On Prince Harry, Afghanistan, Iraq And Other Misbegotten Wars John Key Wants Us To Get Into.

Aotearoa: A Wider Perspective

Yesterday, Prime Minister John Key announced that “Prince” “I love the Army” Harry will arrive in New Zealand in May. It was a very timely announcement as Harry, who is leaving the army after 10 years, is a popular lad and John Key can do with some distracting “royal” entertainment.

Previous to his visit to New Zealand Harry will be propping up Tony Abbott’s waning popularity as he is also being pummelled in the popularity stakes.

Princes don’t pop up just because the take a gap year. Princes work full time for “the firm” that is the royal family, no matter what their hobby job is and their job is to create that happy feeling you get when you see your favourite boy strolling down the street having only eyes for you. And Harry sure is a strapping and unattached lad. And while his brother portrays the doting family man…

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