Britain Just Left The EU, And This Will Eventually Lead To A Revived Nazi Germany That Will Go To War With Christendom

By Theodore Shoebat

Britain just voted and agreed to leave the European Union, with the majority voting for separation from the confederacy, in favor for autonomy. What will this lead to? Here are some of my own thoughts and predictions as to what will happen with Europe. Germany is dominating Europe, to a great extent, because of the EU. With the UK leaving the EU, the Germans are very upset, and they are concerned that their power will weaken. Thus, the Germans will use this decision to only later portray Britain as an enemy. Britain severing itself from the EU will encourage other nations to leave the EU, and this will ultimately provoke Germany to return to fanatical nationalism. With the disintegration of the collectivist EU, comes nationalism; with the breaking down of the EU comes the unmasking of rivalries between European nations that have existed for centuries. Great Britain has given billions every year to the EU budget, but with the British gone, this money will no longer come. Other nations will emulate Britain; the more nations that leave, the less money that will fatten the EU. The EU was, supposedly, designed to guarantee that Germany will never become an aggressor. But with the EU gone, why should Germany be peaceful? Germany will thus go back to its imperialist and supremacist ways. Nationalism, supremacist ideology, imperialist Protestantism, Catholic militancy and the restoration of Catholic Christendom, will thus ultimately arise above the ruins of the EU, a failed experiment that was doomed to collapse.

The Brexit decision has enraged the Germans. Germany’s vice chancellor and economics minister, Sigmar Gabriel, was one of the first politicians to express his anger, saying: “Damn! Ein schlechter Tag fur Europa.” Which means: “Damn! A bad day for Europe.” Before Brexit was decided, the Germans were terrified at the prospect of Britain leaving the EU. Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, said that a Brexit would be a  “disaster.” Because Britain is Germany’s third largest trade partner (after the US and France), a Brexit would cut down Germany’s GDP by half a percentage point, warned the Berlin-based DIW economic institute.

A Britain out of the EU could make it more expensive for German industries and investors. Major German companies like BMW and Siemens are very worried. In a statement, Siemens said that “uncertainty, and threat of increased costs, could make the U.K. a less attractive place to do business and may become a factor when Siemens is considering future investment here”. The German boss of BMW-owned Rolls Royce said that the company’s “employment base could also be affected.” I spoke with our European correspondent, Tommy Pacinotti, and he said in regards to Brexit:

“With the UK leaving the EU the bet is seeing how well she, Great Britain, fares with the animosity of the leading EU countries such as France and Germany. These countries have a strong economic power and won’t forgive easily. However the UK has many foreign assets and much foreign trade withe the British Commonwealth. Britain never accepting the Euro means that the monetary transition will go smoothly, however much money will be lost because London’s Wall street (called simply The City) has invested much in European stock thanks to the ease that they could invest British cash on the European markets”

Germany, with its very wealthy industries, will use the fall of the EU as a justification for going back to fanatical supremacist nationalism. Germany will make strong military alliances with both Turkey and Japan. This will be a most dangerous trio, with the industrially advanced Germany forming a very strong force with Japan, the most powerful nation of East Asia that has a navy much larger than that of Britain, and Turkey, the most powerful of the Muslim world. This rise of these powers will not happen without the rise of their religions. Germany will have a state religion, which will be a mix of German supremacist ideology and Protestantism, just as it had in WW2; Turkey will form an empire with its political Sufist belief system; and Japan, just as it did in the Second World War, will fight under the banner of its hybrid religion of State Shinto emperor worship and Zen Buddhism.

Of course its going to take time for this to occur, and it will gradually take place in stages and intervals (like anything else in history), but I believe that this move by Great Britain is a catalyst towards the manifestation of this prodigious conflict.

We are already seeing the ripple effect emanating from Britain’s decision. Now the Eurosceptic party in France, the National Front, is already calling for the referendum that Britain just had. France is part of the core of the EU, and the faster it severs itself, the faster the EU will crumble. The dynamics of European power rest on Germany and France. Conflicts between the two nations, lasting from 1871 to 1945, eventually subsided and the resolving peace influenced the establishing of the European Union. The idea behind the EU was to essentially purge the continent of nationalism, erasing autonomy for the binding of nations under a confederacy. In the 1950s, West Germany and France formed the European Economic Community (EEC), the predecessor of the EU; the intention behind this was to prevent the two nations from going to war again, and to make trade and investing easier in order to revitalize the war torn economies of Europe.

The French were happy with the resolution because Germany was now neutralized and France had a grip over European politics. But there was one nation that France did not want to see join the EEC: Great Britain, because it knew that it would be a threat to France’s power and set it off balance. Charles de Gaulle described Britain as “an American Trojan Horse in Europe.” De Gaulle knew that Britain was the only country in Western Europe with the capacity of being a great competition. In the 1960s the French even vetoed Britain’s membership twice. The British, on the other hand, were suspicious of the idea of joining the EEC; they were not enthusiastic about power being taken from Britain to Brussels. In the 1970s things changed, and Britain took a great interest in joining the common market, and both Germany and France were willing to accept Britain as a member of the EEC in order to expand a federal Europe.

