Last Updated on May 6, 2023
Longtime World Economic Forum associate Charles III has been coronated as the King of England, becoming the nation’s first new monarch in 70 years.
England’s King Charles III was coronated at noon London time, in a ceremony that put a modern, “multi-cultural” twist on England’s thousand-year-old monarchist rituals.
Watch Charles be crowned as the King of England below:
King Charles III is crowned during his #Coronation ceremony in London on Saturday.
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Despite the fanfare, interest in the coronation among UK citizens is at an all-time low, with roughly just 30% of them saying that they’re interested in and supportive of the monarchy and the coronation ceremony.
This could be because of the massive levels of foreign, third-world immigration that England’s borders have been opened to, oftentimes at the behest of the very globalist entities that Charles has long associated himself with.
Charles has been a longtime affiliate of the World Economic Forum and has been slammed on a global scale for his enthusiastic support of the “Great Reset” and “Fourth Industrial Revolution” agenda.
He’s also been long slammed for his associations with notorious British pedophile Jimmy Saville, while his brother, Prince Andrew, was a documented and close associate of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
In 2020, at the supposed outset of COVID-19, Charles called for himself and his World Economic Forum associates to use what had been dubbed a global pandemic to “take the action necessary” to implement their agenda, calling the pandemic the World Economic Forum’s “moment” to disrupt the global state of affairs.
“We have no alternative,” Charles told the WEF in a videoed statement, before putting his own climate alarmist twist on the World Economic Forum’s plans for dominion over the globe.
“Unless we take the action necessary and we build again in a greener, more sustainable, more inclusive way, then we will end up having more and more pandemics and more and more disasters from ever-accelerating global warming and climate change,” he went on.
“So, this is the one moment – as you’ve all been saying – when we have to make as much progress as we can.”
Hear it from King Charles below:
— Frankie Stockes – Reporter (@stockes76) May 6, 2023