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Posted on 07/20/2004 1:45:03 PM PDT by jesterbr549
The Peerage by David Hill
The Royal Factor in Presidential Elections
There is some information that the American Public should be made aware of when it comes time to cast their vote for the Presidential Candidates this fall.
It is a KNOWN FACT, according to Burke's Peerage, that the Presidential Candidate with the most Royal Blood ALWAYS WINS THE ELECTION. In an article dated October 25, 2000 and which, apparently, originated with ABC News from London (URL below) via reporter Tony Eufinger, they had this to say about our elections, "'The presidential candidate with the most royal genes and chromosomes has, up to now, ALWAYS won the White House,' say the researchers at Burkes Peerage."
Now, this is an extremely revealing statement, to say the least. We are not talking about half of the time (as one would expect) or even the majority of the time (which one might be inclined to believe), but EVERY TIME. An explanation for this FACT must be presented to the American Republic, and, really, to the World at large.
The Experts in the field - Burke's Peerage - equate this phenomenon to the candidates "genes and chromosomes" in the quote above which not only defies logic and Mathematical Probability, but is about as unscientific and unreal and unlikely as the candidates jeans and kodachromes being the deciding factor in EVERY election.
The article went on to state that Buckingham Palace had nothing to say about this puzzle...
Perhaps Jack Edward (URL below) provides us with a little more insight into this subject when he says, "In 1992, we called Burke's Peerage and asked if they had done any research into Clinton's lineage. We were told that they had not done a genealogical search on his ancestry. It seemed strange to us at the time that they denied knowing anything about Clinton. Shortly afterward, we came across an AP story that linked Clinton to a Gypsy king - citing Burke's Peerage as a source. We again called Burke's Peerage and repeated our request. Again, they told us that no work had been done. That's when we read the article to the person on the phone, naming Harold Brooks-Baker as a source. She then admitted that they had done some work on the genealogy. She said that we should talk with Harold Brooks-Baker, himself. She requested that we fax a letter and request a reply. We did as she asked. Two days later, having received no reply, we called again. This time, we were able to get Mr. Harold Brooks-Baker on the phone. He asked why we wanted the information, and said he would have to clear our request with Washington. He said, 'It's a very touchy subject.' He talked like there might be something to hide."
There is only ONE EXPLANATION for this FACT and that is what is known as the Peerage, and, it is based on the more Noble person being given the prominence in any particular situation; be it who sits closest to the Prince at the Dinner Table, or who is given the stewardship of any particular governance position in the Kingdom. This is such a serious subject that a perceived deviation from the Peerage system almost resulted in a war between France and Spain in the Middle Ages.
In other words; the Throne in England has been putting the more 'noble' candidate in office in America for about 200 years, in order to cover their assets in their colony here in America (and whatever other nation on the globe that they consider to be part of their "Sun-Never-Sets-On-The" Neo British Empire).
Just how this situation came to be is another whole Editorial in and of itself which is not the purpose of this paper. But for those interested there are many Sites on the Net that would be more than happy to tell you what they know.
The fact remains that the British Monarchy (and assuredly the other ones in Europe) have considerably more power and influence in Global affairs then we have been led to believe and should cause every nation and their citizens to re-evaluate what the situation really is in their own respective countries. Are they, in reality, slaves to the Crown through their respective Feudal Lords?
The Truth shall set you free...
Jack Edward http://www.asis.com/~stag/uspres.html
ABC News article http://www.thedossier.ukonline.co.uk/Web%20Pages/ABC%20NEWS_Royal%20Red%20Carpet%20is%20Path%20to%20White%20House.htm
The Horizon : http://www.geocities.com/jesterbr549/index.html
Its nonsense. The same bs made the rounds before the last election, and they were wrong...unless Bush changed his name to Gore while I wasn't looking.
Ya really are a jester, arncha.
Wanna bet this jester speaks French? I hope so. I want to know the French word for "surrender".
We do! We do!
"the Throne in England has been putting the more 'noble' candidate in office in America for about 200 years"
Funny, there was the American Revolution, AND the War of 1812.
I also seem to recall that the British army surrendered to US both times.
He probably speaks Belgian French..
To Scott - If we controlled the Crown, the Peerage system would not be affecting the elections in this Country. The FACT that it is, proves just the opposite. Burke's Peerage is the expert in the field and they are certainly not lying and ABC News are an acknowledged leader in the field and they, obviously, are not lying either.
If the Queen of the Dorks had taken the time to read the article from ABC News, he would have seen that Bush was elected because his blood was bluer than Gores. They were not wrong - you are. I remind you that Heraldry is a SCIENCE and is admissable in a court of Law as EVIDENCE.
Obviously you don't know facts when they are presented to you. You think the only governmental corruption is in the Democratic camp and, therefore, it is much easier for you to leave you head in the sand (and your surrendered arses in the air), then to do something about the situation. If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem and, obviously, you are certainly not part of the solution.
I recommended you read Stephen Ames' (the Political Prisoner) material on the Queen giving orders that affect the Social Security payments you all still make to the Throne.
And, I hate to disappoint you but I don't speak French and, in fact, I am assuredly more American that you will ever be...
I'm not Scott, thank you very much.
The fact that you're believing something that has been proven to be bunk shows something, but I doubt you'll figure out what.
I suppose next you'll tell us that you're more conservative than the rest of us as well.
A 'true conservative' perhaps?
ABC News is a liar's union who'd say whatever they needed to say to spin a John Kerry win.
ABC has suppressed news that would harm their position.
IF you were a conservative, or even knew any facts at all, you'd be hesitant to quote ABC as a source for anything factual or expert.
How much royal blood have the presidents had versus their opponents?
Is that just a typo or do you always assume that "queen" is a reference to something other than female royalty?
I don't give a damn what the article states. I have been following politics actively since I was in the single digits and I can assure you, the peerage nonsense is just that--nonsense. Before the debacle that was the 2000 elections, Gore was picked out to be the winner because he had the bluest blood. If you have the next week free, I can give you a crash course in genealogy, including a specific two-day seminar on the genealogical inaccuracies of Burke's. Genealogy could be considered a science. Burke's version of genealogy couldn't be considered a science whatsoever.
I remind you that Heraldry is a SCIENCE and is admissable in a court of Law as EVIDENCE.
Are you writing to us from across the merrie little pond? American courts rely on DNA. Cite me one single case in the US which occurred in the last, oh, let's say 30 years which proves me wrong.
Should we put alert RKBA to be on stand by?
Standby with malice.
And bring extra garrotes.
Call up the kitties!
ROTFLMAO! Tinfoil is in this year. I heard it from Burke.
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