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The signs have been building for weeks. But, the event that solidified for me that things are changing fundamentally is the Times of London story that former MI6 agent Christopher Steele “fabricated” most of the infamous Trump Dossier which spawned three years of political turmoil surrounding Donald Trump.
That Times article clearly leaves Steele out to hang and that doesn’t happen if there hasn’t been a complete change of scenery at the top of British governance…
…Brexit, along with the growing relationship between Johnson, the Queen and President Trump, created an opportunity to expose the rot that’s been on display for the past three and a half years.
The timing on this was note perfect. As the Senate waffled on whether to prolong this sham, the lynch pin to the case against the Trump campaign is cast aside by British Intelligence.
And, to me, taken with everything happening within the Royal Family tells me the Queen has finally returned to the board.
If Britain is sovereign again, then the Sovereign should be a factor again. Don’t think Trump treating her with deference and EU leadership with open disdain isn’t a factor here.
If there is a quid pro quo involving Donald Trump, look no further than his chat with the Queen last fall which the crazies tried so hard to stop. I’m sure Trump pledged an easy path to a trade deal in exchange for support in defeating the CIA coup against him.
originally posted by: Flesh699
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originally posted by: strongfp
a reply to: The GUT
One actual monarch that longs for it's power back, to one that wants to become one. How endearing.
But it took three PMs to get it done
Monarchies are a sign of a weak population lost within' the demise of failed democracy because of the social, and economic breakdown
You forgot Cameron..
Also, Japan was completely taken over by the US since WW2. It's a deep subject, but their monarchy is laughable to be honest
Cameron resigned the day after The EU Referendum result was announced. He didn't want any dealings with taking The UK out of The EU, as he was a staunch EU fan.
A Monarchy is still a Monarchy in whatever shape or form.
That's a bit of a stretch...
So you're OK with a nation like the US and it's anti - monarchy constitution taking on such a type of government?