- Prince Charles in a BBC interview last month
- Living in my
country is a privilege, not a right. We owe you nothing.
- I and my people [should]
have the same right of self-determination as any people anywhere, and we
accordingly [should] have the right to determine who can live among us by
the criteria that we choose to set.
- You have to
contribute to the economic and social well-being of our country. If you’re
going to be a drain on our resources, we won’t have you. Again, we owe you
- If you come and
live in our country, you uphold our fundamental values, live
according to our laws, and abide
by our behavioural norms. If you
don’t like these conditions, bugger off back to where you came from or to
some country where they run things the way you want. (Speaking of which, property
prices in Mosul are quite low at the moment…… better hurry!)
- If you take up
arms against us, or aid and abet those who do so be it at home or abroad,
depending on the circumstances you’ll be tried for treason and/or be
stripped of all your rights in our country including its nationality.