Another great video from Justinian Deception
Queens Speech: 1953 Anomaly:
I want you to take a close look at the Queen’s speech 1953, at around the 2 minute mark, where she sets up a trusteeship and offers herself up as the first trustee and then admits that, as she said: “many of you have placed your trust in me” (Words to that effect) however, its the word “insincerity” that she uses just before she sets up this trust.
On the so called official Royal website, they state the words as: “in sincerity” making the spoken word sound the same as “insincerity” As you can see, if you say “in sincerity” and “insincerity” you can’t really tell them apart when spoken, so I went into the Webster’s dictionary to see how they use the word: “sincerity” and I found that when using such a word, they claim it to be used like this: “In all sincerity” and never used as:
“In sincerity”. I assume that the word “all” for good reason, is used in order to not cause confusion between the opposite meanings of: “in sincerity” and “insincerity” and one would assume that the Queens speech writers would have been aware of such a grammatical fact.
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