Broadcasting Media putting brakes on BREXIT: UK Likely to Remain Prisoner of the EU – Pray Urgently! 

Editor writes…

It’s now very clear today, with news of the latest Sky Data poll apparently showing a dramatic change in the public mood with more people changing their minds about leaving, and thinking we ought to stay in the EU, that my own personal prophesy, when the referendum was announced in 2016, is apparently coming true:  we will never be permitted to leave the EU.  The EU will see to it that we remain imprisoned in their diabolical project. Bit by bit, the media – especially the broadcasting media – have been building up their case for remaining; leading questions, ill-informed discussions, second-rate and manifestly biased commentators creating a picture of devastation outside the EU.  And, it must be said, the Leave side has been weak in its response – when, that is, they are permitted to respond.   So, what, if anything, can be done about it? 

Blogger, Westminster Fly, replies…

The EU is a spiritual problem – being freemasonic and satanic in origin, For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and power, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places.”

So I think we’ve got to go all out about this – have Masses said, rosaries, novenas, and penance, that we may completely leave the EU and that it may be destroyed completely.

The battle won’t be won by clueless politicians like Theresa May, that’s for sure. Humanly speaking, I think our best bet is if they get rid of her, and Boris Johnson gets in and gets Jacob Rees Mogg in the cabinet, then we stand a chance. Both are far from perfect, but they are light years ahead of Theresa May.

Apparently, since May gave out her Chequers statement, UKIP membership has gone through the roof again. Farage is talking about coming back. God uses all these imperfect instruments, but I still think the best way for a clean break with the EU is an intensive Mass/prayer/penance campaign.

Also, it may be one of these things that isn’t resolved until the Consecration of Russia. But the signs are there. EU apparatchiks are getting worried about ‘right-wing populism’ (i.e. patriotism and common sense) resurfacing in various countries. Things are on the move… so the remedy must be spiritual.  

Comments invited – share your thoughts on this Sky Data Poll – is it contrived, or fake news?  Share, too, your suggestions about prayers and penances as we reflect on Westminster Fly’s contention that the BREXIT remedy must be spiritual.   

28 responses

  1. Leo McKinstry made some good points in an article in the Express: Another vote? Be careful what you wish for, Remoaners: https://www.express.co.uk/comment/columnists/leo-mckinstry/996004/leo-mckinstry-comment-opinion-peoples-vote-brexit-latest-second-referendum

    However, I still think we must pray hard to overthrow this godless, satanic, masonic regime. As well as Masses being offered, and the rosary, perhaps readers would consider beginning a novena to Our Lady of Good Success for this intention:-

    Hail Mary Most Holy, Most Beloved Daughter of God the Father
    Through the intercession of Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres,
    grant thy good success to this request (name request)…
    Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be…
    Saint Michael, pray for us.

    Hail Mary Most Holy, Most Admirable Mother of God the Son
    Through the intercession of Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres,
    grant thy good success to this request (name request) …
    Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be…
    Saint Gabriel, pray for us.

    Hail Mary Most Holy, Most Faithful Spouse of God the Holy Ghost
    Through the intercession of Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres,
    grant thy good success to this request (name request) …
    Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be…
    Saint Raphael, pray for us.

    Hail Mary Most Holy, Temple and Sacrarium of the Most Holy Trinity.
    St. Michael, St. Gabriel, St. Raphael, pray for us.

    Our Lady of Good Success, thou who art the all-powerful intercessor before the Most Holy Trinity, deign to hear and answer my request, so long as it contributes to the salvation of my soul and the glory and exaltation of Holy Mother Church.

    Hail Holy Queen…

    Star of the Stormy Sea of my mortal life, may your light shine upon me so I do not stray from the path that leads me to Heaven.

    • WF,

      Leo McKinstry says exactly what I’ve been saying off and on, in between calling Theresa May names and wishing the Brexiteers were more forceful in debates and interviews, that a second referendum is very likely to bring a much larger vote to leave than previously. I think a lot of people didn’t vote the first time because they thought it a lost cause – who would have dreamt we could get out of the EU. My own first words on casting my vote to leave were to the effect that there’s just no way the EU will allow us to leave – and so it is turning out. So, I think McKinstry has a point. The Remoaners really should be careful what they wish for…

      And many thanks for that novena to Our Lady of Good Success. I plan to pray it in the nine days leading up to the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, on 15 August.

      As for a suitable penance – well, I’d cut down on chocolate, but then the problem arises, what would I do in Lent? Tricky…

  2. I also think that, unless there’s Divine intervention, we won’t be allowed to leave the E.U. Meanwhile, and humanly speaking, a change in the cabinet might help. Theresa May appears to be a nice person but I fear she’s not up to the job. Whatever one thinks of Boris, he is our best bet to be Prime Minister.

