Sunday, March 02, 2008

It's all connected

Well, here's something I didn't know. I wonder what all those losers worried about the pure bloodlines of the West being overwhelmed by the onrush of Muslim hordes think of this:

Mixed in with Queen Elizabeth's blue blood is the blood of the Moslem prophet Mohammed, according to Burke's Peerage, the geneological guide to royalty. The relation came out when Harold B. Brooks-Baker, publishing director of Burke's, wrote Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to ask for better security for the royal family. ''The royal family's direct descent from the prophet Mohammed cannot be relied upon to protect the royal family forever from Moslem terrorists,'' he said. Probably realizing the connection would be a surprise to many, he added, ''It is little known by the British people that the blood of Mohammed flows in the veins of the queen. However, all Moslem religious leaders are proud of this fact.''

Brooks-Baker said the British royal family is descended from Mohammed through the Arab kings of Seville, who once ruled Spain. By marriage, their blood passed to the European kings of Portugal and Castille, and through them to England's 15th century King Edward IV. '

On our side of the pond, we've got our royal family of Bushies walking hand-in-hand with the Saudis, but I don't know that they've actually mixed their gene pools yet.


TGGP said...

Doesn't mean much unless you're a Platonist. Some of those idiots are, however.

mnuez said...

C'mon, get an email address buddy! Wouldja do me a favor and email me ( so that I can get in touch with you? I have no great business offer or some such but I wanted to let you know that I've been following (via email updates) your back and forth with that Michael artard so you should know that responding to His Obtuseness is not in vain.

Yeah, so write me - and while you're at it, howz about posting an email address in your profe, ey?


TGGP said...

I know M. Traven's e-mail address. But I'm keeping it to myself! BWAHAHA!

Anonymous said...

You're surprised by this? It is very old news amongst genealogists. See Roderick Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners" and Gary Boyd Roberts's "Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States."

The Bush descent is fairly well documented. It has links to Robert II and William I of Scotland, Edward I and Henry II of England. Unlike the descent of Queen Elizabeth II, none of these lines connects with the Moorish royalty of mediƦval Spain. For that one must connect with John of Gaunt or one of the other children of Edward III of England.

Descent from Mahomet will mean nothing to a Muslim if the descendant is not a Muslim. One must be a Muslim to claim the title Seyyid, so Elizabeth II and future British monarchs will not be adding that to their already long list of titles any time soon. The Act of Succession [vi. Ann. c. 41, as amended], requiring the monarch to be a member of the Church of England, is still in force.

Tanstaafl said...

I'm more concerned about the attitudes that drive dipshit-followers like you than I am about muslims. We wouldn't have muslims among us if it weren't for dipshit-leaders and their hypocritical anti-White anti-racist I'm-so-far-above-you-subhuman-racist-scum attitudes.

But, hey, thanks for the link dipshit.

mnuez said...

Hey Mtray - I'm still following your comments on the UR threads and I'm being truthful when I say that (uneducated as I am) your writings on the policy subjects relevant to Libertarianism demonstrate the finest grasp of the matter that I've seen in print. You appear to hold the same general philosophy on the subject that I do but while I've only come to it somewhat recently (after a great amount of hashing things out in my own head) you appear to have been of this philosophy and to have understood it and spoken of it for years now.

It really would be a pleasure and an honor for me to speak with you. Practically every conversation I have with folks on these subjects is either combative or pedagogical in nature. It would be nice, just once, to speak with an intelligent and learned ally.

Yah, so howz about sending me an email with a phone number I can call you at, ey?

I'm personally still striving to maintain what level of anonymity I still have so obviously you should only give me a number to call if you're somewhat differently-minded about the subject, otherwise I suppose (sigh) that an email or IM convo would have to do.

Seriously though, this is not a Chris Hanson sting, just because someone has access to an internet connection does not mean that he has horrific malady of the mind. I hope your (mentioned) "conservative" age won't keep you from being sufficiently adventurous in being willing to converse with a friend.


P.S. Is it the disease of perfectionism that keeps your own blog so content hungry while you spend your days fattening the blogs of others? Whatever the cause, I hope that you start spending more time with your own blog so that the kind of fantastic content that you've been posting at UR (and elsewhere) will start appearing here in place of old legends relating to the Queen. Again, your POV may have been patently understood by Marx, FDR and every intellectual of the early 20th Century (practically all of whom were Socialist-leaning) but today you're pretty much alone (so far as my gaze extends) and I would love to see other folk of intelligence have the opportunity to learn from your understanding of the subjects. Cheers ~ m

mnuez said...

Blogger messed up the spacing on the above comment so that my email address may not appear to be clear, and since the very purpose of that comment was email-relevant I'll be sure to clarify it right now.


Anonymous said...

What a humbug. Everybody in Europe is probably as closely related to Muhammad as the Queen is.

Z_Thackaray said...

It just goes to show, not even the Royal Family is safe from the horrific influence of miscegenation!