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WATCH: Meet King Charles, the Great Resetter

While most of the public’s attention is falling on the obvious issues—the monarchy’s increasing irrelevance to the 21st century, the colossal waste of taxpayer resources that go towards the upkeep of the world’s richest family and their multiple palaces, the dark history of slavery and other colonial abuses for which royals of the far-distant past are responsible—few are aware of just how dark the history of the royal family is, or just how twisted Charles’ vision for the future of the United Kingdom—and, indeed the world—really is.

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Barbara
Barbara
May 14, 2023 2:34 PM

I wouldn’t bring slavery into any of this since slavery has always existed and every race has been enslaved. St Paul said that Christians should obey God as the slave obeys his master. Talking about slavery today has become simply anti white. The problem with the royals is that they are going along with the international Jew who is the engine of the Great Reset. It’s okay to name the royals so it should be just as okay to name the Jew but that shows who has the real power. I’m American btw.

paul
paul
May 10, 2023 9:21 PM

As KC3 picks up his orb and sceptre and puts on his crown of looted gemstones, there is a general atmosphere of decay, drift and despair abroad in his realm.

Our new king can hardly expect the level of deference shown to his late mother, as seen by the small but vocal and growing republican movement, or the reaction to the coronation of Liverpool and Celtic fans, among others.

Charles himself is likely to go into full WEF/ Great Reset/ Global Warming/ 15 minute City/ Globalist/ Woke Mode soon to the bemusement of his hapless new subjects, who will continue to experience rapidly rising prices, increased taxes, austerity, and authoritarian rule, characterised by burgeoning, rigid censorship, blanket surveillance, and draconian state repression.

Little in the way of leadership and new ideas can be expected from a corrupt, discredited and dysfunctional political establishment that is itself incapable of reform. No party or grouping can lay claim to any degree of popularity, credibility, or even probity. The most they can hope for is complete indifference.

There have been 6 prime ministers in the past 6 years, as compared with 6 prime ministers in the 32 years before that. Neither major party can lay claim to any degree of even basic competence. They are both beset by constant scandals. The less said about the SNP the better. It is little wonder that Sturgeon chose to jump ship when she did.

This sorry state of affairs is reflected in the recent local elections. The Tories lost 1,000 seats and Labour gained 500, but this is hardly a ringing endorsement for the latter given the abysmal performance and endless scandals of the former. Certainly, Tory support, 43% in 2019 after the Blairite backstabbing and smear campaign against Corbyn, now languishes in the 20s. But Labour, in the low 30s, is only a couple of per cent higher than 4 years ago. Both leaders are remote, corrupt nonentities from an elite establishment background.

The Liberals, or whatever they call themselves nowadays, and the Greens were the beneficiaries of this general malaise, at least so far as it goes, which is not very far. Between them, they picked up 650 seats, which was no doubt welcome from their point of view. What, if anything, the Liberals currently stand for, is anybody’s guess. Both probably represented little more than a bucket to spit in.

The Greens may well follow a similar trajectory to their German colleagues, producing figures like Habeck and Baerbock and their ilk. They benefit from an unmerited aura of Greta style rebellion which may appeal to young people, whilst continuing along well trodden paths if anything even more enthusiastically than the rest, pro EU, pro Ukraine, pro WEF, pro Globalist, pro authoritarian to the core, and of course with an even larger serving of Global Warming nonsense..

It is quite likely that no clear winner will emerge at the next election, leading to some kind of German style weak coalition characterised by chronic instability, sort of like Lebanon without the sunshine.

Not that any of this really matters. All these factions are little more than clones of one another anyway. Corbyn’s 2017 success was probably the last chance for any meaningful, albeit really only very modest, change.

KC3’s reign may prove to be a less than entirely happy one.

G Cockwill
G Cockwill
Jun 7, 2023 10:58 PM
Reply to  paul

Couldn’t have put it better myself. At the end of the day they’re ALL useless & up themselves. And “we the people” have to put up with this, unless the Public snap themselves out of their sleep & WAKE UP!!!

