With James I on the throne of England – also being James the VI of Scotland – the first king of Britain was formed and accepted. The succession had been set and the Stuart (swayer) house was to remain there until such time the Orders desired king would take their place, but not until they had made him so, which would take many hundreds of years yet. In reality this was a time when the members of the Order were finding it harder to do what was needed to be done. To watch daily what they had to watch was a monumental task in itself, but they were committed and had taken an oath to do so, they had promised and would not go back on this. At this time the Order decided to put a very obvious signpost visible for everyone to see to relate to what was actually going on and Temple Bar the house of advocates was created. Even though this had existed for sometime created by the Order to house all the advocates coming through from the proving grounds, it wasn’t publicly known and this was an attempt to see if the public would react to this.
Even though the unwanted necessity as they were known (the working class) had no knowledge of what was going on, being kept uneducated deliberately, many should have recognised the importance of doing this within the rest of the social structure. But the Order realised, as they had presumed, that even if the working classes did realise, they were too consumed with the daily struggle to survive to take notice and the the rest were too consumed with being part of it, a ‘sod you jack i’m alright’ approach.
At this time the Order were using the pretence of class division against itself and the history books were recording the evidence, even though the class divide was something that only existed within the social structure, but it did at every level. It had infected all with its belief system and that was another reason for the Order to instruct a new version of the bible should be issued to show evidence of how stagnant that belief was and of course the enforcers of that belief, and to trap the enforcers within their own belief so the evidence could be shown.
Still with it’s attentions mainly on Parliament in Westminster the Order decided that the concept of kingship needed to be reinforced and an example of what would happen if Parliament had absolute sovereignty had to be shown to allow the people themselves, to call for a king again. This was to simply to provide evidence, within the history books, of how powerful the people are if they so choose to be. Under simple directions from the Order James continued to damage the concept of kingship, but was also becoming known for his disobedience towards Westminster. Once again the Order were manipulating a king through his own misplaced desire. He held fast to the concept of the divine rite of kings and I even commented once to say that ‘kings are justly called gods’ a comment that was not received well by the church nor Westminster, but did serve to provide proof of his arrogance and delusion regarding the position he held. Legally the Order were helping introduce many statutes to the statute roll ever increasing the oppression through taxation, being forced upon the people and more petitions than ever where falling on the deaf ears of the king. James did not react because he knew not of what was happening, this being done purposely. Even middle England started to complain and a tense situation was brewing that the Order were manipulating, again for a desired outcome.
As Charles I came to the throne after his farther the situation regarding the prisons and the amount of taxation being levied upon the people was getting serious and the people were being fuelled to ask questions of Parliament. Westminster did no more than to blame the king. The Order started a rumour regarding Charles favouring Catholics and this also spread quickly through the protestants causing alarm.
A man by the name of Oliver Williams had joined the proving grounds sometime since and had been seen to hold certain traits that could be used. Oliver was not of noble blood, but the Order could see he fitted the criteria needed perfectly and proceeded to give him the nobility needed to enter Parliament. Oliver was set up to marry and took his wife’s name of Cromwell and joined the Parliamentary ranks.
The Order suggested to the king he should speak out about Parliament to gain the peoples support as a civil war was brewing, as the Parliamentarians were preparing to go to war against the Royalist. Charles did so and civil war broke out. Oliver Cromwell joined the ranks of the Parliamentarians and soon built up quite a reputation and lived up to part of what the Order had seen in him. Through the Orders manipulation Oliver soon lead a cavalry troop and then the whole army as it’s commander.
The desired effect occurred and the people backed Oliver and the royalists forces were defeated, a new era started. England and all its dominions were now republics and the commonwealth could now be created, an accumulation of lands across the world from the most strategic island on the planet – the fleet was to set sail once more. The Order frightened off all but a few of the members of Parliament and a rump Parliament was formed, which in front of, Oliver signed the death warrant of king Charles I. Oliver got his majority by using the Orders idea of bringing in the army to make up the majority and knowing they would not go against their commander.
Charles was sentenced to death and was beheaded publicly and Oliver became lord protector (king all bar name) and Oliver lived up to all the Order knew he was from the proving ground. Oliver was in fact religiously insane and his puritan laws did not rest easy with the people at all. Taxation was still a very heavy burden for most and this was not to let up anytime soon, as Oliver employed the fleet to capture the world under the Orders suggestions, delivering the three essential parts of democracy; law, education and of course religion. Oliver ruled the people with fear and punishment for crimes were harsh. The Order were using this to install a memory in the people, again one that would come into play much later.
As the years rolled by the people, even though they were more imprisoned now than ever before, started to voice objection to Oliver’s obvious religious insanity and what that resulted in. The fleet were now conquering more lands bringing them directly under British rule and the empire was now being formed and those who didn’t know within the church were still under the miscomprehension that the church was getting even more powerful, when in truth they were loosing power. The Order was now to start to bring the the people back to the concept of true kingship, as the disaster that was the corporate republic continued to show evidence of what it truly was. This was an ideal time to allow the accountants back into the country expelled by Edward I and they were the ones used to fund Oliver’s rise through the army and obviously to Parliament in Westminster. A golden rule always exists that has been played out a thousand times, that is you never build on your own money, you always use someone else’s.
Oliver died in 1658 and this pretentious short lived throne he had claimed was now taken by his son Richard who carried none of the qualities that the Order had seen in his father. This again becoming very obvious from his time also in the proving grounds, but this would be ideal to bring a king back to the throne again and allow the people themselves to demand this – of course with a little help, albeit not much was needed. The people themselves were very tired of Oliver’s ways and were not going to accept another tyrant from the same family for very long. Even though many had adopted the puritan way, many found it’s doctrine to be non sensical and other methods of non conformity against the recognised church had sprung up. The Order realised the recognised church were loosing their grip regarding these non conformist religions and had to use Charles to bring them back to the church as it still had a very relevant part to play in future events. This also provided evidence again of the people themselves going against what was seen as the recognised way by many and again this was recorded.
Richard was weaker than his father in the people’s eye’s and this could be used and manipulated – and was. Discussions ensued and Charles II issued the Declaration of Breda and was pronounced king in 1660 and Parliament in Westminster accepted this declaration as they had no choice but to, as this was a king offering amnesty – another necessary memory to be placed in the hearts of the people and the history books by the Order. A king was offering something the church and it’s off spring Parliament could not and had not ever offered and the king himself, very prominently, was showing the church for what it really was. At all times the Order knew they had to produce evidence from both sides of the coin that would be recorded, as hard as it was to do.
In 1662 the Act of Uniformity was passed demanding all puritans and other non conformists accept the doctrine’s of the church of England or leave the church completely. Although many did, a good percentage didn’t and non conformity to the recognised church got a very powerful foot hold, even though it was just an extension of catholicism, as was the Anglican church supposedly created to be separate in the reformation. Nothing was separate from the only recognised church and all were just extensions of this and still are to this day. This had been a recruitment drive by the Order to some extent, for the proving grounds, but at all times the purpose was simple; to maintain the divide between royalists and parliamentarians with the church seemingly at the helm – the trinity.
Although it has been said that science was very young in this age it was in fact not as young as most would say and certainly not as young in it’s development of disease. It had been realised sometime since, after using the session houses for experimentation, that disease in all forms was very profitable and a new form of exploitation could be applied to the people along with taxation. This form was more powerful in many ways as illness required cures and those cures could be, and in most cases were, very costly.
In 1665 one disease got out of hand as the experimentation regarding it took the scientists and medical men to a place they had never been before as this disease spread very quickly via the rats that actually outnumbered the human beings that lived in London. The poor sanitary situation only added fuel to how wide spread this disease would become, even though the numbers who were reported to have died from it were in fact quite low. The Order knew that much could be done to help the poor as the disease ripped through the slum areas, but the aristocracy, Parliament in Westminster included, felt this was a great way of culling the unwanted necessity. An approach that was perfectly acceptable to them until they were made to realise how much they depended on that necessity.
One year later it was decided that the only way to permanently halt the disease’s spread was to eradicate it with a fire and the great fire of London ensued destroying a good percentage of the city and the church of St Paul. The Order could now influence the remodelling of the city in the church of rome’s image providing ample proof, cast in stone, of the churches greed and obsession with having the best of the best. When many involved in this remodelling could barely feed or clothe their families and living accommodation was scarce for those who would do the construction. Crime soared and the Order suggested to Parliament and the king that a force would be needed to try and prevent the ever increasing crime rate caused by the poverty many were now forced to live in. This was when a group patrolled the streets by the name of Charlie’s named after the king himself. This was to lead to a recognised police force being present on the streets.