    A five minute perusal of the extent of the E.U’s tentacles choking the life out of Christian Europe, is all that’s needed to get the picture. I can’t understand how the vast majority of Europeans have fallen for this tyranny.

    • Crofterlady,

      I used to think Theresa May was “a nice person” as you say, but now, in my less than charitable moments (every other minute…) I wonder if she’s a sneaky, two-faced, fork-tongued, hypocritical, duplicitous so & so. And not very honest with it 😀

  3. Hard Brexit is the only answer – it always has been the only answer.

    The EU is primarily an ideological construct of the neo-marxist new world order and we only have to look at their contempt for democracy (getting the Irish to re-vote on Lisbon until they come up with the “right” answer), their trashing of Greece and the toleration of sky-high youth unemployment to realize that people and the economic viability of nations are of no concern to them whatsoever. They are preared to tolerate economic carnage and mass suffering of their populations in order to keep the “more europe” ideology and the euro currency alive.

    There was never any way that they would allow the UK to get a good deal. The consequences of them doing so would only encourage other countries to leave and that is the last thing on earth they want.

    We need to leave on WTF rules and we don’t need to erect a hard border in Ireland, but if the Irish government insist on doing so, let it be on their heads.

    Brexit will cause pain to our economy in the short term, but the long term benefits of being free of this idol will be great. Unfortunately we don’t live in a culture which values short-term pain for long-term gain, but the message of the Gospel is that this is the only way to succeed in anything in this life.

    Yes, many prayers and rosaries are needed and Masses offered up too if you are lucky enough to know a priest who hasn’t sold his soul to the golden calf.

    • Deacon Augustine,

      ” Unfortunately we don’t live in a culture which values short-term pain for long-term gain.”

      You’re probably right about that, but I do remember hearing plenty of people saying that we needed the government’s “austerity” measures for long term benefit, so maybe that is a problem than can be overcome, especially since it’s only a “maybe” unlike the cuts – if things go well when we leave, we may not have to suffer short term pain in the economy after all.

    • Deacon Augustine,

      “Hard Brexit is the only answer – it always has been the only answer.”

      I completely agree and have always completely agreed… We should have upped and left the day after the result, with a “gimme a call if you want to talk trade”…

  4. Is there a link to the Sky Data poll, so we can see what kinds of questions were asked, how they were phrased, and the %’s of responses to each question?

    • RCA Victor,

      In this case, it’s not so much about the way the questions were phrased, it’s more that the broadcasting media have built up the pressure, through biased reports and interviews, to create not so subliminal messages which are imbibed by the unthinking viewers/listeners who then trot out the “correct” answers when polled.

      The news programmes bring on young people who have become involved in the “People’s Vote” campaign and they spout false claims about how terrible it’s going to be and how BREXIT is already a disaster, and all they are asking for is a vote on the final deal to make sure businesses are OK, blah blah – all fibs. Their real agenda is to make sure that there is an option to “remain” and they can reverse the 2015 decision.

      So, having listened to that for weeks on end, the few people who are polled trot out the desired answers, even using the same words as the campaigners when interviewed on the street etc, confirming that the brainwashing is working. But I refer only to those minorities who are being polled by the likes of the very VERY pro-remain Sky News bunch. I am still pretty certain that the majority of us who voted LEAVE see through it all and would vote the same way if there is a second vote.

      Indeed, I think that the more intelligent members of the public who can see what is going on, would turn out in even greater numbers to vote LEAVE if the government gives in and permits a second referendum.

  5. And France has never been consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Poitiers, Marseilles, … a village here and there have been. The Sacred Heart badge is looked upon as “ultraconservatist monarchist and a Catholic point of view” (Raymond Jonas; Cult of Sacred Heart p. 138 It is a spiritual warfare alright!! Someday someone will do exactly as Our Lady has asked … Someday….”late”…….

      • The pictures are devastating, along with the news. Especially in view of the consecration of which I read in the book: France and the Cult of the Sacred Heart’ by Raymond Jonas on p. 41 “The reposoir,at the Canabiere, the heart of Marseille, would serve as the dais and ceremonial center for the consecration of the city to the Sacred Heart. The dedicatory procession and ceremony on the 20 June 1721 reproduced the pomp and dignity of the events of the preceding autumn and spring but on a much grander scale. The June procession was larger as it circulate through the squares and along the streets of the city. Catholic Marseilles was rich in penitent confraternities.” On Page 40 Bishop Henri Belsunce “The Sacred Heart of Jesus was the best resource.” Bishop Belsunce I surely can’t explain the disaster of the Muslims, nor understand it except in the light of the fact that the National consecration has not been done. Our Lady appeared at Pellevoisin in 1830 and said to Estelle Faguette and said “Oh France, what have I not done for you. France will have to suffer” Being the eldest daughter of the Church, the first Catholic kingdom (state run on Catholic principles) with the conversion of Clovis, France seems to have a special place with God. Have you seen any other country with so many important apparitions? Thank you for your information … depressing as it is. We must know.

