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“The Queen has made a stand against the human rights abuses of some of the world’s worst unelected dictators by personally inviting them to join her for a champagne lunch at Windsor Castle.

Queen Elizabeth II was praised by human rights groups after she made the unprecedented move to underline her opposition to some of the world’s most oppressive regimes and she offered their leaders a particularly critical Windsor Lamb with braised potatoes, served with artichokes and peas.

During the exclusive meal the British monarch did not hold back on her criticisms of the brutal dictators, which included the King of Bahrain, whose regime is accused of a catalogue of human rights abuses, after she blasted the despots’ inhumane actions with a series of stinging delicacies such as tartlet of poached egg with English asparagus and a harshly critical vanilla Charlotte with strawberries.

She also personally expressed her dismay at their human right’s records by individually and pointedly shaking the hands of every guest and joking with them as they arrived at the castle in a convoy of black chauffeur-driven cars.

Human Right’s Watch issued a statement praising the Queen’s stance against tyranny:


We are very happy the Queen has finally clearly showed without any ambiguity what she thinks about human rights abuses around the world.”

A spokesperson for King Mswati of Swaziland, who Human Rights Watch says lives in opulent luxury while his 1.2 million subjects live in poverty, said:

After seeing how your Queen deals with human suffering in the UK, the King is prepared to improve the human rights records in Swaziland by regularly eating more Welsh lamb and will be looking into whether abuses of civil liberties can be better addressed by eating more strawberry tarts.””

By Truro_Kernow Posted: December 03, 2012

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  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 04 2012, 12:10AM

    Some say the royal parasites are popular in Kernow, maybe in England as well. Hitler was immensely popular, Mussolini too. Why, thinking about it, every Prime Minister is popular for a while. Then the truth dawns. The Windsor Saxe Coburg Gotha family - born survivors at public expense, naturally! Kernow bys vyken!

  • Tstrunk  |  December 04 2012, 9:41AM

    Just what kind of person writes something like that? People of Cornwall love 'The Royal Family' I take it you and the rest of MK have a very different view which you'd do well to change if you want the backing of the people of Cornwall.

  • Slimslad  |  December 04 2012, 1:57PM

    Nobody of any worth wrote that,Tstrunk. It was "cobbled together", with a mix of personal opinion and news reports from May, 2012. There is one thing that does ring true, however. "Hitler was immensely popular", especially with the founders of the Celtic League.

  • Tstrunk  |  December 04 2012, 4:37PM

    "Hitler was immensely popular", especially with the founders of the Celtic League." That is the quote of the day. That is not true is it?

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 04 2012, 6:04PM

    Hitler was also popular with members of the Windsor Sax Cobourg Gotha family as well, wasn't he? His protege in London was well supported by Northcliffe Media too. Then again, Harry likes to dress up as a Nazi too, doesn't he? Perhaps he is basing his love of the Nazis on the Duke of Edinburgh's brother-in-law, Prince Christoph of Hesse, who was a member of the SS. Shall we continue into the English connection with tha Nazi Party? There's loads more. Kernow bys vyken!

  • Slimslad  |  December 04 2012, 7:15PM

    "Hitler was immensely popular", especially with the founders of the Celtic League." http://tinyurl.com/cmr5brl It is true. As is the fact that Prince George, Duke of Kent, was killed in a plane crash on 25 August 1942 and The Duke of Edinburgh served in the Royal Navy from 1939 to 1952, seeing active service throughout the Second World War.

  • Slimslad  |  December 04 2012, 7:19PM

    The "smoke and mirrors" from Craig does not hide the fact that there were Nazi collaborators amongst the"Celts" in Europe, who scuttled off to Ireland and lived under a death sentence for years.(Not under their own names, of course).

  • Tstrunk  |  December 04 2012, 7:56PM

    "Hitler was also popular with members of the Windsor Sax Cobourg Gotha family as well, wasn't he?" So it is all the queens fault and you believe she is well into the Hitler idea, right. Tell us more about this, I don't seem to believe you.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 04 2012, 11:37PM

