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Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- Off To Iraq
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D. Spencer Hines
2007-02-23 07:32:19 UTC
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Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.

DSH
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Harry is ordered to the front line

22.02.07
Evening Standard

Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.

The 22-year-old Army officer will command an armoured patrol on a six-month
tour of duty after winning his battle to serve alongside his fellow
soldiers.

Harry, who had threatened to quit if he was not allowed to join his men on
the front line, will become the first member of the Royal Family to serve in
a war zone since Prince Andrew in the Falklands war 25 years ago.

The final decision to put the third in line to the throne in harm's way came
after months of agonised debate between the Ministry of Defence and the
royal household. Palace sources said the Queen had given her "whole-hearted
support" to her grandson's deployment.

But while Harry's courage was lauded yesterday, there were concerns that
insurgents will flock to southern Iraq in the hope of capturing him as a
"trophy".

Islamic extremists warned his presence could provoke a backlash from British
Muslims against the Royal Family.

Ralph Wykes-Sneyd, Prince Andrew's commanding officer in the Falklands War,
said the Argentine military junta had plotted to capture Andrew "and parade
him through the streets of Buenos Aires" in 1982.

He feared Harry would be in even greater danger. "He is a man of some
celebrity. You offer up some trophy factor," he said.

Referring to Prince Andrew's service as a Navy helicopter pilot, he added:
"There is a difference between sea operations and land operations. At sea
you fight a war at much more distance from the enemy. You're much less
likely to end up in the enemy's hands. That is not the case on land."

The Ministry of Defence also had to take into account the possibility that
Harry's presence in Iraq would increase the risk to his fellow soldiers, who
have wryly nicknamed him "bullet magnet".

Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Richard Dannatt, gave the final
go-ahead to send Harry into action after consultations with the royal
household and senior Government ministers.

The MoD confirmed that Harry's unit, "A" Squadron of the Blues and Royals,
is among those going to Iraq from April, and that he will carry out a
"normal troop commander's role".

In a statement jointly issued with Clarence House, the MoD said the decision
to send Harry had been "a military one".

Senior royal sources told the Mail that while the Queen was concerned for
his safety, her belief in the importance of duty meant that "if the Army say
they want him there, Harry has her wholehearted support".

Asked what he thought about Prince Harry going to Iraq, Tony Blair told the
BBC: "I think it is very typical of him. He is a very brave young man who
wants to be part of his regiment and part of the Army. It shows a very
special character on his part."

Cornet Wales, as he is known in the Army, will lead a troop of 12 men from
the Blues and Royals in four Scimitar light tanks, carrying out long-range
desert patrols.

Primarily responsible for surveillance and intelligence-gathering, the
Prince's men are likely to operate well away from towns, using their
mobility to keep watch on enemy movements across wide swathes of southern
Iraq's remote deserts.

The nature of his work in Iraq will minimise the danger of him being
identified by insurgents.

The MoD and Clarence house issued an unprecedented appeal for a news
blackout once Harry arrives in Iraq - and for an end to any discussions
about his unit's likely location.

His tour of duty is expected to test the strength of his relationship with
girlfriend Chelsy Davy.

However the couple are likely to be reunited when Harry returns to Britain
on leave in July. He will also be back in August for the pop concert and
memorial service to mark the 10th anniversary of his mother's death.

It will also mean an abrupt end to the hectic socialising for which he has
been criticised in recent months.

Major Charles Heyman, editor of the British Army Guide, said: "Young
soldiers think it's brilliant that a member of the Royal Family will share
their hardships and dangers. It has a really good knock-on effect on morale
right across the armed forces.

"This is a young prince - a man in a privileged position - saying "I'm going
to do my duty, the same as ordinary soldiers do".

"It shows the Royal Family has a real stake in the armed forces, not just
ceremonial roles."

Harry had threatened to quit the Army if he was not allowed to serve in
battle, saying last year: "There's no way I'm going to put myself through
Sandhurst and then sit on my arse back home while my boys are out fighting
for their country."

One friend said: "He is desperate to be treated as one of the lads. He would
have felt totally humiliated if he had not been sent with the rest of his
men."

Another source within his regiment said: "I would say Harry is over the
moon. He joined the regiment to do what the regiment does."

But while the news was well received among his fellow soldiers, there were
warnings of wider implications for the Royal Family.

Omar Bakri Mohammed, the former British-based firebrand Islamic preacher
living in exile in Beirut, said radical Muslims in Britain would regard
Harry's deployment as "a provocation".

"I don't know why Prince Harry isn't sensitive enough to realise that this
will hurt the feelings of a lot of Muslims in Iraq and Great Britain," he
said.

"In Britain it will be seen as provocation because he represents the Queen,
the monarchy and the Church of England and that link could provoke Muslim
youths."

Bakri's British representative Anjem Choudary warned that the announcement
"did not bode well" for the Royal Family, although he stopped short of
predicting terrorist plots against them.

"The Queen talks about shared values between all religions, but her grandson
is going to be occupying a Muslim country. It doesn't bode well for the
Royal Family," he said.

The extremist website Ahl us-Sunnah wal- Jamaa'ah Muntadaa yesterday carried
a report on Harry's deployment headlined: "Prince Harry will be sent to Iraq
to kill Muslims."
Brian Sharrock
2007-02-23 08:56:58 UTC
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Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
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Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;

<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neubank123.xml
<extract>

The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."

</extract>
--
Brian
Renia
2007-02-23 13:13:42 UTC
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Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neubank123.xml
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-23 13:17:38 UTC
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Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
William Black
2007-02-23 13:54:44 UTC
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Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
The Greek royal family is Swedish.

The British royal family is German.

The Spencer family was originally Norman.

You work it all out.
--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
Renia
2007-02-23 14:09:28 UTC
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Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
The Greek royal family is Swedish.
Danish.
Post by William Black
The British royal family is German.
Prince Albert was German. He died 150 years ago.
Post by William Black
The Spencer family was originally Norman.
That was 1,000 years ago.
Post by William Black
You work it all out.
And are you British, by your own criteria? The frustration of your
ancestry cries out in your posts.
William Black
2007-02-23 14:12:37 UTC
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Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
The Greek royal family is Swedish.
Danish.
Post by William Black
The British royal family is German.
Prince Albert was German. He died 150 years ago.
Post by William Black
The Spencer family was originally Norman.
That was 1,000 years ago.
Post by William Black
You work it all out.
And are you British, by your own criteria? The frustration of your
ancestry cries out in your posts.
Goodness you're dense.

Nobody's British.

There aren't any 'British'.

The Romans and the Vikings and lots of others killed them all.

We're all mongrels.

That's the point.

It doesn't matter.
--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
Renia
2007-02-23 14:37:54 UTC
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Post by William Black
Post by Renia
Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
The Greek royal family is Swedish.
Danish.
Post by William Black
The British royal family is German.
Prince Albert was German. He died 150 years ago.
Post by William Black
The Spencer family was originally Norman.
That was 1,000 years ago.
Post by William Black
You work it all out.
And are you British, by your own criteria? The frustration of your
ancestry cries out in your posts.
Goodness you're dense.
Nobody's British.
There aren't any 'British'.
The Romans and the Vikings and lots of others killed them all.
We're all mongrels.
That's the point.
It doesn't matter.
Precisely. So why do you make an issue of it?
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:09:57 UTC
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
||||||| <extract>
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||||||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down
||||||| Whitehall in a lorry
||||||| bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your
||||||| catastrophic
||||||| illegal war to make it look plausible."
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|||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
|||||| if they can kill a potential future King of England.
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||||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
|||||
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|||| The Greek royal family is Swedish.
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||| Danish.
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|||| The British royal family is German.
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||| Prince Albert was German. He died 150 years ago.
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|||| The Spencer family was originally Norman.
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||| That was 1,000 years ago.
|||
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|||| You work it all out.
|||
||| And are you British, by your own criteria? The frustration of your
||| ancestry cries out in your posts.
||
|| Goodness you're dense.
||
|| Nobody's British.
||
|| There aren't any 'British'.
||
|| The Romans and the Vikings and lots of others killed them all.
||
|| We're all mongrels.
||
|| That's the point.
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|| It doesn't matter.
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It matters not however,

The Romans were of no proportion as regard the native population. They
employed Germans in the legions who tipped off their families back home to
make their move into Britain when Rome called the legions home. The Celts
who lived here were not that different from the Angles, Jute's, Saxons who
invaded. They in turn were very similar to the Danes and later Norman's who
would invade. They all mixed and I would hold that the British are not
really the mongrels that people often state that they are.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:03:08 UTC
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Renia wrote:
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||||||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
||||||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
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|||||| big snip of Hines quoting;
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|||||| <headline>
|||||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
|||||| <extract>
|||||
|||||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down
|||||| Whitehall in a lorry
|||||| bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your
|||||| catastrophic
|||||| illegal war to make it look plausible."
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||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
||||| if they can kill a potential future King of England.
||||
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|||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
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||| The Greek royal family is Swedish.
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|| Danish.
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||| The British royal family is German.
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|| Prince Albert was German. He died 150 years ago.
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||
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||| The Spencer family was originally Norman.
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|| That was 1,000 years ago.
||
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||| You work it all out.
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|| And are you British, by your own criteria? The frustration of your
|| ancestry cries out in your posts.

If you ask me young Henry is the spitting image of that famous rake Major
James Hewitt.

Loading Image...
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
Renia
2007-02-24 00:21:19 UTC
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If you ask me young Henry is the spitting image of that famous rake Major
James Hewitt.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/media/images/38269000/jpg/_38269492_hewitt300.jpg
Well, looking at the pix you provided:

The eyes are totally different. Hewitt's are much bigger than Harry's.
The mouths are totally different. Hewitt has a full top lip, Harry has a
full lower lip. The noses are different. Harry's has more of a point.
Harry has a far pointier chin than Hewitt. I see no similarity
whatsoever between these two pix, myself.
John Kane
2007-02-24 21:09:48 UTC
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Post by William Black
The British royal family is German.
Prince Albert was German. He died 150 years ago.
And Hanover is where? You're forgetting the first Georges.

