[*]By Dianne Marshall
[*]September 19, 2022
“I Pet Goat” takes on a new dimension… they never teach us true history, instead they give us their version. They have been the conspiracy all along!
[*]How did we miss this one?
Today we are shown the Battalion of the Royal Welsh, supported by the Band of the Royal Welsh, as they march with their mascot ahead of the proclamation ceremony for Britain’s King Charles at Cardiff Castle.
The people there, understand the goat, or at least the story they are told. They are told it is the royal Mascot representing Ireland of which that part is somewhat true.
First, The Story They Are Told….
“William “Billy” Windsor I is a cashmere goat who served as a lance corporal in the 1st Battalion, the Royal Welsh, an infantry battalion of the British Army. He served as a lance corporal from 2001 until 2009, except for a three-month period in 2006 when he was demoted to fusilier, after inappropriate behaviour during the Queen’s Official Birthday celebrations while deployed on active duty with the battalion on Cyprus. He retired to Whipsnade Zoo in May 2009.
“His young replacement is known as William Windsor II.
“The tradition of having goats in the military originated in 1775, when a wild goat walked onto the battlefield in Boston during the American Revolutionary War and led the Welsh regimental colours at the end of the Battle of Bunker Hill. Another Welsh military goat, Taffy IV, served in the First World War. Taffy, of 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment, is officially recorded as “The Regimental Goat”. He embarked for the war on 13 August 1914 and saw action in the Retreat from Mons, the First Battle of Ypres (including the Battle of Gheluvelt) and the Battles of Festubert and Givenchy, before dying on 20 January 1915. He was posthumously awarded the 1914 Star, British War Medal and the Victory Medal.
“The royal goat herd was originally obtained from Mohammad Shah Qajar, Shah of Persia from 1834 to 1848, when he presented them to Queen Victoria as a gift in 1837 upon her accession to the throne.”
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“The herd thrived on Llandudno’s Great Orme; by 2001 they reached a population of 250, and were in danger of running out of food. Following complaints about goats wandering into people’s gardens, the council rejected proposals for a cull, deciding to use a combination of rehoming and birth control. RSPCA marksmen tranquillised nannies and inserted contraceptive progesterone implants to control the numbers of the genetically unique breed. By 2007, 85 goats had been relocated to areas including Kent, Yorkshire, the Brecon Beacons and Somerset, but further efforts were interrupted by an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.”
So we have a goat that serves in the military and when he misbehaves toward the queen is demoted and then serves his life behind the bars of a zoo. This is followed by a woe that the herd has reached a population of 250 and in danger of running out of food…starving. Complaints of goats eating from peoples gardens make them decide to CULL THE HERD…and do this by way of BIRTH CONTROL IMPLANTS, then RELOCATION CAMPS, but this was interrupted by an OUTBREAK OF FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.
This just reaks of the plans their RESET has for the people…which makes me rethink this goat… who is this goat really in their symbolism and what does this goat represent?
We also have some very interesting information about the new goat, the one in the parade…Billy…whose real name is William II.
“On 20 May 2009, following 8 years of distinguished service, Billy retired due to his age. Soldiers from the battalion lined the route from his pen to the trailer as he left the camp for the last time, in ceremonial dress that included a silver headdress which was a gift from the queen in 1955. Billy was taken to Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire, where keepers say he had an easy life at the Children’s Farm.
William Windsor II
“In order to replace Billy, thirty members of 1st Battalion set off to Great Orme in Llandudno on 15 June 2009 at 03:00, hoping to catch the feral goats in a docile state. A team led by Lieutenant-Colonel Nick Lock (Commanding Officer) included the goat major and several veterinarians. Army spokesman Gavin O’Connor said, “We are looking for a goat which is calm under pressure and a team player.” During the selection of a replacement goat, the battalion helped to start an alternative vaccine method of birth control among the herd, since hormone implants that were previously employed to control numbers are no longer available.
