Ireland Royal Visit: Peace or Reoccupation

Kevin Boyle – No One To Vote For May 17, 2011

Superficially the visit of Queen Elizabeth to Ireland is a cause for celebration an all sides. It seems that irreversible peace has broken out between Ireland and its ancient enemy across the water.

This can only be good.

We can all celebrate the fact that IRA bombs no longer blow up English city centres.

However, if this is marking the breakout of peace why has this visit taken so long. The Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998, after all.

The last Royal visit, by George V, was in 1911 when Ireland was just another possession of ‘The Crown. Owners do, after all, like to take a look at their goods every now and again and, in the case of colonies, remind them who’s in charge.

We should, perhaps, remember that Her Majesty is a figurehead for a rather nebulous organisation that is called ‘The Crown’.

But who are ‘The Crown’?

Some say that ‘The Crown’ is the allegorical symbol and name for the familiar international financial oligarchy whose base is in the City of London. If this is the case, then the IMF is a mere instrument of this ‘Crown’.

The same IMF that now have taken control of the Irish economy.

Is Elizabeth’s visit a marking of a new occupation of Ireland by ‘The Crown’? This time not by force of arms but by the instrument of debt?

The old slavery was enforced at the point of a gun.

Techniques have become more sophisticated. The very same entity can now extract the same servitude and more, without using a single bullet.

But make no mistake.


The parasite is back in full control.

There is another interesting aspect to this that is worth a mention.

Henry Makow, a Jewish writer, says that The Jewish Conspiracy” is British Imperialism.

We might wonder why all the Royal Males get circumcised, as openly acknowledged by this Rabbi (and Mohel) and does this not support the claim we do not read about in the papers, that The Royals regard themselves as Merovingian Jews?


Teacher (physics/maths), would-be Christian, pro-community, anti-hierarchy.

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