John Kane, Kingston ON Canada

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2007-02-23 21:23:47 UTC
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Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
The Greek royal family is Swedish.
The British royal family is German.
The Spencer family was originally Norman.
You work it all out.
It's quite simple.
The British Royal family is German.
and The Greek Royal Family is Swedish,
only because The Russian Royal Family was Latin.
Post by William Black
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William Black
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea- Hide quoted text -
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The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 21:39:27 UTC
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||||||| Harry is ordered to the front line
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||||||| Evening Standard
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||||||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
||||||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
|||
|||||| big snip of Hines quoting;
|||
|||||| <headline>
|||||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
|||||| </headline>
||||||
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
|||||| <extract>
|||
|||||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down
|||||| Whitehall in a lorry
|||||| bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your
|||||| catastrophic
|||||| illegal war to make it look plausible."
|||
|||||| </extract>
|||
||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
||||| if they can kill a potential future King of England.
|||
|||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
|||
||| The Greek royal family is Swedish.
|||
||| The British royal family is German.
|||
||| The Spencer family was originally Norman.
|||
||| You work it all out.
||
|| It's quite simple.
|| The British Royal family is German.
|| and The Greek Royal Family is Swedish,
|| only because The Russian Royal Family was Latin.

You wouldn't happen to know why the Romanoffs spoke in French amongst
themselves would you ?

Or would you know if it was true ?
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
D. Spencer Hines
2007-02-23 22:33:55 UTC
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The Russian royalty and nobility did usually speak French among themselves.

Peter The Great wanted that -- among others.

It endured.

Russian was seen as a more primitive language.

DSH
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Post by The Count of Baldoni
You wouldn't happen to know why the Romanoffs spoke in French amongst
themselves would you ?
Or would you know if it was true?
Renia
2007-02-23 14:07:20 UTC
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Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-23 14:18:39 UTC
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Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
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DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
Worse, those cartoonists did the crime of mocking the Prophet. Ok to
do Allah, but the big M is verbooten. (did you know that the on-line
English to Danish dictionaries do not have a word for "forbidden"?)
Soren Larsen
2007-02-23 16:19:34 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
will be going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall
in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young
prince to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look
plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if
they can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
Worse, those cartoonists did the crime of mocking the Prophet. Ok to
do Allah, but the big M is verbooten. (did you know that the on-line
English to Danish dictionaries do not have a word for "forbidden"?)
'forbudt'

Soren Larsen
--
History is not what it used to be.
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:13:52 UTC
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Soren Larsen wrote:
|| Jack Linthicum wrote:
||| On Feb 23, 9:07 am, Renia <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote:
|||| Jack Linthicum wrote:
||||| On Feb 23, 8:13 am, Renia <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote:
||||
|||||| Brian Sharrock wrote:
||||
||||||| "D. Spencer Hines" <***@hotmail.com> wrote in message
||||||| news:DMwDh.286$***@eagle.america.net...
||||
|||||||| Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
||||
|||||||| DSH
|||||||| -----------------------------------------------------
||||
|||||||| Harry is ordered to the front line
||||
|||||||| 22.02.07
|||||||| Evening Standard
||||
|||||||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
|||||||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
||||
||||||| big snip of Hines quoting;
||||
||||||| <headline>
||||||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
||||||| </headline>
|||||||
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
||||||| <extract>
||||
||||||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down
||||||| Whitehall in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our
||||||| young prince to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look
||||||| plausible."
||||
||||||| </extract>
||||
|||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
|||||| if they can kill a potential future King of England.
||||
||||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
||||
|||| No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of
|||| the Danish royal family.
|||
|||
||| Worse, those cartoonists did the crime of mocking the Prophet. Ok to
||| do Allah, but the big M is verbooten. (did you know that the on-line
||| English to Danish dictionaries do not have a word for "forbidden"?)
||
|| 'forbudt'
||
|| Soren Larsen
||
|| --
|| History is not what it used to be.

Soren please do not think of me as impertinent but did you by any chance
work in one of the hotels on Park Lane almost 25 years ago ?
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
Soren Larsen
2007-02-23 23:22:53 UTC
Permalink
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Soren Larsen
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told
he will be going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
Post by Soren Larsen
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down
Whitehall in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our
young prince to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look
plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
if they can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of
the Danish royal family.
Worse, those cartoonists did the crime of mocking the Prophet. Ok
to do Allah, but the big M is verbooten. (did you know that the
on-line English to Danish dictionaries do not have a word for
"forbidden"?)
'forbudt'
Soren Larsen
--
History is not what it used to be.
Soren please do not think of me as impertinent but did you by any
chance work in one of the hotels on Park Lane almost 25 years ago ?
In the colonies?

Hardly!

Soren
--
History is not what it used to be.
The Highlander
2007-02-23 20:45:23 UTC
Permalink
On 23 Feb 2007 06:18:39 -0800, "Jack Linthicum"
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
Worse, those cartoonists did the crime of mocking the Prophet. Ok to
do Allah, but the big M is verbooten. (did you know that the on-line
English to Danish dictionaries do not have a word for "forbidden"?)
A true democracy. The US could learn something from them.

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
a.spencer3
2007-02-23 16:48:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
Post by Brian Sharrock
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
At least Corfu was British not that long before - Phil could have been one
of us!

Surreyman
Paul J Gans
2007-02-23 17:34:10 UTC
Permalink
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will
be
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
Post by Brian Sharrock
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a
lorry
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your
catastrophic
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
At least Corfu was British not that long before - Phil could have been one
of us!
Hey, my grandmother lived in England long enough to give
birth to an uncle of mine there. Does that count?

We are *all* mongrels.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
Peter Jason
2007-02-23 21:58:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by Paul J Gans
We are *all* mongrels.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
But some are more mongrel than others....

G.Orwell
The Highlander
2007-02-23 20:46:42 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 16:48:58 GMT, "a.spencer3"
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will
be
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
Post by Brian Sharrock
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a
lorry
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your
catastrophic
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
At least Corfu was British not that long before - Phil could have been one
of us!
Surreyman
And what's your ancestry? German, right? Anglo-Saxon.

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
a.spencer3
2007-02-24 10:04:34 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Highlander
On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 16:48:58 GMT, "a.spencer3"
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will
be
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a
lorry
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your
catastrophic
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
At least Corfu was British not that long before - Phil could have been one
of us!
Surreyman
And what's your ancestry? German, right? Anglo-Saxon.
No. At base, Norman & Welsh.
What has that to do with anything?

Surreyman
The Highlander
2007-02-24 21:01:09 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 16:48:58 GMT, "a.spencer3"
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will
be
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
Post by Brian Sharrock
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a
lorry
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your
catastrophic
Post by Renia
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by Brian Sharrock
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No. His grandpappy, Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu, but was of the
Danish royal family.
At least Corfu was British not that long before - Phil could have been one
of us!
Surreyman
A revolting suggestion, but unlikely - he doesn't whine at all.

Most unEnglish!


The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
Adam Whyte-Settlar
2007-02-23 17:28:35 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
It's a cricketer his slut of a mother had an affair with.
I forget his name now but he's the spitting image of his Dad.

Besides, if he did get killed it would be a coup for the west not the
'terrorists'.
Lots more idiots signing up to do battle with the 'infidels'.
Great - Darwinism in action.
Renia
2007-02-23 17:52:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you? This is an old rumour which has
no truth to it.
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
It's a cricketer his slut of a mother had an affair with.
I forget his name now but he's the spitting image of his Dad.
James Hewitt was an army officer. I some photos, there is a marked
resemblance between Prince Harry and his father, Prince Charles.
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:34:10 UTC
Permalink
Renia wrote:
|| Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
||| "Jack Linthicum" <***@earthlink.net> wrote in message
||| news:***@k78g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
|||
|||
||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
||||| if they can kill a potential future King of England.
||||
||||
|||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
|||
|||
||| No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
||
|| You think you're so clever, don't you? This is an old rumour which
|| has no truth to it.
||

It has always been the talk around court and in the Cavalry and Guards Club
on Piccadilly.

||| It's a cricketer his slut of a mother had an affair with.
||| I forget his name now but he's the spitting image of his Dad.
||
|| James Hewitt was an army officer. I some photos, there is a marked
|| resemblance between Prince Harry and his father, Prince Charles.


To be honest with you I would say he resembles the Spencer's and in
particular Princess Diana of one GCSE's sisters, McCorquodale and Fellowes.

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--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
Renia
2007-02-24 00:22:59 UTC
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Post by The Count of Baldoni
To be honest with you I would say he resembles the Spencer's and in
particular Princess Diana of one GCSE's sisters, McCorquodale and Fellowes.
Agree.
William Black
2007-02-24 06:41:17 UTC
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Post by The Count of Baldoni
It has always been the talk around court and in the Cavalry and Guards
Club on Piccadilly.
I've actually been for a drink in 'The Canteen' and nobody mentioned it to
me.

What were you doing there?

Serving lunch...
--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-24 10:47:35 UTC
Permalink
William Black wrote:
|| "The Count of Baldoni" <***@nowhere7.com> wrote in
|| message news:6dIDh.17890$***@newsfe7-win.ntli.net...
||
||| It has always been the talk around court and in the Cavalry and
||| Guards Club on Piccadilly.
||
|| I've actually been for a drink in 'The Canteen' and nobody mentioned
|| it to me.
||
|| What were you doing there?
||
|| Serving lunch...
||
|| --
||
Do you think I would sit in the same room with that bunch of shirt lifters.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
William Black
2007-02-24 12:19:40 UTC
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Post by The Count of Baldoni
||
||| It has always been the talk around court and in the Cavalry and
||| Guards Club on Piccadilly.
||
|| I've actually been for a drink in 'The Canteen' and nobody mentioned
|| it to me.
||
|| What were you doing there?
||
|| Serving lunch...
||
|| --
||
Do you think I would sit in the same room with that bunch of shirt lifters.
So either you have another close relative who told you all about it, just
like last time, or you're just another liar...