“With some difficulty, a five-month-old was chosen, and assigned army number 25142301—which represents regiment number 2514, 23rd Regiment of Foot (the original name of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers), and 01 denoting the 1st Battalion. The new goat will also be called William Windsor, beginning as a fusilier while being trained for military life. He will receive a ration of two cigarettes per day, which he eats, but will not be permitted Guinness until he is older.”
So they were looking for a feral goat and retired the old goat in 2009.
We have William, the second goat that was selected from feral goats, which they were seeking a goat that was calm under pressure and a team player. With some difficulty… a five month old was chosen who they called William Windsor beginning as a fusilier while being trained for military life.
Interesting that the human named William Windsor went into the Academy in 2005 to begin a training.
[*]In 2005, the Duke joined the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Following a 44-week course as an Officer Cadet, he was commissioned as a British Army officer in December 2006. He learned to pilot helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, while two months with the Royal Navy included shore training and navigation with sailors and the Royal Marines. He trained as a search and rescue pilot in 2009.
So William is off to a good start and lots of training and is now looking like he is ready for promotions… at the same time they were looking for a feral goat to retire the old goat, whom they found and just happened to call William Windsor.
Back to William the Duke of Wales, the human … After passing his exams with the Royal Air Force, Flight Lieutenant Wales joined C Flight, 22 Squadron, at RAF Valley in Anglesey in September 2010. Just before his marriage to Kate Middleton, in 2011, William was declared the Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus. His mother being the Princess of Wales, also made William the Prince of Wales.
William is said to be calm under pressure and very much a team player. Just like the goat they searched to find.
He has now officially been proclaimed the Prince of Wales by King Charles III in 2022 in his first speech as king. The title that holds William heir to the throne. Read: Prince William: Duke of Cambridge’s military career (forces.net)
So that is the story of the Goat named William …. and that’s enough to keep you from looking back any farther than the present family. Believe me there is a lot packed into that time period… but there is another story of the goat of Ireland. A little different back in the day it took place.
The Mascot of Ireland…
It’s all about a Goat….and a bunch of civil revolutionary wars…conquering, pagan gods and a banking system. Oh and a new world order.
[*]The war in Ireland was a long nasty battle with a series of revolutions and revolts. You can read more on that in these links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cromwellian_conquest_of_Ireland ;
Scotland and the wars of three Kingdoms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronology_of_the_Wars_of_the_Three_Kingdoms
And the aftermath of that take over, led to the loathing of Chromwell for a massacre of Catholics and protestants, citizens displaced out of their homelands and a rogue infiltration into the united Kingdom of Great Britain, with the political union of England and Scotland in 1707, that led to a usurption of the Royal Crown to this present day. Read: Cromwellian conquest of Ireland – Wikipedia
The point for the article is on the goat. The fact to stress is the Parliamentarian campaign in Ireland was the most ruthless of that Civil War period. Cromwell’s actions at Drogheda and Wexford earned him a reputation for cruelty. Cromwell spoke no English and was from Germany, he was a Khazar and had no problem killing Catholics and Protestants. His mission was to conquer. And they did and set up the Rothschild Central Banking system.
Backstory: The German House of Hanover becomes the House of Windsor. After the three wars and during the Scottish Parliament revolt, the British Throne was usurped in 1703.
They (the Windsors/Hanovers) usurped the throne back in 1703 during the Scottish Parliament revolt. With the security Act of 1704, which was supposed to unite England and Scotland, Scotland was not happy with the way England was reigning and Scotland revolted against England and that led to having George, of the House of Hanover to be crowned King of England and Ireland in 1714. George was 55, married to his first cousin and spoke no English because he was from the German House of Hanover. He was not English. The English people were not for this and his Coronation led to riots across the country and years of rebellions. A lot of battling went on tarnishing the name Hanover and that led to the House of Hanover changing their name to Windsor.
Kaiser Wilhelm is a cousin to the Windsors….Windsors are Germans and Khazars. They are the ones that also had the Tsars of Russia murdered. They are not royals heir to the crown.
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