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I'll be honest I couldn't even make it through the complete article. I can't believe this garbage is even allowed into print. It's appalling and an assault on the Laws of Nature's.

This is one of the most disturbing story that shows the true mind set of the anti-white agenda. This article really shows how happy they would be to breed our race out of existence.

https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/05/06/us/prince-harry-meghan-royal-baby-mixed-race-hope/index.html

Analysis: Don't use the royal birth to trot out a dangerous myth

Analysis by John Blake, CNN
Updated at 10:42 AM ET, Tue May 7, 2019


(CNN) — It's hard not to get excited.

It's like watching the unfolding of a modern-day fairy tale.

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, just gave birth to a boy. The royal baby becomes the "first Afro-American baby born into the royal family," a "gorgeous" symbol of racial progress in the US and Britain.

It's a lovely story that deserves to be celebrated.

But let's not use the royal birth to trot out a dangerous myth.

Let's not turn this child into another "Great Mixed-Race Hope."

We've seen this story before. A mixed-race person is elevated to a position of prominence. They're touted as proof of racial progress, part of a Brown New World in which racism will inevitably collapse in the future because there will be so many interracial relationships.

This anointing is part of what some call the ongoing "fetishization" of interracial children and adults. Remember Obama's "hope and change?" His biracial upbringing was supposed to help him bridge racial differences.

But I no longer believe in the redemptive power of interracial unions, though I am the product of such a relationship. It's a tired story. And it's a dangerous one. We can't "procreate" our way to racial equality.

Plenty of people who study race say the same. They are wary about the meaning that could be attached to the newest member of the royal family.

"I think the birth of their child will offer a symbol of hope, but will obscure the real work that has to be done to get true access and equality for black people throughout the US and UK," says Nsenga Burton, editor-at-large for The Root, an online magazine dedicated to African-American culture.

How black will the royal baby be?

Here's why we should be cautious. The royal baby watch has already resurrected some of the most dangerous stereotypes about race. And in many cases, the commentators who are reinforcing these stereotypes are totally unaware of the damage.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, doesn't seem naïve about these tricky racial issues, some say. She's already sent signals about what kind of mother she will be.

She's talked with pride about her black mother. In one essay, she talked fondly about her mother's Afro and "sweet eyes," and how her skin once "rushed with heat" after hearing her mother called the n-word.

"She was raised by her mother to embrace her blackness in a world that otherwise denigrates any connection to blackness," says Tanya Kateri Hernandez, author of "Multiracials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination."

And that pride was reflected in the way she organized her wedding, Hernandez says.

Meghan Markle's decision to chose Bishop Michel Bruce Curry to deliver a sermon at her wedding hinted how she will raise her child, some say.

She invited the first black presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church to deliver a sermon, along with a black choir. This was an Anglican affair punctuated by some unapologetic blackness: the exuberance of traditional black preaching backed up by some down-home gospel music.

"She was signaling to a wider world that yes, she was going to be a part of this royal family but she wasn't leaving her own family, and mother, behind," Hernandez says.

What will be harder to leave behind, though, are the unrealistic expectations many attach to interracial children. And the archaic -- and frankly racist -- ways many talk about their racial identity.

Where the "Great Mixed-Race Hope" comes from

Interracial children were once considered tragic figures, self-loathing objects of pity trapped between two racial identities. It was the "Tragic Mulatto Myth." It's why we were once called "mixed nuts."

The tragic mulatto has now morphed into another myth -- the "magic mulatto." We are treated as symbols of a new racial order where racism will inevitably lose its sting in the future because so many racial lines have been blurred.

Jordan Peele, an Academy Award winning film direction, is one of several prominent biracial figures.

We're now cool; we're hip. We have superpowers of racial healing. And look at all the mixed-race role models in politics, entertainment, and sports: Actress Halle Berry, Sen. Kamala Harris and director Jordan Peele. You can't open a magazine without seeing an ad with a racially ambiguous kid with light skin and curly hair.

Those who pursue interracial relationships "are our greatest hope for racial understanding," writes Sheryll Cashin in anessay entitled, "How Interracial Love Is Saving America."

Through intimacy across racial lines, a growing number of white Americans are learning to empathize with blacks and other minorities, says Cashin, author of "Loving: Interracial Intimacy in America and the Threat to White Supremacy."

"Eventually, a critical mass of white people will accept the loss of the centrality of whiteness," she wrote. "When enough whites can accept being one voice among many in a robust democracy, politics in America could finally become functional."

The epic expectations for racially-mixed people remind me in some ways of the "Great White Hope." It was the nickname given to a white boxer in the early 20th century who was pitted against Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion. The expectations of an entire race were placed on his shoulders.

He still lost. So will we, if we still use the language of white supremacy while celebrating the birth of the royal baby.

