Popular Post kscarbel2 Posted May 26, 2016 Popular Post Share Posted May 26, 2016 Associated Press / May 26, 2016 In a move that has brought the western world to a standstill, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II issued a proclamation yesterday announcing the reclamation of the United States of America with immediate effect. Calls to the White House and congressional leaders for comment following the announcement went unanswered. Notice of Revocation of Independence “In 1776, my third great grandfather King George III made a decision to grant an experimental form of self-governance to our Royal Colonies in the New World. Since I ascended the throne in 1952, I have tried my best to understand, respect and adhere to his decree, continuing to support a system of self-government in America,” said Queen Elizabeth II. “However, particularly over the last three decades, I have witnessed an appalling lack of leadership on that side of the Atlantic, owing I believe to the widespread unwillingness of properly qualified individuals to hold seats in the so-called executive, legislative and judicial branches of government.” “Further more, the level of political misconduct has reached levels I can no longer understand nor accept. As a result, a constant succession of unsuitable individuals has brought unrest and instability to America, while at the same time, diminishing America’s participative role as a source of global leadership.” “With each passing year, I am the recipient of thousands of letters from subjects in America who are frustrated with the lack of governmental leadership. As Queen, I take the welfare of all people in the Commonwealth most seriously, and act as required on their behalf.” “Effective immediately, as bearer of the charters of the Royal Colonies in America, I am hereby revoking the independence given our thirteen Royal Colonies and their subsequent outgrowth now known as the United States of America, and the Crown’s permission for it to self-govern.” Prime Minister announces changes In an announcement outside his 10 Downing Street office, Prime Minister David Cameron said The Queen will resume monarchial duties over all 50 of the united states, commonwealths and other territories. With the end of presidential elections, Cameron said he planned to appoint a deputy level minister to lead the new overseas territory by Monday. 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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