|The British royal family|
I have about had it with all things royal. Those in the ranks of royalty have demonstrated time and time again that they are nothing more than trashy, pampered, dysfunctional families dining lavishly at the public trough.
The Brits of coarse are the worst offenders. Knights, Dukes, Duchesses, Earls, Princesses, Princes, Kings and Queens – does anyone ever consider the stupidity of this scheme?
I’m sure they do. I don’t pretend to be the only one who feels this way. Yet this silly, useless scenario of special treatment for so-called royals goes on and on without abatement. This is the 21st century. Having genes from a group of incestuous families should certainly not lead to an automatic special position of any kind in our advanced society. It’s anti-human. It’s barbaric. It’s degrading to peoples who continue to be referred to as subjects rather than citizens.
It is ever more unfortunate for the Brits who have no choice but to fund the palaces and lavish lifestyles of their royal buffoons. The royals leave a long legacy of oppression and mischief which was spread world wide for hundreds of years. They have an unparalleled history of greed and shame.
What disturbs me most is the sight of Americans who are somehow charmed or endeared to the royals including the prince, duchess and their new son George. Don’t be fooled. The curtsey couple and their little baby continue in their traditional role as societal parasites. There is absolutely nothing special about them. They are not now, nor will they ever be, one bit more exceptional than anyone else who raises a family and lives and reigns on this planet.
It’s time to throw the entire notion of royalty in the garbage where it belongs.
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