ChairmanDrusha
ChairmanDrusha
May 10, 2023 4:18 AM

Will OffG be posting Corbett’s latest “A Better Way” video? I can’t wait to see the comments on that one.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 9, 2023 11:29 PM

I didn’t listen to the video but did it cover the family’s ties to ex-BBC darling Jimmy Savile, the pedophile? And Charles’s protection of pedophile Bishop Ball? Ties to Epstein (Andrew)?
What about Charles’s financial scandals (cash donation affairs)?
Did it dive into the very real possibility that Charles is the behind-the-scenes contract killer of Diana, his then ex-wife?
What about the family’s deep ties to freemasonry?

ChairmanDrusha
ChairmanDrusha
May 10, 2023 4:16 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

I watched it, and I honestly can’t remember if it covers all the points you mentioned. However, Really Graceful’s recent video compilation does (except for the Freemasonry, which is basically a given anyway).

MattC
MattC
May 9, 2023 9:02 AM

Here is the oath that every Police officer swears:

I, … … … of … … … do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve the King in the office of constable, with fairness, integrity, diligence and impartiality, upholding fundamental human rights and according equal respect to all people; and that I will, to the best of my power, cause the peace to be kept and preserved and prevent all offences against people and property; and that while I continue to hold the said office I will to the best of my skill and knowledge discharge all the duties thereof faithfully according to law.”

And yet the Met is now expressing “regret” for the “Not my King” protesters being arrested. Despite them having committed no crime and the admission that charges would follow later i.e. false arrest and imprisonment because they were arrested without due cause. How can that be put right when the result was the protesters were removed from their positions at the key, unique, time? Someone gave an order and broke the law that they are supposed be be upholding.

This follows the same pattern as always and the key point is that without the police and their political involvement none of the recent tyranny would have been possible.

The police continue to make a strong case for their own abolition.

hotrod31
hotrod31
May 9, 2023 11:31 AM
Reply to  MattC

Sadly, the police have ALWAYS served as the ‘muscle’ for criminal governments. And, the criminality has within both sides has become progressively worse.

GR-Watch
GR-Watch
May 8, 2023 11:13 PM

as we saw, the coronation was a religious ceremony.

but for some reason, the word religion (or religious ceremony), was never mentioned in the extensive coverage in the media.

is it not cool to say this is a religious ceremony?

wardropper
wardropper
May 9, 2023 3:02 AM
Reply to  GR-Watch

Well, if Nietzsche was right about God being dead, it surely follows that religion is dead too.

However…
Even if Nietzsche might conceivably have agreed that mankind killed them both, I reckon man really isn’t smart enough to invent himself, so there has to be something missing from this picture…

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
May 8, 2023 6:04 PM

I’m no monarchist but we really ought to give the guy a break. He’s part of an institution, what’s sometimes referred to as “The Firm”, and being an essential part he’s just not going to be able to say “This is a Crock!” and up and leave. (He’d get the finest of medical treatment, instead.) We know what happens to lesser members who push back as well — look at the treatment of Diana (or ‘arry) — its relentless, intrusive and its designed to be destructive.

As for Charles being an ecosomethingoranother, its an age thing. He’s the same age as me and our generation were only too well aware of environmental issues. We also got silenced — effectively — by the whole anti-environment thing, the pushback by the energy majors, the whole ‘Morning in America’ thing and its British ‘Back to Victorian Values’ equivalent, a process of kicking the can down the road that made a lot of money (and that’s all that counts — anyway, we ‘won’ the Cold War).

Incidentally, a lot of the pomp and ceremony attached to the Royal Family is purely synthetic, it was literally created in the late 19th century to revive flagging interest in the entire dynastic crew (and their European cousins). That’s why it looks to kitsch now — or as a relative said to me the other day there was a general expectation during the whole Coronation business that someone would break out in a bit of Glibert and Sullivan doggerel or similar. A production straight out of “HMS Pinafore” or “Iolanthe”!

Hannah
Hannah
May 8, 2023 10:17 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Gosh, I wonder how fulsomely defensive you would be if you were a monarchist.

