Does monarchy make Britain a laughingstock??

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    lose it..............................................
     
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    No.
     
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    I admire the pomp. It's the circumstance that gives me the willies.
     
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    imo yes, I would cut their heads off if it was up to me do like the french did
     
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    In my view, they are just wealthy traitors .. :mad:

    They have allowed the UK to become controlled by the EU (ie Germany), the politicians to suppress free-speech, and the country to be over-run by blacks and asians.

    http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/pic/medium/6/6995.jpg

    If the 'royals' all disappeared tomorrow I would be pleased .. :eusa_angel:
     
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    However much I like them, there's an element of truth in Retro's accusations of treachery. After all, the monarch is meant to be the defender of the realm; and Queen Elizabeth II has done precious little in curbing the creeping influence the EU has over our affairs. And I supported Nigel Farage when he opted out of applauding Prince Charles' praise of the EU. Charles is an out-of-touch infant who should be kept well away from the intricacies of international politics.


    PS. I'm sick to my back teeth of Kate bloody Middleton.
     
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