Boris Out Of Danger

The night to Tuesday went by with very little sleep, and a very uncomfortable one. So many fears. If Boris dies, what will be of Brexit? What will happen if a wave of panic sweeps the West? Did he make his peace with the Lord?

On Tuesday we were told that he was not (yet) on a ventilator. The waiting was still going on as most who die need a ventilator within the first 24 hours of recovery in the ICU.

On Wednesday morning, it was clear the man would have to postpone his funeral. On Wednesday evening, we were said he was improving.

It is now Thursday morning, and it is clear the man has a long recovery process before him. But, by God’s grace, he will live.

Still, this episode goes to show that this Coronavirus is not a plague, and does not justify the panic I read around me; but it’s a nasty client, and can take out people who are fairly young and apparently strong. One of them, a member of the security detail of the Italian Prime Minister. Plus, almost 100 doctors now in Italy alone.

I think a prayer of thanksgiving is fully in order.

This Country needs Boris at the helm. Not because he is the best, but because he is the one who gets things done and can unite the Country behind him like nobody did since Maggie.

Let’s hope he is back in charge before the Country has utterly ruined himself, sacrificing its wealth on the altar of “the experts”.

 

Posted on April 9, 2020, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Good news. I will keep praying.

  2. May he continue to heal, especially spiritually. It may aid him, (and us all), if the word is spread to all priests to join in Leo XIII’s Exorcism against Satan and the Apostate Angels at 3PM Rome time, Holy Saturday. https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/abp-vigano-asks-bishops-priests-to-pray-exorcism-against-satan-on-holy-saturday . We, the laity, can join the effort with our rosaries and prayer to St. Michael.

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