I think you're a liar.
--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-24 12:46:24 UTC
Permalink
William Black wrote:
|| "The Count of Baldoni" <***@nowhere7.com> wrote in
|| message news:bJUDh.18127$***@newsfe7-win.ntli.net...
||| William Black wrote:
||||| "The Count of Baldoni" <***@nowhere7.com> wrote in
||||| message news:6dIDh.17890$***@newsfe7-win.ntli.net...
|||||
|||||| It has always been the talk around court and in the Cavalry and
|||||| Guards Club on Piccadilly.
|||||
||||| I've actually been for a drink in 'The Canteen' and nobody
||||| mentioned it to me.
|||||
||||| What were you doing there?
|||||
||||| Serving lunch...
|||||
||||| --
|||||
||| Do you think I would sit in the same room with that bunch of shirt
||| lifters.
||
|| So either you have another close relative who told you all about it,
|| just like last time, or you're just another liar...
||
|| I think you're a liar.
||

I am not a liar but know it to be true.

Nothing would surprise me about that lot.

If ever a regiment needed taking down a peg it is that lot. They would have
been amalgamated into a different regiment years ago if I had my way.

I direct my contempt at the officers and not the troop.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
William Black
2007-02-24 13:21:31 UTC
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Post by The Count of Baldoni
|||||
|||||| It has always been the talk around court and in the Cavalry and
|||||| Guards Club on Piccadilly.
|||||
||||| I've actually been for a drink in 'The Canteen' and nobody
||||| mentioned it to me.
|||||
||||| What were you doing there?
|||||
||||| Serving lunch...
|||||
||||| --
|||||
||| Do you think I would sit in the same room with that bunch of shirt
||| lifters.
||
|| So either you have another close relative who told you all about it,
|| just like last time, or you're just another liar...
||
|| I think you're a liar.
||
I am not a liar but know it to be true.
Nope. You're a liar.
Post by The Count of Baldoni
Nothing would surprise me about that lot.
If ever a regiment needed taking down a peg it is that lot. They would
have been amalgamated into a different regiment years ago if I had my way.
They have been imbecile.

Several times.

The last time was 1992.
--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
Post by The Count of Baldoni
I direct my contempt at the officers and not the troop.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".
I haven't had a winner for six months.
The Count
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-24 15:00:06 UTC
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William Black wrote:
|| "The Count of Baldoni" <***@nowhere7.com> wrote in
|| message news:AsWDh.22970$***@newsfe4-gui.ntli.net...
||| William Black wrote:
||||| "The Count of Baldoni" <***@nowhere7.com> wrote in
||||| message news:bJUDh.18127$***@newsfe7-win.ntli.net...
|||||| William Black wrote:
|||||||| "The Count of Baldoni" <***@nowhere7.com> wrote in
|||||||| message news:6dIDh.17890$***@newsfe7-win.ntli.net...
||||||||
||||||||| It has always been the talk around court and in the Cavalry
||||||||| and Guards Club on Piccadilly.
||||||||
|||||||| I've actually been for a drink in 'The Canteen' and nobody
|||||||| mentioned it to me.
||||||||
|||||||| What were you doing there?
||||||||
|||||||| Serving lunch...
||||||||
|||||||| --
||||||||
|||||| Do you think I would sit in the same room with that bunch of
|||||| shirt lifters.
|||||
||||| So either you have another close relative who told you all about
||||| it, just like last time, or you're just another liar...
|||||
||||| I think you're a liar.
|||||
|||
||| I am not a liar but know it to be true.
||
|| Nope. You're a liar.

It is a fact.

||
||| Nothing would surprise me about that lot.
|||
||| If ever a regiment needed taking down a peg it is that lot. They
||| would have been amalgamated into a different regiment years ago if
||| I had my way.
||
|| They have been imbecile.
||
|| Several times.
||
|| The last time was 1992.
||

I am talking about making them a part of The Royal Tank Regiment or The
Queens Dragoon Guards.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
Adam Whyte-Settlar
2007-02-24 02:35:50 UTC
Permalink
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?

A W-S
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
It's a cricketer his slut of a mother had an affair with.
I forget his name now but he's the spitting image of his Dad.
James Hewitt was an army officer. I some photos, there is a marked
resemblance between Prince Harry and his father, Prince Charles.
Renia
2007-02-24 06:44:57 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
I could put the same to you? And ask you the same question about your
own children.
Adam Whyte-Settlar
2007-02-24 13:28:38 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
I could put the same to you? And ask you the same question about your own
children.
My son isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt. He looks very like me.
Turlough
2007-02-24 13:52:06 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
My son isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt. He looks very like me.
I trust you and your son do not, or can not live in the same country.
Why, the amount of security forces needed to control the mobs of
hysterical women would strain the resources of most countries. Is that
why you needed to move to a more populous state?
Bryn
2007-02-24 17:17:52 UTC
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Post by Turlough
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
My son isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt. He looks very like me.
I trust you and your son do not, or can not live in the same country.
Why, the amount of security forces needed to control the mobs of
hysterical women would strain the resources of most countries. Is that
why you needed to move to a more populous state?
He was forced to make his escape on a barely inflated Li-Lo... Living on
fish and the occasional seagull, he came ashore in New Zealand, 9 months
later.

Ask him about the cracked ribs...
--
Mirroring each other:
white narcissi,
paper screen.

Bashõ
redc1c4
2007-02-24 15:16:58 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
I could put the same to you? And ask you the same question about your own
children.
My son isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt. He looks very like me.
and if he has his mother's hair, you can shear it twice a year,
and use the wool to make kilts.....

redc1c4,
(so much for not cross posting to SCS, eh? %-)
--
"Enlisted men are stupid, but extremely cunning and sly, and bear
considerable watching."

Army Officer's Guide
Bryn
2007-02-24 17:14:34 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
I could put the same to you? And ask you the same question about your own
children.
My son isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt. He looks very like me.
Most of my wife's elder children look like me...

Which is a bit embarrassing...

Me being her second husband...
--
Mirroring each other:
white narcissi,
paper screen.

Bashõ
D. Spencer Hines
2007-02-24 20:10:18 UTC
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<G>

Do your dogs look like you too?

DSH
Post by Bryn
Most of my wife's elder children look like me...
Which is a bit embarrassing...
Me being her second husband...
--
white narcissi,
paper screen.
Bashõ
Bryn
2007-02-24 20:57:53 UTC
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Post by D. Spencer Hines
<G>
Do your dogs look like you too?
The original stock were very fine, liver coloured, nice jowls, wet
noses. Weighed in around 40LBs. After 34 years of breeding we are
letting them die out. The strain peaked 15 years ago, plateaued for 7...
We are down to the last (very elderly) couple...
They fart a lot.. And like to sleep for 20 hours a day... There are few
other similarities...
Post by D. Spencer Hines
DSH
Post by Bryn
Most of my wife's elder children look like me...
Which is a bit embarrassing...
Me being her second husband...
--
white narcissi,
paper screen.
Bashõ
--
Mirroring each other:
white narcissi,
paper screen.

Bashõ
Renia
2007-02-24 18:23:39 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
I could put the same to you? And ask you the same question about your own
children.
My son isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt. He looks very like me.
Harry isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt, either. Do you have a brother,
an uncle, a father, a cousin?
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-24 20:20:30 UTC
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Renia wrote:
|| Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
||
||| "Renia" <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote in message
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|||| Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
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||||| "Renia" <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote in message
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|||||| Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
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||||||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the
||||||||| insurgents if they
||||||||| can kill a potential future King of England.
||||||||
||||||||
|||||||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
|||||||
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||||||| No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
||||||
|||||| You think you're so clever, don't you?
|||||
|||||
||||| Definitely.
|||||
|||||
|||||
|||||| This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
|||||
|||||
||||| So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
||||| Extraordinary.
||||| Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one
||||| else has access to?
||||
|||| I could put the same to you? And ask you the same question about
|||| your own children.
|||
|||
||| My son isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt. He looks very like me.
||
|| Harry isn't a dead ringer for Mr Hewitt, either. Do you have a
|| brother, an uncle, a father, a cousin?

I take it that young Henry refers to his father as Uncle James, or even
Major Jimmy !
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
Renia
2007-02-24 07:01:49 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
A reminder to you, that Harry was already a toddler when Diana and
Hewitt first met, as someone else pointed out.
Adam Whyte-Settlar
2007-02-24 13:31:44 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
A reminder to you, that Harry was already a toddler when Diana and Hewitt
first met, as someone else pointed out.
LOL
You believe that do you.
Amazing that he's his double then isn't it.
The only royal in the 20th century with red hair just for starters.
Methinks thou doest protest too much. It's perfectly obvious Hewitt was
among the dozens she was shagging.
So what?
As you already pointed out; Charles was already indulging with horse-face -
why shouldn't she pull her own train if she so chose.
Good luck to her - a woman's needs are many fold.
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-24 15:07:48 UTC
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Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
|| "Renia" <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote in message
|| news:erons2$8g3$***@mouse.otenet.gr...
||| Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
|||| "Renia" <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote in message
|||| news:ern9kp$mut$***@mouse.otenet.gr...
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||||| Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
|||||
|||||| "Jack Linthicum" <***@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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|||||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the
|||||||| insurgents if they
|||||||| can kill a potential future King of England.
|||||||
|||||||
||||||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
||||||
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|||||| No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
|||||
||||| You think you're so clever, don't you?
||||
||||
|||| Definitely.
||||
||||
||||| This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
||||
||||
|||| So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
|||| Extraordinary.
|||| Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else
|||| has access to?
|||
||| A reminder to you, that Harry was already a toddler when Diana and
||| Hewitt first met, as someone else pointed out.
||
|| LOL
|| You believe that do you.
|| Amazing that he's his double then isn't it.
|| The only royal in the 20th century with red hair just for starters.
|| Methinks thou doest protest too much. It's perfectly obvious Hewitt
|| was among the dozens she was shagging.
|| So what?
|| As you already pointed out; Charles was already indulging with
|| horse-face - why shouldn't she pull her own train if she so chose.
|| Good luck to her - a woman's needs are many fold.

