The President and The Prince
According to sources, Prince Charles was in Washington to apologize for a big mistake his mother had made a few decades earlier when she got involved in the Canadian water swindle and his visit to Washington is part of the ongoing Water War Crimes cover up and murders that recently led to a high level shake up in Canada that took place in the days following the high level meeting on January 30, 2015 between Canadian Foreign Minister, John Baird, US Secretary of State, John Kerry, and Mexican Foreign Minister, Jose Antonio Meade.
On his return to Canada, John Baird suddenly resigned, announced he was leaving politics forever and, then, paid a high level visit to London to confer with Queen Elizabeth and former British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell who is Canada's Ambassador to London and who was deeply involved in the Water War Crimes cover up and other alleged corruption that makes him generally reviled figure in British Columbia.
The alleged role of Queen Elizabeth and her husband is a secret scheme to loot Canada's water export revenues and gouge thirsty Americans came to the attention of Canadian and American authorities in 2011 after insiders reported the fact to Mr. Carten who promptly reported his information to Prime Minister Harper and his colleagues who verified the information with Canadian intelligence agencies.
The matter was extremely serious because, if the information was correct, then Queen Elizabeth had violated her Coronation Oath, a technical forfeiture of the Throne, and engaged in an act of war against the United States, the best friend and greatest ally of Canada.
As this web site reported at the time, Prime Minister Harper asked UK Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Ottawa to discuss the issue while at the same time he held private meetings with American officials and then a symbolic meeting with President Obama on December 7, 2011. Students of American history well know that December 7 is symbolically known as "a day of infamy" because it marks the sneak attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbour on December 7, 1941. It was apparent that Prime Minister Harper and President Obama were sending a symbolic message to the Royal Family.
Prince Charles has been an advocate of water exports between Canada and the USA and he coined the phrase "water harvesting" in a speech he made in Newfoundland during his 11 visit to Canada in November 2009 when he encouraged Canadians to regard water as a renewable resource like hay or wheat that could be profitably harvested and sold. (See Queen Elizabeth and the Water War Crimes Page and scroll down to Another Royal Co-incidence to read about Prince Charles water export advocacy).