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A very dangerous man by all accounts. The Butcher of Britain if you will. Butchery being the severance of one animal's body parts from another. The chopping up of bodies, lopping of heads. Possibly, he was addicted to the adrenaline rush when giving the order to behead his victims. Thus, he needed more and more executions to quench his internal drug addiction. The fact he became obese, confirms his love of excess. Including his propensity to spend money.



Quentin Tarantino need look no further for his next blood and gore movie, than the life of King Henry of England. There would be more blood than Inglourious Basterds and Jango Unchained, indeed, all of his other movies put together. And, what a shocker, it is a true story. Imagine the titles: "Axe," "Axeman," "The Axe Man," "Head Hunter," Headsman." Fat Basterd," "Dangerous Basterd," "Sharp," "Blunt." For routine executions the ordinary axe man would suffice, sometimes taking several attempts to chop off a head. For a special event, Henry sent for an expert with an extremely sharp sword.


It is likely he became addicted to blood letting. The adrenaline rush from each order to kill.


Henry VIII, Tudor king of England, was adept at re-writing rules to suit his royal purpose. He created the Church of England, ignoring all other faiths and scientific agnostics.* Making English and all of the United Kingdom's laws that flowed there-from, Christian inclined, doctored to the king's requirements. Therefore invalid in other religions, for not taking those into consideration, without the blessing of other faiths.


That is because Statute has to be approved by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal. We know the House of Lords is rife with corruption, with Titles for sale. But the Church of England was a made up religion, to enable Henry to bed more women on his own terms. A bit like spiking drinks at a night club, except, legalised. Leaving them without any Human Rights and in fear for their lives, if they disobeyed. Since the King's word was law.


Part thy hairy vestibule or feel the wrath of the axe man. It was virtually state sanction rape, with his targets fully aware of the dangers facing them. With the Bishops and Clerics there to help brainwash his victims. Just take one for England and smile. But you must bear a son as part of the bargain. Or, face the Tower.


What are the modern dangers of marrying into a royal family? Betwixt his many mistresses, Henry took six wives:


1. Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536): Demoted for no son, produced (Bloody) Mary I

2. Anne Boleyn (c. 1501-1536): The Union That Sparked Reformation, Beheaded, produced Elizabeth I

3. Jane Seymour (1508-1537): Died After Giving Birth to Male Heir; Edward VI

4. Anne of Cleves (1515-1557): Strategic, Six-Month Marriage (Ugly) settlement

5. Catherine Howard (1523-1542): Treasured, Then Executed for adultery & treason

6. Catherine Parr (1512-1548): Peacemaker Who Outlived Henry



The British monarch (King Charles) is the supreme governor and the archbishop of Canterbury (currently Justin Welby) is the most senior cleric. The governing structure of the church is based on dioceses, each presided over by a bishop. Within each diocese are local parishes. Ring any bells. Parish councils control planning consents, bowing to District Councils, who control the local police. The General Synod of the Church of England is the legislative body for the church and comprises bishops, other clergy and laity. Its measures must be approved by the Parliament of the United Kingdom. 


And so we have a legislative patchwork of laws that allow corruption at the highest levels - with few checks and balances. For example, there is no right of Appeal in the UK. If you are wrongly convicted by a force that is biased, there is no way of correcting that injustice. Mainly because the High Court judges who one has to petition for Leave, are rewarded with honours for towing the party line. They are thus unconsciously biased. Commonly known as discriminatory.


But discrimination is illegal, save that there is no effective remedy for the ordinary man of limited means.


Of the 42 diocesan archbishops and bishops in the Church of England, 26 are permitted to sit in the House of Lords. The Archbishops of Canterbury and York automatically have seats, as do the bishops of London, Durham and Winchester. The remaining 21 seats are filled in order of seniority by date of consecration. It may take a diocesan bishop a number of years to reach the House of Lords, at which point he or she becomes a Lord Spiritual. The Bishop of Sodor and Man and the Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe are not eligible to sit in the House of Lords as their dioceses lie outside the United Kingdom.








