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Monarchy 'utterly dismayed' as Piers Morgan identifies the two Royals accused of racism


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To save people the bother of listening to Piers Mogan on Twitter, it's Charlie boy and Catherine (Kate).

The monarchy is understood to be 'utterly dismayed' after Piers Morgan named the two senior royals who Omid Scobie claimed had 'concerns' over Prince Archie's skin colour on UK television last night.

Meghan Markle first made the claim in the Sussexes' infamous 2021 Oprah Winfrey interview when she revealed there were 'several conversations' between herself, Harry and Royal Family members about 'how dark' Archie's skin would be. 

While the Duchess of Sussex chose not to name them amid fears it would 'damage' their reputation, Morgan last night identified the royals accused on his Talk TV show - and he followed the claim up by posting it to his 8.7million social media followers.

Two senior royals 'mistakenly' identified in Omid Scobie's book as having 'concerns' over Archie's skin colour are now named on UK TV: Monarchy 'utterly dismayed' as officials take legal advice - fury grows at 'translation error' and 'spiteful' stunt | Daily Mail Online

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14 hours ago, pellinore said:

To save people the bother of listening to Piers Mogan on Twitter, it's Charlie boy and Catherine (Kate).

The monarchy is understood to be 'utterly dismayed' after Piers Morgan named the two senior royals who Omid Scobie claimed had 'concerns' over Prince Archie's skin colour on UK television last night.

Meghan Markle first made the claim in the Sussexes' infamous 2021 Oprah Winfrey interview when she revealed there were 'several conversations' between herself, Harry and Royal Family members about 'how dark' Archie's skin would be. 

While the Duchess of Sussex chose not to name them amid fears it would 'damage' their reputation, Morgan last night identified the royals accused on his Talk TV show - and he followed the claim up by posting it to his 8.7million social media followers.

Two senior royals 'mistakenly' identified in Omid Scobie's book as having 'concerns' over Archie's skin colour are now named on UK TV: Monarchy 'utterly dismayed' as officials take legal advice - fury grows at 'translation error' and 'spiteful' stunt | Daily Mail Online

It better not cause any rioting.

The weekly meeting with the PM is going to be awkward LMAO.

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For those of you who are curious:

According to Morgan, the two royals accused of racism are King Charles III and Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William, Harry’s older brother.

https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/piers-morgan-names-charles-kate-middleton-as-racist-royals-in-book/

Frankly, I'm surprised they all weren't named.

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18 minutes ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

For those of you who are curious:

According to Morgan, the two royals accused of racism are King Charles III and Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William, Harry’s older brother.

https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/piers-morgan-names-charles-kate-middleton-as-racist-royals-in-book/

Frankly, I'm surprised they all weren't named.

I agree. When you see someone who doesn't look normal it is natural to ask where they are from. Really from, otherwise they just say they are normal, like us. Which they can't be, because they don't look normal.

 

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10 minutes ago, pellinore said:

I agree. When you see someone who doesn't look normal it is natural to ask where they are from. Really from, otherwise they just say they are normal, like us. Which they can't be, because they don't look normal.

 

The drama never ends

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15 minutes ago, pellinore said:

I agree. When you see someone who doesn't look normal it is natural to ask where they are from. Really from, otherwise they just say they are normal, like us. Which they can't be, because they don't look normal.

The fact that the royal family turned a blind eye to the press (and tabloids) as they criticized Meghan in obvious racialised terms spoke volumes. I think it was William who made a statement claiming they were not a racist family, yet their actions, or inactions rather, suggested otherwise.

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19 minutes ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

The fact that the royal family turned a blind eye to the press (and tabloids) as they criticized Meghan in obvious racialised terms spoke volumes. I think it was William who made a statement claiming they were not a racist family, yet their actions, or inactions rather, suggested otherwise.

At some point, maybe this week, maybe in a few months, when a crime or something happens involving a black person, its all going to flair up.

A riot is on its way.

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5 minutes ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

The fact that the royal family turned a blind eye to the press (and tabloids) as they criticized Meghan in obvious racialised terms spoke volumes. I think it was William who made a statement claiming they were not a racist family, yet their actions, or inactions rather, suggested otherwise.

That's the English for you. Quite mad. Don't like Megan because her skin is a bit dark but love the Royal Family even though they are German and European. Hate the Europeans but encourage immigration from every other continent but our own, Europe.  But hate them. Hate the Scots, even though they live a few hundred miles away. Hate the Irish even more, because they like the Europeans, which is our continent, but we hate them so they should hate them too. 

