President Donald Trump had quite a rough beginning of his presidency. Many would agree that he is the best thing that has happened to our country. American voters trust President Trump, and world leaders are already aware of his determination to make America great again. But, nobody thought that Prince Charles will come out with such statement.
Prince Charles is convinced that people had forgotten the dangers of World War II. According to him, people should have remembered all the lessons and apply them later in life.
The Prince of Wales held a speech at a fundraiser for World Jewish Relief. He didn’t forget to mention the struggle Ben Helfgott dealt with. If by any chance you don’t now his story, Helfgott is a Holocaust survivor and former Olympic weightlifting champion.
“The work of World Jewish Relief enables us to rally together to do what we can to support people practically, emotionally and spiritually. Particularly at a time when the horrific lessons of the last war seem to be in increasing danger of being forgotten,” Prince Charles said.
Many tried to say that the Prince is trying to disapprove the immigration ban. We all remember the anger Democrats poured out after President Donald Trump signed the executive order.
President Trump made the right choice at the time he ordered the travel ban. This order applied to the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries. Illegal immigrants were barred for three months.
Let’s go back to the speech Prince Charles held. He warned that Helfgott and his struggle should be a lesson for each of us. “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,” said the Prince.
World Jewish Relief is an agency created to help Jews across the world, and Prince Charles became its patron in 2015.
“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,” Prince Charles explained.
What do you think about this? Do you think Prince Charles was trying to say something else?