There is a reason why Reggae artist Sizzla refers to the “queen” of England as Elizabitch. She is from the lineage of the most evil, barbaric, demonic colonizers.
“Concrete hearts can hold no love” are lyrics sung by British Reggae band Steel Pulse and that’s exactly what the royal family have, concrete hearts. Therefore it is not surprising that hatred is all they have to offer to the world.
The world is still shocked or maybe most are just pretending to be, from the information that was revealed by Meghan and Harry as the two sat down and talked with Oprah this past weekend.
The former Duke and Duchess of Sussex made one revelation that appeared to genuinely shock Oprah: Before the 2019 birth of their son Archie, members of the royal family, they said, had approached them with concerns about his skin color.
There were “concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he’s born” from members of the royal family, Meghan said to a flabbergasted Oprah early on in the two-hour interview.
Meghan said she was not present at the conversations, but that she heard of them second-hand through Harry.
“About how dark your baby is going to be?” asked Oprah.
“Potentially,” said Meghan, “and what that would mean or look like.”
Meghan has a Black mother and white father, and has been subject to a storm of racist harassment from the British tabloid press ever since she became associated with the royal family. Similar racist harassment came publicly from the British royal family on at least one occasion as well: Infamously, Princess Michael of Kent wore a racist blackamoor brooch to be introduced to Meghan in 2017.
On Sunday night, Meghan declined to name the member or members of the family who speculated about what her then-unborn child might look like. “I think that would be very damaging to them,” she said.
The sad this is, even after what was revealed by Harry and Meghan, countries with a majority Black population will continue to look up to the English royal family and “Queen” Elizabitch.