Selected quotes and notes from Count Time Podcast with LD Azobra asks is Queen Elizabeth II a white supremacist?
Our question today is Queen Elizabeth II a white supremacist? Yes, you heard me correctly. Is the Queen a white supremacist? Hold on. Don’t get too excited. Like the old folks used to say, just hold your britches. Give me opportunity to express or to explain myself.
With the recent interview with Oprah, Megan and Harry, many was shocked to hear that many in Buckingham Palace we’re concerned about if their baby would be dark, meaning in color, would it look like an African child? So we choose to have a little discussion on this issue in hopes of shading a little more light for shit. We say to enlighten you about what’s really going on at Buckingham Palace. Now, where do we start? Because this one will be a doozy. Believe me, it’s going to be a doozy.
You already the Queen is the supremacist. The Queen is the supremacist. No, I know what you’re saying. Where are you going with this? Just hold on. Give me opportunity to to move forward and make my part. What do I mean? The Queen is the supremacist. So the Queen here the Supreme head of the Church of England?
Yes, you heard me right. The Queen is the Supreme head of the Church of the Church of England. This was the title created in 15 31 400 to 8 1 of her, I guess, six or 7 times great grandfather when first began to separate the Church of England from the thoughts of the Holy Sea and allegiance to the Pope by creating what they call the Act of Supremacy of 15 34, confirming the King status as having supremacy over the Church and required the no ability to swear an oath recognize in Henry supremacist. By 15 36, Hendra had broken with Rome and seized the Catholic Church assets in England and declared the Church of England as they established Church with himself as his head, not the Pope. I guess he ex-communicated the Pope from out of England.
They also created what we call the out of supremacist. Require any person in England taken public or Church office in England to swear allegiance of England. Failure to do so is treated as treasonable. The supremacy was originally imposed by King Henry the Eighth of England, through the Act of Supremacist of 15 34, but repealed by his daughter, Queen Mary, first of England, and reinstated under Hendry’s other daughter and mayor’s, half sister, Queen Elizabeth II of England, under the Act of Supremacy of 15 59. No, I’m not making this up. This is stuff that I did research and you can go look and look it up and find it yourself. The old was later extended to include members of Parliament and people studying at universities. Catholics were allowed to become members of the Parliament only in 18 29. So the Act up Supremacy, a two Act passed by the Parliament of England in the sixteenth century that established the English monarch as the head of the Church of England.