Decolonial Jubilee of the Queen of England

Decolonial Jubilee of the Queen of England

Despite age and covia infection, Queen of the United Kingdom, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, and St. Vincent, In the afternoon, he performed well on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, his London residence. It takes shape within the framework of the jubilee, which celebrates the 70th anniversary of his reign.

If his predecessor, George VI, who died on February 6, 1952, had lost British sovereignty over India, the monarchy would have collapsed under the long reign of Elizabeth II. At least eighteen states, from South Africa to Malta via Pakistan, were elected to become parliamentary or presidential regimes during this period. Most recently, Barbados became a republic on November 30, 2021. For the record, people commented that Prince Charles, who represented the Queen, fainted during the ceremony.

Smashed statues

This desire for complete and complete decolonization persists. Australia’s newly elected Prime Minister Anthony Albanese appointed a government last Tuesday, including a deputy minister of the Republic. Similar inclinations exist in Jamaica as well. Prince William’s visit to Kingston in March was marked by a statement from Prime Minister Andrew Holmes, who said his country should be a nation. “Democracy”.

The Queen’s colonial subjects demand responsibility. Statues of Elizabeth II were smashed in Canada. They apologize to the sovereign following the discovery of hundreds of indigenous children’s burials in boarding schools run by the head Anglican Church.

Decolonization is also taking place in Northern Ireland. Republican Sinn Fin won last month’s election in six counties in Ulster, still controlled by London. Michelle O’Neill, the party’s vice chairman and prime minister of Northern Ireland, has sent a letter of congratulations to the Queen. “Significant contribution to peace”.

Lord Mountbatten, the reactionary former Governor of India during the IRA’s invasion of 2021 and 1979, paid tribute to the heroes who died heroically for Ireland’s independence in Dublin, the Queen who lost her cousin. , A hundred years ago.

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