Standing in front of a Christmas tree adorned with ornaments dedicated to sustainability, His Majesty King Charles III used every subtlety available to embellish the religious event with a political message that owes its allegiance, not to God, but to the Cult of Climate Change.
It was a decision that poisoned the King’s chances of approval before the speech had been heard, with #NotMyKing trending on Christmas Day.
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