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Trafalgar Square: Massive Crowds demonstration calling for Tommy Robinson


Tommy Robinson supporters gathering in London to protest Robinson's jailing clashed with police at a Whitehall demonstration amid calls to free the English Defence League founder.

Parliamentary tradition was the taking of hostages to open parliament They got one of yours. There was a real reason behind it. The state only rules with the consent of the governed. They are losing that consent significantly. It is a no win situation for it. It is far better to release Tommy than fight another civil war. Populism is taking hold in many countries. The people are fed up with the sham governance against their wishes. One day push will come to shove like the Bastille in Paris. It won't be pretty if the people have to get Tommy out. But the subversives in the shadow governments will get their due like they always do. A word to the wise pardon Tommy and let him out long before the tipping point comes.

Before the monarch departs from Buckingham Palace the Treasurer, Comptroller and Vice-Chamberlain of the Queen's Household (all of whom are Government whips) deliver ceremonial white staves to her. The Lord Chamberlain, on behalf of the monarch, keeps the hostage MP (usually the Vice-Chamberlain) "prisoner" for the duration of the state opening, by tradition as a surety for the safe return of the monarch. The hostage MP is well entertained until the successful conclusion of the ceremony, when he or she is released upon the safe return of the Queen. The Vice-Chamberlain's imprisonment is now purely ceremonial, though he does remain under guard; originally, it guaranteed the safety of the Sovereign as he or she entered a possibly hostile Parliament. The tradition stems from the time of Charles I, who had a contentious relationship with Parliament and was eventually beheaded in 1649 during the Civil War between the monarchy and Parliament. A copy of Charles I's death warrant is displayed in the robing room used by the monarch as a ceremonial reminder of what can happen to a monarch who attempts to interfere with Parliament.

Posted by George Freund on June 11, 2018 at 8:59 PM 369 Views