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Her Majesty The Queen is presented with a horse by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police

September 12th, 2010


www.windsortattoo.com Her Majesty The Queen is presented with a horse by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police at the 2009 Windsor Castle Royal Tattoo

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25 Responses to “Her Majesty The Queen is presented with a horse by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police”

  1. comment number 1 by: ScottishLad1978

    is it me or does George the horse look very unwell in this?

  2. comment number 2 by: Equestriangirl199

    They need to retrain that horse before giving him to the queen! He is badly breaking at the 3rd vertebrae instead of bending at the poll, it is a flaw that no well trained horse should have!…

  3. comment number 3 by: WhiteCamry

    Just what QE2 needed – a horse.

    :^/

  4. comment number 4 by: Canuckchick52

    Makes me proud to be a Canadian and hope to be a Mountie someday! Go Canada!

  5. comment number 5 by: walter4460

    Why can you all not just watch the Video as opposed to fighting and arguing like a Bunch of Politicians on a day off with nothing to do. Like bunch of children fighting over bag of sweets. Grow up is right. Get out more.

  6. comment number 6 by: renotuff

    god save the people of this world, before, those who fell, they should be saved first, take are chance away….

  7. comment number 7 by: Ccaven

    @WestCanuckistan i did. it doesnt mean the monarchy seperates. it would just mean the disagreeing nations would dump the monarch. but ya really this debate is useless since we should both argue against the real enemies… americans 😉

  8. comment number 8 by: WestCanuckistan

    @Ccaven eeeither way, I think we’re done here because I have a feeling we’re arguing the same point and not even realizing it.

  9. comment number 9 by: WestCanuckistan

    @Ccaven Statute of Westminister 1931 – Preamble, Paragraph II, look it up.

  10. comment number 10 by: Ccaven

    @WestCanuckistan it doesnt say that. the crown already is separate.

  11. comment number 11 by: WestCanuckistan

    @Ccaven Statute of Westminister 1931… It says they must if the unity of Commonwealth realms is to remain, however each crown is separate and, for example, if the barring of roman catholics is repealed in one but no the rest, then the crown seperates,

  12. comment number 12 by: Ccaven

    @WestCanuckistan i didnt say she wasnt the queen in each realm separately, i just said how she is taught in school. And she is different crowns but the same royal family meaning that each realm has to agree on the next monarch. called the english act of settlement 1701…. look it up and when you read it and understand just stop responding… because i have a sickening feeling that you have no idea what you are talking about.

  13. comment number 13 by: WestCanuckistan

    @Ccaven Do you have a source to back that up? Because I’ve been told that she is the Queen of each realm separately and equally.

  14. comment number 14 by: Ccaven

    @WestCanuckistan no all relms have to agree on the next heir…. and im just saying, no one really thinks of it as a different crown, and she really isnt the a different queen anyways.

  15. comment number 15 by: WestCanuckistan

    @Ccaven I…Do… It’s an entirely different institution and it’s even possible for the two countries to have different heirs.

  16. comment number 16 by: nojyt

    @WestCanuckistan Do you mean whether I’m a member of an anti-monarchist organization? No, I’m not. Just an interested voter. 🙂

  17. comment number 17 by: WestCanuckistan

    Interesting, and are you a part of a republican movement?

  18. comment number 18 by: nojyt

    @WestCanuckistan You have a point about political elites. But at least there is a legal process to remove a political elite from politics. George Bush (who I can’t stand) is out. There is no such process for a monarch. Besides, when looking for an alternative to one system, we don’t need to raise the bar so high that we need a “perfect” alternative. A less-than-perfect alternative is a good enough start.

  19. comment number 19 by: WestCanuckistan

    @nojyt I am too, I love freedom. But I don’t see a huge difference between a republican political elite and a royal family.

  20. comment number 20 by: nojyt

    @WestCanuckistan Ah, a series of rhetorical questions. That’s a sure sign that a debate has run its course.

    At the end of the day, however one may try to mask monarchy with tradition or stability, it is simply this: a feudal system that claims the inherent superiority of one human being over another. All other definitions of monarchy and its supposed advantages carefully fail to observe this central point.

    But being a fierce advocate of freedom, I respect your right to your view.

  21. comment number 21 by: WestCanuckistan

    @nojyt Of course I meant England and in extension Canada because that’s what is relevant. And why would we fix something that is not broken? What changes in a republic? People who fear a possible absolute Monarchy being able to sleep better at night?

  22. comment number 22 by: nojyt

    @WestCanuckistan The institution of monarchy is more than a thousand years old; you’re just talking about England. How many regions on Earth still have monarchs? Not nearly as many as used to. Even in England, the powers of the monarchy have been stripped progressively since the days of Magna Carta. What you see as a thousand-year tradition of monarchy, I see as a thousand-year tradition of curtailing “birth rights” in favour of democracy. It’s a one-way street; check back again in a century.

  23. comment number 23 by: WestCanuckistan

    @nojyt I personally don’t find it inevitable at all.These institutions are over a thousand years old and aren’t about to collapse anytime soon. I am proud of The Canadian Crown and our very unique government system. And you’ll find that the VAST majority of Canadians are either indifferent to the subject or they are Monarchists.

  24. comment number 24 by: Ccaven

    @Whitbywatcher as a canadian to a brit, truthfully know ones thinks of (or knows) that canada has a seperate crown… shes really the same monarch of all the realms/dominions

  25. comment number 25 by: Whitbywatcher

    Canada, like Britain ( I am British) has a unique system of democracy, both nations have our parliaments and a head of state that is above politics, the state is the people represented by the Canadian Crown or British Crown.

    Our monachy and Crown has safeguards which ensures politicians and parliaments operate in a fit, proper and democratic way, ensuring that our institutions work for the people.

    Whats the alternative ? a president in a suit, how boring; It aint broke so dont fix it

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