Jun 30, 2016

Yes, We Are Outnumbered, But The World Has Always Been Changed By A Minority ... Brexit

Common Sense Commentary: Every great world empire, in history, was founded initially by one or two or a handful of committed, determined individuals. Usually they were an abused group of slaves, an ethnic minority or a community of beaten down peasants under a tyrannical king. It was so with the American empire which was founded by a shipload or two of persecuted Christians.

Every multinational corporation was founded by a single man, a family or a couple of friends with an idea or vision, in a garage, barn or storefront . Even one person can change the world, with a goal, determination, endurance and timing.

One man, named Jesus, gathered 12 Apostles who reached out to others who also reached out and, in time, the entire world was affected for good. Now it is my turn and your turn. Reach out ... "Go ye..."

Every great Christian Revival began in the heart of one person or one prayer group and grew, flourished and expanded and then exploded into thousands of souls saved and churches established. The cultural anthropologist, Margaret Mead said: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

The recent Brexit movement began with a few British citizens who had had enough of the dictatorial European Union's abuse of raw power and "One World" edicts. The people of Britain and other European nations did not elect their E.U. Masters in Brussels. Britain's elected politicians had betrayed the people of the nation into the hands of an elitist handful of powerful tyrants controlled by Central Bankers and power hungry, kingdom building sociopaths. Those few British citizens who fought that Union with all of Europe had grown in numbers as the Brussels dictators grew in power boldness and abuses. Yes, there will be consequences and complications, but freedom is worth almost any price. The key element in their victory was that their numbers, though probably not, according to the pre-vote polls, a majority of the entire population, became, at least, a majority of those who went out and voted. The winners were more angry and determined than the welfare, liberals, against Briton exiting the E.U., who sat fat and satisfied at home.

Now that the Brits, who were against EU membership and for a British exit, have won the vote, their courage and confidence and determination will be almost impossible to negate. The fallout of a vengeful EU elite upon Briton will hurt but the absolute losers and the greatest fallout will be upon the heads of the Brussels Tower Of Babel rebuilders. They are the Nimrods in this story.

"And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to be a mighty one in the earth..... And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel ...." Gen.10:8&10.  

"And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered...." Gen.11:4  

"And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do." Gen.11:6.

"So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence...." Gen.11:8.

There is a similar thing happening in the United States. Yes, the people elected our lying Masters but like the British Prime Minister and Parliament, our President and much of Congress want to neutralize our Constitution and put us under International Law and yield our national sovereignty to unelected foreign powers. The sudden rise of a Presidential Candidate, who is really neither Democrat nor Republican, but voicing the anger and frustration of so many Americans, is the U.S. similarity to Brexit. Trump is by no means an ideal candidate. I don't even like the guy, but the Democrat alternative is a thousand times worse ... if you know anything at all about Hillary. Will I vote "for" Trump? No, I will vote "against" Hillary, and there is only one way to do that ... check the "Trump" box.
And I expect a majority of voters, in November, to do the same because their temperature is 110 degrees and they need relief. The polls were against Brexit, but they won. Why? Not because leaving the EU would solve all their problems or would be easy to digest, but because exiting held far fewer consequences than staying. 

As in Britain, the exiters had become far more angry and determined to leave the burning Babel building than those who wanted to stay in and let others pay their way and tell them what to do. So too, Trump is the American version of the British exiters and those other national patriots in all the other European nations who are now determined to follow the British lead. So too will the U.S. ... if all of you "USexiters from Insane, Global Socialism" get out the vote. Even if the Liberals lose, the future will not be easy, but with them, it will only be worse. RB

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