Interview with Charlie Veitch, political activist, from London
presstv.ir | May 30, 2011
The UK Royal family is a parasite on the natural order because it unequally separates people into classes based on hereditary and not according to natural law, an analyst says.
In an interview with Press TV, Charlie Veitch, political activist, elaborates on Queen Elizabeth II’s recent comments that she may be the last royal head of state.
Press TV: When the Queen of England is quoted as saying she’s concerned about a UK break-up, what is she referring to?
Veitch: She’s referring to a 304-year-old union called the United Kingdom that was enacted in a document called the Act of the Union.
The Scottish nobility eventually surrendered by corruption to the English crown. We’re seeing a big campaign now in Scotland with the Scottish National Party [SNP] going to run a vote to see if Scotland wants to break away from England. I’ve just been in Wales over the last week and there’s been a resurgent Welsh identity there.
I think what we’re seeing is a spread of the “Arab Spring” revolutions coming to Europe.
You’ve just mentioned in your report that Spainish people are camping. Let’s not forget that all royal families are a parasite upon natural order and upon natural law because we are all created equal under the eyes of God, the universe, or whatever you believe in.
We are seeing the Queen, which is very nice, expressing her very rational fears that the slave ship that she and her parents helped create is about to crash into the rocks.
Press TV: Do you think it is kind of surprising for the British media to actually make public this concern at this time?
Veitch: I don’t think it’s very surprising because the British media, like any media worldwide, is interested in sensationalism and selling stories. And to have the head of the British establishment, Queen Elizabeth II, expressing fears that this very bizarre union of four countries – let’s not forget that Northern Ireland is still occupied by British forces and that island is still divided into two – is united artificially under the Act of the Union. It’s only 300 years old. Empires have risen and fallen in much shorter times than that.
Press TV: Your last point on this. How likely do you think this scenario is when we are speaking of a break-up? Is the possibility more likely now for Scotland in light of that election victory for the SNP which has been promoting some kind of a division?
Veitch: I think it is very likely. Maybe not in the next two years and maybe not in the next five years, but I’d say definitely within our lifetimes we will see the artificial United Kingdom broken up into smaller, more tribal lands as they were 305 years ago before the Act of the Union.
Press TV: Do you think that if that is put to a referendum that the British people will vote for it, that the people in Scotland would vote for it?
Veitch: I don’t know if they would vote for it because what we have in Britain with its very advanced medias, with the manufacturing of consent of the public, much like in any revolution, much like in any struggle it would be down to a very small clique of very brave revolutionaries that may have to accelerate this break-up.
I believe that if we do take votes, the general public are so well conditioned and so well programmed by what the establishment want them to believe that they may very well not vote for a dissolving of the United Kingdom. They may actually choose to stick with it because, as they say, “death to the devil as you know” because people are run by fear and they are scared of what independence might mean.
Press TV: Just because you brought that up it does raise the question of do you think that there will be, as you say, a division and break-up in the UK because people are wanting to get out of the authority of the Queen, to feel that independence and if the monarchy does play an important role here in that likelihood?
Veitch: Yes. I think the people not only want to escape the clutches of a ridiculous parasite monarchy, they also want to escape the clutches of the European Union, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the Zionist-controlled influence in many in many of the banking interests in Britain and around Europe.
The Queen, in a way, she is a ridiculous figure head of an old world order. And as many people such as George Bush senior and Gordon Brown have been talking about a new world order, many people such as myself and everyone that I interact with want to make sure that the new world does not have these old, elitist establishment control that we saw in the past.
To answer your question, yes, we would very much like to live without a ridiculous Queen ruling us as British subjects.