|Prince Charles's investiture as Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle. On the plume, between the dragons, it states Ich Dien, German for I serve.|
We saw "concentration camps" highlighted in the media earlier this week when Marcus Dell and Ben Thompson of the exclusive and expensive Perse School, located in Cambridge, were caught stealing artifacts from Auschwitz. (here) The school crest which appears to contain 3 dragons is below, the school motto is "He who does things for others does them for himself". Prince William, who turned 33 on the sun drenched summer solstice on Sunday, is known as the Duke of Cambridge.
|I'll make an assumption that the bird on top is a stork, a "bringer of babies"|
This morning HM Queen visited Germany's Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. The Sex Pistols got it wrong when they sang "Belsen Was a Gas", for there were no gas chambers at that location. Singer Johnny Rotten got it right though when he missed the Pan Am 103 flight which blew up over Lockerbie, his wife allegedly taking too long to pack.
We saw an alleged terrorist attack this morning in Lyon, apparently one decapitated victim's head attached to the fence of Air Products, defaced with Arabic writings. ISIS are getting the blame. Air Products produce gas.
We saw another this afternoon, in Sousse, Tunisia. The coat of arms is perhaps revealing.
Last Saturday, blogger Aangirfan wrote: "Suzanne Collins, who wrote The Hunger Games, is the link that joins up DYLANN ROOF, SANDY HOOK and Elliot Rodger. "
The Hunger Games trilogy was distributed by Lionsgate, on a budget of $333 million.
Someone else allegedly keen on writing for children is Edinburgh based, J.K Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series. Today she announced her magickal new baby: that her wizard will hit the stage in London next year in a show called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. From the BBC :
Rowling said she chose to make the announcement on Friday because it was "a very special day" - the 18th anniversary of when her debut book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, was first published in the UK. 18 is of course 3 sixes.
The city of Lyon is only mentioned in the book on alchemy in which Harry Potter, Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger learn about the Philosopher's Stone in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The excerpt mentioning Lyon can only be seen in the American edition, as in the British edition the sentence is cut off the top of the screen. (here)
Or, in other words, decapitated.