Sunday, 27 December 2009
The Queen's speech/ UN bullion coins.
No doubt better analysts than myself will have stories after Christmas, but I thought I would pen my thoughts.
There were four significant topics in The Queen's Speech, being the Afghanistan War, The British Commonwealth, Christianity and Christmas. The very last word of her speech strongly indicates her disapproval of the politically correct arena.
It is fair to assume that The Queen is privy to far more true information than you or I, and that anything she says is already a part of the plan.
Why is the Commonwealth being pushed? My guess is to attempt to drive a wedge between India and China. With a total population of 1.8 billion, The Commonwealth is one of the largest associations of countries in the world , representing over 30% of the world's population.
The largest single association is the UN, which has just announced that the UN will license the minting of silver and gold bullion coins bearing the UN logo - obviously the introduction of a world currency, with equivalent power going to the Rothschild-owned World Bank.
There is obviously a huge rush towards a world government - which will benefit the world's elite, and not be of benefit to the world's less elite.
Happy new era, when everyone wakes up!