Elizabeth Windsor Returns To Scene Of Her 9/11 Crimes
Nobody educated denies that the 9/11 attacks were planned at the highest levels at Buckingham Palace. It's well-known that the Teutonic clan that has run the once-great British nation ever since the bloodless coup of the "Hanoverian Succession" (with the Aryan bloodline reinforced by Queen Victoria's marriage to a Germanic princeling) will stop at nothing to crush all enemies in its path, and if that means perpetrating murder and mayhem in a great city of a supposed ally, then so be it. The results -- Western influence reinforced in former British colony Iraq, and Britain'sgreatest defeat avenged in Afghanistan -- no doubt caused sinister cackling throughout the whole rotten Saxe-Coburg-Gotha-Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg dynasty. But who would have thought that Elizabeth Windsor, the head of this pack of murderers, would have the nerve to show up at Ground Zero, to gloat?
Apparently feeling cocky because the nasty socialists have been kicked out of 10 Downing Street, "Queen" Elizabeth will be making a brief jaunt south from her Canadian military colony in order to honor those British subjects who died as collateral damage in the 9/11 attacks. She will then address the U.N., as she is a well-known proponent of One World Government (One World Government with her as its secret but all-powerful leader).
However, no fancy New York City hotel will be able to claim that "Queen Elizabeth slept here"! Once she gives her orders to the assembled stooges at the United Nations, she will flee back to her own territory. This is because if she sleeps in any country that she is not the Queen of, she loses her magic powers. Also, she is broke!
Taking such a short trip is hardly the only way the royal family is cutting back expenses this year. Queen Elizabeth has decreased her spending by $4 million in the past year, according to a new report released by the palace. The British government gave $57.8 million in taxpayer dollars this year to support the royal family. The monarchy costs each British citizen 94 cents.
Alan Reid, keeper of the privy purse, said Monday that the queen and other royals are cutting costs and postponing essential maintenance on the palace, because they are "acutely aware of the difficult economic climate."
"You don't really realize that the queen is going around Buckingham Palace turning off the lights, having fewer staff and in the winter turning the heating down," [Majesty magazine editor-in-chief Ingrid] Seward said Monday. "She sometimes even writes letters in her very old fur coat."