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Like Moses leading the children of Israel out of the tyranny and wickedness of Egypt and into the Promised Land, Nigel Farage has led his countrymen out of the EU and to freedom! We have broken off the shackles of the European Union and sent the Pope and his lackeys packing! The Catholic Church now stands to lose its seat at Westminster!

Farage, for his efforts, deserves nothing less than a knighthood, a peerage even. He deserves to have a statue outside Parliament, preferably beside Oliver Cromwell's own, whose spirit is no doubt looking down from heaven on the events that have transpired today, and is filled with joy. For in his day Cromwell knew that Parliament was the sovereign ruler of these isles, and he held this close to his heart, and he would be horrified at any attempt to divest Britain of its parliamentary sovereignty and have this sovereignty relinquished to any institution, let alone one that is the design of the Vatican, a part of an infernal Papistical conspiracy! The countries of the European Union have been arrayed against us in a sordid coalition for the destruction of British pride. But they have failed this day, this day that the British people took back their liberties!

Boris, for his part, must become our next Prime Minister, and lead us from glory to glory! He must appoint Gove as his Chancellor, and lead a post-Brexit settlement that will give honour and prosperity to this great country.

The agents of the Vatican and the Eurocrats are with long faces this day, this day that their plans for one European state, under an almighty European bureaucracy, were dashed. Let this sound the trumpet call for revolution across the Continent, and let the walls of Brussels, like the walls of Jericho, crumble at the trumpeting of the godly European revolutionaries!

The Remain traitors within our isles, who voted for a continuation of Popish rule, and who have forgotten our centuries-long history of struggle against Popish tyranny, who have forgotten the Magna Carta, and who have forgotten the formation of the Parliament in the Middle Ages, who have forgotten the Reformation, who have forgotten the Civil War and the Glorious Revolution, now heap abuse on the heads of those to whom this country really belongs - the patriots, you and I, who cheered on for Brexit and who got their just desserts - freedom, at long last, freedom!

The youth, many in my own generation, who did not see the truth and have been brainwashed by pro-EU Marxist teachers, pontificating the glories of multiculturalism and diversity and promoting the fake One-World globalist agenda, are among those angry and sullen, and wish to turn their anger onto those of us wise youth and other pro-Leavers, who voted for the end of this disgraceful experiment, responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent Europeans, and which has the blood of so many on its hands. But we shall reclaim this country from their sordid grip. We must begin the hard work now of transforming our country, ignoring the name-calling and the abuse and insults, and get to the hard work of restoring us to glory. We shall build a new Jerusalem with the liberties we have won back, and the rebuilding of our great land shall be akin to the rebuilding of the Temple, under the oversight of our great future leader, Boris Johnson, who is akin to a new Joshua or Nehemiah!

The spirits of Enoch Powell, Oliver Cromwell, Winston Churchill, Oswald Mosley, William Pitt the Elder, William Pitt the Younger, William III of Orange, Reverend Ian Paisley, Edward Carson and others now look down on us this day and they say "Well done Britain! Your future and your freedom and that of your children has been assured!"

Like Gideon, called from his humble home to do battle for the Lord, Farage was called from his humble habitation to do battle for our country. Now, let us honour him as we must!

The deceased Reverend Ian Paisley must surely be disappointed that his fellow Northern Irishmen chose to vote to stay in that Papistical entity of the EU, against all the warnings he had given them. But I am sure that most of the good, God-fearing Protestants voted out, and that it was some pseudo-Protestants in alliance with Catholics that voted to Remain. I trust, also, that the entirety of his congregation voted for out!

The tremors of this political earthquake must spread beyond our borders! We must pray that our American brothers will also choose to defy the establishment and elect God's warrior, Donald Trump, for President.

"In the year that King Uzziah died,", the prophet Isaiah wrote, "I saw the glory of the Lord." Let this year the EU die, so that we may see the glory of the Lord!

FREEDOM FOR BRITAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DEATH TO POPERY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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You are deluded
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I am so confused is this a joke right?
Please tell me nobody really thinks this before i loose all faith in humanity.
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TL;DR.

Lost interest at the mention of Moses and the Promise Land.:rolleyes:
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hahaha, glory awaits !! :lol:
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I am so confused is this a joke right?
Please tell me nobody really thinks this before i loose all faith in humanity.
No joke!
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your IQ is below 100
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your IQ is below 100
LOL
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One thing we cannot do, however, is allow Northern Ireland to go free. The Scottish can leave, the less horrible, vile leftists in this country the better. But we must keep NI, to defend the rights of the God-fearing, Britain-serving Protestants!

