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Monday, July 18, 2011

The "I" word

I've never thought highly of Prince Charles because of the way he treated Princess Diana. Now, there's yet another reason not to think highly of the heir to the British throne: His treatment of Israel.
Over 2000 words about 250 years of history of British Jewry and he didn't mention the word 'ISRAEL' once!

"Moses Montefiore"; "Jerusalem"; "Holocaust victims"; "Kindertransport" ... but not one mention of Israel and what that represents for Jews in the diaspora and could have represented for those who died in the Holocaust. Not one mention of the key role that was played by British Jews and the British Government in the founding of the State of Israel, for example through the Balfour Declaration.

No mention of Chaim Weizmann who spent much of his life in the UK

No mention that one of the Board's nine objectives is to "take such appropriate action as lies within its power to advance Israel's security, welfare, and standing"

Not a word.
More from Brian of London here.

Prince Charles is once again an embarrassment.

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5 Comments:

At 1:30 AM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

Nobody in UK can stand old monkey face. We are all just hoping something happens so that William can take the reins.

 
At 4:00 AM, Blogger Captain.H said...

Europe's significant nobility have always acquired descriptive nicknames, including a good number of Charlies. E.g. "Bonnie Prince Charlie", "Charles the Bald", "Charles the Fat", "Charles the Hammer". This one, by his own words and behavior, we may call "Charles the Meshuggeneh". (I love all those so-descriptive Yiddish words. In this case, I use Meshuggeneh as I don't think Carl would approve of any of my other more earthy choices. :-)

Charles Windsor is yet another good-for-nothing, superficial, weakling male from a royal family that seems to excel only in producing such men. Like his other Windsor relatives, past and present, who are isolated and insulated by their position and wealth, Charles Windsor has lived in the proverbial "gilded cage", never had to confront the normal burdens, problems, crises, opportunities-the challenges of life. These are what give us life lessons and the opportunity to develop real adult character. In that sense, Charles Windsor has had a deprived life. The result, to borrow a Churchill quote, "He has so much to be modest about."

(And I agree with Carl. His behavior towards Princess Diana was contemptible. He married her in total bad faith and lack of integrity, carrying on his affair with Camilla before and after he married Diana.)

 
At 7:35 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love Prince Charles!

 
At 2:27 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

PRINCE CHARLES' -"GREAT "SPEECHES ON RELIGION. PRINCE CHARLES THE MUSLIM.

http://www.angelfire.com/journal2/ck15endtimecolumn/et19.html

 
At 5:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've never thought highly of Prince Charles because of the way he treated Princess Diana.

Without taking sides, and just sticking to the facts, the facts of the matter are that Princess Diana first appeared on TV (whilst still married to Charles), admitting adultery with several men. This caused her sons much pain, and William didn't talk to his mother for a while after that. There were rumours that Major James Hewitt (whom Prince Harry resembles) is the father of her second child, but she said she didn't begin her affair with him till after Harry was born.

By the way, what does, "I" in "The "I" word" stand for?




@Juniper

Nobody in UK can stand old monkey face. We are all just hoping something happens so that William can take the reins.

As usual you're just spewing venom and pretending it is fact. Here is the truth

Positively princely
Fri, 25/03/2011
http://today.yougov.co.uk/life/positively-princely
The monarchy has the support of the British public, and more people want Prince Charles to take the throne after Queen Elizabeth II than think the honour should pass to Prince William, our poll for Prospect reveals.

Britain's Prince Charles proving popular at 60
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2008/11/14/us-britain-charles-idUKTRE4AD2VK20081114




@Shy Guy

I love Prince Charles!

loooooool

You must not know Prince Charles, Shy Guy, otherwise you wouldn't be "loving him". He's an Islamophile, which puts him at odds with you and your Islamophobic buddies dreams. How is your quest to destry Islam going? Tch Tch, my symathies :)

Here this should change your mind about Charles!

Is Prince Charles a Convert to Islam?
http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2003/11/is-prince-charles-a-convert-to-islam

 

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