That was the reason that Charles kicked Princess Diana down the staircase
when she was pregnant with the future Prince Henry.

As regards the red hair most of the apologists will claim that he inherited
it from the Tudors.

Has there been a member of the Royal Family with red hair since Elizabeth I
?

Prince Harry can thank God for the media otherwise he would have been locked
in an attic like Prince John of Saxe Coburg-Gotha.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
Bryn
2007-02-24 17:19:08 UTC
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||||||
|||||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the
|||||||| insurgents if they
|||||||| can kill a potential future King of England.
|||||||
|||||||
||||||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
||||||
||||||
|||||| No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
|||||
||||| You think you're so clever, don't you?
||||
||||
|||| Definitely.
||||
||||
||||| This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
||||
||||
|||| So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
|||| Extraordinary.
|||| Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else
|||| has access to?
|||
||| A reminder to you, that Harry was already a toddler when Diana and
||| Hewitt first met, as someone else pointed out.
||
|| LOL
|| You believe that do you.
|| Amazing that he's his double then isn't it.
|| The only royal in the 20th century with red hair just for starters.
|| Methinks thou doest protest too much. It's perfectly obvious Hewitt
|| was among the dozens she was shagging.
|| So what?
|| As you already pointed out; Charles was already indulging with
|| horse-face - why shouldn't she pull her own train if she so chose.
|| Good luck to her - a woman's needs are many fold.
That was the reason that Charles kicked Princess Diana down the staircase
when she was pregnant with the future Prince Henry.
As regards the red hair most of the apologists will claim that he inherited
it from the Tudors.
That would be a bleeding miracle...
Post by The Count of Baldoni
Has there been a member of the Royal Family with red hair since Elizabeth I
?
Prince Harry can thank God for the media otherwise he would have been locked
in an attic like Prince John of Saxe Coburg-Gotha.
--
Mirroring each other:
white narcissi,
paper screen.

Bashõ
Robert Peffers.
2007-02-24 19:44:29 UTC
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|||||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the
|||||||| insurgents if they
|||||||| can kill a potential future King of England.
|||||||
|||||||
||||||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
||||||
||||||
|||||| No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
|||||
||||| You think you're so clever, don't you?
||||
||||
|||| Definitely.
||||
||||
||||| This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
||||
||||
|||| So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
|||| Extraordinary.
|||| Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else
|||| has access to?
|||
||| A reminder to you, that Harry was already a toddler when Diana and
||| Hewitt first met, as someone else pointed out.
||
|| LOL
|| You believe that do you.
|| Amazing that he's his double then isn't it.
|| The only royal in the 20th century with red hair just for starters.
|| Methinks thou doest protest too much. It's perfectly obvious Hewitt
|| was among the dozens she was shagging.
|| So what?
|| As you already pointed out; Charles was already indulging with
|| horse-face - why shouldn't she pull her own train if she so chose.
|| Good luck to her - a woman's needs are many fold.
That was the reason that Charles kicked Princess Diana down the staircase
when she was pregnant with the future Prince Henry.
As regards the red hair most of the apologists will claim that he
inherited it from the Tudors.
Has there been a member of the Royal Family with red hair since Elizabeth
I ?
Prince Harry can thank God for the media otherwise he would have been
locked in an attic like Prince John of Saxe Coburg-Gotha.
Rubbish! He lived in a cottage on the Sandringham estate.
Post by The Count of Baldoni
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".
I haven't had a winner for six months.
The Count
--
Robert Peffers,
Kelty,
Fife,
Scotland, (UK).
Renia
2007-02-24 18:25:23 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Renia
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
You think you're so clever, don't you?
Definitely.
Post by Renia
This is an old rumour which has no truth to it.
So you were privvy to the dna tests were you?
Extraordinary.
Or perhaps you have some other proof of parentage that no-one else has
access to?
A reminder to you, that Harry was already a toddler when Diana and Hewitt
first met, as someone else pointed out.
LOL
You believe that do you.
Amazing that he's his double then isn't it.
Their facial features are completely different.
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
The only royal in the 20th century with red hair just for starters.
Twit. The Spencer family is a hotbed of redheads.
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Methinks thou doest protest too much. It's perfectly obvious Hewitt was
among the dozens she was shagging.
Dozens? I think you exaggerate.
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
So what?
As you already pointed out; Charles was already indulging with horse-face -
why shouldn't she pull her own train if she so chose.
Good luck to her - a woman's needs are many fold.
So why be so disrespectful?
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:17:52 UTC
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Adam Whyte-Settlar wrote:
|| "Jack Linthicum" <***@earthlink.net> wrote in message
|| news:***@k78g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
||
|||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if
|||| they can kill a potential future King of England.
|||
|||
||| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
||
|| No - his father isn't Prince Charles.
|| It's a cricketer his slut of a mother had an affair with.
|| I forget his name now but he's the spitting image of his Dad.
||
|| Besides, if he did get killed it would be a coup for the west not the
|| 'terrorists'.
|| Lots more idiots signing up to do battle with the 'infidels'.
|| Great - Darwinism in action.

Will Carling was in the frame but I doubt its him.

Who was the cricketer, Phil Edmonds ring any bells ?

Loading Image...

Hewitt is his real Dad.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 19:58:50 UTC
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Jack Linthicum wrote:
|| On Feb 23, 8:13 am, Renia <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote:
||| Brian Sharrock wrote:
|||| "D. Spencer Hines" <***@hotmail.com> wrote in message
|||| news:DMwDh.286$***@eagle.america.net...
|||
||||| Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
|||
||||| DSH
||||| -----------------------------------------------------
|||
||||| Harry is ordered to the front line
|||
||||| 22.02.07
||||| Evening Standard
|||
||||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
||||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
|||
|||| big snip of Hines quoting;
|||
|||| <headline>
|||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
|||| </headline>
||||
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
|||| <extract>
|||
|||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall
|||| in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince
|||| to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look plausible."
|||
|||| </extract>
|||
||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if
||| they can kill a potential future King of England.
||
||
|| The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?

And the rest.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
The Highlander
2007-02-23 20:42:55 UTC
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On 23 Feb 2007 05:17:38 -0800, "Jack Linthicum"
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No he isn't. His grandfather was a Greek citizen but of pure German
stock.

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
Renia
2007-02-24 00:23:46 UTC
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Post by The Highlander
On 23 Feb 2007 05:17:38 -0800, "Jack Linthicum"
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No he isn't. His grandfather was a Greek citizen but of pure German
stock.
Danish.
Cory Bhreckan
2007-02-24 02:33:52 UTC
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Post by Renia
Post by The Highlander
On 23 Feb 2007 05:17:38 -0800, "Jack Linthicum"
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No he isn't. His grandfather was a Greek citizen but of pure German
stock.
Danish.
Whatever, they're all foreigners.
--
"For the stronger we our houses do build,
The less chance we have of being killed." - William Topaz McGonagall
The Highlander
2007-02-24 21:07:19 UTC
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Post by Renia
Post by The Highlander
On 23 Feb 2007 05:17:38 -0800, "Jack Linthicum"
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
The kid's a quarter Greek, isn't he?
No he isn't. His grandfather was a Greek citizen but of pure German
stock.
Danish.
Danish. I thought they came from Schleswig-Holstein, which was Danish
but was grabbed by the Prussians.

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
a.spencer3
2007-02-23 13:20:32 UTC
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Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.

Surreyman
Bryn
2007-02-23 16:28:34 UTC
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Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
Surreyman
Particularly as his daddy is an Islam-appeasing tree-hugging Peacenik.

Must be very embarrassing...
--
Spring rain-
under trees
a crystal stream.

Bashõ
La N
2007-02-23 16:53:34 UTC
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Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of PTSD? I'm
guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though his mom was
attracted to muslim lovers... ;)

- nilita
a.spencer3
2007-02-23 17:14:34 UTC
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Post by La N
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of PTSD?
I'm
Post by La N
guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though his mom was
attracted to muslim lovers... ;)
Knowing Harry, the bad bit will be when he yells to the embedded press -
GOTCHA!

Surreyman
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:40:13 UTC
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La N wrote:
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|| news:ASBDh.17701$***@newsfe7-win.ntli.net...
|||
||| "Renia" <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote in message
||| news:ermp9d$g26$***@mouse.otenet.gr...
||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
||||| if they
|||| can kill a potential future King of England.
|||
||| Yep.
||| Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the
||| close heirs
||| in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
||| It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a
||| terrible
||| embarrassment.
||| It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing,
||| which is
||| not a good idea either.
|||
||
|| Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of
|| PTSD? I'm guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though
|| his mom was attracted to muslim lovers... ;)
||

He comes from good stock who knows who his real father was. His mother was
putting it about with the galloping Major, the England rugby captain,
cricketers and have a battalion of the Welsh Guards.

