Boogie Down With QUEENIE

Guess who was at Buckingham Palace to change the guard? You’ll never guess.

Today, Monday the 25th of June 2018 — the Royal Canadian Air Force will change the guard at Buckingham Palace for the very first time. It is the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air Force and you can say that the Queen is greatly tied to Canada (and especially, its criminal element).

There are many folks in Canada who have shipped misery south to the United States over the years. Meyer Lansky actually worked for the Bronfmans and was even a brown shirt of sorts, breaking up nazi meetings in the 1930’s in New York City at the behest of the Bronfmans.

Most notable change of the guards is the Gurkhas.  It was the Gurkhas who just recently stood guard in Singapore for the summit with the two Koreas and our most successful president. I know that it was many years ago that the Gurkhas first stood guard on the Queen – but it is hard to find the written history on cursory internet searches today. “Old”  YouTube footage shows it to be quite a while ago and the narrator mentions how little they are.

The Gurkhas are some bad dudes. They are serious business — along the lines of ROK Marines. Now YouTube will just continually play videos on your computer (autoplay if you’re not careful) which could lead you to be somewhere you don’t even want to be without a regiment of Gurkhas to back you up. Think crooked F.B.I. and D.O.J..

But the second video shown in this link attest to their ability as fighting men.

Below is a photo of a Canadian lady guarding the Queen. She ain’t little, she’s fat. And no one says a word. Times have changed so much. Even in the 1950’s in my earliest memories, the Gurkhas are there.

In the hills of Nepal things change slowly. The Gurkhas are one of the only exports, and of course, the British have a monopoly. The only other product the English shipped out of Nepal were Nepalese Temple Balls through Canada, for the hippie nation in America to consume. Aristotle Onassis; a British operator from Smyrna, bought his first ships in Canada.

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Yoo-Hoo Corporal? I have to pee.

Roll my tape
Ooh, ooh, ooh

Thirty days…
Anyone doin’ that one?
(Which one?)
I’m doin’ that one

30 days in the hole
(Yeah, that’s nice)
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
(Lord have mercy)

‘Come on in man, that’s it. Yeah. Right.

Chicago Green, talkin’ ’bout Red Lebanese
A dirty room and a silver coke spoon
Give me my release, come on
Black Nepalese, it’s got you weak in your knees
Sneeze some dust that you got buzzed on
You know it’s hard to believe

30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
That’s what they give you
30 days in the hole

Newcastle Brown, I’m tellin’ you, it can sure smack you down
Take a greasy whore and a rollin’ dance floor
It’s got your head spinnin’ round
If you live on the road, well there’s a new highway code
You take the urban noise with some dirt with poison
It’s gonna lessen your load

30 days in the hole

That’s what they give you now
30 days in the hole
Oh, yeah
30 days in the hole
All right, all right
30 days in the hole

How you doin’ boy?
You here for 30 days
Get, get, get, get your long hair cut
And cut out your ways

Black Nepalese, it got you weak in your knees
Gonna sneeze some dust that you got buzzed on
You know it’s so hard to please
Newcastle Brown can sure smack you down
You take a greasy whore and a rollin’ dance floor
You know you’re jailhouse-bound

30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
Oh, yeah
30 days in the hole
30 days, 30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole
30 days in the hole

Steve Marriott wrote this song after being arrested with drugs. Specifically cocaine, 2-types of hash, a potent strain of marijuana for the day, and we don’t know if he had heroin from Newcastle or not. The British paid the piper and the drugs marched south through Canada in the 1960’s. The Bronfmans may see their day in court – soon.

The British invasion in the 1960’s could not have been accomplished without the network that had been set up from prohibition days. The sex-n-drugs-n-rock-n-roll were an intelligence operation to facilitate the sale of drugs by the same crew of families who ran opium into China in the 1800’s. An international crew with allegiance to moneyed-England.

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