The Coronation of King Charles III was watched by millions of individuals in Britain as well as all across the world, but instead of celebrating the pomp and circumstance of the occasion, popular leftists in the UK chose to focus on the fact that the Royal Family is allegedly too “white”.
The monarchy in Britain has historically been a focal point for bringing together individuals of many political ideologies and fostering a sense of nationalism. The institution, which promoted libertarian values and played a crucial role in ending slavery in the West, has been attacked by leftists in the UK more and more as a racist remnant of the country’s colonial history.
On Saturday, several people evidently couldn’t contain their hatred towards the Royal Family. Or maybe they just couldn’t help themselves from promoting their communist and anti-white views on the big platform the Coronation gave.
Adjoa Andoh, a Brigerton actress who appeared on ITV, said, “We moved from the rich variety of the Abbey to a horribly white balcony,” in reference to King Charles with his family waving at thousands of fans from the balcony at Buckingham Palace. That has really impacted me.
Andoh, who had the chance to be a successful actress on each side of the Atlantic and who is also married to a man that is white, author Howard Cunnell, continued, “I also find myself looking at these upcoming generations and contemplating: ‘What will be the nuances that they’re going to reside in as they grow?'”
Except for fellow woke leftist Meghan Markle, Andoh was hardly alone in her criticism of the Royal Family. Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu stated that “the Ideologies of White Supremacy is plainly, figuratively, and in symbolic terms the very bread & butter inside the British Monarchy and exceptionally demonstrated on Buckingham Palace’s balcony all the while the multicultural/multiethnic/multi-race ‘isms’ remain underneath where they truly belong.”
The monarchy’s followers, according to Dr. Shola, who is often supported by legacy media sources to criticize the colonial past of the UK, have a “peasant mentality.”
“A show displaying stolen wealth. As Charles enforces TRADITION that has placed you in a chokehold, you BEGG for scraps,” she wrote.
Ironically, several white lefties joined in on the criticism of the King for his race. Dr. Charlotte Proudman, for example, said of a portrait of Charles receiving the crown in Westminster Abbey, “What a wonderful image of white male power and entitlement. Sums up who is in charge in our nation.”
In response, Laurence Fox, the head of the Reclaim Party and presenter of GB News, said: “Perhaps you should resign from your position and offer it to one of these poor ignorant black people who would have very little chance of achieving without your white kindness.”
Dr. Proudman, the Director of the woke advocacy organization Right2Equality, said that Fox’s reply inadvertently suggested that he, not she, believed that black people tend to be “poor and stupid. This is the epitome of white male privilege gone bad.”
“I believe color of skin is incidental,” Fox retorted. “You consider it essential. Stop acting as if black people can only succeed with your help. In many circumstances, they are just as intelligent as you are, if not more so. Racism is defined as “perceiving yourself as being more privileged.”