The financial motive of Britain for joining the EEC would shape its modern relationship with the rest of Europe, which was greatly established by the policies of Margaret Thatcher. Thatcher even pushed for the EEC to be expanded over Eastern Europe, thus increasing the demand for British exports into the Soviet bloc. Britain’s economic expansion throughout Europe helped weaken Germany’s and France’s hold over the continent, and thus kept a balance of power between the two countries. The balance of power that Great Britain imposes in the rivalry between Germany and France will soon be put to an end because of its new decision to leave the EU. The French are worried, because Britain has been keeping Germany’s economic domination in check and they don’t want this to cease. I spoke with our British correspondent, Timothy Gibson, and he expressed to me how autonomy for Britain will weaken Brussels. “I think it will give back power to Britain from Brussels,” he said, “we can now make our own laws without EU interference.” He also expressed concern over the alliance between Germany and Turkey, stating:

“As we know, Turkey has allied itself with the European Union which is a major concern. Turkey is the one behind the migration crisis which is destroying Christian Europe and if they’re allied with the EU and Germany, then I hope the EU falls apart as soon as possible. I see WW3 not between the West and Russia, but a WW1 scenario, Turkey and Germany versus the world.” 

With Britain gone, the Germans will become more aggressive, and with this you will also see a split form between the Protestant Northern Europe and the Catholic Southern Europe. Adriano Bosoni, in a very recent article, wrote: “Should the ‘leave’ camp win the British referendum, tension would rise between the Continent’s north and south.” We are already seeing tension gradually fomenting between North and South. As soon as Britain voted to leave the EU, Spain began to push for “co-sovereignty” over Gibraltar, a small peninsula off the coast of Spain, known as “the Rock,” which has been a British territory since 1713. The Spanish want to control the Gibraltar, with Spain’s Foreign Minister, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, stating just today: “I hope the formula of co-sovereignity – to be clear, the Spanish flag on the Rock – is much closer than before”.

Northern Europeans are already fearing a Southern European bloc, consisting of Italy, Spain and Portugal. According to Adriano Bosoni, writing for Stratfor, there are “fears of a takeover by this Mediterranean group” rising in Northern Europe.  So, we are already seeing tensions rise between Northern and Southern Europe, thanks to Brexit, and its only going to get worse. I see the days in which Germany will revive its supremacist ways and make war upon Southern Europe.

Aggressions and tensions will also increase between Germany and Russia. Great Britain has pushed for more European aggression against Russia. With Great Britain away from the EU, Eastern European nations that have an aversion towards Russia will feel more isolated. Russia will gain more confidence, and Germany will feel more of an incentive to go against Russia. The aggressiveness of Germany, and its alliances with a rising Turkey, will push Eastern Orthodox nations such as Greece, Macedonia and Serbia, to unite together under Russia in an Eastern Orthodox confederacy that will be esteemed as a revival of the Christian Byzantine Empire. The Eastern Europeans understand that the EU is essentially a Nazi invention. The Germans designed the idea of transnationalism before the end of WW2. Ludwig Erhard worked with the SS officer, Otto Ohlendorf, who was the deputy general for Germany’s Ministry of Economics in 1943, in the redevelopment Germany’s economy. They both agreed that Germany would need “rapid monetary stabilization through a stable currency unit.” This “unit” would become the Deutschmark, introduced in 1948. Erhard’s ideas would give birth to the E.U.’s precursor, the European Coal and Steel Community, established in 1951 by six European states. For this, you cannot blame Eastern Europeans for seeing the EU as another German attempt to destroy national sovereignty and identity, and dominate the continent. I spoke with our Balkans correspondent, Lazar, and he told me: “I’m glad that this Nazi creation will breakup, but at the same time I expect the next move from the Germans. They can provoke some new war or conflict, not just in regards to Serbia. All of Europe is in danger.”

The more the EU crumbles, the more the masks that cover old rivalries will be removed, and eventually the tensions of old will be fully manifested, and will resume. Germany is already talking about increasing its military defense and presence to go against Russia.

Merkel recently stated that the European Union is not in the position to defend itself and could not rely on the United States for defense, and thus the necessity for Germany to increase its military defense and presence. German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said that the boost of membership for the German Army is “necessary given the current situation” of escalating tensions with Russia. Of course the Germans are also using the existence of Islamic terrorism to defend their actions, but its obvious that this is propaganda used to justify their future plans of militarily dominating Europe. 

Just two days ago, Angela Merkel stated Germany cannot rely on other nations to defend the  EU, and that Germany must take this mission for itself. In one document Germany listed threats that necessitate increases in defense, and one of them is “the migrant crisis”. Now, why would Germany list as a threat something that they themselves brought to Europe? (Germany is the biggest absorbers for the Muslim refugees) I believe that amongst Germany’s motives to bring in the refugees was so that the Muslims could cause enough chaos to use as propaganda against foreigners, and thereby increase German nationalism. While German supremacy will be taught, expect the Germans to at the same time work with and train Islamic armies for their globalist goals. In February of this year, I wrote an article on how Germany will be training thousands of Muslim refugees in order to make them into an elite force of soldiers. These troops are planned on being used to topple Bashar al-Assad. That Germany is training Muslims to form an elite Islamic army, reveals that Germany has not changed at all from its Nazi predecessors who as well formed elite Islamic SS divisions.

