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When you realise this simple fact, it becomes much easier to understand.

Immigration is irrelevant,
the economy is irrelevant,
sovereignty is irrelevant,
law making is irrelevant,
vacuum cleaner laws are irrelevant,
windfarms are irrelevant.

History is created through chance, luck, and divine intervention.

We don't have to debate anything . This is it folks.

https://www.thetrumpet.com/13988-bib...etold-a-brexit
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See a deprogramming specialist.
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(Original post by Nalk1573)
When you realise this simple fact, it becomes much easier to understand.

Immigration is irrelevant,
the economy is irrelevant,
sovereignty is irrelevant,
law making is irrelevant,
vacuum cleaner laws are irrelevant,
windfarms are irrelevant.

History is created through chance, luck, and divine intervention.

We don't have to debate anything . This is it folks.
Don't be silly

Immigration is the issue which the majority of Brits supported Brexit on- In fact some people who think Immigration is too high still brought into project fear 77% think that immigration is too high and i agree with them we can not maintain 250,000-300,000 net inflow per year, it means that we need to build an house approx evey 4 minutes every day of the year and that will never happen and that is just to keep up with immigration and not the natives who should be put first.

The economy will not be damaged how people think it will, If only we had Farage or Rees-Mogg negotiating brexit and not Mrs Treason May. They will tell the EU if they do not want to agree on trade and be reasonable we would walk away from the negotiating table and not pay them a penny and this is important because the EU think we are paying them a £39bn divorce settlement anyway which is not the case- they have budgeted for this- I think there will be a no deal brexit we import more from the EU than we sell to the EU so that will hit them harder than us and I would remind them of this fact.

Sovereignty is important, In fact the government was concerned when we joined the EEC in 1973 over this because the EU had final say over legislation treaties afterwards watered down the power of the nation state and forced nations towards globalism- under a protectionist racket- as soon as we joined the ECC we had our fishing waters robbed of us we had zero say in it and Norway and Holland came into our fishing waters caught our fish and sold it back to us- very stupid. Also we never legally joined the ECC constitutionally it was void - In 1970 Heath said that it would be wrong for Britain to join the EU without the full hearted consent of the people or parliament, allthough the People part was just a platitude as the 1972 European communities bill effectively joined us to the EU with no vote for the people until 1975 when we was already entrenched into the EU- constitutional experts argue the electorate is sovereign as they choose the Government/ outcome of referendum. Document FCO/30 1048 highlights the sovereignty issue- have a read of the document and the predictions in there and you will know why they slapped the official secrets act on to it and concealed away from the people for 30 years in the national archive.
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(Original post by bigfazdaz)
Don't be silly

Immigration is the issue which the majority of Brits supported Brexit on- In fact some people who think Immigration is too high still brought into project fear 77% think that immigration is too high and i agree with them we can not maintain 250,000-300,000 net inflow per year, it means that we need to build an house approx evey 4 minutes every day of the year and that will never happen and that is just to keep up with immigration and not the natives who should be put first.

The economy will not be damaged how people think it will, If only we had Farage or Rees-Mogg negotiating brexit and not Mrs Treason May. They will tell the EU if they do not want to agree on trade and be reasonable we would walk away from the negotiating table and not pay them a penny and this is important because the EU think we are paying them a £39bn divorce settlement anyway which is not the case- they have budgeted for this- I think there will be a no deal brexit we import more from the EU than we sell to the EU so that will hit them harder than us and I would remind them of this fact.

Sovereignty is important, In fact the government was concerned when we joined the EEC in 1973 over this because the EU had final say over legislation treaties afterwards watered down the power of the nation state and forced nations towards globalism- under a protectionist racket- as soon as we joined the ECC we had our fishing waters robbed of us we had zero say in it and Norway and Holland came into our fishing waters caught our fish and sold it back to us- very stupid. Also we never legally joined the ECC constitutionally it was void - In 1970 Heath said that it would be wrong for Britain to join the EU without the full hearted consent of the people or parliament, allthough the People part was just a platitude as the 1972 European communities bill effectively joined us to the EU with no vote for the people until 1975 when we was already entrenched into the EU- constitutional experts argue the electorate is sovereign as they choose the Government/ outcome of referendum. Document FCO/30 1048 highlights the sovereignty issue- have a read of the document and the predictions in there and you will know why they slapped the official secrets act on to it and concealed away from the people for 30 years in the national archive.
The facts are irrelevant

The entire referendum was based on emotion
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Didn't that god bloke say something about loving thy neighbour?
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God did not want England to win the World Cup.
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Didn't that god bloke say something about loving thy neighbour?
He also said the devil comes in the name of love and unity.

We must not fall for it.

Be in no doubt,
leaving the EU was a religious, biblical and spiritual undertaking.
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We are a Christian nation

We were chosen by God to leave the EU,
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We are a Christian nation

We were chosen by God to leave the EU,
elaborate? as in, how do you know that?
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The economy will not be damaged how people think it will,
It is interesting that all the people and organisations who use analysis, history, facts and figures and evidence to put forward cases for how the economy will be hit - they are project fear.

