One’s Own Royal Cash

A recent article by The Sun newspaper says the Queen of England plans to fund £500k Sandringham repairs… wait for it… “with her own cash”.

Whoopie dooo! But wait, you mean as opposed to applying for a poverty grant?

Queen Requests Poverty Grant To Heat Palaces

Forgive me for not minding my princes and queens, but isn’t that a bit… morally self removing?

Hang on, let me universally translate:

The sick and poorly must sacrifice their wellbeing for the Queen’s extravagant comfort.

Yes, read that headline again, you’ve probably forgotten already.

Didn’t she also recently buy a $7.9m apartment in New York… with her own cash?

Now, if either you or I were to make a claim for a Poverty Grant and then buy up a $7.9m apartment in New York, we would expect the Serious Fraud squad to arrive on our doorsteps rather quick.

Yet of course, the Queen and Monarchy in general are obviously exempt from such things like serious jail time and erm… abolishment.

Holy golly gosh, who’s wearing what, who smiled at who, guess what she said and did you know this little tit for tat tut tut…. pish.

Honestly, all these cheap and cheerful royal family soap opera articles are designed only to distract from her unpopular image and to manufacture a popular image instead.

Who cares what her Corgis have for breakfast?

Crumbs. Has she considered selling Canada? Or perhaps Australia? That might pay for a few things.

I find it disgusting how the monarchy keep this plastic and almost satirical media narrative going in a pathetic attempt to justify their own existence.

You’ve got to see the blatant farce here. Reverse psychology? More like reverse parking.

Apparently the Queen is estimated to be worth around £300m, at this time and costs the public purse £36.2m each year, including £359,000 paid directly by the Government to Prince Philip.

Budget flights look great on camera, don’t they? Imagine all the Champagne you can buy now!

Say “CHEESE”.