Now that the matriarch of Britain's Windsor-Mountbatten crime family has finally been planted in the ground, the media jackals are busily ferreting out their next public distraction. So busy were they in fact, they missed a few stories of King Chuck getting acquainted with his royal subjects.
His Highness is apparently making it very clear that the neo-Feudalism espoused by himself and his friends at the World Economic Forum isn't simply political rhetoric.
Well, I suppose that a man who's capable of murdering his wife is capable of about anything. It is rather an interesting coincidence too that the Queen Mum chose to expire just as a documentary on Lady Diana Spencer was about to be released on the 25th Anniversary of her death. (For those Millennials and Zoomers reading, Diana was killed in a highly suspicious car crash in 1997). Polls in the UK show that between 1/3 and 2/5 of Britons have serious doubts about the Official Narrative. The last investigative documentary on Diana's death was filmed in 2011 and funded by the family of Dodi Fayed, was also killed in the crash. No major network in the UK or US ever broadcast it. At least there's plenty of tradition there for Neocons to admire too: Henry VIII was the most notorious (known) British monarch for killing wives and suppressing dissent. Charles has a way to go to match Henry's record on wives, but is well on the way to surpassing him in handling critics of the Crown. His ancestor, George III also set a fairly high bar in that regard.