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One of the more fanciful conspiracy theories floating about is one postulated by Lyndon LaRouche claiming that the Queen of England runs the world. Most of his connections sound extravagant and the web of intrigue would be almost impossible to keep hidden but other claims are obviously true:
"At one time LaRouche claimed that Queen Elizabeth II personally sent the philosophers Aldous Huxley and Alan Watts to America to corrupt us with drugs and Asian religions."
But every once in a while something will happen that's so strange, so incongruous, so mysterious and so scandalous that I'm tempted to buy off on LL's whole crazy theory because crazy is the only rational explanation for what I'm watching.


I ask YOU America, in all seriousness, what the hell is going on here? I know he's crazy uncle Joe, Lunch Bucket Joe, the Dwight Kurt Schrute III of US politics but come on, fellow citizens. This man is the Vice President of the United States of America - A constitutional Federal Republic that fought a war in 1776 to unshackle the people from the chains of monarchy and thereby free their minds and persons. How can a person of this high station after certifying the Electoral Collage votes for President and VP in a solemn (solemn by American standards) ceremony, even in lighthearted jest, say "God Save the Queen?" What mischief put this phrase - and un-American phrase - in the mans mind? What failure of circumspection allowed the words to pass his lips?

This man Biden is a Constitutional Monarchist and always has been. There is NO satisfactory answer as to how he became Vice President unless it was on direct orders of QE2. Now, as one of his last acts of "public service" he removes the mask and the truth comes out. Treason!!! He's an agent of the monarchy and loyal to The Queen - to the gallows with him before he makes his escape to the AMTRAK quiet car.

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