There are rivalries and sectarianism that has been occurring in Europe for centuries, and they really have not gone any where. The EU was an attempt to keep these conflicts abated, but any such attempt is futile once put against centuries of internal wars. The hatred between Protestants and Catholics lies mainly hidden in Europe, but with the absence of the EU’s bind, I believe that these conflicts will resume. As Mark Fleming-William wrote, “Any project attempting to fuse these disparate cultures into one monolithic state over the course of just 70 years was by its very nature doomed.” Supranationalism cannot vanquish the identities of peoples, rooted in culture, history, blood and zeal. The EU was an experiment doomed to fail from the beginning.

Lets not forget that it was the Germans who tried to dominate the Roman Empire in the Vandalic Wars, in which they wanted to invade Christian lands for the advancement of Arianism, the anti-Trinitarian heresy that they converted to from paganism. Lets not forget that Germany started the bloodiest war Europe had ever undergone prior to the First and Second World Wars: the Thirty Years War, in which Protestant Germany tried to vanquish Catholic Europe. Lets not forget the two World Wars, in which Germany tried yet again to dominate Europe. After all of this history, for one to think Germany a friend would be most imprudent.

In all of these wars, ideology played a role. In the Vandalic Wars of the sixth century, the German Arian heretics saw themselves as superior because, to them, to believe in the Divinity of Christ was of an inferior thinking, while the rejection of the Divinity of Christ was esteemed as something from a superior intellect. The supremacist way of thinking has never left the German, and they will, in the future, fully show their true supremacist colors as they rage against Catholic Southern Europe and Orthodox Eastern Europe. In the disintegration of the EU, France will be faced with a choice, either to be an ally with Germany, or to join its Catholic brothers of Southern Europe, that is, Spain, Italy and Portugal. The leader of France’s National Front enthusiastically wants France to leave the EU. Marine Le Pen stated that France has “a thousand more reasons to leave than the UK,” and that  the “the EU is decaying”.

Italy will also undergo a referendum in emulation of Great Britain. Luigi Di Malo, vice president of the lower house of Italy’s parliament, stated: “The mere fact that a country like Great Britain is holding a referendum on whether to leave the EU signals the failure of the European Union.” Italy’s anti-immigrant and euroskeptic Northern League will commence a petition for a referendum. Matteo Salvini, the head of the Northern League, who is in favor of leaving the EU, said in a press conference after the Brexit vote:

“This vote was a slap in the face for all those who say that Europe is their own business and Italians don’t have to meddle with that”

It appears that Spain will also follow Britain in leaving the EU. Spain will be having a general election this Sunday, and it looks like the populists will win, and anti-EU sentiments will be the victor. One resident of Spain who I spoke with told me, “Spain is going to vote for the populist leadership.”   

The Catholic nations of the South will sever themselves from the EU and will form an alliance against Germany and major tensions will ensue. I believe also that it is quite likely that France will eventually join the Southern Europeans and will form a Catholic confederacy against Protestant Germany and Islamic Turkey. The French sociologist and political scientist at the National Institute of Demographic Studies in Paris, Emmanuel Todd, states:

“The political strongholds of the German Social Democrats are in the Protestant regions of Germany. They are even further to the north, even more antagonistic toward the “merry-go-round Catholics” of the continent’s south.

In the end, what it comes down to is not at all a left-right conflict, it is a cultural conflict as ancient as Europe itself.”

Todd also warns that Germany is “increasingly pursuing politics of power and of hidden expansion.”

The crumbling of the EU means the reviving of past tensions, the removal of the European mask and the revealing of the German aspiration for world domination.

Prepare to see Turkey, Japan and Germany become allies and form the new axis of evil.

In the future we will look back at these times, and we will recount of how Britain leaving the EU was the chrysalis into the great war between Christendom and the armies of the Antichrist.

 CLICK HERE TO READ MY ORIGINAL ARTICLE ON THE REVIVAL OF NAZI GERMANY 

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  • Vindician

    I can’t say how pleased I am with this vote. Myself and my local colleagues in the cross-party GO movement have been out in the street, at meetings and on doorsteps for weeks working for this result. It should also be remembered that it’s UKIP (UK Independence Party) that forced this referendum: the party that David Cameron once dismissed, to media acclaim, as a party of “loonies and fruitcakes”.

    Britain can now re-establish itself as a fully independent nation state, subject only to laws determined in its own Parliament, ruled only by politicians that can be dismissed at the ballot box, in control of its own borders, foreign policy, trade policy, defence policy etc. We can also re-establish the freedoms provided in our historic constitution, Magna Carta, Bill of Rights etc, and reintroduce these into the national dialogue as our reference points in place of the EU imposed legislation. Remember “the English Church shall be free”, no man shall be exiled or imprisoned without fair trial by his peers etc. (contrary to EU rules under which a man can be arrested and sent for trial abroad without even a hearing in his own country).

    Thank you to Donald Trump and Geert Wilders for being the first international politicians to respond positively to this change. A nicely timed trip by Mr Trump there; I’m sure no coincidence.

    Britain is fulfilling its historic role of preventing any single power from coming to dominate the European continent. The gauntlet has now been thrown down for those other countries within the EU that have been most critical of its agenda to do something more than just talk about it. The Visegrad 4 should begin plans to exit the EU as a group. Other countries such as Holland will also come under popular pressure to hold their own referenda.

    As for Turkey, Britain has a team working to help Turkey achieve EU accession, and has been pumping money into Turkey to further the project. This will now end.

    • Trevor

      You have no idea how positively stoked I am about this news.

      • Grandmere

        And the fact that Erdogan is foaming at the mouth makes it even better.

