Elizabeth Windsor

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Born21 April 1926
Mayfair, London, United Kingdom
Died8 September 2022 (Age 96)
ReligionChurch of England
SpousePrince Philip
Member ofChatham House/Governors, Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, The Pilgrims Society
InterestsOperation London Bridge
Longest reigning monarch during her reign, during her time she befriended VIPedophiles Jimmy Saville and protected Prince Andrew. In the 2000s remarked “there are powers at work in this country about which we have no knowledge”.

Elizabeth Windsor was Queen of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth Realms. Her death was announced on 8 September 2022, automatically transferring the head of the monarchy to Prince Charles.[1]

Official narrative

Explaining patriotism, the BBC published in 2014 that:

To love so indiscriminately is to love not at all, so instead we invest the idea of sovereignty - which in turn, is sort of idealisation of the national will - in an individual. In Britain this individual is the Queen - or rather, it is an idealisation of who she is, decoupled from the living, breathing, perspiring and micturating reality. This Queen is unfailingly wise, calm, pacific - a true mother of the nation. And if her government happens to do things that are at variance with her goodliness, that is only because their power is contingent upon an evanescent electoral mandate, while her shadow-power-play is founded upon time-out-of-mind heredity - and at least residually, upon the Lord's will. Naturally, patriotic Britons are reluctant to admit to all of this, preferring to be seen as modern and up-to-date, but if they examine their consciences carefully I think they will concede that a discrete love-of-country object is required for full patriotic attachment.[2]


Kevin Annett indicted Elizabeth Windsor on February 25, 2013 for perpetrating or concealing the Canadian genocide.


“As far as I could make out it was quite harmless. It was very quick, and I've had lots of letters from people who have been very surprised by how easy it was to get the vaccine. And the jab - it didn't hurt at all. I think the other thing is, that it is obviously difficult for people if they've never had a vaccine, but they ought to think about other people rather than themselves.”
Elizabeth Windsor (2021)  [3]

“There are powers at work in this country about which we have no knowledge”
Elizabeth Windsor (2002)  [4]


An appointment by Elizabeth Windsor

Richard CaseyAustralia/Governor-General7 May 196530 April 1969


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