‘The 1953 Coronation was a serious event for a serious people. Before the next Coronation, whatever multiculti an ordeal that might be, we have to have the Queen’s state funeral. I dread it being a Diana tear-athon with teddy bears, bad poems, and wailing. How we have become a shallow people now that the Victorian culture of mourning and the widespread familiarity with the Bible has been discarded.
‘If I were Her Maj, I would have the full works according to the rites of the Church of England. I would invite the wokeing class, in the person of the likes of Polly Toynbee, and make them grind their teeth singing hymns and wish they were deaf as they listen to the reciting of liturgies and readings that make a statement of my faith, something that has strengthened me though all the years. I would have the choir in the Abbey hosanna the Almighty as a gauntlet thrown down to their disbelief.
‘If Charlie still wants to be ‘defender of faiths’ then he should go the whole hog. Have representatives from the Wiccans, Satanists, Druids, Global Warmists and Jedi faiths present to conduct whatever offices that are required to non-solemnize this event.’
Responding to to Frederick Edward: The papers daren’t bite the Whitehall hand that feeds them, Andy Joyce wrote:
‘Those ‘could you…’ adverts are very sinister and similar to the HIV adverts in the 1980’s. I would like to hear an advert that says ‘could you look a 12-year-old in the eye and tell them that, their untreated cancer which has now progressed to stag 3, was worth it?’’
‘What a sorry state of affairs! That said, why should we expect anything more from our youth. The state school system is simply an indoctrination camp into progressivism with a bit of reading, writing and arithmetic as window dressing! These poor children have been conditioned like Pavlovian dogs since the age of 4 years old to be triggered when the racist/homo/trans-phobic bigot bell is struck! Of course the school where this happened was rated ‘outstanding’; this Pavlovian response is exactly what they are being judged on!’
Responding to Karen Harradine: The lockdown debate – Brexiteers v Remainers all over again, Paul, Somerset wrote:
‘Roger Daltrey knew:
‘The world looks just the same,
‘And history ain’t changed,
”Cause the banners were all flown in the last war.”
‘They’ve won , haven’t they? We’ve lost everything. The Remainers are not just back in charge of us; they’ve also banned every route of dissent, and destroyed everything that makes life worth living. And the most desperate thing of all? The population are just loving it.’