Friday, 30 June 2006

Reincarnated as a killer virus

From 1981 to 1996, The Duke of Edinburgh was the President of the World Wildlife Fund.

Addressing this organisation, he said this in November 1998:

"If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels."
Sounds like a Philippian joke, doesn't it? However, Prince Phil is on record as having said something very like this in a variety of similar forums before and since. In 1967, for example, at the Fawley Foundation Lecture hosted by Southampton University, he said:

"Conservation may involve culling in order to keep a balance between the relative numbers in each species within any particular habitat. I realize this is a very touchy subject, but the fact remains that mankind is part of the living world."
On 18 February 1981, in an address to the All-Party Conservation Committee, he said:

"When any environment changes, the process of natural selection is brutal and merciless… Adapt or die is as true today as it was in the beginning."
In an interview in People magazine on the 21 December 1981, the Prince was asked:
"What do you consider the leading threat to the environment?"
To which he replied:

"Human population growth is probably the single most serious long-term threat to survival… The more people there are, the more resources they'll consume, the more pollution they'll create, the more fighting they will do. We have no option. If it isn't controlled voluntarily, it will be controlled involuntarily by an increase in disease, starvation and war."
This question was then put to him:
"Is birth control part of the solution?"
He replied:

"Yes, but you can't legislate these problems away… The more important people, the ones who have responsibilities have got to do it."
The more important people have got to do what, we wonder? The Duke is also on record as having said:

"Some animals have to be killed in the interest of maintaining the health and viability of the species as a whole".
"Human population pressure, the sheer number of people on this planet, is the single most important cause of the degradation of the natural environment… and of the destabilization of the world's climatic and atmospheric systems."
"Predation, climatic variation, disease, starvation, and in the case of the inappropriately named Homo sapiens, wars and terrorism, are the principal means by which population numbers are kept under some sort of control."
Now, some may think that dear, old Phil was talking a lot of sense and, indeed, it no secret that a good many of us believe that there are far too many out-of-control human beings on this earth of ours for the maintenance of a healthy planet. But when the Duke of Edinburgh advocates an imposed 'cull' of the population, we don't really think that he has people like himself or his family in mind, now do we?

I mean, the old boy has four legitimate children and, bearing in mind his reputation as a philanderer, one wonders whether he may also have one or two little bastards tucked away in the leafy suburbs where the viruses can't get at them.

Here are some things you never knew about Philip Mountbatten and the Royal Family.

Prince Philip attended Bilderberger meetings in 1965 and 1967.

He accepted an award from the Israeli government honouring his mother, Princess Alice because:

"She hid three Jews in the palace in Athens during the Nazi occupation of Greece in 1943-1944."
Princess Alice was buried in Israel.

Rumour has it that Duke Ernst of Coburg, the father of Queen Victoria's husband, was homosexual. This rumour suggests that Prince Albert was the son of his supposed father's Jewish chamberlain. What is certain is that Ernst paid little attention to his 'flirtatious' bride, Princess Louise and, 5 years after Albert's birth, his mother, very ostentatiously, took a lover. In 1827, when Albert was eight years old, Ernst and Louise were divorced.

A variety of internet websites will tell you that all of the male children born to the most senior royals, since Albert entered the national life of the British people, have been circumcised. Indeed, Raphael Malka, a Rabbi operating out of Maryland, USA, is happy to inform us all as follows at his own website:
"It is noteworthy to mention in this connection, that, following tradition of the Royal House of England, which requires circumsicion of all male children, it was the Jewish Mohel of London rather than the Royal Physician who was called to circumcise the son of Princess Elizabeth.

The following news item from a British newspaper will be of interest: 'Crown Prince Charles Circumcised by a London Mohel… Crown Prince Charles, son of Princess Elizabeth and heir to the British throne, was circumcised in Buckingham Palace by Rabbi Jacob Snowman, official Mohel of the London Jewish Community'." Rabbi Raphael Malka Rabbi Israel J. Barzak (Edward and Harry were not cicumcised - Princess Diana wouldn't allow it)
And then, there is the interesting fact that the Royal family has always been proud to claim direct descent from the Jewish House of David.

The first and second world wars got rid of a hell of a lot of white, northern European types and the Spanish Flu, which followed WWI, disappeared a great many more. We're talking more than fifty million here. That's fifty million that didn't have slitty-eyes, a black or brown skin and a conservatory. That's fifty million just like you and me. And, aside from the chemtrails, earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, tsunamis (and devastated atomic facilities that are still, as yet, untamed) one is always vaguely aware that the next (artificially created?) Bird Flu/Ebola/AIDS pandemic may be the one Prince Phil has been crying out for. On top of which there are, of course, the Iraqs, Afghanistans and the perennial planetary conflicts the press rarely mention.

A lot of people find it easy not to give a damn when it's happening somewhere else but, just for a moment, imagine a world, where fat-cat commerce is more important than millions and millions of lives. Now, consider how you might feel when British Airways brings your next door neighbour back from a Vietnam in the grips of another encounter with Bird Flu. And he sneezes in your direction. Do you think you might find yourself holding your breath (in a politically incorrect kind of way) for a minute or two?

And when that once nationalised now multinational airline brings an AIDS-infected African chap or an Asian with TB to your next dinner party, do you think you'll be spoon-feeding him the caviar, like you did last time?

And when that airliner take you to New Orleans and you get stuck in some stench-filled superdome with a few hundred tons of mean, black hatred and threat, are you going to be grateful to a corporate and political world that didn't bother to warn you of the weather and the racial realities, because the bottom line might have been affected if they had?

Oh, there are a billion ways to exterminate the lemming, folks, and, though the Philip Mountbattens may not be aware of them all, the secret rulers of the earth undoubtedly are.

In 1993, speaking at Oxford University, Prince Charles said:

"The guiding principle and spirit of Islamic law, taken straight from the Koran, should be those of equity and compassion. Islam can teach us today a way of understanding and living in the world which Christianity itself is poorer for having lost."
In a June 1994 television documentary, he declared his desire to be known as 'Defender of Faiths' rather than 'Defender of the (Anglican) Faith.'

In October 1996, The Evening Standard quoted the Grand Mufti of Cyprus thus.

"It happened in Turkey. Oh, yes, he (Prince Charles) converted all right… Check on how often he travels to Turkey. You'll find that your future king is a Muslim."
In a speech at the Foreign Office Conference Center on 13 December 1996, he said this:

"There is much we can learn from that Islamic world view… We need to be taught by Islamic teachers how to learn with our hearts, as well as our heads."
Charles is Vice Patron of the Center for Islamic Studies at Oxford University, a center built by a $33 million Saudi gift with the aim of putting Islam at the heart of the British education system.

What do we make of the above? Was Charlie politicking here? Was this just British Royalty cynically buttering up the Abdul? Was he playing Commonwealth games to the detriment of the UK? Is he required to say and do what he says and does at a matter of policy?

Might his fondness for all thing Islamic be a reaction to ancient animosities between himself and his father?

Is he not as earnestly Christian as a Christian kingdom might wish him to be? Or is something else going on.

My money’s on something else:

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