Jonathan Brown Friday 23 November 2012
Environmental damage left unchecked would be ‘suicide on a grand scale’, Prince warns the world was heading towards a “terrifying point of no return” and that future generations faced an “unimaginable future” on a toxic planet…… “He is really a good representative of the environmental movement as such and it is not a personal issue,” he said. But he added that the “extreme alarm and extreme concern” was “over the top and not helpful to the debate”. To Read More….
My Take – I will say this. It may seem strange, but I pity the man for a number of reasons, but it doesn't change the fact that Bonnie Prince Charlie is a loon. They are claiming he has not been over the top in the past, and yet he has declared “tipping points” that have come and gone. This is a guy that apparently doesn’t read very much or only reads what supports his personal mythology as to how the universe functions, and is desperate to justify his pampered existence.
His father claims that what he hopes for when he dies that; “If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.” Another delusional pampered loon! It must be genetic.
I am inclined to think that the English people agree with me since there was a poll that says “the public just can't warm to idea of Prince Charles in charge.” The article goes on to say; “Less than half of the British public believes the Prince of Wales should ascend to the throne”. Apparently the British are happy that there is longevity in the women of his family as his grandmother, the Queen Mother, lived to be 101, and his mother is only 86. I wonder if they are thinking of Spock's Vulcan greeting for Queen Elizabeth II. Live long and proper! That may keep the loon's at bay for a while. But since the greenie claptrap these loons embrace is going to bankrupt England anyway, and since England has totally embraced multiculturalism, the country isn't going to exist much longer as England, but as Englanistan......does it really matter?