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Psychic Kyra Oser makes predictions for Brexit. Will the UK exit the EU?
As for Brexit predictions on a vote for the UK to potentially leave the EU, I didn’t see anything happening anytime soon. At first glance, the image I get is that something looks blocked by someone or an organisation. The UK will be weighing an upcoming terrorist attack in central London that is being threatened by the 17th of March, the police will be watching for this threat by March 15th, and this attack could manifest twice by mid-April (avoid London on Thursdays and Fridays for at least next 2-3 months if possible, particularly during commuter hours and also associated with the number 4 on the clock, as in 4 pm). Additional voter concerns will include the threat of both economic sanctions from other European countries combined with the potential of having the pound destabilised. Which would you choose, public safety or financial stability? Of course the matter isn’t so simple and there’s more to the equation. A complication will change the landscape of this issue and cause delays when an even bigger threat of impending war in 2017 emerges and many will be moved by a sentiment for the UK to maintain solidarity with neighbouring allies. While the matter of Brexit will be split by almost 50/50 after the attacks and the weight of this issue will subsequently intensify, the costs of a Brexit will be concluded by some politicians to outweigh the benefits. I will conclude that, no, Brexit does not come to pass in its current form. But that doesn’t mean it won’t be proposed again later in a revised and more complicated version. It’s as if the current plan is being scrapped and rewritten for yet another vote at a later date.
However, the proposal as it stands does bring to light some serious issues which open an important public conversation about increasing gaps in both financial stability and public safety. If government is intended to provide either a balance between security and freedom or an emphasis on one or the other, why are we seeing a decrease in both? The injustice of instability inspires agitation and anger, inevitably inciting reformation. 16th-century Europe experienced a religious reformation initiated by Martin Luther, Protestant to the Catholic Church. We are in the midst of a political and economic reformation. In an August 13th, 2015 post for this blog, a prediction of “revolution” in London is described, prompted by anger at the banking system and manifesting in the form of protests and iconoclasm in July of 2016. Considering that a June vote is expected, the timing now makes sense.
What we’ve recently seen with Scotland seeking independence (even though the vote was not in favour of breaking from England), the proposal of Brexit, and, soon enough, Southern States in the US seeking independence, is one extreme of resistance to an unavoidable phenomenon that is developing: an international government in the form of what will look like a more strengthened UN.
Why is this happening now? Much of it comes down to technology, including the astronomy of space exploration and an expansion of international communications. As travel becomes quicker and exploration of our galaxy spans ever-greater distances, an alliance of international governments will become more practical. Additonally, as communications become increasingly sophisticated, the imagined barriers of manmade borders seem less relevant. But, as in every significant change in the course of history-from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment to the Industrial Revolution and now the Digital Revolution of our own lifetime-there will always be the other extreme that wants to go back to the way things were. And it’s thanks to both those who resist change and those who embrace it that the world-and, someday not so far away, this galaxy and others-will always strive for balance as we keep one another in check.
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