What of our Kings, and their relationships with the England of times past?
For Charles I it ended in civil war and execution, for the nation of England it was turmoil, death, and a period of military rule. Followed by the restoration of Charles II and Royal Rule...
So what next under Charles III? The acclamation of the populace at his coronation was perhaps less than overwhelming, and his support for the dubious agendas of the WEF is clearly divisive.
Maybe we should remember that God is not mocked.
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Mahyar Tousi is probably about as English as we are. Albeit he is of Persian extraction, he is also an advocate for individual freedom, tolerance, and personal integrity, all fundamental values of the English, even if not practised by English politicians and the British "establishment" (you know who you are - and so now do most of us).
So in some respects he is well placed to criticise those who come here to further causes that are not perceived as wholly peaceful, tolerant, and supportive of individual freedom.
We may not be satisfied with our top-down government, but is substitution by yet another form of top-down control really the answer?
It's the oldest trick - make up the myth of a controlling deity and interpose your own person between man and God. The Roman empire has been at it since Constantine "converted", as the Vatican could attest, and the same trick has likely been played by Biblical leaders since Moses went up the mountain to get his...