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One thing we cannot do, however, is allow Northern Ireland to go free. The Scottish can leave, the less horrible, vile leftists in this country the better. But we must keep NI, to defend the rights of the God-fearing, Britain-serving Protestants!

Yes indeed, gaining our 'sovereignty' back by splitting up the United Kingdom into Little England. Good job.
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Yes indeed, gaining our 'sovereignty' back by splitting up the United Kingdom into Little England. Good job.
The split was inevitable. Scotland is filled with vile, treacherous, backbiting, small-minded national socialists. We're better off without them.
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The split was inevitable. Scotland is filled with vile, treacherous, backbiting, small-minded national socialists. We're better off without them.
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Indeed! It's a glorious day for Britain!

A few hours ago the Temple of Atom (a tiny post-traditional Buddhist sect which started up in my area a few years ago, it has nothing to do with the church of atom from fallout) declared Farage a saint. Personally I think he deserves to have a knighthood and to go down in history as a hero of the British people. I also think June 23rd should be a national holiday in celebration of regaining our independence. Hopefully we'll use this opportunity to start rebuilding our relations with Russia and with the Commonwealth, to start putting the British peoples first and to pave the way for future generations to prosper.

The traitorous and/or deluded remain voters may hurl their abuse at we patriots, but we are fed up with EU rule and we will not put up with their bs any longer! Just as the noble Buddha withstood the attacks of Mara for seven days while he meditated under the Bodhi tree, we must withstand the sh*t from the remain voters. Just like the noble Buddha, we will emerge victorious!
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Indeed! It's a glorious day for Britain!

A few hours ago the Temple of Atom (a tiny post-traditional Buddhist sect which started up in my area a few years ago, it has nothing to do with the church of atom from fallout) declared Farage a saint. Personally I think he deserves to have a knighthood and to go down in history as a hero of the British people. I also think June 23rd should be a national holiday in celebration of regaining our independence. Hopefully we'll use this opportunity to start rebuilding our relations with Russia and with the Commonwealth, to start putting the British peoples first and to pave the way for future generations to prosper.

The traitorous and/or deluded remain voters may hurl their abuse at we patriots, but we are fed up with EU rule and we will not put up with their bs any longer! Just as the noble Buddha withstood the attacks of Mara for seven days while he meditated under the Bodhi tree, we must withstand the sh*t from the remain voters. Just like the noble Buddha, we will emerge victorious!
you're truly clueless aren't you?
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you're truly clueless aren't you?
I'm a chemical physicist mate. Try harder next time.
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Indeed! It's a glorious day for Britain!

A few hours ago the Temple of Atom (a tiny post-traditional Buddhist sect which started up in my area a few years ago, it has nothing to do with the church of atom from fallout) declared Farage a saint. Personally I think he deserves to have a knighthood and to go down in history as a hero of the British people. I also think June 23rd should be a national holiday in celebration of regaining our independence. Hopefully we'll use this opportunity to start rebuilding our relations with Russia and with the Commonwealth, to start putting the British peoples first and to pave the way for future generations to prosper.

The traitorous and/or deluded remain voters may hurl their abuse at we patriots, but we are fed up with EU rule and we will not put up with their bs any longer! Just as the noble Buddha withstood the attacks of Mara for seven days while he meditated under the Bodhi tree, we must withstand the sh*t from the remain voters. Just like the noble Buddha, we will emerge victorious!
Farage is nothing but a lier and would say anything to come into power. Look at the advert that promised £350 million towards the NHS if we leave the EU, an hour later after leaving the EU he says it was a 'mistake' by the campaign, don't you think any educated person would say 'hold on, this promise isn't true' but no he waited until the referendum was decided to tell the people of Britain that it was a big fat lie. The fact that people who voted leave see him as a saint truly upsets me.

I hope you enjoy the fact that people like you have caused Britain's destruction and that your vote will spiral Britain's economy down the drain.
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I'm a chemical physicist mate. Try harder next time.
What uni did you go to though? London Met? Nottingham Trent?
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What uni did you go to though? London Met? Nottingham Trent?
London Met, Nottingham Trent? Don't make me laugh. I'm starting at either Bristol or Sheffield in September.
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