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7 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

sweep stake

how long do we give the queen?

 

Give her the real vaccine doses that they give to the sheep. Not the fake saline solution the elites get. Then we can start placing some serious bets ;-)

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I will save my sadness for all those who died alone in hospital or at home because relatives were prevented from being with them by the governments covid policies; for all those who have died waiting

I'm overwhelmed with grief over the death of a 99 year old Nazi supporter who befriended hardcore paedophiles and necrophiles and also probably jumped to the top of healthcare waiting lists literally

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1 hour ago, Jikwan said:

You confirmed my suspicions

That photo of him sitting in the car....

That was the corpse sitting. They just fixed his eyes open

It was the face and eyes of a corpse

 

I totally agree. I was thinking about that today.  It's like that film 'Weekend At Bernie's'.

 

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Laughing so much at the moment. A certain radio station that I like because it plays alternative tunes are playing the violin music because of you know who has died

 

All through the state run media, the same violin music, including 6 music.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I find it hard to speak ill of the dead, well so soon anyway, but let's just say that I won't be losing any sleep over him as he was no Romanov, that's for sure.

 

On another note, does his death bring us one step closer to the Antichrist/Al-Dajjal?

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1 minute ago, Jikwan said:

Here, philip and the whole of the royal family behaving inappropriately at this gathering

Makes me sick.

 

 

 

The result of letting certain matchmakers and "Goldsmiths" takeover your fam. It's all so tiresome.

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On 4/9/2021 at 9:09 PM, skitzorat said:

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh have been married for 72 years, but their relationship goes much farther back. In fact, they knew each other from childhood—and are cousins.

Historically, marriage among royals wasn’t so much about love as it was about strengthening alliances for political gain, which could be achieved most conveniently through marriages arranged between members of European dynasties. What was also achieved, however, whether intentionally or not, was that most of Europe’s royal families now share common ancestors.

That’s why it’s really not surprising that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh are not only cousins, but cousins through more than one line of descent. Here’s how the two royal lovebirds, whose marriage was not arranged by their families, are related:

Both are great-great-grandchildren of Queen Victoria:

  • Queen Elizabeth: Queen Elizabeth was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary in 1926, the eldest child of then-Prince Albert (later, King George VI), who was the second son of King George V, who was the second son of King Edward VII, who was Queen Victoria’s second child. 
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  • Prince Phillip: Prince Philip was born Prince Philip of Denmark and Greece in 1921 to Princess Alice of Battenberg, whose mother was Princess Victoria of Hesse, whose mother was Princess Alice, who was Queen Victoria’s third child.

Having had the same great-great-grandmother (Queen Victoria), Elizabeth (the progeny of Victoria’s son, King Edward VII) and Philip (the progeny of Victoria’s daughter, Princess Alice) are third cousins. 

Prince Philip and the Queen are also related through King Christian IX of Denmark:

  • Queen Elizabeth: Christian IX was the great-great-grandfather of Queen Elizabeth II. Elizabeth’s father was George VI, who was the son of George V, who was the son of Alexandra of Denmark (who was married to King Edward VII, the son of Queen Victoria), who was the daughter of Christian IX.
  • Prince Philip: King Christian IX of Denmark was Prince Philip’s paternal great-grandfather. Philip’s father was Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, who was the son of Prince George I of Greece, who was the son of Christian IX.

To put it another way, Prince Philip had the same great-grandfather as Queen Elizabeth’s father, George VI, making Philip and Elizabeth second cousins once removed.

 

 

The couple married in 1947, however, they had known each other for much longer, having first met at the wedding of Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark and the Duke of Kent in 1934 when the Queen was just seven years old and Prince Philip was 12. 

 

Despite their young ages, it was said by news outlets at the time that Elizabeth, who at that point was not meant to ascend to the throne, and Prince Philip, could make a suitable match.

In addition to the royal upbringings of the then-children, Elizabeth and Philip also happened to share a distant relative, as both are descendants of Queen Victoria.

 

 

For Queen Elizabeth, the relation to Queen Victoria is through her father’s side. During Queen Victoria’s reign as the Queen of England from 1876 to 1901, she had nine children, four sons and five daughters, with her husband/1st cousin Prince Albert.

 

When Queen Victoria died, the couple’s eldest son, Prince Edward, ascended to the throne in 1901, before his second-eldest son, George, who is the Queen’s grandfather, succeeded him in 1910.

 

King George V’s reign lasted until 1936, at which point his son, the Queen’s father,George VI, became king.

 
 

Queen Elizabeth II became the monarch of the royal family following her father’s death in 1952.

 

Alternatively, Prince Philip, who was born on 10June 1921 on the Greek island of Corfu to Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark and Princess Alice of Battenberg, is related to Queen Victoria through his mother’s side.

