The end when it comes for some of our cultures doesn’t always produce huge waves of destruction and chaos worthy of song and legend, but sometimes instead goes forward with a pathetic whimper.
And my guess is that in the case of the British royalty that has existed in some coherent form for well over a thousand years, we’ll continue to see a slow decline into insignificance.
Although to be fair, I always thought that such a fall would be through the usual vices that have plagued every ruling house since the days of Ancient Rome – I never thought miscegenation with weird mulattoes would be the cause of death.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have today announced they are engaged and will marry early next year after days of fevered speculation that he had proposed to his American girlfriend.
The couple will appear together on national TV in the UK for the first time this evening to discuss their engagement and whirlwind relationship of 16 months after posing outside Kensington Palace at 2pm.
I’ve been reading the Brit tabloids this morning (it’s painful for an American like myself), and I’ve never seen such censorship – even after terrorist attacks or after London riots.
The common people actually seem to be truly and absolutely disgusted by this news, although I would be surprised beyond description if they did anything other than whine on the internet – knowing Cuck Island, they’d probably hit people with sedition charges for criticizing the future Nubian Princess.
That’s all she is – the Michael Jackson treatments cannot erase the fact that her children with Harry are almost certainly going to be monstrosities.
Just look at Markel’s mother for appearance references.
Harry, 33, who revealed a year ago he had fallen for the actress after a four to six month secret relationship, proposed to Meghan, 36, in London earlier this month.
Royal protocol dictated that fifth in line to the throne Harry had to ask his grandmother the Queen for permission to marry and she agreed in the month where she celebrated her own 70th wedding anniversary.
In a statement Her Majesty and Prince Philip said they are ‘delighted for the couple and wish them every happiness’ and this morning huge crowds of tourists and royal fans gathered outside Buckingham Palace.
I’m shocked she agreed to this.
I know Prince Charles is a disgraceful weakling, but I figured the Queen would still have had enough memory of the past to adamantly say no to Harry’s weird animal fetish.
Harry and his American fiancee, who divorced her first husband in 2013, will move into Nottingham Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace next door to his brother William and sister-in-law Kate.
Just for the record, Markel’s first husband was a Jew producer of some sort.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said in a joint statement: ‘We are very excited for Harry and Meghan. It has been wonderful getting to know Meghan and to see how happy she and Harry are together’. The boys’ father Prince Charles said he was ‘thrilled’ and ‘very happy indeed’ for them.
Harry also asked Meghan’s parents Thomas Markle and Doria Ragland, who divorced when their daughter was six, for her hand in marriage before popping the question a few weeks ago, it emerged today.
They said: ‘Our daughter has always been a kind and loving person. To see her union with Harry, who shares the same qualities, is a source of great joy for us as parents’
Translation: “Our daughter, who normally would have wound up either as a broken drug addict or mental asylum patient (people of mixed race have abnormally-high levels of psychological illnesses), is now going to be one of the richest and most influential women in the world.”
Harry and Meghan have not said where they will marry but most senior royals marry at Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral or the chapel at Windsor Castle. Sources have said it is likely to be a church wedding.Meghan could become a princess or alternatively be given the title Duchess of Sussex when she marries the fifth in line to the throne and joins the royal family.