http://www.fortnight4freedom.org

(The relics of the two saints are currently touring the U.S. sponsored by the U.S. Bishops. See above site for locations. Unfortunately nowhere around here.)

Observer - June 26, 2016

Listen to Mussorgsky’s composition ‘Eve of St John on Bare Mountain’. The significance of the day has gone over most people’s heads.


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