posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 03:33 PM
Is Brown the Antichrist?
1. He has risen through politics peacefully; he has come to power as PM without ever being elected for the job
(nobody was able to successfully
stand against him as everyone knew he would be PM; all those who could have contested figured it wasn’t worth getting in the next “leaders” bad
2. Since being in power the Tories have gone from a 9% popularity lead over Labour politics.guardian.co.uk...
to a ten point fall below Labour www.dailymail.co.uk...
Brown has announced few new policies, and is hardly charismatic.
3. He is Britain’s first
Scottish prime minister, he is elected as an MP in a safe Scottish seat (not an English one even though Scotland is
only about 10% of the population). But still he rules over us.
4. He supports biometric I.D cards, and promises to implement them in 2009 and significantly more so if-when he wins the next election. At first you
will not be allowed to apply for a new passport without providing the government you’re biometric details. In future it’s possible you will not be
allowed to own property or trade (i.e. be employed) without one (if you’re over 16). However details on how to force the rest of the U.K population
who (don’t update they’re passports) has yet to be finalised.
Originally posted by MiniHawk
What about air and spirit? Those are also two of the five elements.
Well as for air
I'm sure some more storms will see to that!!!
Spirit? That’s a harder one. Let’s just assume meeting the political ghost of George Bush is what the really
No way do I genuinely believe Brown is the anti Christ, however I find it interesting just how easy it is to label a modern leader
as such. I
agree England has had some bad luck since Brown’s came to power, although maybe climate change and Iraq failure has more to blame? I mean if God
was more rational couldn’t he at least wait till Brown does something more controversial
? (Like raise taxes).