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My ancestors kicked the shit out of her ancestor's army, that's about all Liz means to me.
Bye Liz, we haadly knew ya
 

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The way the US LameStream Media is obsessing over Queen Lizzie and the rest of the monarchy, one would think the Redcoats won the Revolutionary War.:Do_O
Which makes me wonder what news story is being kept from us for the duration...?
 

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Which makes me wonder what news story is being kept from us for the duration...?

Biden's historic and historically disastrous Sermon From Hell.
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The Queen ‘warned butler to beware of dark forces at work’​

By Steve Bird and Sam Lister
Wednesday November 06 2002, 12.00am GMT,
The Times

PAUL BURRELL claimed last night that the Queen warned him that there were dark forces at work in Britain that could threaten him.

The former butler said the warning was issued during a three-hour meeting soon after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997. He said the Queen looked him in the eye and said: “There are powers at work in this country about which we have no knowledge.”

She is said to have added: “Be careful, Paul, no one has been as close to a member of my family as you have.”

Mr Burrell told the Daily Mirror: “She made sure I knew she was being deadly serious. I had no idea who she was talking about. There were many she could

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Queen 'warned butler of danger'​

Burrell says monarch spoke of 'powers at work'

The former royal butler Paul Burrell today claimed that the Queen warned him his close relationship with Princess Diana could put him in danger.

In his first interview since being acquitted of stealing Diana's personal treasures, Mr Burrell said the Queen had urged him to vigilant. "There are powers at work in this country about which we have no knowledge," he said she told him.

It was the Queen's intervention, recollecting that she had spoken to him, which forced the trial's collapse last week. Mr Burrell had told her of his intention to hold some of Diana's papers for safekeeping.

He was only speaking out now, he said, because he feared the Queen's reputation was being damaged by speculation over her 11th-hour intervention.

Once described by Diana as her "rock", Mr Burrell turned down lucrative offers to sell his story before agreeing a deal with the Daily Mirror - worth a reported £300,000. In his account of the three-hour meeting at Buckingham Palace, he told the paper: "I told Her Majesty I intended to protect the princess's world and keep safe her secrets. The Queen responded by nodding her approval and smiling."

Mr Burrell, 44, said he had no idea about whom the Queen was speaking when she gave her warning, but she had made clear she was "deadly serious". "There were many she could have been referring to. But she was clearly warning me to be vigilant."

He also said he had given detectives an explanation for every single item that had been taken from his Cheshire home in a police swoop.

A palace spokeswoman would not comment on Mr Burrell's allegations: "It was a private meeting. There were only two people in the room and it is confidential."

The interview was published hours after lawyers for Mr Burrell confirmed he had been granted an injunction against the Sun, to prevent the paper publishing further disclosures from statements he made about the princess during the investigation. Last night Lord Carlile QC, his defence counsel, alleged the confidential "proof of evidence" statements had been stolen from the defence team.

While the Mirror was trumpeting its success in signing Mr Burrell yesterday, other tabloids ran spoiling operations, quoting extensively from a leaked 39-page statement the butler gave police.

Among the more salacious details was a claim that Diana begged heart surgeon Hasnat Khan to marry her, and that the butler had smuggled Diana's lovers into Kensington Palace in the boot of his car.

The statement is also said to have disclosed how he and the princess would drive around Paddington station giving £50 notes to prostitutes so they would stop work and go home.

The injunction was granted minutes before "sensational new details" would have been printed in today's first editions of the Sun. The interim injunction, granted until Monday, bans the publication of "any extract from Paul Burrell's two witness statements", and any further statements belonging to the prosecution.

News Group Newspapers was ordered to "preserve and deliver up" to Mr Burrell's solicitor all such documentation. Mr Justice Eady also ordered that nothing be published which could be "reasonably understood to convey" to any person reading the Sun that Mr Burrell had "voluntarily provided information for publication or authorised information for publication when he had not done so".

Earlier, friends of Earl Spencer briefed newspapers that he was furious Mr Burrell had decided to sell his story.

"The family gave him £50,000 as a thank you for all he had done for their sister," another source told the Press Association.