I’m glad that Elizabeth – so noble and Christian a lady – was gifted the happy death she deserved.
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Grief is the price we pay for love. ~Elizabeth II.
Thank you Mrs Queen.
Long Live The King.
“We can but hope the world might see her like again, but none of us ever will.”
I feel like she is symbolically the last of the Greatest Generation. Our world is worse for her loss.
Not looking forward to the reign of Charles III, must admit. RIP your majesty. A hard act to follow. Didn’t think she’d last long after Phillip’s death.
I kind of expected her to reach 100, and it all happened rather quickly. A class act, I wonder if the feminists will acknowledge her considerable contribution to the cause of equality?
a happy death?
Like all her age she looked like the living death when she died but not as bad as her husband looked.
She must have been a sad mother given her children.
True to form. All Class.
It’s an old Christian term meaning to die in the faith – and with the consolation of blessings, family and God’s good favour.
I wouldn’t expect a washed-up Methodist like you to be familiar with it.
Trampo, like Adam Bandt, driving home the reality that virtue signalling is only a mechanism to grab power. Nasty and grubby, unable to give any kind of credit to someone they see as an ideological enemy regardless of merit.
I find it entirely unsurprising how quickly the left has dropped meritocracy as soon as they believed they had cultural ascendancy.
Every other day you’re in here lauding and defending demented human cadaver Joe Biden and his pervert son. You ought to be ashamed of yourself.
I don’t recall saying anything about biden’s appearance but since you ask he looks as bad as anyone his age.
Getting old is a shocker.
I was actually thinking she would be very sad three of her children had unsuccessful marriages.
As for you , you have never known shame as you have just shown.
I wrote this on Dover’s blog…
I am very upset about the passing of Queen Elizabeth.
A splendid woman. The antithesis of shallow, selfish, superficial, lightweight, frivolous and facile.
The last of a generation, they don’t make men and women like her anymore. They’re gone.
I wish her family a long life.
She is now with Hashem, the angels and her loving husband. Her soul will live for ever.
soul-less yapping every day
may the devil take the rest of you too
When have you ever felt shame?
Vale Elizabeth Regina. She did a good job. The news made me think of my long passed mother and father it brought a lump to my throat.
Long live the Queen.
Nothing more I could add, except what a truly nasty, ungrateful piece of work Mehreen Faruqi is, and thoroughly unfit to be sitting in any parliament in this country.
Mixed reactions at the death of Queen Elizabeth. There was something beautiful and admirable about her, in particular, her speech at the news of the death of her own father and her later endeavours in living out her speech’s intentions. And yet, and yet, if only – and as an act of sincerity – she had at the last refused to wear that hypocritical black mask as she sat solitary in the deserted pews at her husband’s funeral. She managed without the mask when mixing it with that unclean G7 crowd. Self-serving pragmatism sometimes prevail, even, or perhaps especially, with monarchs.
Thanks to Elizabeth II for a long and faithful life of service, like her mum Elizabeth also gave. And their forebear Elizabeth I.
Charlotte if she ever comes to the throne, if there still is a throne, would do well to adopt the name Elizabeth III.
Queen Elizabeth: Always dignified whatever the circumstances. It is the end of an era… a critical demarcation point.
The usual toxic suspects
Disrespectful Aussie academics and celebrities use The Queen’s death to call for a republic, make tasteless jokes and rant about ‘racist empires’ – and even Peter FitzSimons says it’s FAR too soon
A life well lived.
Vale Queen Elizabeth II.
Charles is now the head of a Church. Does not compute.
I admire her for the virtues she always displayed.
A happy death in faith is all any of us could want.
Well it makes sense given that the Archbishop of Canterbury seems to be an agnostic, if not an atheist. It was a joke on Yes Minister I think, that said it was not necessary for the archbishop to even believe in God.