They want to throw Charles III under the hooves
On May 6, the British monarch Charles III will finally be officially crowned with the coveted royal crown, which the heir to the throne had to wait for more than seventy years while his mother Elizabeth II occupied the throne.
May 6 British Monarch Charles III finally officially crowned with the coveted royal crown, which the heir to the throne had to wait for more than seventy years, while the throne was occupied by his mother Elizabeth II. The traditional magnificent coronation ceremony is scheduled by the minute and has already received the code name “Golden Sphere” from the organizers. But, as the newspaper reported with dismay The Mail on Sundaythe celebrations were under threat. The haters of the monarchy from the Republic association, which has gathered tens of thousands of people under its banner, want to rip them off. And after all, what did they think, lihoims! In sophistication and deceit, their plan surpassed all conceivable scenarios.
So, on the day of the coronation, Karl and his wife Camilla ride from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey in a golden carriage. This carriage has been used in such cases for 260 years. The carriage weighs almost 4 tons, so it is driven by a team of eight horses. Cavalry escorts move along the sides and behind. According to the plan of the conspirators, which the special services found out about, on one of the sections of the royal route, the members of the organization who infiltrated the crowd of onlookers must simultaneously turn on special household devices at full power, which are used to scare off robbers and rapists. Devices that are freely sold in stores produce sharp and loud beeps, similar to those used in car anti-theft systems. According to the calculations of the “Republicans”, the horses will be greatly frightened, scatter and, perhaps, even overturn the carriage, leaving a disgraced anointed in the midst of this chaos.
One of the former grenadier guards indignantly stated in an interview with the newspaper that this was pure terrorism, which could lead to death if frightened horses rush into the crowd, and called for “dealing with these idiots.” In turn, the head of Scotland Yard Mark Rowley vowed to prevent attempts to disrupt the coronation ceremony. The police officer admitted that it would be impractical to search all the spectators, but promised to act quickly if anyone tried to spoil the celebration.
And the anti-monarchist activists, just in case, have a “plan B” in store – not so sinister, but no less offensive to Karl. They are going to stretch along the entire route of the procession and furiously boo his majesty, chanting: “Not my king!”