The Madness of Prince Charles
In his Brussels speech, the Prince of Wales described the fight against global climate change as a war, with the Doomsday Clock ‘ticking ever closer to midnight’. Apparently, ‘the lives of billions of people depend on (the EU’s) response and none of us will be forgiven by our children and grandchildren if we falter and fail’.
He said it needed the biggest public private partnership in history to solve the crisis - along with greater leadership from Europe: ‘Determined and principled leadership has never been more needed. Surely this is just the moment in history for which the European Union was created,’ he told the gathered MEPs who hung on his every word.
So global warming is ‘the moment in history for which the European Union was created’, is it? Nothing to do with fusing steel and coal production to prevent war; nothing to do with free trade or prosperity; nothing to do with feeding the Continent in the post-war decades; nothing to do with spreading a social doctrine that ensures minimum standards and working rights for all. Monnet and Schumann had the foresight to create an empire which would solve the problem of global warming. Genius. Pure prophetic genius. They must have had a direct line to the Almighty after all.
But why was the Prince of Wales advocating an increase in EU powers at such a sensitive time? Why was he permitted by the Government to enter the political fray at the time the Lisbon Treaty is making its way through Parliament and the people are being denied their promised referendum?
It is, as The Daily Mail observed ‘a clear political move’. A senior member of the Royal Family asking for more ‘determined’ leadership from the EU is evidence that the Royal Family may have been complicit in the whole EU project after all. And that all the protests about an infringed sovereignty, all the petitions for Her Majesty to defend our ancient rights, all the talk of treason against her person and status have all been ignored because they are all essentially in agreement with the formation of the new Empire. Prince Charles is the first Royal to give his overt blessing to the EU, yet it may now be surmised that others are covert europhiles.
When a rump Parliament, corrupt Church and a compromised Crown are all united in favour of ‘ever closer union’, only divine intervention, revolution, or a latter-day Cromwell can save the British people from the 'unavoidable' tyranny.