Prince Charles claimed yesterday that many of those involved in last week's riots had joined gangs as 'a cry for help'.
He made clear his belief that many of Britain's social ills could be put down to a lack of 'self-confidence and self-esteem'.
Poor babies! I bet to differ with the gormless heir, though. If anything, these products of progressivism have too much self-confidence and self-esteem, esteeming no one more than themselves, and, little amoral solipsists that they are, confident they can do whatever they please.
Asked for his thoughts on what lay behind some of the troublemakers' actions, he said: 'Half the problem is that people join gangs because it's a cry for help and they're looking for a sense of belonging.' ...
But then, who am I to disagree with "Dr." Charles Windsor, PhD (perfectly half-witted dude)?