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Prince Charles is a big fan of his booze, and here are the pictures to prove it.



Is the future King an alcoholic? British injustices may eventually come home to roost as Brits, Australians and other Commonwealth nations realize the scale of abuses domestically, most especially the way the police operate as a form of Gestapo, to quash the reporting of crimes. The latest scandal being the award of KG to Tony Blair, having been accused of war crimes.


It is alleged that under the present constitutional monarchy, Council's in England have been allowed to run amok, ruining citizens lives with lies as to history and institutionalised discrimination, as malicious vendettas. The Crown has persistently failed to address the injustices, demonstrating their part in perpetuating an unjust system with humans rights limited as to effective remedies.





There are many good reasons for replacing the present Constitutional Monarchy, where it is perceived on the world stage as being unfit for purpose for all the reasons stated, and many as yet unstated or investigated - for the inability or unwillingness of Parliament to discuss such matters transparently.


Clearly, this is a major defect in United Nations Sustainability Development Goal terms, where transparency and strong institutions are targets under SDG 16 and SDG17. The Monarchy has proved to be unwilling to discuss matters relating to bringing the UK into international disrepute, arising from the abdication of Edward VIII, and now the sex scandal with the former Prince, now Andrew Mountbatten-Windsor.


The proposal is that the Royal family should have their HRH titles and state functions discontinued, but retain a level of dignity in private life, befitting their former roles and standing - free of interference - as per Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights; Article 12 of the Universal Declaration.


Crown estates will/would remain just that, in the ownership of the Nation, with a view to becoming Heritage attractions, with property owned privately (such as Sandringham and Balmoral) remaining privately owned by Elizabeth and/or other registered title owners. 


There is no need for the equivalent of public head lopping, hangings and imprisonment as with the violent abolition of the monarchy with Charles I in February 1649. If Andrew is charged in the UK, and convicted, he would be imprisoned like anyone else. Even where some of his peers might like a return to the axe.


If Mr Mountbatten-Windsor manages to pull off a deal with Virginia Giuffre, so much the better. But the stigma would remain, unless the deal is revealed in detail, and that detail tends to restore some level of public confidence.


The departure of Harry and Megan, and the success they have made of their lives independently and outside the UK, serves as a model for other former royals, as in carving a career for themselves - against all odds. 






Crimes committed by a nation against it's own citizens are dealt with by the International Criminal Court, as per the Rome Statute. This is where the State concerned refuses to accept they are acting illegally. Nobody is above the law, including royalty by birth.



We need to give a paddle back to British voters. To enable them to navigate the present Shit Creek, the United Kingdom has got itself into - where leadership is lax, policies even worse, and the City of London works to launder drug money internationally, allegedly.




Charles I was executed in 1649, as a tyrant and enemy of the people: public enemy



Tyrant and public enemy. Charles I was executed in 1649, and the monarchy abolished.




The victors in the Second Civil War were not merciful to those who had brought war into the land again. On the evening of the surrender of Colchester, Sir Charles Lucas and Sir George Lisle were shot. Laugharne, Poyer and Powel were sentenced to death, but Poyer alone was executed on 25 April 1649, being the victim selected by lot. Of five prominent Royalist peers who had fallen into the hands of Parliament, three, the Duke of Hamilton, the Earl of Holland, and Lord Capel, one of the Colchester prisoners, were beheaded at Westminster on 9 March.


Above all, after long hesitations, even after renewal of negotiations, the Army and the Independents conducted "Pride's Purge" of the House removing their ill-wishers, and created a court for the trial and sentence of King Charles I. At the end of the trial the 59 Commissioners (judges) found Charles I guilty of high treason, as a "tyrant, traitor, murderer and public enemy". He was beheaded on a scaffold in front of the Banqueting House of the Palace of Whitehall on 30 January 1649. (After the Restoration in 1660, the regicides who were still alive and not living in exile were either executed or sentenced to life imprisonment.) 