Koba
Koba
May 8, 2023 10:55 PM
Reply to  Martin Usher

Nice try MI5

Mr Y
Mr Y
May 9, 2023 5:13 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

When the time comes those who defend bastards will pay.

Jamie
Jamie
May 8, 2023 5:21 PM

All hail bonny prince TAMPON

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
May 8, 2023 5:07 PM

Great documentary.

Pilgrim Shadow
Pilgrim Shadow
May 8, 2023 4:46 PM
Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
May 8, 2023 4:26 PM

‘...the world’s richest family..‘ – “I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England …the man who controls the British money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply.” – Nathan Rothschild 1815.

After Rothschild gained control of the Bank of England in the aftermath of Waterloo he was able to make the above statement. That was 200 years ago.

That is not even to mention the Black Nobility families of what admittedly the house of Windsor is an offshoot in terms of wealth but the above statement is simply lazy and disingenuous.

I suppose it at least avoids charges of anti-Semitism…

Howard
Howard
May 8, 2023 4:42 PM
Reply to  Seansaighdeor

Curious. George III was King until 1820. And he seems to have rather lost his grasp of things long before then. So maybe Lord Rothschild was on safe ground calling him a “puppet.”

Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
May 8, 2023 4:50 PM
Reply to  Howard

They were all effectively ‘puppets’ since the installation of William III by the Venetian banking cartel in 1689.

wardropper
wardropper
May 8, 2023 2:18 PM

His eyes have got much closer together since that photo was taken.
They were actually normal when he was 6.
Puberty hits some people hard…

paul
paul
May 8, 2023 12:59 PM

Charles The Great Resetter.

Charlemagne Resetter.

CO-
CO-
May 8, 2023 12:41 PM

The ‘Coronation’ took place 6 months, 6 weeks, and 6 days – from the day of the Queen’s funeral. Thus, 666 in the name of Sorath = the Sun-Demon = the opposing principle to the Christ. Just a coincidence?

David Mitchell
David Mitchell
May 8, 2023 4:18 PM
Reply to  CO-

The Queen’s funeral was 19th September 2022, putting Charles Coronation 665 days later. What coincidence?

Seansaighdeor
Seansaighdeor
May 8, 2023 5:14 PM
Reply to  David Mitchell

665 days from 19th Sept 22 is 15th July 2024.

CO-
CO-
May 8, 2023 7:21 PM
Reply to  Seansaighdeor

Well grubbed for pointing the nonsense of 665 out ! Considering the Coronation was also on 6th May 2023! They just seem to like 6’s.

George Mc
George Mc
May 8, 2023 12:06 PM

One thing I got from this was the extent to which the royals depended on Savile to act as a kind of “publicity guru”. Now that was most revealing. Savile was probably seen as a connection to the pop-oriented commoners, which is a sobering judgement on the true connection between the royals and the people. How many of the general public truly thought of Savile as someone they felt could feasibly represent them? Of course I am talking about the period before his (AHEM!) “fall from grace”. But, let’s face it, even before “the revelations”, he came across as one creepy fuck. 

paul
paul
May 8, 2023 1:06 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Savile, Epstein, Maxwell, they seem to attract these people like a magnet.
Uncle Dickie was a notorious paedo.
Phil The Greek really put himself about during his big sex orgy Profumo period.
Princess Anne’s kids were fathered by her bodyguard.
They’ve always been a pretty louche mob.

wardropper
wardropper
May 8, 2023 2:50 PM
Reply to  paul

In fact all that pomp, circumstance and frippery only serves to keep the public eye on the surface of things – quite deliberately.
“Louche” is the perfect word to describe the unremarkable specimens who live below that surface.
After all, what’s the point of having a gold crown on your head when your mind is in the gutter…?
You might as well wear a knotted handkerchief:
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Matt
Matt
May 8, 2023 11:39 AM