Echoes of the 'One-Drop Rule'

It's already happened. People are obsessed over the appearance and racial identity of the new royal baby. That's going to go into overdrive now.

Ebony-Renee Baker, a biracial writer, captured the breathless tone that accompanied speculation about the royal baby's looks when she wrote:

"Will this 'beautiful mixed baby' have ginger hair? Will their child look like Blake Griffin, the unofficial ambassador for biracial redheads? Considering Meghan's fair skin, will their little Lord or Lady look black at all? It was like everyone was taking bets on an exotic new show horse."

Interracial couples like this family, which gained notoriety after the mother was forced to prove her identity while flying with her son, are seen as symbols of a more racially tolerant future.

Some of this speculation, though, carries an assumption straight out of the Jim Crow era: The whiter the kid looks, the better.

It's what some call the "fetishization" of interracial children, who are now seen as "cuter" than other darker-hued children.

In the same article, Baker quotes an author who talks about this fetishization.

"We're talking about kids who are usually lighter, who have lighter hair, lighter skin, lighter eyes, who are usually mixed white. Certain kinds of mixed kids are more beautiful. They're smarter, they're healthier -- and I do not agree with these things, let's just make that clear, but that's the narrative now," said Sharon Chang, author of "Raising Mixed Race."

And then there are questions about how to racially define the royal baby. What percentage of blackness will the baby have? Will its race be based on its appearance? How black can it be?

Left unsaid is something no one has seriously suggested: Why not call the baby white?

Why? Because much of the talk about the baby's racial identity has echoes of the "one-drop rule" from slavery and the Jim Crow era. Under the one-drop rule, blackness is a permanent taint. Someone could be 99% white, but if they had a drop of black blood they were considered black. In any interracial union, the baby is always assigned to the subordinate race -- then and today, even if it's the royal baby.

Then there is the preoccupation with the precise racial mixture of the royal baby. That's another relic from the Jim Crow era, when people talked about racially mixed blacks who were called "quadroons" and "octoroons."

It's ironic that some people point to the birth of the royal baby as the dawn of a new racial era --while still using the same language and racial ideas from the Jim Crow era.

Even the Duchess of Sussex's appearance plays into the standards of beauty from a bygone era.

"Would Meghan be so beloved if she looked more like her mother in complexion and hair texture?" asks Burton, who is also co-director of the Film and Media Management concentration at Emory University in Atlanta.

"Meghan clearly had a nose job, which speaks to her profession -- acting -- but also to how she wants others to see her in the world."

The benefits of a mixed royal baby

Despite this history, there's still much to look forward to with the new royal baby.

Some of us can learn something from the royal family as we watch this child grow up.

"Seeing how the royal family grapples with in-laws and family members of African descent will be important, since many families in Britain and the US have had to navigate this issue already," says Stacey Moultry, a visiting assistant professor in American studies at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania.

This child could also redefine who should be in charge.

"Having diverse bodies represented in positions of power in politics, media, and otherwise in the public eye does have the potential to help dismantle associations between power and whiteness," says Roberta Chevrette, an assistant professor at Middle Tennessee State University who studies the rhetoric of race and gender.

But the presence of these mixed-race symbols in positions of power doesn't automatically translate into more power for people of color.

Royal history already shows that.

That's part of the lesson from Queen Charlotte. In the 18th century, she was the wife of King George II, and a descendant of the black branch of a Portuguese royal family. The images of her are striking. She looks like a racially ambiguous woman you'd see on TV. A city in North Carolina is named after her.

"Yet her reign did nothing to better the lives of the millions of blacks under her rule, including slaves in the US South or British holdings in the Caribbean," Chinyere Osuji, a sociologist, wrote in an essay on the royal couple.

But let's say Queen Charlotte decided to become a crusader against slavery, something her marriage contract reputedly forbade. She may have not been so adored. And look at Obama. Critics argue that he didn't -- and couldn't -- do enough for black and brown voters because he would have alienated too many white voters.

Many want racially mixed people to become symbols of change. But they don't want them to lead real change, says Burton, from The Root magazine.

"The birth of their baby gives symbolic hope of racial reconciliation but as we learned with other high-profile mixed race folk it's all kicks and giggles when it's entertainment, but not necessarily when mixed race people are working to create equity and permanent change through policy," Burton says.

If the birth of a racially-mixed royal baby doesn't symbolize real change, then what does?

Some say that change only comes through organizing, policy changes, and cultural shifts that lead to a place where the best schools, jobs and positions are not reserved for white men.

I think there needs to be something else, and so do others who study race.

President Obama's biracial heritage was supposed to help him unite America but racial tensions increased during his time in office.

We have to get rid of race. Racism isn't the original sin; race is.

Have you ever wondered where assigning people a "race" based on their skin color and facial features comes from? Why is it that no matter what country you visit in the world, there's usually a color hierarchy where whiter-looking people are on the top and the darker ones are on the bottom of the socio-economic ladder?

