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I dont know how true this is, but lets lay it out there.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1227506/meghan-markle-news-duchess-sussex-prince-harry-queen-elizabeth-ii-oprah-winfrey

MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry are reportedly looking to take part in a tell-all US television interview to get their way at the royal summit on Monday, which could unleash hell on the Royal Family.

 

According to The Sun, the Duchess’ American PR team is allegedly already in touch with some of the major networks in the US and famed chat show host Oprah Winfrey. The royal couple could use a US TV platform to try and secure a better deal with senior members of the Royal Family during talks at Sandringham.

 

A royal source said: “Harry and Meghan’s people have been reaching out to all the big US networks to explore the possibilities of a sit-down warts-and-all interview.

“Perhaps Harry and Meghan will use this as a negotiating tactic as there is no way the royals want their dirty laundry out in the open.

“Maybe they will get more money if they agree not to talk.”

The source added that the couple wish to “tell their side of the story”.

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I'm leery of The Duchess since I saw her on a CBS Sunday Morning Show...an old 1980s segment featuring Linda Ellberbee 'fronting' Markle as a 'nappy headed' child 'complaining about the lack of diversity' in Barbie Dolls. I feel like they've 'vetted' her for 20 to 30 years.

 

Kind of makes me suspicious of the likes of Zazie Beetz; her father was a carpenter/cabinet maker from East Berlin and her Mother was NYC Social Worker. It's almost like a 'political mating' to produce an offspring who's less of a child and more of a virtue signal. I wonder how her story will play out.

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I rather think the politics injected into commentary on royal family affairs are an unfortunate sign of the polarized times. The "Megxit" moniker being introduced by British press was an obvious cheap trick to seize on the insecurity of a nation deeply divided over leaving the EU. Moreover, a lot of Markle criticism seems to be based solely on the fact that she was hyped as a new kind of Royal, an empowered woman of her own making, and somewhat black to boot, by progressives - and by current rules, you must hate what the other camp loves. I mean, 30 years ago the marital troubles of Charles and Diana were the topic of bored housewives discussing who of them was cheating. Today, TankNet debates the young couple's politics. :D

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In The Duchess of Sussex's defense (or is it just Meghan now), what we have seen of a few of her immediate family members does not inspire confidence in her family unit's ability to bring the best out of their child. I think she has done well for herself, and I suspect her experience with her stepsister may have reduced her tolerance for the Duchess of Cambridge, as their roles as gatekeepers to family acceptance in her life appear to be similar.

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I am quite sure that ninety percent of the British press coverage are complete lies or gross exaggerations. I don't blame the Sussexes for preferring Canada to England and getting out of the Royal limelight.

 

And yeah, they're no doubt virtue signaling lefties like most celebrities, but you have to give Harry credit for his continuing work with vets.

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I am quite sure that ninety percent of the British press coverage are complete lies or gross exaggerations. I don't blame the Sussexes for preferring Canada to England and getting out of the Royal limelight.

 

And yeah, they're no doubt virtue signaling lefties like most celebrities, but you have to give Harry credit for his continuing work with vets.

 

Apparently, he missed an important vet event in order to attend the Lion King premier and shill for her wish to do voice over work with Disney's Iger. Once a woman like her finds a sucker like Harry, she'll twist his sense of reality and priorities to her benefit. BTDT, have the T-shirt.

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https://www.thebeaverton.com/2020/01/unskilled-foreigners-seek-move-to-canada/

 

OTTAWA – A British and American couple, both unemployed, are seeking to emigrate to Canada despite having no real skills to offer the country, early reports indicate.

British and American media have said that an American actor and her husband have the intention of living in the country on a semi-permanent or permanent basis.

The actor has found some previous work in Toronto which may help her immigration and work permit applications although Citizenship and Immigration Canada has not identified acting as an in-demand trade.

“She has to obtain the proper paperwork indicating that she has a job,” said an Immigration Canada official. “We need references and a criminal record check before her application can move forward, but she hasn’t even been nominated for a single Golden Globe yet.”

‘Being famous’ was not considered a skill in demand unlike a doctor, nurse, engineer, or general labourer. The husband’s application scored 0 out of 70 points on his Canadian work experience despite claiming ‘waving’ and ‘talking’ during his most recent visits to Canada.

The move will also cost Canadians millions in policing and security costs with round-the-clock monitoring.

 

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Come on, those guys are politicians, who put themselves in the firing line with a sign 'please throw invective and displeasure at me' hung round their necks. Harry isnt. For most of his life he has been loved by the British public. Yes, even when he dressed up as great uncle Eddie at that fancy dress party. The tabloids have done their best to draw up scandal around him and largely failed (as brilliantly parodied on ARRSE with the 'Army Officer in naked hotel room shocker' post). Everyone loved him, even the Army where he fitted in brilliantly. He even made wonderfully anti PC comments about dusting Taliban with a 30mm. Even my mother liked him as he came into the shop for sweeties as a 10 year old. His brother and he were very polite. And my mother as a rule, is not a Royalist either.

 

And now its all gone wrong. He is leaving, he seems to be treating all around him in contempt. Its very sad, because whatever you think of Megan, she really launched the Royal Family on another trajectory. People in Africa who never really identified with the British Commonwealth suddenly had someone to identify with. It made a very tired mechanism suddenly seem to have new vitality.

 

No, I dont suppose Europeans or Americans would get it. Its kind of like if Tom Hanks was found cottaging in central park. Or Bruno Gantz being a founder member of Perdiga. Or Oprah Winfrey a member of the Black Panthers. Or Bill Cosby a secret sexual predator. Oh, wait a minute.... Well, you get my point. Its kind of like a favoured armchair collapsing on you for no apparent reason. The British like old furniture, it kind of helps displace the lunacy of the modern.

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Britain resumes tradition of sending outcasts to the colonies

https://www.thebeaverton.com/2020/01/britain-resumes-tradition-of-sending-outcasts-to-the-colonies/?fbclid=IwAR2lOCgAxwfLEYDxEBu-vuE9Nn5cD5iIyujWblrq70JDK35Eyd5oa_hznzU

 

 

LONDON – British Parliament has passed a law that will resume the practice of sending its criminals, debtors, society’s rejects, and Harry to the colonies by penal shipment or banishment.

The law, which was given Royal Assent by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, coincides with the imminent arrival of Prince of Sussex to the Dominion of Canada where he will now reside.

Canadians expressed a mix of disappointment and resentment that the country will be used as a dumping ground for outcasts.

“Couldn’t New Zealand take him?” said a Vancouver Island resident opposed to the Prince’s relocation. “What about the Falklands Islands? Couldn’t he be some sort of useless viceroy position there instead?”

Pickpockets, orphans, and members of the Royal Family unfortunate enough to be the second or third born in a primogeniture succession system will be cast out of Great Britain immediately without any recourse.

Costs of maintaining prisons, workhouses, and bodyguard protection of any rejected prince or princess will be covered by colonial administration and its subjects, reports British Parliament.

At press time, Australia was refusing to accept Piers Morgan.

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