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Prince Loopy

| Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2010

Rejoice, Church of Climatology! Your savior has revealed himself and is proclaiming his intentions to humanity -- in the form of Great Britain's Prince Charles.

In a new documentary, "Harmony," that NBC will air in November, he says he was put on Earth as Britain's future king to save the world, reports the Daily Mail. He also frets in the film about unbridled commerce destroying farmland and countryside, lamenting: "We seem to have lost that understanding of the whole of nature and the universe as a living entity."

Charles' delusions of personal grandeur are way 'round the bend beyond the eccentricity so often displayed by British royals. Witness his call in his June 9 speech at Oxford University for a Western pantheistic synthesis with Islam to counter Western capitalism and its exploitation of science. Yet it's his fellow climate alarmists who've perverted genuine science.

He's a "do as I say, not as I do" would-be savior, too. Charles, after all, significantly increased his "carbon footprint" by traveling to last year's Copenhagen climate summit aboard a royal jet instead of a commercial airliner.

If this is what the "divine right of kings" has devolved into today, perhaps it's time for Magna Carta 2.0.

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