Wednesday, August 13, 2008

prince charles: "gigantic corporations = absolute disaster".

Prince Charles is really banging the table over at the Daily Telegraph in an amazing anti GM, anti "gigantic corporation" tirade.

Regardless of the pros, cons and hysteria relating to GM food, this episode conclusively proves that Britain needs to keep the monarchy and have Prince Charles as the next King. Prince Charles has all the makings of a brilliant King if he is ever allowed to get off the Dole into a real job.

British tax payers get a brilliant deal with the Monarchy which costs less to run than just one branch of Northern Rock. The cost of the new Trident missile system ordered by Gordon Brown (£76 billion), would pay for 10,000 new royal families in Britain, plus a massive nationwide palace building program.

Prince Charles more than pays for his Job Seekers Allowance by producing material like this:

"If they think this is the way to go, we will end up with millions of small farmers all over the world being driven off their land into unsustainable, unmanageable, degraded and dysfunctional conurbations of unmentionable awfulness."

Prince Charles: People's Hero

Throwing down the gauntlet to some of the biggest vested interests in Britain (and the free world including Texas) is a brave and dangerous move for Prince Charles. He has been controversial before, but never like this. This could make Charles into a 'people's hero' (like "people's princess" only male sounding), which would be very dangerous indeed.

Thousand daggered corporate whore media

On the other hand Prince Charles could end up being hung, drawn and quartered by the professional hit squads of the thousand daggered corporate whore media. A few confused and violently inclined anarcho-nazi crustie types from London with classist and anti monarchy tendencies will be blamed for the crime ("the worst i have seen in 20 years of CCTV watching" says policeman), which will be used to bring back hanging for terrorists and vegans, who will be executed daily on TV, just before the lottery draw.

"Count me out" says drop out Prince

Prince Charles used the words 'count me out' several times in his interview, and that is exactly what could happen.

Safe house offered for 'prince on the run'

Hopefully Prince Charles is not destroyed by the 'dark forces' the Queen has warned of in the past, which he now bravely dares to attack. The schmoo safe house is always at his disposal should he ever be forced to go 'on the run'.

Having a Royal Family in Britain creates over 50,000 jobs, 45,000 of which are in the media according to a unsubstantiated estimate by an unqualified observer with no knowledge of the subject in question.

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