By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson
11th September, 2022
But how long for that is the question? After all Prince Charles, now Charles III, is 73 years old and counting. But his father lived to be nearly 100, but missed out on that magic number and getting a telegram from the Queen.
Mind you, he would have needed to apply for one, unless she had been prepared to do one herself.
As regards the queen everyone is sad she is gone. Well, not everyone.
I note Jeff Bozo (sic) is trying to make himself look good by making a tweet. As he is a hypocrite with his abuse of Amazon monopoly I am not impressed.
This is a very good piece from Tucker Carlson. He says fairly ‘The British Empire was not perfect, but it was far more humane than any other ever,’
But others are critical and see the queen as a colonialist.
As regards prince Charles he is now King Charles III, but could have been King George VII or King Arthur.
If he had chosen King Arthur perhaps he would fulfil the prophecy to rule a united Britain.
But as to saving Britain I do wonder about kings called Charles in Britain as the first was a schemer who married a Roman Catholic (as prince Charles has), and the second was a philander who did not interest himself seriously in the kingdom.
You can find out more in general about prince Charles, now Charles the third.
As regards the queen, I am not aware what she died of. Presumably Covid 19 as most deaths seem to be down to that nowadays. I doubt it was the vaccines as she probably had a placebo like the elites generally.
As regards Covid 19 I note this from her Wikipedia entry.
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions in place in England at the time, the Queen sat alone at Philip’s funeral service, which evoked sympathy from people around the world.
Assuming this actually happened in this way as opposed to a set up photo (there have been so many media lies it is difficult to tell), I have no sympathy. I worked out in 2020 that it was all faked and social distancing utterly pointless. If she was truly an intelligent women she might have worked this out.
Unless she was in on the scam.
Of course you don’t see her face due to the mask, the whole thing is dodgy.
Her reign of 70 years and 214 days is the longest of any British monarch and the longest recorded of any female head of state in history.
As far as I am concerned, I have known no other monarch, although I never met her. I did see her at a distance in Brighton from the office window (I assume it really was her, and not an actor!). I did see Prince Philip close up though when I received my Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award at Buckingham Palace.
I thought the formal entry hall excessive with all its gold leaf. I am not surprised the queen preferred something more homely.
Am I sad at her passing? Well, it is the end of an era and it seems there will be a lot of upheaval. I did wonder if she thought that it would not be good to have two Elizabeths in charge of the UK, a Windsor and a Truss!
What I am really sad about is the fact that not once in her long reign did she refuse to sign Bills of Parliament into law that were against God’s laws.
I quote this from my post K is for…..Kings
“She made a promise to God at her coronation. It is recorded that, amongst other things, the archbishop asked of her ‘Will you to the utmost of your power maintain the Laws of God and the true profession of the Gospel?’ To which, amongst other things, she replied ‘All this I promise to do’.
So, I wonder why she has never refused to sign a Bill of Parliament, of all those contradicting God’s, the Most High’s, laws? There have been a very great many. So, I would like to ask her, why? Why did you sign?”
Indeed, a friend of ours who we hadn’t seen for a few years came round the other day. He said the same thing, he would have liked to ask the queen the same question. Too late now of course.
I understand it would have caused a constitutional crisis in theory but we did not have a referendum on these serious issues and who knows what the silent majority would have thought at the time.
When we did have a referendum on Brexit the remainers went wild trying to overturn the result they didn’t like. I daresay the same thing would have happened. Evil doesn’t like it when right stands up for the truth.
As far as we know she lived rightly herself, although her children have made a bit of a mess, with 3 out of 4 divorced, and even her own sister Margaret divorced. There is of course the on-going saga with Prince Andrew and even rumblings about Charles and the cause of Diana’s death
But she didn’t stand up and be counted when the evil bills were passed legalising same sex intercourse for males over 21 and the relaxing on abortion in 1967 let alone the Same sex Couples Act in 2013.
She signed these into law and her signature was required to make them law.
The individual bills may have seen small steps that weren’t meant to go further, but give the Devil an inch and he will take a mile. In fact he will take any miles he can get. He hates the human race and will do anything to destroy and control it.
And he uses his minions to do so, both Nazis and Marxists/communists who both sadly came out of Germany as I have said before. They have sought to destroy the UK and the legacy of its Empire, the Commonwealth, which is why those countries have been particularly targeted in the Covid 19 era.
What Charles III will be like as king remains to be seen. I don’t dislike him per se, and I think he has had a lot of bad press. He has done a lot of good via the Duchy of Cornwall and promotion of organic food. We have been poisoned too long by big pharma and the big farmer using artificial fertilizers and pesticides on the soil.
We are what we eat, and if we eat poisoned things we die, maybe even become poisonous ourselves as our bodies and minds are upset and we do things we shouldn’t.
Accepting evil laws into the country has the same effect on our spirits, the words corrupting our very hearts.
So I am sad the queen has gone, but far sadder at the legacy she left behind with the legislation she signed into law.
But I do wonder if it was necessary to bring about these end times as evil is exposed and the true culprits revealed for the entire world to see, to separate the wheat from the tares, the sheep from the goats.
After all, all things work together for good for those who love God, and these are a far bigger number than those who don’t despite appearances to the contrary.
P.S. I might write a lot more about Charles III including the World Economic Forum etc, but not now.
Of course today is 9/11 when the twin towers fell in New York. Therein lies another story which opened the millennium.
And if you haven’t seen my different and mainly amusing take on the kings and queens of England.