Meghan and Prince Harry choose visiting terrorist-celebrating Nelson Mandela Exhibition over meeting with President Trump
commentary by Jack Sen - cofounder Liberty Defenders - taken and tweaked from his interview on Resistance Radio
"Apparently the Royals, who we all know care absolutely nothing for Britain's working class and poor, decided it was in their self-interest to make a political statement by not only snubbing President Trump this past weekend- but visiting the Nelson Mandela exhibition championed by Labour traitor and nutter, Peter Hain.
After all, virtue signalling to other liberal rich do-gooder scumbags about how tolerant and compassionate you are - when you are anything but - is all the rage at the top these days.
And nothing says tolerance like celebrating the life of a terrorist.
I rarely criticise the Royals due to the fact that as a traditionalist I try my utmost to see the best in them, even when there's so little worthwhile to behold, but this is a new low, even for the morally bankrupt House of Windsor.
To snub the American leader yet take the time to visit a Mandela memorial but two days after Trump's departure reeks of political posturing and bias, which I always thought was forbidden.
Let me take this opportunity to educate Markle and Harry.
Firstly, Mandela was a Marxist who killed tens of thousands of white and black civilians. He is not to be celebrated. He shouldn't have a statue in our Parliamentary Square - the reason why my organisation hung that sign from his hands earlier this year - nor should you be intentionally celebrating his life while both Britain and South Africa CRUMBLE because of Left wing ideologues like Mandela and Markle.
Secondly, the Americans buy more from us than any other nation on earth and the President can take that way with but one swipe of his pen. We need the Americans if Brexit is going to be a success economically.
For the Royals, as utterly brainless and inane as they are at times, to be so bloody arrogant and obtuse when our nation's future is at stake, makes me sick. For them to choose an expired Mandela over the current president of the united States is mind boggling and treasonous.
Then there's the hypocrisy this country has shown towards President trump.
Our elite have welcomed heads of state from China, Israel and Saudi Arabia - nations with documented human rights violations as per the UN - yet we can't treat President Trump with the respect he deserves?
Shame on you Charles, William and Harry. Your entire income is based on our nation's GDP.
Meghan has her pole dancing to fall back on. What do you lot have?
Without a good trade agreement with the Americans, what do you think will happen to our national income, and with it YOUR salaries, you cretins?
I doubt any of you will take a PAY CUT when our economy goes belly up thanks to how deplorably you, Theresa May and the elitist scum running our country into the ground have treated the good president on his first and possibly only visit to Britain."
When Jack Sen, the former UKIP Prospective Member of Parliament for West Lancs and Liberty Defenders co-founder, was asked why he thought they acted so appallingly, he responded,
"Don't discount the influence that Yankee conwoman has on the Windsor males.
My guess is she convinced the foolish fellas - seduced by her smooth caramel legs and phony Hollywood smile - that Trump's too much of a racist and misogynist to entertain.
That family has a track record of acting on impulse and allowing their loins to dictate their actions - Diana and her Middle Eastern lovers, Charles with Camilla etcetera - even when said actions are detrimental to this country's image and wellbeing.
Still it's no excuse and downright shameful these grown men, that suck so heartily from the public teat, have let this classless divorcee influence them as she has.
Unless they're all getting some, it makes no sense.
President Trump is more pro-British than any US president has been in decades, yet has been mistreated in the vilest way imaginable..."
Original article from the Metro to follow a message from the Liberty Defenders
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Source article - Associated Press
Prince Harry, Meghan visit Nelson Mandela exhibition
LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have visited an exhibition in London charting the life of Nelson Mandela. Peter Hain, a former anti-apartheid campaigner and chair of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, said it was "very fitting" for the royal couple to visit because Harry does charitable work in southern Africa, and Meghan has said that Mandela is one of her heroes.
(1 of 6) Britain's Prince Harry, right, and his wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex wave at onlookers as they arrive for their visit to the launch of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, marking the 100th anniversary of anti-apartheid leader's birth, at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, Tuesday, July 17, 2018.
Harry has visited sites associated with Mandela, including his Robben Island prison cell, and a former Mandela aide has said that Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed a solid friendship with the South African leader.
Meghan chose a sleeveless beige trench coat-inspired dress by Canadian brand Nonie for the occasion. The exhibition, curated by the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, is opening Tuesday at London's Southbank Center.