You will see the virtual obliteration of the industrial culture, the national sovereignty, and even the mortal existence of the nation called Australia. You will see exemplary evidence of the same operations being conducted against countries of Asia and continental Europe. It is readily and fairly calculated, that the policy-measures which the Prince and his accomplices have adopted, and are implementing currently would, if allowed, reduce the population of this planet from a current level of about 5. Under conditions produced as a byproduct of such concentrated shock to the collective immune-system of all higher forms of life, it is by no means assured that any human beings would exist at the close of the coming century, if the Prince and his accomplices were not stopped, and the policies reversed, now. We might hope such a holocaust were not certain, but we dare not risk that wish; in any case, the Prince, his accomplices, and their evil policies must be stopped now. One must not overestimate the morality of those sections of the oligarchy which are working toward the ouster of the Windsors, of the Thatcherites, or both. From the standpoint of such factions of the oligarchy, the essential crime of the Windsors and the Thatcherites like the Bush-leaguers in the U. No doubt, many of the eugenicists of the oligarchy view this “fanatical stupidity” as the result of something like a flaw in the family’s genes, whether from Philip’s side of the family, or to be found already among Victoria’s brood. Put summarily, the world seems headed toward Hell in the proverbial wheelbarrow, and the Windsors and Thatcherites won’t get off the track of their failed New Age experiments.
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History[ edit ] Veste Coburg Ehrenburg Palace , rebuilt after a catastrophic fire in , received its Gothic revival exterior in the 19th century Coburg was first mentioned in a monastic document dated , which marked the transfer of ownership to the Archbishop-Elector of Cologne , : The origin of the name Coburg is unclear; the first element may be kuh, which would give a literal meaning of “cow borough”.
Its oldest remains date to the 12th or 13th century. In , the castle came into possession of the House of Henneberg and in it passed to the House of Wettin : During the Diet of Augsburg in reformer Martin Luther spent six months at the castle located at the southernmost point of the Saxon duchy while his liege lord , John, Elector of Saxony , attended the Diet. Luther was forbidden to attend by the Elector, who feared that he would be imprisoned and burned as a heretic.
While quartered at the castle Luther continued with his translation of the Bible into German. In , the princely residence was moved from the Veste to a former monastery, rebuilt as a Renaissance palace , the Ehrenburg.
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There is a small, but powerful group of individuals who are the architects and instigators behind the formation and implementation of this “New World Order”. A government run by the same small group of elite that have ruled the masses for a very long time under various guises. These elite are the descendents of those that ruled for at least the past two centuries – kings and queens, bankers, robber barrons, priests, and assorted subservient oligarchs and media representatives.
Their desire for a return to a one world feudal state should come as no surprise to anyone who has read a little history. It is their nature after all. The undisputible fact remains that the people who are working towards it do, as evidenced by their own writings.
He lost a son, Richard, at the early age of seventeen years, by accident, being thrown from his horse on 25th April,
He was born in Scotland about the year His parents were of the poorer class, his father being engaged in a small business. When sixteen years of age he was transported to New South Wales for setting fire to a stack of hay, and arrived by the ship Pitt, in the year , at the age of seventeen. On arrival he was appointed to the stone gang at Parramatta, where he probably remained for a few years.
We first hear of him at the Hawkesbury early in the year , when the population was very small, as a settler and constable. At a meeting of settlers held to fix the price of stores and labour at the Hawkesbury, in the year , Andrew Thompson was amongst those present, also D. Smallwood, Edward Robinson, and M. On 13th November, , Governor King issued a proclamation that in order to prevent litigation, all agreements for the Hawkesbury should be registered with Andrew Thompson, the registration fee to be 6d.
About this time he was also appointed superintendent of labour gangs.
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The words in brackets appear in a copy of the inscription which was made about , and is now in the Public Records’ Office, London.
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First settlement[ edit ] The Calgary area was inhabited by pre- Clovis people whose presence has been traced back at least 11, years. He was a Hudson’s Bay Company trader and the first recorded European to visit the area. John Glenn was the first documented European settler in the Calgary area, in When the Canadian Pacific Railway reached the area in , and a rail station was constructed, Calgary began to grow into an important commercial and agricultural centre.
Over a century later, the Canadian Pacific Railway headquarters moved to Calgary from Montreal in
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Much of the street is situated on a hillside that was probably once moorland, parts of which may have been wooded and others later cultivated. The sauchie haugh or willow meadow from which the street derives its name was probably a low-lying area located near what would later become Charing Cross. The development of Sauchiehall Street was part of the westward growth of the city, spurred by the desire of wealthy merchants to own property on the outskirts.
Villas and terraces with distinguished names like Kensington and Windsor Place were constructed during the second decade of the 19th Century and the street became a quiet and narrow suburban thoroughfare known as Saughie-haugh Road. This shows the view looking west along Sauchiehall Street from the eastern end, at the intersection with Buchanan Street where the tram lines curve in from Parliamentary Road.
The tower was taken down in to make way for St. The Royalty theatre opened there in and became famous for comedies, opera and plays. In the foreground is the entrance to the Lyric Theatre located in the YMCA building and there are businesses all along the frontage, including a branch of A. Harris, the tobacconist, and a service offering hair cutting, shaving, chiropody and manicure.
McColl, the confectioner, has good exposure on the corner. Postcard published by Judges Ltd. The policeman on point duty has stopped traffic so that the tramcar can turn right into Sauchiehall Street from Renfield Street. Three years earlier, the name of the church had been changed to Renfield Street Church of Scotland and it continued as such until it closed in when the congregation became part of what it now known as Renfield St.
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The period during this recession marked Calgary’s transition from a mid-sized and relatively nondescript prairie city into a major cosmopolitan and diverse centre.
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