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Loki
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 03:16 PM
This one is, without doubt, the most revolting I have ever heard. I've just finished watching it live on TV. The following news article does not really do it justice...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4125193.stm


Queen calls for tolerance in UK

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The Queen's traditional message will be aired at 1500 GMT

The Queen has appealed for tolerance and understanding between cultural and religious groups in Britain's multicultural society.

She said religions were often in the news as "sources of difference and conflict", whereas they all bore message of tolerance and respect.

She also pointed out that diversity was "a strength, not a threat".

Christmas is the one time of the year when the Queen writes her speech with no advice from the government.

The Queen, who will be 79 in April, warned of the risk that the terrorist threat may have a negative impact on the co-existence of different cultures and heritage in Britain.

"We can certainly never be complacent," she added.

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/shared/img/o.gifhttp://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif Everyone is our neighbour, no matter what race, creed or colour http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/end_quote_rb.gif


Queen Elizabeth II

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Queen sends message to troops (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4124793.stm)

She went on to praise tolerance and fair play as "strong British values", and added that the need to look after fellow human beings was stronger than any ideological divide.

But she also acknowledged that many challenges still needed to be overcome, and that discrimination still existed.

"But there is every reason to be hopeful about the future," she said.

"I certainly recognise that much has been achieved in my lifetime," she added.

Important festival

The Queen, said that as a Christian she particularly valued the parable of the Good Samaritan, with its teaching that everyone is our neighbour, regardless or "race, creed of colour".

But she also warned that the original and traditional meaning of Christmas as "a great religious festival, one of the most important in the Christian year", should not be forgotten.

Last year's Christmas speech by the Queen was watched by 6.5m people in Britain alone.

The BBC and ITV alternate in producing the 10-minute programme every two years. The theme of the speech is chosen months in advance, and an independent TV crew follows the Queen on special events which are later used to go with the script. This year, the television version of the broadcast shows royal visits to a Sikh temple and a Muslim centre.

Loki
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 03:25 PM
Here you can listen to and view the message:

http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page1.asp#

Loki
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 06:19 PM
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4125229.stm


In full: Queen's speech

The full text of the Queen's Christmas broadcast.

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/66a.gif Christmas is for most of us a time for a break from work, for family and friends, for presents, turkey and crackers. But we should not lose sight of the fact that these are traditional celebrations around a great religious festival, one of the most important in the Christian year.

Religion and culture are much in the news these days, usually as sources of difference and conflict, rather than for bringing people together. But the irony is that every religion has something to say about tolerance and respecting others.

For me, as a Christian, one of the most important of these teachings is contained in the parable of the Good Samaritan, when Jesus answers the question, 'Who is my neighbour?'

It is a timeless story of a victim of a mugging who was ignored by his own countrymen but helped by a foreigner - and a despised foreigner at that.

The implication drawn by Jesus is clear. Everyone is our neighbour, no matter what race, creed or colour. The need to look after a fellow human being is far more important than any cultural or religious differences.

Most of us have learned to acknowledge and respect the ways of other cultures and religions, but what matters even more is the way in which those from different backgrounds behave towards each other in everyday life.

It is vitally important that we all should participate and cooperate for the sake of the wellbeing of the whole community. We have only to look around to recognise the benefits of this positive approach in business or local government, in sport, music and the arts.

There is certainly much more to be done and many challenges to be overcome. Discrimination still exists. Some people feel that their own beliefs are being threatened. Some are unhappy about unfamiliar cultures.

They all need to be reassured that there is so much to be gained by reaching out to others; that diversity is indeed a strength and not a threat.

We need also to realise that peaceful and steady progress in our society of differing cultures and heritage can be threatened at any moment by the actions of extremists at home or by events abroad. We can certainly never be complacent.

But there is every reason to be hopeful about the future. I certainly recognise that much has been achieved in my lifetime.

I believe tolerance and fair play remain strong British values and we have so much to build on for the future.

It was for this reason that I particularly enjoyed a story I heard the other day about an overseas visitor to Britain who said the best part of his visit had been travelling from Heathrow into central London on the tube.

