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A Call for Abdication

A Call for Abdication

Article from 2013 from The Fighting Back Team, it is certain that since 2013 there are many more who have been honoured by the Queen that should be listed…. Update to follow soon.
The current reigning monarch has, for many years shown poor judgement at the very least both in her choices of cabinet/government and the honours list.

Scores of names from her time as Queen have since been named and shamed.

I hereby call for her immediate abdication on the grounds she is not mentally fit for duty as proven by her own actions.
I also call for the immediate abdication of the direct heir to the throne Charles due to his involvement whatever they claim to have been doing in such proximity to this vile wickedness, along with his wife and children.

if we Must have a royal, let the boy do it. I’m sure its 2nd nature for a toff to pronounce such a declaration as “Let the boy do it!”
who knows, maybe william wont have been diddled, maybe he will be repulsed by the very thought of it all, sickened at the mere mention of the possibility….. although lets not forget, dennis grain (ref: Greystone Heath) was a teacher at eton during william’ attendance there.
She has final say on every Minister that sits in Govt and has to agree and accept each change of Prime Minister. She Can choose to say….” No, fk orf, one doesn’t want that nonce c*nt running one’s Country!”
Below are just some of the many honours she has bestowed upon the guilty.

Former chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAST) Hayden Newton is set to be one of two people to receive the Queen’s Award for services to the ambulance service, which was introduced only eight months ago.

British Trade Union members working in the health care and the ambulance service have reacted with shock to Newton’s award as he “left the service with a poor record of reaching the government targets for response times and a worse one on industrial relations.”

Meanwhile, Investment banker Hector Sants, who was in charge of Britain’s banking watchdog at the time of the financial crash, is to be knighted for his “services to financial regulation.”

Read more  http://brynalynvictims.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/a-call-for-abdication.html

 

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