        • Trevor

          I love it!

        • Kamau41

          Yes it does….We love it!

    • DeusLoVult

      Indeed. It’s the best news I’ve heard in a long time. I stayed up until the vote was in. Britain is being restored.

      • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

        Hope it isn’t too late, my friend.

        • DeusLoVult

          I really don’t think it is, OA. Neither too late nor too soon. It happened precisely when it needed to. 🙂

          • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

            Of course, in the workings of the Divine Providence. I will trust in Him come what may:-)

          • DeusLoVult

            As we all must. God is working miracles, especially in these darkened skies.

          • Kamau41

            Amen to that.

          • Kamau41

            Yep. The timing is perfect!

          • DeusLoVult

            God’s timing always is.

          • Kamau41

            Absolutely!

    • James

      Hopefully Marine La Pen will be able to push France towards Frexit too!

      • Grandmere

        Sentiment for a Frexit is rising. Same for Denmark and the Netherlands.

        • DeusLoVult

          Indeed, my lady. Nigel Farage speech here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLCb1cGROAw

          He discusses the news. The EU is now collapsing.

          • Grandmere

            Nice to hear about Austria and Sweden.

          • Michellemaria

            Thanks for the link Deus, you’re a love, first time I’ve seen that.

          • DeusLoVult

            You’re quite welcome, my lady. 🙂

        • Gloria

          I agree, let these countries remain sovereign and tell Belgium, Germany and Turkey to take a long walk off a short pier.

        • Owen Schumacher

          Yes, hopefully Geert Wilders gets his way in the Netherlands. New alliances and old rivalries are emerging. This is a very exciting time to be alive. British “leave” voters showed a lot of courage yesterday. The political map of Europe is changing!

          The next step is for the Brits, now freed from the insane EU immigration policies, to draft some new immigration laws of their own which stem the flow of new Muslim immigrants and, yes, send back dangerous scumbags like Anjem Choudary and those like him. Get on with it already!

    • filomena seiffert

      And together with USA, dominate the whole earth and wipe out greater part of humanity. The old empire united with its son will deliver hell on earth

      • DeusLoVult

        D*mn….that’s some potent stuff you’re smoking.

        • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

          Another obsession with an End Times Eschatology that does not center on where God always centers things; Jerusalem….

          • DeusLoVult

            Indeed. And when one absurdity fails them, they construct another to replace it with.

          • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

            Yes, it’s a spiritual blindness, one must put on the Mind of Christ to see things clearly, pray constantly in one’s Heart.

            “Blessed are the pure of Heart; for they shall see God”

          • DeusLoVult

            They deceive their hearts by focusing on that which is not of God but of Man.

    • Gloria

      Congratulations Vindician! I am thankful for your hard work and your countries resolve. You have stood up to the globalist tyranny and what a difference it has and will make in the world. I expect as in Teds article, many other countries will follow your good example. My prayers to you and Britain.

  • Trevor

    This is one of the best news we have had in days!

    Congratulation, Britain, and Trump has already released his statement on the Brexit. So it appears, based on several tweets on my timeline, that the cascade effect is starting.

    In addition, susan shared an interesting news article a few days ago how Hungary found a tomb believed to belong a reverent sultan of the Ottoman Empire, which may give Turkey an excuse to build stronger alliance with Hungary, and I think Andrew talked about this last week how the Hungary government may be fooling some people.

    http://www.dailysabah.com/history/2016/06/22/hungarian-archaeologists-find-mosque-ruins-hinting-at-sultan-suleiman-shrine

    So digging into Suleiman revealed a surprising thing about him. He is regarded as Suleiman the Conqueror, Suleiman the Magnificent, and he is seen as someone who planted the seeds of European destabilization and was instrumental in getting Protestant countries to turn against Catholic countries. Guess who is emulating the same thing? None other than Erdogan of Turkey.

    The Jewish Virtual Library has a good tibidt on Suleiman. http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/biography/Suleyman.html

    Once again, the saying remain true, “The more thing changes, the more they stay the same.”

    • Trevor

      It gets even better as Turkey are whining about the Brexit. http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-urges-eu-to-be-more-inclusive-after-brexit-prefers-strong-bloc.aspx?pageID=238&nID=100867&NewsCatID=510

      Erdogan is hopping mad.

      http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-could-hold-uk-style-referendum-on-stalled-eu-bid-erdogan-.aspx?PageID=238&NID=100803&NewsCatID=338

      Here’s to hoping that since David Cameron resigned that Nigel Farage becomes Britain next PM. An alliance of anti-globalism consisting of Trump, Farage, Wildeers, and Putin? Yes, please.

      • James

        Absolutely brilliant, if only Nigel could be our new PM though I can think no one else more capable. Boris is good but I prefer Farage and frankly Farage deserves it more having taken all the flack for so long and fought so hard for this.

        • DeusLoVult

          I didn’t think he wanted to be PM. It would certainly be wonderful to have him in office.

        • Trevor

          Nigel is similar to Trump. Both are seen as vulgarians and both speak their minds while damning the consequences of doing so. I similarly hope that Nigel is the next PM.

      • James

        It’s always a good day when Erdogan’s hopping mad 😉

        On another note, I agree with you about the connection between the Sykes-Picot agreement and these days. If only Russia had been given Constantinople (I hate the word Istanbul). Perhaps we are soon to see Russia taking the place soon, as the Saints have forecast.
        Interestingly too that socialist rag, the Guardian was up to no good even in those days exposing the deal to the public.

