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Re: "Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #75 on: September 11, 2022, 04:21:00 pm »
Kehinde Andrews: The Monarchy Represented The Racism That My Generation Felt
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The world is looking on as England mourns its queen, but some aren’t remembering the values she stood for warmly. NYU School of Law professor Melissa Murray and Birmingham City University Professor of Black Studies explain why this difficult conversation is important to have and why now is not an inappropriate time to have it. “We have never seen the Queen as someone who represents us, as someone who has represented us. There is literally no conflict. You can see the critical nature that has to be brought to this. This is someone who represented white colonialism, and white supremacy. I'm not sure why I shouldn't say it when millions of people have exactly the same feeling.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNF5_mofE7k

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« Reply #76 on: September 11, 2022, 05:25:54 pm »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/don-t-care-queen-elizabeth-185931465.html

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The Queen Represented Racist Violence As Much As She Did Glamour
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She was the eighth Queen of England, a thorn in the sides of several nonwhite countries for seven decades, and, of course, the reason why immigrant mothers like my own defended Princess Diana so fiercely. The internet appears deeply divided between people dunking on her (myself included) and people mourning someone whose best quality was how much she loved corgis.
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The only reason I’m here is because I delight in upsetting Europeans, a long-held tradition for nonwhite Canadians for at least a century and a half. (Have you ever confused a shepherd’s pie and a chicken pot pie in front of a white person? You should. It turns into a whole thing.) But I struggle with the fact that so many people are actively devastated about her death. We are sure to enter at least a week of celebrations of her very long life, but…why?
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There’s something uniquely pitiful about mourning a woman who has been running an organization notorious for its genocidal tendencies. In the short time since her death, some people have argued that you can mourn the individual without mourning the empire. This, as far as I, a brown person, am concerned, is impossible, because Queen Elizabeth didn’t just profit from the pillaging and racial evisceration her lineage propagated since the beginning of British civilization; she was an active participant. Ultimately, her entire existence was buoyed by the atrocities of her family’s past; her wealth and influence persisted entirely because of colonialism.

I know it’s nice to rewrite history, to present Queen Elizabeth as a softer member of the monarchy. But it’s not like she wasn’t alive during colonialism guided by British exceptionalism or the political unrest it caused (and continues to cause). People who were children when the British ruled their countries are still alive; it was just under a year ago that Barbados removed her as its head of state. Countries like India and Pakistan continue to wrestle with the economic, geographic, and cultural impacts of British colonialism, while others, like Saint Kitts and Nevis, have only recently gained true independence after centuries of meddling from the royals.

There are many photos and videos of the Queen visiting her former colonies, with locals fawning over her as if her legacy isn’t a part of what hurled their countries into upheaval in the first place. I find that coverage creepy, like photos of a prison warden walking the grounds, the inmates grateful to be in the presence of such disproportionate wealth and ambivalence. Why did she keep coming back to India, to Canada, to Ghana? To remind everyone that she still could, that her reach would always extend to their shores?

Nations impacted by the British Empire struggle to own their histories; they’re simply stopovers in the long march of imperialism. The empire didn’t grow organically. Their riches were stolen in the form of labor from enslaved people, pilfered bijous, and of course, tea. Elizabeth could have given any of the wealth back. She could have cemented herself as the royal who redistributed what was taken. She didn’t, though, and that wasn’t by mistake.
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Don’t get me wrong; the Queen was certainly historically significant. The royals have always thought they knew how to run countries better than the native populations did; she followed in these footsteps. She had parties where people showed up wearing blackface brooches.
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And yet, celebrities like Liz Phair and Paris Hilton (what??) are out here praising her for being the “original girl boss” icon, for not taking **** from men while, let’s say, British soldiers tortured and killed thousands of Kenyans in the ’50s. We’re only just beginning to understand the abuses coming from the British Empire; documents that were thought to be “lost” but resurfaced in 2011 reveal so much barbarity. While she was alive, the Queen never apologized for these crimes done in her name. As the head of the firm, she never even acknowledged England’s grisly history.

I’ve been visiting family in Canada for the last two weeks, perfect timing to be visiting the Commonwealth. My parents are from India; they’re native Kashmiris, a community still reeling from the effects of Partition. My dad was born three years after the British decided to leave, and as such, the Queen hasn’t exactly been held in high esteem by my family. When my dad found out that she died, he barely reacted — if anyone should care, it should perhaps be an Indian Canadian with a Napoleon complex who likes gilded chairs and unyielding allegiance to a cause. Instead, he grumbled how she should posthumously return the Koh-i-Noor diamond to India. “I know she won’t,” he admitted, resigned, while sucking down some falooda. He’s right — apparently, the diamond will go to Camilla
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If you’re sad about the Queen, no matter your nationality, it requires some deep introspection. What are you sad about? What do you feel like we lost? A piece of history already so thoroughly documented? A reminder of what imperialism looked like back when whiteness, wealth, and European domination were even more pronounced than it currently is? Is it nostalgia for a time when things were easier — for you?

