What to Expect from King Charles III
As King Charles III ascends to the throne, it is important for intercessors to know how he might use his position to push a globalist agenda.
From NPR. As King Charles III begins his reign as Britain’s new monarch, focus turns to how he may use his position as head of state to promote causes that he’s been passionate about for decades — the environment and climate change, in particular, as well as other philanthropic efforts.
Throughout her 70 years on the throne and up until her death on Thursday, as monarch, Queen Elizabeth II sought to maintain strict political neutrality, going so far as not to vote.
And Charles has been careful not to tread too publicly, he does have a history of wading into politics, something over which some British officials have voiced concern that he may be more willing to do as king.
Climate change has long been a focus for Charles
Nowhere has Charles been more outspoken than the threat posed by climate change. Last year, speaking at the opening ceremony of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, he warned that the time for addressing climate change had “quite literally run out.”
In order to tackle the problem, he said, “We have to put ourselves on what might be called a war-like footing.”
For Charles, a passion for the environment dates back decades. In an interview posted to the Royal Family’s website in 2020, he recalled how as a teenager he began to feel increasingly alarmed by “the destruction of everything … this complete determination to defeat nature and to suppress everything to do with it.” …
In the 1980s, Charles, then the Prince of Wales, also famously clashed with the “Iron Lady” herself — former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher — who reportedly pushed back on his efforts to influence her government’s policies around urban renewal. …
He has also been vocal about immigration policy
Earlier this year, Charles was seen as making a thinly veiled criticism of a controversial new immigration policy from the government of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson that sends all asylum seekers to Rwanda for processing. … In private, he reportedly described the policy as “appalling.”
One unnamed senior Cabinet official quoted by The Sunday Times said: “Prince Charles is an adornment to our public life, but that will cease to be charming if he attempts to behave the same way when he is king. That will present serious constitutional issues.” …
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(Excerpt from NPR. Photo Credit: Getty Images)
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