British Monarchy & Queen Elizabeth

The monarchy of the United Kingdom (commonly referred to as the British monarchy) is the constitutional monarchy of the United Kingdom and its overseas territories. Elizabeth Ii (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; born 21 April 1926) is the constitutional monarch of 16 sovereign states known as the Commonwealth realms, and head of the 54-member Commonwealth of Nations. 4.0/5

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On the occasion of the New Year 2014, many public figures were honoured by Queen Elizabeth who awarded them the Order of Merit. The order was founded in 1902 by King Edward VII. Anisa Essam Hassouna, the CEO of the Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation, announced that the award is in appreciation of all of Yacoub’s contributions and accomplishments in surgery and heart transplants. On receiving the award Yacoub has become one of the 24 members of the order. Yacoub, who also holds the British nationality, is the first Egyptian to receive the award. Yacoub was honoured before in 2007 and was given the title “sir” by the queen in 1991. He is listed in the Guinness World Record for doing 100 heart surgeries in one year in 1980. In 2011, he was honoured for his work in Egypt when he was awarded the Nile Collar for science and humanity. According to the website of the British Monarchy, “the Order of Merit is a special honour awarded to individuals of great achievement in the fields of the arts, learning, litera ...
OMG ... I had one of these 7 March 1954 - The "Sydney Morning Herald" reports a new craze of flattening pennies under the Royal Train of Queen Elizabeth Ii Still fiercely patriotic towards the British Monarchy, Australia received the new Queen with enthusiasm. On 7 March 1954, Australian newspaper, the Sydney Morning Herald, reported a new craze which had developed amongst Australians. Many of them had taken to placing pennies on the tracks ahead of the train on which Queen Elizabeth and her entourage were travelling. The sole purpose of this activity was to have the Queen's royal carriage flatten the coins, creating a unique souvenir of her visit.
After Pope falls, British Monarchy under severe attack, global turbulence increases Posted by Benjamin Fulford February 19, 2013 The resignations of Pope Malevolent and Queen Beatrix have now put the British Monarchy under severe attack with allegations of incest, human sacrifice and cuckoo bird like substitutions of genuine monarchs with non-genetically linked intruders. It is not clear yet if these allegations are true or are merely part of a psychological warfare campaign aimed at forcing the resignation of Queen Elizabeth along with Princes Charles and William. The detailed allegations can be seen at the following two links: source says the articles above are disinformation related to ongoing attempts to seize massive wealth controlled by the UK royal family. What is clear is that heavy infighting is going on at the top. There are many seemingly unrelated events, notably meteorite falls and disease outbreaks, that may in fact be signs of cabal infighting. During the last week meteorites (rocks that ac ...
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth Ii is hiring a Housekeeping Assistant to work in the Royal Household. Applications open to the public. NO KIDDING! Check out the British Monarchy website for more info.
Calls for the end of the British Monarchy are ringing out again this morning after Queen Elizabeth’s drunken punk of a grandson, Prince Harry, managed to get himself
Regardless of how one may feel about the British Monarchy, watching the ceremony of the Queen's 60th Jubilee is a reminder of the British long history. Queen Elizabeth at 86 still attends 300 events a year, reads her daily briefs and meets weekly with the Prime Minister. Her husband, 92, also attends all events. If nothing else, one must surely admire the hard work and unwavering dedication of the Queen. But, the question remains...will the British monarch still be relevant after Queen Elizabeth?
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