The Order again suggested that it would be far better to try and eradicate the poverty to reduce the crime rate, but the church realised, with a little help, that crime could be as profitable as taxation if handled properly.
The Order, through the churches ministers in Westminster, started to separate the law by introducing the method of civil action completely separate from criminal, but still joined at the hip through torts. Because of the rise in taxes and the crime through poverty, debt became the number one crime and the prisons across the island where reaching breaking point , prisons that were modelled on Fleet and Marshalsea. Nearly every prisoner was there for debt or crimes resulting from being it debt and still the church built its buildings in splendour regardless, providing evidence of what it truly was.
The Order had to keep suggesting and providing evidence of what the church really were, but found with just a little manipulation they would do it themselves as long as the Order provided just enough rope for them to hang themselves with.With the non conformist issue and a king who was quite happy to speak out against the church and Parliament and still try to enforce his own law, the people were being shown once again the power of kingship, albeit the form it was being presented in was a little obscure.
The church need to fuel something against the king who was fast turning his back on the Catholic church of rome and it’s doctrine’s and the Order suggested that the appointment of Catholics in high positions of status would cause a rift between the king and the people. Charles was easily lead and was a prolific womaniser seemingly having a string of mistresses at his disposal at all times and this made him very easy to control. All the time this was happening Parliament was loosing it’s grip and it’s strangle hold, which it had tried to regain after the shambles that was the republic under parliamentary rule.
Under directions the church, using it’s political wing (Westminster) decided to put pressure on the king via the Catholic issue and Charles needed allies as it was suggested to him that another civil war was brewing, as he was reminded of what had happened to his father. Charles was swayed and it was suggested by the Order that a treaty was need with the French king louis XIV for his own protection if a civil war did in fact occur. Charles was persuaded to go to the Templar house in Dover and there he signed the secret Treaty of Dover in 1670. This treaty afforded him the protection he sort against the parliamentarians, through the French king. The deal was that he would have to declare he was in fact a Catholic and in doing so would re-establish Catholicism in England and Charles had to support the French kings future projects against the Dutch. The Order had manipulated the Dutch through the church of rome who had, not three years earlier sailed up the Medway and captured the English Navy’s flag ship the royal Charles and destroyed three others. Charles in return was offered a way of vengeance against the Dutch for such an embarrassing occurrence to happen so close to home and the French king, through the church of rome, was to finance Charles and send troops to his aid, if in fact the parliamentarians did raise an army and start a civil war against him.
But a forth part was to come into effect and the king would start to make declarations regarding the catholic issues bypassing Parliament, as the division and rifts that religious segregation caused were perfect to use as a form of control – something the Order were now becoming experts in. Still at the forefront of everything the Order were doing was the fact they needed to highlight the true power of kingship over the disastrous parliamentarian republic. This was to provide absolute evidence of social division caused by both elements to the determent of the people themselves, but to provide evidence that a true king could go against the church if he so wished and of course if he did use the will of the people to do so and what that could result in. Even though no king or queen had ever done their job properly, the concept was very much embedded into the history books and the memories of the people – along with this was the memory of what a corporate republic had done to the people as a whole based upon it’s religious, capitalist, totalitarian structure.
As the third Dutch war raged in 1672 it was suggested to Charles by the Order that he should issue the Declaration of Indulgence protecting Catholics from persecution and also protecting dissenters of Westminster. This was not received well by the church of rome and it was suggested to the church that Westminster should force the king, under threat of civil war, to withdraw the Declaration and to allow Parliament to put in place the Test Act (1673) preventing Catholics from taking positions of high office – also to end the war with the Dutch (1674).
The Order realised that even though it was being maintained by them that the church of England was separate from the church of rome, many were realising this was not the case. Manipulating both the king and Parliament was to result in an occurrence that again would be stuck fast in the memories of the people and the history books dutifully recorded it. This occurrence was to once again provide evidence that this religious issue was causing rifts that amounted to nothing more than the ever increasing grasps for power and the holding of it between Parliament and the king, even though they worked for one and the same, caught between the projection of religious indifference. All the time the evidence was being shown and recorded, that this was always done to the determent of the people, even though it was being done on the pretence it was for their benefit – the people themselves caught in the middle of this power struggle forgetting they maintain the true power and who wields it at all times.
