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Let this  be devoted to Announcements about  Royal and Noble Engagements and Marriages  and Special Celebrations like Anniversaries of Weddings and Birthdays.We want to know especially about Royal Birthdays each month so we can send some Cards to them.As true Monarchists we should send emails and Cards and Letters to all members of Royal Families Reigning and non-Reigning.We have to be active and prove our love for the Royals through acts and not just talking about them..now from the French Magazine Point de Vue:Week 30 Oct.-6 Nov.07.Victoria de Swede and Daniel Westing,Mariage en 2008? A Ministerial Memorundum has started rumors of coming Royal Engagements...I am very sure we are soon to hear official Announcements of Engagements of Crown Princess Victoria with her long time "beau" Daniel with whom she is in a relationship for 6 years now.She celebrated her 30th Birthday in July.If you fing any pics post them so we can see them.They are a very matching couple really in love...Dr.Otto von Habsburg's Birthday is coming on the 20th November and I hope TheEmperors Advocate and The Royalist and Royalcello and all those who love the Habsburgs send him a nice Birthday Card to make him Happy.He is going to be 95  and you can see him and hear him talk in some Videos that someone posted on YouTube.We should be active Monarchists and making comments in favor of the Royals whenever we see a chance to post something in their defence."An idle Monarchist is an active Republican!" That is Cornelius's call for Action for Monarchists on this Forum. 

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Along the same lines, another way for monarchists to show their support is to submit a congratulatory message for the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's upcoming [20 November] 60th (Diamond) Wedding Anniversary at the official royal website: http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page6104.asp

Our own AndrewAussie's message is posted there already as an example!

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I just mailed my Album of pics to the Queen today and to Prince Philip.and I wished them a Happy and Joyful 60th Anniversary.In such special ocassions the Queen likes to get as many as possible various Cards or Letters or some pics.

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I think the Queen likes lots of emails but she would like even more something special to see and read something more personal.So guys find the nicest Card and put in the nicest wishes and be imaginative! Spend some money for your Royals to show your great love!

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On   November 14 is the Birthday of the Prince of Wales Prince Charles.I think he would like to get a Birthday Card from his supporters in Canada and U.S.A..Here is his mailing address:CLARENCE HOUSE  LONDON  SW1A 1BA  UNITED KINGDOM. and the Queen's mailing address is BUCKINGHAM PALACE  LONDON SW1A 1AA UNITED KINGDOM.
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I wish a very happy 80th birthday to His Majesty the King of Thailand! Buddha [or something or other divine Asian thingy] save the Thai monarchy!


Oh, and I humbly wish a [very] belated 95th birthday to Otto von Habsburg, de jure Emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Sorry I'm late! TEA, plz come back to the forum, we miss you!

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Happy B'Day to His Majesty the King of Thailand.

God Save the King !

(I dare not ask the blessings of those I do not worship. so the requests to the 'Asian Thingy are well made by others.)


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Many happy returns to His Majesty. Christ was technically an Asian thingy... I am happy to note from another thread (Congress of Vienna) that KYM's plea has been answered in the affirmative.

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King Bhumibol is the name! Many happy returns of the day Your Majesty! Let's see some nice pics of Him in the Forum! Where is Royalcello to post some nice one as he always does?God save the Longest Reigning King of the World I think!
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Many happy returns to His Majesty. Christ was technically an Asian thingy... I am happy to note from another thread (Congress of Vienna) that KYM's plea has been answered in the affirmative.



Yes the Son Incarnate was resident of the Roman Occupied Israel, (usually considered middle eastern rather than Asian....) but as He is also the Son Eternal, He is a bit more Universal.

And I was actually trying (poorly it now appears) to make the point that I appeal to MY God to Save the King of Thailand even though he doesn't worship Him.  I don't leave the protection of Kings to the Gods they serve.   Sorry I flubbed that....


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I was only trying to raise a smile, hopefully without showing disrespect. The Middle East isn't a continent, though, it's a region, mostly in Asia although Egypt is generally considered part of it. Israel is geographically in Asia, though for football (soccer) purposes it's in Europe, I imagine because away matches would be tricky if it were to play in its own region.

I was having an argument with someone on another forum about colonial history in the Middle East, he was blaming European colonialism for all its woes. I pointed out that European colonial history there was actually rather brief, and he countered by citing Algeria. Excuse me, Algeria is west of Italy, is Italy in the Middle East? But there is no official definition of the term, just a commonly understood one, so disagreements on it are always possible.

More than once I've had arguments about where the boundary of Asia lies, in the context of Georgia. I rather like the romance of thinking of Georgia and Armenia as the Christian kingdoms of Asia, and I think the consensus view would be that that is where they are.
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I was only trying to raise a smile, hopefully without showing disrespect. The Middle East isn't a continent, though, it's a region, mostly in Asia although Egypt is generally considered part of it. Israel is geographically in Asia, though for football (soccer) purposes it's in Europe, I imagine because away matches would be tricky if it were to play in its own region.

Tricky indeed.....
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I was having an argument with someone on another forum about colonial history in the Middle East, he was blaming European colonialism for all its woes. I pointed out that European colonial history there was actually rather brief, and he countered by citing Algeria. Excuse me, Algeria is west of Italy, is Italy in the Middle East? But there is no official definition of the term, just a commonly understood one, so disagreements on it are always possible.

Algeria is in the 'Muslim' world.  Perhaps that's the definition he uses.... (I've seen that basic idea crop up before, - that all the 'Muslim Lands' are 'Middle Eastern'.)

I think of it as:

But Apparently the EU sees it as:


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More than once I've had arguments about where the boundary of Asia lies, in the context of Georgia. I rather like the romance of thinking of Georgia and Armenia as the Christian kingdoms of Asia, and I think the consensus view would be that that is where they are.

The Straights of Turkey, the Back Sea, the Caucasian Mountains, the Caspian Sea, and then the Urals is my 'understanding of the border'.. I don't find a map on the web easily that matches that.....

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Happy birthday to the king of Thailand. I just saw on the news that sales of pink shirts have sky rocketed in Thailand because the king is wearing them, doesnt that just show how much they love their long lived king? (obvious answer is yes)


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Has anyone mentioned that HM the King of Thailand is a natural born American citizen, having been born in Cambridge, Massachusetts whilst his father was at Harvard?

Or that, if he had not been King, he could have made a decent living as a jazzman (I believe his instrument is the trumpet)?
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No, I knew the fist, but not the later 'additional points'.  Thanks!

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