The Prince Of Shame

Prince Andrew, Duke of York KG, GCVO, CD, ADC
Son of Queen Elizabeth II, a member of the British Royal Family.

This is how they would like you to see him; wearing military uniform, and looking upstanding and responsible.

But we all know that he is nothing of the kind. His friends Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislane Maxwell have both been convicted of procuring underage girls for sex. Epstein died in prison, (almost certainly ‘silenced’) and Maxwell is awaiting sentencing for her personal involvement in five sex crimes.

The same sex crimes that our Prince of Shame was a part of.

Yet he refuses extradition to America to face trial.
He refuses to cooperate with any further investigations.

This is the man who invited Epstein and Maxwell to stay at the royal residence of Balmoral.
This is the man who accompanied them to parties where he had sex with underage teen girls.
This is the man who used his position of influence to protect Epstein and Maxwell for years.

Now he is protected himself. By privilege, by The Royal Family, by the British Establishment, by The British Government.

He truly is The Prince of Shame, and makes a mockery of justice.

One rule for them, another for the rest of us.

It is simply disgusting.

51 thoughts on “The Prince Of Shame

  1. Money, position, and privilege always seem to shroud horrible behavior, Pete. It is shameful. We would like to believe no one is above the law but time and time again, we are taught that simply is not true.

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    1. The same thing happened with Trump, after the storming of the Capitol. Presidential privilege is much the same as Royal privilege. It’s unacceptable to me.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. It is disgusting and he should be taken to court for his crimes. Instead he hides behind Mummy at Windsor and refuses to come out. He instructed his lawyers to ‘evade, evade, evade’ when Virginia Guiffre’s lawyers were trying to serve him papers. How would he feel if some disgusting man had done the same to his own underage daughters at the time?

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    1. The double standards are just breathtaking, Stevie. The Royals claim to be ‘modern’ now, so should give him up for extradition. He says he is innocent, so why not prove that in court? That’s what I would do, if I was falsely accused.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  3. Well, you’ve probably heard of the shenanigans of the Spanish royal family. And yet, the government keeps protecting them all. In any case, you are right. It’s a shame, especially in this day and age. Things have to change. Thanks, Pete.

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