Fake History of America 4: British Colony to Date

The American War of Independence is a hoax, it never resulted in American independence. The British monarchy still rules the USA from behind the scenes and owns all citizens and land to date. America, like all other countries, is not a country, it's a corporation. 3 cities that rule the world: Washington DC, London and the Vatican - and all three have an obelisk. The Vatican has nice ancient 3d printed statues as well as an Egyptian obelisk.

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  1. The Empire of the City
  2. Washington, D.C.
  3. The First Charter of Virginia; April 10, 1606
  4. The Real Thirteenth Article of Amendment to the Constitution of the United States - Titles of Nobility and Honour
  5. President Rutherford Hayes 1870 - 1880 Restored.jpg
  6. District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871
  7. Official seal of Washington, D.C.
  8. American soldiers in combat at the Battle of Long Island, 1776
  9. Emanuel Leutze's famous 1851 depiction of Washington Crossing the Delaware
  10. "The Surrender at Saratoga" shows General Daniel Morgan in front of a French de Vallière 4-pounder.
  11. The French (left) and British (right) lines exchange fire at the Battle of the Chesapeake
  12. Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown by John Trumbull, 1797
  13. Washington enters New York in triumph following the British evacuation of America
  14. American and British cavalry clash at the Battle of Cowpens; from an 1845 painting by William Ranney
  15. United States dollar - Wikipedia US one dollar bill, reverse, series 2009VaticanVatican City - Wikipedia (CC)
  16. St. Peter's Square, the basilica and obelisk, from Piazza Pio XII
  17. Coat of arms of Vatican CityVatican City - Wikipedia
  18. 360-degree view from the dome of St. Peter's Basilica, looking over the Vatican's Saint Peter's Square (centre) and out into Rome, showing Vatican City in all directions. (CC)
  19. Michelangelo's Pietà, in the Basilica, is one of the Vatican's best known artworksMichelangelo's frescos on the Sistine Chapel ceiling, "an artistic vision without precedent" (CC)
  20. Main courtyard of the Vatican Museums
  21. Embankment Westminster London Egyptian obelisk 2009 mid June under repair.jpg (CC)
  22. Cleopatra’s Needle, London - Wikipedia
  23. The Washington Monument seen across the Tidal Basin during 2007's National Cherry Blossom Festival
  24. Federal Triangle on Pennsylvania Avenue; the U.S. federal government accounts for about 29% of D.C. jobs Flag of Washington, D.C.
  25. Google Maps Washington Monument P. H. McLaughlin setting the aluminum apex with Thomas Lincoln Casey (hands up)
  26. Diagram of the Principal High Buildings of the Old World, 1884. The Washington Monument is the tallest structure represented
  27. The Washington Monument almost complete around 1884 The partially completed monument, photographed by Mathew Brady; circa 1860
  28. The Lincoln Memorial receives approximately 6 million visits annually (CC)
  29. The Smithsonian Institution is the world's largest research and museum complex (CC)
  30. The National Gallery of Art is one of the largest art museums in the world (CC)
  31. National Gallery of Art - Wikipedia
  32. George Bellows, New York, 1911
  33. The John A. Wilson Building houses the offices of the Mayor of Washington and the Council of the District of Columbia (CC)
  34. Google Maps
  35. Eisenhower Executive Office Building - Wikipedia (CC)
  36. State, War, and Navy Building in 1917
  37. Hallway with decorative elementsFaçade 2017
  38. GNU Free Documentation License 1.2- GNU Project - Free Software Foundation
  39. The Library of Congress is one of the world's largest libraries, with more than 167 million cataloged items (CC)
  40. The Library of Congress is one of the world's largest libraries, with more than 167 million cataloged items
  41. The Pentagon, looking northeast with the Potomac River and Washington Monument in the distance
  42. Flag of the Commonwealth of Virginia, adopted in February 1950 Amun - Wikipedia
  43. Amen - Wikipedia
  44. A photograph of Queen Elizabeth II; she appears happy
  45. Elizabeth II and Commonwealth leaders at the 1960 Commonwealth Conference
  46. Queen Elizabeth II welcomed President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to Buckingham Palace on April 1, 2009
  47. Queen Elizabeth II and the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush
  48. Queen Elizabeth II and the 38th President of the United States, Gerald Ford
  49. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in London, 1942