1776-1976 Queen Elizabeth Toasted on July 4th Bicentennial





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Published on Jul 4, 2008


1776... A declaration of Independence against the British power.

1976... A toast to the Queen, a parasitic leader who thinks she owns the world

Some 32 years ago, Queen Elizabeth II made an official visit to the U.S. to celebrate the United States' 200th Anniversary of independence for the tyrannical world power, Britain.

But on the bicentennial, that spirit of liberty and independence was undermined, perhaps, when Gerald Ford and Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller seemed to be more beholden to the splendor of the Queen-- raising a glass to the United States in her name.

Not that there's anything wrong with the Queen or other foreign powers visiting and making friends with our nation-- but that intention of the country's founding fathers-- including personal liberty and avoiding entangling alliances with other countries (which leads to debilitating wars)-- is now a far cry.

Instead, a globalist cartel of Kings & Queens, top bankers, heads of the world's largest corporations really control the world's affairs-- particularly through secretive groups such as the Bilderberg group, the CFR, the Trilateral Commission, all interlocked with elitist councils such as the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

Ask yourselfs-- has America's independence been forever shattered? Are we once again enslaved and in servitude to the agendas and whims of the few, the powerful-string pullers?

What ever happened to the rights of individuals, the decentralized & limited government. What became of the Republic, which balances powers through various channels-- in opposition to subservient, bought & paid banana republic dictatorships?

We've come a long, long way. Find out more, and reclaim your roots of liberty at Infowars.com


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