When I read stuff like this, I really understand why my ancestors left England:
It is understood that Prince Charles did not - and does not - believe that the actions of 19 hijackers should tarnish the reputation of hundreds of millions of law-abiding Muslims around the world.
Khalid Mahmood, the Labour MP for Birmingham Perry Bar, was also at the meeting at St James's Palace. "His criticism of America was a general one of the Americans not having the appreciation we have for Islam and its culture," he said.
I'd say we have more than enough appreciation for Islam and it's culture after 9/11, Afganistan and Iraq. I'm all for religious tolerance and cultural understanding, especially towards those who do not wish me dead either because of my religion or lack thereof. I don't think the problem is our lack of understanding towards Islam. I think the problem is that Islam does not appreciate our culture and pretty much will not tolerate the presence of other religions in it's midst.
The Prince also spoke of his sympathy for America after the terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of almost 3,000 people.
Gosh, your Highness. That's damn white of you to say so. I'm sure the Israelis will have your sympathy when a nuclear armed Iran tries to wipe them off the map, right? Because it's all about peace, love and understanding.
Remember, this man is going to be the next King of England. I truly pity the British. They've all but joined the new Caliphate.
England, since the conquest, hath known some few good monarchs, but groaned beneath a much larger number of bad ones, yet no man in his senses can say that their claim under William the Conqueror is a very honorable one. A French bastard landing with an armed banditti, and establishing himself king of England against the consent of the natives, is in plain terms a very paltry rascally original. It certainly hath no divinity in it. However, it is needless to spend much time in exposing the folly of hereditary right, if there are any so weak as to believe it, let them promiscuously worship the ass and lion, and welcome. I shall neither copy their humility, nor disturb their devotion.
Of Monarchy and Hereditary Succession
Common Sense 1776