On the flip side, there is Reece Mogg (who has moved his business to Ireland to escape the Brexit nightmare) and Farage (who works for and is paid very handsomely by the organisation he despises) who could quite happily never work again and would still be richer than most; they are held up as somehow holier than thou and speak for the people.

You are a lemming about to walk off a cliff and you still think it is all going to be ok when you hit the rocks at the bottom. I believe the phrase for that is "blind fool"! If you think Brexit is about immigration and anyone who worries about the chaos that will descent next March is just fear mongering, then you don't really understand the relationship between the EU and UK at all.

"It's the economy stupid!"

So tell me oh wise one. Just how are the predictions made by the Treasury, the Bank of England, the Office for Fiscal Responsibility, the British Chamber of Commerce, the Confederation of British Industry and more besides - just how are their predictions not what you think?
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Didn't that god bloke say something about loving thy neighbour?
He also told his followers not to wear clothes of many cloths...

Seems like a bit of a nutjob to me.




As for OP: No one mentions it because it's ****ing unbelievably stupid. Even in the stupidest debate in political history this opinion is way up there challenging for the idiot crown.
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How did God say we should leave the EU? Where exactly did he play a role in it?

This was a choice made by people and politicians. And I'll be damned if I call politicians gods.
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(Original post by Nalk1573)
When you realise this simple fact, it becomes much easier to understand.

Immigration is irrelevant,
the economy is irrelevant,

sovereignty is irrelevant,
law making is irrelevant,
vacuum cleaner laws are irrelevant,
windfarms are irrelevant.

History is created through chance, luck, and divine intervention.

We don't have to debate anything . This is it folks.
Do you have any evidence or reason to believe that God intervened?
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(Original post by bigfazdaz)
Don't be silly

Immigration is the issue which the majority of Brits supported Brexit on- In fact some people who think Immigration is too high still brought into project fear 77% think that immigration is too high and i agree with them we can not maintain 250,000-300,000 net inflow per year, it means that we need to build an house approx evey 4 minutes every day of the year and that will never happen and that is just to keep up with immigration and not the natives who should be put first.

The economy will not be damaged how people think it will, If only we had Farage or Rees-Mogg negotiating brexit and not Mrs Treason May. They will tell the EU if they do not want to agree on trade and be reasonable we would walk away from the negotiating table and not pay them a penny and this is important because the EU think we are paying them a £39bn divorce settlement anyway which is not the case- they have budgeted for this- I think there will be a no deal brexit we import more from the EU than we sell to the EU so that will hit them harder than us and I would remind them of this fact.

Sovereignty is important, In fact the government was concerned when we joined the EEC in 1973 over this because the EU had final say over legislation treaties afterwards watered down the power of the nation state and forced nations towards globalism- under a protectionist racket- as soon as we joined the ECC we had our fishing waters robbed of us we had zero say in it and Norway and Holland came into our fishing waters caught our fish and sold it back to us- very stupid. Also we never legally joined the ECC constitutionally it was void - In 1970 Heath said that it would be wrong for Britain to join the EU without the full hearted consent of the people or parliament, allthough the People part was just a platitude as the 1972 European communities bill effectively joined us to the EU with no vote for the people until 1975 when we was already entrenched into the EU- constitutional experts argue the electorate is sovereign as they choose the Government/ outcome of referendum. Document FCO/30 1048 highlights the sovereignty issue- have a read of the document and the predictions in there and you will know why they slapped the official secrets act on to it and concealed away from the people for 30 years in the national archive.
And yet, after 2 years, no one can mention a single positive aspect of Brexit. Immigration from outside the EU is now higher than from the EU itself, and the EU does not control this. How is it that after several decades, not one of the leading 'Brexiteers' has an actual plan? They just sit back and criticise May, yet they still don't have a plan. Don't even get me started on Boris, he's just full of sound bites.
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(Original post by Zaporizhia)
And yet, after 2 years, no one can mention a single positive aspect of Brexit. Immigration from outside the EU is now higher than from the EU itself, and the EU does not control this. How is it that after several decades, not one of the leading 'Brexiteers' has an actual plan? They just sit back and criticise May, yet they still don't have a plan. Don't even get me started on Boris, he's just full of sound bites.
You are thinking too logically, about resources, the economy and cost of things.

The solution is to think biblically.

https://www.thetrumpet.com/13988-bib...etold-a-brexit
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Do you have any evidence or reason to believe that God intervened?
Multiple sources for this

https://www.thetrumpet.com/13988-bib...etold-a-brexit

http://www.truebibleteaching.com/tea...ean-union.html

https://www.ucg.org/beyond-today/bey...red-to-fulfill

http://christinprophecy.org/articles/brexit/
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