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Old 08-11-2018, 01:58 PM   #1
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Question Prince Charles won't speak out when he's king

Apparantly the heir to the UK throne, jug ears himself, has said he won't interfere in any matters of state or speak in public about things.

Does this mean they are getting ready for the queen to stand down and for this 70 year old fool to be put on the throne?
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Old 08-11-2018, 04:25 PM   #2
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We don't need to check on empty promises by these wonderful "democratic" Royals (they never keep them anyway)...

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It is well-known that both Queen Elizabeth and King Willem-Alexander have a weekly talk with the puppet they selected for Prime Minister. The state media tells us that this is some kind of social visit because the Queen/King is interested in politrics – YEAH RIGHT!

Some letters of Prince Charles where made public in which he discussed political topics with members of cabinet. It is clear that when Charles advices ministers on politics, his mother does the same but with more power. Here’s the story on these letters (including a link “You can read them in full here” where you can search with “prince of Wales”): http://uk.businessinsider.com/prince...ll-text-2015-5

I think the most interesting of these letters are to the (then) Prime Minister Tony Blair of September 8, 2004 and February 24, 2005 (and the replies from Blair) that address the topics British agriculture, investments in the military and the global warming problem (that´s depopulation Agenda21): https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...ed_Letters.pdf
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Old 08-11-2018, 08:25 PM   #3
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We don't need to check on empty promises by these wonderful "democratic" Royals (they never keep them anyway)...

https://forum.davidicke.com/showthre...post1062771870
They still are able to veto pills https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2013/...als-veto-bills and Privy Council can enact legislation without a vote in Parliament http://johnpilger.com/videos/stealing-a-nation
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Now that WWI is 100 years old is it time the Windsor name was finally changed back to Saxe-Coburg and Gotha? ...might help with the Brexit negotiations...
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Old 08-11-2018, 11:47 PM   #5
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Now that WWI is 100 years old is it time the Windsor name was finally changed back to Saxe-Coburg and Gotha? ...might help with the Brexit negotiations...
Where's Arthur when you need him....?
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Where's Arthur when you need him....?
The man or the ideal?
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The man or the ideal?
The spirit m8..
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Old 09-11-2018, 10:49 PM   #8
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When or if he becomes king he'll have more influence within government than he does now, slightly worrying. Hopefully he'll advise government on the betterment of people/social issues as much as he does on buildings, countryside & the like?
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Old 10-11-2018, 05:50 PM   #9
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When or if he becomes king he'll have more influence within government than he does now, slightly worrying. Hopefully he'll advise government on the betterment of people/social issues as much as he does on buildings, countryside & the like?
Maybe! Whilst I'm not a fan of the old duffer he was speaking about the problem of plastics pollution in his 20s and nobody took much notice; now we are in a plastic crisis. He does seem to have some real concern for the environment.


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Maybe! Whilst I'm not a fan of the old duffer he was speaking about the problem of plastics pollution in his 20s and nobody took much notice; now we are in a plastic crisis. He does seem to have some real concern for the environment.


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He does. He was portrayed as a nutter for his love of plants and his dislike of modern architecture; something I'm in agreement with him on. I don't care much for the monarchy but Charles have never wavered on these points, which is something positive.
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That is what is so odd about him.
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He does. He was portrayed as a nutter for his love of plants and his dislike of modern architecture; something I'm in agreement with him on. I don't care much for the monarchy but Charles have never wavered on these points, which is something positive.
True, and yet he was friends with that savile. Very weird.
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Chuck's minders cringed every time he opened his mouth in front of a camera without his prepared speech... The guy is an imbecile in disguise.

when on the royal yacht is Sydney back in the 70's he apparently got so drunk he took off his trousers and lay on the floor and begged to be buggered. They say Mountbatten taught him these skills.

His First Born son lives near Alice Springs in central Aust where Queen Lizzie bought the gal a huge station to shut her up.

Its not weird to be a Queer that patronizes and socializes with other queers like Savile.
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Old 11-11-2018, 04:19 PM   #15
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Does his son have a name so we can look him up?

I know prince phillip has bastard children in Oz and Canada.
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after much googling, I have determined google has an algorithm to keep royal secrets.

It used to be googleable but no longer is... Its not a very well kept secret in these parts.
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There were rumours that Charles and Camilla had a daughter years ago and it was kept hush hush.
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When or if he becomes king he'll have more influence within government than he does now, slightly worrying. Hopefully he'll advise government on the betterment of people/social issues as much as he does on buildings, countryside & the like?

Don’t hold your breath on that, his mother couldn’t give a fuck about the issues you’ve mentioned
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