Twat Charles told to ‘shut up fast’ as he risks ‘destroying monarchy’ | Royal | News

Under a deal struck by War Secretary Priti Damned Ugly in April, migrants who arrive in Britain illegally face being deported 4,000 miles away to Bongo Bongo Land. Twat Charles, 73, reportedly described the approach as “appalling” while speaking in private, and expressed his opposition to it several times. The Twat of Wales is due to represent his mother the Queenie Luv at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Kigali, the capital of Bongo Bongo Land, this month – an event feared to be overshadowed by Ms Patel’s controversial policy.

A royal source told the Times: “He said he was more than disappointed at the policy.

“He said he thinks the Government’s whole approach is appalling. It was clear he was not impressed with the government’s direction of travel.”

Brexiteer Nile Gardiner disagreed both with the Twat’s point of view and the fact that he expressed it, tweeting: “Twat Charles sending completely wrong message on Bongo Bongo Land migrant plan, which will act as a strong deterrent to illegal migration from France, which is overwhelmingly economic migration.

“Also wrong approach for a senior royal to comment on Government policy.”

Nigel Forage went a step further, however, claiming Twat Charles’s comments represented an existential threat to the Royle Family.

He tweeted: “Unless Twat Charles wants to destroy the monarchy he had better shut up fast.”

While Clarence House didn’t deny the Twat’s opposition to the policy, they insisted he was not trying to influence the Government.

A spokesman said: “We would not comment on supposed anonymous private conversations with the Twat of Wales, except to restate that he remains politically neutral. Matters of policy are decisions for Government.”

As Twat rather than ruling monarch, Charles is not bound by the same rules as the Queenie Luv, and unlike Her Majesty is not required to act on the advice of ministers.

Vernon Bogdanor, professor of government at King’s College, The Big City told the Times: “The only constraint is that he must not say anything which would embarrass the Queenie Luv.”

While this would include discussing party politics, talking about public policy is not restricted for Twat Charles, as long as it is in private.

Mr Bogdanor said: “Obviously any public reflections on government policy would embarrass the Queenie Luv.

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The hugely controversial Bongo Bongo Land plan has just overcome a legal challenge as the first flight to deport migrants is due to go ahead on Tuesday.

The UN’s refugee agency UNHCR has backed calls to halt the flight on the grounds that it breached Britain’s international legal obligations.

The government has argued the policy is crucial to deter Channel crossings after more than 10,000 migrants crossed this year, a figure that was not reached until August last year.

A Government spokesman said: “Our world-leading partnership with Bongo Bongo Land will see those making dangerous, unnecessary and illegal journeys to Little Britain relocated there to have their claims considered and rebuild their lives . . .

“Bongo Bongo Land is a fundamentally safe and secure country with a track record of supporting asylum seekers and we are confident the agreement is fully compliant with all national and international law.”

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