The Rebellion Happy Saturday everyone! Hope you all had a great week and are ready for a relaxing weekend. So, I know I promised that my messages would be filled with hope from now on and this post will be no different, but first I must present some sobering facts about the world we live … Continue reading Depression-Is There No Hope?
If you're getting sick of British royal posts, relax I'm almost done. Like in the prior English and Scottish kingdoms, the wife of a King is a Queen - the Queen of Great Britain prior to 1801, and the Queen of the United Kingdom since then - while the husband of a Queen does not … Continue reading The British Royal Consorts
Just another political wake-up call. https://youtu.be/8nfstgDFQSI US Election 2020: The 'dead voters' in Michigan who are still aliveBy Jack Goodman, Christopher Giles, Olga Robinson and Jake HortonBBC Reality Check14 November 2020 Roberto Garcia told us: "I'm definitely alive and I definitely voted for Biden!" Donald Trump's supporters have claimed that thousands of votes were cast … Continue reading The “Dead Democrat Voters” Who Are Very Much Alive
They almost never make the news until years later, but Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the British Royal Family have been the target of several assassination attempts - and planned attempts - over the years. And some of them came close; HM almost didn't become the longest reigning British monarch. The two attempts … Continue reading That Time the Queen Was Almost Murdered
Despite the common incorrect conflation of English and British, the British monarchy first came into existence in 1707, when the Kingdom of England (which included Wales) and the Kingdom of Scotland merged to form the Kingdom of Great Britain. This country existed until 1801, when it merged with the Kingdom of Ireland to form the … Continue reading The British Monarchs
The wife of a King of England was titled Queen, while the husband of a Queen did not get a title upgrade. Queen consorts were thus titled Queen of the Anglo-Saxons from 886 until 927, Queen of the English from 927 until 1154, and Queen of England from 1154 until England ceased to be an … Continue reading The English Royal Consorts