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Uri Geller wants to stop Brexit telepathically

By T.K. Randall
March 24, 2019 · Comment icon 25 comments

Geller has his own ideas about stopping Brexit. Image Credit: CC 3.0 Aquarius2000
The Israeli spoon-bender is aiming to use mind over matter to compel Theresa May to revoke article 50.
The controversial illusionist, whose psychic feats have often been met with a significant degree of skepticism, is now hoping to put a stop to Brexit by encouraging others to transmit 'psychic energy'.

Geller explains that this will work by visualizing May signing a document to revoke article 50, as well as willing her to hold a second EU referendum as a 'second choice'.

"I urge and plea with the people to think - even if it's for a few seconds - at 11.11am and 11.11pm, to send Theresa May that message to revoke article 50 and remain in the EU," he wrote.

"Energy can be transmitted, energy can be received and the collective energy of people who want to achieve something is massive."
The 72-year-old however does not believe that manipulating the outcome in this way is unethical.

"I don't see this as interfering with [her] mind," he said. "I'm giving her a scenario to understand better the situation. I'm opening up her mind to listen to messages from the people."

"As far as I'm concerned, if we leave the EU, that is going to be a catastrophic event."

So far however, his efforts don't seem to have had any effect whatsoever.

Source: The Guardian | Comments (25)

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Comment icon #16 Posted by Impedancer 5 years ago
Did Uri Geller inspire the makers of the movie the matrix to the phrase in the movie "There is no spoon " ;-) 
Comment icon #17 Posted by RabidMongoose 5 years ago
Well... except for Ukraine
Comment icon #18 Posted by Chaldon 5 years ago
11:11 am/pm of local time? Uri was surely playing truant.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Derek Willis 5 years ago
The UK has a history of being invaded and attempted invasions. The Romans, Saxons, Vikings, and Normans invaded the UK. Then the Spanish, Dutch, French, and Germans tried to invade. Back to the topic. What I find magic is how Uri Geller has spun out a decades long career and earned millions from doing a few very basic conjuring tricks.
Comment icon #20 Posted by tmcom 5 years ago
I thought that you said that the UN is a fraud, my mistake carry on. True,and us Aussies are working hard to make our land as colonial as is possible, going back to environmentally friendly candles, doing away with electricity, and walking about with placards on boards. Fiverr is the place for such things!
Comment icon #21 Posted by Seti42 5 years ago
It'd be great if you could stop the idiocy and self-defeating hatred of white nationalism with telepathy. If this works for Brexit, lets try it on Trump!
Comment icon #22 Posted by Mr Supertypo 5 years ago
Uri should mind his own business. Its up to the brits to decide not a telepatic prima donna.
Comment icon #23 Posted by RabidMongoose 5 years ago
The only deal possible is a no-deal because the EU are acting to prevent all other leave options. Uri has already lost lol.
Comment icon #24 Posted by Eldorado 5 years ago
NEWSFLASH "Spoon-bender Uri Geller clearly meant business when he said he would single-handedly stop Brexit using his telepathic powers. The illusionist has taken credit for causing a flood in the House of Commons last night which saw MPs suspend their session after water started gushing from the ceiling. The magician and ardent remainer says he bent the pipes in the roofing and told MPs he ‘wont apologise’ because they ‘all deserve it.’" Full story:
Comment icon #25 Posted by kel_kel 5 years ago
It's kind of sad actually, the lengths Uri will go to, to be relevant again. 

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