His British friends were, as you can imagine, somewhat surprised, particularly as the visitor had been to some of the great attractions of the country. What do you mean they asked? Because, he replied, I boarded the train just as the schools were coming out.

At each stop children were getting on and off - they were of every ethnic and religious background, some with scarves or turbans, some talking quietly, others playing and occasionally misbehaving together - completely at ease and trusting one another. How lucky you are, said the visitor, to live in a country where your children can grow up this way. I hope they will be allowed to enjoy this happy companionship for the rest of their lives.

A Happy Christmas to you all. http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/99a.gif

Constantinus
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 08:06 PM
I wonder how that stupid cunt will react when prince harry marries a negress and cranks out a nice brown crownprince. But of course she'll offer her sickening tolerance which works oh so well while hiding in a palace among all white people now. Royalty sickens me, and a people taking pride in their royalty sickens me even more. And few peole than the english take greater pride in their royalty.

Rachel
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 09:21 PM
"Everyone is our neighbour, no matter what race, creed or colour"
~Queen Elizabeth II

I wonder if she'd have said that after staying a weekend in Harlem, given she makes it out alive. Those statements are largely political. The ignorant bitch has never lived amongst blacks nor any other muds for that matter. For if the royal family had, and this goes for other world leaders, our nations wouldn't be in the multikult cesspools that they are.

Loki
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 09:51 PM
Update: Jewish and Islamic unite in praise

The Queen's speech, with footage of her visits to cultural centres, was warmly welcomed by religious leaders.

Iqbal Sacranie, secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, said the Queen's words carried a "very powerful message".

"This is very timely," he said. "It duly reflects British society and that of the Commonwealth in that it shows we are a multicultural society.

Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain, from the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, said the Queen's speech was "exactly the right message for 2005".

"By both acknowledging that religion is often associated with conflict but pointing out that the highest value of all the major faiths is peace, the Queen identified one of the main issues facing the country," he said.

He added that the Queen "showed that there is no reason why people from all backgrounds cannot live in harmony".

He said: "It was a powerful riposte to those who seek to promote discord between different sections of the community."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4125193.stm

Dr. Brandt
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 09:54 PM
Update: Jewish and Islamic unite in praise



Ahhhhw look! That old hag managed to unite Jews and Muslims! How sweet! Maybe we should send her to Iraq, mabye she can reconcile Kikes and Arabs also. Maybe Osama and Dubbya will kiss and make up?

Loki
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 10:08 PM
RedXKnight from SF posted this very appropriate imagery:

http://www.forums.skadi.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=2641

Loki
Saturday, December 25th, 2004, 10:33 PM
Can some bored moderator please split this thread in two? I'd like to contain the on-topic discussions in this thread, and the off-topic ones elsewhere. Thanks.

cosmocreator
Sunday, December 26th, 2004, 06:31 AM
Can some bored moderator please split this thread in two? I'd like to contain the on-topic discussions in this thread, and the off-topic ones elsewhere. Thanks.


Done. It may have to be move to Rants depending where it goes from here.

http://www.forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=5995

Loki
Sunday, December 26th, 2004, 09:08 AM
Done. It may have to be move to Rants depending where it goes from here.

http://www.forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=5995Thank you! Good job. I think important discussions like this one need to be kept relatively clutter-free for easier reading and response.

Loki
Sunday, December 26th, 2004, 02:22 PM
Here is the Queen with some of her good friends:

http://www.forums.skadi.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=2654

Aistulf
Sunday, December 26th, 2004, 03:28 PM
The royals from Britain are not much different from the ones here!


'Our' queen, Beatrix, visiting a Moroccan community house after the murder of Theo van Gogh (makes sense huh?)


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[Source: RTL4 (http://www.rtl.nl/actueel/rtlnieuws/beatrix_marokkanen_foto.xml)]

Carrigan
Sunday, December 26th, 2004, 03:35 PM
I wonder how that stupid cunt will react when prince harry marries a negress and cranks out a nice brown crownprince. But of course she'll offer her sickening tolerance which works oh so well while hiding in a palace among all white people now.
Exactly -- do you honestly think she believes in 100% of what she said in her speech? One could look look no further than the queen's conduct toward Diana if one wished to see the behavior of someone who would never show 'tolerance for all'. I personally have respect for queen Elizabeth and I am sure many people here would, as well, if they took her words with a grain of salt, so to speak.


Royalty sickens me, and a people taking pride in their royalty sickens me even more. And few peole than the english take greater pride in their royalty.
Stan, it is difficult to discern whether you are Lyndon LaRouche in disguise or Robespierre resurrected. :icon_bigg

CrystleMoons
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 04:56 AM
Queens will be Queens. Remember they granted citizenship to the jews, and also granted secure endeavors within the superior Brittish race thus giving equal rights among the jews.

This Queen is trying to do what is right in a public speech. She does not want any problems...no doubt about that.

However, I met a generation of Pilgrims whose ancestory has scored here in my homeland, telling me that religion was the most bitter part of England back in the 1600-1700's according to this woman. She stated that the Queen only changed the Bible into a money making campaign...which this particular family migrated out of England to approach the freedom of religious practise without the Queen of England underscoring their privilages due to minority groups. Such as the poor. Not as to religion, or race, but as to income povished communities. Which is to say she did NOT impose upon the Jews at all.

:guinness:

Northern Paladin
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 05:02 AM
I don't think she really believed the things she said either. Nevertheless that doesn't change the damage she has done.

Northern Paladin
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 05:03 AM
"Everyone is our neighbour, no matter what race, creed or colour"
~Queen Elizabeth II

I wonder if she'd have said that after staying a weekend in Harlem, given she makes it out alive. Those statements are largely political. The ignorant bitch has never lived amongst blacks nor any other muds for that matter. For if the royal family had, and this goes for other world leaders, our nations wouldn't be in the multikult cesspools that they are.

You really think she believes in what she is saying?

cosmocreator
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 05:38 AM
I doubt all these new immigrants will revere the Monarchy as the English and Brits did of long ago.

Rachel
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 07:29 AM
You really think she believes in what she is saying?I'm sure this knowledge seems perfectly orthodox to her since she's never spent a day in the real world. She's a political parrot.

Nordgau
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 07:42 AM
We need also to realise that peaceful and steady progress in our society of differing cultures and heritage can be threatened at any moment by the actions of extremists at home or by events abroad. We can certainly never be complacent.

But there is every reason to be hopeful about the future. I certainly recognise that much has been achieved in my lifetime.

An Anglo-Saxon country being transformed into a mad chaos of all races... really a great "achievement", Mrs. Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha! :rolleyes:

FadeTheButcher
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 08:49 AM
She should be beheaded for treason. These royals are a dime a dozen you know.

Aistulf
Monday, December 27th, 2004, 11:53 AM
She should be beheaded for treason. These royals are a dime a dozen you know.
You're anti-monarchist (and republican?), I would've never expected that! Either way, good to hear :)

Loki
Saturday, January 1st, 2005, 03:12 PM
Whose speech was it?

29th December 2004

News article filed by BNP News Team

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Sandringham Estate, in north Norfolk - not a centre of multiculturalism!http://www.bnp.org.uk/images/bullets/spacer.gifhttp://www.bnp.org.uk/images/bullets/spacer.gifWe all saw the nauseating speech given by the Queen on Christmas Day. With its facile rhetoric lecturing us about how indigenous working class white people living in run down council estates surrounded by Muslims and asylum seekers should be celebrating multiculturalism and the wonderful ' diversity' around them it could have come straight from the spinmasters of the New Labour - and it most probably did. Windsor, Balmoral and Sandringham are not known as multi-cultural areas of Britain, so the fact the Monarch knows so much from her personal experience about this wonderful diversity we should all be celebrating in Britain, comes as something of a puzzle.

Could the fact that Prince Harry has mysteriously managed to escape a caution for punching a press photographer in the face on October 31st 2004 after leaving a London nightclub, have anything to do with his grandmotherís lecture to us all on race relations in Britain? A Crown Prosecution Service lawyer had recommended that Prince Harry receive a caution for the assault on the photographer, but then had his decision overturned by an unknown senior CPS official who then said 'It is not in the Public Interest for the caution to be issued'.

