BREAKING: Queen Elizabeth II Dies ‘Peacefully’ At Age 96

Queen Elizabeth II died at 96 after a 70-year-reign. A statement from the Royal family said, “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral Castle.” Her eldest son, Charles, is now king.
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  1. That adultress hag Camilla shouldn't be allowed the privilege of receiving the title of Queen Consort after what she and Charles put Diana through.. she shouldn't have even been allowed to marry him when she was nothing but his side b*tch all the while she was married too! Absolutely despicable! If not for her Diana would still be alive & would be Queen Consort! Because if they hadn't split up she wouldn't have been with Dodi and in that car.. she would've been elsewhere and likely still be alive. I absolutely DISPISE Camilla.. The only upside is that she and Charles are OLD AF and so Charles won't have the throne for long before he kicks and then William will take the throne along with Kate. I seriously cannot wait until that day comes!

  2. Hทำไม่ต้องรีบกันด้วยละคะคุณราชวงทั้งหลายดิฉันยังไม่รีบนะคะฟีดกับไปกันเถาะคะเพาะดิฉันยังทำธุรกิจยังไม่เสร็จนะคะฟีด

  3. Hดิฉันทำธุรกิจนะคะไม่ใช่เล่นขายของเพือพูดปรับก็เอาร้านมาตั้งเลยใช่ไม่ใด้สำหรับคนธุรกิจนะคะคุณคุณท่านราชวงฟีด

  4. Definitely one for the ages! Probably will be remembered as one of the best. She was very modern for her times, a working mom who happened to be the head of England. Like Ronald Regan said of Margaret Thatcher, she was the best woman for the job!

  5. The hypocritical West calls them Kings and Queens when they are Westerners but, in the East they called them dictators. Thank God the slave owner is dead.

  6. I'm not British nor do I live in England but her death hit hard today. A large majority of the world doesn't know a life without Elizabeth as queen. It really is an end of an era.

  7. Think about it, it looks like 2 modern day Popes will abdicate due to old age and ill health, whereas The Queen kept her vow to God and continued on serving her country until the end. Truly the most dutiful.

  8. I am wondering if "King Charles" is sad or happy about her demise. He waited too long. Poor guy!! i hope he doesn't maKe HIS successors wait for so long.. 😀

  9. So….The walking dead 💀 is finally a bag of fertilizer. Cool 😎 🆒️
    I'm send some seasonings to the Royals to mix in with her 😀 Sincerely, America 🇺🇸

  10. It's a time to reflect but at 96 years old she's lived longer than anyone in my family history so she's lived a good life nothing to be sad about but just to remember

  11. "When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat; instead, they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future." — HM Queen Elizabeth II

  12. Good riddance. Another useless, ribbon-cutting parasitic monarch bites the dust. Never had much time for her kids… that why they all turned out so badly. Emotional cripples incapable of empathy or a steady character. We do not need a replacement throne warmer.

    Long Live the future Republic of Australia!

    Screw the German house of Windsor. Bugger off!

  13. I could have bet she had 10 to 15 more years in her and wouldn't blink 2 eyes about it…she lived a beautiful LONG life that most.of dream to have. Gald she off to glory.

  14. Bless her heart, she was an exemplary figure, nobody worked as hard as her to fulfill her role. I think the loss of Prince Philip really had such an impact on her, she definitely went downhill after his death but still trucked on as she was so strong. Now, she is in peace, no more pain.

  15. Her legacy was quite intriguing, experiencing 2 world wars, the fall of the empire, and leading the country over many hard times, Maintaining the balance, dedicating her majesty’s life for all those people and the nation. We sincerely hope that you Rest In Peace with prince Philip. We will be forever in-depth over your loss, we hope you would guide us and thank you for all your sacrifices!

