Meghan, Harry, Oprah And The Misogynoir

Meghan, Harry, Oprah And The Misogynoir

Meghan, Harry, Oprah And The Misogynoir

As the weekend came to a wrap, we pulled out the popcorn and tuned in to the train wreck of an interview with Oprah, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

For two people who wanted out of the eyes of public scrutiny, here they were, in the glory of a Montecito garden, telling national television all about their trials and run-ins with the royal family.

But they want their privacy, they whine. All while The Queen is quite cheesed by their behavior.

So the story goes like this. Once upon a time, there was a ginger-haired boy who was a bit of a rebel named Harry. Harry married (C-list at best) actress, Meghan Markle and they lived in grandma’s house for a season. Harry, The Duke of Sussex and Markle, The Duchess of Sussex, did not like grandma’s rules so they moved out of grandma’s house and fled to Canada. And then, they fled to live an even more “private life” in California where the hope was the Duchess would, hopefully pick up some voiceover work for Disney.

Seems Harry’s pitch worked. And Meghan Markle will be narrating a Disney film about elephants billed as “Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex”.

But “Sussex Royal“, as the couple promotes themselves, were to be “removed from the supposed ‘public interest’ justification for media intrusion into their lives” while they “became privately funded members of The Royal Family with permission to earn their own income and the ability to pursue their own private charitable interests”. Even though they were “no longer be able to formally carry out ‘official duties’ for The Queen or represent The Commonwealth”, they desired to be, “allowed to maintain their patronages including those that are classified as ‘royal’ patronages.” They also required “effective security to protect them and their son”. So, in essence, Harry and Meghan quit The Royal Family but still wanted the royal checkbook and the clout that went along with their titles of Duke and Duchess. People talked about Harry being led around through a ring in his nose by Markle when she announced her pregnancy as “gender neutral”. There were rumors of how Duchess Meghan treated royal workers badly with verbal abuse which had these workers filing complaints with Palace HR. Duchess Meghan also wore the earrings that she was told not to wear. Why? We could only venture to guess. Because she did not give a damn.

But Duchess Meghan was the wounded bird. And Harry likened the scrutiny of his wife, Duchess Meghan, to that of his mother, Princess Diana. Harry, Harry, Harry…

For one, Markle’s “humanitarian” efforts will forever pale in comparison to those of Princess Di. Not even in the same league. Meghan Markle is nothing but an attention-starved woman who got her claws into Prince (as we found out later) Not-So-Charming. Charles, as we recall, also was no gem.

Sure, there’s bigger scandal in the royal family if we nod our heads towards Prince Andrew and his escapades with Jeffrey Epstein. But outlets across the board are, of course, making the attacks about, you guessed it, Meghan’s race.

Teen Vogue columnist calls the practice “misogynoir”. A bunch of white men trying to tear the Duchess down. Why? Because she’s (half) black, of course.

Misogynoir, the term coined by Moya Bailey to cover the ways that racism and misogyny intersect in Black women’s lived experiences, is something that features heavily in the ways that Black women are treated on and offline. Of course, all women deal with misogyny and many people of color deal with racism, but misogynoir literally hits different. Misogynoir fuels years-long harassment campaigns of Black women online and offline. No Black woman can escape the dehumanization misogynoir allows and encourages even from other Black people. That’s what makes it an effective tool to harass Black women into silence. Literally everyone is doing it.”-Stitch, Teen Vogue

Literally, like, everyone’s doing it, according to this Teen Vogue columnist.

While some people will argue that Meghan being hated is a normal part of celebrity, Black women around the internet know that’s not quite true. Meghan isn’t hated because she’s a celebrity. Meghan has an anti-fandom (which conveniently seems to be partly made up of press and public that see themselves as her brother-in-law’s fans) because she’s a Black woman who married a prince and, for a little while, got to be a princess.”–Stitch, Teen Vogue

Sniffle. Pass the Kleenex. For a little while, Meghan Markle was a princess. Oh, please!

A few takeaways from Oprah’s prime-time chat with the “Sussex Royals”? Let’s sum it up, shall we? Meghan was naive, she didn’t “know how” to courtsey for The Queen. She is “homesteading” on a sprawling estate with chickens living the “private life” (cough) in California. Meghan and Harry had their “backyard” nuptials performed by the archbishop before the televised wedding. Meghan did not make Kate Middleton cry, Kate Middleton made her cry and while Meghan did not want to be “disparaging” towards Kate, she threw her right under that double-decker bus anyway. But Meghan Markle was borderline suicidal and like The Little Mermaid, lost her voice after marrying her prince, and white-knuckled it through public appearances, feeling “trapped” in a palace. Lots of fuzzy timelines.

