Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II formally welcomed Turkish President Abdullah Gül and his wife, Hayrünnisa, to London Monday at a ceremony that took place near Buckingham Palace

November 26, 2011

23 yıl sonra

Elizabeth Windsor says: Starting the day with an epic bacon sandwich of almost biblical proportions. One never reigns on an empty stomach.

( Before Gül and his wife arrived at the ceremony field near the palace, the Kingdom Squadron entered, accompanied by a band. The queen and her husband, Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, arrived at the field followed by a car carrying Gül and his wife, who arrived from White Hall Gate.
The two heads of state shook hands warmly as the hosts laid on the traditional ceremony pomp, which included a 41-gun royal salute and Gül’s inspection of the lines of Coldstream Guards in their grey greatcoats.
During the ceremony, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Foreign Secretary William Hague and Home Secretary Theresa May accompanied the queen. The United Kingdom hopes the visit will forge stronger ties with Turkey, a growing economic power and an increasingly important trade partner straddling Europe and the Middle East.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan and Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu are accompanying Gül during his visit. It marks the first official visit by a Turkish president to Britain in 23 years. The UK accepts a maximum of two state visits in one year; the year’s first visit was paid by United States President Barack Obama. Queen Elizabeth paid a visit to Turkey in 2008.
Gül was scheduled to meet Cameron and receive Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on Monday, and was also slated to attend a dinner hosted by the queen at Buckingham Palace later in the day.
On Tuesday, Gül delivered a foreign policy speech expected to broach the topic of Syria. Gül will also attend a state banquet and meet political leaders during his visit. Gül also met former British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Jack Straw on Nov. 21.

So Michael Gove has written a forewood to the Bible.  Ironic. As Defender of the Faith, one can assure you that God cannot stand Mr Gove.


British throne Don’t Ask Don’t Tell [UPDATED]

October 29, 2011
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

(bbc) On scrapping the ban on future monarchs marrying Roman Catholics, Mr Cameron said: “Let me be clear, the monarch must be in communion with the Church of England because he or she is the head of that Church. But it is simply wrong they should be denied the chance to marry a Catholic if they wish to do so. After all, they are already quite free to marry someone of any other faith.”

David Cameron: ”The idea a younger son should become monarch instead of an elder daughter simply because he’s a man… is at odds with the modern countries we have become'” The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols, said the elimination of the “unjust discrimination” against Catholics would be widely welcomed.
“At the same time I fully recognise the importance of the position of the established church [the Church of England] in protecting and fostering the role of faith in our society today,” he said.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond also welcomed the lifting of the ban but said it was “deeply disappointing” that Roman Catholics were still unable to ascend to the throne.
“It surely would have been possible to find a mechanism which would have protected the status of the Church of England without keeping in place an unjustifiable barrier on the grounds of religion in terms of the monarchy,” he said.
“It is a missed opportunity not to ensure equality of all faiths when it comes to the issue of who can be head of state.”
In her opening speech to the summit, the Queen did not directly mention the royal succession laws, but said women should have a greater role in society.
“It encourages us to find ways to show girls and women to play their full part,” she said.

Retards… <—I like being politically incorrect.
Notice they don’t mention anything other then Catholics.

FIONA: They didn’t mention anyone other than Roman Catholics because the Act of Settlement 1701 only prohibited the monarch, heir apparent or heir presumptive from marrying a Roman Catholic and still remaining in the line of succession. The heirs could still marry an RC, but they would no longer be in the line of succession. Theoretically, any heir could marry a Jew (or any other faith) and still be in the line of succession. However, the monarch must *be in communion” with the Church of England as the monarch of the head of the Church (like the Roman Pope is head of the RCs), so if a male monarch married a Jewish woman, that child would presumably need to convert to Anglicanism and hence become an Jewish apostate. This is no way a certainty however as it had never been tested.

Ok… I guess I just didn’t care before about these people… all I can say is I wonder why the world doesn’t bitch about the British being a Christian state officially and then turn around and make such a stink about Israel.

