April 29, 2011, - 7:52 pm

FUNNY Video: South Central Reacts to Royal Wedding + Am I the Only US Chick Who Doesn’t Care?

By Debbie Schlussel

You gotta watch these absolutely hilarious videos.  Very funny and spot on!  For all of the deriding of the ghetto, these people in South Central actually have the proper level of enthusiasm about the Royal Wedding.  The exact opposite is that English moron in the second video, who’s gotta be be gay. Dude surrendered his man card.

I think I’m the only woman in America (other than Queen Latifah on the motorcycle–and she looks like she plays for Rosie O’Donnell’s team)–who couldn’t care less about the Royal Wedding.  I didn’t get up at 4:00 a.m. or whenever it was to see it.  I couldn’t care less about the dress, someone with a pug nose and bad teeth named Pippa, and those fugly-ass silly hats they wear that look like the Road Runner died and got buried on someone’s hair.  It’s frankly sexism that American men are “criminals” and “pigs” for thinking about hot women who aren’t their wives, while our country is publicly celebrating that practically every woman in America is openly fantasizing she’s the princess marrying the would-be figurehead balding welfare queen, who might some day cross dress into the welfare King position if only Granny Liz and Papa Chuck would die soon enough. That ain’t equality . . . you know, the equality the angry feminists are always clamoring for.

Unlike most American women, I don’t fantasize about this stuff because I’m pretty happy with my life, I’m passionate about what I’m doing, and wouldn’t want to be anybody else anywhere else.  The American women obsessed with today’s events are shallow, cosmetic, and into shallow, cosmetic stuff. Not very bright. And not to happy, either. Not sure how they are any different than two sorority sisters at the mall, with apologies to the sisters . . . and the mall.

Most American women, gushing ad absurdum about two total strangers in England, today, apparently don’t like their husbands all too well, are unhappy with their economic and social lots in life, and dream of having that instead.  That’s what a fantasy is–that you dream of and long of something different, something “better.” And I dare say, most of those women are liberal women and feminists, on either side of the aisle who don’t have a man in their relationships because they’ve assumed the alpha male role and neutered the real male.  Think Sarah Palin and Michelle Fraudkin (both of whom are the breadwinners and power holders in their Mr. Mom households), Laurie David, Hillary Clinton, etc. Probably even Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Hussein Obama Idi Amin Dada. Feminists on the right are no different than feminists on the left and just as damaging to America.

And then there are all the other unhappy American women, unhappy with what they “settled” for, never thinking for a moment that maybe it was hubby who settled or got stuck.  While you are fantasizing about marrying an inbred prince in front of millions with a long train, guess what?  He’s probably fantasizing about a swimsuit model and wishing she was there next to him instead of the fat chick in sweats and a ponytail.  I’m all for marriage, but it’s apparent many of these people ain’t all that happy with theirs. Wow, am I glad I’m none of these people.  I don’t need to fantasize like them because I’m happy.  They need to fantasize about today’s Royal Wedding because they are not, and have nothing going on.  They aren’t happy with raising a family, maintaining a household, etc.  Feminism taught them it’s not good enough, that they need power.  And even when they get it, now they want the fairy tale that ain’t so fairy-tale-ish, so much as it is a British government-paid production of people with bad teeth. If you get excited that two total strangers kissed twice on their wedding day, that’s pretty sad. Get a life. These are the same American women who caused non-stop, 24/7 media coverage of glorified high school drop-out Princess Diana’s death, another “so what, who cares?” for me, but fantasy life for them.

To me, there is so much more worthy and important stuff for my time than who made someone’s dress or “was Pippa wearing thong underwear?” as some of these vapid commentators reportedly asked on live TV. More important stuff, like protecting our freedoms, like fighting off the Islamic threat to our country, a threat that is well inside our borders. More important stuff, like saving the American male, the most extinct species on the planet. Like getting rid of the socialized medicine the Brits–yes William’s and Kate’s people–brought upon themselves along with the ceaseless Muslim immigration that we emulated.

I’m so glad we in America dumped these royals well over 200 years ago.  Why do so many feminist dumbass-ettes dream of that kind of life? Why dream of being a British princess welfare queen when you are an American?

Because they don’t appreciate what they have, including a great American life, where even the fat chick in sweats is living better than in pretty much every other country on the planet.

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62 Responses

“I think I’m the only woman in America (other than that woman on the motorcycle–and she looks like she plays for Rosie O’Donnell’s team)–who couldn’t care less about the Royal Wedding.”

Not so! I was up that early and chose not to turn on the TV. I’m so out of it, I thought the wedding was last weekend :)

Road Warrior on April 29, 2011 at 8:05 pm

I didn’t watch the so-called “Royal Wedding”, I was doing other things today. Why is the US media so focused on this wedding and not the tornadoes that hit the deep south so hard this week? Is it because the people in the deep south are redblooded americans (like me, DS and every poster on this site) who love this country alot? Is it that there too conservative down there? Think about it, just saying.

