David Beckham joins the queue to see Queen Elizabeth II's coffin

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  1. This man is just cynical and greedy. His people realised that the Qatar deal could backfire and that this stunt would help boost his image before it took the deserved hit. He is only interested in the dollar.

  2. Alles Heuchler auf Nacken von der gestorbenen sind viele unschuldige Menschen getötet und versklavt vorhanden wo ist da die Gerechtigkeit. Der Satan bearbeitet die jetzt keiner kann ihr helfen.

  3. it's admirable that he did not use his celebrity status even though he could. Much respect for anyone who stays down to earth, regardless of who they became.

  4. What a bunch of deluded, sycophantic plebs. This level of self imposed servitude is truly tragic. Beckham is obviously brown nosing for a knighthood still, but the rest of these morons are just there because they are morons.

  5. Other celebrities would have brought their bodyguards , Bugattis, would have booked a suite nearby and stayed in.

  6. Oh thank god David Beckham paid his respects. What would we have done without him, oh great footballer. Thank god he was there, I don't know what I'd have done otherwise.

  7. Next book.. How i bravely stood in a queue for 12 hours(I'm a hero) ..Editor Pig Spice!

  8. I have no time what so ever for phoney Celebs !
    I have always followed English football ‘ And to see
    A former England football Captain waiting in line
    To say goodbye to our Queen !
    It brought tears to my eyes ‘
    David Beckham is
    Old School and in the same league as the great
    Bobby Moore 👍. 🇬🇧

  9. И что людям так нужно посмотреть на гроб этой рептилии?

  10. Ah! so much sympathy for the Queen of a thieving, raping, genocidal empire. A real tragedy.

    Nigeria was formed when British rulers decided to merge the vastly different North and South into one nation. Elizabeth oversaw the transfer of power her country gave to the rulers in the North, and when civil war broke out in 1967, Britain backed the federal government, providing funding and weapons. Historians estimate more than 1 million Igbo civilians in Nigeria’s southeast died, many of starvation.

    People mourning for such a Queen, must be proud of these and other atrocities committed by her troops. Elizabeth II helped obscure a bloody history of decolonization whose legacies have yet to be adequately acknowledged. She wasn’t just a bystander to the effects of colonization and colonialism.

    In Malaysia, the role of the British in massacres and mass resettlement programs during the bloody Malayan Emergency (1948-60) and the period of decolonization is also still clearly remembered. Not only did this conflict rumble on during the early years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, all attempts at an inquiry into events in Malaya have been stymied by British governments.

    Few will have forgotten the role of the British army in Northern Ireland, including the now infamous “Bloody Sunday” Massacre of 1972, nor the queen’s statement on behalf of Boris Johnson’s government rejecting its victims’ demands for justice.

  11. He's not British he gave that up, he can get lost back to wacko land usa as soon as possible.

  12. Love how David is so down to earth, and doesn't expect preferential treatment. Bless him 💙

  13. I’ve prayed over everything and everyone….❤ honestly I’ve just been dealing with a lot lately

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