Saturday, April 18, 2015
ANZAC Day 2015 - The 'Cousin's War'
May we never forget the brave men who lost their lives in the belief that they were fighting for their country.
The Australian government of the day sent the children of the masses to be used as cannon fodder to invade the shores of another country, Turkey.
What is now known to the general population as ‘World War I’ is referred to as the ‘Great War’, also has another name attached to it, the ‘Cousin’s War’.
The ‘cousins’ (European royalty) used the children of the masses as cannon fodder for their so called territorial wars.
See video of former SAS soldier Ben Griffin comment – “I will not fight for Queen and Country”
The ‘cousin’s’ is in reference to all the inbred and retarded royalty across Europe which stems from the matriarch Queen Victoria (24 May 1819 – 22 Jan 1901), that ruled the various kingdoms, across Europe and as far as Russia, where Tsar Nicholas II was married to Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse), the granddaughter of Queen Victoria.
The current British Monarch is Queen Elizabeth II, whose great grandparent Edward VII, is a brother to Princess Alice who is the great grandparent to Queen Elizabeth’s husband Prince Philip.
Inbreeding effected the royal families with a high infant mortality rate together with the ‘royal disease’ commonly known as haemophilia.