Dense as they come. That is the only way I can describe Prince Harry at the moment. An article by the Express says that the California-based former royal is currently fuming because he doesn’t understand why people are upset with him. …Seriously? Is he really that stupid? He has become a woke, self-important nobody who has mooched off his family whilst also throwing them under the bus. His wife publicly attacked his sister-in-law for ‘making her cry’ during the Oprah shitstorm which she then tried to cover over by saying that Catherine apologised to her. Umm… I have covered this in multiple posts since the ‘tell-all’ aired in March and I am still fuming from it.
Harry’s comment regarding why he didn’t understand why people were so upset came from Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand’s book, Finding Freedom. I haven’t read the book and I don’t plan on contributing to lining Scobie’s pockets with my hard-earned cash. According to what was written, the idiot prince was reading comments about himself and Meghan online – despite saying he didn’t care about people’s opinions of him – and people were simply trolls for not saying nice things about them. Ah… this is exactly the type of thing I have spoken about before.
According to the woke crowd, the world is only allowed to have one opinion; to like something. If they don’t then the naysayers are ‘racist’. Talk about eye-roll worthy. It makes me physically sick to think about all people who actually try to speak out against wokeism but are immediately shut down because of their opinions. Look at what happened with Piers Morgan. I’ve said before that I don’t like the man but everything he has said, has been correct.
Dense And Dumb
Harry is never going to understand that he is not the man people admire anymore. Before Meghan, which seems like a distant memory, he was a happy-go-lucky chap or it appeared. According to him, he hated doing royal duties and he was the ‘yes’ man. Essentially, he hated interacting with poor African children. This really pisses me off because if this is true, then he’s never been a great human being. He might claim he is honouring his mother’s legacy, but he’s really not.
If there’s one person who is following in Diana’s footsteps right now, it’s William. He is honouring her legacy by being kind and compassionate to people and actually appreciates the love and support. Meanwhile, his dimwitted brother is crying that the public didn’t have a right to mourn her death as we didn’t know her personally. Is he really that dense? If we weren’t allowed to be upset, then we’d be accused of being unsympathetic. This is what the royal family were labelled by the public as being when they didn’t immediately respond to the news of her passing.
Also, Harry was present when Charles took the boys out to view the flowers outside the palace. He knew how much his mother was loved and yet, he complains now that the world had no right to idolise her. Talk about a dense thought process.
What Harry also fails to understand is that people are pissed at him and Meghan for not only throwing their families under the bus but for using their titles for commercial gain. They both know that without their precious dukedom, they’re nothing to Hollywood. They basically already are nobodies. No one wants to listen to their podcast and they know it. It ended behind whale sounds. Though, they can’t accept it.
Just Harry Not Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex
For some who apparently hates being a royal, Harry sure loves using his title for everything. We all know Meghan does but the idiot prince is more of a hypocrite than she is at the moment. When he put out the statement via Archewell that he was writing a memoir – that is really being written by a celebrity ghostwriter – it had hypocrite written all over it.
The statement reads:
I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become. I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story—the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned—I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think. I’m deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I’ve learned over the course of my life so far and excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful.Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex
Note the way he signed off. He used ‘The Duke of Sussex’. He knows or I hope he does that no one will read the book when it comes out if it hasn’t got his title on it.
If he actually wanted to be ‘Just Harry’, like he said it wanted to be called, then he should stop using it. A lot of people are upset because he says one thing, but then pretends he didn’t say what he did.