The history of the British Royal family is rooted in a hidden contradiction, namely, that they are not entirely British. Indeed, the Queen's family is actually of German descent. It is well-known that the House of Windsor – the dynasty to which Queen Elizabeth II belongs – was created in 1917, drawing from two of the most important royal houses in Europe, the House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, which originated in Germany, and the Royal House of Hanover of England.
Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is the reigning British Monarch and, as such, she is sovereign of fifteen independent states, which are constituted as a kingdom. At the same time, she is the chief political figure for the fifty-four member countries forming part of the Commonwealth of Nations.
Yet, her vast power hides a dark past that is populated by Nazi sympathisers and underpinned by eugenics and Illuminati ideologies. She is also implicated in child abuse and paedophilia, and has several cases pending before the courts. Furthermore, to this very day, her children and grandchildren continue to be at the centre of any number of scandals.
What can be said of the fact that she is a member of secret masonic orders and other Satanist groups? And what about her interests in banks and key industries, such as Big Pharma, including the British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca?