Wednesday, June 13, 2007

The Pillar Of Britain

June 13th, 2007

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The Announcement

in 1891, Kansan resistance crumbles before the combined onslaught of Union soldiers and state militias crossing the border to attack them. The southern region of the state, led by former Farmers Councilor Thaddeus Elridge, defects to the Union side in exchange for a promise to leave their homes intact. Elridge's betrayal opens the way for a huge combined force to target Topeka, where 'Sockless' Jerry Simpson is desperately gathering as many troops of his own as he can.

in 1999, Queen Gwen announces that Prime Minister Sir Kay Ector is taking a brief holiday in the Mediterranean, and that she will personally handle the affairs of state while he is recouping his strength. “As the women of Britain know, the men of our kingdom often depend upon us to be the pillars that they may lean upon when their own abilities flag. We stand ready to be the pillar for the United Kingdom, and we shall lend our strength to all those who weaken, and all may lean upon us and know that we shall hold them up.”

In 1995, from the Envoy Captain Michael Brant M.S., Cmdr D.F. Reserve radioed a message back to the Earth - We will land at 1200 tomorrow GST just south of Lacus Soli. No further message was received. A further manned expedition would have been mounted, but the Second Gulf War intervened causing war and delay. Thirteen years passed.

~ variant from Steve Payne: extensive use of original content has been made to celebrate the author's genius.

In 1983 following delays Hitsville 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever was broadcast on NBC as a television special. Produced by Suzanne de Passe, the program commemorated twenty-fifth year of Hitsville U.S.A.'s existence.
Michael Jackson
Ironically many of the performances featured hits from other labels.

Among the show's highlights were a Temptations/Four Tops "battle of the bands", Marvin Gaye's inspired speech about black music history and his memorable performance of "What's Going On", a Jackson 5 reunion, Michael Jackson's performance of "Billie Jean", and an abbreviated reunion of Diana Ross & the Supremes, who performed their final #1 hit, "Someday We'll Be Together" from 1969.

Michael Jackson's dancing performance received significant applause from the audience, especially when Jackson executed his trademark moonwalk for the first time. However, Otis Redding stole the show with a powerful rendition of I've Been Loving You Too Long. A transmutation of gospel, rhythm & blues and funk, Big O compressed twenty five years of music into a classic piece of climaxing anticipation that was all waiting.

~ story by Co-Historian Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

In 1945, in the devastated city of Tokyo an apparition of the Virgin Mary accompanied by a Japanese child appeared again. Turning away, a mirage of the nuclear mushroom cloud drew the blessed pair plus a hundred thousand shrieking souls from the blasted ground.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

Margaret ThatcherI think we've been through a period where too many people have been given to understand that if they have a problem, it's the government's job to cope with it. 'I have a problem, I'll get a grant.' 'I'm homeless, the government must house me.' They're casting their problem on society. And, you know, there is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women, and there are families. And no government can do anything except through people, and people must look to themselves first. It's our duty to look after ourselves and then, also to look after our neighbour. People have got the entitlements too much in mind, without the obligations. There's no such thing as entitlement, unless someone has first met an obligation.

~ Margaret Thatcher talking to Women's Own magazine, October 31 1987
Margaret Thatcher
UK Prime Minister
Five years before Margaret Thatcher's fourth election victory in 1992 which removed any vestige of self-restraint in dismantling the British Welfare State.
~ quotation presented by Steve Payne

Phoenix Chromosome which has a frequency that led the Caucasian to succumb to the plague.
Phoenix Chromos..
In 2387, at a cost of 184 trillion new guineas, the Caucasoid question (CQ) was finally answered by scientists in New London. Perhaps twelve people in the resettled world fully understood the conclusion in its entirety. We shall simplify CQ thus, and let us label these twelve people CQ12 in order to reduce a 286 pica ..
.. byte project of five thousand man years into one paragraph. Some ethnic groups have higher rates of certain diseases or respond less well to certain medicines. If two people of any ethnic group are selected at random, only between 1 in 1,000 and 1 in 1,500 of their DNA will differ. Chromosome, the basic units of DNA are generally shared between populations, but their frequency can differ widely. The CQ Scientists found the Phoenix Chromosome Frequency Reaction (PCFR), so-called because it enabled the Caucasian to rise up from the ashes of a depopulated Europe. CQ12 might well of provided a working Joe explanation over a beer. If they got out that often, which they did not. Basically, PCFR kicked the Yersinia pestis enterobacteria in the butt.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

In 1940, Adolf Hitler received a covert communique from Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. Hitler was being asked to approve entry into Canada for medical attention to be given to the former British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain who was dying of cancer in South Africa. Chamberlain had famously mistaken .. Chamberlain
.. Hitler for a butler, and passed the Fuehrer his coat on arrival for the Munich Conference in 1936. The Fuehrer blazed with anger at the thought of this humiliation. He constructed a non-ambiguous reply to King. Acquiescence to the request would be considered an act of war by Nazi Germany and would invite immediate action from the Kriegsmarine currently moored off the east coast of Canada.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

Liverpool St
In 1994, London Underground train number AEJX53B pulled smoothly into Liverpool Street Station at 10 a.m. The doors open and the returning passengers of the London Underground train number AEJX57B burst out onto a quiet platform. Having taken a world tour of the fallen Western Civilization that had emerged out of the post-Jihad ..
.. epoch, they have an incredible tale to tell. But will anyone believe it? Mullah Elijah Rafsanjani certainly believes so, he also hopes the revelations will force a change of attitude towards Islam that will avert the War on Terror.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

In 1940, you could safely say that history had taken an unexpected turn. Britain had emerged from World War I as the military victor. Yet this victory had disguised an accelerated national decline, throwing the British ruling class into a state of denial. General Strikes, Financial Crises, Depressions inter alia were the .. Chequers
.. traumas of the post-war era. By 1936, British Prime Minister Oswald Mosley and King Edward VIII held the positions of British Heads of State and Government. The sense of national crisis was acute, and they were determined to reverse it with a new imperialism. The trouble was this. By forcing the abdication and execution of Kaiser Wilhelm II in 1918-9, the British had transformed what would otherwise have been a sympathetic Germany monarchy into a rabid Fascist power. And now Nazi troops were massing in Northern France, as plans for the D-Day Landings on the South Coast of England further advanced.

~ entry by Steve Payne from Counter History in Context - You're the Judge!

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