Yob culture

And there was Tony Blair preaching, as usual, only a few weeks ago about how the 'drunken Yob Culture' prevalent amongst British youth needs to be stamped on by the law. It seems that only working class yobs will be criminalised under his plans whilst the nobility will walk away with no conviction. The fact that Tony Blairís 16-year-old son Euan had also been arrested for being drunk and incapable in Leicester Square, in London's West End in July 2000 and subsequently not charged also seems to suggest that it is both the scions of the nobility and the New Labour elite who are apt not to be charged for their loutish behaviour.

Possible explanation?

Could the fact that the caution which would have prevented Prince Harry from joining the army and going to Sandhurst possibly be the reason why the Queen gave her 'New Labour Christmas Message' to the British people. The Police caution for Prince Harry would normally have been issued as a matter of routine. The fact this caution was passed to senior lawyers who overruled the advice of the previous CPS lawyer suggests political interference in the process.

The Attorney General is in overall charge of the Crown Prosecution Service and the Department of Public Prosecutions.

Lord Goldsmith QC was appointed by Tony Blair on 11 June 2001 as Her Majesty's Attorney General.

Attorney General- his links and responsibilities

The Attorney General, assisted by the Solicitor General, is the chief legal adviser to the Government. The Attorney General has overall responsibility for the Treasury Solicitors' Department, superintends the Director of Public Prosecution as head of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), the Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and the Director of Public Prosecutions in Northern Ireland. The Law Officers answer for these Departments in Parliament. The Attorney General has public interest functions in which his responsibility is as guardian of the public interest.

The Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith, is also a Labour Party member!

Loki
Saturday, January 1st, 2005, 03:13 PM
For those who don't know, Lord Goldsmith is a Jew.

k0nsl
Saturday, January 1st, 2005, 04:27 PM
Her Christmas message is enough to make a honorable man regurgitate!

-k0nsl

cosmocreator
Saturday, January 1st, 2005, 07:06 PM
It is probably rare that any political person writes their own speeches.

norcalnative1971
Sunday, January 2nd, 2005, 05:38 PM
Time to flush these Royal Shitheads down the crapper.

Sonja
Saturday, March 5th, 2005, 10:55 AM
I've never lived in England, but that is where the majority of my ancestry comes from, and I am a legal citizen. What a sad time for my country... :frown:

It's so easy for everyone to pin the immigrant problem on racism. Just go to London and look around.

Odin Biggles
Saturday, March 5th, 2005, 06:29 PM
I was born in London (North-west, Harrow) and the area was predomintly White (1986-92).

An old family friend has recently moved from there to Southampton because it is just horrible now, they're Turbans everywhere, immigrants, decadency, its just not a very nice place anymore.

London just isnt a nice place to live anymore, visit yes (as I sometimes do) but to live there is another story imo.

Now I live in Suffolk in the Home Counties and it is 110% times better.

Schutz_Staffeln
Monday, March 7th, 2005, 03:33 AM
Being a Australian and my country being tied to the British Commonwealth.

Its find it easy to say that the Queen and the Royal family are not sitting the example their/our ancestors set thousands of years ago when they built Europe (speaking as a white not as a Australian) but we have to remember the corruption that infects the royal households of Europe, infects the governemnts off europe and we all know that the governments are just as bad................and its just as much our fathers and our faults for not fixing the royal systems via a revolt or something of that sort.

Also once someone considers that the "frame work" of the royals is sound and most likely very important to countries like England. i mean if someone were to lets say inject some "new blood" into the houses of Europe. I mean our ancestors at some time all fought under a honourable royal family should we atleast not respect this and what those people did?

As for the Queen directly well she is a puppet but shes also a person and every person can be "gotten to" take the fact of Charles wedding which she wont be attending........... just the very fact she isnt going is bring back the republician question in my own country, which is a good thing.....


Does everyone here consider all the Royal families unworthy of Europe unworthy??

Because in Australia the Danish Royals have recieved mass support after the wedding of Mary to the Prince of Denmark, which has got to be good in getting European Australians interested in European Culture again where is it dearly needed.

