Media Confirmation of Sinn Féin’s Brexit protests along the Irish border for United Ireland and Terrorism in London -‘Irish dissident plot’ possible – March 2019 – as predicted by Clairvoyant Dimitrinka Staikova in her book published October 28, 2018 : Brexit – Great Britain, Ireland, Scotland 2018 – 2019. The European Union – Elections 2019 – the next European Commission President ? British Royal Family – Clairvoyant/Psychic predictions : Theresa May, Sinn Fein ….and World Predictions 2018/19
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Mary Lou McDonald (Leader of Sinn Fein) – Two parties – One leader – Clairvoyant/Psychic predictions October 14, 2018 about the future of Ireland and Sinn Fein for year 2018 and 2019 – by Clairvoyant House “Dimitrinka Staikova and daughters Stoyanka and Ivelina Staikova” – from Europe, Bulgaria, Varna.
photo : October 12, 2018. Time – after the photo.
…..February 2019 – attempts for destabilization of the British government – I see arsons and intervention of terrorism (Arabs are included). (Media Confirmation 2)
….The beginning of March 2019 – there are protests, requests for reforms and uniting of the both parts of Ireland….(media confirmation 1)
Media Confirmations :
1. Call for protests along border the day after Brexit – Monday, March 04, 2019
Politicians from Northern Ireland’s main pro-Remain parties also turned out for the event, including representatives from Sinn Féin, the SDLP and the Alliance Party.
Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson backed the call to protest, and also called for a united Ireland.
2. London explosive devices: ‘Irish dissident plot’ possible as counter-terror police investigate whether more packages are at large – March 5, 2019
Counter terror police are investigating a possible Irish dissident plot after improvised explosive devices were sent to three major London transport hubs.
The viable devices, one of which ignited and burst into flames when it was opened, were received at offices at Heathrow Airport, City Airport and Waterloo railway station on Tuesday
The crude incendiary bombs, which were sent in jiffy bags, all bore Irish postmarks and appeared to have been sent from addresses in Dublin.