And, speaking of princes, their beloved son, Archie, will never be one because of the color of his skin and he will never be protected by the Royal Family and they never got a baby picture like Kate and William. Lots of sighs and smug chuckles in the background courtesy of Meghan while Harry was telling his side of the story. Harry was also “trapped” but, but, but he didn’t know he was “trapped” and Charles, his father, stopped taking his phone calls. Hmmm.

Oh, boy! Harry is trapped, alright! But not in the way he thinks he is. That’s okay. He’s a big boy. He’s claimed independence, right? Let’s see him come out of this one.

The takeaways? Meghan hates Kate, that is apparent. If one does their homework, one will see that the Duke of Sussex is in line of succession, ergo, Archie is also listed. Meghan is bitter. Harry is bitter. Meghan and Harry are a couple of whiny little rich kids crying “racism” when there isn’t any to a woman who does not want major airlines flying over her sprawling California estate and refuses to mix and mingle with the commoners on an aircraft in coach.

Oh, the misogynoir! Airing family dirty laundry for national television seldom comes without an agenda. As Meghan Markle closes in her interview with Oprah. Life is about storytelling. And boy, was this one a marmalade-dropper for the books.

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  • Dietrich says:

    Will we have to fight another war to be rid of the British royals, again?

  • Scott says:

    Well, as soon as Oprah got involved, you KNEW the theme would be racism.. That’s all she’s got, what her whole purpose is.. just like the JEF, and that America hating Sasquatch he married…

  • F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Hey Meghan, your mother-in-law has a word or two of advice for you, if you’re not too busy.

  • Nathan says:

    American (North American?) Divorcees have won, 2/2, against British Royals. Is the royal family now saying “best of 5”?

    • Evangeline Brabant says:

      The glee with which they destroy the royal family. All of this about leaving England was Meghan’s goal from the beginning.

      I do not believe for a minute that Meghan contemplated suicide while she was pregnant with Archie, and I think much of their conversation was lies. These two are a complete embarrassment.

      And, btw, stories of Meghan’s horrible treatment of her staff, and those of Elizabeth and Kate’s were well known by the media while this obnoxious horrible couple still lived in England.

      Elizabeth, on one occasion of Meghan’s horrible treatment of Elizabeth’s staff said to her “In this family, we do not talk to people this way.” I remember reading that it was about Meghan smelling eggs in some dish being served at a party Elizabeth gave for Meghan.

      By the way, Meghan’s mother did four years in prison for fraud.

      When the queen said Meghan could not wear the tiara she wanted – had to do with some law or other- Harry and the mentally ill narcissist were enraged: “What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.”

      Meghan threw tantrums several times, before the wedding.

      Wearing earrings given to her by a killer…

      She is a piece of work,, and Harry will pay a huge price for marrying a narcissistic, family wrecking, b-rated actress/monster whose scheming never stops.

      Harry is an immature, self-indulged idiot who has lost the goodwill of people all over the world. For how many years is he going to use his mother’s death to gain sympathy for himself? I do not understand adulation of two people who are so openly so dislikable.

  • SFC D says:

    Meghan’s problems with the Royals have nothing to do with her skin color and everything to do with her being a greedy, petty, jealous, gold-digging attention-seeking cast-iron bitch. I have zero fucks to give.

  • Quentin Q Quill says:

    Why are some people in the United States so interested in the royal family? I don’t get it. Couldn’t they watch episodes of Real Housewives or something similar if they need their gossip fix?

  • NTSOG says:

    Babylon Bee: “Meghan Markle Inspires Millions Of Young Girls With Message That No Matter How Famous, Rich, And Powerful They Are, They Will Always Be Oppressed.”

    What a ‘Princess’ she is. She and her Harry-the-handbag are pathetic.

  • Shari Morin says:

    Harry is not even Charles’ son. google James Dewitt. A known paramour of Diane. The Queen is glad to be shed of him more so than his “princess”.

  • Mary says:

    I can believe some of it. Her Dad and half-sister didn’t do her any favours. The tabloid magazines are a health hazard in the way they denigrate anyone and anybody in the public eye and can have an effect on one’s mental health. They should be held to account. Her wedding was sad in that only her Mother was present, and lots of faux friends. And comments of negativity on the colour of a child is appalling, and many other things. However, airing dirty laundry about the family, esp THAT one, is abominable. Judas like IMO seeing they scored $12 million for their trouble. So disrespectful to a special older Woman who accepted her without question. So sad.

  • GWB says:

    For two people who wanted out of the eyes of public scrutiny
    Yeah, not really ever. The woman is narcissistic and glory-seeking. They’ve never even tried to avoid publicity.

    Oh, the misogynoir!
    Yeah, these folks are definitely oppressed. /eyeroll/
    And this is EXACTLY why we forbade royalty here. Now, if the people could just remember that, they would have their privacy.

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