Each year, the queen Elizabeth (92) a speak 1. christmas day to the brits, where she takes up all sorts of themes. In this year's speech spoke she, among other things, about his grandchildren, about peace on earth, and that the british must stick together in these tough times we live in.
- Even with the most profound disagreements, it is to treat each other with respect and as fellow human beings is always a good first step towards greater understanding, she said among other things in the speech, which was played in the 12. December in Buckingham Palace.
the Speech is the last queen Elizabeth keeps to the british people before the Uk leaves the EU. It happens after the plan 29. march next year. Many interpreters, therefore the above statement as a kind of twinge to the current Brexit debate.
Several people have been charmed by the speech, but it is a thing many people have noted themselves that they don't appreciate. For while she in his speech talking about that we need to treat each other with respect and that human compassion is important, she sits in front of a giant gullpiano.DISTANCED?: More strongly respond to queen elizabeth's juletale. However, it is not the speech the people have something to procrastinate on, but the scenography it was performed in. Photo: NTB scanpix Show more Races
The giant piano was purchased by queen Victoria in 1856, and is made of both mahogany and gold. The price is not known, but one can wager that it probably would have gone for several million if it were to be sold today. In addition to that the piano dominates large parts of the image behind the queen, are several other pieces of furniture in the room decorated in gold.
It is also believed that the queen is good for in excess of four billion, which is more opinion creates a distance to what she is actually talking about in his speech. Kevin Maguire, editor of the Daily Mirror, was among those who went hard out against queen Elizabeth after the speech.
Privileged wealthy hereditary monarch bunged £76m a year, sitting in front of a golden piano in the palace she's billing taxpayers £369m two tart up, kills satire by lecturing the nation two pull together https://t.co/28ft4GGL3q— Kevin Maguire (@Kevin_Maguire) 26 December 2018
Privileged and wealthy monarch with the inherited position of the servant of 76 million pounds a year, while she sits in front of a golden piano in the palace taxpayers pay 369 million pounds to renovate, kills the satire to instruct a nation about to be collected, he wrote on Twitter.
the Message received tremendous response, and many others threw themselves in retrospect. Hovedessensen in what people write is that they believe the queen is sitting on her high horse, while the people out there don't have access to the same resources and privileges as her.
The Queen talking about self sacrifice in front of a massive golden piano there pic.twitter.com/pHUQ0zTkeE— James Felton (@JimMFelton) 25 December 2018
“So sad, all those people going to foodbanks and sleeping on the streets. So to cheer them up In suggest we gather round my gold piano with a rendition of My Old Man's a Dustman. That'll take their mind off the cold and hunger for a while. Do you see how hard being Queen is now?” pic.twitter.com/k42Rt1PsJ8— James Dornan (SNP@glasgowcathcart) 26 December 2018
Multi-billionaire tells people to be nice to others that #Christmas. A decade of austerity, massive homelessness and food bank usage, yet no irony in a room dripping in gold as the setting for the #Queen's speech. The Is that piano made out of gold? How many homes could that have paid for? pic.twitter.com/TAr5PkQsmd☃️