Prince Charles has used an interview on Radio 2’s The Sunday Hour this morning to speak of his “real worry” that radical Islam is buggering up the Middle East more emphatically than the Kardashians are screwing the very concept of reality.
Charles, who has been raised from birth to believe that he will one day be Defender of the Faith and crowned king by the Archbishop of Canterbury in Westminster Abbey, lamented the “distortions that are made of the great religions.”
He then demonstrated the full limit of his insight by saying, “and the tragedy is even greater because Christians have been in the Middle East for 2,000 years, before Islam came in the 8th Century,” before sadly not adding “and as a member of the Royal Family I know all about taking things that aren’t mine. My ancestors were brilliant at it.”
The Prince concluded the interview by saying of radical Islam that “you cannot just sweep it under the carpet” before looking embarrassed and confessing that he’s not up on broom technology and always rings for a servant whenever there’s sweeping to be done.