The Prince of Wales 1792. Priny's Popularity
right Priny as Huntsman
Animal Cruelty in "Blue Blood".
In Priny's England deer became scarce. Titled huntsmen introduced a "Conservation Rule." Stag Hunts agreed to chase each deer at least forty-miles before the kill. Hounds were kept in coaches until the final few miles! Hunts, and trotting back from the kill, usually took all day. Bacchanalian orgies that followed the hunt could last a week - depending on the winter weather.
On Sunday huntsmen went to church and listened to
royal puppets in the pulpits telling the peasants they must work harder to please their "masters."
as seen from his secret wife's windows.
Priny built Maria Fitzherbert's house in the grounds of his Brighton Palace.
The house like the palace was paid for with the taxpayers money. 1714 and 1830
the first four George's increased their obscene wealth by imposing excessive
taxes, import and export duties.
Priny's Brighton Pavilion by night
was but one of Priny's royal (free) residences.
He also had Carlton House in London where he spent £6,800 taxpayers money on authentic furniture for his China Room. He built Maria Fitzherbert’s elegant Brighton house for £6,400.
Royal London 1814 Hyde Park
"Allies against Napoleon"
The King Of Prussia, Priny and Zsar Alexander
review the troops in Hyde Park
"The crowd cheered the King.
The crowd cheered the Zsar.
The crowd jeered and hissed at Priny."
right, Priny and another total waste of space.
Charles, Prince of Hypocrite's pretends to worry about children eating McDonald's pig swill but does nothing to stop
Charles Prince of Clowns ignores the idiotic production of nuclear waste at totally needless nuclear power stations. A Nuclear 9/11 wiping out the present generation of British children wouldn't worry The Prince of Hypocrites one iota.
Nothing would please him more than the chance to disappear to one of the royals sun-kissed Pacific islands. Where
there is no age of consent and he could really enjoy his orf-shore
£Trillions aided the likes of Jimmy Saville.
Not The King’s Man
John Wesley 1703-1791
Wesley was barred from the pulpit for speaking the truth about inbred perverts who call themselves "royal."
Preacher John Wesley upset the Establishment by pointing out the simple truth. 'What is a Lord of the Manor? But a sinner born to die.'
Those who considered themselves “royal” were outraged. The Duchess of Buckingham wrote.
'It is monstrous to be told one is the same as the common wretches that crawl the earth.'
The Duchess of Buckingham was
referring to the fact that poor people were the slaves of the rich.
Wesley found himself barred from the pulpit!
He went on to found the Methodist Church by preaching the truth outdoors.
(It was the second Duke of Buckingham who, having nothing better to do in life, set up the first kennels and stables dedicated to the imbecilic practice of 'hunting’ the un-eatable fox).
Thus far; Fifteen Prime Ministers employed by the "royal" family stem from James The First's disgusting cock-sucking-toy-boy George Villiers, First Duke of Buckingham.
see Uncommon People. Paul Bloomfield. Hamish Hamilton. 1955. & Anatomy Of Britain Anthony Sampson. Macmillan. 1966.