When I worked as a GP I was also a part time police surgeon. I was called out one night to a murder. An old man and his dog had been beaten to death by burglars and I had to take body temperatures of both and write a forensic report.
A day or so later I was called to examine the two murderers who had confessed. I had to take hair and nail samples from both of them for forensic analysis.
One of the murderers was tough and belligerent. The other was meek and nervous. It was a classic case of folie a deux. The weak guy was involved only because he did what the stronger man told him to do.
I was reminded of all that by the recent activities of the Californian royals, surely the world’s greatest whingers. It seems to me that the pair are a perfect example of a folie a deux relationship. Meghan is in charge. Harry, who was once wild enough to dress up as a Nazi, just follows.
Just watch the clip from their pathetic Netflix programme where Meghan shows how she curtseyed to the late queen. I think she’s being painfully sneery, sarcastic and contemptuous and her little bit of acting is truly embarrassing.
But it’s Harry we need to look at.
Harry, sitting beside her, definitely seems embarrassed and, I suspect, as near to ashamed as he can look.
But he doesn’t say anything.
I think he knows he should say something. But he doesn’t. He doesn’t even have his wife’s little bit of acting removed from the film – even when his grandmother is dead he leaves it there because Meghan is in charge. This is her big role in life though I suspect that until she joined the `firm’ she didn’t realise she’d married the wrong brother. She’d got the ‘spare heir’ and has realised, too late, that she’s always going to be nothing more than a bit part player as a relatively minor royal in the royal soap. In her desperate lunge for attention she seems to me to have managed to turn Harry into a whining, moaning child.
I thought it interesting that the disreputable Meghan show received similar ratings to another tired soap opera – Eastenders. I wonder if Netflix now think it was worth the sort of money they’re reputed to have paid.
(I see, incidentally, that the entitlement duo were unhappy about a member of the royal family wearing a brooch which they thought was considered racist. Really. When I was a boy I collected the stickers from Robinson’s marmalade and exchanged them for little enamelled badges of gollywogs. They were lovely little gollywogs doing a variety of sporty things. I have no idea where my badges went to but they were rather jolly and I wish I still had them. They had absolutely nothing to do with racism and anyone who thinks they were racist needs something in their life to worry about. To take offence at a brooch or badge which depicts a black person is as absurd as taking offence at Punch and Judy puppets making fun of white people.)
How much longer can this rather sad, pair keep this charade going? How long can they milk their relationship with his family? How long will the press continue to feed the couple’s extraordinary need for publicity at any price? How much hypocrisy can be ignored?
I suspect the answer is that the pair will dominate the news cycles as long as they are useful to the conspirators.
After all, their circus antics are helping the conspirators to hide the terrible things that are happening – such as the giving of the toxic, deadly covid-19 jab to babies, the death by starvation and freezing to death of thousands of elderly Westerners and the death by starvation of hundreds of millions of (mostly black) babies and children in Africa and Asia.
Thanks in part to the Meghan and Harry circus, millions of babies will be injured or killed by a vaccine that isn’t a vaccine, doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do and isn’t safe. And the deliberate cold-blooded raising of energy prices will cause mass starvation in Africa and the East.
And there’s some irony there, isn’t there?
Meghan and Harry moan about a brooch they think is racist but they provide the media and the conspirators with a smokescreen behind which racist genocide continues unnoticed.
Nothing is happening by accident. If you want to know what is happening to our world (and where we’re heading) read Endgame by Vernon Coleman. It is available as a paperback and an eBook.