My understanding is that the landslide English (English) vote in favour of Brexit was one of those moments that was divinely-engineered to have potential to lead to a widespread Christian and spiritual awakening in the nation.
As a result of this hope-full sign; with William Wildblood and John Fitzgerald, Albion Awakening was launched - with an explicit intent to encourage this revival.
I'm not sure how long that window of opportunity was open; but it soon emerged that nothing spiritually significant had happened.
The English stayed as materialist, consumerist, hedonic and cowardly as ever; the mainstream political process again took-over; and Brexit dissipated into fake, boring, materialistic wrangles among Establishment representatives concerning bureaucratic micro-problems.
After years of delay and dilution, of lies and propaganda, my impression is that (whatever the official story) nothing substantive has happened at all. I think the UK is supposed to have left the EU in some kind of way; but I don't believe it for a moment.
And since early 2020, all such issues have - anyway - been gobbled-up by the global Establishment coup; so that now all people everywhere live in one world System - where remaining life-differences are merely quantitative and regarded as temporary; where all 'politics' is merely the inter-office managerial wrangles of a single mega-bureaucracy; and where no nation (no person!) is allowed to dissent or opt-out on any issue that the covert international government regards as important (e.g. sexual revolution/ birdemic/ climate change/ antiracism).
We live in Fukayama's 'End of History', New World Order, World Government, as planned and pursued by the globalist Establishment for more than a century (and of which we were fore-warned by Establishment ex-insiders such as Aldous Huxley and George Orwell) ...
And, as always, the reality for the masses turns out to be very different-from, and much worse-than, they were led to hope-for and expect.
So Brexit is dead - that window of opportunity is closed - that hope came to naught.
But what about the recent 'freedom' marches in London? Perhaps the biggest grassroots public gatherings/ demonstrations in national history - many hundreds of thousands of people? One cannot help but feel somewhat stirred by any expression of resistance - and to wish them well...
But can we hope for anything substantive from them - or will they go the way of Brexit?
Well, no; we cannot hope for anything substantive - not if they remain protest-orientated, and focused only by a negative agenda and rationalized merely by an hedonic and utilitarian 'moral' calculus (making more people less miserable and more happy).
No hope unless 'protest' was swiftly followed by a spiritual Christian revival that would be a positive agenda.
No hope unless they became a no-institutional but powerful fellowship of Christian believers - because any alternative socio-political institution will surely be assimilated or destroyed.
Only an other-worldly and eternal frame: only acknowledgement of this as a God-created world - and active and explicit support of the divine agenda... only such could provide the love-motivated long-termism and courage in a Good cause that have been so profoundly lacking in England for so many decades.
Otherwise the movement, no matter how massive and enthusiastic, will quickly be controlled, converged, co-opted and intimidated into extinction or irrelevance.
This done using the power of the media (and public addiction to it) to manipulate, marginalize and demonize; by dishonest and selective policing and application of the 'law'; and by multiple (tried and tested) techniques such as double-agents, spies, agents provocateurs and false flags.
A Good future lies only on the other side of a powerful spiritual and Christian revival that acknowledges the war of Good and evil, the primacy of the spiritual; and explicitly takes the side of God.
And the Good of this future is to be measured primarily by spiritual criteria - with any material benefits (such health, prosperity, peace, happiness) unpredictable and secondary by-products of a primarily spiritual focus and priority.
But if we aim, instead, directly for the material benefits... then we will get nothing but more chaos, fear and despair.