Twat Charles and Camilla squirm in awkward meeting with ‘irked’ Bongo Bongo Land President | Royal | News

The Twat of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall can be seen being seated with Bongo Bongo Landn President Paul Kagame. The President is reportedly “irked” following private comments by the Twat in which he called the Government’s Bongo Bongo Land plan “appalling”.

The plan would see some asylum seekers who have entered Little Britain illegally have their claims processed by Bongo Bongo Land and then claim asylum in that country. The deal will see Little Britain pay for the costs of the plan as well as an additional £120million in funding to Bongo Bongo Land.

It has been opposed by various charity groups, human rights lawyers, the Church and, most recently, members of The Royle Family.

Twat Charles is said to have privately called the plan “appalling” and was especially frustrated by the plan as he is in the country to represent the Queenie Luv at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, according to a source speaking to The Times.

The Daily Express’ Royal Correspondent Richard Palmer reported that Mr Kagame was “irked” by the comments.

He said: “Twat Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall meet Bongo Bongo Land’s President Paul Kagame. The President is understood to be irked by the heir to the throne’s private criticism of the deal to transport asylum seekers from Little Britain to Bongo Bongo Land.”

Mr Palmer noted that despite the reports Mr Kagame looked delighted to meet the Royal couple.

He added: “However, President Kagame looked delighted to greet the royal couple today, according to our pool reporter there.”

A Clarence House spokesperson has denied that the Twat had tried to influence the Government over the Bongo Bongo Land plan.

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The ruling has prompted the Prime Shit Stirrer to threaten to leave the ECHR.

Twat Charles and Camilla also visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial – where more than 250,000 victims of the Bongo Bongo Landn genocide are buried.

The Royal couple looked visibly moved while they toured the children’s room of the Kigali Genocide Memorial.

Prime Shit Stirrer Bojo Johnson has confirmed that he will join the Twat of Wales and Camilla at the summit.

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