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Prince Harry and Greta Thunberg impersonators



INDEPENDENT MARCH 2020 - Prince Harry 'falls for Greta Thunberg impersonator phone call'.  Two Russian pranksters have claimed they tricked Prince Harry into telling them he was "completely separate” from most of the royal family. The hoaxers, Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov, say they spoke to the prince in two phone calls while impersonating climate activist Greta Thunberg and her father.


In audio clips posted on YouTube, a voice which is apparently the prince’s can be heard. Buckingham Palace said it would not comment on the hoax. Likewise, a spokesman for Prince Harry declined to respond to the story. The authenticity of the phone calls has yet to be established. In the published clips, a man can be heard saying: "Unfortunately the world is being led by some very sick people.


"I don't mind saying this to you guys, I think the mere fact that Donald Trump is pushing the coal industry so big in America, he has blood on his hands.”


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex carried out their last official royal duties earlier this week, after deciding to step down from their roles and to spend time living on Vancouver Island, Canada.  According to The Sun, Prince Harry said their decision had not been an easy one but that they had made “the right decision” to protect their son. The paper also quoted him as saying that he was "completely separate from the majority" of his family. Dickie Arbiter, a former press secretary to the Queen, told PA news agency: "As long as Harry and Meghan are over there, they're out of the protection of the system - and for all its faults, the system does, and is there, to protect. 


"If they were at Buckingham Palace, it wouldn't have happened. They wouldn't have got through the switchboard. They're pretty vigilant."


Referring to other well-known figures like Elton John who have been duped by the same tricksters, Mr Arbiter added that if the voice was Harry’s then he was in “pretty good company”. The conversations reportedly took place on New Year’s Eve and 22 January.






It's bad enough that your mother died in a tragic accident amid one royal scandal, but his life was set to be a media scrum from the start as the brothers went through military training (the pleasant period), then assumed royal duties and finally met their spouses. It turns out that this was when the fun was to begin, a sort of competition that Harry could never win, if the prize was the throne of England. But is that something to be aspired to with all that starch and turmoil in terms of a shrinking former Empire. If the prize is happiness, independence and freedom, then you may take the view that Harry wins hands down. Except that the decision to flee royal duties has upset his grandmother, according to the media.


The United Kingdom is going through an interesting period of potholed roads and Brexit from Europe that the Commonwealth nations could well do without. Also countenancing climate change with councils all over the land declaring emergencies but carrying on with business as usual, amid rife discrimination, despite the Universal Declaration making that illegal, in that misfeasance turns to malfeasance, as the police ramp up case crafting to massage the numbers. We'd not want the 'Sussex' title after the shooting of James Ashley by armed police in Sussex on trumped up intelligence that backfired on Chris Sherwood as he murdered the unarmed man in the early hours of the morning. Their target had no drugs or firearms at his flat in Hastings!








Pretty in Pink - Queen Elizabeth, Her Majesty





The queen memorably described 1992 as an “annus horribilis” after three of her children’s marriages crumbled.

Heir to the throne Prince Charles’ split from Princess Diana after 11 years of marriage caused a media sensation.

The princess then rocked the monarchy by leaking shocking details of palace life to author Andrew Morton for his 1992 book Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words.

Around the same time the queen’s second son Prince Andrew separated from wife Sarah Ferguson, whom he had married six years earlier.

Meanwhile Princess Anne, the reigning monarch’s only daughter, finalised her divorce from first husband Mark Phillips following their separation in 1989.









Andrew has been dogged by allegations he had sex with one of the then-teenage victims of deceased US sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The prince, often referred to as the queen’s “favourite son”, attempted to clear his name in a BBC interview in November but it backfired spectacularly.

He looked stiff and unapologetic in a performance that one public relations consultant said was akin to “watching a man in quicksand”.

The prince promptly promised to “step back from public duties” a few days later but remains under pressure to cooperate with United States authorities still investigating the Epstein case.







Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, KCVO, ADC(P) (Henry Charles Albert David; born 15 September 1984) is a member of the British royal family. He is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales, and is sixth in the line of succession to the British throne. He was officially styled Prince Henry of Wales from birth until his marriage, but is known as Prince Harry.

Harry was educated at schools in the United Kingdom and spent parts of his gap year in Australia and Lesotho. He then underwent officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He was commissioned as a cornet (i.e. second lieutenant) into the Blues and Royals, serving temporarily with his brother, Prince William, and completed his training as a troop leader. In 2007–08, he served for over ten weeks in Helmand, Afghanistan, but was pulled out after an Australian magazine revealed his presence there. He returned to Afghanistan for a 20-week deployment in 2012–13 with the Army Air Corps. He left the army in June 2015.

