The British Royal Family and The Jews

The British Royal Family and The Jews
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BRITAIN HAS BEEN INTENSELY LOYAL TO HER MONARCHY’S, most ancient origins. However, the Queen has favoured the multi racialists, and turned her back on the more conservative and loyal, true White Britons. It is therefore no surprise to learn that the British monarchy is today surrounded by Jews and Jewish influence, and that Prince Philip also has Jewish blood.

In 1851, Alexander, son of the Grand Duke of Hesse – that same family who raised the Rothschilds to power and hired out their subjects as mercenaries to fight the American colonists in their revolt against George III of England-contracted a morganatic marriage with the daughter of a wealthy Polish Jewish commoner who had grown rich as a supplier of arms to the war ministry. Since she had been baptized a Christian, the family permitted the marriage, and revived an old family title for Alexander and his Jewess. The title was the Count of Battenburg. This was the beginning of the Battenburg line.

The Hesse family later , made Alexander Prince o f Battenburg, and his eldest son by his Jewish wife was Prince Louis of Battenburg. Prince Louis came to England to join Queen Victoria’s Court, where he became an Admiral of the British Navy and a personal friend of King Edward VII. During World War I, because of the German propaganda, he decided to disown the German side and changed his name to Mountbatten, and he also received an English title, Marques of Milford Haven. His son, George, who bore the same title, was best man at Queen Elizabeth’s wedding to Prince Philip and led a very free and easy going pleasure loving existence which earned him no small reputation.