I posted an article back in April 2009 titled ‘The JollyPrince and 99 months’ – here’s an excerpt from that post: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8021450.stm / Prince Charles has addressed Italy's lower house of Parliament where he said there were now just 99 months to save the world from environmental disaster. He said that the world was like the Titanic, heading towards a melting iceberg. Prince Charles has also met Pope Benedict XVI as part of a two-day visit to Italy.
Seems like the jolly Prince has upped the tone of his warnings as he assumes headship of the World Wildlife Fund (the WWF). Another elite telling us that the world is running out of everything – food, water, land etc. etc. etc. He’s telling all his subjects to CONSUME LESS; well prince, how about you show the way and start living in a hut in Amazon since you love the planet so much? How about turning off the thousands of light bulbs and dozens of Air conditioning units in Buckingham Palace? How about riding on a horse instead of in a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce? No the real purpose of these harangues is to promote the myth of overpopulation! The elites want to eliminate a few billion people and wouldn’t it be perfect if the ‘useless eaters’ can be blamed for their own demise on their over-consumption? After all isn’t eating one meal a day sufficient for the serfs? How dare they expect to eat twice a day and God forbid that they should ask for a roof over their heads?
I am sure the prince and his ilk will be cheerleaders as plagues and contagions and wars and climate disasters ravage the planet and kill millions or more in the process. It is highly probable that the prince will get his wish in the not too distant future but not for the reasons he would have us believe!
Mankind faces extinction, the Prince of Wales has warned, unless humans transform our lifestyles to stop mass consumption, run away climate change and destruction of wildlife.
In his first speech as the new President of the Worldwide Wildlife Fund (WWF) UK, Prince Charles suggested 'surviving ourselves' should be a priority.
Referring to himself as “an endangered species”, he warned that the world is already in the “sixth extinction event”, with species dying out at a much faster rate than at any time since the death of most of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
Despite campaigning for years on global warming, he said climate change was not the only problem but merely speeding up the “rapacious” destruction of natural resources like water, land and food that humans need to survive.
The Prince said if the world carries on “business as usual” then the human race itself could be in danger.
“We are, of course, witnessing what some people call the sixth great extinction event – the continued erosion of much of the Earth’s vital biodiversity caused by a whole host of pressures, from the rising demand for land to the corrosive effects of all kinds of pollution," he said.