Friday, June 22, 2018

Who Is Ruling United Kingdom - PM Theresa May or Prince Williams? Feminists Won't Like This Video

The table Prime Minister Theresa May is shaking actually have millions of powerful women sitting on it, and guess what? These powerful women won't like the outcome, not now, not ever, and not when feminazis are trying everything possible to change the status-quo and probably reinvent the wheel, hmmmm....

Prime Minister Theresa May gave Prince William a very deep curtsy as she welcomed him at a ceremony at the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre.

The cringe-worthy moment was spotted as the Duke of Cambridge attended the event along with 300 supporters, staff and dignitaries.

He praised the new £300million armed forces trauma and rehabilitation centre during a ceremony gifting the facility to the nation.

Prince William was patron of the funding appeal to establish the centre, which has been purpose-built at the Stanford Hall Estate, Nottinghamshire.

"Looks like she's about to sit on the floor," one social media user wrote.

"Bit of an awkward curtsy Theresa," another said.

It will provide world-class rehabilitation facilities for service personnel who have suffered major trauma or injury.

Its rehabilitation services are being transferred from Headley Court, Surrey, which has treated the nation's service personnel for more than 70 years - most recently many of those veterans gravely wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

A national civilian facility for the NHS is also being proposed for the same site.

The DNRC was the idea of the late 6th Duke of Westminster, Gerald Grosvenor, who led the £300million fundraising drive with a personal gift of £70million.

Following the duke's death in 2016, his son, the 7th Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor, carried out the duty of handing over the DNRC as a gift to the nation during the ceremony, with Prime Minister Theresa May accepting it on the UK's behalf.

She called it "an extraordinary gift" and spoke of Stanford Hall Estate providing "the next generation of rehabilitative care".

William paid tribute to the fundraising and support which had made the centre a reality, addressing a crowd which included the Crown Prince of Bahrain, the Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir Nicholas Carter and historian Dan Snow.

The prince said: "I have seen the growth of an idea transfer into what we see today - and it is a rare and immensely satisfying thing to have witnessed."

He also spoke of getting hands-on with some of the construction, demolishing a building in front of his son.

William added: "George was at an age at the time that he loved seeing the digger in action, so it did my street cred as a father the world of good."

But reflecting on those who would be directly benefiting from the centre's impressive-looking treatment buildings, the prince said: "At every stage, I have been inspired by people who have triumphed in adversity after some very serious wounding."

Speaking of the ongoing work to bring civilian NHS treatment work on-site, he added: "The opportunity to extend to civilians what has been done on the defence side of the rehabilitation estate is central to what Gerald Westminster set out to achieve - he told me that he viewed it as the 'big prize'.

"I should, along with many others here today, very much like to see that opportunity come to pass.

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