Religious Warfare In Europe and America

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Meghan has got to take the Reigns of History in her family, because Charles resigned from this honor – when he had pimples. He is weak! A Mamma’s Boy who set his sons up for failure – when they were born. Meghan has got to demand the best historian in Britain come to live with her for a year, and tell her the truth, tell her who her family – is! Charles taught them nothing!

Here he is with Anne Armstrong on her ranch – the largest in Texas. She has more balls than – the Queen! Could she ride better than Elizabeth? Look at that insipid look on his face. That’s Alfred E. Nueman. What a jerk – Anne is thinking.

“Put a hat on it, you royal clown! Jeez! The War of Religions was fought to put this Woos on the thrown? Lord help us!”

Meghan is kin to Solms Braunsfels.

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Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels – Wikipedia

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It was during his service with the cavalry that Carl read books about Texas and became interested in joining the Adelsverein. Appointed its Commissioner General in 1844,[6] he was the motivating force for the first colony of German emigrants to Texas. He arrived on Texas soil in July 1844, making an exploratory tour as advisor to the Adelsverein, which owned the rights to the Fisher–Miller Land Grant.[7] Subsequently Carl purchased an additional 1,300 acres (5.3 km2) on the Guadalupe River on behalf of the Adelsverein, where he established the colony of New Braunfels, Texas.[8] His vision cleared the path for John O. Meusebach to follow in 1845 as the organizer, negotiator and political force needed for community-building structure in the “New Germany”.[9]

In anticipation of his marriage to Maria Josephine Sophie, Prince Solms formed plans to build “Sophie’s Castle”, laying the cornerstone in New Braunfels in 1845.[10] Sophie refused to leave Germany, and Carl never returned to Texas after his 3 December 1845 marriage to her.

Prince Of Wales Tour Of America – 24th October 1977 – Prince Charles And Tobin Armstrong At The Armstrong Ranch Near Kingsville Texas. …royalty

Prince Of Wales Tour Of America – 24th October 1977 – Prince Charles And Tobin Armstrong At The Armstrong Ranch Near Kingsville Texas. …royalty

The Kenedy County ranch had been in the Armstrong family since the 19th century. Tobin Armstrong’s grandfather, John Armstrong III, who settled it, had earned his fame as the Texas Ranger who captured notorious outlaw John Wesley Hardin.

Anne Armstrong, at 80; served as US ambassador to Britain

Prince Charles of Britain visited the Armstrong Ranch in South Texas with Anne Armstrong in October 1977. 

Prince Charles of Britain visited the Armstrong Ranch in South Texas with Anne Armstrong in October 1977. (David Adame/The Corpus Christi Caller-Times)

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Associated Press / August 1, 2008

McALLEN, Texas – Anne Armstrong, a longtime powerful Republican who served as US ambassador to Great Britain in the Ford administration, died yesterday, her office said. She was 80.

Ms. Armstrong had battled cancer and had been in a Houston-area hospice for about a week, her assistant Kay Hicks said.

Ms. Armstrong and her husband, Tobin, were Republican stalwarts. She was a national leader of the Republican Party and a Cabinet-level adviser to Presidents Nixon and Ford.

Ms. Armstrong’s name was again in the news in 2006 when Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot and wounded a fellow hunter during an outing at the Armstrong family’s ranch in South Texas.

She was the first woman to serve as US ambassador to Great Britain, taking the post in 1976.

At her swearing-in, Ford quipped that his wife was “always needling me” to appoint women to such posts. Ms. Armstrong replied, “I have the feeling Abigail Adams would have been just as excited as Betty Ford and I” about her selection.

A couple of months into her tenure, The New York Times reported that the British had “taken an instant liking to her . . . because she is visible and direct and informal without turning informality into a cloying, down-home soupiness.”

More recently, Ms. Armstrong was an adviser on foreign intelligence to Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush.

“Her public service was exemplary and set a high standard for all who recognized that government service is vitally important to our way of life,” George H.W. Bush said in a statement. “Anne was a great sportsman, fantastic shot, and a wonderful friend to the Bush family. We send condolences to her family and mourn her death.”

Tobin Armstrong died in 2005. They had been married for 55 years.

The man wounded by Cheney on Armstrong’s ranch in February 2006 was Harry Whittington, a millionaire lawyer and longtime Republican activist. He was hit in the face, neck, and chest with birdshot and was hospitalized for several days.

The Kenedy County ranch had been in the Armstrong family since the 19th century. Tobin Armstrong’s grandfather, John Armstrong III, who settled it, had earned his fame as the Texas Ranger who captured notorious outlaw John Wesley Hardin.

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Prince Harry poses for photographs with his horse ’Guardsman’ after herding bulls while working as a Jackaroo on a cattle ranch on November 27, 2003 in Tooloombilla, Australia.

Here is.

Prince William was accused of “horrific comments” by Martin Luther King’s daughter in the aftermath of a Ukrainian community event where he was partially misquoted.

Bernice King linked the Duke of Cambridge’s remarks to colonialism after William and Kate Middleton visited the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in London to support the relief effort on March 9.

Prince William was accused of “horrific comments” by Martin Luther King’s daughter in the aftermath of a Ukrainian community event where he was partially misquoted.

