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"Royal" Family hate thread
« on: January 27, 2021, 02:31:05 am »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/prince-charles-says-now-time-144622838.html

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Prince Charles says it is now time for 'all people' to bear witness to the Holocaust for 'all time'

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"Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2021, 02:49:44 am »
Princess Diana on "Prince" Charles's non-Aryan infidelity:
https://youtu.be/6aCjsEP_R7s
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« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2021, 05:06:17 pm »
This thread is dedicated to trashing the British "Royal" Family. Please share all relevant links here.I'll start:

The Royal Family can't keep ignoring it's colonial past and racist present:
https://theconversation.com/the-royal-family-cant-keep-ignoring-its-colonialist-past-and-racist-present-156749
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The British empire contracted after the World Wars and eventually dissolved in 1960s. Nevertheless, a colonial mindset has persisted. This has been regularly demonstrated by the casual racism of Prince Philip. Visiting Australia in 2002, he asked an Aboriginal Australian if they were “still throwing spears”.

In 1999, he mused that an old-fashioned fuse box must have been “put in by an Indian”. In 1986, he warned British students in China that they would become “slitty-eyed” if they stayed too long. Australia, China, and India, are just three of dozens of countries touched by British colonisation.

While the Prince’s comments — and many others — are often dismissed as “gaffes” or poor jokes, they tie into a culture war, suggesting colonialism was ultimately a net good and Britain was spreading civilisation throughout the world.
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« Reply #4 on: March 14, 2021, 04:15:46 am »
I wanted to elaborate on this post here:
Funny kids video criticizing colonialism:
https://youtu.be/7IZJjLpNEbE

I like that the actress was able to capture the haggard, ugly, look of Victoria. Speaking of which, why are the British "Royals" all so butt-ugly? ;D ;D

Contrast this with the mythical Queen of Camelot, Guinievere, whose exceptional beauty was nothing short of a goddess:
https://youtu.be/0ywxJcW0ewM

Here are some examples of the subhuman aesthetics of the "Royals" (feel free to add yours):

"Prince" William:


"Prince" Phillip (aka the walking corpse):

"Queen" Victoria (aka the witch of windsor):



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« Reply #5 on: March 14, 2021, 06:13:59 am »
"Queen" Elizabeth makes first appearance since Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview (cringe alert - I almost puked when I heard the "non-White" interviewer address Elizabeth as "your majesty")
https://youtu.be/LoJZHhdB0f4
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« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2021, 11:42:05 pm »
Diana: The Royal Truth Documentary
https://youtu.be/ri8YBB5v878

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« Reply #7 on: March 27, 2021, 12:01:35 am »
The following pictures tell us everything we need to know about what the Windsors represent:







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« Reply #8 on: March 27, 2021, 12:12:36 am »
WTF?!! How is that even real??? It's basically a real life spitting image of this racist TinTin comic!!!:
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« Reply #9 on: March 27, 2021, 03:53:00 am »
The last 2 pictures came from Tuvalu.

https://indianexpress.com/article/news-archive/print/william-and-kate-carried-on-thrones-in-tuvalu/

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When William and Catherine stepped off their private jet they were carried on multi-coloured thrones to the parliament building where they were welcomed by Governor General Sir Iakoba Taeia Italeli and Prime Minister Willy Telavi.


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« Reply #10 on: March 28, 2021, 03:44:24 pm »
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Tank top

In the United States and Canada, any casual sleeveless shirt can be called tank top or tank shirt, with several specific varieties. It is named after tank suits, one-piece bathing suits of the 1920s worn in tanks or swimming pools.[1] The upper garment is worn commonly by both men and women. The build of a tank top is simple: the neck and armholes are often reinforced for durability. One usually has large armholes and neck holes and a neckline that can reach down as far as the bottom of the chest. (Women's tank tops have smaller holes, to conceal their breasts). They are also sometimes made long to make tucking into pants easier. In almost all cases, they are buttonless, collarless, and pocketless.

A sleeveless T-shirt, also called a muscle shirt, is the same design as a T-shirt, but without sleeves. Some sleeveless T-shirts, which possess smaller, narrower arm holes, can be worn by both women and men, usually with sports bras underneath for women. They are often worn during athletic activities or as casual wear during warmer weather. They are colloquially known as shooter shirts in the southern United States. They were quite popular in the 1980s and were commonly associated with surfers and bodybuilders (hence the name "muscle" shirt) and often bore the names and logos of gyms.[citation needed] Such shirts without logos are now more commonly worn as casual wear.

