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Queen Elizabeth II in Ireland and Home Rule for England

A week after the epoch-making visit of ‘the Queen of England’ (as the Irish and many others call her) and her expression of the repentance of the British Establishment for its crimes against Ireland, we are able to reflect on it.

First of all we must pay tribute to her personally. Brought up at a time when the British Empire existed, yet she has had the courage to overcome her conditioning. Thus, she has visited the first overseas colony of the British Establishment, settled in the twelfth century, which finally won partial freedom just before she was born. It is a curious fact that Queen Elizabeth was able to visit Germany only a generation after the end of the Second World War and yet, like her recent ancestors, she had never been able to visit our nearest neighbour until now.

This visit marks the beginning of the end of British decolonisation at home. Having given up the spiritual burden of virtually all its colonies abroad since 1945, the Norman-founded British Establishment elite is now facing its final challenge at home, giving up its first and last colonies, those of Ireland (still partially under British control), of Scotland, of Wales and, of course, of England.

The prospects for full Irish independence look good. It can surely only be a matter of time before ‘Catholics’ outnumber ‘Protestants’ in ‘Ulster’ and, perhaps after a period of dual or transitional government, the island of Ireland at last becomes one again.

Scotland now has a Scottish National government for the first time since 1707. A referendum on some form of at least partial Scottish independence, probably in the form of autonomy or ‘home rule’, will be held within the next five years.

Wales already has its own Parliament or ‘Assembly’, which, as in Scotland, is also seeking more powers.

Only England is left to be exploited by the Norman Establishment elite of public-school, Latin-speaking bureaucrats (Blair/Cameron/Clegg/Milliband....). They, after all, so cunningly destroyed the Grammar School system, which were the only way in which representatives of the people were once able to gain access to higher education and so seats of government. Thus, mafia-like and under the blind of egalitarianism for the masses (and so not for them – for some are more equal than others), they conserved the elite positions for themselves.

However, there is a movement for an English Parliament and also small parties that look for English Independence. With the House of Lords little more than useless, stuffed with cronies of political party leaders and other unelected time-servers, could it not become the ideal location for the first English Parliament (Witan) since 1066? Perhaps it could be renamed ‘The House of England’? Perhaps its members could be elected for each shire, in proportion to the votes cast for them. This would leave the House of Commons free as a meeting place for elected representatives from the Four Nations.

Even the Royal House itself, today German (Saxe-Coburg-Gotha), previously Dutch (the House of Orange), Scottish (Stuart), Welsh (Tudor) and French (Plante-un-genet), is rapidly becoming native English, reverting to the bloodline of the last King of England, the assassinated Harold (+ 1066). Thus, the Queen’s recently married grandson is half-English and if he has children, they will be three-quarters English.

Some have spoken of the Irish ‘showing maturity’ by inviting the Queen, the descendant of their oppressors, to their country. However, what is required now is for the English to show maturity, and so find themselves, by proclaiming ‘Independence for England’, home rule for England after the 950 years of oppression of the Norman-founded Establishment.

When this Denormanisation happens, it may be that the Four Nations of the Isles, England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, their peoples of inextricably mixed Anglo-Celtic blood, having found separation, may find a new unity. This unity would be without the eighteenth-century Imperialist Union Flag and ‘Rule Britannia’ and the recent and artificial title of ‘United Kingdom’ (UK). Instead, it could be a unity of self-governing equals, working together and helping one another in an Anglo-Celtic Confederation (ACC), that very one which already existed in the first millennium.

And so it is that we witness history unwinding itself and each people finding its appointed place in history and so retrieving its true destiny.

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