Is Prince Charles willfully blind? Or evil?


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LOL: Prince Charles declares “let’s remember Mohammed on Christmas”

By Pamela Geller

Is Prince Charles willfully blind? Or evil?

While speaking on the British radio show “Thought for the Day,” the future King of Britain, Prince Charles, said that Christians should be more mindful of Islam and Muhammad during the holidays.

Christians are quite mindful of Muhammad and Islam during the Christmas season. Tis the season of jihad, rivaled only by Ramadan in the spike in Islamic terror attacks. Yes, Prince Charles, Christians remember Muhammad while their churches are burned, their children kidnapped and forcibly converted and their villages burned — all in the cause of Allah.

We remember Muhammad at the Christmas markets that were attacked, the Christmas parties in San Bernardino, the canceled Christmas festivals, and in Berlin, who could forget? We remember Muhammad when we see the concrete barriers, the hole in the NYC skyline, the endless travel lines, the security protocols just to get into a NYC building — oh, yes, we remember Muhammad.

What an intellectual ape this Prince has turned out to be. Let’s pray the Queen had some good sense left and skips a generation when crowing the next King.

Victims of the bloody jihad attack on an employee Christmas party in San Bernardino

PRINCE CHARLES: THIS CHRISTMAS… LET’S NOT FORGET TO REMEMBER PROPHET MUHAMMAD
By Justin Holcomb, Town Hall, December 5, 2017: (thanks to Larry Estavan)
WHILE SPEAKING ON THE BRITISH RADIO SHOW “THOUGHT FOR THE DAY,” THE FUTURE KING OF BRITAIN, PRINCE CHARLES, SAID THAT CHRISTIANS SHOULD BE MORE MINDFUL OF ISLAM AND MUHAMMAD DURING THE HOLIDAYS.
“NORMALLY AT CHRISTMAS WE THINK OF THE BIRTH OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. I WONDER THOUGH IF THIS YEAR WE MIGHT REMEMBER HOW THE STORY OF THE NATIVITY UNFOLDS, WITH THE FLEEING OF THE HOLY FAMILY TO ESCAPE VIOLENT PERSECUTION. AND WE MIGHT ALSO REMEMBER THAT WHEN THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD MIGRATED FROM MECCA TO MEDINA HE WAS SEEKING THE FREEDOM FOR HIMSELF AND HIS FOLLOWERS TO WORSHIP.
Whichever religious path we follow, the destination is the same – to value and respect the other person, accepting their right to live out their peaceful response to the love of God,” he said.

The Prince also compared Brexit and other pro-border movements to European Fascism in the 1930s:

“We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive towards those who adhere to a minority faith. All of this has deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s,” he said.