“A nation is defined by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on April 29, 2011 at 8:14 pm

    SeanR, pure escapism.

    I think Debbie is right about the royals but what people are watching is the glitzier version of “The Bachelor.” Its getting away from life’s cares for awhile.

    I’ll never be a king and I could care less if its the Wedding Of The Century. As an American, I am happy and keep things in proper perspective. Whether they have found true love is their business.

    And life goes on.

    NormanF on April 30, 2011 at 2:48 am

For once I disagree. This was a show of Christianity to our muslim radicals who for once were arrested for trying to set foot in the capital. It was Christian, grande, patriotic and a distraction from the financial and social crap we are all exposed to at the moment.
Debbie, this post makes you sound very masculine and to be honest, diminishes the respect I like others have had for you and your stand against Islamification.
The royal family are the only thing the EDL and other patriots will fight for and when someone so respected demeans the institution of our monarchy, they really are barking up the wrong tree. Have you checked how may of us donate via Paypal?
Shall we just cast you off as just another privaleged American Jew?

A: Wow, alas, you’re just another anti-Semite/Jew-Hater, as evidenced by your last sentence. I really don’t clamor for the respect of Jew-haters. Sorry. Plus, for someone who claims to be against Islamic “radicals,” and for Christianity and tradition, you’re very ignorant. Actually the British family has pandered to Muslims for decades, especially the last one. Maybe you were living inside a mushroom during all of that? Check my site on Prince Charles and his pandering to Islam, including this:
http://www.debbieschlussel.com/714/another-halloween-costume-tampon-man-now-islams-envoy-to-u-s/
I don’t see how this wedding fights Islam at all. Instead, I think it’s a celebration of nothing–figureheads–while those with actual power in Britain are doing nothing to stop the growing Islamic problem.

I actually have very few supporters from the UK via paypal to my account. And if they are Jew-hating wimps like you, who the heck needs ‘em? Regardless, it would not change my view and isn’t the point of the piece, which is that this is a spectacle that is gushed over disproportionately by American women b/c they aren’t happy with their lives and their men. And that they are allowed to do it and celebrate it while American men can’t do the same with their fantasies, is sexist.

Presenting facts isn’t masculine, although you sound rather feminine in your defense of this baloney, and it sounds like you’re bothered by that. Clearly, someone needs to have the balls that you clearly checked at the door. The whole gushing over the wedding was about looks and materialism and cosmetics, with which the shallow–mostly women and gay men (not sure which of these you are, but it’s gotta be one of ‘em)–gush over.

Not sure where the heck the “tradition” in this is, since Will and Kate lived (and slept) together for years before getting married, and, again, Will’s father is a panderer to Islam. But, hey, you keep telling yourself that this is about tradition, fighting Islam, and other BS. It clearly isn’t. Though your comment’s ending tells me that you are clearly about Jew hatred. Have fun with that . . . and your copy of Mein Kampf. Something tells me that’s the real English “patriotism.” DS

Alan Mac on April 29, 2011 at 8:36 pm

    Alan – has it not occurred to you yet that Debbie HATES the UK and everything we stand for, no matter WHAT side we stand on? We have no redeeming qualities and we’re all just waiting for the day when we can present our arses to Mecca. Trying to discuss the point or clear up an issue which, based on real experience of having lived in the UK all your life, is a waste of time. She Knows Best. And if she says we’re all doomed, welfare-dependent, rotten-toothed Islamic patsies, when who are we to argue with such meaningless things as day to day facts?

    Alison on April 29, 2011 at 9:28 pm

      Dear Alison: The UK birthrate is 1.58 as a whole; replacement is 2.1. For your Islamic subgroup, it is closer to 4. Your royal family already panders to Islam, your cost of living is insane, your NHS turns out horrible results, your educational system, save for a very few elite universities, IS pathetic, the worst in Western Europe. You smoke like fiends and drink like fishes.

      Oh, and the vast majority of your women are doggies. That is no doubt the reason for the less than replacement birthrate, in addition to the fact that with all the ciggies and booze, your men can’t get it up.

      By the way, I was a Permanent Resident in the Commonwealth for awhile, and worked in the NZed NHS. With worthless Brits.

      Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 1:44 am

        Sorry, forgot. I couldn’t give to shits about the terrorist pandering Royal Family wedding.

        Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 1:46 am

          Sorry, it’s late—”Two shits.” My bad.

          Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 1:47 am

        Ahhhh, I love the smell of rampant xenophobic claptrap in the morning. You certainly deserve the second part of your name, Occam’s TOOL.

        Alison on May 2, 2011 at 8:34 am

          Dear Alison. Yes, I have one, Alison. Unlike your transgendered boyfriend.

          Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    @Alan

    I think you missed the point bud. However, lets say you didnt then my argument is this: You’re not going to agree w/ every article on this site, just like you wont enjoy every song a particular artist sings or every movie an certain actor makes. There will always be a couple you may not like. But if this is the first time you disagree out of all of the articles posted and you are willing to cast ds off as a “privaleged American Jew,” then you are truly ignorant.

    jdiz on April 30, 2011 at 1:38 pm

    Bravo. The best analysis of the royal wedding ANYWHERE! I wish more people thought like you!

    DaveB on April 30, 2011 at 5:19 pm

    Dear Alan:

    This Jew will kick you in the slats the next time you ask for help after the next terror bombing, scumbag.

    Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 1:52 am

LOL What an awesome diatribe against the cowardly British Monarchy, who have always been imbred welfare queens!

This week we honor rich white trash, next week its back to Islam – which Prince Charles and his kin regularly prop up as a religion of peace, progress, and environmentalism!

John on April 29, 2011 at 9:00 pm

    John… I’m sorry, but “cowardly”?

    Two of the princes have seen actual action in the Armed Forces (Andrew and Harry), and William is an active member of the Royal Air Force and works as part of a sea Search and Rescue team. That also makes them FAR from being Welfare Queens. And, given a choice, the majority of us would vote to keep them just as they are, thanks very much.

    Prince Charles might be away with the mixer, but can you tell me which of his “kin” props up Islam on a regular basis? Even HE doesn’t do that!

    Be against the monarchy by all means, that’s anyone’s right. But at least be honest about your reasons why. Plus, GOOD NEWS! They’re not your monarchy so you really don’t need to have such concerns anyway.

    Alison on April 29, 2011 at 9:23 pm

      Alison:

      Charles does support Sharia. Harry does fight with his boys, which is lovely. He’s still an a-hole, but of all the Royals, he has the closest resemblence to a human.

      I’m glad you love the Royals, but you Brits stopped being of much use around 1956.

      You are falling to Islam. Oh, and by the way, your women are the UGLIEST I’ve seen.

      Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 1:59 am

        Weird that, since we’re fighting right alongside you even now. Nice to know that you appreciate the JOINT effort.

        Also, if we’re so ugly, then you should be DELIGHTED that we’ll soon all be under the Islamic yoke. After all, you won’t have to look at our faces anymore. Shame you can’t hide your ugly heart and soul so easily, isn’t it?

        Alison on May 2, 2011 at 3:04 pm

          Dear Alison:

          I will laugh loud and long when you clowns go under the burqa sometime between 2020 and 2030. Then I will have to get my 68 year old ass up(in 2028), grab my IMI Desert Eagle, and rescue your sorry ass. That’ll be because there will be no armed friendly men in the UK to do so by then.

          Have fun, dipstick!

          Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 3:44 pm

DS – I am proud to call you my countryman. (..or whatever the PC equivalent is!)

starkexpo on April 29, 2011 at 9:38 pm

P.S. – I couldn’t watch this AM as I had to walk the dog….. who created a similar ‘event’ for me to pick up…. WOOFFFF!!

starkexpo on April 29, 2011 at 9:40 pm

>Feminists on the right are no different than feminists on the left and just as damaging to America.

Debbie, your statement is absolutely true. The only difference I have found between the feminists (both need a man in their lives to have someone to blame when things go wrong) is that the lefties want the man out of the house, but still serving as an ATM, while the righties want him around to discipline the kids — at which point they rush in to save the little darlings and the guy gets to be the jerk. And still be an ATM, of course. Both want to be able to divorce the husband any time they wish and clean him out; both insist he have no such option. Both are horrified by male sexuality — how could God/Darwin do this to them? And both want women to be free to murder husbands with impunity, i.e. to have all the legal excuses and protections available to get off scot free when they do so.

This royal wedding rubbish is just Woman Porn. I’m sure many men have wondered what porn for women would be like. Now they know.

J'Kel on April 29, 2011 at 10:06 pm

“Am I the Only US Chick Who Doesn’t Care?” – headline

Actually, there’s at least one woman in America – and originally from (once-)Great Britain, at that – who likewise couldn’t care less about this “royal” wedding. Amazingly, her comments are found on a site (which I won’t link to) that deals with clips of vintage local TV from Chicago, relating to coverage of the ‘other’ royal wedding, from 30 years before, of Chuck and Di.

ConcernedPatriot on April 29, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    To add to what ConcernedPatriot said, there is yet another US chick who doesn’t care about the Royal Wedding–Ann Coulter.

    JeffE on April 30, 2011 at 11:45 pm

As for you racist diatribe about British ppl having ‘bad teeth’. Em, British people, along with Germans have the best dental health in the world:

http://tinyurl.com/yezqpl9

Next time you take offence at someone making an offensive anti-Jew remark based on a crude stereotype, please see your inherent hypocrisy!

