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11 hours ago, Observations said:

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What a strange picture of Charles at Royal Ascot, just after his horse won.

I've only just seen the Chris Whitty column, I didn't get to see / hear his part in the 'inquiry' today. 

 

He's crying because dear mama's horse won Ascot, while the rest of us are crying for lost explorers, or drowned migrants, or more dead Palestinians.

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On 6/23/2023 at 12:28 PM, Velma said:

 

He's crying because dear mama's horse won Ascot, while the rest of us are crying for lost explorers, or drowned migrants, or more dead Palestinians.

The late Queen always seemed to be almost emotionless, apart from when she won horse races.

 

Some claim she was emotional after the 9/11 attacks, but that was a coincidence as her *very* good friend Lord Caernavon also died around that date. 

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I wonder 🤔 Why this guy ?

 

 A big step up for Tall Paul as King makes him the Keeper of the Queen's Secrets: Charles gives his mother's VERY distinctive-looking courtier the gargantuan task of sorting through her private diaries and letters

 

Her reign was defined by discretion. Always keeping her own counsel, the late Queen rarely let any hint of her own feelings emerge into the public realm. Yet she also kept a handwritten diary, part of a treasure trove of documents at Windsor Castle that could - if ever it were made public - offer a compelling insight into a woman who was uniquely placed at the forefront of world events for seven decades. What secrets may be contained within them? Soon, some of these incredible documents may be released into the national archives while others, deemed too sensitive or too personal, will remain confidential, under the tight control of the King. Choosing which papers are private is a job that requires the utmost discretion, given that they may contain the late Queen's innermost thoughts. Which is why the King has entrusted the task not to a team of expert historians, but to a retired footman known in Palace corridors as 'Tall Paul' (left).

 

Why 'Tall Paul' is the only aide the King trusts to sort through his mother's private

 

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14 hours ago, alexa said:

Choosing which papers are private is a job that requires the utmost discretion, given that they may contain the late Queen's innermost thoughts. Which is why the King has entrusted the task not to a team of expert historians, but to a retired footman known in Palace corridors as 'Tall Paul' (left).

Second cousin to Henri Paul, known in the Palace as 'pissed Paul.'

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On 7/1/2023 at 12:37 AM, Grumpy Grapes said:

It's fake wokeness, though. 

 

Yes, "wokeness" is for the masses, for divide and rule purposes, not for the few. If the royals were properly woke they wouldn't agree with all the inequality hard wired into the aristocracy. 

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On 6/22/2023 at 1:11 PM, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Now King Charles (to whom we all must swear fealty) is getting in on the Windrush gig. He commissioned portraits of people of that generation. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2023/jun/22/king-charles-honours-immeasurable-impact-of-windrush-generation

 

 

 

I must of missed the forced fealty ceremony in my town......

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On 6/22/2023 at 1:11 PM, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Now King Charles (to whom we all must swear fealty) is getting in on the Windrush gig. He commissioned portraits of people of that generation. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2023/jun/22/king-charles-honours-immeasurable-impact-of-windrush-generation

 

Having heard some of the horror stories on the radio on the Windrush scandal I couldn't help but think that he wasn't aware enough to 'influence' that, or attempt to defend them in any way that he was able. It almost feels to me as if he might mean 'immeasurable' in terms of chaos 😉 In terms of using people to further an agenda. 

 

On another note ... certain countrie's people are given respect and attention which I do not begrudge as such, but can't help but notice that I don't hear much about say the Irish, italians, Greeks, Turks etc etc, who have helped to develop trades and industries here ... engineering, catering, tailoring etc.  

 

As usual much about the world is ignored when it suits. 

 

Also I know that Greeks experienced what would be labelled as 'racism', or hostility, for instance in schools, ( I don't actually believe in 'racism', as it's a type of political agenda and a completely inhuman measure, that simply breeds weakness, division and resentment ... this constant focus on black / white is absolutely pathetic ... anyone who supports it has been hypnotised to the many other directions the world could take. It denies the opportunity to focus on warmth, love and human togetherness. 

 

THEY cannot focus on the real good in the world as it wouldn't work in their favour. 

