Everyone loves a good love story and Americans are no exception. Perhaps that is one of the reasons why so many Americans are now fawning over the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. With many planning to stay awake late into the night to watch the marriage ceremony, it is almost as if one of their own relatives were getting married. Ironically this is the reaction coming from a country who once fought a bloody war for independence against the same family.
But while Americans and Brits alike stand in awe over the concocted love story of the English Prince who risked everything by falling in love with a commoner, please permit me a second to rain on this pathetic parade.
Regardless of the fairy tale being pushed by the mainstream media, nothing has actually changed in terms of the Royal family. In the past, Kings and Queens ruled over the peasants with Royal decrees and open disdain for their subjects. Now, however, under the illusion of democracy and a general population obsessed with wealth and vanity, the serfs have been acclimated to love their own servitude. Don’t be fooled, Prince William is still a member of the same disgusting elitist family that has oppressed England and many other nations throughout history.
Prince William’s story goes without saying. Anyone who knows anything about the British Royal family knows that William is about as “Royal” as one can be.
However, Kate Middleton, the Princess-to-be who is constantly described as a “commoner” is actually anything but. Recent news reports have discovered what the Royals have already known – Commoner Kate is actually a blueblood. The monicker of “commoner” is merely for the benefit of a “profane” populace that now feels that their earthly gods known as the “Royal” family have the same feelings and emotions as themselves.
Indeed, It turns out that Kate has quite the impressive family background.
Her relatives include various celebrities such as Guy Ritchie (the ex-husband of Madonna) and TV host Ellen DeGeneres. Yet Middleton’s relatives also have more than mere connections to the entertainment industry.
Genealogical research reveals that she is related by blood to the author of the “Star Spangled Banner,” Francis Scott Key, as well as famous WWII General George Patton. Another distant relative, notorious Freemason and American President George Washington, in addition to her connection to “several families who colonized Virginia in the late 1600s,” also ties Middleton to some rather prestigious bloodlines. It seems the future Queen of England has a great many connections to America’s past.
But Middleton’s connections do not stop with America’s colonies. She is also related by bloodline to the infamous Sir Thomas Leighton, Governor of Guernsey and enthusiastic supporter of hanging, drawing, and quartering.
Some more interesting names that pop up in Middleton’s ancestry include Hobbes and Davenport, with the latter gaining some infamy in the United States in the early twentieth century.
Nevertheless, if one were still doubtful about whether or not Commoner Kate was truly as “common” as she is being portrayed in the globalist mainstream media, one need only look to one of her current living relatives as proof of her blueblood connections – Prince William.
That’s right. Commoner Kate is actually the cousin of her fiancé Prince William! Although this genetic relationship is not being lingered upon by the fawning media, the marriage between Middleton and William Saxe-Coburg/Gotha (the true name of the British Royal family) illustrates the obsession that the elite have had for decades on “keeping it in the family.”
While Middleton and her relatives might not be as high profile as some of the other elitists throughout history, it is also true that a family who wishes to maintain the “purity” of their bloodline must often branch out whether they want to or not. It is well-known fact that constant inbreeding produces mental illness and genetic defects. Indeed, it is possible that Prince Philip and Prince Charles served as a wake-up call to the Royal family that it was time to branch out – even if only a little.Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Mullins, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Francis Marion University where he earned the Pee Dee Electric Scholar’s Award as an undergraduate. He has had numerous articles published dealing with a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, and civil liberties. He also the author of Codex Alimentarius - The End of Health Freedom and 7 Real Conspiracies