The Prince of Wales & Climate Change Action

The Prince of Wales & Climate Change Action

The subject of climate change and proposed human intervention is one that has created deep divisions amongst Australians. Whilst it is not a matter that falls within our mandate, we have nevertheless become enmeshed because of the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in promoting action and the resulting implications this may have to the future of our system of constitutional monarchy.

Members will be well aware that I have expressed concerns over many years to his Royal Highness pointing out that as he is carrying out duties on behalf of the Queen it is incumbent on him not to make any comment on any matter of controversy and that his future subjects would obviously have differing opinions on differing issues all of which he must respect whether he agrees or not.

It is important for us, the Australian Monarchist League to be aware of the opinions of our support base on this issue and we would therefore very much appreciate your answering a couple of questions in any, sort of, survey. This will help us plan a pathway through this difficult time.

Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?

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  • Rod Jeanneret
    answered 2021-11-18 11:46:42 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Rod Jeanneret
    answered 2021-11-18 11:46:11 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • mike Cort
    followed this page 2021-11-18 11:37:07 +1100
  • H Williams
    answered 2021-11-18 10:46:37 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • H Williams
    answered 2021-11-18 10:46:26 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: Prince Charles should stick to his own vegetable patch., and stay out of politics
  • David McInnes
    answered 2021-11-18 10:41:15 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • David McInnes
    answered 2021-11-18 10:41:05 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: No chemical compound in the atmosphere has a worse reputation than CO2, thanks to the single-minded demonisation of this natural and essential atmospheric gas by advocates of government control and energy production like the idiot POW.

    The incredible list of supposed horrors that increasing carbon dioxide will bring the world is pure belief disguised as science.
    It has become a political and environment agenda item, but the science is not valid. There has been no warming for over 23 years.
    Instead, what little evidence there is for rising global temperatures points to a natural phenomenon within a developing eco-system.
  • H Williams
    answered 2021-11-18 10:31:18 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • H Williams
    answered 2021-11-18 10:30:46 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • David McInnes
    answered 2021-11-18 10:20:46 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • David McInnes
    answered 2021-11-18 10:20:24 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Brendon Hyde
    answered 2021-11-18 10:16:41 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: Over 75
  • Brendon Hyde
    answered 2021-11-18 10:14:19 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: Yes
  • Brendon Hyde
    answered 2021-11-18 10:13:59 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: Yes
  • Ben Moore
    answered 2021-11-18 09:56:38 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 31–40
  • Ben Moore
    answered 2021-11-18 09:54:31 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • Ben Moore
    answered 2021-11-18 09:54:22 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Eric Nitschke
    followed this page 2021-11-18 09:52:04 +1100
  • Andrew Banks
    answered 2021-11-18 09:25:47 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 61–75
  • Andrew Banks
    answered 2021-11-18 09:25:36 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: I am reasonablycomfortable with him expressing general concern for climate change, although I feel he would be better to steer clear of it as it has become so political and divisive. But I am strongly against him criticising particular countries, like Australia on their approach. It was wrong.
  • Andrew Banks
    answered 2021-11-18 09:22:00 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: Somewhat
  • Andrew Banks
    answered 2021-11-18 09:21:44 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: Somewhat
  • Andrew Banks
    answered 2021-11-18 09:20:43 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: Yes
  • John Macaulay
    answered 2021-11-18 09:19:00 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 41–50
  • John Macaulay
    answered 2021-11-18 09:18:51 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: HRH should be encouraged to take a public stance on important matters of social morality. While this issue is already being championed, there are dozens of more pressing priorities society is currently contending with which warrant the unique attention of his high office. Jumping on this particular bandwagon appears to offer a faux-leadership, sacrificing little more than the support of those who esteem the unique role of the Royal Family as an enduring institution better suited to engaging long term national & international trends than the latest, passing ideological fad.
  • Kenneth Barnes
    followed this page 2021-11-18 09:10:47 +1100
  • John Macaulay
    answered 2021-11-18 09:10:37 +1100
    Q: Do you support the advocacy of the Prince of Wales in regard to action on climate change?
    A: No
  • John Macaulay
    answered 2021-11-18 09:09:54 +1100
    Q: Do you agree with the Morrison government’s position of net zero emissions by 2050?
    A: No
  • Herbert Mailey
    answered 2021-11-18 09:09:41 +1100
    Q: Please can you indicate your age group
    A: 41–50
  • Herbert Mailey
    answered 2021-11-18 09:09:25 +1100
    Q: Finally, can you briefly explain in one paragraph why you agree or disagree with the Prince of Wales on the matter of climate change?
    A: Climate change is a fraud and a weapon of mass distraction invented by communists / socialist elite; our politicians have fallen for it.
    The method is ideological subversion—the process of changing the perception of reality in the minds of millions of peoples. Call evil good and good evil, put darkness for light and light for darkness, as the Bible says (Isaiah 5:20-21).
    The main principle of ideological subversion is turning a stronger force against itself. The leading western countries are weak on the inside. Other nations see that western society is dying. They see opportunity. These nations are preparing for war while the western countries are battling each other over climate change, vaccine mandates, replacing police officers with social workers, and transgender rights in sports.
    Our future Monarch should stay away from such dangerous policies