@KarenHudes  First Step in the clean up: Figuring out where we are

11 Jul

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First Step in the clean up: Figuring out where we are: 

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Last night I saw the movie, “The Audience”, based on Peter Morgan’s play about Queen Elizabeth II’s weekly conversations with fifty years’ worth of Prime Ministers. The play and movie assemble a dream team of Britain’s greatest talents, including Helen Mirren as an uncharacteristically emotional Queen. One commentator noted: “[T]he playwright seems to have set up Her Majesty to be a font of wisdom and beneficence, and then suffuses her with his own views, assuming they’re hers as well.”

Peter Morgan did such a good job with the screenplay for the 2006 movie “The Queen”, he was brought in on this next project, which another reviewer characterized as ” good British Palace PR and politics”. The play crossed Atlantic to mixed reviews for four months on Broadway which ended on June 28, 2015. Hilary and Bill Clinton joined the audience one evening in a show of solidarity for the Network of Global Corporate Control.

The script is so saccharine that it approaches the maudlin at times, including a broadcast in 1940 during the war by Elizabeth Teeter as the teenage Queen Elizabeth, a scene of Elizabeth on her knees in prayer on the day of her coronation, and two corgis that cross the stage a couple of times as the palace pooches. The pomp and circumstance failed to mesmerize American audiences, many of whom sensed that “the lady doth protest too much” and “something is rotten in the state of Denmark”.

At the conclusion of the eighteenth century, Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet, wrote: “O would some power the giftie gie us to see ourselves as others see us.”

In the previous month, the Committee of 300, which is headed by Queen Elizabeth II, http://www.henrymakow.com/committee_of_300.html has attempted unsuccessfully three times to steal the world’s gold and other wealth from the trust for the benefit of humanity that is administered by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

Ever since 1215, the English monarchy and the entire British Crown have belonged to the Pope: “Most who have commented on this charter only emphasize the payments due the Pope and the Roman Church. What should be emphasized is the fact that King John broke the terms of this charter by signing the Magna Carta on June 15, 1215. Remember; the penalty for breaking the 1213 agreement was the loss of the Crown (right to the kingdom) to the Pope and his Roman Church. It says so quite plainly. To formally and lawfully take the Crown from the royal monarchs of England by an act of declaration, on August 24, 1215, Pope Innocent III annulled the Magna Carta; later in the year, he placed an Interdict (prohibition) on the entire British empire. From that time until today, the English monarchy and the entire British Crown belonged to the Pope.”

The play and movie end with the Queen’s emphatic statement that she must draw the line somewhere. Yes, it is clear that there must be a line in the sand, but the days that it is up to royalty to draw this line for us have passed.

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