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There are 4 comments on What King Charles’ Cancer Could Mean for the Royal Family

  1. It comes down to whether Charles will have a momentary reign as King and ultimately, if he should ever be noted as a “Token Gesture” as his mother, Elizabeth, dwelled far too long on the throne? Thus, she condemned her son, by default, to a very short and inglorious reign as mothing more than the “Harbinger” to the eventual dissolvement of The British Monarchy? William is no better than his father as neither are Leaders in any manner and form. Once Elizabeth died, the Monarch ended. What is left is the “Doucement” of Charles and his Offspring. There is no future because there is only the present – and the present – has no future. The Monarchy is allowed to continue by “Parliament” because it brings in millions and millions of tourist tax dollars. Its existence is predicated on finance not contributions. The Monarch is “Effete” and “Anachronistic”! Charles probably has Prostate Cancer or a cancerous Polyp? He will be maintained just as Elizabeth was both. It is already over?

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