July 23, 2013, - 3:50 pm

Royal Baby Obsession Shows America is Addicted to Royalty; Wants Dictator King

By Debbie Schlussel

I was out very sick the last two days with an incredible migraine and a related fever/flu. But while I was away, I didn’t miss much. The great mobster actor Dennis Farina died and an annoying, crazy man from FOX News showed us his bare torso, making me barf even more than from illness. And America, once again, showed that we–or, at least, most of the rest of you long for the days of the monarchy. The hype over the British royal baby–who is nothing more than the progeny of centuries of inbreeding (some of them descended from Mohammed–yes, the Brit Royal family has him as an ancestor)–shows that, sadly, far too many Americans have forgotten that we overthrew that monarchy centuries ago. Americans–when they elect statists like Barack Obama over and over, and when they gush over some annoying baby born out of the right vagina–show that they want a dictator yet again.

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I’m saddened by all this. It’s not just about celebrity. Today’s USA Today, which is–hellooooo . . . ?–supposed to be the national McPaper of the United States, calls the new British Prince, “The People’s Prince.” Really? Which people? He’s not my prince. Again, this is America. We don’t have royalty. We don’t have glorified high school drop-out inbreeds sitting collecting national welfare and being celebrated the way the Brits celebrate Prince William and Princess Kate and their new spawn. At least, we’re not supposed to. But Americans like–they long for–royalty. Whether it was the Kennedys or their trashy, low-life imitation, the Obamas, Americans can’t take democracy or equality of opportunity. They want to be ruled.






If the November 2012 Presidential election wasn’t Exhibit A of this, I don’t know what is. Americans want government to be their King. Their King BabyDaddy, Their King Oppressor, Their King Witch Doctor, and so on. Americans don’t want to fend for themselves, the way our forefathers did, when we broke from the British. Tea Parties would never happen today. We’d pay the tax. The movement that calls itself, “The Tea Party,” is unfortunately, in part, the machine of some wealthy Republican consultants out of California, headed by Sal Russo–a man who paid himself millions out of “Tea Party” profits. Cha-ching!

Americans clearly want to hearken back to a day when we did what the British King asked of us, when we didn’t dare disobey. That’s part of the celebrity culture surrounding the birth of the new British Prince. Other than that, he’s nothing more than the product of lucky sperm and an egg and not much else. They’ve never achieved anything of substance, and they stand for nothing. What exactly do they do, other than look nice, walk around, and collect money? I’m not sure.

Maybe, one day, Americans will wake up from that. But don’t hold your breath. There’s a reason every single national American news outlet has a big segment of its “news” coverage focused on this new spoiled kid destined for bratdom and Islamo-pandering like his parents, granddad Charles (the self-appointed “Ambassador for Islam”), and great-grandparents (none of whom has ever visited Israel and won’t).

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Correct link:

https://www.embooks.com/book/dianas-baby

Dutch Renitent on July 24, 2013 at 3:28 pm

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? on July 24, 2013 at 9:45 pm

Yes, the British Royal family is very inbred and so is the British aristocracy. I’ve always had the idea that part of Princess Di’s emotional instability was inherited. She was, if I have the generations right, Lady Caroline Lamb’s first cousin six times removed. Georgiana Spencer, Duchess of Devonshire, was Princess Di’s five times great grandmother-and Lady Caroline Lamb’s aunt. Normally, one nut, that high up on your family tree would not be a problem, but the British aristocracy are so inbred that all the undesirable recessive genes stay in the family. I really blame the Queen and Prince Philip for letting Charles marry that girl. They knew there was a craziness streak in the Spencer family.

Miranda Rose Smith on July 25, 2013 at 2:44 am

Sadly they made big news about all this in Israel. In Tel Aviv, local news crews and media were gushing. I personally saw one local TV reporter going around interviewing people, asking them what they thought about the royal birth, mostly asking young mother types. They even had a royal type carriage made up, surrounded by Union Jacks, put it near the National Theater here in TA (where the news crew I saw was interviewing people about the birth). Yeah it’s pathetic. Especially for us Jews. As Debbie S remarked, the British royal family have been conspicuous in their absence from Israel.

Larry in Tel Aviv on July 25, 2013 at 5:59 am

Debbie, I’m no fan of the British royals any more than you are, but this part about Mohammed being a part of the ancestry is new to me, and interesting. Can you tell us at which point the Mohammedan strain was introduced here, and who all had it?

Only thing I notice about these royals – Queen Elizabeth II looks immortal – I think Charles, William and now even George will pass away before she does.

Infidel on July 25, 2013 at 7:14 am

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