I'd imagine that most tourists that go to England, don't even get to meet or see the queen or get their pictures taken with her. Correct me if I am wrong here -- but I don't think the queen spends her days standing on the balcony at Buckingham palace, waving at everyone that goes by. From the looks of it, much of the tourists that go there, are going more for the sights and don't actually expect to see the queen. Saying that you need a queen there is sort of like saying that you need a King of the great pyramids, in order to get people to go visit Egypt.
But this reminds me of a talk I had with a guy once over the Calgary flames, that didn't want the team to ever leave our city and he was convinced that the city would be hurt finically because the city would lose jobs and money if the millionaires skated away.
I had to point out that the team didn't actually create money out of thin air, they only really "catch" the money that is already in circulation. So, if the team moved away, the thousands of people that spend millions each year buying tickets, would spend that money on something else in the city. The money doesn't vaporize into thin air when hockey players leave the city. It's recirculated back into the local economy and keeps flowing.
At the same time, you then end up with hockey players that come here, make millions of dollars and then take that money and retire somewhere warm. Along with the owners, who then probably spend that money on lady-boys in Thailand.
But at the same time -- are what these hockey players do -- is it really worth 10 million dollars a year to chase a puck around? What's more important? A hockey player or a farmer, or a cop, or a fire fighter, or a construction worker or an ambulance driver or someone stocking shelves in a supermarket?
If sports teams didn't get out of control and became centered around greed and money, it would be a much more healthy process. If sports players were paid what they are worth, people then wouldn't have to worry about their team leaving the city. And then you would find players that are actually loyal to a team and have pride and want to build a better community. All the extra revenue could then be used on projects around the city, instead of going into the pockets of a few people.
Although under the current system, this wouldn't work because any extra money laying around only creates more bureaucracy and more bureaucracy, starts to suck the "energy" out of the system more and more, as it keeps having to to expand more and more "energy" just to sustain itself as it keeps getting heavier and heaver. But, it's the idea that I am getting at because people have lost touch with values. Instead of one player getting 10 million a year, what if that money was used towards something the community needs while the player gets 100k?
And when you get people that are out of touch with values, they then justify why sports stars and queens need to make millions, when what they take from society and then give back, makes them parasites. When people get with reality, they realize that and their values change.
This is what's waking up so many people in the world to the corruption in politics, bankers and corporations. Their pocketbooks have been hit and the future is uncertain. As much as that's a bad thing, it's also something that must happen since it's making people question what is going on. Once your pocket book gets hit, your values change and you see things in a different light. And when you look at the Queen -- she stands for all the things that are against freedom of mankind: Banks, corporations, globalism, carbon taxes, population control, greed -- the queen would be a much different figure if she stood up and fought against these things instead of embracing them and then putting on a circus show to show that they embrace the freedom of mankind. That doesn't seem like a fair trade for a bit of tourism.
You can still have a queen -- Buckingham palace could be turned into a museum and the next queen could be like the princess they have at Disney world. Her job is simply to wave and greet people and have her picture taken with them. And you don't have to pay her an outrageous sum of cash to do it either.
And plus, doing things this way -- tourists could finally be going to England to see the queen and really mean it! Instead of dealing with a stuck-up wrinkly old mothball smelling cunt that probably still has people wiping her ass.
Some people still have never googled groom of the stool.