For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Several pro-EU MPs imagine they can just ignore the result of the referendum if they lose. Who do these people think they are?
Some politicians seem to have forgotten that their mandate comes from
the people. Rather than citizen lawmakers who take their orders from the
voters, they're behaving like seventeenth-century princelings with a
divine right to rule.
Be in no doubt: Leave means Leave. Whatever happens in the referendum, the Government will have to abide by the result.
But this episode is revealing. It lays bare the contempt Europhile elites feel for democracy.
The ruling classes think they know what's best for the rest of us.
That's why they like to centralise power in unaccountable bureaucracies
like the European Commission.
Brussels gives politicians who've
lost the people's trust – think Peter Mandelson – the opportunity to
rule us without tiresome nuisances like elections.
Now the elites
are panicking, as this desperate stitch-up attempt testifies. From the
Prime Minister down, they're realising voters aren't buying their
Across Britain, people are starting to
see that they don't have to be ruled by the crony corporatist cartel
that presided over the Eurozone debt disaster and the migrant crisis.
Britain really can do better.
This referendum is Britain's one
chance to break free from the Euro-oligarchy. On June 23rd, we can take
back democratic control from our incompetent overlords. Let's put the
princeling pretenders back in their place.