Harry launched the Invictus Games in 2014 and remains patron of its Foundation. He also gives patronage to several other organisations, including the HALO Trust, the London Marathon Charitable Trust, and Walking With The Wounded. On 19 May 2018, he married the American actress Meghan Markle. Hours before the wedding, his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II conferred on him the title Duke of Sussex.






The ruling King or Queen of England is responsible for appointing a Government that will provide an effective administration for her subjects. This is a difficult task as you might imagine with so many factors to take into account, such as vested interests that conflict with what might otherwise be the efficient running of the land.


One of the main problems within the United kingdom, apart from the relatively high taxes, is the institutionalised corruption that is widespread in the police and councils as reported in the newspapers and other websites. The problem is so ingrained that we wonder if Her Majesty and her children simply tolerate the present level of malfeasance, despite the fact that such crimes carry a maximum life sentence - as prosecutions are notable by their absence. We imagine that the Royal Family do what they might in constrained circumstances, to steer our Prime Ministers on their challenging journeys, but is that enough?


The Prime Minister is ultimately responsible for reporting to the monarch as to the effectiveness of the appointed administration. The objective is to provide an efficient country where each subject may enjoy a life free of slavery and oppression, presumably in line with United Nations sustainability objectives. Also meeting the objectives of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Where the Commonwealth plays an important role and should lead by example as a player on the world stage.


Injustice to any citizen is an indicator of the performance of the state, multiples of which accumulate when remedy is denied, which denial sends incorrect signals to local authorities as to operational parameters that will be tolerated, to include the existence and encouragement of secret societies and agendas such as those of the masons and others, where for example, royal patronage may be involved.








Andrew Duke of York



Anne Princess Royal



Autumn Phillips



Beatrice of York



Camilla Duchess Cornwall



Catherine Duchess Cambridge



Charles Prince Wales



Charlotte of Cambridge



Dianna Princess Wales



Edward Earl Essex



Eugenie of York



Elizabeth Majesty Queen



George of Cambridge



Harry Duke Sussex



Isla Phillips



Jack Brooksbank



James Viscount Severn



Lena Tindall



 Louis of Cambridge



 Louise Lady Windsor



Mark Captain Phillips



 Meghan Duchess Sussex



Mia Grace Tindall



Mike Tindall



Peter Phillips



 Philip Duke Edinburgh



Sarah Duchess York



Savannah Phillips



 Sophie Countess Wessex



 Timothy Laurence V. Admiral



William Duke Cambridge



Zara Tindall










Succession to the British throne is determined by descent, sex (for people born before October 2011), legitimacy, and religion. Under common law, the Crown is inherited by a sovereign's children or by a childless sovereign's nearest collateral line. The Bill of Rights 1689 and the Act of Settlement 1701 restrict succession to the throne to the legitimate Protestant descendants of Sophia of Hanover that are in "communion with the Church of England". Spouses of Roman Catholics were disqualified from 1689 until the law was amended in 2015. Protestant descendants of those excluded for being Roman Catholics are eligible.

Queen Elizabeth II is the sovereign, and her heir apparent is her eldest son, Charles, Prince of Wales. Next in line after him is Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, the Prince of Wales's elder son. Third in line is Prince George, the eldest child of the Duke of Cambridge, followed by his sister, Princess Charlotte and younger brother, Prince Louis. Sixth in line is Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, the younger son of the Prince of Wales. Under the Perth Agreement, which came into effect in 2015, only the first six in line of succession require the sovereign's consent before they marry; without such consent, they and their children would be disqualified from succession.

The first four individuals in the line of succession who are over 21, and the sovereign's consort, may be appointed Counsellors of State. Counsellors of State perform some of the sovereign's duties in the United Kingdom while he or she is out of the country or temporarily incapacitated. Otherwise, individuals in the line of succession need not have specific legal or official roles.


The United Kingdom is one of the 16 Commonwealth realms. Each of those countries has the same person as monarch and the same order of succession. In 2011, the prime ministers of the realms agreed unanimously to adopt a common approach to amending the rules on the succession to their respective Crowns so that absolute primogeniture would apply for persons born after the date of the agreement, instead of male-preference primogeniture, and the ban on marriages to Roman Catholics would be lifted, but the monarch would still need to be in communion with the Church of England. After the necessary legislation had been enacted in accordance with each realm's constitution, the changes took effect on 26 March 2015.



















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