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Monday, 11 November 2013

Remembrance Day 2013 and Kate Smiling Again!

We can assume until we see otherwise that these photographs have been taken out of context however, a picture does tell a thousand words. This is a very sombre day.


In one article a number of photographs with Kate playing with her hair might have been with being deep in thought. Or it could have been that her thoughts were elsewhere.


The Queen dressed in black for mourning; with Prince Philip arriving at the Cenotaph in Central London - behind them is Prince Harry.


'The monarch laid the first wreath at the Cenotaph on Whitehall to commemorate all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice since the First World War'


The Queen is pictured close up, deep in thought. Remembering when opening her letter thinking this very reserved lady, that still waters run deep.


The three Princes, Philip, William and Harry also lay a wreath on Whitehall in Central London. On this day thousands of people attend for this remembrance.


'Ready: Labour Party leader Ed Miliband (left), Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (centre) and Prime Minister David Cameron prepare to lay wreaths beside the Cenotaph'





'The Duchess of Cambridge (centre) smiles as she leaves Westminster with Prince William (left) after attending the service for Remembrance Sunday' - notice on top of the car a crown on a coat of arms. The drivers do not appear to be amused at all. What is so funny Kate?



'Emotional: A soldier reacts, as members of Scotland's armed forces and veterans gather to commemorate and pay respect in Fort William' - Prince William's name. Soldiers have been trained to hide their tears. Young boys have been trained not to cry. When shops sell toy guns and war games, this is training them young to kill people on the order of an overlord later on. Today young children have wizard wands to introduce them to spell casting.

Members of the armed forces, in Portsmouth's Guildhall Square, during a Remembrance Sunday service.

'Locals line the street as members of the armed forces and veterans march during a Remembrance Day parade in Bristol' - notice the road appears blue.


'All ages: Standard bearers at Centenary Square in Birmingham, during a remembrance service held in tribute to members of the armed forces who have died in conflicts'


'Ewa Gardner (right), three, lays a cross at the Royal Wootton Bassett Garden of Remembrance in Wiltshire'

'Watched: Defence Secretary Philip Hammond lays a wreath as he joins soldiers of the 7th Armoured Brigade The Desert Rats, in Camp Bastion, Helmand, Afghanistan'

'In perspective: Soldiers of the 7th Armoured Brigade The Desert Rats at Camp Bastion in Helmand, Afghanistan, during a Remembrance Sunday service'

'Respectful: A soldier bows his head in front of the Second World War memorial during an event marking Remembrance Day in Sri Lanka, a British colony until 1948'

'Parade: Soldiers march in front of the Second World War memorial on Remembrance Day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, which is five and a half hours ahead of Britain'

'Remembering: Members of the Royal Air Force's 83 Expeditionary Air Group during a sunset remembrance ceremony at their Qatar base yesterday'

'Lest we forget: Corporal Olie Dunk lowers the flag from the Royal Air Force's 83 Expeditionary Air Group during a sunset remembrance ceremony at their Qatar base'

'Vetran: Prince Charles meets Madahukar Dongre, the last holder of the Burma Star in India who is alive, as they leave a remembrance service at the Afghan Church in Mumbai'

There are a number of other photographs and the article can be found in the link below.

A few weeks ago talking to an elderly man, he spoke about going to war and dying for his Queen and country. Above is photographs of a woman who 'might' be crowned Queen, to be head of the armed forces and the police. To be cloaked in the law can be misconstrued. To have the to influence people to go to war, to cause injustice and harm innocent people - on what merit is this? Wizard wand wavers do not represent Lord Jesus Christ!

The scepter is not given to cause harm to anyone.

The oath that all officials take can be made void if it is made by deception and coercion - especially if the oath is taken to cause hurt, suffering, loss, destitution and death to people. There are fundamental laws given by God Almighty. In the Holy Bible it is written for Christians not to take an oath. Are Christians are aware of this? You are now!

“Again you have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not swear falsely, but shall perform to the Lord what you have sworn.’ But I say to you, Do not take an oath at all, either by heaven, for it is the throne of God, or by the earth, for it is his footstool, or by Jerusalem, for it is the city of the great King. And do not take an oath by your head, for you cannot make one hair white or black. Let what you say be simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No’; anything more than this comes from evil." Matthew 5:33-37

"My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me" John 10:27

Do not take an oath lest is be used against you!

The problem comes when people bow down to given titles, they are spiritually blind and deaf so they are not hearing and seeing the people how are not. And a system that is thriving with so much injustice and wars based on lies - they are ignoring God.

We cannot serve two Masters. And if Queen Elizabeth is sincere in her faith, she knows that WE who are Sincere Servants of God are All also Spiritually connected.

Long overdue is Global Peace and Healing.

Peace, love and best wishes
Pauline Maria

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2496940/Britain-unites-Remembrance-Sunday-commemorations.html

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