England’s Forgotten Queen: A Lesson in Sovereignty

by Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

I thoroughly recommend the television series England’s Forgotten Queen: The Life and Death of Lady Jane Grey as an object lesson in what happens when the spirit of Sovereignty rises up from the land and enters the hearts and minds of the people. The story about the two rival queens, Mary and Jane, shows that there is really is an unstoppable force which even uses the elements and the weather to achieve its aims, just as it did on the night of June 23rd 2016 when key Remainer seats in south-west London were flooded, preventing people from getting to the polls.

This royal event from our history is usually presented as a battle between Mary, the Catholic queen and Jane, the Protestant queen. However, the religious schism is just  window-dressing for a power struggle of greater forces, and I am certain that what really happened in the year 1553 is taught secretly to students of statecraft as they are prepared for rulership because it’s a classic textbook example of what can go wrong when a government gets out of touch with the spirit of Sovereignty and the people over which they rule.

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