Bernice King linked the Duke of Cambridge’s remarks to colonialism after William and Kate Middleton visited the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in London to support the relief effort on March 9.

Footage from the event showed Prince William said: “Everyone is horrified by what they are seeing. The news every day, it’s almost unfathomable to actually witness it, to see it. For our generation, it’s very alien to see this in Europe. We’re all right behind you.”

The Press Association originally reported William also suggested Britons were more used to seeing conflict in Africa and Asia—though footage released by ITV of the royal’s full comments suggested he in fact made no explicit reference to the two continents.

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However, some maintained their criticism of the duke based on the reference to war in Europe feeling “very alien.”

King, the chief executive of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, condemned the prince having seen the original, misleading account.

She wrote on Twitter: “Horrific comment. European people ran roughshod over the continent of Africa, pillaging communities, raping women, enslaving human beings, colonizing for profit and power, stealing resources, causing generational devastation. And European nations continue to harm Africa.”

After the new footage emerged, King wrote: “I believe that we have a great deal of work to do globally to eradicate what my father called the Triple Evils of Militarism, Racism and Poverty.

“I believe that language matters in that work. And that it is harmful for a global figure to express war as ‘alien to Europe.'”

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Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, a prominent commentator on race in Britain, told Newsweek the remarks about war in Europe feeling alien were offensive on their own.

She said: “William says it’s alien in Europe. This is on the back of two weeks of western media also saying it’s alien in Europe, also saying Western countries are civilized. I’m sorry, if it’s alien in Europe, where is he referring to it as being normal?”

The outcry heaps new pressure on the royals just days after the one-year anniversary of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s Oprah Winfrey interview, during which they accused an unnamed royal of racism.

And it comes little more than a week before William and Kate are due to tour the Caribbean from March 19 to March 26.

© Ian Vogler-WPA Pool/Getty ImagesPrince William and Kate Middleton visit the Ukrainian Cultural Centre, in London, on March 9, 2022. During the meeting, the Duke of Cambridge suggested it felt alien to see conflict in Europe. Ian Vogler-WPA Pool/Getty Images

After the original misquote, human rights lawyer Qasim Rashid wrote on Twitter: “Prince William says conflict is ‘very alien’ to Europe, unlike Asia & Africa.

“How do you have a 1,000 year history of colonialism, a literal 100 year war, launch 2 World Wars, allow multiple genocides, & bomb a dozen nations since 9/11 alone—yet make this type of a statement.”

Also before the footage emerged, royal biographer Omid Scobie, author of Finding Freedom, wrote on Twitter: “Unsurprised to see backlash against Prince William’s ignorant remark (reported by@PA).

“Europe has seen some of the bloodiest conflict in the past two centuries—Balkans, Yugoslavia, Germany and Kosovo to name a few. But sure, let’s normalise war and death in Africa and Asia.”

It is not the first time Prince William has been accused of colonial comments, after he linked the pressure on wildlife in Africa to the human population in a November speech.

The duke said: “The increasing pressure on Africa’s wildlife and wild spaces as a result of human population presents a huge challenge for conservationists, as it does the world over.”

And a photo of Prince William being carried on a throne went viral in the aftermath of the Oprah interview in 2021.

In the famous interview, Meghan told CBS how an unnamed royal family member had made disparaging comments about how dark their child’s skin might be before Archie was born.

She said: “So we have in tandem the conversation of ‘He won’t be given security, he’s not going to be given a title’ and also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he’s born.”

The queen released a statement saying the royals took the comments seriously but acknowledging “some recollections may vary.”

William was the first to comment in person, telling journalists days after broadcast: “We are very much not a racist family.”

Britain’s empire covered a quarter of the world at its height, including India and most of South Asia as well as much of Africa and the Caribbean.

The new backlash comes as William and Kate prepare for a tour of the Caribbean as part of celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II‘s Platinum Jubilee.

Among the countries on their schedule is Jamaica, where there have been recent debates about removing the monarch as head of state, with one party in the 2020 elections pledging to hold a referendum on the subject.

The latest episode of Newsweek‘s The Royal Report podcast discussed the possibility of a backlash against the Cambridges during their tour.

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A recent editorial in Jamaican newspaper The Gleaner read: “First, this newspaper is deeply uncomfortable, which we believe is the disposition of the majority of Jamaicans, of having the monarch of Great Britain, which, at this time is Queen Elizabeth II, as our country’s head of state.

“Who holds this position is no meaningless symbolism. It ought to be an important reference point of who we are, and the aspirations we hold as a sovereign nation and people.

“The patriarch of a dysfunctional family in the United Kingdom that defined Jamaica’s long colonial experience is not, therefore, an appropriate symbol.”

Update at 3/10/22, 6:32 a.m. ET: This article has been updated with additional information.

Prussian Purchase and Adelsverein

Posted on August 22, 2021 by Royal Rosamond Press

The Prussians made an offer to purchase California. A week ago I talked about forming a new country with the States of California, Oregon, and Washington. We would be spared the divisive nation Trump created, that led to the total humiliation of our withdrawal from Afghanistan. Outgoing Presidents traditionally help the Incoming President – especially with important policies they implemented. Our enemies will write – our history this way.

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