The recent trip to Jamaica and south America by Harry Windsor - supposedly to promote British business - was summed up by the young parasite himself. He said it was "a gas."
I wonder if the inhabitants of a Jamaican shanty town thought it was a gas when it was under lockdown because this man was within 10 miles of the place, or whether the people living in a Brazilian favella thought it was a gas when it was surrounded by the army because this member of the Windsor family happened to be nearby.
Any thinking person knows that the institution we know as the monarchy is anti-democratic, parasitic and anachronistic. It has no place in a supposed modern and democratic society.
But supported by the media, which try to convince the rest of us that the new modern bunch of parasites are just ordinary lads and lassie, the Windsors are gearing up for a lavish party in the summer.
We are all expected to celebrate a Golden Jubilee that will see the Establishment fawning over anything or anyone that has the slightest connection to Elizabeth Windsor and her family.
While "normal folk" suffer vicious cuts in the public-service sector, old people had their winter heating payments cut, the young jobless total hits a record high and people are expected to work without receiving wages, the Windsors can carry on being the biggest recipients of welfare benefits in this country, safe in the knowledge that the Establishment loves them.
We certainly have a fight on our hands if we are going to rid our country of these layabouts, but we have to keep on trying.