Felipe Calderón gave the Queen of England a Maque tray from Michoacan. The Queen gave Calderón a collector’s edition of George Orwell’s dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Calderón received the book as he bowed and scraped at Buckingham Palace.
|Felipe Calderón meets with the Queen.|
On its face, the gift presented to Calderón seems rather strange. But when you think about it, not really. In the novel, Oceania has a strict social class arrangement with the Inner Party at the top (2% of the population represented by Big Brother), the Outer Party of bureaucrats in the middle, and a large number of Proles at the bottom. The Inner Party believes the Proles are inferior and expendable and strives to make certain they live in misery, not unlike the average Mexican who lives under grinding poverty while a small predatory and parasitical class represented by Calderón steals the country’s wealth.
The elected president of Mexico is Andrés Manuel López Obrador, but Mexico’s elite rigged the election in 2006 and installed the “free market” — that is to say, the globalist and bankster tool — Felipe Calderón.
Mexico has rather obvious and obnoxious social classes based along racial lines. Most of the country is mestizo (of mixed European and native ancestry) while the ruling elite is white. It is not uncommon for the elite to harbor racist attitudes bordering on white supremacy.
Felipe Calderón is careful not to display racist attitudes. Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, does not share this aversion. He has made numerous racist, sexist and xenophobic comments in public and seems to revel in telling “jokes” about the lower classes (see Top 15 Quotes of Prince Philip).
Skin color is foremost in the minds of the royals. The BBC bent over backward to excuse Prince Charles for his racism. The Prince of Wales is fond of calling an Asian polo club member “Sooty.” Kolin Dhillon, the club member, told the BBC he likes “being called Sooty by my friends who I am sure universally use the name as a term of affection with no offense meant or felt.”
|The Duke and Duchess of Windsor meet Adolf Hitler in 1937.|
But of equal import is the fact the royals are unabashed Nazi sympathizers. It’s not simply Prince Harry’s penchant for wearing Nazi uniforms — he wore the uniform at a friend’s birthday party in Wiltshire, which had the tell-tale dress theme “colonial and native” in 2005 — but royal family has a sordid history of royal support for Nazis as well.
King Edward VIII, who became the Duke of Windsor after abdicating in 1936, was sympathetic towards Hitler. In 1970 he told one interviewer: “I never thought Hitler was such a bad chap.” The duke and his wife, Wallis Simpson, had visited Germany in 1937 and were taken to meet the Führer.
Edward’s abdication led to Queen Elizabeth II’s ascension to the throne in 1952. It is said her second cousin, Prince Philip, whom she married, had siblings with connections to the Nazis. Philip was trained in the Hitler Youth. “Not only was he trained in the Hitler Youth curriculum, but his German brothers-in-law, with whom he lived, all became high-ranking figures in the Nazi Party,” writes Scott Thompson in The American Almanac. Philip’s belief in population control and eugenics is like a page right out the Nazi playbook.
“Other royals also had links to the Nazis,” writes Richard Woods for the Sunday Times. “Baron Gunther von Reibnitz, the father of Princess Michael of Kent, was a party member and an honorary member of the SS. And the brother of Princess Alice, a great-aunt to the Queen, was a Nazi who said that Hitler had done a ‘wonderful job.’”“Three of Philip’s brothers-in-law were part of a group of German aristocrats who were Anglophile and pro-Nazi at the same time, and who remain a subversive force in Germany to this day,” Thompson adds.
It’s no secret the British monarchy, and the City of London’s leading Crown bankers, enthusiastically backed Hitler and the Nazis, bankrolled the Führer’s election, and did everything possible to build the Nazi war machine.
Considering the historical record — dutifully ignored by the corporate media as Obama bows and scrapes before the Queen and her pro-Nazi and racist husband — the Queen’s gift to Felipe Calderón may be inappropriate.
She should have gifted him with a copy of Hitler’s Mein Kampf.