I was up around 5, realized it was on, so watched the BBC production.
Cynically (realistically?), first thing I noticed was all the money and power in the world on display.
Thereafter, I found the ritual and ceremony impressive.
Particularly refreshing and contrasting was the focus on the humility of, and unashamed, repeated mention of the name of Jesus Christ, to whom the entire exercise was subordinate and, ultimately, dedicated, rendering the particular object, Charles, secondary.
The choir, gospel singers, orchestra, and two male soloists in particular, were undeniably exceptional, absolutely extraordinary and astonishing.
The reminder of my own archaic cultural origins was an unanticipated bonus.
History was on display, as well as the organizational power and capability of the Empire, in a way I have never seen, which prompted me to view the entire performance as a Declaration of War, or at least somehow a premonition of it.
Charles seemed to me like not such a bad guy, even, the unlikeliest person, if you passed him on the street, in regular clothes, to be invested with such mighty powers.
Also, it suggested to me that the powers of the rich, politicians, parliament are illusory, that the Monarchy is truly still the ruling power, that can be summoned against anyone who doubts it, in a flash, and/or, in other words Don’t Mess With The Empire.
Disbelieve?
FAFO
God Bless the King.
God help his subjects.

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
May 8, 2023 1:01 PM
Reply to  Matt

I’m an Englishwoman (aged 64), and I’m a citizen, and not a ‘subject’. I’ve been a passionate ANTI-‘royalist’ for 35+ years. All so-called ‘monarchies’ on the planet need to be abolished… and none more so than the Windsors…

Matt
Matt
May 8, 2023 3:22 PM

Good thing you’re not in a position to to carry out your decree, like some kind of absolute, despotic Queen.

Matt
Matt
May 8, 2023 3:30 PM
Reply to  Matt

You know what?
Absolute Monarchy is starting to look a lot better than absolutely corrupt, parliamentary democracy.

Matt
Matt
May 8, 2023 3:37 PM
Reply to  Matt

Furthermore, the BBC did an excellent job!

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 8, 2023 1:26 PM
Reply to  Matt

“Are we to take it that you would have been the life of the party at Jonestown?
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Matt
Matt
May 8, 2023 3:27 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

Not sure I understand you. In fact, I don’t. Not at all. And, I don’t want to, either. You’re creepy. Take a pill, or maybe some “Jonesaide.”

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 8, 2023 5:30 PM
Reply to  Matt

THE ROYAL MAFIA CRIME FAMILY and the Pyscho Nazis are a nasty bunch, a nasty bunch indeed.”

Mr Y
Mr Y
May 9, 2023 5:17 AM
Reply to  Matt

What’s your problem?

Matt
Matt
May 9, 2023 1:45 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

My problem?
I committed the sin of watching the coronation, enjoying the presentation – especially the unexpectedly amazing creativity and talent on display – and saying so, aloud!
The reaction is like self-righteous people complaining about the ‘wasteful’ cost of public fireworks displays (then bringing them to a demo, to create chaos), or Judas complaining about the cost of perfume and saying the money’s better spent on the poor whom he hypocritically cared nothing about, whatsoever.
“We” tried Monarchy, it didn’t work out so, eventually, we tried “democracy” and it was even worse.
It seems to me as though every system tends toward corruption, exponentially more widespread with each succession, and, if so, then Monarchy, being less corrupt, is, therefore, a superior option, and, preferable, despite being a ‘regression.’

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
May 8, 2023 10:55 AM

Well, the biggest question currently pertinent is whether King Charles intends to dispense with convention (almost tantamount to treason if we Commoners should suggest such a thing) and become a meddling, interfering political king, when convention dictates that his singular role in the governance of the nation is approving legislation passed by the Houses of Parliament.

Of course, being an interfering busybody could be a good thing, if he refused to sign an act of Parliament creating a Wild West GMO free-for-all. If he personally tore up the Coronavirus Act (theoretically still his right as Sovereign, albeit never enacted by a sovereign in over 200 years), that would be a jolly good thing. And if he refused to sanction the UK remaining a member of the WHO, to free the nation from being subject to diktat from a bunch of unelected prostitutes serving William Gates III, well I for one would say ‘Long Live the King!’

