My Question is "Is this concern and caring for this area and its lifestyle, really real within the Prince or is it like his father Prince Phillip who simply acts like an environmentalist when it suits him to do so politically? Yes, he did help start World Wildlife Fund, but then he turns around and shoots endangered species in Africa for sport and ego. So, which is it???
My next question is "Is this where the 'blood drinking' comes from? Does Charles, like his mother and father indulge in such practices???" Is that why Elizabeth and Phillip are almost 100 years old and still healthy and alive. We did a blog on their blood drinking and murdering of little children. Lots of questions and no real answers.
If the royal family are really khazars from Khazaria, which they now admit they are, then it explains their cooperation and deep involvement with the Rothschild banker clan. How does that affect the rest of the world? Are they part of the attempt by the Khazars to take over control of the planet? Was their blood drinking of murdered little children, the reason they got kicked out of Mongolia which is a safe haven for regular criminals???
I believe they are by their previous acts, such as setting up NATO, the UN, and other international groups working only for the globalists and no sovereign nation per se. They did the same with the intel agencies for the US, British, and Israel. CIA, MI6 and Mossad all work for the globalists. Truman told us that when he left office. He said "I wish I had never signed off on the CIA, since they do not report to me. I have no idea what they are doing and I do not know who they do report to." That was a very revealing statement by Truman.
The current British Royals also felt the need to change their name from German to English name of Windsor so it sounded more British. There is some speculation that they are usurpers to the British throne and that the real heirs to the throne had to seek asylum in Australia. This is still a continuing journey of discovery and more yet to be revealed. The Princes love for that land may well be a contributing factor to why the Queen is going to by pass Charles for monarch in favor of his son William. We will see.....
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The Prince of Wales's 10-year battle to protect Dracula's home and his yearning for Transylvania
CHARLIE OTTLEY, The Daily Mail, UK
The last thing I expected was for Prince Charles to crack a joke about being descended from Dracula.
But when I spoke to him for my new TV show Wild Carpathia, he told me he can trace his ancestry back, through his great-grandmother Queen Mary, to the half-brother of Vlad the Impaler, the inspiration for Dracula. Prince Charles seemed quite amused by his dark lineage.
A friend took him to visit the monastery, near Bucharest, where Vlad is buried and showed him his grave. ‘So I do have a bit of a stake in the country,’ he joked. Prince Charles has been visiting Transylvania – the home of his infamous ancestor – for more than a decade and feels passionately that it’s the last corner of Europe where there’s still a real balance between mankind and nature.
Mysterious: Bran Castle, home of Vlad the Impaler
When I travelled to Romania earlier this year to make the programme, we stayed in the remote village of Zalanpatak, in a 400-year-old farmhouse and barn that have been restored for HRH by his friend, Count Tibor Kalnoky.
Transylvania has so much to teach us... It’s the last corner of Europe where we see true sustainability.
Sadly, if we don’t preserve this landscape, there’s a danger it will disappear within the next ten years. ‘Transylvania has so much to teach us,’ Prince Charles told me. ‘It’s the last corner of Europe where we see true sustainability. We must learn from that before it’s too late.
10-year battle: Prince Charles
That’s why Prince Charles has been working with Count Tibor to restore some of these beautiful houses, not only to preserve local skills, but to promote responsible tourism so people have a means of supplementing their incomes. If you wander through villages like Viscri, now designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site, you see a landscape much like England was in the Middle Ages. Yet it’s a way of life that’s being destroyed.
From the air, you can see great swathes of deforestation. HRH kindly allowed us to film him at Birkhall, his home at Balmoral – because that’s the Carpathian landscape of the future if they continue cutting down trees at the present rate. The Scottish Highlands are undoubtedly beautiful, but they are barren. Yet this was once the ancient Forest of Caledon, with wolves, bears, lynx and European elk.
But bears and other big carnivores need vast tracts of wilderness, linked by corridors that let them migrate and move freely. The wilderness, on the other hand, needs large carnivores because they keep the ecosystem in balance. Without wolves at the top of the food chain, deer and chamois stray down from the mountains, damaging crops and the shoots of trees that support countless species of birds, butterflies and flowers.
In one Carpathian meadow you can find 60 different flowers in one square metre – I counted six different orchids alone. That’s because the land has never been fertilised or sprayed. And in May, when we were there, the high alpine pastures are a stunningly beautiful sea of white daffodils.
However, these days lots of villages have been abandoned and wonderful houses and medieval fortified churches are crumbling into decay. After the fall of Communism, many Transylvanian families moved to the West, leaving everything behind. Those small farmers who remain are custodians of the landscape and their survival ensures the survival of this place. But they’re poor.
Understandably, if they can’t get fair prices for what they produce by traditional methods, they’ll be tempted by intensive farming – with all that means for the environment. Prince Charles believes it’s vital that Transylvanian farmers continue living in harmony with the natural world – and that we in the West also put nature back at the heart of the way we produce our food.
‘The great thing about Transylvania,’ he told me, ‘is that unique relationship between man and his surroundings.’ Because that’s what’s missing from our own society. ‘People yearn for a sense of belonging, identity and meaning,’ he went on. ‘It’s in us but we’ve denied it and discarded it as if it’s irrelevant. It isn’t.’
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