The madness of Prince Charles

Many people have long suspected that Prince Charles isn’t the full ticket.  He has done nothing to counter that suspicion in a documentary made for US television called Harmony.

Reported by the Daily Mail, in his own words His Royal Highness explains:

‘I can only somehow imagine that I find myself being born into this position for a purpose.

‘I don’t want my grandchildren or yours to come along and say to me, “Why the hell didn’t you come and do something about this? You knew what the problem was”. That is what motivates me.

‘I wanted to express something in the outer world that I feel inside… We seem to have lost that understanding of the whole of nature and the universe as a living entity.’

Perhaps such a self reverential perspective should be expected after a life spent encapsulated in a monarchist bubble, where every whim has been satisfied and as a person one is elevated to an exalted level by the courtiers and hangers on who think the Royals are somehow superior to other human beings.

The real problem is that Prince Charles has sought out and attached himself to a politicially motivated movement – which uses climate change as a rider to achieve political, economic and social aims that do nothing to tackle real environmental issues, such as pollution, deforestation and the recreational destruction of wildlife.

But maybe I am being unfair to Prince Charles by describing this as a form of madness.  Perhaps it is nothing more than plain old conceited arrogance and an inflated sense of self worth.

3 Responses to “The madness of Prince Charles”


  1. 1 Michael St George 01/08/2010 at 12:10 am

    Agreed.

    I used to be a sympathetic supporter of Charles, believing that he was unjustly criticised by the plague of assorted shysters, freaks, charlatans and psycho-babble inadequates that made up the Princess Airhead Fan Club.

    But no longer. The man is a dangerous eco-loon, who couldn’t command an audience of one bored dog if it wasn’t for his position. That being so, he is abusing his position by so overtly espousing such a blatantly political cause as enviro-socialism, and he risks jeopardising the monarchy by doing so.

    If ever there was a case for the Crown skipping a generation, he is it.

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