Rampart is not just for the People. We are for the Queen.
One of our purposes is to defend the British Monarchy, which is as popular as ever. NO WAY will we let Momentum Trotskyite Britain-hating mororns get rid of the Monarchy. Ain’t gonna happen.
Corbyn’s cult want the Monarchy expelled from the UK, or worse. Now the truth is out there for all to see:
The University of Liverpool’s Labour students group is being investigated by police for appearing to encourage an act of killing the Queen.
Merseyside Police has confirmed it is investigating reports of comments made by a twitter account regarding “regicide” – which means the act of killing a monarch.
The University’s Labour Students Club appeared to publish a tweet which said: “It is 369 years since the execution of Charles I, Happy Regicide Day comrades!
“We did it once, we can do it once again.”
Shortly afterwards, the same account tweeted an apology and confirmed that it had removed the original tweet.
It said: “We have deleted our last tweet. It was intended as a tongue in cheek comment. We obviously do not advocate regicide. We apologise for any offence caused.”
But this didn’t stop scores of people responding and complaining about the original comment – with numerous people re-posting the offensive tweet to remind people of what was said.
And it appears that many people have contacted the Merseyside Police about the comments, with the force confirming they are now looking into it.
A tweet sent from the police’s twitter account stated: “We have received numerous reports of comments made by a Twitter account regarding regicide. Thank you for your messages, the matter is currently being looked into further.”
The apology tweet has already racked up more than one hundred comments on twitter – with many calling for the student group to be reprimanded.
Janet Ellis said: “Too late. It’s all over Twitter. Deleting it isn’t going to solve the problem. You need to deal with it and the person responsible should be made accountable. The thought of you being our country’ss future fills me with dread.”
Cogito Dexter added: “You deleted it because you got caught and didn’t like the idea of being bang to rights for treason. Unfortunately for you, the internet never forgets.”
Paul Bambury added: “In what possible context might it have seemed a good thing to post?”