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Queen Elizabeth II NOT the rightful heir to the Throne of England


Queen Elizabeth II NOT the rightful heir to the Throne of England

This article is about things that very few people know about the royal families of Europe: how all of these countries we have learned to never consider as factors on the geopolitical chessboard, are still ruled by monarchies who for centuries have inter-bred with the other European “nobility,” passing down power from generation to generation.

The purpose of this article is to point out the fact that power tends to be passed down, and that conflicts rooted back a couple thousand years are actually the norm on Planet Earth.

First, let’s start with the story of Mike Hastings. He was the topic of a 2004 documentary filmed by British mainstream channel four, which concluded that he was the rightful heir to the throne of the UK, not Queen Elizabeth.

That’s because in the 15th Century, the ancestors of Mike Hastings were cheated out of the crown to Britain.

On June 30, 2012 he died in Australia and was buried in Jerilderie, New South Wales, about 465 miles southwest of Sydney. This Australian man should have been the King of Britain.

The House of York was the ancestral lineage this man had, and he was a descendant of the family who went through a dynastic struggle with the House of Lancaster. This power struggle was historically referred to as the Wars of the Roses, and it was famous enough to be depicted by William Shakespeare.

The evidence cited by this documentary may be debatable however, because Michael Jones, the historian behind the British documentary cited the evidence as being documents located in the Rouen Cathedral in France, that seem to indicate King Edward IV, ruling from 1461 to 1483, was an illegitimate child.

This person’s theory is that it was some English archer who fathered the king most likely, as the alleged father of the king, Richard of York, was busy fighting at Pontoise, battling the French while his mother Cecily was far away possibly having an affair.

So if this were true, the crown should have instead been passed onto George, the younger brother of Edward, the duke of Clarence: he was a direct ancestor to Hastings.

But why the hell does any of this matter? Is any one of these people qualified to rule over others just because they are a part of some bloodline?

We’re dealing with the residual effects of government, monarchy, feudalism here in 2018, so allow me to speed up the process of throwing away this self hating, docile ideology for a philosophy of real freedom. No inherent superiority can be found in any of these royal families, but their disturbing, cult-like will to rule over others is not something that can simply be forgotten, dismissed as no longer relevant to government and forgotten about.

No, if you try to ignore the “royal families” of Europe and pretend they don’t still hold power, they will continue to hold power.

What most people don’t know is, the most “peaceful” countries on Earth, the ones we never hear about, are really the ones that are still under the control of the European royal families.

In mainstream documentaries they seem to exaggerate the differences between different royal “houses,” and the narrative detracts from recognizing the similarities between these “houses.”

Let’s make one cursory observation about the royal families of Europe, all houses, all kingdoms: can anybody explain why they always wear 8 pointed stars or Templar Crosses on their clothing? Recognize these symbols?

That’s one simple thing that should indicate to any person with their eyes open, that something ties these families together that goes deeper than houses, and kingdoms.

The royal families of England, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Italy, Spain, and other countries have all been inter-breeding for centuries, and to this very day, the Kings and Queens of these countries that are still quietly Monarchies, are father to son, mother to daughter, literal grandchildren of the former barons of Europe.

One by one, now we’re going to break down some royal families of Europe as they exist today.

Did you know Sweden was still a monarchy? They claim to be neutral, independent from NATO, yet they still attacked Libya on command and we know damn well they would follow suit and attack Syria or Iran if the West were to ask them to.

Maybe that’s because the Western powers actually do consider the King of Sweden to be a factor, because he was born into that position.

Carl XVI Gustaf has been the King of Sweden for almost 45 years, since 1973.

The West talks about countries being dictatorships due to the length of time they have been ruled, like Putin in Russia or formerly Gaddafi in Libya, but make no mistake: Sweden’s armed forces are controlled by this man who is descended from royalty, not by their supposedly democratic system that masks the monarchy.

Also, the King of Sweden is by default the leader of a Freemasonic secret order known as the Order of Charles XIII.

The modern day King of Norway, Harald V, is a grandson of Queen Victoria of England. Norway is controlled by the exact same family that controls Britain today.

And people wonder why the quiet, Nordic country is quick to strike when the rest of their family says so, in Libya, and at some point in the future, they will probably follow orders to strike Syria with the rest of the coalition.

One more European royal family to examine in this article: the ruling family that controls Denmark.

The modern day ruler of Denmark is Queen Margrethe II. People wonder why Denmark is notorious for the worst taxes on Earth, sometimes hovering around a 50% tax rate on the income of all citizens, but I think I know why it’s like that.

This queen is the Commander in Chief of the Danish Defense, and struck Libya upon the command of her other allies and family members in 2011 like the rest of them.

She is the descendant of King Christian I of Denmark, who also ruled Norway and Sweden in the 1400’s.

For almost 600 years, this exact same family has ruled Denmark, and this family is tied to the former Roman Empire, the nobility of nearly all Nordic countries, and a royal house of Germany.

Make no mistake: these royal families around today really do belong to some kind of power clique, and the truth about power is that it is passed down for hundreds upon hundreds of years. Power doesn’t vanish or fade away. And if you think these people who like symbols are good at preserving their power, imagine how well the wealthiest families in modern history are at preserving it.

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Mark Radcliff is a researcher and writer from New York. His topics of interest include mapping out the world's nefarious powers and entities, DARPA, technocracy, and others.

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