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Re: "Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #77 on: September 12, 2022, 04:43:26 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/cannot-mourn-former-colonies-conflicted-064518111.html

True Left reactions:

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NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Upon taking the throne in 1952, Queen Elizabeth II inherited millions of subjects around the world, many of them unwilling. Today, in the British Empire's former colonies, her death brings complicated feelings, including anger.

Beyond official condolences praising the queen’s longevity and service, there is some bitterness about the past in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and elsewhere. Talk has turned to the legacies of colonialism, from slavery to corporal punishment in African schools to looted artifacts held in British institutions. For many, the queen came to represent all of that during her seven decades on the throne.

In Kenya, where decades ago a young Elizabeth learned of her father’s death and her enormous new role as queen, a lawyer named Alice Mugo shared online a photograph of a fading document from 1956. It was issued four years into the queen’s reign, and well into Britain’s harsh response to the Mau Mau rebellion against colonial rule.

“Movement permit,” the document says. While over 100,000 Kenyans were rounded up in camps under grim conditions, others, like Mugo’s grandmother, were forced to request British permission to go from place to place.
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“This commonwealth of nations, that wealth belongs to England. That wealth is something never shared in,” said Bert Samuels, a member of the National Council on Reparations in Jamaica.
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There were few signs of public grief or even interest in her death across the Middle East, where many still hold Britain responsible for colonial actions that drew much of the region’s borders and laid the groundwork for many of its modern conflicts. On Saturday, Gaza’s Hamas rulers called on King Charles III to “correct” British mandate decisions that they said oppressed Palestinians.
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“The only thing I noted about the queen’s passing is that she died and never apologized for slavery,” Spence said. “She should’ve apologized.”

False Left reaction (unfortunately mixed in):

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“I do not think we have any place for kings and queens in today’s world, because we are the world’s largest democratic country,” said Dhiren Singh, a 57-year-old entrepreneur in New Delhi.

Yes, and who gave you the idea of becoming a democratic country, you idiot?

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Re: "Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #78 on: September 12, 2022, 11:56:53 pm »
Anya is unstoppable:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11204193/Carnegie-Mellon-professor-says-Queen-cult-white-womanhood-responsible-genocide.html

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Carnegie Mellon professor slams Queen AGAIN by saying she is part of the 'cult of white womanhood' - and her woke students are BACKING her
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'Queen Elizabeth was representative of the cult of white womanhood,' Anya said.

'There's this notion that she was this little-old-lady grandma type with her little hats and her purses and little dogs and everything, as if she inhabited this place or this space in the imaginary, this public image, as someone who didn't have a hand in the bloodshed of her Crown.'
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''Speak no ill of the dead' is a weapon that's leveled against the oppressed to silence them, to lionize oppressors, and to sanitize their history. What respect am I supposed to have for her, for her family?
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Students at the university wrote a letter in support of Anya while criticizing the university's response. It was signed by hundreds of current and former students, according to Newsweek.
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'Rejecting calls for 'civility' that are frequently leveraged against the marginalized to silence dissent, we express our solidarity with Dr. Anya and reject the tone-policing of those with legitimate grievances.'

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« Reply #79 on: September 15, 2022, 02:05:43 pm »
Arrested for Protesting the King: What's Happening
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The accession of King Charles III has sparked debate over the idea of monarchy, and has resulted in the arrest of peaceful protestors. But what are they being charged with? And is freedom of expression being undermined by the police?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-zwv4Yqw3c

Are they really protesting a King and monarchism, or are they just protesting an ornament?

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Does the British monarchy have any power?
In fact, there isn't a whole lot that British Kings and Queens can actually do beyond the bounds of their constitutionally-defined mandate—one that primarily involves tasks such as appointing prime ministers, approving new laws, receiving foreign dignitaries, and presiding over the opening and dissolving of parliament.

Will the Commonwealth Collapse... Without the Queen
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With the Queen no longer in the equation, people are already discussing the future of the commonwealth. In this video we breakdown what the commonwealth is and if we can expect to see more countries ditching the King as their Head of State.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-jStPYlGQ4


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Re: "Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #80 on: September 18, 2022, 05:55:17 pm »
https://barenakedislam.com/2022/09/18/what-a-surprise-not-the-man-who-tried-to-attack-the-queens-coffin-at-westminster-hall-is-a-muslim/

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MUHAMMAD KHAN, 28, of the notorious Muslim-infested Tower Hamlets, who made a mad dash towards Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin as she was lying in state at Westminster Hall Friday night was slapped with criminal charges for the disruption.