In 1677 a book by John Bunyan was published called a Pilgrims Progress that would be a instrumental to many regarding the existence of the proving grounds used by the Order and how they operated. This book was to be one of the first to use biblical text metaphorically in ‘order’ to bring those trapped by religious belief to a greater understanding of what that religion really was and what it was responsible for. At the same time this book would also talk of true kingship as it’s precursor does, but by suggesting the non involvement of non existent out side forces and just the involvement of an order of human beings very real and apparent. The book itself relates to the power possessed by one and how that power can be dislodged by religious or non religious doctrine lodged in the mind of the believer.
The very fact that England and it’s dominions where suffering from this religious division made this book at the time very apt and also earned it a place on many bookshelves. With the ever ensuing problems being caused by Parliament under suggestion of the Order and their refusal to accept absolute sovereignty of the monarchy, Charles was to play his trump card after Parliament tried to change the line of succession to prevent his brother from taking the throne on his death with the Exclusion Bill – again for religious reason’s. This was to be one of the Order’s greatest examples of kingship to be recorded in the history books and the memories of the people. As the Catholic issue came to a head Charles under direct influence of the Order dissolved Parliament and claimed absolute sovereignty ruling without a Parliament financed by Louis XIV. Parliament was told to bide it’s time as this would not last. Charles was received into the church of rome on his death bed leaving his brother James to succeed him, but the Order once again had achieved what was deemed impossible by many and still is to this day.
In 1685 James succeeded his brother Charles and tried to maintain the Stuart doctrine of the divine rite of kings. Many attempts at civil war were embarked on by the Parliamentarians over the next three years resulting in horrendous punishments for all involved. James pursues his brothers concept of restoring Catholicism in England and raises a standing army of 13,000 to protect himself and the royalists in London all under the Orders suggestions highlighting religious indifference, division and it’s non concern for the people as a whole – only providing more evidence for the history books of their true agenda’s; what they truly cared about and of course what they did not care about – the people.
By both sides being completely enveloped by this constant battle for power, the Order could now bring back the concept of a parliamentary republic and allow it to make it’s true foundation within political and recognised historical records. This was being done to show that division within law did exist and that status had a direct effect on whether certain laws would apply if that status was held. Democracy and it’s concept of legal slavery (being enslaved by legal means) was on the verge of being born in law, the concept of liberty was to be renewed within the political structure and what that concept would offer, by way of protection to those at the top of the liberty tree. James’ brother Charles had also introduced the Habeas Corpus Act in 1679 that prevented imprisonment without trial, but this was only to used by those who held the status of a ‘particular person’ and no one else, even though many have tried.
Under suggestions by the Order James again re-issues the Declaration of Indulgence to repeal the Test Act of 1673, but this time also including the non-conformists to try and bring them on side with the royalists. Parliament, under direction of the Order, picked seven statesmen to travel to Holland and lobby William (prince of Orange) who had married James’ daughter Mary, to come to England to re-install protestantism and democracy under parliamentary dictatorship – in particular to pass laws that would offer Parliament and the aristocracy protection through privilege of status.
William accepted the offer and landed at Torbay un-hindered by the English navy who were deliberately told to stand off by Parliament who had maintained control of the navy through the Order. Also the royalist troops were also told to stand down and did so for the same reason and as William marched on London. James lost his nerve and fled leaving his daughter Mary and her husband William to take the throne under a duel monarchy.
The Order needed a Parliamentary dictatorship in place with a Stuart on the throne, a corporate republic with a figure head, that was legally castrated and that is exactly what they had achieved, even though the succession still wasn’t cast in stone, or more aptly ‘in words of law’. The people needed to be fuelled, even though this actually meant they were to be fooled, but this was far from the first time this concept had been used and a staged mini bloodless revolution towards the new king and queen took place In the Orders proving grounds capital, Hertford. This was done to provide a reason for the Declaration of Rights 1688/89 to be presented to them on their coronation, that they had to sign to be able to take the throne.
This document was said to be written by the people for the people, when in fact it was written by legal minds in the vatican (of Order) for the purpose of installing at law the concept of ‘particular persons’ and the special attention they would receive for being such at common law, but this also had to be founded in cannon law (statute) as well – even though it was obvious that the statutes had no legitimacy as they were founded by treaty and not at law, hence, they could not be law, nothing more than rules of a political regime given the force of law by threats of violence (legal slavery) something the Order were highlighting very well.