Just this morning I was thinking about this confusion, and I think it is: we Brits want certainty. We want a King (we would prefer a Queen, but a King will do). We want a Tory PM who is kind. We want to return to the 1950s when we didn't have to worry about computer scammers, smart phones and streaming media.

We'll get there. We have started with Brexit, and we will become nicely isolated in a few years, with our black and white TVs, poverty, and a mustn't grumble attitude.

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1 minute ago, pellinore said:

That's the English for you. Quite mad. Don't like Megan because her skin is a bit dark but love the Royal Family even though they are German and European. Hate the Europeans but encourage immigration from every other continent but our own, Europe.  But hate them. Hate the Scots, even though they live a few hundred miles away. Hate the Irish even more, because they like the Europeans, which is our continent, but we hate them so they should hate them too. 

Just this morning I was thinking about this confusion, and I think it is: we Brits want certainty. We want a King (we would prefer a Queen, but a King will do). We want a Tory PM who is kind. We want to return to the 1950s when we didn't have to worry about computer scammers, smart phones and streaming media.

We'll get there. We have started with Brexit, and we will become nicely isolated in a few years, with our black and white TVs, poverty, and a mustn't grumble attitude.

Well, if you live in the UK, and to speak about the elephant in the room, we all know a lot of people have discussed not wanting the possibility of a black monarch should things go real wrong for William & Co. I have always maintained 65% of the UK is racist, but only 5% are open about it when asked.

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18 hours ago, Alchopwn said:

Who would believe a single thing that a grifter like Megan Markle would say?

Well it’s Piers Morgan also. Which in itself is very significant. The monarchy being so openly attacked is unprecedented and dare I say shaking the foundations of an entire nation regardless if the accusations are true or not

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17 hours ago, Unusual Tournament said:

Well it’s Piers Morgan also. Which in itself is very significant. The monarchy being so openly attacked is unprecedented and dare I say shaking the foundations of an entire nation regardless if the accusations are true or not

I think wondering about the skin colour of a child is not in itself racist. It is just idle curiosity. I think the importance here is if the Royal Family (who are German themselves) felt that they would be "tainted" by the introduction of Afro-Carribean or African genes, and that would in some way diminish the Royal Family. That is where the racist aspect comes in: they were worried that a ****** minstrel Prince in stripey trousers and white gloves singing Mami in the Royal Box at the Albert Hall would diminish them.

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1 hour ago, pellinore said:

I think wondering about the skin colour of a child is not in itself racist. It is just idle curiosity. I think the importance here is if the Royal Family (who are German themselves) felt that they would be "tainted" by the introduction of Afro-Carribean or African genes, and that would in some way diminish the Royal Family. That is where the racist aspect comes in: they were worried that a ****** minstrel Prince in stripey trousers and white gloves singing Mami in the Royal Box at the Albert Hall would diminish them.

It is unlikely that the unthinkable would happen to William & Co, but I suspect they asked the what if and what would we do question. 

If it went to Harry then there would be racist public disorder over a mixed race Heir.

If it skipped Harry and went to Andrew then there would be `you are racists` public disorder along with `omg we`ve got a paedo in charge` outrage. Andrew might also try to sabotage Harry by saying `Ha, he is actually the son of Hewitt`.

If it skipped Andrew and went to Edward then there is still a `you are racists` public disorder along with two members of the Royal Family which might try to take what they see as rightfully theres. Edward might also say `Harry is the son of Hewitt and I know for a fact Andrew is a paedo because of ........`)

OMG I`ve been playing too much Crusader Kings. After carefully playing out all the scenarios I reason the best thing now would be to expose Harry as the son of Hewitt (if true) and that Andrew is a paedo (come on, its true) lol.

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2 hours ago, pellinore said:

I think wondering about the skin colour of a child is not in itself racist. It is just idle curiosity. I think the importance here is if the Royal Family (who are German themselves) felt that they would be "tainted" by the introduction of Afro-Carribean or African genes, and that would in some way diminish the Royal Family. That is where the racist aspect comes in: they were worried that a ****** minstrel Prince in stripey trousers and white gloves singing Mami in the Royal Box at the Albert Hall would diminish them.

I don’t think it’s racist wondering about the skin colour, hair colour etc. political correctness gone mad

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4 hours ago, Unusual Tournament said:

I don’t think it’s racist wondering about the skin colour, hair colour etc. political correctness gone mad

Of course it's not.  It's only deemed racist by racists, bigots and others with no common sense of understanding of the word context.

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