Good-bye Great Britain

Dec 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Signs of the Times (click on article name)

Good-bye Great Britain

December 2, 2009 | From theTrumpet.com

The end has come for the sovereignty of the nation that once took a stand for world freedom against all odds. By Ron Fraser

That which multiple thousands of British stock sacrificed their lives to protect, the freedom and sovereignty of the United Kingdom, has been taken by stealth, subterfuge and outright deceit from the British peoples. Dec. 1, 2009, will be recorded as the day that the Queen of England officially became a vassal of the seventh resurrection of the Holy Roman Empire.

European Union

European Union

Although an Antipodean by birth, my own heritage is British to the core. Two generations of my forebears fought on foreign soil as members of the imperial forces of the British Empire for freedom from tyranny during the first half of the 20th century. The Scottish clan from which my patriarchal forebears hail have a military history that bespeaks resistance to tyranny from Waterloo to the Alamo. It thus goes powerfully against the grain to witness the day that tyranny is imposed by subterfuge on the mother nation that spawned the drive to institutionalize freedom in the constitutions of all true Western democracies, mother England, seat of the Crown of the United Kingdom.

The last time Britain was invaded by an aggressor was by the Normans, who overcame the Saxons under William the Conqueror in the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Six centuries later there followed the “peaceful invasion” of William iii of Orange when Parliament invited him to cross the English Channel in 1688 and take possession of the British throne from the Catholic convert James ii. Until a few decades ago, British national sovereignty, the freedoms enshrined in Magna Carta, the Bill of Rights, the Common Law and the Act of Settlement granting assurance that no representative of Rome would ever again sit on the throne, were jealously guarded and defended by the British peoples.

That all began to change when Prime Minister Edward Heath lied to the British public, claiming that the nation joining the European Community would never endanger British sovereignty, and led them by the nose into the European Community quagmire in 1973.

Less than four decades later, on Dec. 1, 2009, British sovereignty was yielded up to a foreign imperial power without so much as a whimper from the mother of all parliaments to a foreign imperial power. Yielded up to an imperialist, Roman Catholic-majority regime, called the European Union, which some of the most astute of observers have described as “the most undemocratic of institutions.” The EU has won Britain without a cannon being fired or any blood being shed. Britain has simply capitulated in abject surrender to the modern outgrowth of what Otto von Habsburg termed a European Union with the heritage of the Holy Roman Empire. That is a heritage that represents the very antithesis of all that free Britain has stood for.

During the past 35 years, the British public have been fooled, bullied, cajoled and tricked into signing their basic freedoms away, treaty by treaty. Their elected representatives have finally endorsed a document that will enslave the peoples of the United Kingdom as lackeys to the perpetrators of the very tyranny their forefathers fought so gallantly and consistently to protect the nation from, over the past millennium.

As of December 1, 2010, the British people are no longer subjects of the Crown. They are citizens of the European Union. The monarch is now subject to the rule of the elites ensconced in Brussels, Berlin and Rome. Their immediate promise is a new wave of taxes. Ahead is an era of economic stagnation and depression, with resultant political and social instability, and, most insidious of all, a period of religious oppression.

Symbolically that coming religious oppression will be signaled by the triumphant entry in 2010 of the Vatican head of state, by invitation of the British government, to the very heart of London, to the very seat of the ancient British Crown. It will be the first official state visit of a Roman pontiff to British shores.

Three hundred and twenty years ago, the British Parliament invited a Protestant prince from the Netherlands to sail to Britain and receive the Crown, transferred from the deposed Catholic James ii, to guarantee that Rome would never again rule over Britons. Next year, the emissary of Rome, Pope Benedict xvi, will fly to London, be entertained and accommodated at Buckingham Palace, and celebrate the beatification of the modern patriarch of British Catholics, Cardinal John Henry Newman, on British soil.

How the wheel has turned!

Yet, for Britain, to paraphrase its most famous son, Sir Winston Churchill, “this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”


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  1. You can see the beginnings of the “hour of power” with the kings and the beast. Armageddon is speedily approaching – Hallelujah!

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  2. You article is full of misinterpretations, exaggerations and lies, the UK will not loose anything as a consequence of her membership to the EU, furthermore the UK will continue to have your own traditional institutions and I don’t know why you are mention “our Thronfolger” His Apostolic Imperial and Royal Highness Archduke Otto von Habsburg, Head of the House of Austria, is he an enemy to you? Ridiculous indeed, he struggled for a united Europe as a way to stop Communism and all sorts of extremisms, who he had been fighting all his life, he was forced to leave Belgium in 1940, when Hitler condemned his mother HIRM Empress and Queen Zita of Austria and Apostolic Queen of Hungary to death alongside with all the Habsburg Lorraine family, due two reasons they wanted an independent Austria, they opposed the annexation of Bohemia and Moravia to the “Third Reich” and had lots of support in all the countries which were part of their realm until 1918. When he visited London in 1936 to prevent the then British PM not to sign any treaty with Hitler he was denied a visit, even the King didn’t receive him in spite of the efforts of the Duke of Norfolk and others who shared the anguish of the Heir to the Thrones of our dynasty, too many pro Nazis where in office at the time. The Archduke was a great supporter of a united and strong Europe, but never said that a country has to give up its traditions and institutions, and as far as I know there is nothing in any treaty in connection with the EU that says so.

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  3. Hi Count,

    Thanks for the information !

    We didn’t write the article, I have links where it came from.

    You made an interesting statement, “The Archduke was a great supporter of a united and strong Europe, but never said that a country has to give up its traditions and institutions, and as far as I know there is nothing in any treaty in connection with the EU that says so.”

    Like I said we didn’t write the article, and I don’t pretend to know anything about the Archduke. My comment is on the last part of this quote. Nothing in the treaty with the EU says anything about giving up traditions. Perhaps not, but there is a case which the article is on this website, in Italy. The European Court is making the Italians to take down the crosses in their schools which have been there for hundreds of years, because it offended one non-catholic. It seems like this court yields an awful lot of power over things that really are none of its business.

    Just something to think about.

    Again, Thanks for your comment

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