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Pnince William's partial Armenian-Indian genetic line.

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  • Pnince William's partial Armenian-Indian genetic line.

    LONDON—New genetic tests have revealed that Prince William’s ancestors were part-Armenian, part-Indian, reported The Times of London.
    DNA analysis has helped researchers prove the Duke of Cambridge’s great-great-great-great-great-grandmother Eliza Kerwark was half-Indian.
    Kewark, is Armenian for George, or Kevork. So, we have a future king of England having mini-mini part of Armenian and Indian heritage!!!!

    Princess Diana’s maternal aunt Mary Roach told The Times: ‘I always assumed that I was part-Armenian so I am delighted that I also have an Indian background.’
    Although often described as Armenian, DNA analysis has revealed that she was at least half-Indian and is known to have lived in the country’s western region.

    Last edited by gegev; 07-31-2013, 02:57 AM.

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    Re: Pnince William's partial Armenian-Indian genetic line.

    Originally posted by gegev View Post
    So, we have a future king of England having mini-mini part of Armenian and Indian heritage!!!!
    This type of stories have to be seen in the context that they are made.

    I see this as the continuation of the bitterness relating to the acrimonious divorce of Prince Charles and Diana.

    As you may know at the time the country was divided "50/50" with perhaps Diana having an edge, sympathy vote if you like.

    Over time Diana’s followers have dispersed and her story is a faint memory.
    Her replacement is well accepted in the eyes of the public.
    Diana’s non presence on the battlefield has not helped her cause !!

    However the British Monarchy is unforgiving towards those who have sought to damage its interests.

    A very good example of this is the abdication of King Edward VIII.
    The family bitterness never subsided.
    Both him and his mistress/wife were subject to non flattering stories.

    Another example

    This type of stories are part of discrediting the memory of Diana.

    To put this into some context, Queen Victoria's husband (Prince Albert ) was German.
    The Father of Prince Charles (Prince Philip) is "Greek". Of course there is no such thing as Greek royal blood.
    The Kings of Greece were Princes imported from Germany so Prince Philip is from German stock.

    I have never heard Germans boasting about the British Royal house being German, not even during WW II .

    But Armenians will tear their pants off with excitement at such (stupid) stories.

    Time we grew up and treated such stories not as flattery to the Armenians but look deeper as to its intentions.

    Last edited by londontsi; 07-31-2013, 04:17 PM.
    Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
    Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
    Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests