Monday, June 30, 2014

Major factors behind Juan Carlos abdicating in Espana



The sudden abdication of Juan Carlos from the Spanish throne has shocked many, particularly those who understand that the major source of discontent with Juanito and his consort, Sofie, comes from the british Royals, who have been longtome antagonists of the CasaReal Espana.
 Few realize that Juanito’s father, Juan III Conde Barcelona, had been educated in the british navy, and that he shamed Juanito into learning English by making him sit next to queen elizabeth at official functions knowing Juanito could not reply to her as he then spoke only Spanish.  Additionally Sofie, prince phillip’s first cousin, has been outraged at her british cousin’s inability to restore her family in Greece and in neglecting to help other Royals and Royalists around the World.  Bear in mind that Juan Carlos became King only because Franco prepared the way for him, as Franco did what Horthy was planning for the Habsburgs, what hitler was supposed to do for the Wittlesbachs, Hohenzollerns, and other dispossessed German Royals had he n ot gone rogue after his occupation of Holland, and what Norodom Sihanouk did in Cambodia, and we are seeing this same formula being repeated in Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Iran, and elsewhere. Additionally, Juanito and Sofie have been very respectful to many non-European disposed Royals.
            The two excellent indicators that something was afoot against Espana having a british source can be seen in two important areas, the military and economy.  One must notice the unusual deal the australian navy made with Navantia in ordering two Juan Carlos I Aircraft Carrier/Amphibious Assault Ships and three Alvaro de Bazan class DDG’s for their navy.  As part of the british commonwealth they could have easily obtained the Invincible class Carriers, instead of letting them get sent to Aliaga to be scrapped and studied by anyone.  However, the british Royals know that Spain opposes further military action against Iran and in Khalj Fars, and australia is the biggest proponent of such action, and that by ordering these designs for their navy Iran and any potential opponent would have to pick apart the design weaknesses of those ships.  More telling that something sinister was afoot was the fact that the Canadian Navy was considering ordering French Mistral class Amphibious Assault Carriers, but cancelled when the Russian deal went through, and the Canadians are considering acquiring two Dutch Karel Doorman class Amphibious Assault/Logistical Support Ships for their navy, as well as the fact that the Alvaro de Bazan class DDG is based on German and Dutch designs.  Apparently the british want the German, Dutch, and Spanish navies weakened but not the French.  This was clear as Spain’s economic problems became critical after the second of the Juan Carlos I class Aircraft Carrier/Amphibious Assault Ships ordered for australia was launched.  So far there are two other countries interested in the design, Germany, which has been unable to do anything because of budget constraints, and Turkey, which has started work on a Juan Carlos I  class Aircraft Carrier/Amphibious Assault Ship variant, at a time when it’s fleet is in a state of flux, and it’s two biggest antagonists are Russia and israel.
            Additionally the new british supercarrier to be launched, the hms queen Elizabeth, is like the Armada Espanol’s Juan Carlos I, named after the reigning sovereign.  Prior to Juanito’s abdication the Spanish navy had both Aircraft Carriers named after the reigning sovereign and heir to the throne.  The two british supercarriers under construction are named after the reigning sovereign and heir to the throne, something which according to naval tradition must NOT be done.  Interestingly enough when Juanito abdicated he said he did not want his son, now Felipe VI, to end up like Charles, the current Prince of Wales.  100 years ago the navies of britain and Spain, as well as Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, Sweden, had warships named after their reigning sovereigns.  Do not be surprised if these new british ships, the first to be launched shortly, are doomed.
            Additionally Spain was in the process of planning their own precious metal bullion coinage, and when one looks at the issues of Spain shortly before and after the Euro, and compares it with the post-USSR Russian coinage issues this becomes apparent.  In post-USSR Russia in order to train their workers to make precious metal bullion coinage they began issuing precious metal commemorative coinage to the same specifications as precious metal bullion coinage.  Within years of Putin taking charge in Russia the Bank Rossiya began issuing precious metal bullion coinage, which was first ignored as many investors thought it was more precious metal commemorative coinage from Russia.  However Russia continues to produce the St. George Gold and Silver Bullion coinage, it simply lacks the foreign distribution to make it popular, thanks to british commonwealth interference.  Spain has been following the same procedure, and it must be noted that the only European countries that issue bullion coinage are Austria, Holland, France, and britain.  The French la semeusse coins are not made in proper fractionals, and the Dutch Ducats are viewed as collector coins, making both issues ineffective.  The Austrian Philharmonics, in Gold and Silver, as well as the Franz Josef/Maria Theresa restrikes continue to dominate the World precious metal market, and are the only issues that can challenge british commonwealth coinage, which is already entangled in economic war with America and China.  Any Spanish issue would present further problems, however like Russia Spain lacks the means to distribute their products overseas.
            One thing is clear, with Juanito no longer in charge in Espana and elizabeth still reigning in britain things can and will get tense fast.

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