  16. Every human being will die ( it’s the turn of the queen 🤴 Elizabeth ) rip 🪦. Also she watched as other race of humans suffered in the hands of people who looked and had the same skin color like her. Finally she is not a hero 🦸‍♀️ in my book 📕 🦠

  17. HM Queen 🤴 Elizabeth,God bless you .
    India or depressed or oppressed people of the world will remember you always.
    In 1891, the gymvvvy Chingleput collector J. H. A. Tremenheere submitted his study on socio-economic condition of Dalits in Tamil Nadu to the British administration.[2]( King George , England,) Based on his recommendation Depressed Classes Land Act was passed on September 30 under Government Order No 1010/10-A (revenue) 1892. And 12 lakh acres were assigned to Dalits across Tamil Nadu.{ On the request of missionaries,)
    In TAMIL NADU,
    Oppressed people were asked to tie a pot around their neck when they entered the village or city or passed a high caste home .
    Only a Brahmin can have education.
    But now our chief minister Mr. STALIN gave opportunities to all caste to become priests .
    He himself is from a most backwards ,his relationships are doing barber shops ,,
    A high caste ( they call themselves so ) here still uses a BARBERS caste to undershave their bride grooms as a part of their marriage ritual using this caste 😁😁😁,,
    Slavery ,,
    Slavery to even a caste of Hon Chief MINISTER of Tamil Nadu.🙏🙏🙏( But originally they are Pipers but we know their relationship are running Barber shops,,my dad sent us me and my brother to learn cutting and shaving so that we will have a job in future if education doesn't pay us a job ,,)( my dad said only after or during this period God REVEALED himself to my dad ,,)
    Pray for our safety .
    I filed a case in our high court in 2007 .
    Noon meal scheme or lot of lakes or dams or slavery of women devadasi ,, democracy,police ,jobs , railways,,across the world are by BRITISH rule
    God bless uk
    God bless UK people.🙏🙏👍👍🙏🙏👍🙏🙏👍

  18. England stole 45 trillion from India.
    And not to mention all of it’s other colonies.

    New research by the renowned economist Utsa Patnaik – just published by Columbia University Press – deals a crushing blow to this narrative. Drawing on nearly two centuries of detailed data on tax and trade, Patnaik calculated that Britain drained a total of nearly $45 trillion from India during the period 1765 to 1938.

    It’s a staggering sum. For perspective, $45 trillion is 17 times more than the total annual gross domestic product of the United Kingdom today.

    How did this come about?

    It happened through the trade system. Prior to the colonial period, Britain bought goods like textiles and rice from Indian producers and paid for them in the normal way – mostly with silver – as they did with any other country. But something changed in 1765, shortly after the East India Company took control of the subcontinent and established a monopoly over Indian trade.

    Here’s how it worked. The East India Company began collecting taxes in India, and then cleverly used a portion of those revenues (about a third) to fund the purchase of Indian goods for British use. In other words, instead of paying for Indian goods out of their own pocket, British traders acquired them for free, “buying” from peasants and weavers using money that had just been taken from them.

    It was a scam – theft on a grand scale. Yet most Indians were unaware of what was going on because the agent who collected the taxes was not the same as the one who showed up to buy their goods. Had it been the same person, they surely would have smelled a rat.

    Some of the stolen goods were consumed in Britain, and the rest were re-exported elsewhere. The re-export system allowed Britain to finance a flow of imports from Europe, including strategic materials like iron, tar and timber, which were essential to Britain’s industrialisation. Indeed, the Industrial Revolution depended in large part on this systematic theft from India.

    On top of this, the British were able to sell the stolen goods to other countries for much more than they “bought” them for in the first place, pocketing not only 100 percent of the original value of the goods but also the markup.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/amp/opinions/2018/12/19/how-britain-stole-45-trillion-from-india

  19. Families will lose their grans their mum s and their auntie s this winter because of the cold. Because they have been left alone in hospital corridors and they have been left neglected in care homes.
    The queen was special she was a mum a gran and an aunty.

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