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Charles and Camilla car students assault: video and photos explain why

Stories and News No. 287

I read that English students took to the streets in recent days to protest the threefold increase in tuition fees by the conservative government led by Prime Minister David Cameron.
In particular, I also read that Charles and Camilla were attacked while they were in the car. The latter was daubed with white paint and hit by stones, leaving fortunately unharmed the two and their driver.
The news and especially the video are around the world.
The thing that puzzles me more is, as usual, the press comment, the authoritative newspapers which should also authoritatively reflect about the reasons for the situation.
Most of the British media - among the many the Telegraph, the BBC and the Daily Mail, are in a choir on this one question: why did the police and security officers allowed the protesters to reach the Royal car?
That is a sensible query, but, in my humble opinion, there is another question that interests me most, which is apparently incredibly obvious.
Why have the students decided to attack Charles and Camilla’s car?
Why have they chosen His Royal Highness Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall?

The Story:

Once upon a time there was a land.
The year was 2010.
The land was considered one of the most advanced democracies in the world.
Yet, in the land considered one of the most advanced democracies in the world there were people who lived like kings.
There was the Queen

There was the Duke of Edinburgh

There was the Countess of Wessex

There was the Duke of York

There were Princes William and Harry

And there were Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla

A happy couple…

A very happy couple…

A very happy and extremely lucky couple…

Until someone more unfortunate than them knocked on the window of their fairy lives…

Here is the video:

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