Nechtansmere
Wednesday, April 13th, 2005, 02:10 AM
My feelings on the Royals.

The eldest son with the oversized ears says he is drawn to Islam.

The Queen instructs her personal speech writer to write a speech that demonstrates how proud she is of the Multicultural realm.
This is a break in protocol normally the government does it for her.

William learns Swahili and travels half the world to do chores for non whites at our expense.

Harry is pictured with Blacks and Asians.

Which one of the brats goes with an Ethnic type first?

Diane was the concubine of an Arab.

Need I say more?

Off with their heads.

The tourism arguement is just another Myth invented by the desperate as the Royal infrastructure would remain.

Here is the bottom line.

They have either chosen to support Multiculturalism, which would not surprise me and if so off with their heads.

OR

They have prostituted themselves for position and wealth and if this is the case then off with their heads.

As for alternitives well very few things could be as bad but I say let the true sons and daughters of this land choose what they want.

Hell even the deposed (with the funding of Dutch Jews) Stewarts would be better.

Fortis_in_Arduis
Thursday, April 14th, 2005, 05:34 PM
Obviously the Queen was influenced to make that speech, and in fact, when you think about it, the speech she made suits the republican agenda quite well.

The Queen appears to be distant and out of touch, she is merely spouting the words of her government, who, has far as I can see, seem to be an occupation government; they are certainly not British. Could it be that they are trying to turn the British people against their monarch? Certainly they are using her against us, but are they using us against her?

I have heard from some sources that the Queen has much more influence than is supposed. Prince Charles has spoken out many times on architecture and organic farming, where elected governments would not dare to tread for fear of upsetting their paymasters.

Prince Philip is not known for being politically correct, nor is Prince Harry.

Let us not forget that the communists always want to remove the monarchs and aristocrats, in order to usurp the power structures.

In order for the French revolution to have taken place, the Jews had to get rid of Marie-Antoinette. The plucky Austrian was far too intelligent for her own good, and had to be destroyed, and so, the plan was laid. It was a set-up, she was not aware of the events which would follow. Right at the point where the famine and poverty had reached its nadir, engineered by the Jews and their sordid finance, Marie-Antoinette was presented with a diamond necklace of almost incomparable decadence, and it was this, and the lies and stories which were circulated about her, which led to her eventual demise.

In dealing with degeneracy we should always, always, deal with the worst people first. Right now, those people are the communists, finance capitalists and multiculturalists in and around Westminster. Please think about what you are saying when you say that you wish to remove the heads of those people who are our strongest link to our distant past. Blood lines are sacred, and yes, I am frustrated that the British royal family is so distant, but Edward VIII was an ardent racialist and patriot and Europe might have been quite different if he had taken the throne instead of abdicating. None of these people are perfect, but Edward VIII was a good friend of the Fuehrer who sought to place him back on the throne after achieving union with Britain.

If you believe in our sacred bloodlines, then you will believe that the potential for regeneration is there, in those bloodlines.

The Crown of Britain originally came from Ireland, it then passed to Scotland and then to England. Please think about this and think about what royalty really means. I believe that it is ultimately a spiritual matter, and has everything to do with spiritual power.

It is very easy to blame all of these people for the faults in our society, but ultimately it is ourselves who are responsible. Are we claiming sovereignty over this land? Do we support those bloodlines which are fit to lead us? Do we give them due deference where appropriate? Do we seek to leave a truly sustainable legacy for our next generation, to bring them up to be stronger than us?

We are people who have high standards, but there is a spiritual malaise which has descended upon Europe, the rot has come to attack our society at all levels. Make no mistake, those who seek to destroy us, seek to destroy our sense of divinity, and our royalty.

My hope for the royal family is that Prince Charles will stake his legitimate claim on the Crown estates which are being held as collateral for an old gambling debt which is about 200 years old. The debt has been repaid but the land is held in trust. These estates are extensive, and include much of Britain's coastline and from these estates the government's salaries are paid. They belong to the Crown and the Crown belongs to us, the British people.

Are we ready to claim sovereignty?