The British Crown is a corporation sole that traces its ancestry back to a murky and fairly recent past where the past is Orwellian propaganda. It does not compute, it is what the "Powers that be", say that it is.
Might make right.
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But this is where the Queen meets Cold War propaganda dressed up as a Bruce Barton Jesus and accompanied by a lot of singing led by Billy Graham. The Crown will put its BBC airwaves at his disposal, and its GPO will install special landlines to carry his message.
It is a peculiar message that Billy Graham brings to the British Isles, and it sounds a lot like Joe McCarthy, except that its diatribe contains a lot of Bible verses, and he visits these islands again and again and again. He does so with the blessings of the Crown - which is of course is presided over by the same Queen that Churchill called Elizabeth II (even though there was never an Elizabeth I as Queen of the UK, or even of Scotland.)
It is all a polemical charade in which the son of the head of British Naval Intelligence will become a part of another and different American religious team that will decamp in England with a very political message about Europe. That evangelist's name is Herbert W. Armstrong, and he is a student of Bruce Barton's "The Man Nobody Knows", and "The Book Nobody Knows."
Of course not everyone in the British Establishment is happy with this American religious 'invasion', but since the Queen is happy, the Crown is happy, and if the Crown is happy, so is the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Princess Margaret is not happy, and neither are her supporters like Jocelyn Stevens, but these are early days and Stevens has yet to buy 'Queen' magazine and think about joining forces with others to create a rival system to the BBC.