To do this the Order then put to Parliament that they needed to find the Declaration of Rights in Statute and the Bill of Rights 1689 was presented as a bill and the monarchy were legally castrated enough to even prevent them declaring declarations at common law as well as not be able to make, break or adjust treaties or law and more importantly ‘statutes’. The Order also needed to control the countries monetary supply and after Mary died In 1694 the Order created the Bank of England to do this.
The Order then turned their attentions to settling the succession of the throne, until such time as it would be needed to undo it. In 1701 the Act of Settlement was passed along with in 1702 the Act of Treason, to settle succession that must go to the nearest protestant heir, which was Electress Sophia of Hanover. Mary died leaving William ruling. William was very much in league with Parliament, or as it would seem, when it fact he was directly influencing Parliament for the Order to maintain the Stuart line on the throne and to maintain it in
When William died the throne automatically went to Mary’s sister Anne. Sophia died before Anne, so when Anne died the throne automatically went to her son George I and the royal family were to change house name to Hanover, but in fact they were most definitely still Stuarts. Sophia was the granddaughter of James I so her son George was James’ great grandson, a line that has been maintained to present day without ever being legally challenged, because it couldn’t be, but it can be now, all achieved by using religious division against itself. George I came to the throne and could speak very little English and was far to conceited to be involved in the politics of this island. Being out right ruler and dictator in Hanover he thought he could do the same here, but was soon surrounded by scandal and it soon became evident that his lack of knowledge regarding English customs and the language was causing direct implications regarding the daily business of Parliament.
George was now spending more time in Hanover than he was in England and Robert Walpole effectively became the first prime minister after suggestions from the Order regarding the position of ‘first lord of the treasury’. Finally the monarchy were exited from Parliament and now the Order could help Parliament to claim absolute sovereignty even though this would take sometime to achieve, but if they were anything, they were patient.
The years rolled by and Victoria came to the throne marrying Albert of the house Saxe-Coburg-Gotha who became her most trusted advisor. Albert, under guidance, persuaded Vitoria to take a more constitutional approach to the rule of the nation and the empire, to allow Parliament to do it for her. Even though she was very strong willed, she did allow this to happen taking her husbands advice. The monarchy again were slipping into the back ground as it was estimated that England now ruled 450 million people (¼ of the population of the world) and at least ¼ of the worlds land mass and the Order had not finished yet. Victoria had shown more spirit and strong will of any monarch that had frequented the throne and her reign was the longest by a woman. Even though this strong will did get in the way, Victoria would see reason and was not free of the effects of manipulation the Order were using.
Social divides were ever present and the introduction of a police force in 1829 to protect the political regime and the aristocracy, against the people’s will, had not gone down well. But as ever Parliament maintained control with harsh sentencing and cruel punishments for those who had committed crimes, whether they be criminal or civil via tort. More and more taxation was being introduced and it was realised that the working men and women were raising objections fuelled by the Order. Questions were falling on deaf ears as usual and the people were getting more than a little frustrated. A workers revolt occurred in Manchester at Peterloo due to lack of employment and famine, Parliament reacted by massacring 15 and injuring between 400-700 involved. This was done as a warning to any who were contemplating the same and as a mark of their power. The Order were fuelling question’s regarding poverty and the fact that very obvious social divides existed – divisions that were causing this problem. The poet Shelly captured the events in a poem that was not released till many years after the event and has been said to be a statement regarding non violent resistance. The poem the Masque of Anarchy would never have seen the light of day unless the Order made it so, as it’s words would have a lasting effect, albeit not the desired one in entirety, but at least somewhat towards the right direction needed to be taken in realising the power of the people.
Westminster also reacted by putting through what is known as the Six Acts under directions of the Order as it was still paramount to show Parliament in it’s true form and actually what it truly represented. This representation was starting to come under scrutiny as it was fast becoming obvious that Parliament itself was not in fact what it had first presented itself as being in 1256. it was fast becoming apparent to many that the commoners (commons) was a house containing those of limited privileges, but still privileged enough to be classed as ‘particular persons’ and not the representatives of the people as they had made out. To combat this the Order suggested a political party called labour and as a trial the ‘independent labour party’ was set up in 1887 becoming a formal political party (vessel for anger) in 1900 some thirteen years later after the trials went very well.