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The Royal brand has been used to promote racism, mental health, and new terms like 'my truth'. Oh and what was that other one? Oh bloody hell the training isn't working ... oh yes it's unconscious bias 😆 The whole Harry episode is just one long marketing campaign that will probably end up with a chapter on the return of the prodigal son. That can be another long marketing campaign when the time is right. 

 

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On 6/29/2023 at 12:17 PM, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

How "green" is the Rpyal Family? Not very according to a 2020-2022 study. Charles talks a good game but he really can't hide his hypocrisy.  The figures speak for themselves.

 

https://www.theecoexperts.co.uk/blog/royal-family-carbon-footprint

 

One of my favourite examples is when Elton John said he had offset Harry's carbon footprint and at the time I thought this is a bit too early for this ...before Brexit and Covid broke the memories and habits of the people. We knew didn't we that it would be pushed in the future onto the main stage, but I was never capable of picturing how that would actually feel, well not until the 24/7 of covid when I realised what good training it was for behaviour change to save others, and so on. Now today it is so tiresome hearing climate crisis, and all the buzz words. It's so negative, controlling and draining.

 

I can understand how prayer, meditation, focus on other words, and on the things that spread satisfaction, and genuine creativity, must help to balance the bombardment and hypocrisy. 

 

I should listen to myself. 😉 When will I ever learn !? 😃 

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On 6/29/2023 at 12:17 PM, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

How "green" is the Rpyal Family? Not very according to a 2020-2022 study. Charles talks a good game but he really can't hide his hypocrisy.  The figures speak for themselves.

 

https://www.theecoexperts.co.uk/blog/royal-family-carbon-footprint

 

 

I've always said that he can't be green whilst being Monarch. 

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The royals love the glamourous lifestyle, all paid for by the taxpayer or debt slave. Here they go:

 

The “Travolta Dress” was one of Diana’s most gowns. She wore it at the White House in 1985, where she met John Travolta, it only cost you only £347,000. Please tell me, When was the last time you spent £347,000 on a single piece of clothing

 

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Liz's wedding dress when she married paedo phil, was made of finest ivory Chinese silk. It had a tailored bodice, high neckline, and short train. The silkworms that made the dress’ Chinese silk were bought from Nationalist China directly and raised in the UK. It cost you £37,000 in old money, probably ten times that nowadays. Please tell me, when was he last time you spent £370,000 on a single piece of clothing.

 

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Diana's headband was a diamond and emerald choker made by Garrard in the 1920s after being commissioned by Queen Mary

Like with all the Royal Jewels, Princess Diana’s choker wasn’t exactly something you could buy at Macy’s. Her choker/headband was made of Cambridge emeralds, which dated back to the early 1800s and cost you £100,000. Please tell me, when was he last time you spent £100,000 on a headband

 

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The ever smiling Lizard LIz in her color-block suit made by Stewart Parvin is very expensive and very exclusive. The Royal couturier also made Zara Phillips bridal gown. A coat from this luxe couturier costs anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 (the prices aren’t even listed on his own website—that’s how you know he’s expensive). This little number cost you £10,000

 

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George here on 'Arry and Megas wedding day. The cost of his black suit to you: £20,246

 

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The ever-smiling royals in their latest tiara, it cost you a cool £1 million

 

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The queen and her new dress, the cost to you : £39Million

 

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Liz gets really mind-numbingly bored and pops off to the shops to buy yet another headpiece to kill a few hours, the cost to you £10 Million

 

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Diana in her little black dress, the cost to you just £75,000

 

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1 hour ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Do you do a discount for bulk purchases? And if I pay in cash? I'll fetch the suitcase from the van....

