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Roger Mortimer and the tipping point

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Roger Mortimer and the tipping point

Post by Cornfed » July 16th, 2017, 7:56 am

I don’t suppose most of you know the story of Roger Mortimer, who ruled England for about three years in the 1300s. The story was that he was helping the young king Edward III, but really he was running the show. It got to the point where everyone thought this sucked, but no-one dared to say so.

To make sure no-one dared say so, he had the nominal king’s uncle executed for treason. Roger himself was probably the only person in the country who wanted the king’s uncle executed for treason. First, the executioner ran away. Next the soldiers were asked to execute him. No-one came forward. Their Captains were asked to order them to do so. They refused. Finally a convicted murderer was found and he carried out the execution in exchange for a pardon. Instead of the usual cheers, the crowd stood in stony silence. Though it would appear that Roger was still in complete control, he had obviously just signed his own death warrant. When Edward said the word and Roger was arrested, all the goons who had previously been obeying Roger were like “Yeah, obviously”.

Is this not the position of the ZOG in the current year? We all know it is all bullshit, and we all know the regime needs to be deposed. It is just one little thing, whatever it may be, that will cause people to rise up against them, just like with Roger.

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