Than heavens or even Evans that she did not meet Fayed 22 years ago.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
The Highlander
2007-02-24 21:09:10 UTC
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On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 20:40:13 GMT, "The Count of Baldoni"
Post by The Count of Baldoni
|||
||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
||||| if they
|||| can kill a potential future King of England.
|||
||| Yep.
||| Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the
||| close heirs
||| in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
||| It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a
||| terrible
||| embarrassment.
||| It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing,
||| which is
||| not a good idea either.
|||
||
|| Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of
|| PTSD? I'm guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though
|| his mom was attracted to muslim lovers... ;)
||
He comes from good stock who knows who his real father was. His mother was
putting it about with the galloping Major, the England rugby captain,
cricketers and have a battalion of the Welsh Guards.
Than heavens or even Evans that she did not meet Fayed 22 years ago.
How's your family tree old boy? Pure as the driven snow?

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
The Highlander
2007-02-23 20:48:16 UTC
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Post by La N
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of PTSD? I'm
guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though his mom was
attracted to muslim lovers... ;)
- nilita
SCS is beginning to sound like the National Enquirer.

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
Josiah Jenkins
2007-02-24 00:54:01 UTC
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Whilst perusing Usenet on Fri, 23 Feb 2007 20:48:16 GMT, I read these
Post by The Highlander
SCS is beginning to sound like the National Enquirer.
Well they're not 'native' and I suspect it's not the Oirish !

Cross-posts :
alt.books.tom-clancy,alt.history.british,sci.military.naval,
soc.culture.irish,soc.history.medieval,soc.history.war.misc,
us.military.army

-- jjj
Adam Whyte-Settlar
2007-02-24 02:47:54 UTC
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Post by La N
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of PTSD?
I'm guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though his mom was
attracted to muslim lovers... ;)
She was attracted to any form of lover so far as I could see.
I'll say that much for the tart - she wasn't discriminatory.
William Black
2007-02-24 06:38:41 UTC
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Post by La N
Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of PTSD?
I'm guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though his mom was
attracted to muslim lovers... ;)
If he comes back with a nice Muslim girl I imagine his dad will be delighted
and his grandparents will shut the hell up, as grandparents do in such
circumstances.

It'll make relationships all round in the UK a lot easier for everyone
concerned.

As his gradma is the nearest living relative of the Prophet Mohamed I
imagine the Muslim world outside the UK will keep their collective mouths
shut as well.

As for wounds, I can't see anyone except Harry being too disapointed if he
gets a significant but non crippling wound. The left hand or an eye would be
perfect for just about everyone but him, including the politicians.
--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-24 11:18:18 UTC
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Post by William Black
Post by La N
Can you imagine if he returned suffering from a horrible case of PTSD?
I'm guessing a war bride is out of the question, even though his mom was
attracted to muslim lovers... ;)
If he comes back with a nice Muslim girl I imagine his dad will be delighted
and his grandparents will shut the hell up, as grandparents do in such
circumstances.
It'll make relationships all round in the UK a lot easier for everyone
concerned.
As his gradma is the nearest living relative of the Prophet Mohamed I
imagine the Muslim world outside the UK will keep their collective mouths
shut as well.
As for wounds, I can't see anyone except Harry being too disapointed if he
gets a significant but non crippling wound. The left hand or an eye would be
perfect for just about everyone but him, including the politicians.
--
William Black
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
Why bring back just one? A Shia, a Sunni, a Saudi, an Omani, a
Baharaini, an Emiratian (sic?), once you get into Iran you have about
50 tribes. The U.S. is finally working out what the Brits learned 80
some years ago, it's the tribe stupid.
Adam Whyte-Settlar
2007-02-24 13:33:40 UTC
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Post by Jack Linthicum
Why bring back just one? A Shia, a Sunni, a Saudi, an Omani, a
Baharaini, an Emiratian (sic?), once you get into Iran you have about
50 tribes. The U.S. is finally working out what the Brits learned 80
some years ago, it's the tribe stupid.
You really think the US have figured that out already?
I do believe you flatter them. They'll be in Iraq for another 15 years yet.
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-24 14:13:41 UTC
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Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Why bring back just one? A Shia, a Sunni, a Saudi, an Omani, a
Baharaini, an Emiratian (sic?), once you get into Iran you have about
50 tribes. The U.S. is finally working out what the Brits learned 80
some years ago, it's the tribe stupid.
You really think the US have figured that out already?
I do believe you flatter them. They'll be in Iraq for another 15 years yet.
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.

You know, of course, that you order a hotel room in Farsi, and pay in
Iranian tomans, in the area from about Karbala south?

MR. RUSSERT: You tell me that if you want to reserve a hotel room in a
southern Iraq hotel...
MR. ENGEL: Call in Farsi. Yeah. They will ask, when you make
reservations in Najaf or Karbala, they'll answer the phone in Farsi,
they will quote you the price...
MR. RUSSERT: The Iranian language?

MR. ENGEL: The Iranian language. They'll quote you the price in toman.
They-it is very much an Iranian-part of the Iranian sphere of
influence. .. ..
"Meet the Press" transcript...
La N
2007-02-24 14:17:28 UTC
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Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Jack Linthicum
Why bring back just one? A Shia, a Sunni, a Saudi, an Omani, a
Baharaini, an Emiratian (sic?), once you get into Iran you have about
50 tribes. The U.S. is finally working out what the Brits learned 80
some years ago, it's the tribe stupid.
You really think the US have figured that out already?
I do believe you flatter them. They'll be in Iraq for another 15 years yet.
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.
You know, of course, that you order a hotel room in Farsi, and pay in
Iranian tomans, in the area from about Karbala south?
MR. RUSSERT: You tell me that if you want to reserve a hotel room in a
southern Iraq hotel...
MR. ENGEL: Call in Farsi. Yeah. They will ask, when you make
reservations in Najaf or Karbala, they'll answer the phone in Farsi,
they will quote you the price...
MR. RUSSERT: The Iranian language?
MR. ENGEL: The Iranian language. They'll quote you the price in toman.
They-it is very much an Iranian-part of the Iranian sphere of
influence. .. ..
"Meet the Press" transcript...
btw, Jack, how many Iraqi refugees do you think the U.S. is willing to take
in .......

- nilita
William Black
2007-02-24 14:25:53 UTC
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Post by Jack Linthicum
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.
Well that's the Kurds down the pan.

Still, New York will get a new language to speak to its taxi drivers..

It's also goodbye to any US influence in the Middle East for a decade or
two.

If we're lucky we'll keepour culture, albeit under siege from a gang of
thugs who would still be plotting in Afghanistan if it wasn't for the huge
ineptitude of George and his gang of paranoid oil men.

That the UK was dragged into this with open eyes was a dreadful indictment
of the current government's desire to be different from any preceding Labour
government more than anything else.

I just hope the inevitable American isolationism doesn't mean that Israel
blows up the world in a last desperate act.
--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
La N
2007-02-24 14:33:40 UTC
Permalink
Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.
Well that's the Kurds down the pan.
Still, New York will get a new language to speak to its taxi drivers..
It's also goodbye to any US influence in the Middle East for a decade or
two.
If we're lucky we'll keepour culture, albeit under siege from a gang of
thugs who would still be plotting in Afghanistan if it wasn't for the huge
ineptitude of George and his gang of paranoid oil men.
That the UK was dragged into this with open eyes was a dreadful indictment
of the current government's desire to be different from any preceding
Labour government more than anything else.
I just hope the inevitable American isolationism doesn't mean that Israel
blows up the world in a last desperate act.
Hmmmm ....... Parts of Florida could be the new "energy capital" of the
world, what with massive sugar beet production. No need to invade the
Middle East *or* Canada for oil ...%)

- nilita (okay, it's too early in the morning for me to be thinking straight
...%)
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-24 14:40:01 UTC
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Post by La N
Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.
Well that's the Kurds down the pan.
Still, New York will get a new language to speak to its taxi drivers..
It's also goodbye to any US influence in the Middle East for a decade or
two.
If we're lucky we'll keepour culture, albeit under siege from a gang of
thugs who would still be plotting in Afghanistan if it wasn't for the huge
ineptitude of George and his gang of paranoid oil men.
That the UK was dragged into this with open eyes was a dreadful indictment
of the current government's desire to be different from any preceding
Labour government more than anything else.
I just hope the inevitable American isolationism doesn't mean that Israel
blows up the world in a last desperate act.
Hmmmm ....... Parts of Florida could be the new "energy capital" of the
world, what with massive sugar beet production. No need to invade the
Middle East *or* Canada for oil ...%)
- nilita (okay, it's too early in the morning for me to be thinking straight
...%)
It's cane not beet, Utah and Idaho are the sugar beet areas. Actually
odinary prairie grasses are better than soy or corn for ethanol.
Western Kansas and Nebraska will become energy areas.

Mexico is running out of their best off-shore field and we are looking
at really deep places in the Gulf of Mexico, Jack 2 being one.

France and Germany are big Sugar Beet producers.
La N
2007-02-24 14:49:26 UTC
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Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by La N
Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.
Well that's the Kurds down the pan.
Still, New York will get a new language to speak to its taxi drivers..
It's also goodbye to any US influence in the Middle East for a decade or
two.
If we're lucky we'll keepour culture, albeit under siege from a gang of
thugs who would still be plotting in Afghanistan if it wasn't for the huge
ineptitude of George and his gang of paranoid oil men.
That the UK was dragged into this with open eyes was a dreadful indictment
of the current government's desire to be different from any preceding
Labour government more than anything else.
I just hope the inevitable American isolationism doesn't mean that Israel
blows up the world in a last desperate act.
Hmmmm ....... Parts of Florida could be the new "energy capital" of the
world, what with massive sugar beet production. No need to invade the
Middle East *or* Canada for oil ...%)
- nilita (okay, it's too early in the morning for me to be thinking straight
...%)
It's cane not beet, Utah and Idaho are the sugar beet areas. Actually
odinary prairie grasses are better than soy or corn for ethanol.
Western Kansas and Nebraska will become energy areas.
Mexico is running out of their best off-shore field and we are looking
at really deep places in the Gulf of Mexico, Jack 2 being one.
France and Germany are big Sugar Beet producers.
What is that BP (Beyond Petroleum) commercial that I see on cnn all the
time? The latest is a young man (farm boy type) holding up a root type
vegetable saying implying that this is the wave of the future energy wise.
It only takes a year to plant and grow one of these. Why - oh why - the ad
seems to be asking are we depending so much on fossil fuels!

