as I scoured throught the magazines, because I cannot take the Yrma-snot anymore, I found this:
OOOOOPPPSSSS....she's in trouuuuuble. What's come over Villeman these days? Why is she hacking on Alex? Don't get me wrong, I can see why people would get annoyed with that fact......but shouldn't she take the magnifying glass on Yrma? ? ?
Should Mary be afraid....REALLY afraid? Well, read for yourselves Throw Countess out of Financial Support - - No other royal houses in Europe have sent the bill for a divorce to taxpayers.http://politiken.dk/debat...grevinden-af-finansloven/Trine Villemann
This week's edition of Image magazine exhibits in a brilliant way, how much we are the laughing stock of our own tax dollars when it comes to the royal family.
Hoforganet have visited the Countess of Frederiksborg in her fashionable villa in the luxury the Resort Oasis Sky Club in Turkey.
Over four-page spread on sunburned, a former princess and her husband, sound engineer Martin Jorgensen, the mixed second on the landscape around the couple's large villa - it is an excellent contrast to the flat Denmark, we are told.
It costs taxpayers more than two million a year to keep the Countess Alexandra with sunshine and mountain peaks.
We have been cheated for an explanation of why the divorce court as otherwise described as 'a private matter' suddenly became our responsibility as payable
If the Countess achieves an average age of a Danish woman, she will have cost us more than 100 million dollars before she has finished soaking up the sun. Act on annuities for Princess Alexandra, signed by Crown Prince Frederik November 24, 2004, is one of the largest royal and political scandals in recent times.
We Danes were not only ordered to pay alimony to Prince Joachim's ex-wife, we were also cheated for an explanation of why the divorce court as otherwise described as 'a private matter' suddenly became our responsibility as payable.
No other European royal houses have managed to lubricate the bill for a royal divorce by on his subjects.
The 170 million dollars, English Princess Diana, for example, was with when she and Prince Charles were divorced, were taken from Charles' private assets.
The British taxpayers contributed not a single penny to Prince Andrew and Princess Anne divorces.
In Spain's King Juan Carlos' eldest daughter, Princess Elena, divorced from his Duke Jamie without their financial balances have ended with the Spanish taxpayers.
It is therefore a quite extraordinary unusual arrangement, Alexandra was with her when she left in 2004 Amalienborg.
It would suit our reformist prime minister, she immediately sets in motion efforts to ensure that Danish taxpayers no longer have to support a woman who, with his background, education and social circle certainly should be able to fend for themselves
It was no less unusual to Alexandra in 2007 married sound engineer Martin Jorgensen and thus lost her position as a member of the Danish royal family.
I often hear the argument that Alexandra million to ensure that her and Joachim's sons, Princes Nikolai and Felix, growing up in a position-related conditions. That was taken care of by Joachim already at the divorce.
For as it says in the notes to the bill that formed the basis of the Law on Alexandras million, as was agreed child benefits between the parties.
Furthermore, Joachim gave his ex-wife an unencumbered villa in one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Copenhagen, free of charge, just to make sure that the two numbers in succession should not grow up in a two-room concrete slum on the outer Nørrebro overlooking the back patches and burnt out cars.
Yet elected a majority in parliament in November 2004 to vote for a highly educated, working-woman with a superior network and a myriad of skills was awarded lifelong luxury dependent on everybody's behalf.
Only SF and Alliance voted against.
Perhaps it would have been easier to justify Countess exorbitant state performance if she toiled for it, but she does not.
It is now very little work that we see of Alexandra, unless, of course, to an interview with Billed-Bladet belong in that category.
No, there is no reason to maintain Alexandra's Finances. The law, which grants her our tax millions until she dies, should be simply scrapped.
And it would suit our reformist prime minister, she immediately sets in motion efforts to ensure that Danish taxpayers no longer have to support a woman who, with his background, education and social circle certainly should be able to fend for themselves.