The tank top designed for a tight fit and often made of ribbed cotton is also called a wifebeater, beater, or A-shirt, or historically a guinea tee, or dago tee ("guinea" and "dago" being American ethnic slurs for people of Italian ethnicity). The term wifebeater reportedly but unverifiably[2] became synonymous for an undershirt after a 1947 criminal case[3] when a Detroit man was arrested for beating his wife to death. News outlets are alleged to have printed a photo of him in a stained undershirt and referred to him as "the wife beater."[4][2]

In the UK, especially when used as an undershirt, it is known as a vest (compare the American usage of "vest").[5] It is called a singlet in Australia and New Zealand.

In addition to athletic usage, tank tops have traditionally been used as undershirts, especially with suits and dress shirts. They are sometimes worn alone without a dress shirt or top shirt during very warm and/or humid weather. Tank tops are often worn alone under very casual settings, as lounge wear, and/or while completing yard work or other chores around the home.
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« Reply #11 on: April 05, 2021, 10:27:42 pm »
https://us.yahoo.com/lifestyle/queens-95th-birthday-collection-revealed-125500805.html

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In honor of the monarch's upcoming birthday, the Royal Collection Trust has released a new range of chinaware and decorations for royal fans to collect. Let's start with the china collection, which includes a mug, pillbox, tankard, side plate, teacup, and saucer.



See also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-right/western-civilization-is-ugly-48/

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« Reply #12 on: April 05, 2021, 10:36:11 pm »
I've always found the crown jewels to be particularly ugly, ever since I was a child:

I found the jagged textures extremely jarring. Westerners seem to have a penchant for this "jaggedness"
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« Reply #14 on: April 09, 2021, 10:28:11 pm »
"YES YES YES!!!!!"

He reproduced before dying, therefore his death means little. We should only celebrate when our enemies die before reproducing.

Still, let's take this chance to review who Philip was:

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/04/09/uk/prince-philip-outbursts-legacy-intl-gbr-cmd/index.html

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"If it has four legs and is not a chair, has wings and is not an aeroplane, or swims and is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it."
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"He was a throwback to old-school racism. Painting him as a benign, cuddly uncle of the nation is simply untrue," said Kehinde Andrews, Professor of Black Studies at Birmingham City University, on Friday.
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During a 1998 conversation with a British student who had been trekking in Papua New Guinea, Prince Philip asked: "You managed not to get eaten, then?" -- an apparent reference to the historic belief that cannibalism had been practiced on the South Pacific islands.

In 2002, he shocked a Bangladeshi teenager at a London youth club by saying the 14-year-old "looks as if he is on drugs." The same year, he is reported to have asked Australian Aborigines: "Do you still throw spears at each other?"

A year later, the Queen and Prince Philip went to open the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Nigeria. It was the Queen's first visit in 47 years. Greeted by Nigeria's then-President, Olusegun Obasanjo, who was wearing traditional robes, Philip quipped: "You look like you're ready for bed."
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Since Philip's death was announced, some on social media have argued that his more problematic remarks should not be dismissed.

"Many of the same people who were having conversations about Prince Philip's history of racism and colonialism are now saying we should also mourn him," Frederick Joseph, an American writer whose book about his experiences with racism was published last year, tweeted on Friday.
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Egyptian-American commentator Mona Eltahawy called the blanket news coverage of Philip's death "ridiculous," saying he belonged to an institution "which colonized and pillaged so extensively."

https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2021/04/10412480/prince-philip-racist-offensive-comments-history

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Philip was once also accused of comparing Ethiopian art to "the kind of thing my daughter would bring back from school art lessons.”
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Failing to interrogate the character of these people — who have their positions granted to them by accident of birth — would be an abdication of the responsibility we all have to question the systems of power that are in place because of centuries of colonialism

https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2017/8/13/the-priceless-racism-of-the-duke-of-edinburgh

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“You are a woman, aren’t you?” (in Kenya after accepting a small gift from a local woman).

“If you stay here much longer you’ll all be slitty-eyed” (to a group of British students during a royal visit to China).
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“It looks as if it was put in by an Indian” (referring to an old-fashioned fuse box in a factory near Edinburgh).
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“There’s a lot of your family in tonight” (after looking at the name badge of businessman Atul Patel at a Palace reception for British Indians).

“The Philippines must be half-empty as you’re all here running the NHS” (on meeting a Filipino nurse at Luton and Dunstable Hospital).
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BBC’s transparent attempt at whitewashing notwithstanding, Prince Philip’s racism is actually quite priceless because it comes so naturally to him. He is not faking it. He is not trying to offend anyone. He is offensive. This is he. This is who he is – and the long panoply of his racist, sexist, elitist, misogynistic, class-privileged and unhinged prejudices is a mobile museum of European bigotry on display.

The Duke of Edinburgh has done the world an extraordinary service by being who he is, by staging generous servings of his bigoted disposition and he is retiring happily with having catalogued all or at least most of his priceless inventory for posterity to read and learn.