- nilita
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-24 15:33:44 UTC
Permalink
Post by La N
Post by Jack Linthicum
Post by La N
Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.
Well that's the Kurds down the pan.
Still, New York will get a new language to speak to its taxi drivers..
It's also goodbye to any US influence in the Middle East for a decade or
two.
If we're lucky we'll keepour culture, albeit under siege from a gang of
thugs who would still be plotting in Afghanistan if it wasn't for the huge
ineptitude of George and his gang of paranoid oil men.
That the UK was dragged into this with open eyes was a dreadful indictment
of the current government's desire to be different from any preceding
Labour government more than anything else.
I just hope the inevitable American isolationism doesn't mean that Israel
blows up the world in a last desperate act.
Hmmmm ....... Parts of Florida could be the new "energy capital" of the
world, what with massive sugar beet production. No need to invade the
Middle East *or* Canada for oil ...%)
- nilita (okay, it's too early in the morning for me to be thinking straight
...%)
It's cane not beet, Utah and Idaho are the sugar beet areas. Actually
odinary prairie grasses are better than soy or corn for ethanol.
Western Kansas and Nebraska will become energy areas.
Mexico is running out of their best off-shore field and we are looking
at really deep places in the Gulf of Mexico, Jack 2 being one.
France and Germany are big Sugar Beet producers.
What is that BP (Beyond Petroleum) commercial that I see on cnn all the
time? The latest is a young man (farm boy type) holding up a root type
vegetable saying implying that this is the wave of the future energy wise.
It only takes a year to plant and grow one of these. Why - oh why - the ad
seems to be asking are we depending so much on fossil fuels!
- nilita
I haven't seen that one, maybe it is the other half of the guy in the
"fashionable" Hawaiian type shirt in front of a guitar shop in an area
reminiscent of Georgetown talking about how they have to stop
depending on oil.

Remember the need to comply with the UN resolutions, it depends on
when the lie was lied not the content.
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-24 14:35:45 UTC
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Post by William Black
Post by Jack Linthicum
Not much past January 20, 2009 if that long. The Brits are our excuse,
if they can abandon an area of vital importance, it's the only way out
other than Turkey, we can dump the whole show. We just have to get rid
of the people who love our enemies and hate our friends.
Well that's the Kurds down the pan.
Still, New York will get a new language to speak to its taxi drivers..
It's also goodbye to any US influence in the Middle East for a decade or
two.
If we're lucky we'll keepour culture, albeit under siege from a gang of
thugs who would still be plotting in Afghanistan if it wasn't for the huge
ineptitude of George and his gang of paranoid oil men.
That the UK was dragged into this with open eyes was a dreadful indictment
of the current government's desire to be different from any preceding Labour
government more than anything else.
I just hope the inevitable American isolationism doesn't mean that Israel
blows up the world in a last desperate act.
--
William Black
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe
Barbeques on fire by chalets past the headland
I've watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off Newborough
All this will pass like ice-cream on the beach
Time for tea
Don't count on isolationism. Afghanistan is still a legitimate cause
and a Democratic government might have a reason to "finish the fight
the neocons couldn't". We have a lot of Spec Ops people running around
Colorado and California getting trained up for possible duty, and our
friends the Paks can't seem to keep their hands off meddling with
their neighbors.

Al Qaeda with a nuke is not a prospect to think about but Pakistan
seems bound and determined to get into trouble. Maybe they caught the
Great Game disease from the Brits.

Note, Pakistan is a combination of P= Pushtu, A= Afghan, K = Kashmir,
S= Sind. It helps that Pak means pure in Persian, the land of the Pure.
Paul J Gans
2007-02-23 17:31:08 UTC
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Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
You could also take it as being willing to take the
risks other citizens are subject to. I'm not entitled
to an opinion, but if I were, I'd be pleased that the
Royals are not just museum pieces.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:48:48 UTC
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Paul J Gans wrote:
|| In soc.history.medieval a.spencer3 <***@ntlworld.com> wrote:
||
||| "Renia" <***@DELETEotenet.gr> wrote in message
||| news:ermp9d$g26$***@mouse.otenet.gr...
||||| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents
||||| if they
|||| can kill a potential future King of England.
||
||| Yep.
||| Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the
||| close heirs in the military should resign themselves to non-active
||| service.
||| It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a
||| terrible embarrassment.
||| It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing,
||| which is not a good idea either.
||
|| You could also take it as being willing to take the
|| risks other citizens are subject to. I'm not entitled
|| to an opinion, but if I were, I'd be pleased that the
|| Royals are not just museum pieces.
||

It is a stunt on the part of the Royals or whoever pulls their string to win
back some popularity. There is no way they will let Prince William go there
and if they were serious about him going into combat then he would be in
Afghanistan with the Royal Marines.

What they have is a half-wit who had his exams fixed so he could get into
Sandhurst. He was a dope smoking twat who was always in the shit and was
stupid enough to dress up as Hitler at his brothers party. Their spin
doctors and PR people have been jumping through hoops to try and make this
twat more appealing to the public.

Bollocks to it all, he wanted in and so he will have to serve like everyone
else who has been there.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
k***@yahoo.com
2007-02-23 21:56:36 UTC
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Post by Paul J Gans
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
You could also take it as being willing to take the
risks other citizens are subject to. I'm not entitled
to an opinion, but if I were, I'd be pleased that the
Royals are not just museum pieces.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
I think that is the correct message. I've opposed this war since
before it began, but have always supported the people called on to
fight it. I see no reason to distinguish the prince. My two cents:

1) If you don't like the war, say so;
2) If you don't like monarchies, say so
3) But, there is no call to criticize a soldier for doing his or her
duty.
4) End of discussion.

McCabe
Paul J Gans
2007-02-24 02:18:42 UTC
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Post by k***@yahoo.com
Post by Paul J Gans
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
You could also take it as being willing to take the
risks other citizens are subject to. I'm not entitled
to an opinion, but if I were, I'd be pleased that the
Royals are not just museum pieces.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
I think that is the correct message. I've opposed this war since
before it began, but have always supported the people called on to
1) If you don't like the war, say so;
2) If you don't like monarchies, say so
3) But, there is no call to criticize a soldier for doing his or her
duty.
4) End of discussion.
Agreed.

My position on the war can be Googled. I was quite
loud in alt.history.british before the war began.
Indeed Surreyman and I pretty much agreed on what
the results would be. And sadly, we were not
far off.

Right now in the US we have a major scandal about
the mistreatment of wounded soldiers sent to what
was once our best military hospital -- Walter Reed
Hospital. Men were forced to live in subhuman
conditions with little or no care or oversight.

This was done by the Administration that (1) sent
them to Iraq and (2) claims that anybody who
criticizes the war is not supporting our troops.

They are liars and hippocrits.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
Adam Whyte-Settlar
2007-02-24 02:56:35 UTC
Permalink
Post by Paul J Gans
Post by k***@yahoo.com
Post by Paul J Gans
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
You could also take it as being willing to take the
risks other citizens are subject to. I'm not entitled
to an opinion, but if I were, I'd be pleased that the
Royals are not just museum pieces.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
I think that is the correct message. I've opposed this war since
before it began, but have always supported the people called on to
1) If you don't like the war, say so;
2) If you don't like monarchies, say so
3) But, there is no call to criticize a soldier for doing his or her
duty.
4) End of discussion.
Agreed.
My position on the war can be Googled. I was quite
loud in alt.history.british before the war began.
Indeed Surreyman and I pretty much agreed on what
the results would be. And sadly, we were not
far off.
Right now in the US we have a major scandal about
the mistreatment of wounded soldiers sent to what
was once our best military hospital -- Walter Reed
Hospital. Men were forced to live in subhuman
conditions with little or no care or oversight.
What amazes me is that this is news.
Every single time there is a war that involves 'western' casualties then the
standard story about how 'our boys' are being neglected comes up.
*Of course* no-one in authority gives a toss about them now - they are of no
further use.
Despite the cheap rhetoric about 'supporting our troops' they are just
disposable squaddies to the warmongerers - same as they have been throughout
the entire recorded history of warfare.
Why anyone is still surprised at their shoddy treatment is beyond me.
Post by Paul J Gans
This was done by the Administration that (1) sent
them to Iraq and (2) claims that anybody who
criticizes the war is not supporting our troops.
They are liars and hippocrits.
Quite so - and as always.

