Registered On: December 24, 2013
“So how would you define racism, BI? You don’t say.”
In the same way that Meghan Markle defines it, Gurny. Unlike you I’m not selective about what constitutes “racism” to suit my own political ends.
“And I think you mean sociology, not psychology.”
No I don’t, Gurny, which if you’re such an expert in psychology would be obvious to you.
Gurny, it’s amazing how you position yourself on racism and mental illness when it suits your personal agenda. The word hypocrite doesn’t do it justice. Yet here you are telling everyone how bad they are while you, yourself, are every bit as racist as they are. As for mental illness, you’re a joke.
Re MM, if the allegations she’s made are correct then the person concerned needs to own up and apologise for saying what they did. Full-stop.
Over and above that, however, I find it very strange indeed how Meghan and Harry claim they want privacy and respect on the one hand but then feel it necessary to spill the beans on prime time American TV. It also begs the question as to why Harry failed to support his wife at the time these things happened.
It’s pretty poor to blame royal aides about Meghan’s mental health when Harry could have very easily have made sure she was given the help she needed at the time. As someone who suffers from clinical depression I can tell you with 100% certainty that it isn’t something you can hide from anyone.
Likewise with the racist slur. Why didn’t Harry confront the person concerned and ensure it was dealt with by the family at the time?
Last but not least, Gurny, I’m not remotely ashamed of my country. You have to be totally naive or totally stupid to believe that the UK is any better or worse than any other — given what’s happened in the States they’re hardly in any position to be claiming the moral high ground on racism. Nor are you.