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117,929.  It’s very hard to tell if the Queen is unhappy with you.  She hasn’t really cracked a smile since Diana died.  (Diana & Elizabeth II)  Frankie Boyle 

 

 

31,959.  The Queen’s wealth as a monarch includes fifty-four Commonwealth nations worldwide, millions of acres of Crown land and resources.  Thousands of Crown corporations.  And the Corporate State of London which is the capital of world finance.  The Queen’s visible personal wealth which was accumulated tax free until 1992 include Royal Yachts, Rolls-Royces, racehorses, five castles, the world’s largest collection of jewels, twenty thousand old masterpieces, and billions of Class A shares in blue-chips and bonds which have been invested and reinvested over and over again tax free.  Most of the Queen’s family’s fortune was inherited from her ancestors’ illegal opium trade with China and the black slave trade.  (Royal Family & Monarchy & Elizabeth II & Wealth)  The Bloodlines of the Illuminati

 

 

31,962.  It’s no accident that the present Queen’s grandmother is a direct descendant of the sister of Count Dracul ... There’s a particular place in Belgium which is known as the Mother of Darkness Castle which is funnily located in the same area as that child murderer and satanic ring was based that came to light ... She told me and another such two have told me the same story ... Present in Britain at rituals at which Diana was being abused as part of these rituals in a mind-controlled state ... They mind-control the children of the aristocratic families ... Diana’s role was to be sacrificed in that place at that time ... Her other role was to add her genes to the Windsors’ ... What they needed was an infusion of human genes.  (Royal Family & Monarchy & Elizabeth II & Diana)  David Icke, author The Biggest Secret

 

 

31,965.  The Queen here – an ancient human-reptile bloodline.  (Royal Family & Reptilians & Elizabeth II)  David Icke, author

 

 

31,969.  The personality conveyed by the utterances which are put into her mouth is that of a priggish schoolgirl, captain of the hockey team, a prefect, and a recent candidate for confirmation.  It is not thus that she will be able to come into her own as an independent and distinctive character.  John Grigg, cited National and English Review August 1958

 

 

31,970.  All sorts of people go and meet the Queen.  You know, Nelson Mandela went and met the Queen – an appalling criminal record.  Nick Griffin, British National Party

 

 

31,971.  For more than fifty years one woman has been at the heart of Britain’s great national crises and her own personal family turmoil.  She has shaped the nation from behind closed doors.  Her story is all our stories.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  The Queen I, Channel 4 2009

 

31,972.  Townsend was not to see the princess for a year.  Two days later Margaret arrived back in London.  She had been told of Townsend’s departure to Rhodesia and had taken to her bed.  The press called it Diplomatic Flu.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,973.  On the day of her coronation the Queen’s solemn face hid a dark secret that was about to break out and shock the watching world.  Her twenty-two year-old sister Margaret was having an affair with a divorced royal servant.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,974.  On 6th February 1962 their lives changed for ever: summoned from a royal tour of Kenya Elizabeth returned to Britain as Queen.  For a twenty-five-year-old it was a daunting prospect.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,975.  At the time of the King’s death one in three people in Britain believed the new Queen was chosen by God.  Not only head of state and head of the British commonwealth, Elizabeth became supreme governor of the Church of England.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Church of England)  ibid.

 

31,976.  2nd June 1953 the British television age began in earnest when more than twenty-five million people tuned in to watch the biggest ever live broadcast.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,977.  The Queen finally faced the meeting with her sister she dreaded.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid. 

 

 

31,978.  1969: the Queen took the biggest step into PR the Royal Family had ever taken by letting TV cameras into her world.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  The Queen II

 

31,979.  The days of blind reverence to the British establishment were over.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,980.  They were overspending their government allowance; in short, the money was running out.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,981.  In 1970 popular support for the Queen was waning.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.  

 

31,982.  Princess Anne and her horse-riding companion Mark Philips announced their engagement.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,983.  Wilson had proved himself an ally she could rely on.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

 

31,984.  God save the Queen

The Fascist regime

God save the Queen

She ain’t no human being.

There is no future

In England’s dreaming.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  The Sex Pistols, God Save the Queen, 1977 song

 

 

31,985.  In the build up to the Coronation the two sides would clash repeatedly.  The Queen was caught in the middle.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  The Queen’s Coronation: Behind Palace Doors, Channel 4 2008

 

31,986.  Sixteen months were given to plan and rehearse this event.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,987.  Prince Philip and the Queen Mother were moving in very different directions.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,988.  Deferring to her daughter was one thing, dealing with her son-in-law’s negative views was another.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,989.  Behind the scenes there was no such cosy family.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,990.  This tyranny of tradition extended beyond the coronation into every area of royal life.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,991.  Buckingham Palace already had an occupant – the Queen Mother ... So Philip reluctantly found himself living with his in-laws.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,992.  Soho nights were just a short escape.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,993.  The BBC was still fighting to get their cameras in.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,994.  Finally it was her moment.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,995.  Behind the scenes some family tensions continued.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,996.  Overall, the Coronation had been a stunning victory for the traditionalists.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

31,997.  The nation was entranced by the spectacle.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

 

31,998.  I think that he [Prince Phillip] felt that what he’d got was a billet for life.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  Piers Brendon, author The Windsors and Our Own Dear Queen  

 

 

32,390.  It's a sign of the tragic immaturity of Britain as a nation that we should be obsessed in the year 2000 with a reactionary old woman who has never done anything except act as a parasite on the body politic.  Piers Brendon 

 

 

31,999.  The Queen can do no wrong.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  Winston Churchill

 

 

32,000.  London May 1953: Dr Geoffrey Fisher, the Archbishop of Canterbury, crowns Lavinia ... These are the final rehearsals ... On June 2 1953 a nine hundred year old rite was enacted.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth, BBC 2013

 

32,001.  15th February 1952: the funeral of George VI.  The king had died in his sleep at the age of fifty-six.   (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & George VI)  ibid.

 

32,002.  She was quickly escorted home to take up her new responsibilities.  On the runway in London to greet her – the prime minister Winston Churchill and members of the Privy Council.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

32,003.  Would its cameras be allowed inside Westminster Abbey? ... A lot of television sets would be sold as a result of the U-turn.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Television)  ibid.

 

32,004.  20,000 troops were going to be involved on the day.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

32,005.  Hyde Park was transformed into an enormous emergency camp.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

32,006.  She rehearsed in the Abbey on four occasions.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

32,007.  The BBC’s live television broadcast was in black and white.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Television)  ibid.

 

 

32,008.  In the eyes of her family, courtiers and the public the young Prince Philip of Greece was a far from ideal suitor.  Rough, uneducated and unlikely to be faithful, thought the court.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  The Queen's Wedding, Channel 4 2011

 

32,009.  The princess was smitten by the good looking, much older cadet.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

 

32,010.  He [Dickie] wanted to put himself and the Mountbattens centre stage.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family)  ibid.

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