ANNE OF CLEVES - FOURTH OF SIX WIVES

 

  THE 4TH WIFE OF HENRY VIII BUTCHER OF BRITAIN WAS UGLY DIVORCE SETTLEMENT

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Royal status almost everywhere in the world, begins with cruelty and excess, enslavement via a class system, and abuses of positions of power. Henry VIII elevated legal scheming to a new level of bloodlust, whenever he did not get his own way. He simply made it that whatever he said was law. He was a model for the German dictator, Adolf Hitler, to follow, where Henry blazed a trail, that looked at now, shows many parallels with the modern Monarchy. Of course, not tainted with actual beheadings, but with leftovers from Colonial rule tainted by the inherited class system. All based on slavery and enslavement. At the present time Britons are being bankrupted, and forced to work harder to pay interest on loans that should never have been asked for - thus enslaving us, without the Royals bearing any of the brunt. The former Queen Elizabeth condoned such excesses, in not preventing her appointed governments obtaining irresponsible borrowings. It remains to be seen if King Charles follows suit. But he has inherited the mess his mother failed to put a stop to. However you look at it. It is the present political system that got the United Kingdom into this predicament. With (mostly but not exclusively) Conservative Party mismanagment.

 

 

 


Henry VIII, the 'Butcher of Britain,' was a Tudor king of England, famous for his six wives, and creating a new religion to enable him to marry and divorce as he pleased. He was an extremely dangerous man.

 

Anne of Cleves was the fourth wife, after Jane Seymour died producing Edward VI.

 

King Henry VIII ruled England for 36 years (1509-1547), presiding over the beginnings of the English Renaissance and Protestant Reformation. But it's the monarch's tumultuous romantic life, rather than his politics, that have kept him in the spotlight. Where his exercise of the axe was played down with brilliant PR spin. Imagine the coverage today. All channels and newspapers would be covering those feeds. It is doubtful the royals would have clung on to power. More like a mob to take the butcher down, and probably tear him to pieces like Johan and Cornelius De Witt in 1672.

Henry took the throne in 1509, at age 17.

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

 

 

 

 

 

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Catherine of Aragon (m. June 1509 CE) - Mary (b. Feb. 1516 CE)
Anne Boleyn (m. Jan. 1533 CE) - Elizabeth (b. Sep. 1533 CE)
Jane Seymour (m. May 1536 CE) - Edward (b. Oct. 1537 CE)
Anne of Cleves (m. Jan. 1540 CE)
Catherine Howard (m. July 1540 CE)
Catherine Parr (m. July 1543 CE)

 

 

 

   

 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

SEVERANCE

 

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 England today we still have Gestapo Councils. Civil servants who appear to have adopted Nazi like tactics, and Gestapo police officers, who are willing to conceal evidence and craft cases, to silence dissent in the ranks. So watch out. This serialized adaptation is based on a true story

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.

GETTING THE CHOP - OFF WITH HIS HEAD

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.

 

 

WRITTEN CONSTITUTION

 

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.

 

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