During her time on the throne, Queen Victoria gave birth to her second daughter, Princess Alice, in 1843.

 

Princess Alice married Ludwig IV, the Grand Duke of Hesse, and together they had seven children, including their eldest child, Victoria, who would later marry her father’s cousin, Prince Louis of Battenburg, in 1884.

 

Victoria and Prince Louis gave birth to their first child, Princess Alice of Battenburg, who is Prince Philip’s mother, in 1885.

Prince Philip’s mother eventually married Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark in 1903, before later giving birth to five children, including the Duke of Edinburgh, the couple’s youngest child and only son.

 

Queen Elizabeth, who had reportedly been set on marrying Prince Philip since she was 13, and the Duke of Edinburgh eventually reconnected in 1939, after she had become heir to the throne.

 

After a lengthy courtship, their engagement was announced on 8 July 1947, at which point the royal dropped his title as Prince of Greece and Denmark to take on the title of Duke of Edinburgh.

 

 

 

Before he was the Duke of Edinburgh, the young Philip was Prince of Greece and Denmark, nephew of the Greek king, and born on the Greek island of Corfu in 1921. He was not a British citizen, although his ancestry could be traced to multiple countries including Germany and England. “If anything, I’ve thought of myself as Scandinavian, particularly Danish,” 

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He had a turbulent childhood

In chin-up British fashion, the Queen and her husband aren’t very open about Prince Philip’s difficult early years. When the Greek royal family was ousted, his family fled the country with baby Philip lodged in a fruit crate. After settling in exile in France, Philip’s family went through more changes: His older sisters married and moved away, his father left, and his mother, who suffered from mental illness, entered a psychiatric hospital. “My mother was ill, my sisters were married, my father was in the south of France—I just had to get on with it,” the BBC reports he said. Young Philip was shuttled off to boarding schools in England, Germany, and Scotland for the rest of his childhood.

 
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His relatives were Nazis

His older sisters didn’t just get married: They got married to Nazis, a fact Queen Elizabeth isn’t likely eager to have the world know. When Philip’s sister Cecile and her husband, both Nazi party members, died in a plane crash in 1937, young Philip was sent to Germany for the funeral and had to walk in the procession among Nazi soldiers. None of Philip’s sisters were invited to his wedding in 1947, but the royal couple reunited with his German relations in 2015.

 

 

Queen Elizabeth’s father didn’t approve of Philip

This is the true story of how Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip fell in love: The young Princess met the dashing Prince when she was just 13, and the two corresponded as friends for many years before their romantic relationship blossomed. But a Time magazine article from 1957 points out that the Princess’ father, King George VI, “strongly disapproved” of the match. “Despite Philip’s British background and his fine war record, George VI was deeply worried about how British opinion…would take to a Greek Prince as the husband of the heiress presumptive,” Time reported. “There was also something about his daughter’s brash young man with his loud, boisterous laugh and his blunt, seagoing manners that irritated the gentle King.” Plus, Philip was poor (by royal standards, at least), exiled, had German roots and Nazi relatives, and wasn’t considered a proper choice for the princess. History

 
 
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He wasn’t happy his children couldn’t have his last name

Prince Philip also resented that his kids couldn’t even take his last name—or rather, that Queen Elizabeth wouldn’t allow it, as she wanted to keep to her name of the House of Windsor after their marriage. “I am the only man in the country not allowed to give his name to his own children,” 

 

In 1960, the couple reached a compromise: Although the royal house itself would remain as Windsor, their descendants, should they need a last name, would be called Mountbatten-Windsor.

 
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>1930s woah! you trying to marry a commoner, you have to abdicate, oy vey!
>2017 of course you can marry a divorced British-hating commoner, goy.

 

Oh well, it's done now I guess. We marched millions of young men off to die so we would could allow millions in now.

 

"I am deeply conscious of the presence of the great company of the dead, and I am convinced that could they make their voices heard they would be with me in what I am about to say. I speak simply as a soldier of the Last War whose most earnest prayer it is that such cruel and destructive madness shall never again overtake mankind. There is no land whose people want war."

 

- King Edward VIII

 

No more brother wars!

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Last sentence sums up my views. I'm not a fan of the royals, but I won't jump on the royal bashing bandwagon because I know who is behind it, the same people that want one monarch to rule over the world. Don't get me wrong, there are royals from the old order that are helping to usher in the new order themselves, but they're not all cut from the same cloth, hence why ones that didn't bow to their money lenders were exterminated.

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16 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

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Last sentence sums up my views. I'm not a fan of the royals, but I won't jump on the royal bashing bandwagon because I know who is behind it, the same people that want one monarch to rule over the world. Don't get me wrong, there are royals from the old order that are helping to usher in the new order themselves, but they're not all cut from the same cloth, hence why ones that didn't bow to their money lenders were exterminated.

