State of Confusion


Prince George continues to do normal things that any two year old does and the media continues to be amazed by this. This week, we were bombarded with pictures of his first day at nursery.

It’s like that movie The Truman Show, where a bloke’s life, from the moment of his birth, is filmed by thousands of cameras and broadcast around the world.

In this real-life UK version, the boy isn’t owned by a corporation, he’s owned by the nation and paid for by the British taxpayer.

The Royal Family are Britain’s, nationalised celebrities. The only difference between The Truman Show and the Royals is that in the film, Truman didn’t automatically become the Head of State and Supreme Governor of the Church of England.

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