Corruption lurks in every corridor of local and national buildings. Queen Elizabeth was asked for help. She declined. The duty to provide an effective remedy, now rests with King Charles. Her faith was manufactured as a means for King Henry to get his leg over. That did not seem to bother her, modified as it was at every opportunity to whitewash the origins.


Incompatibility in Human Rights terms, is where one statute does not comply with HR statute. The European Convention does include Article 13, the right to an effective remedy. British citizens are controlled, by taking that right away. Worse, there are many Quangos whose decisions (and are mostly secret) cannot be challenged. After reading all the evidence, would you agree that -it is pure Adolf Hitler: Disarming the Electorate? The cure is absolute transparency, in all public walks of life.








In 1530, at Hampton Court Palace, King Henry VIII and his advisers penned a letter to Rome. In it, for the first time, Henry threatened to break with the Vatican and split off from the Catholic Church. As you might imagine, Rome probably thought he'd bitten off more than he could chew. But, four years later, in the 1534 Act of Supremacy, Henry carried through on that threat and the 'Church of England' was born. This may have influenced the likes of Adolf Hitler, for such political adulterations saw Henry become the ultimate dictator, something extremely hard to pull off in the 20th Century - but a breeze in baronial England. Though the Fuhrer managed something reasonably closely aligned, and both dictators used extreme methods to eliminate political adversaries.

In Henry's case the lopping of heads, whereas the constitutional foundation for Hitler's dictatorship was the Enabling Act on March 24, 1933. It gave Hitler the right to pass any law without the approval of the Reichstag. In efforts to breed a master race, more than 300,000 German Aryans were sterilized and countless numbers were gassed, under a law passed on July 14, 1933, the "Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring." By comparison to Adolf, Henry was a relatively well balanced individual.


During the reign of Henry VIII, between 1509 and 1547, an estimated 57,000 English subjects lost their heads - at the rate of 4.34 subjects a day. It was a violent time in history, but Henry VIII may have been particularly bloodthirsty, executing tens of thousands during his 36-year reign. By comparison, the daughter who succeeded him on the throne, who came to be called "Bloody Mary," killed fewer than 300 people during her six years as queen. Only 50 executions a year, or one a week to satisfy her bloodlust, compared to 30 a week under Henry. England could hardly be described as merry.

His penchant for bloodlust earned him a reputation as a butcher. Though he was not referred to as: "Henry the Butcher," for they too would have lost their head. Of course he did not swing the axe himself. He employed a professional axe-man for that. Giving us the term getting axed, as in being fired from a job. And of course "He's lost his head." Meaning someone was fool enough to challenge authority.

Perhaps one of the primary reasons for Henry VIII's notoriety is not the sheer volume of killings but, instead, the controversy surrounding them. Henry VIII presided over the English Reformation, a period of great change characterized by England's break from the Catholic Church. The trouble started when Henry married his older brother's widow, Catherine of Aragon, a member of the Spanish royal family.





The United Kingdom does not yet have a Written Constitution. There is a debate running, as to abolition of the Monarchy. A written constitution might embody all faiths, ensure absolute transparency in Public Life, and prevent Corruption in local and international Politics. (Offshore accounts)


Bribing Britons with honours and Masonry in the Courts (or any secret society) CPS or police services, would be banned. 


Controversial Netflix Documentary hit 20 million viewers.


* Judaism (Yahweh), Islam (Muslims: Allah) and Christianity (claim to) worship the same god. Baha'i, Buddhism (Divine Devas), Confucianism (Spirit), Hinduism (Brahman), Jainism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, and Zoroastrianism. These are just a few of the most popular followings.




The King of England, is Charles III; in waiting. His son, the former Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, is now the Prince of Wales, a King in waiting - as of the death of Elizabeth II. 

Their mother and grandmother, respectively, Queen Elizabeth II, passed on 8th September 2022, at the age of 96.


The previous King, Charles II, ruled from 1630 until 1685, gave a Royal Charter to export captured native Africans as slaves to British colonies, to his brother James II.


Queen Elizabeth I (Good Queen Bess), was famous for commissioning privateers to carry out acts of piracy on the high seas, to boost the coffers of her Treasury. As was Queen Anne 1665 - 1714. King George I carried on with privateers, then politics changed during his reign 1714 to 1727.





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