    • Most of us on here are probably Centre to Right and that’s never going to be a Media Choice except with a few articles in The Daily Mail. The rest of the Newspapers are only good for one thing and the Ed would Bann me for My Quotes . What we really need is a TV station and we haven’t got one . The BBC are probably now on a footing with CNN across the water I personally and I hear others on this Blog who will not watch it but we have to pay for it Why . So as the likes of Sue Perkins. Stephen Fry . and co can pollute our Children with their Homosexual and Transgender views . The other day really brought the BBC down to a new low ( if that’s possible) I only seen it on a Tweet which was enough. Dressing 2 year olds in different clothes and more or less asking others what Gender they were . It’s a sick society indeed that does this. They want to bring up kids Genderless then let them choose their Sex when their older . Evil.

  6. As soon as the vote was over long ago, I foresaw that the British Leaders would insidiously provoke troubles in the economic system to force the British to reconsider their decision to leave the Europe of Brussels.

  7. I remember that I heard Tony Blair saying on French Television “that he did not believe that the British would leave the European Community, it will not work”, he said.

  8. From the moment the vote to leave was announced, a majority of the British establishment have been working to overturn the will of the people.

    From bald suggestions to simply ignore the vote, to all kinds of scaremongering, they have and will try it all.

    The latest one I heard was that the media was saying there could be a shortage of insulin (for diabetes patients) after we leave. They said there was no facility to manufacture insulin in the UK, when in fact there are two major insulin manufacturing sites in the UK.

    I have also heard the fact the Government is “stockpiling” some items described as an indicator that the process is in chaos. Equally, I have heard the Government attacked for apparently having no contingency. It’s just ridiculous.

    Of course, the EU is being as awkward as possible, into the bargain. It has a vested interest in either thwarting the UK’s move to leave, or making it as painful a process as possible. After all, if the UK is seen to swan off into the sunset and make a roaring success of life outside the Soviet…er, European Union, then suddenly many more nations would want to leave.

    But as we buy more from the EU, than they do from us……surely we hold all the cards?

    The big danger is a 2nd vote being announced, because you can bet the media would go into overdrive to reverse the first result. We have seen in Ireland (several times) how EU ‘democracy’ works – you just have to keep voting, for as long as it takes you to finally vote for the ‘right’ thing.

    That so many people are happy to accept these EU overlords, who were imposed on us all, just shows how supine and unthinking many (most?) modern people are.

    We want a clean break from this appalling institution. Nothing less with do. Even if there are some transitional difficulties, (which is not guaranteed), I strongly believe we will reap the benefit in future. Not least

    • Gabriel Syme,

      I agree. Also have of some major stores such Tesco, Asda, etc having empty shelves as though tinned items and the like possibly being withheld to cause a panic scare.

      The British Establishment and the EU will force as many referendums as they like in order to get the “correct vote”, as you say the example being Ireland.

  9. You wrote “share your suggestions about penances and prayers.” So, as London seems to be known as the financial capital of the world, it is of paramount importance that Brexit not take place. What a dent that would put in the fake money system of usury. Suggest you go to http://www.michaeljournal.org and take a look around. They have been promoting social credit for a long time. Search ‘The Money Myth Exploded’ by Louis Even. (it is funny too ) Michael is a very Catholic organization promoting Rosary and penance ……………

  10. I note all these references to France with great sadness as we are here on holiday at the moment. One sees all the street names: Rue St someone or Avenue St someone else everywhere and every little village has a beautiful little church, mostly disused these days. We are in a small town called Issigeac which has a lovely church right in the middle but on Sunday it is only famous for its excellent market . The chicken seller almost on the church steps. No sign of Mass. the secularisation of this beautiful country seems almost complete….

    • Elizabeth,

      Our French blogger (Lionel) bemoans the secularisation of France. Tragic.

      Hope you enjoy your holiday the best you can anyway – and who knows, you might bump into Theresa May and her husband, who are over there and preparing to spend holiday time with President Macron. Pass on our advice about BREXIT – which is to shout “No deal” and run!

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