A report by Stella L. Jatras:
A London Sunday Telegraph report of March 4 questioned Prince Charles’ fitness to be king. The report stated that the “Prince stands accused of being ‘too political’ and of ‘meddling’ in the affairs of state in a documentary from Channel 4.”
Besides Prince Charles’ dispute with television bosses, there are far more serious reasons to question “Charlie’s fitness to be king.”
If Bonnie Prince Charlie were ever to become king of England, it would be his duty, as it has been for centuries for former kings and queens, that he remain Keeper of the [Anglican] Faith. However, he has indicated that should he become king, he would then become “Keeper of the Faiths.” Charles stated several years ago that there should be more Islamic studies in British schools. Words similar to those were spoken by former Secretary of State Colin Powell when he said that the United States should bring in more clergy, more teachers, and more journalists from Islamic countries.
Little notice was given when the Queen accommodated a Muslim female gift shop employee by designating an Islamic prayer room at Windsor Castle. Some years ago, there was a demonstration in front of British Parliament with signs that read, “Islam, our religion today; your religion tomorrow.” The Guardian in 2001 reported that the demonstrators boasted, “We will replace the Bible with the Koran in Britain.” This extraordinary possibility is not far fetched when you consider the following:
A 1997 Middle East Quarterly article titled “Prince Charles of Arabia,” by Ronni L. Gordon and David M. Stillman, looked at evidence that Britain’s Prince Charles might be a secret convert to Islam. They sifted through his public statements (defending Islamic law, praising the status of Muslim women, seeing in Islam a solution for Britain’s ailments) and actions (setting up a panel of twelve “wise men” to advise him on Islamic religion and culture), and concluded that “should Charles persist in his admiration of Islam and defamation of his own culture,” his accession to the throne will indeed usher in a “different kind of monarchy.
Prince Charles is not the only possible convert to Islam among Britain’s upper classes. As reported in The Sunday Times of 22 Feb. 2004, some of the country’s top landowners and celebrities, as well as the offspring of senior Establishment figures, have embraced Islam after becoming disillusioned with Western values. Radiance Viewsweekly also reported that “Jonathan Birt, the son of Lord Birt, and Emma Clark, the granddaughter of former liberal Prime Minister Herbert Asquith, are only two of 14,000 mostly-elite white Britons who have reverted to Islam.”
Bruce Bawer’s book While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West From Within claims that well before 2050, most of Europe is likely to become an outpost of Islam, governed by Sharia. In a childish display of appeasement, one bank in Britain even banned piggy banks so as not to offend Muslims.
Yet despite the London bombing by Muslim terrorists on 7 July 2005, which hit London’s public transport system during rush hours and killed 52 commuters, there are today no efforts to confront the impact of a growing and restive Muslim population in Britain. Today, there are more practicing Muslims in Britain today than there are practicing Anglicans.
To the Brits I say, “if we do not defeat these Muslim extremists, the jihadist enemy that is trying to destroy us, you, too, will be involuntarily praying five times a day to Mecca, and your women will be veiled in Londonistan.”
Charles’ fitness questioned to be king — see: http://www.washingtontimes.com/world/20070303-105035-4165r.htm
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth gives orders to allow room at Windsor Castle to be used by Muslim employee as a prayer zone during the holy month of Ramadan — see: http://khloud.wordpress.com/2006/10/03/muslim-prayer-zone-in-windsor-castle/
Prince Charles Promotes Islam to President Bush — see: http://www.truthformuslims.com/articles/marion_2006_02_prince_charles_promotes_islam.htm
Prince Charles in Islamic dress — see: http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/119