Kate Middleton and William Should Rule England 10 Reasons Why

England really needs a new politics. The West has adopted one version or another of democracy and it has become all too predictable. Maybe it’s time England broke from the pack. Restore authority to Queen Elizabeth right now, then let it pass down to Charles, and then – the ultimate point of all this – to William and Kate Middleton. As a matter of fact, what the world would really like is a way to collapse that process somehow, so that William and Kate – and, somehow, Harry – can not just reign but rule over England. Can this be arranged? Perhaps someone can explain to the Queen that Kate Middleton tracks better. Having inaugurated the practice of knighting pop stars, the Queen surely should understand the principle at stake here. What are the advantages? There are 10 reasons why.

1) THEY’RE ALL SO PRETTY

Kate, William, Harry.
Oooh!
Ahhh!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2) THE WILLIAM & HARRY RELATIONSHIP COULD BECOME A POWER STRUGGLE

The boys get along wonderfully now – with nothing at stake.  Now introduce – Absolute Power!  There can only be one King. Film at eleven.

The family structure of royalty, their internicine conflicts, all the plotting, all the gnashing of teeth…this has been the best copy in the world since before Agamemnon took his bath. Why expect it to stop now? It’s not as though the Royals have been exactly lacking in this direction, even without Absolute Power.

We just think Absolute Power would make it all that much more entertaining.

There can only be one.

3) SECRET POLICE

Here, as in so many areas, the Royals might take a lesson from an earlier Harry, and from the first Elizabeth.  Elizabeth might not have sent Bond, but she sure sent somebody. It was common practice for monarchs to flood their societies with secret police. You had to be real careful what you said about the King in the local pub.

Don’t even think about it, mate.

4) THE TOWER

The Tower used to really mean something. Let’s give it that special something back.

Once upon a time, people’s relationship with the Tower was deeply personal. It represented a possible personal fate. Especially if you were prone to talking crap about the King.

Because the nail-scratches in the walls that people see for the next five hundred years? Those could be your nail-scratches.

Start with the paparazzi, then the terrorist agitators, then the rioters, then Damien Hirst. We’ll have England tidied up in no time.

5) SUPPRESSING THE IRISH

Well, why not suppress the Irish?

 

6) SUPPRESSING THE SCOTS

I could have reversed the order. The point is, you’re suppressing something other than just your emotions.

Have Q work up something nasty for when they bare their bums.

Sorry, No.

 

7) INVADING FRANCE

Britain and France have cooperated on everything from the Concorde to the Chunnel. They’ve fought beside each other, more or less, through two World Wars. Together, they were instrumental in building the new Europe.

The element of surprise is completely with you now.

Just look at that coastline. See any guards over there?

While France Slept

8) “BUT I WAS BORN A BASTARD!”

We don’t know what the Royals really do in their private time. But we’re willing to bet that, somewhere around London, there’s a bastard. He’s bitterly resentful about being shunned, especially since Absolute Power is now at stake. Maybe he’s even a hunchback, or otherwise ill-formed. But it would work if he were really good looking -even cuter than Will & Kate!

It’s time for him to step up.

The only thing we want is a promise. Some time before the ax falls, but preferably in the moment of his defeat and capture, he has to cry out “But I was born a bastard!”

 

9) HARRY HAS AN ARMY

Well, he could, couldn’t he? Who, in a crunch, would the British military really fight for? David Cameron? Or their good buddy, the Prince, who kept them all so well plied with drink and dancing girls?

 

10) PARLIAMENT IS A BORE

Parliament might have been a grand idea once, but it has gone bad in the teeth. When is the last time you heard of something good coming out of Parliament? When someone says “Parliament,” who even thinks about…the Parliament, rather than P/Funk? No wonder British youth riot so much. Their primary legislative body doesn’t track as well as an American funk band. When this can happen, your country has truly lost its mojo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clearly, the British “Nuclear Option” is to scrap whatever stuffy document it was that moved England from really having Kings and Queens to our present age of dull people in dull suits walking around harumphing self-importantly. On a good day, they shout at each other.

Come on, England! Let’s get medieval on these fellows. Off with their heads!

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