When you say your not jumping on because you no who's behind it, are you inferring that they will retaliate against people who have mocked//ridiculed/insinuated/spoken I'll of? And are you saying Phillip was one of the better ones? 

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21 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

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Last sentence sums up my views. I'm not a fan of the royals, but I won't jump on the royal bashing bandwagon because I know who is behind it, the same people that want one monarch to rule over the world. Don't get me wrong, there are royals from the old order that are helping to usher in the new order themselves, but they're not all cut from the same cloth, hence why ones that didn't bow to their money lenders were exterminated.

On the latter I'm thinking he lived a long life, Queen has lived a long life so they must have bowed to there pay masters to have had a successfull long reign.

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41 minutes ago, GSM said:

When you say your not jumping on because you no who's behind it, are you inferring that they will retaliate against people who have mocked//ridiculed/insinuated/spoken I'll of? And are you saying Phillip was one of the better ones? 

 

I'm not scared of the retaliation as the social engineers are happy for us to mock the old world order seeing as it has served it's use in their eyes and must be destroyed to make room for something worse, as hard as that is to imagine.

 

And nah, I'm not a fan of Phillip or any of the other European royals from at least the last century, which is why I said I won't be losing sleep over his death.

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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I'm not scared of the retaliation as the social engineers are happy for us to mock the old world order seeing as it has served it's use in their eyes and must be destroyed to make room for something worse, as hard as that is to imagine.

 

And nah, I'm not a fan of Phillip or any of other the European royals from at least the last century, which is why I said I won't be losing sleep

I think ive just got what you was meaning, your not bashing them because they want people to bash them.

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7 minutes ago, GSM said:

I think ive just got what you was meaning, your not bashing them because they want people to bash them.

I'll get there slowly. Lol.

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With hindsight, it seems like a waste of a good jab on Philip, in Jan. 9th, since it only prolonged his life by a couple of months and he wanted to be a virus anyway, so they should've let him catch it for the full coronavirus experience, before he is reincarnated as Covid21.

 

RIP - Remain in Purgatory

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12 hours ago, BridgeBuilder said:

 

My god, I never paid too much attention to PP but the stuff he said just shows how unaccomplished person he was. Possibly worse than BG. I guess he couldn't give a toss what he said knowing that he is protected, can say what he liked and nobody would have said anything about it. JS must have welcomed him into the world and probably chatting about the good old days now.

 

 

He was a very funny man

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14 hours ago, Bee said:

I cant understand how many Brits still have such a servile attitude towards the royals. I've never understood it and never will.

 

I 've seen so many comments along the lines of 'everyone shook hands with Saville', 'Phillip didn't know' blah blah blah. What they seem to forget is that no one gets within a mile of a royal, particularly a senior royal without being fully vetted by secret services. For anyone to believe that Phillip (and Elizabeth) didn't know about Savile, Mountbatten, Rolf Harris, Andrews carry ons with Epstein etc is just plain ridiculous and laughable. Of course they knew and they still welcomed the likes of Savile in to the very heart of the family. Phillip asked Savile to mediate between Charles and Diana and Charles wanted Savile to be Prince Harrys godfather!

 

 

 

There is the rumour of course that Savile was the illegitimate son of George Mountbatten, which would make him Phil's first cousin.

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BROTHERS REUNITED 

Prince Harry and William will reunite to walk behind Prince Philip’s coffin.

 

And that's showbiz folks. 

 

"We had a big row, but his death brought us back together, not staged or nothing? oh no boss."

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12 hours ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

At least in 77, the pubs were open all hours and there was lots of good nosh to be had at the street parties. 1997 was collective navel gazing and grief for someone 99% of the population had never known.

 

 

I only have vague memories of 1977 as I was 4 at the time, but remember there being lots of jelly and ice cream. All fairly innocent stuff, even if the growing punk scene was a bit scary for young kids.

 

By 1997 I was in a bar when the Diana news came out. Most people didn't really care and carried on with their beer, but by morning the press had stirred things up.

 

 

 

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the level of mocking on this thread has surprised even me ,people can have their views though most of them seem to based on theories and assumptions about what the Royals get up to ,no real proof . If people  made the kind of claims they are making about Prince Philip about another other public figure they would probably be sued .Im wondering if some of the angry people here can give some examples of anyone they do actually respect or admire .

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I'm overwhelmed with grief over the death of a 99 year old Nazi supporter who befriended hardcore paedophiles and necrophiles and also probably jumped to the top of healthcare waiting lists literally dozens of times at the expense of others. Console me; my grief is palpable.

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