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Her Britannic Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022. Enjoy this very special tribute to Her Majesty

Her Britannic Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022. Enjoy this very special tribute to Her Majesty

By Michael Shrimpton

Her Majesty’s long life of service to the Nation and Commonwealth came to an end quite suddenly, leaving many people in shock. Determined to do Her duty to the very end She received Her outgoing Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, only last Tuesday. She was seen smiling when welcoming Her new Prime Minister, Liz Truss.

In the space of just two days, Britain had a new Prime Minister and a new Sovereign. In accordance with the British Constitution, King Charles III ascended the Throne immediately upon the death of His beloved mother.

Some idiot republicans, if that is not a tautology with respect, have complained that they didn’t elect King Charles. Of course, they didn’t! As her name (the United Kingdom) implies the UK is a kingdom. In a kingdom, the Head of State is a hereditary monarch. In fact, Parliament approved the succession, by means of the Act of Settlement in 1701. The country isn’t known as the ‘UR’ for a reason!

Stability and orderly transition are of course two of the great advantages enjoyed by monarchies. As we saw in November 2020, when the election was stolen from the winning candidate Donald Trump, transitions in republics can often be difficult.

Not everyone is mourning our departed Sovereign. A silly professor at Carnegie Mellon University, if that is not a tautology with respect, Uju Anya, unaware that the British Empire was a nice empire, tweeted some nonsense about it being genocidal. We must find some way of upsetting Professor Anya. One suggestion would be to rename the Chief of the General Staff the Chief of the Imperial General Staff, the old title. That should cause her to blow a gasket, no offense intended. READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE HERE


John Bellamy Comments:

Six of us watched the funeral here at Hammy Hall. We cozied up in the lounge, shut out the world, lit some candles, made some tea and settled back for a day of celebration of her life and a grand show of extravaganza with soldiers, horses, gun carriages and so much more as our Queen for the whole of my life, was buried.

We made some free bacon butties for everyone's lunch and laughed and some cried as the day wore on. I knew it was only a matter of time as after the Jubilee, like many elderly and dying people, they hang on for a special occasion than go, and that's exactly what the Queen did as she left nothing undone. She even managed to sign in the new Prime Minister the day before when although she look frail, was deeply smiling and it did bring joy and a tear to see.

So we are no longer Elizabethans - we are Charlesians - although the dictionary cannot find such a word.

Welcome to a new age. A new beginning. A new day and a whole new - somewhat fucked up - world.


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