A feature common to these civil disturbances, is that the royals came back into power, again. But this was at a different time before other hard fought for democracies were established. The modern world is quite different. Despite looking back to our past, there is no going back in the electrical-digital age, to a time of wagon wheels, horse drawn carriages and castles.


The Commonwealth was the political structure during the period from 1649 to 1660 when England and Wales, later along with Ireland and Scotland, were governed as a republic after the end of the Second English Civil War and the trial and execution of Charles I. The republic's existence was declared through "An Act declaring England to be a Commonwealth", adopted by the Rump Parliament on 19 May 1649. Power in the early Commonwealth was vested primarily in the Parliament and a Council of State.

In 1653, after dissolution of the Rump Parliament, the Army Council adopted the Instrument of Government which made Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector of a united "Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland", inaugurating the period now usually known as the Protectorate.

In retrospect, the period of republican rule for England was a failure in the short term. During the 11-year period, no stable government was established to rule the English state for longer than a few months at a time. Several administrative structures were tried, and several Parliaments called and seated, but little in the way of meaningful, lasting legislation was passed.


The only force keeping it together was the personality of Oliver Cromwell, who exerted control through the military by way of the "Grandees", being the Major-Generals and other senior military leaders of the New Model Army. Not only did Cromwell's regime crumble into near anarchy upon his death and the brief administration of his son, but the monarchy he overthrew was restored in 1660, and its first act was officially to erase all traces of any constitutional reforms of the Republican period.


Still, the memory of the Parliamentarian cause, dubbed 'Good Old Cause' by the soldiers of the New Model Army, lingered on. It would carry through English politics and eventually result in a constitutional monarchy.

The Commonwealth period is better remembered for the military success of Thomas Fairfax, Oliver Cromwell, and the New Model Army. Besides resounding victories in the English Civil War, the reformed Navy under the command of Robert Blake defeated the Dutch in the First Anglo-Dutch War which marked the first step towards England's naval supremacy, no longer necessary for trade in a modern world.

Quite simply, the royals have not kept pace with technology, acting more as a brake on society in terms of human rights subjugation and climate friendly policies. Also including the closing of loopholes for major fraudsters and organized crime. Including planning and police corruption. Just lately, bringing the United Kingdom into disrepute, via a sex scandal, including the use of Crown property to entertain a person or persons thought to be acting illegally in the alleged trafficking of female prostitutes. That/those fact(s) apparently and allegedly, being hushed up, rather than openly reported to the authorities, reportedly, from as long ago as 2015.






Queen Elizabeth in her salad years with the Duke of Edinburgh as a loyal companion with military experience. Her Majesty has not held a high rank in the military, has no economics, business or legal qualifications, and no human rights qualifications, etc., yet is commander in chief of the armed forces and appoints our prime ministers. Clearly, the hereditary system does not benefit the voter/taxpayer.






Many people are asking if the Queen at 96 (in 2022), is up to the job. Or, if she is just hanging in there because of the scandals that the Royals now have to deal with, political and sexual. The monarchy has become increasingly dysfunctional, as many members of the family may no longer play an active role, and Prince Charles is already past 71, a time when other monarchs tend to pass the baton - even teetotal.




Queen Elizabeth, PR, on tour in Australian Commonwealth










NOW IS THE TIME FOR CHANGE - Under the present system where the Head of State is a royal, and there is no written constitution, politicians like David Cameron and Boris Johnson can lie with impunity - even to Queen Elizabeth - and not face penalties. Police officers can shoot unarmed civilians and not be sent to prison, and planning officers can deceive the Secretaries of State and High Court judges, and not be prosecuted. In effect, it is alleged that there is little justice in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. We aver that such machinations are costing the ordinary taxpayer, Treasury and the Crown (being the state) significant sums of money, while adding to the UK's carbon footprint. Hence, the country is not being run effectively by the at present; defective administration, not to serve its citizens, but to sustain and profit itself. Unlike the US Constitution of 1791 that exists to serve the people. The honours system does not help, rather undoing the idea of an award, where some recipients of awards are for not revealing the truth, denying appeals, etc. Rather, then doing anything heroic, creative or scientific.










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