The British Royal Family has a rich history that spans centuries, making it one of the most iconic and recognisable monarchies in the world.
The roots of the British monarchy can be traced back to the early medieval period, with the establishment of the Kingdom Of England.
Over time, the monarchy evolved and expanded its influence, ultimately becoming the United Kingdom we know today.
Throughout its history, the British Royal Family has wielded significant geopolitical influence.
At the height of the British Empire, the monarchs played a crucial role in governing the vast territories and colonies under British rule. For example, my country – South Africa – was part of the Commonwealth until a few decades ago.
Of course, The Crown is not without controversy and a shadowy past.
Matt Ehret chatted to me about the Royal Family’s links to central intelligence and its powerful geopolitical influence, as well as the assassination of Princess Diana.
He discussed the expansion of the British Round Table Movements, which were driven by the improperly acquired wealth of Cecil Rhodes, and how they influenced the entire 20th century with the goal of reclaiming the defiant colony under an Anglo-American global governance.
He noted the covert takeover of the USA following FDR’s premature death, the Cold War orchestrated by Rhodes’ Scholars, and the significant shift in 1971 that led to the detachment of the US dollar from the fixed exchange rate system. This change also marked the establishment of the Rothschild InterAlpha Group and the World Economic Forum.