Brexit: Round up of the last 3 monumental days…


Champagne Brexfast!

Well, We did it! Our proud nation is finally free once again. I’ve been partying for about 3 days now and I just can’t seem to stop!

Apart from getting married or giving birth to my kids, this has been one of the best and most significant few days of my life.

For the first time ever, I can look at my kids future in this country with a real sense of freedom, hope and opportunity, rather than the dread of knowing that they would most likely be persecuted for their faith under the laws of the politically correct neo-Marxist EU.

Everything I fight hard for can be summed up in the referendum result. Freedom, democracy, common sense. I never dreamed I would see it in my lifetime. WE ARE FREE!!


3 Generation Brexit party!

But I think the best thing is that I know that at least 17 million people feel the same way I do. The sleeping giant has awakened. WE ARE BRITISH! AND BRITAIN IS GREAT!

Top lesson of the day: You have a voice, and your voice counts. And when you find the courage to speak up, you find that millions of other feel the same way. I think this is the first time that a LOT of people feel that their voice is finally being heard.

Unfortunately, this kind of courage can make other people feel, well, sad.


Some of the people were feeling so sad that they even ventured out of their safe spaces to start an online petition calling for a second referendum. Apparently the first one wasn’t fair enough because they didn’t win.

Unfortunately it seems that their petition wasn’t fair either. They had created computer programmes to sign the petition thousands of times with fake signatures. Apparently 50k came from Vatican City!!! Another 25k came from North Korea!!!



Of course inevitably there were hilarious counter petitions rising up everywhere including one that was asking for a re-run of the battle of Hastings, and a re-draw of last weeks Euro million lottery!


I really think it would have been easier on the losing side if they had not all been given prizes throughout their childhoods for *not* winning at school sports day.

But to those who voted Remain and are now saying “Let’s get on with working together to build a great British future…” I have the upmost respect Hats off to you guys!


The whining quickly turned to anger and insult, and there were calls for older people to not be able to vote ever again because they were, well, old. And that obviously means that their vote doesn’t count.

It’s a shame the young ones forget that their grandparents were the ones who freed this country from the evil of the German National Socialist Party back in 1945.


The accusations of Bigot and Racist were seemingly forgotten and replaced by “uneducated”. I guess if we do have a second vote (which will never happen!) then the only ones allowed to vote should be readers of The Guardian. In one of the most sickeningly patronising articles I have ever read, The Guardian tells us that Remainers should now consider themselves ‘parents’ to the uneducated proletariat Brexiteers who so desperately need re-educating.

Did I mention that an angry Remainer called me a Xylophone?! I think he meant Xenophobe 😀



So here is a summary of our first day of freedom:


The BBC promised me Godzilla and fire from the sky. Where are my huge lizards?! Where are my fireballs?! I’m still waiting…


And who will be our new Prime Minister? I think I have the solution…


In all fairness, we must remember that despite the behaviour our brothers and sisters have been displaying recently, they are grieving. Please keep this in mind when interacting with them. This chart may help explain why people do crazy things when they are grieving:


Today’s second reading said it all for me. It really hit the nail on the head:

Reading 2, Galatians 5:1, 13-18

1 Christ set us free, so that we should remain free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be fastened again to the yoke of slavery.

13 After all, brothers, you were called to be free; do not use your freedom as an opening for self-indulgence, but be servants to one another in love,

14 since the whole of the Law is summarised in the one commandment: You must love your neighbour as yourself.

15 If you go snapping at one another and tearing one another to pieces, take care: you will be eaten up by one another.

16 Instead, I tell you, be guided by the Spirit, and you will no longer yield to self-indulgence.

17 The desires of self-indulgence are always in opposition to the Spirit, and the desires of the Spirit are in opposition to self-indulgence: they are opposites, one against the other; that is how you are prevented from doing the things that you want to.

18 But when you are led by the Spirit, you are not under the Law.


Ok. Party done. Now time to work on a way forward…

I know the way forward. It supercedes Brexit, Remain, the EU, Prime Ministers and Presidents. It supercedes race, wealth, class and education. It supercedes our entire world and it supercedes us.

This ‘it’ is a ‘who’. And that ‘who’ is Jesus Christ.

“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever.” – Hebrews 13:8


12 thoughts on “Brexit: Round up of the last 3 monumental days…

  1. Happy Independence Day! Don’t worry about the financial pitfalls for the time being cuz Britain will recover and be ok in the long run. After all, throughout its history, Britain’s economy did well on its own without being part of any economic union like the EU.

  2. Brexit is a masonic exercise to consolidate their program to establish a world government, to enslave the whole world and to destroy the Catholic Church. They blatantly used a logo based on their masonic symbol, the ‘cube’ within a ‘cube’ which develops into their ‘double triangle’ by extending lines along the outer enclosures of the ‘cube’.

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  4. This is a seriouse question. I’m a longtime (mostly) silent follower of this blog. Why freak out so much about the EU? I mean i’m no fan of the EU by any means but champagne breakfast? What’s the big deal you will anyway still be ruled over by the EU and US via trade agreements. My country (Switzerland) is thankfully not part of the EU but the EU dictates everything we do. What makes you think this will be different in the UK.
    I know what the Frankfurt school and neo-marxism is but honestly can’t see where the EU is neo-marxist. The EU is a hugly annoying control freak org with hopes for world dominance. But frankly so is google or the US.
    I really just want to understand why a 3 day party over this.

  5. The leader of the UK is the unelected Queen. Most of the laws in Britain are (a) not EU laws and (b) written by unelected civil servants, who work in Her (unelected) Majesty’s departments. Those laws are then voted on in the (elected) Parliament — who can be held to account, but the country never does — and the (unelected) Lords.

    So, what reason do you have for thinking the EU is less democratic than the UK?