Thursday, October 15, 2009

A Royal Confusion


America's quiet nation on the northern border, Canada, has long been a striking point for British self-interests in North America for as long as the continent has been explored . Last week, there was some confusion about the role of Canada's administrators as it relates to Canada's sovereignty. First, it is important to realize that Canada has no sovereignty. Queen Elizabeth II of England is Canada's head of state.

On October 5, Gov. Gen. Michaelle Jean gave a speech in which she referred to herself as head of state twice. On the Governor General's website there exists numerous references to herself as the head of state for Canada. The discrepancy was cleared up recently by an "extraordinary reminder from the Prime Minister's Office to Rideau Hall." So, sorry, Canada, if you thought you were sovereign, you are most definitely not.

Great Britain has played a coy game with their monarch and her power, never actually repealing royal power. Rumors have been perpetuated that insinuate that the queen is merely a figurehead and retains no actual political power. Obviously this claim is false. Otherwise the law, oath, or treaty would have been repealed.

There is no doubt many Canadians wish to distance themselves from the in-debt monarchy, now generations removed from the founding of the Canadian mainland. Citizens from Quebec were angered about a scheduled visit from Prince Charles next month. They really have no cause to be. His power is enumerated in their Constitution.

The Windsors in England aren't the only so-called royals under fire for being "special." The Dutch royals are also under fire for over stepping their bounds, considerably to say the least. They have survived for so long, sucking the wealth out of the country they infest, that they have no gauge of reality, and won't know they were wrong until the eyelids of their lopped off heads stop fluttering. Because of the worldwide recession, everyone in the Netherlands will be forced to take a salary cut. The recession will hardly hit the royals. Queen Beatrix will not be taking a pay cut. Princess Christina was discovered earlier this year to be running a tax evasion on the Channel Islands using her mother's address in The Hague. Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife Maxima were involved in a real estate scheme in Mozambique. The plan for a posh hotel caused furor in the poverty-stricken country and the army had to be called in after a shootout between locals and workers.

Writer Jurriaan Maessen of InfoWars points out the real reason people should be totally fed-up with these royal shenanigans. " History reveals it is mostly by blood that the genealogy of power is secured throughout the ages. And all those unrelated to the head snakes, have been royally approved to do evil in their name. A cast of sociopaths commanding a tribe of psychopaths."

What is needed for Americans and all sovereign nations for that matter, is a reaffirmation of their sovereignty. Here in America, the more local the sovereignty, the better. Patriots everywhere need to take control of their own communities and states need to utilize the Tenth Amendment. The age-old way of "kicking up" tribute has run its course. Their time is over. They have tried to subjugate humanity forever but that ploy has failed.

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