        • Trevor

          Definitely. The Sykes-Picot and subsequent treaties signed thereafter shaped the Middle East. We are witnessing sociopolitical earthquakes taking place as the Middle East will soon be redrawn with a new map.

          satan beat everyone to the punch with the Bolshevik revolution that murdered the Tsar and his family, ushering in the darkest days of Russia. However, things appears to be turning around.

          Expect more sociopolitical earthquakes in days/months/years ahead before the Final Showdown at Armageddon.

          • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

            Oh, absolutely, you can count on that.

    • Kamau41

      The article that Susan shared was very interesting and ties in well to what we are seeing. Here is the article I think you are referring to that Andrew wrote regarding the history of Europe and why Hungary Gov’t needed to be watched carefully.
      http://shoebat.com/2016/06/01/history-is-repeating-itself-as-germans-start-moving-into-neighboring-hungary-while-merkel-cements-her-alliance-with-islam/

      • Trevor

        That’s the one.

    • Dominus

      Famous battle that played big role in preventing Ottomans conquering Vienna in one of their many campaigns to accomplish that.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Szigetv%C3%A1r

      Read about heroic end and sacrifice of our Count and his soldiers that opposed the Turks while being overwhelmingly outnumbered and denied reinforcements or help from Habsburgs(Austrians).

      Famous opera in Croatia in commemoration of that battle still in play today:

      • Trevor

        Thank you! I love military history.

        • Dominus

          Thank you for your insightful posts, too. It seems as if history is repeating itself, rearing its ugly head because of political elites, which in turn are coming from us the people who churn them out, never learn anything from history.

          I think that you and rest of people here will agree, this is kind of prophetic event that happened yesterday, that will determine the future in noticeable way.

          I expect other “xyz-exits” referendums as time goes by.

          Take care, Trevor, Godbless.

    • Grandmere

      And once again – the Sufi connection

      • Trevor

        Yes indeed.

        🙂

  • Gloria

    Wow Ted, great article and thank you for it! I was wondering what those of you here might think of this move. It’s amazing that the UK voted to get out, I am proud of them! It give me hope for the West and the USA. I am so happy the globalist got this slap in the face. People are not as ignorant and gullible as they would like to think.

    It seems nothing changes sometimes such as Germany being power hungry as ever. It is because of the articles here I can see the goat nations and sheep nations being divided again and in all these years their the same nations as in previous wars.

    It will be an interesting year for the world, I pray for Gods people who through his spirit are raising the standard against the evil schemes of the enemy. Praise be to God that victory is his!

  • Mark T

    CONGRATULATIONS GREAT BRITAIN!

  • James

    Nigel’s a man of honour and a true hero for our nation, the greatest leader we never had. If anyone should be running the place now it is him.

    • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

      If the man had the foresight to see the problem with being in the EU, perhaps he has the vision to lead the transition out of it fully.

  • James

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-k_PjlYoTZGM/TqmS_lNsLDI/AAAAAAAABVk/0moK-99eiYA/s640/eu+poster+006.jpg

    Bye bye Babylon!

    Note the blockheads building the thing. That’s what the bastard EU Chiefs think of us that we’re no more than mere blockheads with no humanity whatsoever. Good Riddance!

  • MB

    The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. Congratulations G-r-e-a-t Britain!

    The problem with society and the remedy:

    Catholicity Necessary to Sustain Popular Liberty by Orestes Brownson (1845):

    http://catholicism.org/catholicity-liberty.html

    God Bless

    • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

      Orestes Brownson, one of my favorites!

      Have his; “the American Republic”, written in 1866

      • MB

        Thanks OCA, I’ll check it out…

        • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

          It’s good, very good, especially if you can tolerate the writing style of the 1900’s.

          • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

            Basically, he says that America is and will make unique political and civilizational contributions to mankind by the providential workings of our system of government, which is built on natural principles and not artificial ideology, even those of the ‘Founding Fathers’.

  • Kamau41

    “Prepare to see Turkey, Japan and Germany become allies and form the new axis of evil.” No doubt, the collapse of the EU will lead to this reality in the future. You are right, all of this will take some time for everything to come together, as history shows, but the stage is now set for the Prophetic pieces of the puzzle to take shape. Excellent and very well written insights detailing what the exit of the EU means regarding the future of the west and the world.

  • Gloria

    My prayers are with you and Britain Joan. I am sure the globalists look to make Britain pay but Britain has always been strong and I imagine will remain that way even through the coming storms. That this happened at all just proves how Gods working.

  • Michellemaria

    Joan, don’t worry about the traitors too much, we’re out that’s what counts. We’re out! Yay!!

  • richinnameonly

    Why doesn’t Farage qualify?

  • Michelle Therese

    The majority did not vote evenly across the UK.
    Scotland, now deeply in love with Socialism and hungry to be overrun with male fighting age “immigrants” voted something like 68% to remain, and is now whining and moaning for independence from the UK so it can then quickly shackle itself to the EU in an unwise marriage of convenience all for the supposed free £££ that Socialism always promises, pie in the sky.
    “You can’t serve both God and Money…”
    So this issue has NOT been resolved yet.
    Watch the UK carefully, there’s more insanity to come!
    And possibly all manner of disaster for Scotland?

    • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

      I’m not exactly thrilled about the prospects long-term either, but it is a step in the right direction…. Even if it turns out to be too little, too late.

      God is in charge.

    • James

      Thank God England (which is where I live) left. The Scots are free to make their own mistakes. They are now hoping for another referendum on belonging to the UK.

      They’d better be careful though because by leaving the UK they will not be in partnership with anyone in the interim and joining the EU is by no means instantaneous, there is a queue and it will take a long time for them to be processed- in the mean time the accursed EU will undoubtedly have been confined to the dustbin of history. There are many nations now itching for their referendums and the chance to be rid of it as we fortunately now are.

      • Grandmere

        If they want to rejoin the EU they will have to get in line behind Turkey. Erdogon is so frustrated, he is thinking of having a vote to back out of their EU application. He is bluffing but he would have a fit if they let Scotland just slide right back in.

  • richinnameonly

    I’m glad to see the British exit and I hope France goes also. Restore autonomy and reduce wasteful project spending. Collapse the EU. In a way nationalism can be a danger, especially in view of Germany, but it will also be an opportunity for the European countries to have there hands shown on the immigration issues,

  • Eric

    Hoary for Britain! They have their Independence Day! And come November, we Americans will be re-afirming our Independence with the election of President Trump!

    Globalism is on its way down. And this process will only accelerate now that the first domino has fallen.

    • exwolf

      Go, America!

      • Eric

        Indeed!

    • Kamau41

      Indeed Eric. Concisely said. This is fantastic news. As the first domino has finally fallen, we are very likely to expect to see the process of anti-globalism to accelerate. Praise be to God!

      • Eric

        Praise be to God indeed! England has a wonderful and proud history–of course, they’ve had some missteps like all nations–and they can now add this to their list. Britain will, as they did in the First two World Wars, play an important role going forward. I honestly never doubted that Britain would not leave the EU. I KNEW they would leave for some reason.

        It is a joyous event, and only a taste of what is to come as America and the rest of Europe follow suit. Bye-bye the Elite! Power back to the “Common People”!

    • Jennifer

      The only type of globalism I believe we are supposed to have is when Jesus returns and His kingdom reigns come. This sounds like good news with the UK breaking from EU

    • mspip

      time will tell. good for britain!!

      • Eric

        Indeed!

  • M.R.R. Lopez

    IF Iran attacks Suadi Arabia, alliances and full blown world war three could be imminent.

    I could see that unifying turkey and its allies really fast to retaliate.

    Almost looks like Daniels prophecy of Greece and Persia…some scholars think thats already happened, I am not so sure. As Revelation is a mirror image of the same Daniels prophecy which was sealed and the one in revelation was unsealed After Jesus’s Resurrection.

    Just imagine if the islamic world unifies behind turkey to crush Iran. That would form a Caliphate overnight! and then who would be able to stand up to them? in the past the Axis nations of ww1 – ww2 were limited through fuel and resources…but all those nations would have near limitless resources to draw from! Who would be able to stand up to them?

    It will be interesting if Germany and France finds a backbone and takes back their country or if they’ll roll over for turkey and its minions. I would think the french would know better not to, but who know.

    Perhaps the sudden right of a caliphate will unite Europe or maybe it will be lost. And the ships of Catim will have to liberate their sorry euro behinds.

    • Grandmere

      Just remember. Erdogon hates Saudi Arabia. He views them as savages to use and discard . When they are no longer useful – eliminate them and take the oil. Wahabism will be replaced with Sufism.

  • Trevor

    Could you explain the nuisance of British election system? I’m ignorant.

  • Pamela Sage

    Remember that Hitler greatly admired Islam. Germans convert to Islam by the thousands every year. Some of the most vicious murderers Christians in ISIS ranks are said to be German converts. Given what is happening demographically, Spiritually, and politically in Germany, I don’t see the race-based nationalism coming back in Germany, but I do fear that the Islamization of the country will escalate leading to active persecution of Christians within and without the country with Germany becoming an enforcement arm of the Antichrist.

    • Catbr

      Maybe, unless Germany can get rid of Angela Hitler.

    • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

      This is close to my own thinking, perhaps a slower process than many think, but still….

      I think Western Europe is gone, from the Elbe and the Danube, from Brittany to Sicily and Portugal to the Balkans, Islam will rule.

  • Catbr

    When the European Union first took place, something stunk real bad about it. Now that Britain’s free, there’s finally some fresh air blowing through. I hope you’re right about the domino affect from this where most other EU nations will also exit. Way to go Britain.

  • Flame blue

    There’s a high probability of Theodore’s prophecies coming true. First the German people must be subsumed.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    UKIP I think will have more of a Parlimentary presence after this. The City and the Crown I believe are cutting their losses and breaking loose of the EU.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    Russia will be fine. Russia will always have a strong leader when she needs him, whoever he may be. If anything, many Russians appear to think that Putin isn’t being forceful enough, if they are opposed to him. Few are liberal.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    Glory to the Middle Kingdom and the Sons of Han!

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    Lots of young Muslims from many lands…. Who have come to Germany, and will be coming, fused with native Germanic stock.

    • Grandmere

      SNAP! SNAP! SNAP! Any questions now, Indy???????????????

  • Catbr

    Do you think this will be the beginning of the end of the Islamic invasion of democratic nations? I am hoping it will. Looking at some of the other comments about Erdogan being extremely pissed off regarding Britain’s exit sounds like it just might be (the beginning of the end of the Islamic invasions).

