Prince Charles on Islam and the “Jewish Lobby”

Prince Charles suggested ‘influx of foreign Jews’ was partly to blame for Middle East unrest and asked who will take on ‘Jewish lobby’ in America in letter to close friend

Prince Charles was fiercely criticised last night after it emerged he once urged the US to ‘take on the Jewish lobby’ – and blamed ‘the influx of foreign Jews’ for causing unrest in the Middle East.

The Mail on Sunday can reveal the incendiary comments are contained in a letter in which the Prince lays bare his thoughts on one of the world’s most bloody disputes.

Writing to his close friend Laurens van der Post in 1986, the Prince makes a startling assessment of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

He argues it was the exodus of European Jews in the middle of the last century that ‘helped to cause the great problems’.

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  • DMB
    • Sorry Prince Charming!

      The real problem is Islamic theology.

      Sahih Bukhari (52:177) – Allah’s Apostle said, “The Hour will not be established until you fight with the Jews, and the stone behind which a Jew will be hiding will say. “O Muslim! There is a Jew hiding behind me, so kill him.”

  • Wow. Once again one discovers how unintelligent this prince, Charles, really is. He really got this issue analyzed all wrong. It shows you can be (relatively) rich and (relatively) powerful, and yet lack brains.

  • marty_p

    The UK is finished – “Great Britain” is now “Little England” with Londonstan as its capital.
    Of course the Royal Family are anti-Semites:
    Descended from Germanic roots.
    Past royalty were admirers of Hitler
    Charles is an Arabist (We’ve all seen photos of Charles ass kissing Arabs).
    No royal has made an “official” visit to Israel but have made official state visits to every despotic Arab shithole on the map.

    I hope Elizabeth II lives to 120 – every day she lives is one more day Charles has to look in the mirror while shaving & mutter “Die already”.

    • Jaedo Drax

      It would be better if HRH chose one of her grandsons to follow her.

    • laja kurc

      Charles did go to Israel last year to attend Pere’s funeral. While he was there he quietly visited the grave of his paternal grandmother who was buried in a convent in East Jerusalem. Israel had named her a “righteous gentile” for saving Jews during WWII. It was not an official visit.

  • felis gracilis

    Really, what can be expected from someone whose revealed fantasy is to be a tampon. Whatever intelligence he may once have had has been gradually dissolved in the post-modern poison in which he has been infused all his life.
    Elizabeth II; long may she reign!

    • Tampon – touché!

      • simus1

        Tampons are haram according to all the top “muslim theologians”.

        • But becoming a full-time tampon is okay!

  • ismiselemeas

    Chuck needs to go back to the paddling pool where he belongs. Between homeopathy, offshore slush funds and his ties to Middle Eastern royal poseurs he doesn’t have the intellectual capacity to understand how stupidly ludacris his positions are. What he fails to mention, of course, is the expulsion of almost every ethnic Jewish community from the ME, North Africa and Central Asia , THEIR historic homelands, by the very forces he’s colluding with.

  • BillyHW

    Inbreds stick together.

  • vwVwwVwv

    Prince?
    The guy is a German from the house of Hanover
    and he has a bead viwe on Polish Jews. It reminds me of something, can’t recall…?

  • Martin B

    “I must be naive, I suppose!”

    Now there’s some old-fashioned English understatement for you.

  • Maggat

    Naive?? No, simply put you are a fucking asshole!

  • canminuteman

    Yes muslims are crazy and yes muslims hate jews, but it is hard to argue the fact that moving millions of European jews to the middle east was not gong to have some impact. Moving millions of arabs to Europe is having an impact, how could you argue that moving people the other way would not?

    • caliroxanne

      Believe it or not, but Jews and Israel are not the problem. If there were no Jews in Israel, the Muslims would be going at it with each other and any non-Muslims they could find. Sorry, but the oppression and slaughter of Christians in the Mid East has nothing to do with Jews. In fact Israel is the one place in Arabia where Christianity is safe. Muslims slaughtering Christians throughout Muslim Africa has nothing to do with Israel or Jews. Muslim problems with non-Muslims in China, Thailand, India, former Soviet Union and pretty much everywhere, can’t be blamed on Jews and Israel. Look at a map and anywhere you have Muslims, you have problems. If anything, Israel is an island of stability. Charles can blame Jews and Israel all he wants, but the multiple acts of Islamic terrorism throughout the U.K. and Europe are because of Islam, not Israel.

      • canminuteman

        You’re right. If the jews weren’t there they would find someone else to kill, but they are there, so they try to kill them.

        • caliroxanne

          They kill Christians, other non-Muslims. Sadam, Assad, ISIS, Iran, Saudis, etc. have each individually killed more Muslims and Chrisitans so what Charles states in his letter is factually untrue. Any instability in the region is independent of Israel and would exist even if Israel didn’t.

      • I agree, except for the words “Israel is the one place in Arabia…”! Israel is not in Arabia. Arabia and Israel are in the ME. 🙂

        • caliroxanne

          I should have worded that differently, perhaps using the word “region” or as you pointed out “M.E.”

    • Alain

      “Moving millions of European Jews to the middle east”? Excuse me, but every effort was made to prevent Jews attempting to escape the death camps from entering what became Israel. Also, there has always been a Jewish presence in what is now the state of Israel. Last, there were at least an equal number of Jews, if not more, fleeing Muslim countries where they had resided for generations, and seeking refuge in Israel than the number of Arabs who departed from the newly formed state of Israel. The idea that there were no Jews in the area until the creation of Israel is one big lie. Furthermore, I may add that the West also did everything in its power, especially Brtain, to ensure that the Jews living there remained unarmed while knowing that the Arabs were fully armed and planned a full out attack. Don’t give me the Muslim claim and lie that it was the arrival of Jews that caused the conflict.