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Re: "Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #81 on: September 19, 2022, 05:28:49 pm »
Reminder that this topic is not just about the Windsors:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11227077/Hollands-Princess-Catharina-Amalia-18-Dutch-mafia-kidnap-plot.html

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Authorities in the Netherlands are ramping up security measures to protect the nation's Crown Princess Catharina-Amalia, 18, who just weeks ago left her parents' royal residence in The Hague, to begin her studies in the Dutch capital. 

The heir apparent to the throne will now abandon her student accommodation and return to the Huis Ten Bosch royal palace, where she will be kept under a watchful eye by Dutch security services, according to De Telegraaf.

It comes as Catharina-Amalia's parents, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, are in London paying their respects at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

The safety of the teenage princess is in jeopardy due to the nefarious designs of the infamous 'Mocro Maffia'

Oranges previously covered here:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/'royal'-family-hate-thread/msg10055/#msg10055

Their faces have become even more subhuman since:







The Mocro Maffia are definitely the side to support:

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

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The Moroccan mafia does not, however, include Moroccan Jewish crime families such as the Abergil crime family[12] as well as the Abutbul[13] and Domrani clans,[14] who are rather considered to be a part of the Israeli mafia.
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Alliance between the Mocro Maffia and Iranian intelligence agencies

The Dutch government and its intelligence service AIVD claim to have "strong evidence" that Iran used Dutch-Moroccan gangsters to eliminate at least two of its "enemies of the state" on foreign soil, but also that it was actively protecting crime bosses by providing them with a safe haven.[212] The Dutch Ministry of Justice suspects that Ridouan Taghi was protected by Iran's secret service.

Who dislikes the Mocro Maffia? Answer:

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Geert Wilders expressed his discontent in the Dutch parliament.[251]
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The Moroccan mafia has become the boss in this country. And they are getting stronger and more violent every day. Everyone in the street is fed up with the presence of Moroccans. This mafia in Amsterdam is not from Norway, it is from Morocco. Don't contradict me when I tell you that the Netherlands has a problem of Moroccans.

Wilders for obvious reasons prefers the Israeli mafia to rule the underworld.

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/jews-have-nothing-in-common-with-us!/

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« Reply #82 on: September 20, 2022, 03:17:32 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/yemen-queen-death-recalls-memories-063127962.html

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In Yemen, Queen’s death recalls memories of colonial past
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In Aden, now the second largest city in Yemen, many remember colonial rule as a time of oppression that entrenched some of the problems still plaguing the city and the country
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“They **** down on people who wanted to end the colonial occupation of this land. Thousands of people were killed in the struggle to root out colonialism. They should be prosecuted and pay for their crimes.”
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Aden was officially declared a Crown Colony in 1937. Positioned just outside the Red Sea, the city was a vital refueling and commercial port between Europe and Asia, particularly Britain’s colony of India.

Elizabeth stopped by on the way back from Australia, part of her first tour of the Commonwealth two years after ascending to the throne.
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But not long after the visit, an uprising emerged, fueled by pan-Arab nationalism and backed by Egypt’s President Gamal Abdel Nasser, an archfoe of colonial powers in 1950s and 1960s. After years of fighting, the British were finally forced to withdraw.
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“The idea of having good roads and services does not mean they (the colonizers) were good. They were occupiers who served their own interest at the first place,” he said.

Recall:

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

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Remer took part in the Invasion of Poland in 1939, the Balkans Campaign, and Operation Barbarossa.
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he served as an advisor to Gamal Abdel Nasser, and worked with other expatriate Germans assisting Arab states with the development of their armed forces.[1]
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For Remer, anyone who was an enemy of Israel was his friend

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Re: "Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #83 on: October 09, 2022, 07:17:44 pm »
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1680262/royal-news-national-anthem-woke-orchestra-queen-death-chineke-lucerne-festival-switzerland

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Fury after woke orchestra refused to play National Anthem after Queen Elizabeth II died
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The Swiss festival ran from August 8 until September 11, with the orchestra playing during the mourning period held in the UK. But the band's founder decided to ban playing the National Anthem because it symbolises the racist British empire.

The musical ensemble is made up of 62 members from ethnically diverse backgrounds, who founder and artistic director Chi-chi Nwanoku said many were the direct result of Britain's slave trade.

Writing in an email, the 66-year-old musician said: "The Chineke! Orchestra is full of musicians who are not from the UK and many who are the direct result of their ancestors being enslaved. We will not be playing the National Anthem in Lucerne."
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she noted that the orchestra had marked the death of Prince Philip in April 2021 with a minute's silence.

She said: "Many in the orchestra were incredibly upset about being made to do that, with the reason being that the Empire is virtually entirely built on racism and the plundering of Africa."

Thank you!