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Previously on AltNewsMedia, we covered the curious attraction of the Duchess of Sussex to the Al Mansour mosque in London.
Meghan’s devotion is centred almost solely on a mosque kitchen which fed Jihadi John; a kitchen/cafeteria where the ISIS Beatles would almost certainly have sat and eaten with their hands whilst discussing jihad. The same hands that later held British, American and Japanese hostages by the hair whilst they chopped their heads off. Meghan’s cookbook “Together” has raised £210,000 for the Al Manaar Mosque Kitchen.
Perhaps this is just an ill-considered PR effort? If so, she continues to enthusiastically support this Mosque which has such unfortunate Jihadi connections.
Just a few weeks ago, the Sunday Times reported that Meghan is supporting a campaign by black academics and students to “decolonise the curriculum” and “confront the legacy of empire and racism on university campuses” The movement to add black and female thinkers and writers — rather than focusing heavily on “male, pale and stale” ones — has been hugely controversial since campaigners tried to topple a statue of the Victorian benefactor Cecil Rhodes at Oxford three years ago.
It is further reported that when she learned that British university professors are overwhelmingly white and male, Meghan was apparently moved to gasp: “Oh my God”.
Let’s be kind and assume that Meghan is unaware that the UK remains an 85% WHITE country. So her concern that academia is staffed with overwhelmingly white people is more of a factor of her genuine ignorance about race in the UK.
However, the idea that a member of a Royal Family which historically has been central to the idea and implementation of Empire would seek to “confront” it borders on the surreal!
Has she heard of Queen Victoria one wonders?
But Meghan isn’t finished. It is now reported by Vanity Fair royal writer Katie Nicoll that Meghan (and Harry) want to employ a “gender-neutral” style to parenting. It’s an approach, with a “fluid” attitude to gender, that is controversial in the United States and the United Kingdom. It is gaining acceptance among “progressive millennial parents” as well as among celebrities like Kate Hudson, Angelina Jolie and Celine Dion.
So in a short period of time, the Duchess has supported a Mosque with links to radical Islam; expressed her opposition a crucial aspect of the history of the Royal Family; and seems determined that her own contribution to the Royal Family lineage will be brought up in a “gender-neutral” way. Talk about WOKE!
Given that she only joined the “Firm” in May 2018 she has moved with some alacrity to carve out her idea of what Royalty is all about.
We can but guess what Her Majesty thinks of Meghan’s modernisation.