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Originally posted by nik1halo
reply to post by Greensage
I agree that Prince William will become a King, but he will not be 'The King', for that we await the return of our true Lords; the Lords of our Lords.
I think you'll find that old Charlie's got first dibs on the throne mate. Regardless of public opinion, it's his right as Heir and Successor.
Originally posted by Springheel Jack
For when they shall say, peace and security; then shall sudden destruction come upon them, as the pains upon her that is with child, and they shall not escape. 1Thessolonians 5:3
We'll just wait and see. It's all going down. Better pack a lunch.
Originally posted by JohnySeagull
The Queen is going to appeal for world peace.
The Vatican is calling for forgiveness for all its sins.
I wonder do they know something the sheep don't?
Anyone for a second coming?
Originally posted by Freeborn
Maybe we should listen, with an open mind, to what she has to say and then formulate opinions etc.
Is that such a radical thought?
Originally posted by BigDaveJr
reply to post by SeekerofTruth101
At least the Queen looks better than Queen Victoria did at the same point in Her Reign
Originally posted by grantbeed
Queen to make historic UN address and appeal for 'world peace'
(visit the link for the full news article)
The Queen is preparing to deliver one of the most important speeches of her 58-year reign in New York early next month
She is expected to appeal for world unity and world peace when she addresses the 192-member General Assembly of the United Nations for the first time in more than half a century at the end of her summer tour of Canada
Originally posted by Alethea
World unity? World peace?
So, what do you suppose THAT could mean?
The United Nations is an organisation, dedicated to peace, where representatives from all over the world meet to examine the problems of the time. In it men and women from all these countries – large or small, powerful or weak – can exercise an influence that might otherwise be denied them. The United Nations also originates and inspires a wide range of social and economic activities for the benefit of the whole human race.
But, Mr President, the future of this Organisation will be determined, not only by the degree to which its members observe strictly the provisions of the charter and cooperate in its practical activities, but also by the strength of its people’s devotion to the pursuit of those great ideals to which I have referred.
When justice and respect for obligations are firmly established, the United Nations will the more confidently achieve the goal of a world at peace, law abiding and prosperous for which men and women have striven so long and which is the heart’s desire of every nation here represented. I offer you my best wishes in your task and pray that you may be successful.