Thanks, I was not aware of the Saudi proposal, Thanks to Arrse every day is a school dayI'm guessing lokiuk's reference was to Hamilton's refusal to condemn the decision to stage a GP in KSA this year? LH was asked by several NGOs and rights groups to speak out/call for a boycott and said something to the effect that cutting off regimes with poor human rights records wasn't productive and there needed to be some engagement (i.e. 'I'm going to participate in the race' - he may have subsequently said this, but I don't hang on his every word. Or on any of them, thinking about it)...
Exactly that. If the debate is all about other people's behaviour she wins. So she is desperate to deflect criticism of her own behaviour where she can only lose.That Suits someone's agenda (SWIDT?) while deflecting from what should be being given thorough scrutiny - individual behaviour.
I saw some article that had all the press, front pages etc... for Meghan, with a time line of her 'position'.Isn’t going to be enough in the current febrile atmosphere. Race is very prevalent,, as if we hadn’t noticed.
The thing that comes out of this is that MM puts the accusations out there but doesn’t state who, when and where. She should be obliged to, if only to see how someone who is herself notoriously litigious responds.
I would be genuinely surprised if there was much more than a woolly response about sadness at her character and veracity being doubted.
Meanwhile, the HR investigation is looking at specifics.
In fact, the fact that there hasn’t been an HR procedure thus far rather suggests that The Firm was working to save MM and not itself from embarrassment, no?
Racism be damned.
I don’t think the royal family will come off too well regardless of public opinion seemingly against H&M. As I’ve said before, they are attempting to defend against a 21st century insurgency - with 19th century generals and tactics.
So that makes it easy.There's a few additional clips to be aired on CBS This Morning in it he says:
Harry says he doesn't like sitting around in Windsor and doesn't like England much.
I hope any Brit will afford his the same courtesy.
Do you mean his Aunt, Princess Anne, the Princess Royal?Well like mother-in-law and her Panda eyed interview, the poor racially abused Princess Pushy seems intent on airing to the world how hellish her life...”I can’t breathe”... had become.
The anguished and tortured look of a sensitive and mortally wounded doe does credit to her training as a Suit’s ‘almost’ leading lady.
Her Hollywood training and life long drive to become a real Princess show a steely determination, she now has her sights on the inappropriately (racially) named 'White House’, no doubt she’ll be wanting to change that.
As for Harry, he seemed to be along for the ride, tugged along by his gonads. His sister has a bigger pair and may well take his place as the new Captain General RM, more power to her. Now she, is a British Royal Princess, who follows her Mother's example of what duty to the Nation means.
Did Oprah The Hutt tell her, "Now now, Honey Chile. It's across the wrist you want to go, not up with your blade. That will sort it."Woke up this morning, turned on the TV and the first thing I hear is Megan whinging about, "suicidal thoughts" and how the Royals discussed whether or not her sprog would be born with a suntan.
An Oprah Winfrey interview was always going to have an impact and it's clear that the usual suspects have jumped on the bandwagon - I suspect with many of the celebrities who've commented primed to do so beforehand.I don’t think the royal family will come off too well regardless of public opinion seemingly against H&M. As I’ve said before, they are attempting to defend against a 21st century insurgency - with 19th century generals and tactics.
Do you mean his Aunt, Princess Anne, the Princess Royal?
Harry has one sibling, William.