B: Ah, another British Jew-hater defending the Royal wedding. Question: what “race” are the British people? Not sure about how mentioning bad teeth is “racism” when the UK is made of many races. But you keep telling yourself that . . . at the next SS reunion meeting. DS

Barry on April 29, 2011 at 10:37 pm

Alison:

I have to disagree with you. Prince Charles renounced “defender of the (Christian) faith” from his royal title in order to pander to Islam. He is now simply “defender of faith.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/theroyalfamily/3454271/Prince-Charles-to-be-known-as-Defender-of-Faith.html

That is part of the longtime trend of the royal family to move to the left in order to curry favor with the British and international media and elite opinion-makers; to be accepted by the crowd that publishes the Guardian and Le Monde. While I do acknowledge the military service of Charles and his sons, the British royal family is part of the problem, not part of the solution.

Gerald on April 29, 2011 at 11:21 pm

    Gerald – that is one instance. It hardly covers “a regular basis”. Also, he said it years ago and, thankfully, the title isn’t even his yet since it belongs to the monarch alone.

    The term Defender of the Faith is technically obsolete anyway, having been granted to Henry VIII by the Pope for Henry’s defence of the Roman Catholic Church and its teachings. In the UK it has been illegal for us to have a Roman Catholic monarch for centuries so we’re sort of hanging onto the title by nefarious means now, ahahahah. Plus, our monarch is the titular head of the Church of England.

    And I did say Charles was away with the mixer… :D

    Alison on April 29, 2011 at 11:52 pm

I would like to believe that some people have an interest in the royal wedding because it represents one of the last vestiges, the last institutions or traditions, of traditional western European culture. Now I didn’t watch the wedding (didn’t even know that it was on … way too busy!) but I would HOPE that at least SOME of those who did viewed it as something akin to attending a classical music concert, watching a Shakespeare play, or spending a night at the opera. (Or, if you are a southern white person, an antebellum style debutante ball.)

In that sense, it is much preferable to more coarse and vulgar (or depraved) pastimes as professional wrestling/MMA/UFC, the Jerry Springer/Maury Povich/Oprah Winfrey show, or keeping up with the Kardashians/Lady Gaga/Lindsay Lohan/Miley Cyrus. When you consider that the most significant British contributions to American pop culture in the past 50 years have been the Beatles, Survivor and American Idol … again that puts the royal wedding in context.

If they weren’t such a bunch of Islamo-pandering leftists, it would be enough to wish for more of them. Otherwise, pushing all that trash off the TV airwaves for a few hours wouldn’t be so bad.

Gerald on April 29, 2011 at 11:30 pm

    Admitted our politicians walk the pc line but so far not one of them has given his first ever speech after gaining office in Cairo.

    Or proclaimed that the prettiest sound on the planet is that of a wailing muezzin.

    Or decided that our technological programmes should be shared with Islam.

    Or installed Muslim Brotherhood stooges into the heart of Government.

    Or stated that if it came to the crunch he’d defend Islam first.

    When it comes to Islamo pandering there’s only one real contender in the west and his name is Barack Hussein Obama.

    logdon on April 30, 2011 at 9:31 am

Weddings can destroy countries with suicidal laws.
http://crazyislam.typepad.com/home/osama-and-obama/

Jew Lover on April 30, 2011 at 1:10 am

It is a shame they cannot speak English. But nor can many Brits now.

pat on April 30, 2011 at 2:23 am

For once I disagree. This was a show of Christianity to our muslim radicals who for once were arrested for trying to set foot in the capital. It was Christian, grande, patriotic and a distraction from the financial and social crap we are all exposed to at the moment.

Alan

Prince Charles’ Islamophilic tendencies are already known, and besides that, even Archbishop Rowan Williams has been pandering to Muslims. So the Christianity that you’re describing isn’t that of King Richard I or Henry VIII or others, who were serious about defining and defending the faith, whether it was mainstream Christianity in the Holy Land, or the Church of England from Papal intervention.

Sadly, the British monarchy is no better (or worse) than the rest of the UK when it comes to pandering to Muslims. But then again, UK is not much better (or worse) than other countries in the West, the US included.

Infidel Pride on April 30, 2011 at 3:16 am

Whatever happened to royalty marrying distant relatives in from other countries simply to consolidate political power?

You’re going soft on me, Europe! lol

Matt on April 30, 2011 at 8:28 am

I wasn’t aware before this petty diatribe (and yesterdays) that Schlussel was a fan of Behar and co.

Like peas in a pod of hate.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1382074/Royal-wedding-2011-The-Views-Sherri-Shepherd-asks-Where-black-people.html

L: Huh? Wow, you’re a moron, as I despise all of the hags of the view, especially Behar, who gushed over the wedding and did a whole show about it. I couldn’t care less whether minorities were represented at the wedding. That’s not the issue. DS

logdon on April 30, 2011 at 9:19 am

I thank Gd early and often that George Washington, John Adams, et al threw the rule of England out of our land. My only regret is that today, we suffer from “taxation without representation” from another evil king from far off shores.