What is totally unacceptable is a parasitical sponging bumbling amateur, allowed to be educated at Cambridge despite A Level grades far, far worse than those required for Commoners to have had a chance to study there, to expect continued subsidies for his carbon guzzling jollities whilst attempting to force people to live their entire lives within 15 minutes of home. It is totally unacceptable for him to promote insects as food when he continues to eat organic vegetables: he must set an example and dine solely on Gates Burgers, processed insects and drink water full of fluoride. What’s good for the masses must be good for the King, after all.

And let’s be frank here: if it really is the case that his ‘Uncle Dickie’, Lord Mountbatten, was really bumped off by the IRA because he was buggering little boys in the houses of country estates of the Establishment; if it really is true that he knew all about Jimmy Savile’s exploits: then the question has to remain: what threats did Savile/Epstein/others make to him and other royals to cause them to protect them, rather than have their sorry asses thrown in jail/have their lives suitably ended by royal diktat toward the SAS etc???

I’m not sure that adultery is a crime so very serious: it’s extremely common amongst the commoners after all. Bumping off your wives is really not on, however. It shows interminable weakness to marry a woman you don’t love just to produce heirs, and then to stand by and watch her being bumped off because she actually wanted to live with a man who might actually like her. It’s hardly acceptable to bump off your wife for conceiving out of wedlock when you had been shagging happily out of wedlock both before- and during your marriage. More fool you for expecting a wife to grin and bear it if your behaviour drives her to the depths of despair….

The fact of course is that the current King did NOT produce ‘an heir and a spare’. He produced an heir, but the spare would not pass a DNA test. Jolly good thing that these days children are not in the main taken from life due to cholera, smallpox, or other diseases of the 19th century and before. The heir has after all already produced his own heir and a spare, so the erstwhile spare should be spared the indignity of DNA tests suggesting a doubt in royal paternity….

paul
paul
May 8, 2023 1:09 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

I heard Phil The Greek demanded a DNA test on Harry/

Wobblyjack
Wobblyjack
May 8, 2023 11:29 PM
Reply to  paul

Did he want confirmation of his suspicions so that he could indulge in his more unsavoury pastimes?

Maria T. G.
Maria T. G.
May 9, 2023 12:57 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

I am sure that prince Harry’s father is king Charles, because Harry’s eyes stand close together like those of Queen Elizabeth and Charles, plus he inherited the duck nose from Elizabeth. So he is a pure Windsor.

George Mc
George Mc
May 8, 2023 10:44 AM

I never watched any of the coronation and found the opening of this film disturbing. Full grown men in silly outfits going through some kind of CBeebies type charade?

dom irritant
dom irritant
May 8, 2023 10:16 AM

ot does anyone else have problems accessing archive.org?

PatrickL
PatrickL
May 8, 2023 11:14 AM
Reply to  dom irritant

It’s working fine for me.

Wobblyjack
Wobblyjack
May 8, 2023 11:32 PM
Reply to  dom irritant

Use Brave browser. Or Yandex.

dom irritant
dom irritant
May 9, 2023 8:54 AM
Reply to  Wobblyjack

i have tried brave and i am still blocked as i have to contact my service provider to prove i am over 18 as this site is now considered adult content, this is a new development

dom irritant
dom irritant
May 9, 2023 8:37 AM
Reply to  dom irritant

it seems i can only access it on my computer which has a vpn, but not my phone which does not

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
May 8, 2023 10:02 AM

Clown of Jewels.

Mettalus
Mettalus
May 9, 2023 6:33 PM
Reply to  Straight Talk

LOL

Edwige
Edwige
May 8, 2023 9:59 AM

Those Windsors seemed to know something about allopathic medicine:
https://www.hellomagazine.com/healthandbeauty/health-and-fitness/20221107156134/king-charles-homeopathy-belief/

It seemed to help the first two live a long time – I wouldn’t be surprised if Charles doesn’t last that long and departs the throne fairly soon with some sort of health thing that will be spun as a consequence of his lack of faith in scientism. It would be one last service to the real controllers.