The party was to be used to soak up the anger that had a risen within the people regarding Parliaments ever increasing despotic rule, the very thing it was supposedly set up to prevent. The Order now needed less and less influence as the rule ‘give an inch they will take a mile’ was coming into play and as long as they continued to direct, Parliament would do the rest itself and that wasn’t going to change anytime soon. The Order realised the corporate persona’s had latched on completely and the church of rome was well and truly hidden from view even though it’s ministers and it’s representatives the share holders (lords) were very much on view and beyond the point of being questioned. The queen had no interest in the people other than to demand they respect her position when she in turn did not respect theirs. Because of this despotic situation and the fact that all responsible couldn’t be held responsible, a very apathetic few point fell over the people as they adopted the ways of their masters, both religiously and politically, which actually amounted to the same. Yes they would go and shout and have their say at the political meetings, but never would they step outside the party policy, at all times towing the party line.
Free schooling is introduced and 11 years later becomes compulsory and a curriculum is set to make sure only certain subjects are taught about history and of course religious studies are compulsory and so is praying with harsh punishments for those who didn’t comply. It was realised that the concept of keeping the people in the dark by lack of education was not working and the principle of ‘keep them primitive’ was naturally reversing as more questions were being asked. It was decided that the best way to combat this was to educate them, but only on the subjects that would help pacify the masses. Written into this was the supremacy of the church and obviously Parliaments supremacy and albeit restricted, but also the importance of the monarchy. The Order knew that an education system could be used to extend the proving grounds and in effect start them earlier in the lives of those needed to keep the commercial cogs turning.
With the rise of trade unions and women’s rights, all successfully steered by the political agenda’s, Parliament, under direction, made a play for absolute sovereignty again and introduced a bill called the Parliament Act 1910 to the now king Edward VII. Even though it is obvious that the king realised what the true agenda was, he dare not say as much was being held against him, as it was against the new prime minister Herbert Henry Asquith. Both being prolific womanisers with strings of mistresses in tow, both men could be played like fiddles.
One last acquisition was required by Parliament, namely being, royal assent to bills going through Parliament, even though this was presented as a curbing of the powers of the house of lords to disguise this fact, which would be played out by a new second house being created within it. One of popular peers against hereditary, which allowed an old concept to come into play which was the buying of positions. But the true reason that the Order suggested should be hidden behind this fact was simply royal assent. Under the orders directions, as mentioned earlier, Edward’s mum Victoria had moved away from kingship (queenship) allowing herself to become more a constitutional figure head, a mascot for the corporate republic than a true queen. Holding what they did against Edward, Herbert Asquith, David Lloyd-George and Winston Churchill forced this very delicate constitutional issue.
Edward was known, and openly known, to support class division and the fact that the lower classes were there to service the needs of the aristocracy and for nothing else. At this time the european royalty and aristocracy were enjoying the high life and Edward was very much part of this. This was more important to him than the affairs of the country and the commonwealth and Parliament were about to exploit this under guidance from the Order, to show evidence of how not to be a king and yet again, how dangerous it was to allow a Parliament to have absolute sovereignty.
In January 1910 the new Parliament bill was presented to Edward for royal assent. On receipt of the bill Edward proclaimed this would cause a constitutional crisis and refused to sign sending the bill back demanding a general election be held regarding the issue of the house of lords, when the true issue was royal assent. Edward was trying to gain the support of the people through the conservative majority within the lords at the time. The general election resulted in a hung Parliament and Edward demanded another one be held in the December of the same year. Edward died in the May and the new king George V took the throne Edwards 2nd son.
The general election was held and the libels formed a coalition government using the help of sinn fein who together took 272 seats against the conservative 271. The trio of Asquith, Lloyd-George and Churchill again presented the Parliament Act but this time of 1911 and not 1910. King George under guidance from the Order signed the bill giving it royal assent, the last bill ever to be signed by a king or queen. That privilege moved to the speaker of the house of commons and the second house within the house of lords of popular peers was created.
The Order had achieved a Parliamentary dictatorship, a corporate republic, but still with a Stuart on the throne. Parliament claimed absolute sovereignty and even removed the role of commander in chief of the armed forces from the king and gave it to the prime minister. George V was the first fully fledged constitutional sovereign under the rule of a Parliament in entirety and the people themselves helped create this, fooled by misrepresentation based on misrepresentation. Parliament believed it was on the road to completely destroying the monarchy when in fact it was highlighting the only element that could actually save the people from this corporate republic and the mechanisms of it.
