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Prince William to share Queen's duties: Treasury document reveals secret plan to make him the 'Sha

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posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 02:08 PM
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Oh give over infinite, we all know your a die hard Republican who offers no alternative apart from the diabolic situation of a President of Blairs ilk.... Ewww

The Queen is a dictator? Oh dear, you have lost the plot, haven't you? How so, exactly? The Queen does not excercise any of her power, much to the chagrin of many as she could end this sorry debacle of Labour's social experiment now, but we have to put up with Brown and chums for months yet until he decides he is ready for an election.

And canada, Australia or any of the realms can, if they so wish, remove the Queen as Head of State quite easily. It would require an Act of Parliament in the UK, but that is a mere formality. Even if no such Act was passed and they went alone, there is nothing we could do about it.

You can be such a dram queen (pardon the pun
) when it comes to the Monarchy, no wonder some across the Pond think we still have some archaic society, which is nothing short of bollocks.




posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 02:10 PM
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What he means by the queens power, is they exercise this power from behind the scenes, through the secret society networks.



posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 02:23 PM
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That would be believable if I didn't know, for a fact, that the Queen detests Blair and Brown, especially the latter.

He doesn't even give the common courtesies afforded to her by protocol. She could end this Labour experiment now, but she fears the public response to her and the monarchy should she do so.

This alone shows she at least accepts and honours the democratic process, even if it does leave us in a sticky mess with a porridge faced miser in charge.



posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by stumason
He doesn't even give the common courtesies afforded to her by protocol. She could end this Labour experiment now, but she fears the public response to her and the monarchy should she do so.


And why should she have the right or the power to 'end this Labour experiment' at all?



posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 03:15 PM
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It's exactly the same power as held by a President, but with the advantage of her not being allied to any political party or pursuasion.

Alot of people around the country have been commentating, for example on the BBC Have Your say, stating they would support the Queen disbanding Parliament and calling an election. Like I said, the fact she doesn't shows she wants the democratic process to work it's path and not to be influenced by the Monarchy.

EDIT: And by "labour experiment" I refer to their blatant attempt at social engineering and their ruining of the country.

[edit on 13/12/09 by stumason]



posted on Dec, 13 2009 @ 07:10 PM
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The Monarchy is an abusive system of governance, that is utter tyranny.




Yes this is why the French had no bread yet had lots of cake!

This is why Adams spent his time in France and not in Britain.

lol

Of course it can be abusive yet human nature tends to gravitate toward a top down system.

And I think because of greed as well as stupidity a top down system seems to dominate our collective human history including our rather world wide view of God being a top down fix it all Archetype.

The American Revolutionary war stands out in history as the only nation to cut the cords from its Mother and run off like a bastard child with few recognizing the Archetype and Myth that took place during the separation of the United States of America from its Mother Great Britain and the European Renaissance.

The American Revolution was viewed very differently in Britain and it took Winston Churchill to bring the two together in my opinion which may very well be wrong.




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