Our dearly beloved Duke of Edinburgh is blissfully old. He has lived a long, rich, and fulfilling life – and may he live the rest of his racist days with the dignity and poise that he has denied others. His xenophobic bigotry is pure, his sense of class entitlement undiluted, unencumbered, uncensored, liberated from any inkling of bourgeois inhibitions. He does not mean to be offensive. He just is. He is a walking embodiment of every layered lava of European racism summed up inside one royal head.

Today people of the privileged class have learned how to camouflage their racism in varied codes and convoluted bourgeois euphemism. The kind of bigotry that Prince Philip exudes and stages is now considered rude and vulgar, old-fashioned and outmoded, presumed classed and pointed at the lower social strata. The precious advantage of Prince Philip is that he is a royal from the heart of British (and European) aristocracy. He tells it as he sees it fit.

The Prince is the repository of all the colonial past and all the class privileges of the present. His racist remarks should not be whitewashed or camouflaged. They need to be properly, accurately, and verbatim catalogued in the British Library and made available to future generations of scholars and critical thinkers, anthropologists of the racist foregrounding of European imperialism for careful and close analysis. They are the insignia of an entire semiology of colonial racism in full-blown aristocratic diction. From the rampant racism now dominant in Israel to pernicious xenophobia evident in Trump’s America, it’s all there: rooted in these unhinged expletives in polite, aristocratic British English.

Expressions of Prince Philip’s racism are not “gaffes” as the BBC and other British outlets embarrassed by their vulgarity brand them – though one can see why the BBC is rushing to term them as such and brush them quickly under the proverbial carpet. For the world at large, however, at the receiving end of British and European racist colonialism, these “gaffes” are in fact priceless relics of an age now deeply camouflaged under lovely-looking and liberal euphemisms. We as a result need to treat them as archaeologists treat any other relic and fragment they find. Based on such remains, they reconstruct bygone ages and the forgotten truths they reveal and conceal at one and the same time.
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The kind of racism Prince Philip exudes is reminiscent of the very spirit of British and other European imperialism at its height. This is the way the British thought when they ruled India, the French when they ruled Algeria, the Italians when they conquered Libya, the Belgians when they owned Congo.

Prince Philip is a museum piece – a living, breathing, mobile, jolly good fellow, smiling, handsome, charming great-grandpa who happily walks about, utters obscenities while his entourage try to cover up for his “indiscretions”. But these are not “indiscretions” or “gaffes.” He means what he says and he says what he means. He is the living memory of an entire history of imperial hubris now being actively repressed to offer a more liberal, tolerant, cosmopolitan character for the British and, by extension, “the European”.

Prince Philip to European aristocracy is what Donald Trump is to American liberal democracy: an embarrassment – the men who flaunt the ugly truth from under the thin veneer of their bourgeois etiquette. The racist provincialism of both Prince Philip and Donald Trump is irresistibly charming to their admirers and embarrassing to their detractors, but identically revelatory to the world at large. Their racism is so against the grain of recently manufactured liberal “tolerance” that they don’t know where to hide it.

Think of the word, the concept, the very idea, of “tolerance” of which liberal democracy is so proud. What does it mean to be “tolerant?”

From John Locke’s A Letter Concerning Toleration (1689) to Voltaire’s Treatise on Tolerance (1763), two towering European philosophers have argued against religious or political bigotry and fanaticism. But today liberal “tolerance” amounts to a fanatical conviction about one’s own beliefs thinly disguised under the veneer of “tolerating”, meaning putting up with, other people’s misguided beliefs and practices.

To be tolerant today means we are convinced by the superiority of our own beliefs but out of the generosity of our spirit and goodness of our heart and the superiority of our civilisation we put up with you, for we have no choice. Both the superiority of belief and the virtue of tolerance are thus attributed to the tolerant culture
rather than denied to the barbarity thus tolerated.

Until such time that we reach a point when we do not “tolerate” each other but in fact see the truth and the beauty of the world from each other’s perspective, Prince Philip, bless his splendidly racist soul, exposes the hypocrisy of liberal “tolerance”. I love him for it. He screams out loud what other racists like him have learned how to conceal and camouflage in what they think and project as civilised demeanour – as they load their fighter jets with bombs to drop on brown and black people to send them “back to the Stone Age”.

There is a beautiful barbarity of truth to Prince Philip’s racism, exposing the ugly hypocrisy at the very foundation of “Western civilisation”.

Yet this is how psychologically colonized some people are:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Philip_Movement

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The Prince Philip Movement is a religious sect followed by the Kastom people around Yaohnanen village on the southern island of Tanna in Vanuatu. It is a cargo cult of the Yaohnanen tribe,[1] who believe in the divinity of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921–2021), the consort to Queen Elizabeth II.

WTF?!

Let's look forward to the day when we desecrate his grave:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/operation-gaddafi/
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