Fiji portrays Queen Elizabeth II as a lizard on its bank notes: David Icke delighted
THE QUEEN has been replaced by an iguana. Or, as David Icke and his supports would have it, Her Majesty has been unmasked and is now appearing as her natural lizard self on the bank notes of Fiji.
Also in place of Liz’s face is a snake, a parrot and some native Fijian flowers.
Since 1934, the regent’s face has featured on Fijian currency. Ratu Epeli Nailatkiau, the Fijian President, thinks that’s too long. He says:
“With the new series comes a little sadness for many of us. We will witness an historical change. A change involving much feeling and sentiment and representing an emotional severance of a link to the British crown. But it is a change that is necessary. Our notes and coins will no longer feature the portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – some will liken this to the dawning of a new era.”
Just as Prince Charles is gearing up for that fiscal portrait, the Fijians panic and ditch the lot of them. Coincidence?