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« Reply #15 on: March 15, 2016, 03:22:21 PM »

the fact it's not being well covered (I know I haven't checked their threads because they don't interest me) should give the flying monkey flunkies sleepless nights, not to mention if the press becomes more hostile to the work shy lamebridges, it's not going to be pretty.   
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« Reply #16 on: March 16, 2016, 04:44:34 PM »

I hope the press starts to really un-leash the dogs of hades against these arrogant, worthless parasites.

  I used to be a total royalist, I still do in certain places....but not the BRF anymore NO WAY.  I have to assume the Queen is just too old to care since she chooses to ignore the total lack of attention Chuck and Milla generate (state visit...really they're on a state visit) how lazy and arrogant the willnot wales are and recognize andy has some real issues.  If she doesn't light a fire under their backsides or do something fast, I just can't imagine them being anything but a problem in the future.

'The gate stops deer roaming and the Prince uses it as a short cut. For some reason the sensors didn't work. Instead of going a mile out of his way, he just decided to ram it open.'

Buckingham Palace and the Crown Estate, which owns Windsor Great Park, both refused to comment on the incident.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.u...r-home.html#ixzz4353xXlLk
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« Reply #17 on: March 16, 2016, 07:55:11 PM »

The Queen is allot of things but being assertive and handling problems head on is not one of them.She puts her head in the sand like an ostrich when it comes to her family.Andrew behaves in this manner because he has never had to deal with any consequences of his actions.William is very much like him.
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« Reply #18 on: April 10, 2016, 11:19:38 PM »

HM is a diplomat. Diplomats don't light fires, they sit back and watch. Frankly, after The Chaz and Di fiasco, HM is probably thrilled to pieces that Chopper and Chutney are still married and Harry's kept his clothes on in public for almost two years now.  Jumping
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« Reply #19 on: April 10, 2016, 11:50:13 PM »

Chopper and Chutney are already starting to get criticism (not enough but it's a start) in the media and I think it's only going to get worse if they keep pushing out the press and behaving as they have.  When HM passes I don't think it's going to be pretty for them.
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« Reply #20 on: April 12, 2016, 04:34:15 PM »

http://www.dailymail.co.u...ueen-s-90th-birthday.html

I would swear those palace insider posts were straight off the board  Wink   

believe we must face the reality that, when the Queen?s reign comes to its natural end, there is likely to be an urgent debate about the role of the Royal Family in modern Britain ? a debate whose outcome is uncertain.

It is partly because of her dutifulness and longevity that the institution of British monarchy looks, to some, so secure. Even in our noisy, democratic age, where tradition is treated with suspicion and most politicians with contempt, there is no powerful opposition to her position as Head of State.

A belief in the long-term security of the throne could be badly misplaced. For it is possible that the Queen?s longevity and fidelity may disguise much deeper misgivings about the role of the monarchy in the 21st century.

After all, admiration for the present incumbent does not necessarily translate into support for the institution itself.

There are several factors to consider. One is that apart from the Queen herself, there is growing suspicion about the legitimacy of an unelected, unaccountable ruler whose elevated position is based only on an accident of birth.

Throughout the world, there is now a deep antipathy towards governing elites that act in their own vested interests, as shown by the widespread anger about the revelations in the Panama tax scandal.

That feeling is particularly strong among young people, who have been brought up with the concept of social justice and have no time for the concept of hereditary privilege.

A central element of the Queen?s Coronation in 1953 was her anointment by the Archbishop of Canterbury, a ritual that reinforced the ancient belief that monarchs ruled by divine right. That moment was treated with such veneration that it could not even be shown by the television cameras. But by the time of the next Coronation, any such ritual might provoke incomprehension and even hostility.

Part of the Queen?s enduring appeal is that she has never bared her soul to the public ? unlike Prince Charles.

great 19th-century constitutional expert Walter Bagehot famously wrote that, for the monarchy to survive, it was important ?not to let daylight in on the magic?. The Queen has brilliantly fulfilled that edict.

There is also the question of the personality of her heirs. Queen Elizabeth, with her selfless, profound sense of duty forged during World War II, has been ideally equipped for the role of sovereign. The problem for Prince Charles is that he brings a lot of baggage, both personal and political.

The clouds over Prince Charles have prompted some to call for the succession to be passed to Prince William.

Yes, William and his wife are popular (as their current tour in India proves) but not only would doing so make a mockery of the very essence of the hereditary monarchy, but the prospect of William on the throne presents its own problems.

In the eyes of many monarchists, he and his wife Catherine have not yet proved themselves as fully paid-up members of ?The Firm?, with eyebrows raised at William?s part-time position with the air ambulance and the couple?s relatively few official engagements




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« Reply #21 on: April 12, 2016, 04:41:13 PM »

Charles is widely popular you can see with the crowd he gathers, the media should stop pretending no one likes him. Monarchy changes and I'd say it will probably change not to remove Charles but to remove Cambridges because people are sick of them, you can tell by the crowds they get. Sick of the media trying to keep Charles in the 1990's.
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« Reply #22 on: April 12, 2016, 04:52:09 PM »

Charles is widely popular you can see with the crowd he gathers, the media should stop pretending no one likes him. Monarchy changes and I'd say it will probably change not to remove Charles but to remove Cambridges because people are sick of them, you can tell by the crowds they get. Sick of the media trying to keep Charles in the 1990's.
They should also stop pretending everyone loves Whiny & Waity. Truth and reality needs to be let into these articles.