Two world wars raged and the people suffered horrendously as a despotic Parliament carried on the tradition of class division and capitalism all under the instructions of the Order. Even though this was probably one of the worst things the members had to witness, they still held fast to the concept that everything must run it’s course and could not be interrupted as much as they wanted to intervene and reverse things. They knew that Parliament was digging a hole it could not get out of un-aided and they knew sooner or later everyone would realise what they had become and how that could be un-done. Precautionary principles reversed the last principles of justice and negligence and the legislator became judge, jury and executioner. Summary judgement based on the presumption of guilt before proven innocent became the order of the day and clemency and discretion became things of the past lost under corporate conflicts of interest and monetary accumulation based on equity – and all the time the hole just got deeper – with the people and the monarch sat apathetically watching not realising they only needed each other to stop this. Something as simple as class division was the only thing stopping it from happening.
During the second world war Winston Churchill got together with a group of lords (business men) and presented an idea based on a concept given to him by a member of the Order. This concept would allow entrapment of Europe as it could not be trapped within the commonwealth. Based on trade routes and avenues of trade the idea was to bring the countries of Europe under one common market place and this was how it was presented, when in reality it was about control of these countries.
Churchill put forward the idea of the united states of Europe based on the American idea that was so successful in 1949. This caused alarm amongst many house members who were of Order and the notion was dismissed before it even got started, but that was not going to be the last of it and it would be suggested that to do it in stealth would be far easier over a longer period of time. This kick back knocked Winston off his perch and from that point on, even though he was still a most prominent figure within politics, Winston’s heart came into play and he started to pen his memoirs – Winston needed to confess and did, to the disgust of his peers. He now spent many of his day’s building brick walls for pleasure at his home as he found an honesty in doing a hard day’s graft – and this honesty helped him pen the truth about what he had done to his own people, the people he too belonged to. Subsequently the memoirs were put up for sale by the Churchill family many decades later, being bought by the government for 18 million pounds and then locked away far from reach – I wonder why?
Not four years later and a young Elizabeth II came to the throne fresh faced and completely swallowed up by pomp and circumstance and a new form of divine rite. A wonderful nature was present in her, but it was lost behind the protocols of class division, constitutional servitude and complete segregation from the people she belonged too. Elizabeth had suffered decades of coercion under the guise of how one should act and present herself to ones that were less than her.
Hours before taking the throne in 1953 Elizabeth was taken into a small room where she met with two gentlemen she had never seen before. After sitting down the two men presented themselves completely out of protocol and Elizabeth was dumb founded, but sat and listened, more out of curiosity than anything else, because of their gentle manor. The two men were of the Order of John and for the first time were making themselves known to a future queen. Over the next hour they allowed her to come to an understanding regarding what the Order had been doing over the centuries and for what reason. They explained that she, herself, had a very important part to play in this and what that amounted to and she had but one thing to do. Elizabeth was told on that day that she would be the last queen of Great Britain as her name sake was the last queen of England and that one day she would in fact hand over the realm to the true Duke of Cornwall and not to the stolen title that would be held by her first son. She, herself, would appoint him as regent after he would claim back his own lands under the Declaration that was the great Charter of Lancaster based in true law and not constitutional cannon legislation in the guise of law.
During that hour Elizabeth was brought to an understanding that all human beings are equal and none are any less or any more and the segregation that was class division based upon status was something the Duke would destroy along with it’s creators the church (under instruction from the Order). She was told “what we have created, we will destroy for the good of everyone and everyone has their part to play, as insignificant as that may seem”. The two members explained that her family would come under great scrutiny and at times would be made to look foolish and be humiliated, as the dictatorship that was Parliament would try with all their might to destroy what is left of the concept of kingship. They would do this because it is the only thing that can stop them in their tracks and reverse all they have done, in the name of their corporate master controlled by us, because in reality we are behind the ‘corporation’.
Elizabeth was, too say the least, a little puzzled by all this but realised that the two gentle men were very sincere and spoke with a kindness not heard often. They asked her would she hold oath to the effect of what they had asked and Elizabeth, without hesitation, said yes with a beautiful smile. Not even inquiring when this would happen, Elizabeth got up and left the room silent and not a few hours later was crowned queen Elizabeth II, the last queen of Great Britain.