Race -- the modern-day conception of "black" and "white" people -- was created to justify the global slave trade, historians say. People noticed skin color differences in the ancient world but didn't automatically assign less intellect and beauty to those who were darker, they say.

"The need to morally justify enslaving other human beings pushed Europeans to invent a mythical biological racial 'essence' of inferiority for African-descendent people," says Susan Peppers-Bates, an associate professor of philosophy at Stetson University in Florida.

Here's another story I'd like to celebrate one day.

Imagine a child born to a couple like the Duke and Duchess, and no one obsesses over their racial mixture, or how white or black they look.

Imagine if that child was born with dark skin, a wide nose and kinky hair -- and people would still call that child "gorgeous."

All that would matter is that the child has two parents who love him or her.

That's the kind of fairy tale I'm waiting for.
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Re: The Royal Wedding: Race Mixing Propaganda at its Worst
« Reply #27 on: 10 May 2019 at 00:27 »
https://www.ntnews.com.au/news/bbc-radio-presenter-fired-for-racist-tweet-about-meghan-markle-and-royal-baby/news-story/8218a3466dbbe86f655205a27e1b1a09

BBC radio star Danny Baker has been fired over a “racist” royal baby tweet showing a picture of a monkey that he posted last night.


The tweet showed a picture of a couple clinging on to a monkey wearing a suit with the caption: “Royal baby leaves hospital”



Blaming an exaggerated Twitter storm, unapologetic Baker told The Sun: “You see these sorts of things happening to other people and you kill yourself laughing.

“It’s a Twitter storm. The point is they (the BBC) have given credence to the vampires by claiming I meant it. It’s rotten.”

Describing the moment he was told he’d lost his Saturday morning radio show, he said: “The BBC said they found it abhorrent. I told them ‘f*** you, and f*** off’.

“That’s exactly what I said to them. It wasn’t a very long call
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7040949/Shaman-boyfriend-Norways-Princess-Martha-Louise-lead-spiritual-workshop-London.html

The shaman boyfriend of Princess Martha Louise of Norway will lead a spiritual workshop in London next week

Shaman Durek, 44, real name Durek Verrett, will fly to the UK following a five-city Scandinavian speaking tour with his royal girlfriend, 47, which kicks off in Copenhagen on Sunday.



Durek, who describes himself as a 'sixth generation healer', will lead a session at the London Wellbeing Festival, where he promises to give participants a 'Shamanic clearing of unwanted energies

He will also teach followers how to 'activate their light intelligence mentality' and 'learn the meanings of "windows, doors and ladders" for quantum expansion.

A day ticket to the festival costs £11 or £13 and participants then book onto Durek's two-and-a-half hour workshop separately


>:( If having one European Race Traitor Royal wasn’t bad enough!
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« Reply #29 on: 27 May 2019 at 23:13 »
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's wife, known for her role in the hit TV show Suits *$luts*, found herself in hot water after she disobeyed the orders

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Queen Elizabeth and other members of the Royal Family. Apparently, things have been going downhill for a while; but now it’s safe to say the boat has sunken according to Royal Family insider.

It all started early last November just before Meghan and Harry announced their engagement to the world, when Meghan signed a deal with Shark Tank’s Lori Greiner. The deal states that Meghan’s New Cosmetics Line will be picked up and promoted by the American shopping channel QVC. Meghan is very proud of her line. She has been quoted as saying, “This is more than just a beauty line. This is what every woman has been dreaming of for most of her adult life


The problem is: Surprisingly nothing to do with her steamy television roles, but rather the British Royal Family has concerns with Meghan selling her products in the United States. It is customary when joining the Royal Family that any business on-goings and promotions outside of Great Britain are forbidden. It was later discovered that not even her husband, Prince Harry, knew what she was constructing in the background. When her hidden secret surfaced, it caused a rift in their relationship. Because of this, the Queen herself has now gotten involved and the situation has escalated.

The feud doesn’t seem to bother Meghan at all. She says creating a product line to help people was always her real dream; which is what spawned her beauty line. Why is the Royal Family upset? Because she failed to let them know about her massive skincare empire, which actually violates legal boundries and goes against Royal Family "ethics". Simply put, Meghan is using her fame to promote her skincare line, which as a close source to the Royal Family said is absolutely "not allowed". In response, Meghan has drastically reduced the price of the line, which is up to five times more effective than others on the market. Meghan says her miracle face crème really works and she believes her fellow Americans have a right to experience the benefits; by reducing the price she prevents the profits from being transferred to the UK and the Royal Family taking a portion of her company.

At almost 40 years old Meghan doesn't look a day older than 25, and is showing no signs of aging. She looks even more radiant and youthful than she did when she was years younger

Well she’s got a nose job and straightened her hair and tried to act and look as white as she can be, just look at that Golliwog of a kid!
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