Today, the prime example of taxation without representation is the illegal and tyrannical manipulation of world petroleum prices by the Saudi-led OPEC cartel. The amount of wealth being siphoned off the industrialized countries is staggering. The OPEC cartel serves as the greatest threat to America’s freedom and independence since the end of World War II.

When will America’s leaders show the courage to confront and rebel against THIS evil tyrant? Don’t hold your breath and don’t wait for the “Tea Party” to do anything about it. Their silence on the matter has made their position quite clear.

There is NO Santa Claus on April 30, 2011 at 11:27 am

For once, you are wrong Deb…LOTS OF AMERICAN WOMEN (AND MEN) DID NOT GIVE A DAMN ABOUT THE “ROYAL” WEDDING.

First, we are Americans. It is our job to curse all royalty, including that in the White House. The entire idea of royalty is anathema to us.

Second, the Royals are Islamists. Defenders of the Faith? Which one, Mohammed’s? They constantly visit Arab countries, collecting jewelry and other booty, while kissing the sand covered heineys of the Islamic dictators. During her entire existence, not one royal visited Israel, and Israel is none the worse for it.

I am disgusted when Americans worship those in power, be they Kings or Presidents we elect. We are supposed to have a healthy skeptical attitude towards those in power…it is how we once kept our government in check.

Jonathan E. Grant on April 30, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    “It is our job to curse all royalty, including that in the White House. The entire idea of royalty is anathema to us.”

    Speak for yourself, Confederate Jew. Not all of us have totally sold out to humanistic Enlightenment values. Lest we forget, democracy is an invention of pagan Greek philosophy. As I reject the nonsense that fallen humankind can improve upon or surpass that which YHWH gave to man by divine revelation, I still say that the best government was the theocracy given to Moses for Old Testament Israel, and the second best government was the monarchy-theocracy that YHWH permitted Israel to have. The esteemed Schlussel may use the image of Ronald Reagan in her favorable movie reviews, but I am sorry … Reagan, George Washington, your beloved Confederate leaders etc. had nothing on the monarchs of Israel and Judah who actually LISTENED to the priests and prophets like David, Josiah, Hezekiah etc.

    While you folks reared on Enlightenment delusions continue to worship the pagan democracy delusions that will one day lead to the assumption of the anti-Christ in power (see link below) I am waiting for the return of Yeshua Ha Moshiach to establish His MONARCHY, when He will rule the nations with a rod of iron, and His dominion will never end. Getting humanity to despise the rule of monarchs, which is a type of the rule of YHWH, in favor of the rule of sinful man and all its lusts (see the Tower of Babel) was one of Satan’s most effective deceptions. It is so ironic – and so sad – when folks enslaved to the strong delusion of democracy lament the election of folks that they don’t support (i.e. Obama, Shimon Peres and Ehud Barak) and when the folks that they DO support sell them out and let them down (as Reagan, Bush, Bush II, Netanyahu, Sharon etc.).

    Sorry. No bowing down to worship at the Tower of Babel for me.

    http://www.amazon.com/How-Democracy-Will-Elect-Antichrist/dp/0937422363

    Gerald on April 30, 2011 at 7:26 pm

      Actually, Gerald, your babbling shows your ignorance. The Kings of Israel did not listen to the prophets, and that is way the land of Israel collapsed into idol worship, and was destroyed.

      In fact, according to the prophets, there is only one King, and he is G-D.

      Jonathan E. Grant on April 30, 2011 at 8:50 pm

We US Americans fought a war so we wouldn’t have to pay attention to these royal types.

Besides, we have the Kennedys, those tragic living soap opera stars.

I will say Kate Middleton is prettier than that dear departed dawg Diana.

Tears of a Crown on April 30, 2011 at 2:18 pm

What people are missing about the royal wedding is that British royalty is about continuity and tradition. Once western civilization starts dumping its customs and ceremonies we are left with what? We are left with Londinistan. The mighty England, which, along with the USA, once stood as the very essence of the free, civilized world, is all but gone. All we have are tiny little reminders, such as royal pagentry, of a once great empire, from which our great nation came. Why don’t conservatives see that? As a patriot and a conservative, I want the west to preserve as much of its history and traditions as possible. England, by the way, is one of our few allies left. As to William and Kate, he has served his country honorably in the armed forces, and making remarks about their looks, Debbie, makes you look really tacky, especially considering that Kate is quite lovely. No, I didn’t awake at 4a.m. to watch, but I am glad that somewhere in the world, decorum, dignity and tradition matter, if only for a short time. Conservatives should want more.

