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Saturday, November 19, 2005 

Prince Charles- The Master of the Obvious

In true 'Master of the Obvious' style, Prince Charles who so bravely stood up for London during the subway bombing attacks this summer, now has his precious personal memoirs exposed as he galivants across the globe speaking out about global warming and other nonsense.

He's quick to describe global warming as 'terrifying' yet radical Islamic brainwashed youth are something to be tolerant of, if you were to notice which issues he desires the press to cover.

Just don't interrupt his vacation on the Mediterranean!

Despite the fact that this inbred has won life's lottery, he's become life's loser:
Britain's Prince Charles launched legal action after comments about Chinese diplomats from one of his private journals were published in a British weekly newspaper.

The journal contained the heir to the throne's views on the 1997 hand-over of Hong Kong to China, including one describing Chinese government people as "appalling old waxworks".

The comments appeared in the Mail on Sunday, which is owned by Associated Newspapers.

"The Prince of Wales's office has been advised by lawyers that the Mail on Sunday has breached both the Prince of Wales's copyright and confidentiality," a statement said..

"This is a matter of principle," said Sir Michael Peat, the prince's Prince Charles' principal private secretary, "like anybody else, the Prince of Wales is entitled to write a private journal without extracts being published.

"This journal was copied and passed on to the Mail on Sunday without permission."

In the journal, the prince wrote: "After my speech, the President (Jiang Zemin) detached himself from the group of appalling old waxworks who accompanied him and took his place at the lectern.

"He then gave a kind of 'propaganda' speech which was loudly cheered by the bussed-in party faithful at the suitable moment in the text."

The prince also expresses his horror at the "awful Soviet-style display" as Chinese troops "goose step" to "haul down the Union Jack and raise the Chinese flag" during a "ridiculous rigmarole".

The 3,000-word journal, entitled "'The Handover of Hong Kong' - or 'The Great Chinese Takeaway'," was circulated to relatives, friends, political contacts and courtiers.
This schmuck is more concerned about the reactions his words are going to get than he is about solving his country's most significant problem... just so happens to be the same problem that France seems to be currently facing.

I guess us North Americans are going to have to step up in the not too distant future and save Europe's rear-end once again.

Not that this comes as any suprise to any of us who have been paying attention.

(linked with... Point Five, NIF, The Uncooperative Blogger, Wizbang, Don Surber, Third World County, The Political Teen, Samantha Burns, Stuck on Stupid, Stop the ACLU, MacStansbury, Jo's Cafe, Basil's Blog, Adam's Blog, The Tar Pit)

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Boo-hoo for the prince.

And yes, we may just have to save Europe's butt in the near future.
Because I don't think Europe is up to it.

Doesn't even look like they're going to even put up a fight!

Ugh... Euros...

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