posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 03:44 AM
Lots of well wishers, and lots of haters, ho hum.
This is a conspiracy forum, not Facebook, and nobody has noticed the 500lb gorilla in the room.
The Queen has been hospitalised after symptoms of gastroenteritis led her to cancel a visit to Rome this week. She has stated that she wants no
visitors, not even family, so not to disrupt the running of the hospital. This may seem admirable, or it could be seen as a guilty conscience for
using the hospitalisation as a ploy to avoid the trip to Rome.
Now cancelling a visit to Rome may not seem like a big thing, but lets take a look at some recent occurrences based around Rome.
The Pope retires; we don't know why, but we do know that he was put under pressure. That would mean he was ordered to do something he could not
stomach, and his resignation was the only way out of it. He won't be around this week in Rome.
Next comes Cardinal Keith O’Brien, Britains most senior catholic, who has just resigned from his post, after sexual allegations were made. Again, it
looks as though pressure was applied, and these allegations from years ago were the bait to make him conform. But it appears that, ignoring his sexual
conduct, he is a man of honour, and will not bend to blackmail, so he resigned, and will not be in Rome this week.
That just leaves HM Queen, where resigning is not an option, and she may have taken the path of least resistance. But, either way, she will not be in
Rome this week.