John Milton
John Milton
May 8, 2023 7:51 PM
Reply to  Edwige

More like a life long diet of chemical free organic meat and vegetables of the highest quality.

George Mc
George Mc
May 8, 2023 9:55 AM

Simon Elmer on the coronation:

https://architectsforsocialhousing.co.uk/2023/05/06/coronation-day-the-functions-of-the-monarchy/

This is a chilling and sadly all-too-true statement:

“Has the UK ever been as unified in recent decades as when it had a clearly identified enemy within to ostracise from public life? Have the British people ever felt better about themselves than when publicly demonstrating their virtue by severing all association with lifelong friends and even family members for their refusal to obey the dictates of the UK state?”

This is a more depressing assessment of humanity (or, at least, British humanity) than anything out of The Lord of The Flies (which was highly debatable since it was a work of fiction).

You can perhaps excuse the embarrassing and distressing gullibility of the UK population on the revealed watertight unity of the media. But other channels were always available and the reason the majority of the public didn’t trouble themselves with finding alternative views lies in the fact that this majority are totally imprisoned within a cringing cowardly desire to stay within the flock and, as it were, “earn their Blue Peter badge”.  
 

wardropper
wardropper
May 8, 2023 11:39 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Yep.
The rot set in with Blue Peter.
I remember it well – the year the TV started to talk to us as if we were all idiots.

About twelve years later, a whole generation of kids had been successfully brought up by Blue Peter actually to be idiots, and their children are today’s Members of Parliament and Congressmen…

HotScot
HotScot
May 8, 2023 12:36 AM

If Diana truly believed she was going to die in a car accident, why wasn’t she wearing a seatbelt on the night of her death?

Kit
Kit
May 8, 2023 9:50 AM
Reply to  HotScot

She’d left her crystal ball at home

Manjushri
Manjushri
May 8, 2023 10:41 AM
Reply to  HotScot

‘Clunk-click, every trip’…..hows about that guys n girls

George Mc
George Mc
May 8, 2023 4:27 PM
Reply to  Manjushri

Savile was always the easiest to impersonate. That’s because everything about him was impersonation. All you had to do was to simply say the words of his catchphrases with no inflection whatsoever. That was the secret of his “relaxing” presence on the radio. His voice was dead. His “wit” was to turn up in a silly costume and just mug the camera. At no point did he ever say anything remotely funny. Nor did he ever give the impression he cared about the music he played. He was like a blank space. Though unfortunately there was something underneath. And we all know what that was!

paul
paul
May 9, 2023 2:13 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Just a talentless idiot who made a fortune out of a fat cigar and a few stupid catch phrases.

Mr Y
Mr Y
May 9, 2023 5:20 AM
Reply to  paul

Hurra for mass media!

Grafter
Grafter
May 8, 2023 11:17 AM
Reply to  HotScot

Who told you she wasn’t ?

judith
judith
May 8, 2023 12:21 PM
Reply to  Grafter

My thoughts, exactly.

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
May 8, 2023 1:07 PM
Reply to  HotScot

The data at the time said that the seatbelts had been ‘tampered with’… if you read the very chunky tomes on this subject by an Australian called John Morgan, you’ll discover many, many facts that have never been disclosed (of course…) by the corrupt MSM.

In his series of books on this, Morgan includes swathes of verbatim speeches by many people involved in the Diana/Dodi ‘accident’ in 1997. People in many aspects of the incident, from the UK, France, USA, etc. The series is entitled “Diana Inquest: the untold story”. There are [at least] 5 chunky volumes to the set [Parts 1 to 5], and also another volume (which is a much-shortened summary of the hugely-documented 5-volume series) called “Paris-London Connection: the assassination of Princess Diana”.

Christine Thompson
Christine Thompson
May 8, 2023 1:11 PM

PS. I meant to include in my post above that the data at the time said that the seat-belts had been ‘tampered with’, and that thus Diana and Dodi were not able to use them.