Britain is going back to the polls – again. Only this time to deal with the remainer MPs who have blocked the will of the people by preventing an orderly exit from the EU which we voted for in 2016. On December 12th, this country will either give Boris a majority which he can use to get his Brexit deal through (read: not actual Brexit), or will have handed this country to Jeremy Corbyn by giving their vote to Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party. And the elites know it!
If my faith was not quite so strong (and remember that if the bullets are whistling past your head, you’re safe – even if you have white knuckles!), my head would be in my hands over this latest attempt by the elites to subvert Brexit and bring this country into chaos. What would suit the elites more than a socialist (read: Marxist) government under Corbyn? After all, their plan, which they have revealed for all to see is global communism under the United Nations Agenda 21/2030! But don’t get me wrong, Jeremy Corbyn is a man I have areas of agreement with, but that doesn’t mean I want him and his crazy pack of wealth-destroying piranhas in power. And of course, Brexit would be ever further from completion.
I have also said that I will not vote – I’ve changed my mind about voting in this last year, because I cannot reconcile the idea of giving a mandate to a local person to make law on my behalf, with my beloved God who says that we are not to add, nor diminish, anything from his Law! Read more: The UK’s political situation is worthy of comment
So I will be sitting this one out, and praying to my God for mercy. This nation is about to either get what it asked for (be careful what you ask for), or make the biggest voting mistake in a Jubilee cycle.
Make NO mistake, a vote for Nigel Farage’s Brexit party is a vote for Cobyn. Unless Farage and Johnson agree to place candidates strategically, this statement is true. Tactical voting is required to keep us from the grip of a Marxist nightmare – a Marxist nightmare which the elites want for all the world.
May God have mercy on us all.