Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Sultan-To-Be Charles al-Albionia Admonishes His Future Subjects to Revere the Prophet Mohammed During...Christmas




“In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.
All the praises and thanks be to Allah, the Lord of the 'Alamin mankind, jinns and all that exists.
The Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.
The Only Owner of the Day of Recompense
You Alone we worship, and You Alone we ask for help.
Guide us to the Straight Way...
The Way of those on whom You have bestowed Your Grace, not the way of those who earned Your Anger, nor of those who went astray.
So this Christmas lets remember the reason for the season. And it's Mohammed. 


Satire is dead part seven.

“Normally at Christmas, we think of the Birth of our Lord Jesus Christ,” said Prince Charles. “I wonder, though, if this year we might remember how the story of the nativity unfolds, with the fleeing of the holy family to escape violent persecution.”

This is from Prince Charles Christmas message...which he said out loud...where people could hear him and everything. 

Honestly, it seems to have turned into something of a televised competency hearing.

“And we might also remember that when the prophet Muhammad migrated from Mecca to Medina he was seeking the freedom for himself and his followers to worship.”

The Muslims actually have that one covered Your Highness, it's called the month of Ramadan.  

Also the freedom they were seeking was the freedom to oppress Christians everywhere.

And not to state the obvious but unless your mother lives as long as your grandmother you will be head of the Anglican Church one day.  So, just a gentle reminder here, you are supposed to view Mohammed as a false prophet.  So far as you are concerned, sire he was condemned to the 8th Circle of Hell sometime ago.    Just FYI.

“We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive towards those who adhere to a minority faith. All of this has deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s,” he said.

And now his highness demonstrates the need for the Royal gene pool to get out and about more often than was it's want back when he was born. In case you are missing it (and I don't see how you could), the Alt Right are Nazis.  

“I was born in 1948, 

Well at least he remembered that much. I mean the guy is only sixty-eight and while well past the age of mandatory retirement, he shouldn't be suffering from advanced dementia as yet.

just after the end of World War Two, in which my parents’ generation had fought and died in a battle against intolerance, monstrous extremism, and an inhuman attempt to exterminate the Jewish population of Europe. That nearly 70 years later we should still be seeing such evil persecution is, to me, beyond all belief. 

Okay, I may have been wrong about the dementia.  Which is a shame but his eldest son seems tanned, rested and ready. 

 Another FYI Your Highness, we aren't moved to tears by the harsh terms of the Armistice, nor are we bent out of shape over the need for German Living Room (German birthrates have taken care of that one).  

We owe it to those who suffered and died so horribly not to repeat the horrors of the past.”

As for a Complete Solution to the Jewish Problem.  That would involve Trump killing three of his own grandchildren so we're probably safe there too.  (Fisk concluded) 

Prince Charles is a living monument to his generation.  Jealous of their parent's hard won glory.  Resentful of  the gifts bestowed upon them.  Determined to utterly squander their legacy.  And likes to pretend they fought the Nazis too.   

The more democratic a society becomes the more that society swoons for a title.  Thank you for proving the wisdom of America's Founders:

"(Hereditary Monarchy) indiscriminately admits every species of character to the same authority. Vice and virtue, ignorance and wisdom, in short, every quality, good or bad, is put on the same level. Kings succeed each other, not as rationals, but as animals. It signifies not what their mental or moral characters are. Can we then be surprised at the abject state of the human mind in monarchical countries, when the government itself is formed on such an abject levelling system?—It has no fixed character. To-day it is one thing; to-morrow it is something else. It changes with the temper of every succeeding individual, and is subject to all the varieties of each. It is government through the medium of passions and accidents. It appears under all the various characters of childhood, decrepitude, dotage, a thing at nurse, in leading-strings, or in crutches. It reverses the wholesome order of nature. It occasionally puts children over men, and the conceits of non-age over wisdom and experience. In short, we cannot conceive a more ridiculous figure of government, than hereditary succession, in all its cases, presents."


Look Britain I get it. You look at our presidential elections and think, this looks like such a pain and a bother we may as well keep our current figureheads, at least they're a tourist attraction. And you are totally right on that point.   The problem is this, living in DisneyWorld full time only looks like a good idea at first and you've been doing it since 700 AD.

Charles III while unlikely to meet the fate of Charles I is bidding fair to be the last one to have the job.








2 comments:

Jew613 said...

I would love it if members of the elite who aren't jewish would stop invoking the Holocaust to push their policies. Hell, it's annoying when its Jewish politicians doing it. Particularly for some issue that doesn't really involve Jews.

Cataline Sergius said...

Charles was four when his grandfather died. Just old enough to have images in his memory of a Great Wartime King. His mother has living memories of his great grandfather, a much greater king still. And these rulers still had a vestige of power. It was power held in the abeyance but it was power none the less.

Charles has spent his life knowing he would be a monarch that would never measure up to them. Consequently he is hoping to borrow their glory, if he can but answer the call of a great crisis.

Apparently we are the crisis.