13.02.2019 Author: Grete Mautner

Will the Queen of England be Evacuated to Saudi Arabia or Iran?

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These days controversy has become the earmark of modern geopolitics. Yet, there’s things most anybody would agree with, regardless of his or her alignment. For instance, there’s no arguing that when you’re navigating troubled waters the last person you want to see at the helm would be that person that runs around like a headless chicken spreading panic. However, that is precisely the kind of person that is leading the UK through the Brexit negotiation. Needless to say, the bitterness and confusion that Theresa May creates most anywhere she appears neither benefits her public image nor Britain. Instead of a massive celebration of British identity that would leave locals with all sorts of memorabilia to show to future generations, Brexit is most commonly associated in England with the sense of impending doom.

Is it any wonder that in his interview for the Sun, Donald Trump accused Theresa May of wrecking Brexit, while adding that she may have killed off any chance of Washington contemplating a trade deal with its old overseas partner. Further still, if Bloomberg is to be believed wealthy Europeans who own private property in the UK are fleeing the country with their entire families due to the Brexit disaster.

Political analysts note that the mass exodus from Britain that is being presented to the general public as a political gesture may as a matter of fact be provoked by much less elevated concepts. For instance, British scientists flee to Germany and other European countries, since they want their scientific research be subsidized by the government, while they may enjoy better social conditions and health care there.

Since there’s a chance that Britain may leave the European Union without striking a deal with the latter, the scenario that is commonly referred to as “Hard Brexit”, British generals were compelled to draft an emergency plan to ensure that the UK survives this scenario. A group of some 20 officers, who are usually being put in charge of Operation Temperer that allows London to deploy military detachments across the UK in support of local police unit following a major terrorist attack, received an order demanding it to speed up preparations for Hard Brexit. It must ensure that British armed forces would be capable of maintain public across the isles. Additionally, they are supposed to take care of hospitals receiving enough medical supplies and ferry routes to the continent remaining open even if people start leaving the UK in panic.

Should Hard Brexit prove to be a complete and utter disaster for London, some 10 thousand British servicemen are prepared to be deployed to most any location across the isles, with twelve hundred soldiers being kept on high alert daily.

But what is particularly curious is that British intelligence agencies have also drafted a secret plan of evacuation of the royal family. As it’s been pointed out by the Sunday Times they used the plans, which were originally intended to be put into action in the event of a nuclear attack from the Soviet Union, that implied that the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were to be moved out of London to a secret location.

For sure, nobody will ever tell the media where Queen Elizabeth is going to be seeking refuge until she is brought to safety, yet European history is full of examples of monarchs fleeing their countries due to cases of mass unrest. Traditionally, those runaway royals would try to seek protection from their distant relatives who have royal blood running in their veins.

According to British genealogists, who managed to trace Queen Elizabeth’s lineage back 43 generations, the blue blood of the sitting British queen is the blood of the Moslem prophet Mohammed.

For the first time this information was presented to the general public by the most respectable geneological guide to royalty in the UK – Burke’s Peerage. Back in 1986 the authors behind this publication claimed that they managed to trace Queen Elizabeth’s ancestry back to Muslim kings of Spain that were direct ancestors of prophet Mohammed who died back in the seventh century in those lands that belong to Saudi Arabia today. The moment this fact was announced Harold B. Brooks-Baker stated that:

It is little known by the British people that the blood of Mohammed flows in the veins of the queen. However, all Moslem religious leaders are proud of this fact.

Of course, it is difficult to predict whether Queen Elizabeth is going to be evacuated to Saudi Arabia or Iran, the two countries that are commonly described as the pillars of modern Islam, but one things is certain – nobody is going to be in a rush to rescue Theresa May should things turn from bad to worse in the course of Hard Brexit. And this fact serves as a clear indicator of the negative attitude that both British intelligence agencies and common people share towards the sitting prime minister. It’s apparent that in her ambition to leave a trace in history and outshine the “Iron Lady” of British politics – Margaret Thatcher, May has clearly overlooked one little detail – all politicians are public servants of the people that elected them and they are rarely capable of getting away with ignoring best interests of their employers.

Grete Mautner is an independent researcher and journalist from Germany, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook.