Second Anniversary Of The End Of The World

It has been ten years since Prince Charles (who wants to move into an 828,000 square foot house) announced that the world would end in 2017 – unless everyone else gave up capitalism and consumerism.

Capitalism and consumerism have brought the world to the brink of economic and environmental collapse, the Prince of Wales has warned in a grandstand speech which set out his concerns for the future of the planet.

The heir to the throne told an audience of industrialists and environmentalists at St James’s Palace last night that he had calculated that we have just 96 months left to save the world.

Just 96 months to save world, says Prince Charles | The Independent

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44 Responses to Second Anniversary Of The End Of The World

  1. spike55 says:

    “that we have just 96 months left to save the world”

    So, Queen Liz will live another 8 years, then Charlie Horse takes the throne…

    … is that what he is saying ?

  2. Tel says:

    Siddhārtha Gautama grew up an Indian prince, born into wealth but who chose to walk away from all that and instead seek enlightenment, live a simple ascetic life, become a spiritual role model to others.

    On the other hand, Prince Charles is quite happy to remain wealthy while he makes others poor, wanting us to worship him for his silly doomsday predictions. His life serves as a warning to others.

  3. arn says:

    828000 sq foot is an interressting carbon footprint.

    It is probably 1000% higher than the one of those hollywood stars who
    never leave their air conditioned comfort zone(powered by co2)
    be it at home,in their car,in the studio or during weinsteins castings.
    They also didn”t left this zone once in decades to visit the homeless
    but all of a sudden they are 100% pro illegals and how they are treated.

    Funny thing :
    The Windsors(which is a fake name btw)
    though being multi billionaires,
    are getting each year millions of dollars from the tax payers to finance their lifestyle.
    They most probably were the first SJW”s ever
    and Sanders and Corbyn copied their working ethics.

    • Johansen says:

      …and “wind turbines” is big business in those parts…. does the royal family own a stake in Vestas? Something tells me to follow the money…

  4. Petit_Barde says:

    “last night that he had calculated that we have just 96 months left to save the world”

    This is an actual achievement since he calculated this with only 10 fingers.

    • JCalvertN(UK) says:

      Ah! But he has at least 10 servants, all of whom also have (at least) ten fingers.
      (Butler: “Fellow serfs, I have some good news and some bad news. First the good news, we will all be given overtime payments today. Now for the bad news. The prince has resolved he will count to up to 100 before midnight!”)

  5. radix2 says:

    Wow! Prince Charles almost sounds like the duke of Edinburgh (His Royal Virus). They must be related. I wish eugenicists knew how to lead by example. This controversy would resolve itself much sooner.

  6. Gamecock says:

    I can’t keep up with all the numbers of days/months/years we have left.

    I could start writing them down, but that would make me as nuts as them.

    • Henning Nielsen says:

      World saving always comes with an addendum in small writing;
      “Any timeframe for disaster may be extended with any number of months or years which is deemed suitable for keeping up the necessary fear and awe of the populace, in case a world-ending warning should happen to go past its best-before date.

  7. Gamecock says:

    ‘Capitalism and consumerism have brought the world to the brink of economic and environmental collapse.’

    An interesting concept that capitalism has brought us to the brink of economic collapse.
    Since capitalism brought us the economy in the first place. I wonder if he knows that?

    • R Shearer says:

      Monarchy is a great system for monarchs. For most people, independence is better.

      • GCSquared says:

        Are you sure? I’m beginning to wonder.

        At last with a monarch, you know who to string up. Getting “independence” in practice usually means you can’t find out who’s pulling them.

        • R Shearer says:

          Never quite sure of anything. I wouldn’t be too surprised to learn that the prince is someone’s puppet.

          At least we have the appearance of being able to vote our leaders into and out of office, as well as some term limits.

  8. Gerald Machnee says:

    Did any of the audience stand up and tell him he is full of it?
    The problem with these presentations is most of them do not allow questions or comments. You have to hand in your questions ahead of time.

    • rah says:

      Anyone with a few years under their belt and a couple of functioning brain cells already knows that Charles is “full of it” and they don’t mean brains. Heck his own mother knows that is the case.

  9. JCalvertN(UK) says:

    I suspect his main objection to the modern economy is aesthetic. He hates modernist buildings and the fact that every beautiful landscape, vista and picturesque hamlet is blotted by cars and tourists.,0.1468163,3a,75y,277.43h,77.43t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1szRosQkRW7GzSC-oAhsTDEA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en

    Well, doing away with fossil fuels isn’t going to solve that ‘problem’! The proles, tourists, and the disgusting merchant classes will continue to blot the landscape with their private transport – whether it be electric vehicles, flying cars, or mag-lev scooters.

  10. Martin says:

    By comparison Prince Charles makes the late Dr Harold Camping look entirely sane and rational !!

  11. arn says:

    Here is great short video about the art of elegant parasitism,
    where the parasite claims to be symbiotic,indispensable and and needed while the only need
    is its need for money and fame.
    And 0.40 – 0:50 explains it using the demi god of good.
    And it is about global warming

    • Disillusioned says:


    • GCSquared says:

      Actually, the AGW scare wasn’t started by scientists, but by public “intellectuals” like Crispen Tickell and pumped by Al Gore, Bill Nye et al. This was actually marketing. The “science” part comes in from the funding agencies. The actual scientific discovery was that you could get more money from them for research if you mentioned climate warming, even noncommittally, in your papers. Then, all anyone had to do was to count up how many times “global warming” was mentioned in the scientific literature, so of course, someone did. Now media reporters could really pump the panic, to convince us that every scientist who so much as mentioned climate change in a study of the Milky Way had proven beyond a doubt that raising gas prices would lower world temperatures.

      BTW, I’m a firm believer in the inevitability of something like Thorstein Veblen’s leisure class, and I don’t even mind supporting them, so long as I can get value for my taxes. So knowledge or entertainment is ok, but the ones trying to promote blatant quackery badly need to be replaced.

  12. Gator says:

    Hmmmmm. I wonder if there is some special event that is to take place in the next 18 months? What might a devoted leftist global warming believer and profiteer be thing about? How could ordinary folks make a change large enough to save mankind by January of 2021? I just cannot figure it out.

    • arn says:

      I’ll answer your irony with:”The globalist could not afford another 4 year delay of a co2 tax and independant USA.
      In case they do not succeed to replace Trump with an open border,islam buttkissing,global warming guy globalism will get into serious trouble.
      ((but they are doing everything to prevent another “Trump Scenario” as a female top google manager admitted to project veritas))

      Small countries can be forced into subjugation,big ones can only be destroyed from within.

  13. Disillusioned says:

    The Borg know that as their ridiculous predictions fail, over time they will lose some of their believers. So they must constantly sell and market their fear porn. New World Order global statists are opportunists; they focus on those who don’t know any better – the young. They keep doing what works, over and over again.

    “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.” – Joseph Goebbels

  14. John F. Hultquist says:

    Note the phrase “he had calculated”
    Totally crazy: { X * Y, and lots of other algebra} = months left

    My guess:
    The auditor for the Prince of Wales (PofW) must of told him that his money was being spent faster than new money was coming in. Calculations must have showed that in 96 months all the Prince’s activities would have to be shut down.
    Can anyone think of any other sort of numbers the PofW would have had that he and the auditor could have used to make calculations?

    Hypothesis: Charlie would need money in 96 months so he was justifying more wind and solar projects behind his walls and trees. He needed the payments for the use of his lands.

  15. richard says:

    and yet the planet and deserts are greening from the increase in CO2.

  16. gnome says:

    That’s so unkind, picking on the afflicted. Sure he’s a feeble mind in a feeble body, but even the feeble have feelings.

    Charles the Feeble will go down in history as a significant figure, though more for his punctuation than any achievement.

  17. WxProf says:

    @Tony or anyone? Claim today:

    Alert, Nunavut, Canada—at latitude 82.5°N, the northernmost permanently inhabited spot on Earth—hit 69°F today (20.5°C) for the first time on record.

    Anybody know just how long their records are?

  18. Dave Ward says:

    Johansen asks: “Does the royal family own a stake in Vestas?”

    I don’t know the answer to that one specifically, but “The Crown Estate” has substantial interests in offshore wind farms:

    However, the financial benefits appear to go to the government:

    • Johansen says:

      Thanks Dave…. so the reigning monarch gets to keep 25% of the net from the Crown Estate – which owns vast wind farm assets and is building more

  19. Psalmon says:

    The Tour de France bike race will race over this pass in just about 10 days…if it isn’t snowing…snowing in the Alpes on July 15.


    • Stewart Pid says:

      Dr David Viner – the University of Easy Access climatologist “children just aren’t going to know what snow is” …. unless they go to the Alps in July ;-)

      • Psalmon says:

        Seriously. I don’t have the data at hand but I follow pro cycling…and the last several years have been very snowy in the Alpes. The Tour of Italy was disrupted by it. They almost were not able to open some of the roads to the mountain finishes.

        What is happening is the exact opposite of media reports and “studies” (as Tony repeatedly shows). I think even if glaciers started destroying European towns we’d be treated to lack of snow articles ad nausea. New York City could be wiped out and we’d get stories of heatwaves in New Jersey.

  20. rah says:

    It really is dire times for the climate alarmists but they just keep doubling and tripling down even though none of their predictions of catastrophe have or are coming to pass. All they can do is hope the memory and attention span of the masses is as short as they think they are.

  21. spren says:

    Long live the Queen.

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