Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, the longest
living and reigning Monarch in British history is 91 years old, and
like all human beings on earth, she will die soon. Once she dies,
there’s a protocol, 65 years in the making, that will be initiated with
the phrase “London Bridge is Down” that will set off her succession
Upon her last breath, this phrase will be uttered and immediately
her private secretary will contact the Prime Minister of England and
on a special line that only connects from Buckingham Palace to 10
Downing Street, and speak these words “London Bridge is Down.”
The Prime Minister then instructs her staff to communicate the
information to the Foreign Office of the United Kingdom. The
Foreign Office then relays the message to the 52 countries of the
Commonwealth nations who still pledge allegiance to the queen,
such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados,
Bahamas, Granada etc. Once this is done, then the news outlets
will be informed.
Every commercial radio station in the UK has what is called an
Oviet light. A blue light triggered by a central office in London.
Once this light is triggered, all the DJs and programmers at these
stations know that a member of the royal family has passed away,
and they proceed to cut off whatever program is on the air at the
time and begin to play a prepared playlist of somber music. They
don’t know exactly who’s dead at this point but the music is to
serve in anticipation of the news to come. The BBC has a special
alert system that notifies them of the Queen’s death, the message
“Oh Dear” flashes to them. Every TV presenter for the BBC has a
black tie on set, and in case of women, a black dress or scarf on
standby. Before going on Air, the presenters will switch to the
black tie or scarf or dress. BBC1 the main BBC network will
proceed to show the Queen’s portraits and play the national
anthem. After the anthem, the presenter then reads these words:
“This is BBC Television News. Buckingham Palace has just
announced the death of the Queen.” Then the coverage starts.
All over the country, all Union Jacks are lowered to half mast.
However, the Royal Standard, the flag of the royal family, must
remain at full mast, by law. It is British law that this flag remains
flying at full mast because there is always a living monarch.
TV networks have been preparing for this day for decades. The life
and times of Queen Elizabeth segments have been long recorded
and on standby. Different experts on the royal family have already
signed exclusive deals and contracts to appear on different
networks following the death. As of today, Sky TV and ITV
continuously rehearse the coverage of the death of the Queen,
substituting her name with “Mrs. Robinson.” For the next 12 days
following her death, no comedy shows will be shown on any British
TV station.
The Queen’s death will be one of the greatest news events in
human history. London will shut down, even airline pilots will
announce it to their passengers and an emergency meeting of the
Parliament will be called.
The total economic impact of her death is estimated at $8 Billion.
This includes the burial costs, the loss of productivity for the day of
the funeral and the day of the coronation of the next monarch
which both days will be declared public holidays ($3Billion each
day in lost revenues). The Bank Of England will phase out all
monies with the Queen’s image and replace them with the next
Monarch. However, there are several other countries in the world
whose money has the Queen’s image, they too will have to phase
them out.
The Queen’s death will probably be the single most viewed event in
human history.

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  1. Nice one.

  2. Good update

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