      • canminuteman

        You think creating a new country in the rubble of the Ottoman Empire could have somehow be made to happen with no repercussions at all?

        • Alain

          You mean like the creation of Trans-Jordan, now Jordan, and other Muslim Arab countries? The Jews are the only ones who have a true, well documented even outside of the Bible, claim to their land. The Arabs have no such historical claim and certainly no Muslim has a claim. But again I repeat that what has become Isreal was never without a Jewish population; the only difference being that they like other non Muslims were constantly under attack by the invading Muslims. What changed however has been that those Jews were finally allowed the possibility to defend themselves and not be subjected to Muslims. As a final note on the subject, I object to anyone pushing the idea that it is the presence of Israel and/or Jews that is responsible for this conflict. There is no place where Muslims have entered that they have not caused conflict.

          • canminuteman

            I don’t disagree with anything you say, but how did people think it was going to work out? Did they think it was going to be different than it is? What do you propose as a solution? Israel isn’t going? This is the way things are and there is nothing we can do about it.

            And saying that it was right to create a jewish state in the middle east because there was one in biblical times is just plain stupid. A thousand years ago my people were likely from Denmark, but that doesn’t give 5 million Englishmen the right to move back Denmark and set up a new state or expat Englishmen of Danish ancestry.

          • The Danes left Denmark voluntarily as invaders of Britain and other places. The Jews (Judeans) were forcibly expelled from Israel by the Romans; most of them did not choose to go, and were prevented from returning (by Rome and later many other invaders). So, it is not a good analogy.

            If your house is invaded and you are forced to leave it and prevented from returning to it, it does not cease to be your house, and there is no statute of limitations on your ownership of it, even if other thieves (the Arabs) came into it in the meantime. That is a better analogy, I’d say.

          • canminuteman

            I concede the point. But 2000 years ago the Romans beat the Jews, and a lot of other people besides. If we tried to redraw the map of the world so that all the people the Romans beat got their land back, there would be total chaos.

          • For sure. But you must realize that the Jewish people’s saga is a special case, seeing as we were wandering Jews for these 2000 years, never accepted really wherever we were. In Europe, Jews only gained some recognition as equal human beings with Napoleon. Then they began to be emancipated throughout Western Europe (including Germany) through the 19th Cent. But even then, it was not easy, as e.g. the Dreyfus Affair in France illustrates. Then, of course, came the Holocaust, courtesy of Nazi Germany. So it has been an open wound for a long time, and don’t forget that both the Society of Nations and then the United Nations voted for Israeli statehood. So it was not a revolutionary act, but one supported by many in the world.

          • canminuteman

            I agree with all that, but if you go back and look at the post that started this whole thread, you will likely see that we are really not in disagreement.

          • Yes, I read all your posts. What you said was that the conflict was inevitable. And that is true, given the people involved on all sides. But the Israelis, those truly Zionist, are not afraid of the obstacles. Actually, I’d say these obstacles have strengthened them. They were soft diaspora Jews, and they became warriors and doers. So there’s a good side to the conflict. Good things have to be earned, and the Israelis are earning their country every day.

  • tom_billesley

    Laurens Van der Post, who fathered a child with a girl of 14.
    He was a self-aggrandizing fantasist.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/4725722/The-guru-who-got-away-with-it.html

  • Hard Little Machine

    Jew hate is woven into the DNA of the House of Windsor

    • WalterBannon

      the House of Douche

  • Solo712

    Charles, you’re not being naive, you just can’t hide your fricking Teutonic twitch! The Windsors should have retained their original family name. Hell, George V. used to wear a German uniform, and Edward VIII – the fornicator-abdicator – was nothing if not a Nazi spy.

  • vwVwwVwv
    • There is no Palestinian-Arab people.

      • vwVwwVwv

        Yes there isen’t.

  • caliroxanne

    Thank you, George Washington!!! I am so glad as an American I don’t have to honor this douche bag and all the royals, for that matter! Sorry, no offense to my Canadian friends, but don’t you want true independence?

    • laja kurc

      No, Canadians never wanted independence.

      • simus1

        G Washington was a tower of strength in wartime adversity and a great leader and molder of disparate factions while minimizing peacetime squabbling.
        He was also a welsher on his private debts to London bankers and a mega thief when it came to stealing tribal land.
        Nobody’s perfect.

      • J. C.

        That’s why we’re ruled by Socialist douchebags… ;-(

  • simus1

    We need to opt for a presidential head of state soonest.

    • Clausewitz

      Only if it includes impeachment legislation.

    • We need to elect someone other than the destructive Muslim mole Justin Trudeau, that’s what we need to do.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    Maybe it is time for Canada to chuck the monarchy.

  • Alain

    There is a well establised pattern across Europe and it is that the elite have traditionally been anti-Semitic whatever the country. The common folk a whole lot less if at all. Examples exists in the UK, France, Spain, Italty and elsewhere. I do not pretend to understand the reason, only that I know it to be true. During the Holocaust it was always the common folk who risked their lives to rescue and harbour Jews; never the elite. The House of Windsor is no exception. Otherwise why has the Queen herself never agreed to visit Israel even in her younger days. I say that even though otherwise I have the greatest respect for Her Mastesty herself.

    • I’d say, anti-Semitism exists in many classes and estates. It is a very complex phenomenon, with a variety of motives.