Jan 17

Tory Remainers in disarray

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    • Rocks
    • Rox G on 17 January 2019 at 17:32

    You always seem determined that the UK should leave the EU on biblical grounds, yet the UK is not mentioned in the Bible.

    Do you feel equally strongly that (say) Poland or Denmark should leave the EU ?

      • Stephen
      • Stephen on 17 January 2019 at 17:43
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      It’s because the EU is a revived Roman Empire. You need to click on the ‘Spiritual Significance’ link.

    • jsampson45
    • John S on 17 January 2019 at 18:49

    What exactly is a revived Roman empire? Is it clear that the UK is not part of it, with its anointed kings and queens originally subject to the Pope? The C of E is a partial breakaway but only partial. Then again there are the rather mysterious findings of Jeremy James who superimposes the sites of various London buildings and monuments on a star map of the constellation Orion. This man has some wacky ideas but he seems to be on to something here – not necessarily what he thinks, though.

      • Stephen
      • Stephen on 18 January 2019 at 11:59
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      Hi John, I showed in my videos on the European Union how the EU is a revived Roman empire.
      https://www.christianvoice.org.uk/index.php/brexit-debate-eus-spiritual-dimension/

  1. No No Deal means that if we can’t agree a deal we stay in the EU.

    • on 18 January 2019 at 15:37

    Thanks for this great article.

    All those MP’s who are disrespecting the result of the Referendum are traitors of democracy. Their demand for another vote, an extension of Article 50 and demands to rule out “No Deal” have made it much harder to negotiate with the like of Tusk and Barnier.

    It has empowered them to believe that they can get away with offering a poor deal, which still gives them a level of control over us. The EU is like an octupus with lots of tentacles and they cannot let go even if it is just one tentacle holding on.

    In the longer term No Deal with save us £39B and free us from a crumbling institution which in years to come will see further Countries exit the EU.

  2. If we don’t leave on time there will be a lot of angry people, and that anger will be directed towards all of the MPs. The public will rightly see it as a case of, “You’ve had long enough” . We should leave on this date and we should not agree to pay the EU any more money than what our subscription is. Furthermore we should not agree to the EU having any control over us what-so-ever after this date, and that includes any lock-ins. From this date Parliament’s rule in this country should be supreme. OK I know we will still be a member of the ECHR, and that does not worry me unduly, but we must not get our hands tied, e.g. if Parliament wants to send EU citizens back home then it should be free to do so. It should be business as usual, just as it was prior to joining. If our MPs can’t operate in this way, and if they are so brainwashed by the EU that they would rather choose what is good for the EU and not our country, then it is the duty of every one of us to give them the boot. If we leave without a deal then so be it. I’d rather each issue were dealt with separately by a separate parliamentary vote.

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