Tuesday 6 March 2007

Charles - What is he good for?

So Prince Charles thinks that he is the legal owner of the Three Feathers symbol and has the right to send bullying letters to small businessmen. This symbol is not his personal property but represents the stolen title of the Prince of Wales, and despite its German roots, has become as widely used as a symbol of Wales as the Dragon, the Leek and the Daffodil.

However, Charles’s attitude shows his complete disregard for Wales.

Is it not time that the people of Wales stood up to this arrogant inbred and told him that we do not want or need him, and that he has no right to claim to be our Prince. We should demand that he be divested of the title, which should be returned to the people of Wales.

Perhaps in an Independent Wales this title could be granted on a temporary and honorary basis to a democratically elected Welsh President????

In the meantime, a song based on the Edwin Starr classic (and by Bruce Springsteen and others) ……………


Charles – Huuur
What is he good for ?
Absolutely Nothing!
Say it again…………

4 comments:

Penddu said...

I have just remembered that the Irish call their Prime Minister - the Taoisach (apologies for spelling) - which is basically the same word as Tywysog - the Welsh word for Prince.

So maybe my suggestion is not that far-fetched......

huw caint said...

Charles moves in to Carmarthen. Response. Flag waving children who have no choice presented on the media as a typical Welsh welcome. No mention of increased local house prices as buyers from SE England squeeze the local first time buyers further. Why does not Plaid say something to protect our coommunities. Its only Tory voters and hardcore Labourites that we will offend. Two groups not likely to be swayed over to us anyway. Ordinary people in our communities are waiting for leadership. Plaid sitting on the fence just feeds the despair our people are experiencing. If we do not do something we will continue to endure the grooming of his son William as an imposter prince and as a symbol of our subjection. If we want to build a modern democracy in Wales, then monarchy is an aberration..... a foreign monarchy a greater aberration

Independence4Celts said...

I think we should give up the Welsh feathers. They are the english royal families symbol of dominance over us. We should have the Owain Glyndwr emblem on our rugby shirts, etc. No-one cares for the monarchy anymore, lets get rid.

Ryan said...

This is all nonsense. The three feathers is the symbol of the Prince of Wales, whoever holds that title. Wales allready has an unofficial coat of arms (see the Wales Wikipeadia article). The Welsh, and the rugby team and so on should use a variant based on that design. The coat of arms has a historic significance, it was once the standard of the Prince of Gwynedd.