Today marks the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

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Today marks the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. On 2nd June 1953, Her Majesty became the 39th Sovereign to be crowned at Westminster Abbey, where every Coronation since 1066 has taken place.

Did you know that The Queen was crowned in St Edward’s Chair? It was made in 1300 for Edward I and has been used at every Coronation since.

For more facts about The Coronation go here: 50 Facts About The Queen’s Coronation

Source: The Royal Family

God save The Queen! Long may she live, in peace and plenty.

Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, is the longest-serving Monarch in British history, and one for whom I have a great deal of respect and affection. What will come of England, when she eventually goes – as all mortals must, soon or late – to her eternal home? May that day be long delayed!

A Prayer for the Queen’s Majesty.
The Book of Common Prayer 1662 (UK).

O LORD, our heavenly Father, the high and mighty, King of kings, Lord of lords, the only Ruler of princes, who dost from thy throne behold all the dwellers upon earth; Most heartily we beseech thee with thy favour to behold our most gracious Sovereign Lady, Queen ELIZABETH; and so replenish her with the grace of thy Holy Spirit, that she may always incline to thy will, and walk in thy way. Endue her plenteously with heavenly gifts; grant her in health and wealth long to live; strengthen her that she may vanquish and overcome all her enemies; and finally, after this life, she may attain everlasting joy and felicity; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Report: Most Brits Say Immigration Has Divided Communities

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“A strong majority of Brits think immigration has divided communities, particularly in areas most affected by mass arrivals, polling by a left-wing group has found.”

Source: Report: Most Brits Say Immigration Has Divided Communities

“A strong majority of Brits think immigration has divided communities, particularly in areas most affected by mass arrivals, polling by a left-wing group has found. The study, by the think tank Demos, also found that large numbers of people believe the government should be working to preserve traditional ways of life in a time of globalisation and deep economic change.”

Please note: this is a study by a left-wing group! Even though they may be in ideological agreement with the pro-mass-immigration, enforced-multiculturalism agenda, even they are unable to ignore the fact that it is deeply unpopular with the British people: indeed, they actually tweeted out that 71% of Brits believe the sense of community in their area has deteriorated over their lifetimes. That is nearly three-quarters!

The study further noted that “A large number of Brits are also ‘particularly incensed by cultural pluralism, seen to be favoured over British values and traditions, and political correctness, regarded as taxing and repressive.'” This is, of course, the case not only in Britain, but throughout much of the West – including the United States, where the election of President Trump is an indicator of a significant push-back.

“Only three issues appear to truly unite the nation – the belief that the country is in a state of decline and that further change lies on the horizon, feeling that immigration has negatively impacted British society, and believing the nation’s cultures and traditions are not being sufficiently defended and promoted.”

Finally, however, the study notes that

“Despite the widespread critiques of contemporary British society, and anxieties about the future, many citizens remain both resilient and begrudgingly optimistic – a point that sets them apart from participants in our French and German focus groups.”

In other words, despite its frustration and aggravation, and despite a massive influx of alien elements, Britain – so far – remains Britain: doughty, pugnacious, and determined, keeping a stiff upper lip. That, at least, is encouraging! All may not yet be lost, in “England’s green and pleasant land.” God grant that it ever remain so! And may God strengthen the hands of those seeking to keep Britain British.