Friday, December 10, 2010

BBC News - Could Charles and Camilla have been better protected?

"Give to every other human being every right that you claim for yourself-that is my doctrine."- Thomas Paine

There is hope for England yet. The crowd, agitated about the doubling of tuition costs in the UK, chanted "Off with their heads!"
Undoubtedly if the mob got its wish the royal serpents would simply grow new ones.

"The interest of the State is in intimate connection with those of the rich individuals belonging to it."-Alexander Hamilton

"We warned it would happen and it happened as we warned. "Off with their heads! Off with their heads!" chanted the angry mob as they attacked the Royal Rolls Royce carrying Prince Charles and his wife Camilla. "Off With Their Heads 2.0" read the headline of our Autumn Trends Journal predicting the outpouring of outrage that would accompany the harsh austerity measures inflicted upon the general public, while governments doled out generous bailouts and rescue packages for bankers and financiers.
Since the onset of the Greatest Recession, I’ve been informing readers to expect uncontrolled unrest that would roil markets and destabilize governments. When people lose everything and they have nothing left to lose, they lose it. And the spontaneous attack on the Royal couple was the first salvo in what promises to be a long war between the people and the ruling classes.  Anyone questioning the intensity of the people’s seething anger is either out of touch or in denial. This was the worst show of violence directed towards the Royals since the days of Irish/English hostilities." -Gerald Celente
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