DB: Wow, you just didn’t get it. The whole gushing over the wedding was about looks and materialism and cosmetics. That’s the tacky part. Also tacky that you don’t get that. Not sure where the heck the “tradition” in this is, since Will and Kate lived (and slept) together for years before getting married, and Will’s father is a panderer to Islam. Talk about Londonistan. He loves UK-istan. But, hey, you keep telling yourself that this is about tradition and other BS. DS

DaveB on April 30, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    DaveB:

    I mostly agree with you … your points echo mine. Though I am neither a conservative or one of European origin (well, that is not 100% true … I do have some British in my lineage, though not very much) I simply despise multiculturalism, and the royal family is one of the last vestiges of traditional western culture remaining in a sea of assimiliationist debasement. To think that just a generation ago, in public schools I learned about classical composers, great inventors, Charles Martel and El Cid. These days, kids in public schools are more likely to learn about Lady Gaga than Mozart, are being taught that western culture and science was stolen from Islamic invaders, and that Saladin and his ilk were the GOOD GUYS.

    That being said, the current British royal family is very problematic. We should hope – indeed pray – that Prince William and his sons reject the nonsense represented by their father, mother and grandmother and instead align themselves with the evangelicals in the Church of England (yes, including those common, dirty working class low church types) over against Archbishop Rowan Williams and his ilk. If Prince William does such a thing and in the process rejects liberal-critical interpretations of the Old Testament, how can he NOT make an official state visit to Israel?

    Of course, if he does such a thing, the new world order thugs will assassinate him. But what profit is there in gaining the whole world only to lose one’s soul?

    Gerald on April 30, 2011 at 7:40 pm

    Will and Kate lived (and slept) together for years before getting married.

    Just whose business is that?

    Miranda Rose Smith on May 1, 2011 at 8:30 am

While I agree with everything you said it would have been more classy to ignore the circus show altogether. Was somewhat bummed to see this as your first post as I have been going out of my way to ignore.

Scott on April 30, 2011 at 6:05 pm

Confederate Jonathan Grant:

David listened to the prophets. In the divided kingdom, the nothern kingdom didn’t listen to the prophets. The southern kingdom, however, was about 50/50 in terms of kings who listened to the prophets and priests and those who didn’t. Quit denying your own history, tradition and scriptures to make your untrue point.

Look, you can keep defiling yourself with a political system that originated with Greek pagan philosophers (many of whom liked to keep little boys around on the side, if you know what I mean) and was just rehashed and warmed over by Enlightenment wannabe intellectuals if you want. Democracy … yeah right. Adolph Hitler was democratically elected, as were lots of other butchers throughout this little “democracy” experiment. All of these worldly systems are going to fall by the wayside when the true King returns, and that Kingdom will be a monarchy. All other forms of government, including democracies and “constitutional republics”, are inferior. Sorry if I reject this “America is the shining city on a hill and our system and values are the best that mankind is capable of producing” nonsense that has deceived so many to their detriment. Pardon me if I prefer the rule of prophet/judge Samuel and the rule of King David to any human government since, and am awaiting the perfect rule to come.

As for you, good luck rooting for your United Nations’ controlled puppet “democracies”, which yes does include the United States (where the U.N. is located, along with the World Bank, the WTO, the IMF but hey, who’s counting!) and Israel (which is why Israel can’t just tell the U.N. Security Counsel to buzz off, and yes everybody knows it, including the Muslims and their leftist Jewish enablers).

Gerald on April 30, 2011 at 10:38 pm

Debbie, hate to disappoint you lol, but you surely are not the only one. Won’t even waste my time on the videos.

Naomi R on April 30, 2011 at 11:11 pm

I, too, take exception to the “bad teeth” remark. I’m British and both my teeth are fine.

Preposteroso on May 1, 2011 at 2:14 am

I’m hardly a monarchist myself, but it seems Americans should take a long hard look at their own country before spouting off at others like Britain. Not so long ago, two Britons were murdered in cold blood in Florida, so from that, are we to assume that the US is populated with gun-toting murderous hoodlums who will riddle your body with bullets simply for looking at them wrong? Of course not. And there’s certainly nothing wrong with my teeth.

SpiritOf1683 on May 1, 2011 at 4:13 am

    Crime in the UK is higher than in the US. You bozos are forbidden to directly defend yourselves.

    Occam's Tool on May 2, 2011 at 3:47 pm

Dear Debbie: I think you’re overreacting a little. People watched the royal wedding because they like pageantry.

Miranda Rose Smith on May 1, 2011 at 5:56 am

Wow. This post really brought them out, didn’t it! Of course I agree with Debbie about the wedding, the royal family and the silliness of all the gushing over it.

To respond in one sentence form to a couple of the comments: yes, there is a tradition to the royal family, but of all the traditions of Western Civilization, this is hardly the one to focus on if we want to preserve what is best about our heritage.

The Enlightenment? Definitely mixed, but to deny the many positive results of it, such as the birth of the United States and its constitution is virtually to deny modernity in its entirety, not withstanding the negative aspects of democracy.

