Fake or Not: "It does make sense..." Queen Elizabeth II

@Shavkat (129232)
Philippines
May 14, 2022 10:35pm CST
I was browsing something on Facebook when I stumbled upon this posted image with texts. In my book, it is impossible for her to be involved in political rivalries in the Philippines. If you are going to check the context, it does make sense of what is going on in my country. Personally, I am not into politics but this is something that caught my attention. Does it make sense? Is this for real?
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@rsa101 (34456)
• Philippines
15 May
I think this happened too during President Duterte’s victory to show that the Queen supports her administration. I think that it is needed anymore just to sugar coat victory. I am just disgusted on people trying to make these kinds of memes just to make their candidates look good.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
Indeed. Some people cannot conceal their feelings about this concern.
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@rsa101 (34456)
• Philippines
16 May
@Shavkat Looks like there is a seal just above and know that this one is coming from a famous Duterte supporter whose role is to malign anyone that goes against their leader. It is Thinking Pinoy a blogger who I suspect manufactured this false information and peddle it as the truth just to boost their chosen candidate.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
@rsa101 It seems that they are so BOLD of doing it. I hope they just stop doing it.
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@LadyDuck (393241)
• Switzerland
15 May
Impossible to read this image is too small. Can you type what it is written?
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
I found a better image. You can check it out now.
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@LadyDuck (393241)
• Switzerland
16 May
@Shavkat First of all, the date on the post is May 11, 2021!!!! So someone was not even good enough to modify the date. Second, the Queen is very sick and she could not even be present at the "Speech of the Crown". Of course it is a fake.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
@LadyDuck It is also what ran into my mind when reading it.
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@jstory07 (120408)
• Roseburg, Oregon
15 May
I could not get it any large to read.
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• Redlands, California
15 May
Yeah, I cannot see what it says.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
15 May
@jstory07 Sorry for the inconvenience. I found one that is suitable for our eyes to read them. @crossbones27
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• Redlands, California
15 May
@Shavkat Thanks brother and that is interesting, she usually keeps her opinions very private but she is way up their in age.I really do not know enough yet about your new president but sounds like the working class people not very happy about it.
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@Morleyhunt (21769)
• Canada
15 May
Like so many memes online, someone took a photo and added their spin. Gullible fools accept it as fact.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
I felt bad for those who were being deceived and believed in them.
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@Morleyhunt (21769)
• Canada
16 May
@Shavkat usually it takes less than a minute to check the truth…but people are lazy and just share, share, share….and so the lie gains strength. If enough people say it, it must be true.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
@Morleyhunt I agree. I also assumed that you are a keen observant.
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@lazydaizee (3854)
• United Kingdom
15 May
There is a lot of fake news going on at the moment. It is best to find out what is true through trusted websites rather than networking sites.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
I agree with you. It is hard to beat those people who are into deceiving others.
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• United Kingdom
16 May
@Shavkat I often wonder why they do this because it does not do anybody any good.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
@lazydaizee They are so politically involved to boost their candidates for the presidency here.
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@Kosgey (1679)
15 May
she was proving a point. Either you vote for a dictator or a progressive leader she will support.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
I do think that the message is like it. The downside is that I cannot say if it is true or not.
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@Kosgey (1679)
16 May
@Shavkat For me it was true,
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
@Kosgey Okay. I respect your opinion about it.
@Sojourn (13215)
• India
15 May
Seems like the meme creator has put in Queen Elizabeth's name to gain leverage to his own political opinion
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
You said it right. It seems that this person needs to be careful in posting this on social media.
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@franxav (12830)
• India
15 May
Queen Elizabeth in Philippines political rivalries? Humans do have fertile minds.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
It sounds like it. I cannot understand people using innocent famous souls.
@crossbones27 (43749)
• Redlands, California
15 May
I cannot see what it says but by rule she is not involved in any political decisions. Sometimes they do ask her to get involved but its rare and she hates doing it. She is pretty fair and takes her role so seriously it almost seems like she has no heart. They kind of cover that on the Crown how cold she can be but also very logical.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
I do agree with you. It is not likely for her to be involved in this kind of concern. I tried to show the messages for all of us to read easily.
@LeaPea2417 (33785)
• Toccoa, Georgia
16 May
I don't think it is real.
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@Shavkat (129232)
• Philippines
16 May
I also thought about it. It is so impossible for her to say something about what's going on in my country politically.
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@Hytton03 (5589)
• Philippines
15 May
I'm not sure if this is real.
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