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by Sharon Rondeau

(Jul. 20, 2012) — On July 11, 2012, we lost our friend, Victoria Windsor, after a sudden illness.

Over the last two years, Victoria had shared many of her life’s experiences with me, some of which prepared her for her work over the last several years directed toward routing out corruption in government and finding the truth about Barack Hussein Obama II.

She was a contributor to The Patriots, formerly “Richmond Patriots,” where she had her own page entitled “Windsor’s America,” which remains there today.  She  was also active at Resistnet.com, which later became the Patriot Action Network, and the Tea Party Tribune.

She was known to many and made comments here under the nickname “Toria.”

Victoria was also a contributor to The Post & Email in letters to the editor as well as performing behind-the-scenes research.  Some of her contributions show that she was proud of being a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia, which since Obama’s residency in the White House passed at least two laws aimed at preserving freedom in the areas of health care and role of the National Guard.

She took particular notice when Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli joined with other attorneys general to declare that “This president and his administration, in my view, represent the greatest set of lawbreakers that have run the federal government in our lifetimes. The fact is, President Obama and his appointees have ignored federal laws, they’ve ignored binding rulings of federal courts and they’ve ignored the limits on their power mandated by the Constitution.”

In response to our March 24 article entitled “Pen Johansson, Who Are You?” Victoria had sent me an email which said, “People are paying attention.”

Victoria had introduced me to many fine people who are carrying on the work in which she was involved.  Last September, she had sent me some personal notes she had assembled on the subject of “natural born Citizen,” natural law and citizenship in general.  I will always be grateful for that.

The day Victoria passed away, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to repeal the health care bill.

Because I could not be there, I offer the following musical memorial to my friend, Victoria Windsor.

DM420347  Shule Aroon (Come, Oh Love), Trad. Irish

DM420348 Baloo Baleerie, Trad. Scottish

DM420349 Flowers of the Forest, Trad. Scottish

DM420350 Jock O’Hazeldean, Trad. Scottish

DM420351 Londonderry Air, words by Frederic Weatherly

Until we meet again.

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  1. What a wonderful Patriot Victoria Windsor has been and what a beautiful tribute you wrote for her Sharon. From this and other comments that you have written about Victoria one can readily see the respect and admiration that you have for her. By the way Sharon you are such a Patriot too, of whom I likewise have equal respect and admiration for; and the harp music you did is positively soothing to the Soul. What a wonderful gift and talent you have – Thank you for sharing that with us.