All the hysteria about the wedding reminds me a little of the hysteria over sports teams and players when they are reaching playoffs or titles. Mass hysteria there too, and mass drunkenness, and sometimes, riots and other crimes.

This is not to deny the positive aspects of some athletes in the past, and the inspiration they gave, such as Hank Greenberg and Jackie Robinson, or, even today, someone like Jim Thome who can inspire by his humility, work ethnic, and avoidance of steroids, or others like him.

But, on the whole, today’s athletes and teams do not inspire. Just the opposite, as Debbie writes about often.

Little Al on May 1, 2011 at 7:51 am

Your style of expression most of the time sounds hate-filled and mean-hearted. Period.

Taylor on May 1, 2011 at 11:32 am

Yes I agree, it is silly and quite over the top. With that said, I did watch, live, and I even shed a tear..For me it was two-fold, my mom and I watched Diana wed in 1981. My mom passed away so I did it in memory of her. Diana is my age, and I have two children the same age as her boys. I was saddened by her death,it seemed to hit home somehow. I watched because I wanted to make sure her kids are okay… I know, her kids are probably more okay then mine… money wise. I guess just a personal thing.

sharon on May 1, 2011 at 11:32 am

And as far as watching this trash because of pageantry or dramatic aspects, why not watch the plays, operas and concerts themselves?

Little Al on May 1, 2011 at 11:51 am

So far, Little Al’s post made the most sense amongst the static prevalent in this thread.

Hundreds of millions of dollars spent on the wedding? I wish some of my friends had that kind of money for theirs!

And to Gerald, you were pretty spot-on with your posts about government and enlightenment except for one glaring error…

There is no God. At least the one defined by the Old Testament (which is mostly a rehash of ancient Babylonian tales).

Sorry for the buzz-kill. Wedding’s over. Time to get on with our lives again. Step away from the thread.

The Reverend Jacques on May 1, 2011 at 12:48 pm

Dear Alan Mac:

I consider Debbie a good friend and one of my absolute favorite bloggers. She hardly needs little-ole-me to defend what she said, but I’ll do so simply because I look at things a little differently than she does.

>For once I disagree.This was a show of Christianity to our muslim radicals who for once were arrested for trying to set foot in the capital.It was Christian, grande, patriotic and a distraction from the financial and social crap we are all exposed to at the moment.Debbie, this post makes you sound very masculine and to be honest, diminishes the respect I like others have had for you and your stand against Islamification.The royal family are the only thing the EDL and other patriots will fight for and when someone so respected demeans the institution of our monarchy, they really are barking up the wrong tree.Have you checked how may of us donate via Paypal?
Shall we just cast you off as just another privaleged American Jew?<

I don't know who "us" is. Who is "we"? Maybe you can explain it to me. I would certainly like you to explain to me what "another privaleged American Jew" means.

If you read this column at all, you know Debbie is an observant Orthodox Jew. We all know Debbie is Jewish. We don't need you to remind us.

If you read this column at all, you would know that she's a practicing attorney; a rather common profession in these United States. Offering the comment that she's "another privaleged American Jew" on your first disagreement with her definitely carries with it the distinct odor of anti-Semitism.

Alan, for any red-blooded American patriot, the central thesis of Debbie's column is right HERE: "I’m so glad we in America dumped these royals well over 200 years ago." FYI, I couldn't agree more.

Regards,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on May 1, 2011 at 1:03 pm

I agree! I don’t understand Americans that would even want to watch this idiotic display of lavish wealth taken from the backs of working men. Who cares! Just because they were born into a certain family they get rights others don’t?! And yet people watch like it is some great thing. Stupid! And our politicians think the same way. They think they are privileged and deserving of a royal treatment. I say kick them all out. (By the way, check the family tree for all the US presidents going back for 70 years or so. You might be stunned!)

Al Metcalf on May 1, 2011 at 1:32 pm

100% correct!

Bill C. on May 1, 2011 at 2:46 pm

I loved the Jimmy Kimmel spot- I have no use for ‘Royals’, I’m an American & we spent time, money, and lives to get away from that a long time ago. On the other hand, I can see the ‘fairy tale’ appeal, and gee- I can wish any young couple luck with the whole marriage thing, especially with the history and the obvious obstacles of a very public life to deal with. It’s more…uh, BS, if you will, than I’d ever want to live with, to put it succinctly. Let’s all wish ‘em well- the media will do their best to make them miserable, after all. And if they do well, the bonus is that we won’t have to hear about it, as we will endlessly if they don’t, after all.

Bill Beyer on May 1, 2011 at 6:04 pm

Debbie I have a sneaking suspicion that Kate’s mum is partly Jewish. Her maiden name is Goldsmith and she’s preternaturally good at business. And not to toot my own horn but to follow-up A1 material contains not only feel good chemicals and thousands of years of Yiddishkeit but may also contain the paternal chromosomes of Moschiach himself.