Obama’s Toast to Queen Turns Awkward

May 26, 2011

…Queen Elizabeth II… Found here, May 25th via

Only SCUM would watch this. Jews should boycott the wedding

April 29, 2011

U.K. Product Boycott:

Pathetic that the Israelis care about the British Royal family. The British Royal family certainly does not care for Israel and the Queen (Piss Be Upon Her) has never made a visit to Israel, while she has found time to visit just about every third world totalitarian oil based regime in the middle east. It is not a coincidence that Prince Charles really sees Islam as a “Religion of Peace” and not the religion of genocide. image via

Pope Benedict XVI celebrates 84th birthday

April 17, 2011
What else will the Pope
Change His Mind About?

Pope Says:
Condoms OK in Some Cases.

March 2: Pope Benedict XVI delivers his blessing during a general audience in the Pope Paul VI hall at the Vatican.

Holocaust Enabling in
Catholic Church Continues.
Pope needs to take a que
from Goldstone

Mia Funk
Pope_Benedict_XVI is spending his 84th birthday working, making
appointments and receiving aides while well-wishers including… Britain’s
Queen Elizabeth II have sent their greetings. via and image
via Exhibition Shows the Queen as She’s Never Been Seen

she could have sympathies for Palestinians, but then she might eat them

November 13, 2010

Stacey Solomon is off to the jungle.
A participant in the “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!” program.

Stacey is Jewish, a single mother. Her home is in Dagenham, where she lives with her divorced mother and her son, Zachary. Her parents’ marriage broke up when she was seven. She has an elder sister and a younger brother. At 17, while at college, Stacey unexpectedly became pregnant by her long-term boyfriend Dean Cox and gave birth.

Her family arrived in Britain from Eastern Europe almost a century ago. Her late grandmother Matilda Solomon was a widow who raised her children alone, as did her widowed mother before her.

She attended the King Solomon High School in Ilford, Essex, but left at the age of 16 in the summer of 2005.

And now, after making some £100,000 away since her participation on the The X Factor show, she may be eating cockroaches.
Is that a nice way for a Jewish to spend her time in the jungle?

Prince Charles Is Strange. New Zealand rejects the Queen

August 29, 2010

Prince Charles Is Strange and Prince Philip a Radio Star Claims NZ Politician
THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: A former deputy prime minister of New Zealand has reignited the country’s republican movement by demanding an end to the monarchy on the death of The Queen and castigating The Prince of Wales as “strange”.
In addition to mocking the Prince of Wales views, Michael Cullen, who was deputy Prime Minister in Helen Clark’s Labour government, accused the Duke of Edinburgh of being “insensitive and prejudiced”.
The comments are contained in a speech that Mr Cullen, who stepped down from parliament when Labour lost power in 2008, is expected to deliver to an influential conference reviewing the country’s constitution in Wellington, the capital, later this week.
The London-born politician will tell the Institute of Policy Studies think-thank conference that New Zealand should set in place legislation enabling it to abandon the monarchy when the Queen dies.
The Herald on Sunday newspaper reported that Dr Cullen’s speech notes, in which he says The Prince of Wales and his father the Duke of Edinburgh “evince some strange characteristics”.
He goes on: “But talking to plants and extremely conservative views on architecture are scarcely confined to Prince Charles.
“As for the old Duke, his insensitivity and prejudices would in our nation make him highly suitable material for a breakfast television or talkback radio host.”
The reference is to a breakfast presenter on New Zealand television who is notorious for making controversial comments.
Although the issue of a republic has been raised in the past, with both Ms Clark and John Key, the current Prime Minister, describing it as “inevitable”, Dr Cullen’s speech will be the first to contain such personal remarks about members of the royal family.
Dr Cullen said criteria for appointing a head of state which include preferment of male heirs and Anglicans are inconsistent with modern New Zealand values. >>> Paul Chapman in Wellington | Sunday, August 29, 2010