A W-S
k***@yahoo.com
2007-02-24 03:37:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by Adam Whyte-Settlar
Post by Paul J Gans
Post by k***@yahoo.com
Post by Paul J Gans
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
You could also take it as being willing to take the
risks other citizens are subject to. I'm not entitled
to an opinion, but if I were, I'd be pleased that the
Royals are not just museum pieces.
--
--- Paul J. Gans
I think that is the correct message. I've opposed this war since
before it began, but have always supported the people called on to
1) If you don't like the war, say so;
2) If you don't like monarchies, say so
3) But, there is no call to criticize a soldier for doing his or her
duty.
4) End of discussion.
Agreed.
My position on the war can be Googled. I was quite
loud in alt.history.british before the war began.
Indeed Surreyman and I pretty much agreed on what
the results would be. And sadly, we were not
far off.
Right now in the US we have a major scandal about
the mistreatment of wounded soldiers sent to what
was once our best military hospital -- Walter Reed
Hospital. Men were forced to live in subhuman
conditions with little or no care or oversight.
What amazes me is that this is news.
Every single time there is a war that involves 'western' casualties then the
standard story about how 'our boys' are being neglected comes up.
*Of course* no-one in authority gives a toss about them now - they are of no
further use.
Despite the cheap rhetoric about 'supporting our troops' they are just
disposable squaddies to the warmongerers - same as they have been throughout
the entire recorded history of warfare.
Why anyone is still surprised at their shoddy treatment is beyond me.
Post by Paul J Gans
This was done by the Administration that (1) sent
them to Iraq and (2) claims that anybody who
criticizes the war is not supporting our troops.
They are liars and hippocrits.
Quite so - and as always.
A W-S- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
I think it is significant that it is the Secretary of Defense who
lodges the complaint. This sets the stage for a cry of foul, if
congress cuts military funding. Of course, that claim ignores the
billions that are being poured into the war, right now, while these
conditions persist, and over the last years, while they were allowed
to develop.

McCabe
D. Spencer Hines
2007-02-24 03:41:14 UTC
Permalink
Hilarious!

1. Gans, the chemistry teacher at NYU, won't SAY what he predicted, so we
have it in black and white on the page on 23 February 2007.

2. He's AFRAID to.

3. Why is Gans AFRAID to tell us what his predictions before the war were?

4. Because he doesn't want to be held to account and he doesn't know how
"The Surge" will turn out. Like HILLARY, he's VERY cautious.

5. He needs to quote chapter and verse what he predicted -- NOT tell people
to go hunting in Google.

6. Further, he still wants to tell us he "supports the troops".

7. Hilarious!

8. You can't support the TROOPS unless you also support their MISSION.

9. Can you imagine some pogue saying during World War II that he supported
the TROOPS, but did NOT support their mission? Ridiculous!

10. Gans lived through World War II. He was SIX when it began and TWELVE
when it ended.

11. Pogue Gans should know better than to post the arrant, errant rubbish
that he does.

12. Pogue Gans needs to stand and deliver with those allegedly prescient
PREDICTIONS he made -- ALL of them -- and tell us again why Iraq is BROKEN,
like an EGG -- one of his previous statements -- and can NOT possibly be put
back together again.

How Sweet It Is!

DSH

Lux et Veritas et Libertas

Veni, Vidi, Calcitravi Asinum
Post by Paul J Gans
My position on the war can be Googled. I was quite
loud in alt.history.british before the war began.
Indeed Surreyman and I pretty much agreed on what
the results would be. And sadly, we were not
far off.
k***@yahoo.com
2007-02-24 05:38:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Hilarious!
1. Gans, the chemistry teacher at NYU, won't SAY what he predicted, so we
have it in black and white on the page on 23 February 2007.
2. He's AFRAID to.
3. Why is Gans AFRAID to tell us what his predictions before the war were?
4. Because he doesn't want to be held to account and he doesn't know how
"The Surge" will turn out. Like HILLARY, he's VERY cautious.
5. He needs to quote chapter and verse what he predicted -- NOT tell people
to go hunting in Google.
6. Further, he still wants to tell us he "supports the troops".
7. Hilarious!
8. You can't support the TROOPS unless you also support their MISSION.
9. Can you imagine some pogue saying during World War II that he supported
the TROOPS, but did NOT support their mission? Ridiculous!
10. Gans lived through World War II. He was SIX when it began and TWELVE
when it ended.
11. Pogue Gans should know better than to post the arrant, errant rubbish
that he does.
12. Pogue Gans needs to stand and deliver with those allegedly prescient
PREDICTIONS he made -- ALL of them -- and tell us again why Iraq is BROKEN,
like an EGG -- one of his previous statements -- and can NOT possibly be put
back together again.
How Sweet It Is!
DSH
Lux et Veritas et Libertas
Veni, Vidi, Calcitravi Asinum
It actually turns out to be fairly easy to support the troops without
supporting Bush's agenda. For me, it was merely a matter of walking up
to a prosecuting attorney that I'm often paired off against in trial.
He was back from his second tour. I just said "its nice to have you
back," and meant it.

McCabe
The Highlander
2007-02-23 20:47:22 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 13:20:32 GMT, "a.spencer3"
Post by a.spencer3
Post by Renia
Post by Renia
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
Yep.
Given the status of our Royal Family, right or wrong, I feel the close heirs
in the military should resign themselves to non-active service.
It's all good gung-ho headlines for Harry, but could prove to be a terrible
embarrassment.
It's also tinged with a Royal endorsement of the whole Iraq thing, which is
not a good idea either.
Surreyman
For God's sake - enough of the bedwetting!

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 19:57:51 UTC
Permalink
Renia wrote:
|| Brian Sharrock wrote:
||| "D. Spencer Hines" <***@hotmail.com> wrote in message
||| news:DMwDh.286$***@eagle.america.net...
|||
|||| Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
||||
|||| DSH
|||| -----------------------------------------------------
||||
|||| Harry is ordered to the front line
||||
|||| 22.02.07
|||| Evening Standard
||||
|||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
|||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
||||
|||
|||
||| big snip of Hines quoting;
|||
||| <headline>
||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
||| </headline>
|||
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neubank123.xml
||| <extract>
|||
||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall
||| in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince
||| to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look plausible."
|||
||| </extract>
||
|| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if
|| they can kill a potential future King of England.

He is third in line at the moment but you are correct as regards the
insurgents targeting him. The problem is it will endanger the troopers
under his command. One thing he has going for him is that he is in an
armoured regiment. That does not mean to say that they will not be expected
to provide foot patrols if and when required.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
a.spencer3
2007-02-23 19:59:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Count of Baldoni
|||
|||| Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
||||
|||| DSH
|||| -----------------------------------------------------
||||
|||| Harry is ordered to the front line
||||
|||| 22.02.07
|||| Evening Standard
||||
|||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
|||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
||||
|||
|||
||| big snip of Hines quoting;
|||
||| <headline>
||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
||| </headline>
|||
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neubank123.x
ml
Post by The Count of Baldoni
||| <extract>
|||
||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall
||| in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince
||| to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look plausible."
|||
||| </extract>
||
|| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if
|| they can kill a potential future King of England.
I've heard that his men are already calling Harry 'the bullet magnet'!

Surreyman
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-23 20:07:37 UTC
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Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by The Count of Baldoni
|||
|||| Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
||||
|||| DSH
|||| -----------------------------------------------------
||||
|||| Harry is ordered to the front line
||||
|||| 22.02.07
|||| Evening Standard
||||
|||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
|||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
||||
|||
|||
||| big snip of Hines quoting;
|||
||| <headline>
||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
||| </headline>
|||
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
ml
Post by The Count of Baldoni
||| <extract>
|||
||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall
||| in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince
||| to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look plausible."
|||
||| </extract>
||
|| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if
|| they can kill a potential future King of England.
I've heard that his men are already calling Harry 'the bullet magnet'!
Surreyman
Pity the poor yokel or woman who comes around their barracks all
puffed out in cold weather gear.
Jack Linthicum
2007-02-23 20:05:21 UTC
Permalink
On Feb 23, 2:57 pm, "The Count of Baldoni"
Post by The Count of Baldoni
|||
|||| Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
||||
|||| DSH
|||| -----------------------------------------------------
||||
|||| Harry is ordered to the front line
||||
|||| 22.02.07
|||| Evening Standard
||||
|||| Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he
|||| will be going to Iraq within weeks.
||||
|||
|||
||| big snip of Hines quoting;
|||
||| <headline>
||| Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
||| </headline>
|||http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neuba...
||| <extract>
|||
||| The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall
||| in a lorry bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince
||| to your catastrophic illegal war to make it look plausible."
|||
||| </extract>
||
|| Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if
|| they can kill a potential future King of England.
He is third in line at the moment but you are correct as regards the
insurgents targeting him. The problem is it will endanger the troopers
under his command. One thing he has going for him is that he is in an
armoured regiment. That does not mean to say that they will not be expected
to provide foot patrols if and when required.
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".
I haven't had a winner for six months.
The Count
You have heard of IEDs and EFPs haven't you?
The Highlander
2007-02-23 20:41:44 UTC
Permalink
Post by Renia
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neubank123.xml
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
bearing the slogan: "Blair, don't send our young prince to your catastrophic
illegal war to make it look plausible."
</extract>
Talk about sitting target. Talk about a coup for the insurgents if they
can kill a potential future King of England.
He's doing his duty as he sees it. Good luck to him and may he kill
his hundreds, like the brave part-Highland boy that he is!

It enrages me to see the bullshit of the local Muslim fanatics in the
UK, whining about killing Muslims. Not one has ever expressed any
regret for the Muslim killing of Christians - the cowardly
hypocritical bastards! May death overtake them!

The Highlander

Faodaidh nach ionann na beachdan anns
an post seo agus beachdan a' Ghàidheil.
The views expressed in this post are
not necessarily those of The Highlander.
Josiah Jenkins
2007-02-24 00:42:34 UTC
Permalink
Whilst perusing Usenet on Fri, 23 Feb 2007 15:13:42 +0200, I read
Post by Brian Sharrock
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
big snip of Hines quoting;
<headline>
Police release Eubank after Iraq truck protest
</headline>
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/02/23/neubank123.xml
<extract>
The retired world champion was seen driving up and down Whitehall in a lorry
Whit ?
A 'lorry' ?
It's Peterbilt 379 tractor unit!
(Prime mover for the Murkins)
http://tinyurl.com/2hoaor

What else can one expect from the Telegraph ?

