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« Reply #40 on: January 21, 2015, 04:49:14 pm »

If they flee there, then refuse to show up for any court sessions if ordered, then do you guys think US/UK relations will be damaged.
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« Reply #41 on: January 21, 2015, 06:03:40 pm »

^I don't know if UK/US relations would be damaged or not, but HM's reputation would be further damaged. I don't see how they will be able to justify protecting him from possible civil/criminal charges... At what point will the British public say enough if this farce?
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« Reply #42 on: January 24, 2015, 03:41:12 pm »

^^If they did that, the RF would be damaged beyond repair. They barely recovered from the fall out surrounding Di's death.
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« Reply #43 on: January 24, 2015, 04:34:36 pm »

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That's the big problem ie the fallout from Diana's  death.   If their popularity hadn't sunk to zero the Middletons would have never been able to crawl their way in and catch poor deluded naive willy.
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« Reply #44 on: January 24, 2015, 09:04:55 pm »

The BRF has always been low for a long time; Diana lifted them up and they threw it all back in their faces. If Charles hadn't married Camilla (the biggest slap in the face) I bet you that Charles would have been able to use his authority effectively and push Kate out, but also have the time and focus to push against the Middletons.
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« Reply #45 on: January 24, 2015, 11:05:28 pm »

The BRF has always been low for a long time; Diana lifted them up and they threw it all back in their faces. If Charles hadn't married Camilla (the biggest slap in the face) I bet you that Charles would have been able to use his authority effectively and push Kate out, but also have the time and focus to push against the Middletons.

What do you mean by 'low'?  Not by reputation. All the othe royal families came to pay tribute to Elizabeth II at her Diamond Jubilee and attend BRF family weddings. Not according to the polls, taken by reputable companies. They've hovered by between 75% and 80% popularity for the last thirty years. So the British people don't regard them as 'low'. They are probably the best known royal family in the world, and that was long before Diana, whom I very much admired.
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« Reply #46 on: January 25, 2015, 01:35:23 am »

How did Kate become a future Queen Consort? How did Camilla get into the role of wife of Charles?
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« Reply #47 on: January 25, 2015, 04:23:42 pm »

^ Absolutely.  I know the BRF, since the arrival of wasty and the medds in particular, have a very, very low opinion of the rf, in fact they are the butt of many jokes in high circles in Saudi.

Randy Andy´s reputation is very low in the Arab states, and the damage wasty and the medss has done to their reputation is appalling.   The bar was dropped very low when they allowed camzilla into the royal, it hit rock bottom when they allowed wasty in.  Where do you go from there?  I have put this article in randy andy thread, but I suppose it could belong here too.  If you disagree mods please remove.  Thank you.

Came across this, it is from 2010, but it does show what an arrogant so and so randy andy is, and how low he is viewed in various countries. Well worth a read.  HBH = His Buffoon Highness  easter-lol

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A boorish, bungling freeloader: Blistering verdict on Prince Andrew by envoy who worked with him

http://www.itv.com/news/update/2015-01-24/green-party-plans-to-ship-queen-into-council-house/

Love this bit, greedy and grasping to the end

There was invariably a moment of high drama at the end of each of the Prince’s visits — when the royal ­luggage was being loaded into our convoys to go the airport (the valet having already gone ahead in an embassy minibus with his trusty ironing board).
At this point, the Bahraini royal protocol escort would always hand over bags of presents.
The equerry would then rush forward and say these were Prince Andrew’s personal presents and that embassy personnel were not to touch anything.
One can only guess what was in those bags. The late emir, Sheikh Isa, gave a golden dhow — a type of boat — to the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana as their wedding present, which I believe ended up in a London auction house.


And this

There was also a 6ft-long ironing board that he insisted went everywhere he went. It was hilarious to ­witness the valet (a word that always had to be pronounced with an emphasis on the ‘t’) struggling off the plane with it and placing the precious object carefully into the minibus we used on such occasions.

On one of his visits to Bahrain, I remember the valet carrying the ­ironing board through the front entrance of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel

When I asked the valet why on earth it was necessary to travel with this piece of equipment while his boss was staying in the best five-star hotels in the world, I was dismissed with the reply: ‘No one knows how to iron His Royal Highnesses’ trousers like me.’

 laugh laugh laugh  Couldn´t make it up could you.


 
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