    • Grandmere

      I think the red dragon will spew out more invaders. Europe hasn’t seen anything yet.

      • Catbr

        It’s time for the massive islamic invasion to be stopped dead in it’s tracks, and the sooner the better. Islamic invaders have not seen anything yet.

      • susan

        True. Just wait til 75+ million have free access.

  • Vindician

    The European Parliament in Strasbourg was intentionally modeled on the Bruegel painting of the Tower of Babel. Outside the Parliament is a statue of a woman riding on a beast. Photos here: http://the-end-time.blogspot.co.uk/2009/10/eu-end-time-symbols-too-blatant-to.html

    • James

      The EU certainly seems the ape of wicked Babylon.

      But whether or not it is the true new Babylon (of Revelations) that is set to fall or just a deceptive wannabe only time will tell. True Babylon may still be Mecca, but regardless of that, anything tainted with Globalism should be considered Babylon and we should fight it with all we’ve got.

  • Dan Knight

    Cite please. Not to disagree with you, but that’s not what the Internet says …

  • Dan Knight

    The MSM and Liberal blogosphere is full of complaints about the Brexit: The E-lites are afraid they will not be able to continue raping Britain. They also fear other nations choosing to leave as well. One of the frequently heard charges is: Anti-Immigrant. (Code for Racist.) But no one asks the drones why they have to be Anti-Native. Even more important, no one (other than Nigel Farage and those like him) ask why immigrants cannot be limited to PRO-native migrants.

    Here in Texas, we are being inundated with immigrants. Many of these immigrants are Anti-Native. They are also racists. Actual racists – not Racist.b/c.They.Can.Be.Labeled.Racist. People who actually live here know that in some cases the bigotry is beyond the comprehension of us Native Texans (or as the Left labels us – the Bigots). I’ve seen whole factories where all of the Mexicans come from a single city or state of Mexico – b/c they will not tolerate other Mexicans, much less migrants from other Latin or non-Latin nations.

    As I posted before, the Open-Door policy isn’t – it’s not Open-Door. Just ask a Vietnamese college student or a Filipino or a Nigerian Catholic or a Swiss engineer.

  • Dan Knight

    Walid’s analysis is spot on. Though I would expect the first aggressive moves will be economic. The Germans do not want to bear the enormous debts undertaken by the EU (and that’s a long story) by themselves. They will try to punish the Brits in order to send a message to the other members. … They will go through other stages, but I believe a hot war will take awhile.

  • Ceirwyn

    Mene, mene, tekel, upharsin.

  • Lance

    Thanks again to Theodore.
    For drawing from, & reminding us that History repeats itself.

  • susan

    I’ve been reading you and your Father’s articles for years now and I’ve learned to pay close attention to what you write because it invariably happens over the course of time. Thank you for another enlightening article. 🙂

  • Gloria

    Amen to that, I’ve been praying in tears for a revival, especially this year, and I know it’s the Lord himself that has put it in my heart. Your own late evangelist Leonard Ravenhill makes me weep for revival. The leave victory is a step in the right direction!

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    Defending your nation so it can continue to exist=”H*tler”. Insanity, or desire for white genocide.

  • susan

    Walid mentioned in another article that the EU will probably remain…but perhaps in a different way as more nations leave over time.

  • Grandmere

    How I would love to see those cathedrals filled with faithful Britons rather than foreign tourists.

  • Grandmere

    It is interesting how God is using oil.

  • Grandmere

    Soros doesn’t care unless there is an opportunity for him to profit. He bought a lot of gold just before the vote. Already made a fortune just yesterday. Remember – his claim to fame is shorting the British pound.

    • susan

      I hope one of his kids turns into a real Christian and does something useful with the tainted dough they’ll be inheriting.

  • Grandmere

    They have such a rich Christian history. So very sad.

  • David W

    Scotland produces what? Will you continue to let in more Muslin throatcutters?

    • Grandmere

      Like Saudi Arabia, they have a lot of oil and sheep.

      • Michellemaria

        Though any sheep Saudi has would be very ‘tired’ if you know what I mean 😉

  • David W

    You are right! Cameron and Obama are idiots!

  • Grandmere

    Ireland is definitely under satanic attack. Stand strong in the power of His might. May St. Patrick intercede for you.

  • charles

    I am Scots/Canadian and I was very disappointment in the Scottish vote, I don’t think the EU would accept them as they have nothing to offer them, I believe the Scottish leaders are still fighting ancient wars, Scotland has had its freedom since the 18th century. the people became known as BRITISH and many Scots, Irish, welsh, fought under the British flag, But the bulk the British troops were English, and to those that fought and died we owe our freedom, And to those that live in England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales we are all BRITISH.

  • Trissy Norris

    I don’t see how Britain being in the EU would stop Germany returning to it’s imperialist and supremacist ways if it were that way inclined.
    Germany already dominate the EU and Britain appears to have little
    power to make any changes having traded away many of it’s vitoes in
    2000. Britain is not popular so it doesn’t get much support. Is it not more likely that when/if Turkey joins the EU, Germany (under the guise of the EU) would have lead us all
    into war with, say, Russia when Putin becomes twitchy due to the EUs
    increasing rise in global power? The EU were already talking about an EU
    army? Why? The EU should never have got involved in politics, they
    should have kept it to trade deals and we wouldn’t have this problem.