The best guarantee to the end of the Monarchy isn't through Charles but through his lazy idiot heir and daughter-in-law. Snare
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« Reply #23 on: April 13, 2016, 11:43:43 PM »

At least Charles stands for something. He has his opinions, his organic gardening, his style, etc. Obviously, he made big mistakes in his youth but haven't we all. Prince William doesn't seem to stand for anything. He went to college, fine. Then he did RAF thing, then took some kind of break, was off in Cambridge, then moved away to Norfolk, then joined another helicopter team but doesn't seem to work much. He seems to like to tell people not to hunt, but he goes shooting. He has no style, unless you call blue sweaters stylish. Harry, on the other hand, does his Military work and now his invictus games. He has a great style.
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« Reply #24 on: April 14, 2016, 12:37:02 AM »

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« Reply #25 on: April 17, 2016, 07:28:35 PM »

At least Charles stands for something. He has his opinions, his organic gardening, his style, etc. Obviously, he made big mistakes in his youth but haven't we all. Prince William doesn't seem to stand for anything. He went to college, fine. Then he did RAF thing, then took some kind of break, was off in Cambridge, then moved away to Norfolk, then joined another helicopter team but doesn't seem to work much. He seems to like to tell people not to hunt, but he goes shooting. He has no style, unless you call blue sweaters stylish. Harry, on the other hand, does his Military work and now his invictus games. He has a great style.

Yes, this is something that has long bothered me about Whiney. He has no issue, no "thing" that he's passionate about like his father and brother do. He doesn't really care about much of anything, and when he does get interested in something, he loses interest fast. He's bored, and therefore he's boring. He must be a real snooze to talk to at cocktail parties. His wife doesn't seem too interested in anything either. They must really put each other to sleep!
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« Reply #26 on: May 06, 2016, 01:02:38 AM »

At least Charles stands for something. He has his opinions, his organic gardening, his style, etc. Obviously, he made big mistakes in his youth but haven't we all. Prince William doesn't seem to stand for anything. He went to college, fine. Then he did RAF thing, then took some kind of break, was off in Cambridge, then moved away to Norfolk, then joined another helicopter team but doesn't seem to work much. He seems to like to tell people not to hunt, but he goes shooting. He has no style, unless you call blue sweaters stylish. Harry, on the other hand, does his Military work and now his invictus games. He has a great style.

Yes, this is something that has long bothered me about Whiney. He has no issue, no "thing" that he's passionate about like his father and brother do. He doesn't really care about much of anything, and when he does get interested in something, he loses interest fast. He's bored, and therefore he's boring. He must be a real snooze to talk to at cocktail parties. His wife doesn't seem too interested in anything either. They must really put each other to sleep!

I don't know.  Kate loves to be photographed, and William hates photographers and hates to be photographed.  That must lead to some lively conversation at times.  Grin

I wouldn't want to be stuck next to either of them at dinner though.
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« Reply #27 on: May 06, 2016, 03:07:27 AM »

At least Charles stands for something. He has his opinions, his organic gardening, his style, etc. Obviously, he made big mistakes in his youth but haven't we all. Prince William doesn't seem to stand for anything. He went to college, fine. Then he did RAF thing, then took some kind of break, was off in Cambridge, then moved away to Norfolk, then joined another helicopter team but doesn't seem to work much. He seems to like to tell people not to hunt, but he goes shooting. He has no style, unless you call blue sweaters stylish. Harry, on the other hand, does his Military work and now his invictus games. He has a great style.

Yes, this is something that has long bothered me about Whiney. He has no issue, no "thing" that he's passionate about like his father and brother do. He doesn't really care about much of anything, and when he does get interested in something, he loses interest fast. He's bored, and therefore he's boring. He must be a real snooze to talk to at cocktail parties. His wife doesn't seem too interested in anything either. They must really put each other to sleep!

I don't know.  Kate loves to be photographed, and William hates photographers and hates to be photographed.  That must lead to some lively conversation at times.  Grin

I wouldn't want to be stuck next to either of them at dinner though.

Honestly if there was a contest held to win dinner with W&K with proceeds going to charity I would be hard pressed to buy in unless 1.  Harry was guaranteed to be there and 2. I could ask them anything I wanted.  I actually probably wouldn't ask as much as tell them to get off of their lazy butts and get work.  I would be ejected but not before I made Whiny snap his jaw from grinding it and reduce Waity to a bundle of tics that explode from being activated all at one time.

I know the opportunity would never arise but someone outside of their little huddle needs to give them a reality check.  But sadly, I think that Wiliam's ultimate goal is to not have to assume that mantle of King and live hs "private" life.
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« Reply #28 on: May 06, 2016, 06:40:11 PM »

Can you imagine the dinner served? We would all get a bean. And Waity would push hers around the plate.
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« Reply #29 on: May 06, 2016, 08:02:38 PM »

Can you imagine the dinner served? We would all get a bean. And Waity would push hers around the plate.

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