‘We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,’ say Greens

Introduction — Jan 25, 2015

Buckingham Palace. Click to enlarge

Buckingham Palace. Click to enlarge

The Royal House of Windsor are parasitical plutocrats and Britain would be far better off without them. However, that’s not going to happen any time soon and the Green Party statement reveals how fundamentally naive they are.
It also reveals a profound ignorance about the real nature of modern political power; much of which is tied to material wealth. Not only does money buy airtime and influence, it is intimately connected with the modern political process: as personified by the likes of media baron Rupert Murdoch.
Readers will recall how political leaders from a variety of persuasions have sought Murdoch’s approval. It’s also no coincidence that politicians as diverse as Scottish Nationalist leader Alex Salmond and Tony Blair are in his thrall.
In the modern world money and political power go hand-in-hand.
One of the world’s richest is Queen Elizabeth II. Conservative estimates put her personnel wealth at US$550 million, although her net worth is probably considerably more, especially as she also happens to be the largest landowner on the planet.
The value of her land holding, £17,600,000,000,000, makes her the world richest by far.
Make no mistake: Queen Elizabeth and the Royal House of Windsor are up there alongside the Rothschilds in terms of sheer wealth.
As with the Rothschilds, the royalist spin doctors have also deliberately played down Queen Elizabeth’s wealth, in part one suspects because Britons help support the House of Windsor through tax. Let me repeat that for emphasis: Britons pay tax to support the world’s richest monarch.
Royalist spin doctors have also deliberately played down the power Queen Elizabeth has over Britain’s security services, whose agents are expected to swear an oath of allegiance to serve the Queen. Note that’s not the government of the day or even the country they swear allegiance to but the Queen. Which may also explain long-standing reports of the involvement of Briton’s security services in the death of Princess Diana, after she had separated from Prince Charles and become popular and a potential rival to the House of Windsor.
So the Green Party plan to evict Queen Elizabeth from Buckingham Palace and move her to a lowly council house? Their stated intention only reveals how abysmally ignorant they are about the real nature of power.
The Green’s are only tolerated as a token opposition. They help create the illusion of political freedom. And you can be sure that should they become genuine contenders for power covert operations would go in to action to ensure that either their leader was defamed and replaced. Or alternatively removed, by an “accident” (like the “accident” that removed Diana). Ed.

‘We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,’ say Greens

Lamiat Sabin — The Independent 24, 2014

Queen Elizabeth II would be evicted from Buckingham Palace and moved into a council house in plans to abolish the monarchy and build more social housing, as suggested by the Greens leader.

The party would move the royal family out of the 775-room mega-mansion, complete with tennis court, lake and heli-pad amid 40 acres of land nestled in the leafy St James’ Park area of Westminster.

However there are no plans that Her Majesty and Prince Philip would be turfed out in the cold, like the estimated 2,500 people sleeping rough in England alone, as Green leader Natalie Bennett said she was “sure we can find a council house for her”.

This would mean, under the Greens’ suggestions, that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and the unborn baby would also be served an eviction notice from Kensington Palace and would have to shell out for private rent, buy their own house or join the chronically over-subscribed social housing register.

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