“Gypsy Magic” – Taureau Quoniam Vivo Filii Mei, Non Tollitur Sine Eis 😥 I Live For My Sons, I Would Be Lost Without Them. (Princess Di)
Before May ends, which is sad that the prevailing social politics feels it has to name it Mentally-Ill Month, I have to give the award this year around to The Duke & Duchess of Sussex. Disgraced couple Prince Harry & Meghan Markle have been going about town talking about their problems garnering little to no sympathy from The Public At Large and people are fed up of them. Almost everyday there’s a new Brit on the airwaves with their take on it, followed by the insults of Americans who agree posting on the videos. People are out here suffering and dealing with their non-prestigious problems, and don’t need to hear about the woes of your privileged life Harry on a cheap podcast. If I’d grew up in the opulence like you, I would bloody well know what to do with it and how to handle the problem. First of all, what you’re complaining about it typical. Parenting is not a perfect art. Many families out there have particular problems to cope with and it can be artful in how a person deals with it. What I would say in your case is that there are certain crucial points you’re not hitting on with your Mother’s experience in The Royal Family and everything surrounding it, which I won’t cover. Now, if you were really unloading on the truth of all that and how it really affected you trying to process that growing up and being so powerless to address The Potentates behind it, then you would have our interest. The reason why your brother William is dealing with it so well is not so much because he’s older, but more that he’s a different person than you. How do you know that he’s not feeling it too, and is just calculating? I’m looking at your situation and the rest of them, and am seeing the problem play out. It’s a shame that Meghan and her family got mixed up in it though and are now permanently involved. You & Meghan running away over here will not free you from it. What you should have done was studied a bit more. Yes you feel slightly freer now, but it’s an illusion. Remember you’re not that little boy anymore “trapped” within The Regal System having to accept what happened. There are solutions. The right training and counseling from the right person would have helped you. Instead of trotting around complaining to Commoners, you would have operated shrewdly and garnered some powerful slick allies, figured out a way to turn the tide, reclaim a station of high honor and right a terrible wrong using your might. My thoughts are currently on William as the one.
Hmm, ain’t it odd that Prince Philip (99) and Dark Man X (50) both died on the same day, April 9th? Also on that date, Prince Charles inherited his father’s Title as The Duke Of Edinburgh. The man simply known by the Roman numerals DMX, was also known for his command holding 2 wild dogs at bay, very reminiscent of the African War God Ogun. DMX & Prince Philip’s lives were ever so different, but some similarities are there. While Philip was born into royalty with the lifestyle and power, DMX’s birth name was Earl, also a royal title where in life he himself proved to deal with much adversities handling himself as his own Sovereign. And in doing so, attracting well, you know, it’s no secret that “some people” were trying ever so hard to kill him over the years simply because he refused to fall in line being their industry slave. In youth, Prince Philip had his royal chiseled features attracting interest, and DMX, a nice looking brother, had that striking presence in a place when you saw him. I don’t dig a lot of his raunchy rap lyrics, but the hooks were great. He brought the hood showmanship on stage and kept it real. He had that Rottweiler voice. DMX also had a strong interest in God and often prayed to Him. Where Prince Philip is concerned, he was very ill on his deathbed in a hospital, and during that unfortunate time, Prince Harry & his wife Meghan decided to interview with Oprah and disclose some troubling royal family issues. Now, I didn’t think it was cool, but I sensed some deeper problems as to why they would do it at that time, as bad as it was. How things were supposed to go is like this. After the royal wedding, and birth of Archie, and so on, as a royal couple they were expected to merrily live the life serving The Queen. Not have a fallout. It really doesn’t look good. Now I’m not a Conformist at all, I have my own rebellious ways, just shrewdly done in a suitable fashion. I expected there would be some problems with them over there, but not extending to such a decline. Personally I don’t think Meghan belonged there. And in the little Pro-Black circles on the internet, they’re seeing her as a negro Bed-Wench who married some freckled-faced Overseas Colonizer. They do not have the nicest things to say about you. And I wonder what the hell did these White People from The Firm say about you behind The Palace walls because it couldn’t compare to the rawness of your own people insulting you. I’m just being real with you. Prior to the explosive interview, we were hearing stuff and seeing signs of a crack in that whole thing and while some of us were still hopeful for you, others were just waiting for the failure so they can unleash a slew of racist things because they felt you should have married a Black Man. Listening to some of the stuff and the commentary, you’re lucky that they’re still choosing to not dwell too much on it with the ratchetness, only alluding to the fact that you got your Nigger come up, but then played yourself. The whole thing may have been Prince Harry’s idea to do The Royal Exit, but it looks really bad on you though. And one of your biggest critics is Piers Morgan, someone I’ve paid attention to over the years enough to recognize his antics. You see just a couple weeks before this Oprah interview, someone happened on a few comments I made on Youtube about someone popular embattled with legal issues and the person began attacking me on my points. As I countered this person tit for tat, I could tell from the behavior & style of writing who it might be, and if he kept coming, I was going to playfully allude a couple things letting him know. So I relate my own anecdote to suggest that people are entitled to their own opinions and to freely express them publickly or privately with you and running to complain about it and get the person fired isn’t cool. I happen to agree with him and other Brits about how out of order it was to embarrass The Royal Institution like that. I’m not exactly on their side either, but YOU didn’t belong there. You just don’t enter into a complex situation like that without the proper knowledge or preparedness, especially when there are known problems. Some of the stuff you said in that interview is questionable, and has already been disproven. If Prince Harry fell in love with a slightly darker-skinned woman who was thoroughly raised in England and is aware of royal protocols, the situation may have went better. A royal riff probably would not have happened. There are Darkies out here that encounter racism regularly and we have our own cute and classy way of dealing with it and winning. I remember in finer times when you were touring with Harry in Africa, some guy out there told the press that you should stop referring to yourself as Black because the people out there don’t really see you that way. If you were some tar-colored girl with kinky hair trying to make your way in life, your complaints would be more believable. And yet you’re out there as if you’re really suffering when girls who look like you typically do quite well in life within a racist system since slavery. And I agree with Tucker, who nicely criticized you, and some of what Megyn Kelly had to say. And if you keep complaining, it won’t be long until some hard-core ghetto girls living in the dark recesses of their neighborhoods start reading you too, and bluntly letting you know that you don’t really have a real problem compared to them getting into fights, dodging bullets in The Hood, being somebody’s baby mama, beefing with Hoodlums, dealing with a drug habit and getting in and out of jail. After a while, you’ll start looking like a fool who got ahead tremendously in life, but messed yourself up, rather than being seen as some poor victim of racism. The Royal Institution did let you in to marry Prince Harry, and they accepted you though you didn’t fit the standard of what was proven to work in the past, and any slight issue you had should have been privately and tactfully addressed with The Firm. And maybe you both did all that to no avail, but the current moves you’re making don’t look right. And I understand that you aren’t used to the British lifestyle, history, mannerisms, pomp and finery, but some of us out here are from certain parts of the globe, having a pretty interesting background where in one sense the person seems like a Commoner living humbly, but has traceable roots going all the way back to some kind of Nobility, and the person carries within, a rich legacy for The World to see when the time comes.
So we have the matrimonial ritual ceremony come back around in full circle with Meghan Markle being wedded to Prince Harry in
May 19, 2018 and now the royal birth of their baby boy, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor (Baby Sussex) on May 6th 2019
to celebrate for their anniversary and Mother’s Day. What a joyous moment.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by David Fisher/REX/Shutterstock (1310708m) Catherine Middleton and Prince William The wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, Buckingham Palace, London, Britain – 29 Apr 2011