Friday, 13 March 2009

The Queen And The Two Princes

post numbr 239

It is truly a Historic day. The Queen, Princes Charles and William all played active rolls in a show of sheer symbolism:

First, Prince Charles came out and spoke on the environment. He warned of global warming and drew reference to the plight of the Amazon rain forest. Quite scary outburst, really, but I nevertheless welcome the Prince’s bold statement as a future foundation when he too may be ruling by decree just as his mother is now under my stewardship as the team leader, earth projects.

However, I encourage HRH to join the crew of Professors Phillip Allen, Bjorn Lomborg and team in mapping out my ground zero on the environment.

Then Her Majesty the Queen came out in the Cheltenham Festival to be with the public for the first time since her days as Princess Elizabeth, the heir to the throne.

Then it was the turn of Prince William who was for the time able to express his grief in public on the memories of his mother when he said that to him mentioning the word mummy rings a hollow tone. He should have no more worries because I am on the case and all will be revealed about his mother sooner than he thinks.

Mohammad Karim Ahmadzai,
Team Leader, Earth Projects


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