The British Royal family have a deep and disturbing history of being Nazi sympathisers and had a pioneering role in the development and profiteering from the African Slave Trade, so can someone please explain what Meghan saw in Harry, and why she expected that she and her future children were going to be treated as equals? I don’t buy it for one second.
As an African-American woman who is educated and is use to carrying out research for her acting roles, I find it hard to believe that Meghan Markel decided to court Prince Harry and become a member of the Royal Family with her eyes firmly shut.
The Windsor’s, better known as the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, which is their true German ancestral surname, have a long and disturbing history to Nazi ideology and the African Slave Trade. (A brief history of the British Royals and their alleged Nazi connections & The British Royal Family Supported Hitler and the Nazis & The British monarchy’s involvement in slavery)
Meghan’s husband and father of her children attended a fancy dress party in full Nazi uniform and a Swastika armband when he was 20 years-old and one has to wonder whether she contemplated all of this before marrying him? (Apology for Harry’s Nazi outfit falls on deaf ears)
Did Meghan and her celebrity African -American friends such as Oprah and Reverend Al Sharpton, find it easy attending a wedding associated with members of the European elite who has murdered and plundered their way to riches on the dead bodies of Africans for centuries? Oprah will not ask this question.
So now that Harry has chosen to share the allegation that someone in the Royal Family was concerned about “how dark” their son’s skin tone might be and that their children were not to have the same titles as other Royals, I do not understand why people are surprised. (Megan and Harry interview: I didn’t want to be alive anymore, duchess says)
Would Harry and Meghan have shared this if the Royal Family had supported them more? I think that this is more about an internal family feud about power rather than the issue of racism.
What conscious black woman would want to marry into the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha’s? I would argue not one who is aware of her history or have any genuine concerns about racism.
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