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Prince Charles Delivers A Stern Warning To Every Republican Who Supports Trump

Prince Charles has warned the lessons of the Second World War are in “increasing danger” of being forgotten.

Speaking at a fundraiser for World Jewish Relief, a humanitarian agency, the Prince of Wales remembered the “indescribable persecution” endured by Holocaust survivor and former Olympic weightlifting champion Ben Helfgott.

The Prince, who recently issued a veiled warning over the election of Donald Trump, said it was his grandmother’s sheltering of a Jewish family which inspired his work with a range of faiths.

“The work of World Jewish Relief enables us to rally together to do what we can to support people practically, emotionally and spiritually,” the royal, who was appointed patron of the charity in 2015, told a crowd of hundreds.

“Particularly at a time when the horrific lessons of the last war seem to be in increasing danger of being forgotten”.

The royal suggested Helfgott’s experience of persecution served as a reminder for not overlooking history, saying: “To meet Ben, and others who, like him, have endured indescribable persecution, is to be reminded of the danger of forgetting the lessons of the past.”

The Prince applauded the work the charity, which was established to support those fleeing Nazi Germany, did with impoverished Jews in Ukraine as well as those escaping the atrocities of Syria and Rwanda.

“It is about supporting local communities with what they feel they need and not about imposing solutions from outside.”

“World Jewish Relief shows us how vital it is to learn lessons from the horrors of the past,” he later added.

Rafi Cooper, the charity’s director of communications, told The Independent: “His Royal Highness provides a timely reminder that we need to reach within and beyond our own community, regardless of faith – a message that our Jewish values and history teach us is essential to avoid the horrors of the past being repeated.”

The Prince’s reference to “the horrific lessons of the last war” are reported to have been viewed by some in the room as a “thinly-veiled criticism” of Mr Trump. The President has prompted global condemnation for his immigration ban in recent days. Last week, the billionaire property developer signed an executive order suspending the entire US refugee admissions system for 120 days, halting the Syrian refugee programme indefinitely, and banning entry for people from seven Muslim-majority countries.

At the end of last year, the Prince issued a warning over the “rise of populism” in a seemingly cloaked reference to the election of Mr Trump and the rise of the far-right in Europe. Although he did not mention any politicians by name, he said there were “deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s” and “evil” religious persecution was occurring across the world.

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  1. Susan

    December 19, 2019 at 2:18 am

    Americans do not care what Charles has to say. We say ‘correct your own house before criticizing ours!

  2. Brenda brigham

    December 19, 2019 at 8:22 am

    What is your problem his daughter and grandchildren are Jewish also and he built the new Jewish building for the Jewish people in Israel .whayt is your problem most of his friends are Jewish ,maybe you should talk to democrats that ruin everything .you should call our president if your bothered he has brought our country to something .you need to talk to our president ,he has built out country a miracle the stock market jumped 10,000 points ,blacks have best jobs ever and more working more women are working ever ,I don’t remember write now it’s 1 a.m

  3. Jim McConnell

    December 19, 2019 at 11:27 am

    Who cares what this moron from England says, he is a nobody, a leech to tax payers in England, he needs to remember this ahole would be speaking German now if it was not for the USA Military saving England from Hitler, how and why tax payers support this worthless low life is beond normal thinking!

  4. David Ring

    December 20, 2019 at 8:28 am

    Your family condemn to death hundreds of thousands of Jews, by denying them entry to Palestine during WW2


    December 20, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    Why Don’t you find a rock to crawl under and Die!!!!!

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