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Tuesday, 28 December 2010

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Queen Elizabeth II; "Where is King Arthur when you need him?"

Buckingham Palace, LONDON: What HM Queen Elizabeth II should have said in the Queens speech is:

"I'm a fraud. I'm not the Queen of a Sovereign Country any more as I gave our sovereignty away when I signed the final Lisbon Treaty. I'm standing here today giving a PC speech written for me in order to hide this fact and to protect the scum who run the country on behalf of the EU. Where is King Arthur when you need him?"

Whilst he Queen DID NOT sign the Lisbon Treaty as it was signed surreptitiously by G. Brown, with the the Queen being the Constitutional Monarch who upholds the will of the people through elected governments. However, there are 17th Century laws which say that no foreign laws were to be imposed upon the English people. The handing of British Sovereignty over to the Federalist European Union is an act of treason under The Sovereignty Act of 1606. Bring back King Arthur!

So it is not the case that if you don't like it, vote for a different party that upholds your principles. The old laws which were 'awarded' for treason & impeachment should have imprisoned the entire perishing Government to the Tower! King Arthur would have done!

You can blame the PC nonsenses on elected minsters in the previous government, led by H. Harman. The Queen probably hates it as much as most of the rest of us and would probably like them to be sent to the Tower by King Arthur, but this is what people, in their infinite wisdom, voted for.

To all those who look for some glimmer of hope in the Queens speech and desperately search for some coded message of reassurance are wasting their time. The Queen is a tool of Government and can say and do nothing she is not allowed to do and say. Anything the Queen does say, is decoded to make sure there are no hidden messages beyond those which we will take to be the hidden message, from which we will derive just enough hope to stop us taking matters into our own hands.

The tragedy is that we are in so much trouble that we need hope. We are so desperate for such leadership that will take us in the direction that we wish to go that even King Arthur has been mentioned widely. Unfortunately, in the absence of such leadership from King Arthur, Britain seems prepared to follow the treacherous dogs that constitute are present leadership into the shadows and national oblivion. As Queen Elizabeth II might say, "Where is King Arthur when you need him?"

So the Queens message was again suggesting that it was all over and that the happier and more unified nation that we used to be is beyond her power to restore. If you want your country thus restored you are going to have to do it yourselves. Choose your weapon gentlemen, the barricade or the ballot box or pray for the return of King Arthur.

As one Commentator has written;

    "It was as though the Queen had planned a message about Christian Unity, with the King James Bible as an eloquent reference, to which her advisors said 'Very good Ma'am, now lets bend what you really want to say, and water it down to be palatable for the multicultural hoardes.'

    "Hence we got a poignant message about the King James Bible, followed by it's relevance to sport (the Princes playing with children from ethnic backgrounds) and some reading from ethnic kids."

    "I feel sorry for the Queen. She is clearly a woman of faith, who is not allowed to say what she really believes due to the multicultural mess that successive governments have left her."

    "I suspect that the Queen's real message would have been all about the essential nature of Christian unity over and above other religions. When even the head of state cannot voice her opinion without fear of a politically corect backlash, it is evident that we live in extremely intolerant times."


Queen Elizabeth II; "Where is King Arthur when you need him?"

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