    Ask one of Lizzy's grandsons about the Nazis pard. After all, Wills did marry on Hitler's wedding day and we all know how Harry loves to wear nazi unforms. I don't believe much of the rubbish you post either but there it is. It is of course well documented that the royal family originally came from Germany and changed its name from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to Windsor during the First World War. This is of course irrelevant, if we are going to have a royal family, I see nothing wrong in getting them from Germany. If talent does not matter, why should we bother about nationality. The problem was not that the royal family was German in the 1930s but that several of its members were sympathetic towards Hitler. We all know about the activities of the Duke of Windsor (the former Edward VIII). One of the main reasons why he was forced to abdicate was his close relationship with Hitler's government. Even as late at 1970 the Duke of Windsor was saying that he "never thought Hitler was such a bad chap". After all, he was anti-communist wasn't he? Recently released files (2003) show that the Nazis planned to reinstall Edward as king in order that he could become "director of England's destiny after the war". Edward was not the only member of the royal family who was sympathetic to Hitler. George VI's diaries and letters written in the 1930s make a fascinating read. They show that George was not concerned with the atrocities being committed by Hitler and was doing everything he could to support Neville Chamberlain's appeasement policy. In fact, his campaign was unconstitutional and was the last example in history of the monarchy trying to influence major political decisions in the UK. George and Edward were not alone in these pro-German views. It was mainstream thought amongst the aristocracy. Recently released files on the Right Club shows a network of aristocrats and retired military officers willing to campaign for a negotiated peace with Germany in 1939 and 1940. Some of these characters were willing to provide Germany with official secrets.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 04 2012, 11:37PM

    The Right Club, a secret organization, was infiltrated by Joan Miller, the mistress of Maxwell Knight, the head of B5b, a unit of MI5 that conducted the monitoring of political subversion. Knight, the former Director of Intelligence of the British Fascisti (BF), was reluctant to take action against this group. However, someone tipped off Winston Churchill and when he became prime minister he insisted that members of the group should be arrested. Aristocrats like Lord Redesdale, Duke of Wellington, Duke of Westminster, Marquess of Graham, Lord Sempill, Earl of Galloway, etc. were allowed to go free. However, two members, Anna Wolkoff and Tyler Kent, were arrested and convicted for spying. Their main crime was that they had foreign backgrounds. Archibald Ramsay, the Tory MP, was also arrested and although guilty of spying for Germany, his case was covered up and was eventually released from prison in September 1944. After the war the royal family did what it could to maintain the Nazi connection. Prince Michael married the daughter of Baron Gunther von Reibnitz, a Nazi Party member and an honorary member of the SS. Elizabeth married Prince Philip. He came from a pro-fascist family. His brother-in-law, Prince Christoph of Hesse was a member of the SS. In fact, Elizabeth's marriage to Philip caused problems and the government refused permission for several of his relatives to enter Britain and attend the wedding. Read all about 'em: http://tinyurl.com/oxlxw http://tinyurl.com/bg3ka5s http://tinyurl.com/aahcod7 Read all about Phil's views on eugenics as well. Shall I quote? He hopes to be "reincarnated as a deadly virus'' to help solve the "population problem" Still love your royals? A little more then: http://tinyurl.com/awrxwae Kernow bys vyken!

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 04 2012, 11:47PM

    But what I admire most of all is the Rastafarians view of the 'royal' family: http://tinyurl.com/czs25hb Makes good reading does it not? You might have rose tinted spectacles 'Tstrunk' , but I and others from all over think slightly differently. Incidentally, before your current incarnation, what were you posting under? Your style is somehow familiar. Kernow bys vyken!

  • Tstrunk  |  December 05 2012, 12:14AM

    Is that it? TK you make me laugh all really interesting and you should report these people for war crimes.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 05 2012, 1:41AM

    Much much more about the Nazi loving Windsor Sax Cobourg Gotha family: http://tinyurl.com/cknc8ms http://tinyurl.com/dye2g3c Support for Nazi-style genocide has always been at the heart of House of Windsor policy, and long after the abdication of Edward VIII, the Merry Windsors maintained their direct Nazi links: http://tinyurl.com/3fs7lyc Yes Tstrunk, it's hilarious. Tell that to the families of the millions who died. The Nuremburg Trials were not exhaustive and members of your royal family should have stood trial. Yes, it is laughable as you say. Laughable that idiots such as you hero worship those who were and still are complicit in mass murder. Makes you real proud to be English, does it? These poor souls found the actions of your royals laughable as well. Look what they said as they fell off their chairs in mirth: "A spokesman for the Board of Deputies of British Jews said of Prince Harry: "It's not a joke to dress up as a Nazi, especially as we come up to the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. It is important that everybody remembers the evil that the Nazis were responsible for." Everyone except you and your beloved royal ******* apparently Tstrunk? Perhaps you would care to join them in their next naked royal romp, all at taxpayers' expense, of course? Kernow bys vyken!

  • Tstrunk  |  December 05 2012, 10:07AM

    TK, With regards to thieving and murdering ancestors. I'm fairly certain, that you have thieving and murdering ancestors. We all do. in blaming the Queen, Philip and Harry etc, can't you see the problem? could be it is like blaming the German people for the same thing, your absolutely off your tree! But labelling people as 'Nazis' is a mistake if that is what the point you are making. And as for the other point in one of your links who runs Britain I'd place my money on the uk Parliment.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 05 2012, 10:38AM

    I have lived a littel longer than 40 years. Tell your buddy slimslad that fact Tstrunk. He is obsessed with the founders of the current Celtic League, founded apparently in 1964 by Breton people who may have had connections with the Nazis diring the occupation of France by the Germans 1940 to 1944. Reading his comments both here and those lifted and recorded onto a certain facebook site, he appears to have mentioned this on countless occasions down the past two years. I know all about history, rest assured. I am also fairly well versed on internet trolls. Kernow bys vyken!

  • Tstrunk  |  December 05 2012, 10:51AM

    "facebook site, " Post the link.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 05 2012, 11:12AM

    No. It's a closed group where we record and discuss certain English Nationalists. Fell free to ask your buddy slimslad about some of his comments all over the net though. Kernow bys vyken!

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 05 2012, 12:19PM

    No. Wrong again. Nothing at all to do with the Celtic League. And as for childish, I view you as infantile and indeed an English Nationalist. Kernow bys vyken!

  • Slimslad  |  December 05 2012, 12:49PM

    "It's a closed group where we record and discuss certain English Nationalists." They think it is "closed". LOL

  • Slimslad  |  December 05 2012, 12:54PM

    Tell your buddy slimslad that fact Tstrunk. He is obsessed with the founders of the current Celtic League, founded apparently in 1964 by Breton people who may have had connections with the Nazis diring, (sic), the occupation of France by the Germans 1940 to 1944. No "apparently" or "may" about it. These men were wanted war-criminals.

  • Slimslad  |  December 09 2012, 4:12PM

    "No "apparently" or "may" about it. These men were wanted war-criminals." There was never any reply to this post. I wonder why?

  • CallingtonFox  |  December 09 2012, 9:24PM

    "There was never any reply to this post." Shock and surprise.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 09 2012, 11:38PM

    War criminals fishy and fox? Would you like a list of the many ex Nazis who went to work for the British and Americans after the war? It was called 'Operation Paperclip'. Happy to supply more than enough names to keep you amused. Meanwhile, nice facts, nice pictures: http://tinyurl.com/bxo9j6o Shock and surprise! Kernow bys vyken!

  • JJLee  |  December 10 2012, 7:50AM

    http://tinyurl.com/6k6z8ko In particular I would point to three Bretons - Yann Goulet, Alan Heussaff and Yann Fouere - who were respected members of the republican-nationalist cultural establishment. Contrary to a carefully cultivated impression these three (a) were not noble Breton nationalists but collaborated with the Nazi security forces in Brittany and (b) enjoyed the esteem of what I call armchair Ailesbury Road republicans until the end.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 10 2012, 1:50PM

    I believe Wernher Magnus Maximilian, Freiherr von Braun may have collaborated a bit too. That did not stop him being recruited by the USA. Shall I go on to list those in the British Establishment including the then owner of the Daily Mail newspaper who were Nazi collaborators? Your nonsense does not wash I am afraid. Even your Royals were awed by Adolf - and might still be judging by the latest offspring. Indeed, shall we discuss what happened in the Crown Dependencies in the channel Islands? Kernow bys vyken!

  • Slimslad  |  December 10 2012, 8:19PM

    "Indeed, shall we discuss what happened in the Crown Dependencies in the channel Islands(sic)? They were invaded by the Nazis during the Second World War. Nothing "fishy" there?

  • JJLee  |  December 11 2012, 8:00AM

    You really will say anything to avoid posting on topic, endless name calling, A fine example of MK on these forums. I have never seen slimslad post anything related to EDL the only activist here is you, stop trying to drag the conversation down to the level you operate on.

  • Truro_Kernow  |  December 11 2012, 9:04AM

    I am not a member yet squeaky. Thinking about applying though. And what you and fishy and crew post marks you all out for what you are. Yes, I am active. Not a troll like you. Kernow bys vyken!

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