  • Michellemaria

    About blaming others, have you heard that the younger generation from the losing side in England are blaming the older generation for ruining their future for voting out, what future?! The arrogant little so-and-so’s believe their vote is more valid than others. We’re out and that’s that. Some a-hole with a double barrel name has started a petition for a 2nd referendum because they can’t deal with the outcome – not gonna happen, sunshine.

    • James

      Well said

      • Michellemaria

        There’s a strong possibility there. Just thinking about those poor career politicians, which is the majority, must be crying in their soup because that plum job they’ve always dreamed of in Brussels is not going to happen now. Haha.

  • Michellemaria

    Why would England want to join another country, we’ve just voted so we could reclaim our own sovereignty. His name is Mr Donald Trump by the way, who has more balls than any politician we have in the UK. Tell me you’re not still obsessing about Donald’s ‘wall’ comment.

    • DeusLoVult

      Ignore her, my lady. She’s obviously just a Scottish chav.

  • Michellemaria

    That would be something, a united Ireland if that’s what they would like. I have an affinity for Ireland even though my ancestors on my mother’s side left that country in the 1800s. As for Scotland they wanted to break from England for their own independence but want to stay shackled to the EU, can’t quite figure them out.

  • James

    Well said and as a half-Irish man (half English too) I hope Ireland gets another chance to be rid of the EU. With Northern Ireland having voted to remain it may a least bring about a United Ireland in the mean time.

  • DeusLoVult

    Oh, piss off. Go crawling back to your EU masters. If you lick their boots enough they might let you stay.

    • Michellemaria

      I know one thing that Ariel person doesn’t understand how democracy works.

      • DeusLoVult

        She’s scum, my lady. Oh, how far Scotland has fallen.

  • mspip

    doubt that putin is going anywhere. he seems to be a good leader but does not like to be pushed around. hopefully after election we in the usa will get better than we have had the last few years.

  • Trevor

    Thank you. Its similar to ours here in America except we are only putting in only two parties instead of a chance to have multiple party system.

  • susan

    Go back to sleep. Nothing the Shoebats have been saying for years is sinking into that wide open head of yours.

  • Kelly ann

    i have to ask what do you think of Henry Kssinger? the richness of a country you say? hummm how about the Perestroika movement within the democratic west? is this a good thing?

  • DeusLoVult

    “I do not use any kind of drugs” Oh, you were born insane. Okay.

  • Michellemaria

    My goodness me, what a little snob you are! You’ll be glad to know also I still have ten more years contributions to make before I’m put out to pasture or become a burden to society. What you said about the older generation is despicable – they’ve worked all their lives, had children not to mention built a society where the likes of oiks like you are given the chance of a higher education. Go on rely on statistics that’s all you can do because you don’t sound like you have much life experience. You might be pleased to learn the production of Game of Thrones won’t be affected by Brexit …. better?

  • Michellemaria

    Pick your toys up, find some courage and stop looking to place the blame on others. Remember, we live in a democracy though you wouldn’t think so listening to the remain camp, so up their own backsides they think their vote means more than anyone else’s, tut-tut.

  • DeusLoVult

    Scottish dummkopf! The UK’s economy will make a dramatic comeback now that they aren’t shackled to the EU economy and forced to hand over billions upon billions to save countries that Brussels drove into the ground with their Euro. Not to mention the cost of housing millions of violent Muslim immigrants who subvert their culture and commit countless crimes. Ever thought about how much that costs, fool? Your thinking is more short term than that of a goldfish.

  • Michellemaria

    Seems like a lot of that is going on. There seems to be two types of remainers, the first type are shocked at first and obviously disappointed but then accept the decision of the electorate and have the guts to work things out as best we can. Then there’s the other type who stamp their feet, hurl abuse, point at someone to blame just like petulant kids, some of them far from youthful. Funny thing is most of these see the EU as the goose that lays the golden egg – not so. If you get a chance just Google how much portion the UK had to contribute and compare it with other 27 countries, as well as that we had to adhere to the laws as set by Brussels. I believe in this country, though the road ahead might prove bumpy we will get there in the end.

  • Michellemaria

    Sometimes you just have to accept the realities of life and one of them is that there is every chance Donald will become the president. I would rather put my money on him than surreptitious Hillary.

  • Michellemaria

    You’re not rambling, I was surprised to learn that about the SNP and Hitler, wow. Looks like Sturgeon’s got quite a problem going on there as well, they can’t join the EU because they’re not an independent country, they don’t want to be part of the UK but they want to be tied to the EU. Even if they do break from us will the EU take them? Do they have a strong enough economy?

  • Michellemaria

    You are so misinformed. Got to tell my fellow ‘Brexiteers’ about the ‘uneducated’ and ‘old retards’ it’ll give them a laugh! – they’d buy and sell you and many of your fellow losers. Bit of advice, be careful what Sky News and the BBC tell you they are manipulators, very good at omitting a lot of what’s going. Oh, and all the ‘experts’ on Facebook and Twitter.

  • Michellemaria

    Thanks, I’ll read those links later.

  • If you stop cracking your head like an egg everyday and frying your brains believing that you are intelligent, perhaps you can make some sense of what you are trying to say. You are as dumb as a doornail and cannot articulate a sentence yet you believe that you are an ubermensch?