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TheSupremeDirector

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http://i.stuff.co.nz/world/europe/63032523/queen-elizabeth-murder-plot-foiled

Did anyone else see this news today? Anyone from the UK have any more information about this?
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Shameful wretches. And Islamic terrorists, no less!
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Get the tower ready for some new permanent, sadly can't be temporary these days, residents.
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Get the tower ready for some new permanent, sadly can't be temporary these days, residents.


And they can receive their lifetime Tower accommodations after being convicted of high treason in a trial with all the ceremony! I mean, let's face it, if plotting to commit regicide, which was made treason in the 14th century, isn't treason, then nothing is! Imprison the traitors forever, and let the tourists laugh at them like a zoo exhibit! 
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We haven't had a good hanging, drawing and quartering since... Oh, the 19th century?

On a more serious note, if this is accurate (I've seen nothing about it in reliable mainstream media sources), congratulations and the gratitude of the realm are due to our brave security services for so admirably defending the life of our Queen. God save Her Majesty!

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Found another article about the plot, including some photos of the police raid on one of the houses. Absolutely disgusting that we allow this human garbage anywhere in the Commonwealth (or in those countries that should be part of the Commonwealth like the USA).

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/british-police-foil-plot-kill-queen-england-report-article-1.2003297
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Ahem...
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7c/Empalement.jpg
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Jonathan, with all due respect, whatever the sentiment, I have serious reservations about whether it is appropriate to use the image in this context.
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Jonathan, with all due respect, whatever the sentiment, I have serious reservations about whether it is appropriate to use the image in this context.


Ok, If you guys can't stomach a European drawing, then I'm in the wrong monarchist forum.
Do you now at least understand why I support fascism?
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Jonathan, with all due respect, whatever the sentiment, I have serious reservations about whether it is appropriate to use the image in this context.


Ok, If you guys can't stomach a European drawing, then I'm in the wrong monarchist forum.
Do you now at least understand why I support fascism?


This forum is about talking about promoting, defending and restoring monarchies, but the past, present and future of monarchy and the monarchical ideal. It is not a forum where you can promote your demented and illogical beliefs or demand that monarchists accept them. You skirt the letter of the law on this forum more than once, and I doubt Theodore would look on this kindly. You've been nothing but provocative and disruptive and I don't think even "divisive" applies given your views are appalling to virtually everyone here regardless of their persuasion.
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This forum is about talking about promoting, defending and restoring monarchies, but the past, present and future of monarchy and the monarchical ideal. It is not a forum where you can promote your demented and illogical beliefs or demand that monarchists accept them. You skirt the letter of the law on this forum more than once, and I doubt Theodore would look on this kindly. You've been nothing but provocative and disruptive and I don't think even "divisive" applies given your views are appalling to virtually everyone here regardless of their persuasion.

[rolleyes]
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[rolleyes]


Is that all you can answer? The point is, these forums like all others have rules both written and unwritten. The fact is you have been violating both and your inanities have no place here or on any civilised forum pertaining to monarchy.
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And they can receive their lifetime Tower accommodations after being convicted of high treason in a trial with all the ceremony! I mean, let's face it, if plotting to commit regicide, which was made treason in the 14th century, isn't treason, then nothing is! Imprison the traitors forever, and let the tourists laugh at them like a zoo exhibit! 


If the Blair creature has escaped the Tower, then there is little hope anyone will end up there.
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Is that all you can answer? The point is, these forums like all others have rules both written and unwritten. The fact is you have been violating both and your inanities have no place here or on any civilised forum pertaining to monarchy.


I'm not going to discuss it, other then putting the record straight; that I'm a monarchist first and foremost, I just think my view of society is different from your view, and we'll leave it at that.
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I'm not going to discuss it, other then putting the record straight; that I'm a monarchist first and foremost, I just think my view of society is different from your view, and we'll leave it at that.


Wait a minute. My view of society is sure as hell not liberal or "tolerant" (well I am tolerant in a non-PC sense, since it is a voluntary and not compulsory thing), and I sure as hell am not soft on terrorists and terrorist appeasers who should face harsh punishments for their actions. This does not necessitate the extreme and provocative reaction we just saw here.
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