A1 on May 1, 2011 at 9:08 pm

No, you’re not the only American woman who doesn’t give a hoot about this wedding. They’ve been living together for so long, it’s just a really expensive formality with lots of fanfare.

I get a kick out of how everyone says “THE Royal Wedding,” and “THE Royal Family,” as if England’s royals are the only ones in the world.

Does anyone here know that the Crown Prince of Denmark just christened his latest children? Twins. Very cute.

Does anyone here know that Denmark HAS a Crown Prince?

Someone call the General George Washington, and tell him to get on the ball. We’re still an English colony, apparently.

Michelle on May 2, 2011 at 12:35 pm

I must say, after reading the remarks here regarding Jew hating, UK hating and Monarchy hating I must ask you contributors, are you blind? If you saw the real Debbie without the figure crunching corsets and her acne scareed face without make up I am sure you rose coloured glasses wearers would maybe feel less inclined to donate to her self publicizing wealth creationm program.

Tony Blair on May 8, 2011 at 6:06 pm

Alan:

I don’t see where Debbie’s religious practice/beliefs have anything to do with your argument with her thesis. Your comment about her being a “privaleged Jew” is irrelevant. Your initial comment carried no specific quotes from Debbie’s column to contend with. I cannot detect any central thesis in your initial post that actually argues against what Debbie wrote in her column. Therefore, the closing comment of “Shall we just cast you off as just another privaleged American Jew?” carries a high impact on what you wrote.

“Before I continue, my wife and daughter are Jewish. Also, I am quite often and wrongly labelled a racist but usually by Islamic groups.”

As time goes on, I grow evermore impatient with people seeking imprimatur to make anti-Semitic quips. Anti-Semitism is the hatred of Jews. I don’t care who you’re married to. I don’t care if your mother was Jewish or that you had your pee-pee clipped when you were 8 days old. I don’t even care if you are a decorated war hero of the IDF. If you hate Jews, you’re an anti-Semite.

While your comment does not display overt hatred for Jews, the implication that we are “privaleged” in some exceptional way is consistent with common anti-Semitic themes. If standing up against anti-Semitism were important to you, your first reaction would likely have been an unconditional apology when informed that Debbie (and others) found the comment anti-Semitic. The next time someone calls you out for making an anti-Semitic quip, I highly recommend that you NOT use your wife and child as a license to make them.

I DO want to take this opportunity to congratulate you and the citizens of the U.K. on a beautiful wedding. I certainly understand why citizens of the U.K. take such pride and joy in such an occasion. Naturally, citizens of other nations shouldn’t be expected to feel the same way.

Debbie’s reasons for explaining why some American women are interested in the royal wedding are speculative. I am certain that there are many instances where her speculation fits. I don’t think that her speculation explains all such cases and frankly, I don’t have a problem with that.

If perhaps you have suddenly lost respect for Debbie, please take a number and stand in line with thousands who never had respect for her in the first place; all too often because she’s Jewish (“privaleged” or otherwise). Debbie is my friend. Here in America, no royal title of any kind substitutes for the title of “friend”. Here in America, we say to our friends “I disagree”; not “Shall we just cast you off…?” Here in America, when we say something that offends our friend, we say: “I’m sorry. That was wrong of me to do. I shall endeavor to avoid doing it again.”

Alan, while you’re still trying to explain your remarks, please explain this to me:

“Shall we just cast you off…?”

Who is “we”?

Regards,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on May 2, 2011 at 1:08 am

Dear AlanMac:

I couldn’t help but notice that you didn’t respond to my question. I shall repeat it: Who is “we”?

You are insulting the columnist, Jews and Zionists who often (but certainly not always) concur with her views. I find this behavior rather suspicious. If you were sincerely interested in doing “more for Israel and Jews worldwide than DS can dream of”, you would not be insulting the Jews and Zionists like this. You would not even risk it because doing things for Israel and Jews requires help from like-minded people. I am not observing any attempt by you (or your group; whoever “we” is) to encourage help from Jews and Zionists on this blog.

It seems to me (after a few exchanges of comments) that you came here to attack and insult the columnist. The possibility that your semantics could easily be interpreted as being motivated by anti-Semitism doesn’t concern you. You’ve made that much quite clear, thank you.

Regards,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

TINSC: Most of Alan Mac’s BS, anti-Semitic comments have been taken down. The man, who is a photographer, is a Jew-hating piece of crap and has shown himself to be such in spades. He is, BTW, active in the English Defence League, which should tell you a lot about their anti-Semitic behavior. EDL has the strong support of shameless self-promoter Scamela Geller, who will embrace Jew-haters if it helps promote herself and her cause, FYI. Alan Mac does NOTHING to help promote the Jewish cause or Israel. He is a bigot, period. DS

There is NO Santa Claus on May 8, 2011 at 12:57 pm

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