There’s nothing as “American“ as the “Fourth of July”. This day is the country’s annual celebration of its “Independence from the British Empire in 1776”.
The Queen of Britain, Queen Elizabeth wishes America a very “Happy Independence Day”.
RELATIONS BETWEEN QUEEN ELIZABETH AND THE AMERICANS.
Queen, is the obvious solution to America’s problems. She is the one guaranteeing representation for all people rather than a political party, preventing populism, and keeping society on an even keel.
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According to the surveys, the Americans says, Queen Elizabeth is an advocate for tradition and culture. They say that this is ” the only thing that satisfies man’s natural desire for hierarchy”. They see themselves as true patriots and believes that the American Constitution can co-exist with Britain’s, Queen Elizabeth’s rule.
FROM AN AMERICAN.
“We are patriotic Americans. Who seek the return of proper governance to our country through prayerful, peaceful means. We love our country and want what’s best for our Queen”.
The United States of America has long admired the British sovereign.
THE LETTER FROM THE QUEEN.
My dear colonists,
On the occasion of your loud celebration of independence from Britain, I have decided to break precedent by offering this Royal salutation from across the pond.
You might not know this, but your tantrum 242 years ago was directed at my fourth great-grandfather, King George III. I don’t condone everything he signed up. Be it regarding the war of independence. Not because going to war with you was morally wrong, but because he was a screaming hypocrite. No-one can ever accuse me of being a hypocrite principally. That is because I rarely offer an opinion of any sort.
So here we are, all these years later. I’ll admit you do have something significant to celebrate today.
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Today, our two nations have much in common. Each of us has achieved a pinnacle of economic mismanagement, leaving us financially bankrupt. But through the joint efforts of our “Special Relationship,” we’ve been able to muscle our way to a respectable credit score. We have also learned from each other that perception is all that truly matters.
I’ll hand you some plaudits though. You’ve certainly managed to instil a sense of constitutional loyalty in your people. We saw the danger in that process decades ago. Which is why we never bothered with a written constitution. You actually taught us an important lesson.
I think I’ve gone on long enough. Whatever our differences are, the two nations are united in a common quest to direct our resources toward an assault on our own people.
A great British policy-maker once observed: “War is peace. Freedom is slavery and Ignorance is strength”.
Good night and God bless America!
A LOOK AT OLD TIMES.
During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the “Thirteen Colonies from Great Britain” in 1776 actually occurred on July 2. When the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence that was proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia. He declared that The United States Of America is now independent of Great Britain rule.
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After voting for independence, Congress turned its attention to the Declaration of Independence. At that time, Thomas Jefferson was its principal author. Congress debated and revised the wording of the Declaration. Then it was finally approved that the independence day will be celebrated two days later that is on July 4.