16 years later a great event was being watched across the planet and as the events unfolded a group deep in the heart of Parliament were continuing the dream that was to rule Europe. The then prime minister Harold Wilson in front of what only could be described as a rump Parliament, put forward the Constitutional Reforms Repeal Act an act that was designed by rome to undo Magna Carta to allow the changes needed to fool Europe into believing that the UK was to be under it’s rule. The Order suggested that to bring in new weights, measures and a change to the currency they first would have to remove in statute the very parts of the statute preventing this. Even though they relied upon aspects of this statute for the privileges they held, they could always revert back to the Bill of Rights 1689 for protection.
The Order had already started the process of minting new ten pence coins and other small denominations of coinage in the beginning of the same year and notes were soon to follow. In 1971 the change to currency went ahead and was rolled out across the Uk. But already concerns were being voiced in regards to how this was done and the fact by doing so would open the flood gates to rule by Europe. Also concerns were also being voiced about the legitimacy of the moon landings themselves. Brushed away as nothing more than conspiracy, anyone voicing questions about such matters were labelled as this by Parliament, even some of the ministers within the house (of Order) this was said of.
One question that kept cropping up was the fact that only certain parts of the statute Magna Carta 1297 had been left and for the first time the question of “who are the Freemen?” kept being asked and “why does London have certain liberties separate from the rest of the country?” Parliament were on the back foot and needed to deflect attentions away from themselves, but the Order would not allow this and for the first time for many years the ‘city’ was under question and examination, not just by academics, but by the normal everyday working class and this wan’t to end anytime soon – in fact it was to never end; the questioning had started and the more that questioning fell on deaf ears, the more it provided evidence that something was very wrong with the governmental process within this country. 1973 came and England became part of what is now known as the EU and very interesting occurrences were to happen from this point and questions were still not being answered. The first calls for referendums are being heard and there is an underlined current of distrust towards the houses of Parliament and the Monarchy being forged in people who would not normally do such.
Under guidance, Parliament and the Monarchy still complied with all they were told to do through suggestion to allow the discontent to rise among the people, forever questioning, but receiving no answers, but realising in the end, they already have the key to the doorway of freedom from legal enslavement and have always had it, they just needed to be reminded of the fact….
At this point I shall end my story, as to be honest nothing more needs to be said regarding the history books and what is written within them. The past few decades and what has happened is self evident if you use the simple process I have shown within this story – when you realise that the same battle continues and can only have one true outcome. The duality of this on going war, is between two factions controlled by one not seen by many and another not seen by any, and that is the simple reality you are faced with.
What we are left with now is a monarchy that is legally castrated and a despotic parliament ruling via dictatorship through legal means, corporate in it’s conception and corporate in it’s inception, as what is, that gave birth to it. Even if the monarch did decide to help her people she has lost their will and without this nothing can be done, that is why parliament run’s amok ever seemingly more powerful by everyday of it’s existence. Through the power of division; a simple corporate mechanism, the people themselves have turned from the only element that can actually save them, if who they would turn too, would in fact do their job properly.
Knowing, that she cannot put down what ails her, as it is to painful a realisation to face, as she is engulfed by pomp and circumstance, position and status, that she can never be free of, whilst what exist – exists. But not so long ago Elizabeth received a wide awakening regarding the value of all life and through this knows that none of her kind can ever replace her, the time has come for that to be done by someone else and she knows the king makers have this in hand, as they have everything in hand. In that realisation, Elizabeth was reminded of what oath she did take, not the legal one, the true one – and through realising the value of all life, she realised to value all life, then she must honour that oath to do so and allow the people of the world, for once and for all, to be free.
As the eye’s of the world look upon this island, an old way will once more begin. And the notion that is true kingship, will become very much apparent within all our lives. So apparent will this become, none will be able to ignore it’s simplicity, or fail to realise, it is the only way humanity will eventually be free. From the people and of the people, the king makers king…. by Order of John of the Mount.
To be honest, it can be said, to write a comprehensive version of history would possibly take a life time to complete and many have wasted their lives doing so, but I am sure they felt the recompense was worth it. I have selected only certain parts, events and occurrences deliberately and expressed a simple perspective, but there is a method in what would be seen as my madness. I have written this story to show the simplicity of what I have suggested within it and to highlight the fact that it is completely plausible. I know many of you will disagree with this and that is your right to do so, because after all it is just a story – or is it? x