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Berlin Daily Exposes the ‘Dark Side of The Queen’

June 4, 2022 (EIRNS)—Under the above headline, Berliner Zeitung stands out from the general Queen Jubilee mania in the mainstream media, with an article noting:

“Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is Europe’s longest-serving monarch. The British are currently celebrating the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne. But despite all the hoopla, it is important to remember that the Queen has not always shone during her reign. That she did not cut a good figure in every scandal, that she is not celebrated everywhere in the world—that is also part of her history.

“In the 1930s, the Queen’s family maintained close ties with Oswald Mosley, the British equivalent of Hitler. His movement, the so-called Brown Shirts, was a strengthening force in the British Isles. The Queen’s uncle, Edward VIII, in particular, was a fan of Mosley and met with him regularly. In July 2015, the Sun newspaper published an article with images from a 17-second private film, believed to have been taken in 1933 or 1934, showing Elizabeth at the age of six or seven giving the Hitler salute. There, her mother and siblings are also stretching their right arms to the sky.”

The Berlin daily, however, neglects to detail the Malthusian green policies of the Royal Family, including emphatically Her Majesty as Queen, her Consort Prince Philip, the heir to the throne, Charles Prince of Wales.

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