 

Either that or bop the taxpayer over the head and take what little he has left, it's only those commoners, common as muck - fuck 'em ( Royal Quote )

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On 7/19/2023 at 9:33 AM, jack121 said:

The royals love the glamourous lifestyle, all paid for by the taxpayer or debt slave. Here they go:

 

The “Travolta Dress” was one of Diana’s most gowns. She wore it at the White House in 1985, where she met John Travolta, it only cost you only £347,000. Please tell me, When was the last time you spent £347,000 on a single piece of clothing

 

adiana.jpg.bf8cabc4a94bbb6e45695148919d0a2a.jpg

 

Liz's wedding dress when she married paedo phil, was made of finest ivory Chinese silk. It had a tailored bodice, high neckline, and short train. The silkworms that made the dress’ Chinese silk were bought from Nationalist China directly and raised in the UK. It cost you £37,000 in old money, probably ten times that nowadays. Please tell me, when was he last time you spent £370,000 on a single piece of clothing.

 

adiana.jpg.c9334510f0499330da0a543533c41c24.jpg

 

Diana's headband was a diamond and emerald choker made by Garrard in the 1920s after being commissioned by Queen Mary

Like with all the Royal Jewels, Princess Diana’s choker wasn’t exactly something you could buy at Macy’s. Her choker/headband was made of Cambridge emeralds, which dated back to the early 1800s and cost you £100,000. Please tell me, when was he last time you spent £100,000 on a headband

 

adiana.jpg.4fc69abef0b80adbbaf3cc8696f3da92.jpg

 

 

 

The ever smiling Lizard LIz in her color-block suit made by Stewart Parvin is very expensive and very exclusive. The Royal couturier also made Zara Phillips bridal gown. A coat from this luxe couturier costs anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 (the prices aren’t even listed on his own website—that’s how you know he’s expensive). This little number cost you £10,000

 

adiana.jpg.1b239763818c8e264d5968b968559341.jpg

 

George here on 'Arry and Megas wedding day. The cost of his black suit to you: £20,246

 

adiana.jpg.7048ca03a09244db117d15ae85429631.jpg

 

The ever-smiling royals in their latest tiara, it cost you a cool £1 million

 

adiana.jpg.389d2b1ee0427d110d66dc4db88935fa.jpg

 

The queen and her new dress, the cost to you : £39Million

 

adiana.jpg.2cd93cd95659095458ecf8d86fbd0e8a.jpg

 

Liz gets really mind-numbingly bored and pops off to the shops to buy yet another headpiece to kill a few hours, the cost to you £10 Million

 

adiana.jpg.d3068f8556fb0dd5a38e15f0501417f9.jpg

 

Diana in her little black dress, the cost to you just £75,000

 

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Cam you prove with evidence your claims about Prince Phillip? 

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Meghan and Harry have had a massive succession of disasters. Without the prestige of a royal title and millions of bowing british sheep, Arry an Mega have had to solely rely on their looks, talent and skills to forward their careers

The Sussexes are stinging, because they are labelled by the american public as boring and the pair were were described as scroungers  by spotify bosses, after the streaming platform pulled the plug on Meghan’s £15million podcast deal.

After interviews, deals, podcasts, hours of painful TV, hundreds of pages and a few magazine cover stories, the Sussexes have The stench of death, like a sort of entertainment industry BO after a three-months of total disasters.

Their paying gigs, with Spotify and netflix have gone, which leaves them with just Penguin Random House.

 Given Mega can buy or access any and every designer on the planet, as everything she buys is paid for by the taxpayer, she looks a mess and is described as ugly and uninspiring by tv viewers.

Meanwhile charlie boy has been praised for his decision to snub Arry and Mega from an event marking the one-year anniversary of the Queen’s death.

Here's charlie walking around, which is all the royals do, then send you bills for £billions to pay for their castles, mansions, champagne, caviar and luxurious expensive holidays - easy money - stupid sheep:

 

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The Sussexes said they were going to fly first class in private jets, at taxpayer's expense, to be at the Invictus Games at the same time.

GB News said: the monarch has shown backbone with his stance.

“He’s said, ‘you’re not going to disrespect our family, this is a private time, we’re going to mark one of the greatest monarchy in history without you’.

 

Meanwhile Arry and Mega, all part of the racist royals, who inflicted countless suffering through the slave trade, and the centuries of draconian british royal rule, are strangely pictured below, at every possible career forwarding photo op they can possible attend. Here they are at the robery kennedy human rights rally, strange place for paedos to be

 

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