-- jjj
z***@netscape.net
2007-02-23 16:45:13 UTC
Permalink
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
DSH
-----------------------------------------------------
Harry is ordered to the front line
22.02.07
Evening Standard
Prince Harry was "over the moon" last night after being told he will be
going to Iraq within weeks.
The 22-year-old Army officer will command an armoured patrol on a six-month
tour of duty after winning his battle to serve alongside his fellow
soldiers.
Harry, who had threatened to quit if he was not allowed to join his men on
the front line, will become the first member of the Royal Family to serve in
a war zone since Prince Andrew in the Falklands war 25 years ago.
The final decision to put the third in line to the throne in harm's way came
after months of agonised debate between the Ministry of Defence and the
royal household. Palace sources said the Queen had given her "whole-hearted
support" to her grandson's deployment.
But while Harry's courage was lauded yesterday, there were concerns that
insurgents will flock to southern Iraq in the hope of capturing him as a
"trophy".
Well, the issues are simple though.
They'll either flock to Iraq to try to capture him in battle,
ot they'll flock to Florida to try to capture him,
when he visiits the US.
Post by D. Spencer Hines
Islamic extremists warned his presence could provoke a backlash from British
Muslims against the Royal Family.
Ralph Wykes-Sneyd, Prince Andrew's commanding officer in the Falklands War,
said the Argentine military junta had plotted to capture Andrew "and parade
him through the streets of Buenos Aires" in 1982.
He feared Harry would be in even greater danger. "He is a man of some
celebrity. You offer up some trophy factor," he said.
"There is a difference between sea operations and land operations. At sea
you fight a war at much more distance from the enemy. You're much less
likely to end up in the enemy's hands. That is not the case on land."
The Ministry of Defence also had to take into account the possibility that
Harry's presence in Iraq would increase the risk to his fellow soldiers, who
have wryly nicknamed him "bullet magnet".
Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Richard Dannatt, gave the final
go-ahead to send Harry into action after consultations with the royal
household and senior Government ministers.
The MoD confirmed that Harry's unit, "A" Squadron of the Blues and Royals,
is among those going to Iraq from April, and that he will carry out a
"normal troop commander's role".
In a statement jointly issued with Clarence House, the MoD said the decision
to send Harry had been "a military one".
Senior royal sources told the Mail that while the Queen was concerned for
his safety, her belief in the importance of duty meant that "if the Army say
they want him there, Harry has her wholehearted support".
Asked what he thought about Prince Harry going to Iraq, Tony Blair told the
BBC: "I think it is very typical of him. He is a very brave young man who
wants to be part of his regiment and part of the Army. It shows a very
special character on his part."
Cornet Wales, as he is known in the Army, will lead a troop of 12 men from
the Blues and Royals in four Scimitar light tanks, carrying out long-range
desert patrols.
Primarily responsible for surveillance and intelligence-gathering, the
Prince's men are likely to operate well away from towns, using their
mobility to keep watch on enemy movements across wide swathes of southern
Iraq's remote deserts.
The nature of his work in Iraq will minimise the danger of him being
identified by insurgents.
The MoD and Clarence house issued an unprecedented appeal for a news
blackout once Harry arrives in Iraq - and for an end to any discussions
about his unit's likely location.
His tour of duty is expected to test the strength of his relationship with
girlfriend Chelsy Davy.
However the couple are likely to be reunited when Harry returns to Britain
on leave in July. He will also be back in August for the pop concert and
memorial service to mark the 10th anniversary of his mother's death.
It will also mean an abrupt end to the hectic socialising for which he has
been criticised in recent months.
Major Charles Heyman, editor of the British Army Guide, said: "Young
soldiers think it's brilliant that a member of the Royal Family will share
their hardships and dangers. It has a really good knock-on effect on morale
right across the armed forces.
"This is a young prince - a man in a privileged position - saying "I'm going
to do my duty, the same as ordinary soldiers do".
"It shows the Royal Family has a real stake in the armed forces, not just
ceremonial roles."
Harry had threatened to quit the Army if he was not allowed to serve in
battle, saying last year: "There's no way I'm going to put myself through
Sandhurst and then sit on my arse back home while my boys are out fighting
for their country."
One friend said: "He is desperate to be treated as one of the lads. He would
have felt totally humiliated if he had not been sent with the rest of his
men."
Another source within his regiment said: "I would say Harry is over the
moon. He joined the regiment to do what the regiment does."
But while the news was well received among his fellow soldiers, there were
warnings of wider implications for the Royal Family.
Omar Bakri Mohammed, the former British-based firebrand Islamic preacher
living in exile in Beirut, said radical Muslims in Britain would regard
Harry's deployment as "a provocation".
"I don't know why Prince Harry isn't sensitive enough to realise that this
will hurt the feelings of a lot of Muslims in Iraq and Great Britain," he
said.
"In Britain it will be seen as provocation because he represents the Queen,
the monarchy and the Church of England and that link could provoke Muslim
youths."
Bakri's British representative Anjem Choudary warned that the announcement
"did not bode well" for the Royal Family, although he stopped short of
predicting terrorist plots against them.
"The Queen talks about shared values between all religions, but her grandson
is going to be occupying a Muslim country. It doesn't bode well for the
Royal Family," he said.
The extremist website Ahl us-Sunnah wal- Jamaa'ah Muntadaa yesterday carried
a report on Harry's deployment headlined: "Prince Harry will be sent to Iraq
to kill Muslims."
D. Spencer Hines
2007-02-23 17:45:32 UTC
Permalink
Report: James Hewitt is NOT Prince Harry's father.

DSH
---------------------------------------------

Saturday, 21 September, 2002

Hewitt denies Prince Harry link
BBC News

Princess Diana's former lover James Hewitt has spoken out to end
persistent rumours that he is Prince Harry's father.

The former cavalry officer said people compared Harry's looks with his
own, but he stated categorically: "There really is no possibility whatsoever
that I am Harry's father. "I can absolutely assure you that I am not."

Prince Harry was "already walking" by the time his relationship with
Diana began, he told The Sunday Mirror.

Mr Hewitt was Diana Princess of Wales's secret lover for five years.

Speaking in the paper, he said: "Admittedly the red hair is similar to
mine and people say we look alike.

"I have never encouraged these comparisons and although I was with
Diana for a long time I must state once and for all that I'm not Harry's
father.

"When I met Diana, he was already a toddler."

Referring to portraits by fashion photographer Mario Testino, taken to
mark the Prince's 18th birthday a week ago, Hewitt said: "Looking at the
pictures I have to say he's a much more handsome chap than I ever was."

Spencer hair

He said he was aware the issue of Harry's paternity had been a major
talking point.

However, he said he did not meet the Princess, who died in 1997, until
two years after Harry was born.

St James's Palace declined to comment on Hewitt's comments.

In a book by Diana's former police bodyguard Ken Wharfe, the rumours
are also quashed.

Mr Wharfe said the gossip used to upset the Princess.

He said in his book: "The malicious rumours that still persist about
the paternity of Prince Harry used to anger Diana greatly.

"The nonsense should be scotched here and now.

"Harry was born on 15 September, 1984.

"Diana did not meet James until the summer of 1986, and the red hair,
gossips so love to cite as proof is, of course, a Spencer trait."

Indeed it is.

DSH

Lux et Veritas et Libertas

Deus Vult
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 20:51:45 UTC
Permalink
D. Spencer Hines wrote:
|| Report: James Hewitt is NOT Prince Harry's father.
||
|| DSH
|| ---------------------------------------------
||
|| Saturday, 21 September, 2002
||
|| Hewitt denies Prince Harry link
|| BBC News
||
|| Princess Diana's former lover James Hewitt has spoken out to end
|| persistent rumours that he is Prince Harry's father.


Well I am pretty sure that Prince Charles is not his father !

Just because a donkey is born in a stable does not mean that it is a horse
!!!
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
The Count of Baldoni
2007-02-23 19:53:52 UTC
Permalink
D. Spencer Hines wrote:
|| Good Show! Prince Harry -- Real Brit -- And Randy.
||
|| DSH
|| -----------------------------------------------------
||
|| Harry is ordered to the front line
||

Yes indeed young Prince Harry Hewitt followed in his fathers (Major James)
footsteps by joining the " Blues and Royals". I would imagine the they will
be subject to more danger than is normal due to the fact young Hewitt is
with the troop. That is just what the insurgents have been hoping for.


I hope they don't go around with their boots in polythene bags as they did
during the Falklands War !
--
"A horse a horse, my kingdom for a horse".

I haven't had a winner for six months.

The Count
Andrew Swallow
2007-02-23 22:56:17 UTC
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D. Spencer Hines wrote:
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Post by D. Spencer Hines
But while the news was well received among his fellow soldiers, there were
warnings of wider implications for the Royal Family.
Omar Bakri Mohammed, the former British-based firebrand Islamic preacher
living in exile in Beirut, said radical Muslims in Britain would regard
Harry's deployment as "a provocation".
"I don't know why Prince Harry isn't sensitive enough to realise that this
will hurt the feelings of a lot of Muslims in Iraq and Great Britain," he
said.
"In Britain it will be seen as provocation because he represents the Queen,
the monarchy and the Church of England and that link could provoke Muslim
youths."
Bakri's British representative Anjem Choudary warned that the announcement
"did not bode well" for the Royal Family, although he stopped short of
predicting terrorist plots against them.
"The Queen talks about shared values between all religions, but her grandson
is going to be occupying a Muslim country. It doesn't bode well for the
Royal Family," he said.
The extremist website Ahl us-Sunnah wal- Jamaa'ah Muntadaa yesterday carried
a report on Harry's deployment headlined: "Prince Harry will be sent to Iraq
to kill Muslims."
I hope that this is a bluff by Anjem Choudary because the opposite is
that there are a large number of traitors in the UK and possibly the
USA.

Andrew Swallow
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