Meghan & Harry’s ‘documentary’ is betrayal, arming anti-Western, anti-British waking ideology for their own benefit

NOTHING the royal family can say or do will ever be enough for the awakened revolutionaries, the ideological stormtroopers of the far left who have taken over so many of our institutions and brainwashed our children.

For them, Britain, like the rest of the western world, is and will always be an institutionally racist, patriarchal and oppressive country with a hideous, imperialist past and no possibility of redress.

Harry and Meghan's'documentary' is an outrageous betrayal


Harry and Meghan’s ‘documentary’ is an outrageous betrayal
The Sussexes have completed their transition to political activism and sided with far-left demagogues


The Sussexes have completed their transition to political activism and sided with far-left demagoguesPhoto credit: Netflix

The Royal Family, at the head of the establishment and at the heart of our island history, embodies ‘white privilege’. It must automatically be guilty of all of these sins and more.

This insulting, annoying narrative was massively reinforced from an unlikely source.

I wish the Duke and Duchess of Sussex no ill. I was delighted with their marriage and I hope they can build a happy life together in America.

But her Netflix “documentary” is an outrageous betrayal — arming anti-Western, anti-British Woke ideology for personal gain.

In its attempt to settle scores against the royal family, the series erroneously portrays Britain through the distorted prism of this uncomfortable dogma, making a completely false connection between Brexit and Megxit, claiming royal palaces are covered in racist art and scolding the Commonwealth .

The Sussexes have completed their transition to political activism, siding with the far left demagogues in an ongoing culture war that has threatened not only the monarchy but Britain’s international reputation as a country of individual rights, the rule of law, free speech, tolerance and prosperity.

Tragic break

Just when the republican movement was at a low ebb, it is being revived by a new founding that has taken the monarchy by surprise.

Many older readers will dismiss the shows as typical Hollywood nonsense and inappropriately attempt to recontextualize meaningless American psychobabble.

You will be upset at how the Sussexes are treating the King and Queen and Prince and Princess of Wales and deeply saddened by Prince Harry’s tragic break with his father, brother and country.

But for the growing number of viewers in the UK and abroad who are exposed to critical race theory and conditioned to believe that all western countries continue to oppress minorities, this narrative makes intuitive sense.

They will, of course, believe that Harry and Meghan have been made to feel unwelcome by xenophobes and that the monarchy and establishment remain guilty of “unconscious bias” and “systemic racism”.

The damage done to Britain’s image by their unfair and unjust attack cannot be minimised.

Many young people believe in this worldview. In a Policy Exchange report, Eric Kaufmann reveals that under-26s are divided over whether or not to cancel JK Rowling or remove Churchill’s statue from Parliament Square.

It is no coincidence that support for the monarchy is much lower among young people and they are far more likely to side with the Sussexes in the current dispute.

They grow up believing that our institutions, the monarchy and history are utterly deplorable and ripe for destruction.

This is exactly what the awakened extremists had hoped for. For Karl Marx, religion was the “opium of the masses” to distract them from the revolt. The “progressives” of today’s world must wean people from patriotism and their attachment to traditional institutions such as family, nation, and monarchy if they are to truly experience their own “great awakening.”

But the King was years ahead of his time in recognizing that mass migration was changing Britain and understanding and embracing anti-racism.

His approach rightly came from an evolutionary liberal-conservative perspective that contradicted the revolutionary, authoritarian worldview.

He wants to be the monarch of all citizens, regardless of race or creed; He’s trying to update, not destroy, an institution at the heart of what it means to be British.

The king wants to unify; the awakened seek to share.

His coronation oath, in which he vows to be a “defender of the faith,” will not change, but some form of words is expected to be added to expand his commitment to other faiths in addition to the mainstream church. This is how a resilient conservative institution with a small C should work, which gradually adapts to changing conditions while preserving everything that is important.

None of this will cut the ice with revolutionaries, who will dismiss it as irrelevant and accuse anyone who disagrees of “false consciousness” and “microaggressions.” But they cannot triumph as long as the British love their monarch and their country, hence the need to delegitimize both.

One trick is to turn our strengths into weaknesses. Britain pioneered capitalism and the Industrial Revolution and helped rid the world of misery, but now we’re being blamed for ruining the environment and having to pay reparations for climate change, a Kafkaesque absurdity.

The UK invented individual liberty and fairness thanks to Magna Carta, the Bill of Rights, an independent judiciary, common law and the emergence of private property, but these are all dismissed as false liberties.

Britain led the fight against the slave trade, but the fact that the UK once tolerated this evil institution – like almost every other society since the dawn of time – is apparently all that matters.

But all countries and societies were once barbaric. Slavery, exploitation, rape, racism, ableism, misogyny, invasions, cruelty, disease and poverty were the norm everywhere for millennia.

Human life was mean, brutal and short. The British committed many atrocities and mistakes, and the classic 19th-century liberals were right to be anti-imperialist, but it is at the same time true that the British Empire ended less badly than any other contemporary empire.

The point that really matters is that Britain has moved on from its horrible past faster than almost anyone else and today, while still imperfect, is a country that has made remarkable strides in combating racism and other prejudices. Unfortunately, the Sussexes got caught in a wax maelstrom.

But Britons of all races and creeds can be proud of their country and must resist the onslaught of those who seek to bring it down.

  • Allister Heath/Telegraph Media Group Limited 2022. Meghan & Harry’s ‘documentary’ is betrayal, arming anti-Western, anti-British waking ideology for their own benefit


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