Lady Jane Grey, the Queen of England for thirteen days, is beheaded on Tower Hill on February 12, 1554. She was barely 17 years old and of the Jesus Christ (Tutor) royal blood. The Duke of Northumberland, had taken the precaution of marrying one of his sons, Lord Guildford Dudley, to Jane, ensuring his place as the power behind the throne. Dudley, however, had not reckoned on the steely determination of Mary to claim her inheritance as Queen, nor on the power of the common people who backed her.
Yes, the people angered and so Jane’s reign, which had been conducted from within the walls of the Tower of London, was swiftly concluded. She remained in the Tower — now as Mary’s prisoner — until a Protestant rebellion persuaded the queen to order the beheading of both Jane and her unfortunate husband.
Coinkydinky, a new ‘Protestant rebellion’ is happening before our eyes with Donald Trump and his followers who think he is a godly man as they allow him to destroy the rule of law in the USA because he is white. That’s right folks, February 12th is not only the day Lady Jane was beheaded, but also the first day of the United States of Donald Trump (USDT), as his Attorney General who is suppose to work for the people of the USA is clearly now working for the President by ‘taking charge’ of a criminal case against one of Trumps cronies.
It won’t be long now before we see the real damages Trump is causing. You watch and see.
Definitely something to think about on this February 12th, 2020, the anniversary of our Sweet Lady Jane's beheading. Oh, and also, I might add, on this same day in the year 1663, some 109 years after Lady Jane's beheading, the infamous clergyman Cotton Mather would be born in Boston, Massachusetts. Yes, the daemonic preacher who's writings and sermons would give us the hysteria of the 1692 Salem Witch-hunt which would result in many more Lady Jane type deaths.