The other day, I briefly mentioned this ridiculous “Faith of Britain” site that was full of woo-woo nonsense. Well, unsurprisingly, it turns out they’re also cheap and unoriginal. Alongside a section that says this:
Faith of Britain Day will help us all overcome whatever obstacles and difficulties we may face as a country, an economy and as individuals. With over 80 million people concentrating their mental energies at the same time on the same day, we will unleash an irresistible psychic force that will, quite literally, make our dreams come true.
Faith of Britain recognizes that Britain is a multi-cultural, multi-faith family. All of our faiths and beliefs have one common thread: the belief that positive thinking makes positive things happen.
They have a little photo montage of various diverse people. I’ve gotten several emails today from people who say, “Hey! I recognize those guys!” — it seems they aren’t British, and they aren’t particularly into New Age quantum weeblishness. The picture is lifted straight out of the web page for the Department of Astronomy at the University of Florida. I wonder if they know that their mental energies are being harnessed to psychically fix the British economy?