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« on: August 12, 2019, 11:48:45 AM »

http://nos.nl/artikel/229...schikt-voor-de-troon.html

Farage lashes out at royals: Charles and Harry unsuitable for the throne

The British politician Nigel Farage lashed out at several members of the British royal family in a speech in Australia. Queen Elizabeth's mother, who died in 2002, was "a fat, chain-smoking gin drinker". About Prince Charles, Farage said: "Charlie Boy and climate change, dear help, dear help".

The leader of the Brexit Party made the statements on Saturday at a conference for conservative politicians in the Australian city of Sydney, where he was announced as the man "who could just be the next British prime minister". Journalists were denied access, but the British newspaper The Guardian was able to listen to audio recordings of part of the speech.

Farage was very positive about Queen Elizabeth. "A fantastic, awesome woman. We are so lucky to have her."



"William must become immortal to keep Harry from the throne."
- Nigel Farage about Prince Harry



He was therefore less complimenting on her mother and eldest son. "All I can say about Charlie Boy is that he is now in his seventies ... That the queen can live for a long, very long time."

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan also suffered. According to Farage, Harry was first "awesome, courageous, boisterous and super-masculine", after which he became the most popular young royal of the last century as an army officer in Afghanistan. "And then he met Meghan and made a free fall."

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Farage referred to the decision of Harry and Meghan to have a maximum of two children because of the environment. "Whether Prince Harry has two children is irrelevant now that China and India have 2.6 billion inhabitants."

The British politician does not see Harry as head of state either. "If I want the queen to live long to keep Charlie Boy from becoming king, then I want Charlie Boy to live longer. And William must become immortal to keep Harry from the throne."

In 2008, Farage, as a Member of the European Parliament, already refused to clap for a speech by Prince Charles. And when Charles argued for more power for the EU, Farage wrote: "I rarely agree with him. I find it inappropriate if an heir to a constitutional monarchy wants to take power from his mother's government."
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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2019, 12:06:41 PM »

This guy is stupid. Technically, William does only need to live long enough until George is 18 to avoid Harry as a regent. Harry only has a chance to become king one day if desaster strikes, his brother already has 3 children, so no need to fear a king Harry.
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« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2019, 12:11:03 PM »

This guy is stupid. Technically, William does only need to live long enough until George is 18 to avoid Harry as a regent. Harry only has a chance to become king one day if desaster strikes, his brother already has 3 children, so no need to fear a king Harry.

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« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2019, 04:54:59 PM »

This guy is stupid. Technically, William does only need to live long enough until George is 18 to avoid Harry as a regent. Harry only has a chance to become king one day if desaster strikes, his brother already has 3 children, so no need to fear a king Harry.

ans a queen sparkles  Yikes

Yes, while he had a very few good points to make, he was addressing a very conservative audience and played up their fears with some bogus nonsense. 
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« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2019, 07:03:28 PM »

It is unfortunate he said stupid things but I am glad a public figure speaks up against them for a change, of course as it Farage, it will have the opposite effect!

But there should be more criticism and challenge of the royals. Holders of the golden meal ticket should be accountable, their position is a gift, not a right.
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« Reply #5 on: August 12, 2019, 09:52:31 PM »

We’re not hosting any political discussions on this board.
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