Prince Harry has a darkie fiance and now he’s going to be using her to help promote Britain to youth around the world via a group called the Commonwealth.
Don’t know what the organization called the Commonwealth is? Well, read on.
Excerpt from Bustle
Things are really falling into place for Prince Harry — he’s found everlasting love with magical goddess Meghan Markle, this week he got to see Hamilton, and now he has a new job! Indeed, according to The Times, Prince Harry’s just taken on a role to make the Commonwealth “relevant to a younger generation,” which sounds fairly necessary considering I am technically a member of the younger generation and I don’t even know what the Commonwealth is.
According to my intensive Googling efforts, i.e. Wikipedia and the U.K. government’s list of Commonwealth nations, the Commonwealth is an intergovernmental political organization made up of former British territories like Canada, Australia, India, South Africa, Barbados, Botswana, Fiji, Kenya, Jamaica, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Guyana, and Belize. Though these nations have their own governing bodies, their membership in the Commonwealth grants them certain special rights and programs dedicated to promoting good government, diplomacy, and sustainable economic development, plus they get to compete in the Commonwealth Games every four years.
Prince Harry’s new role with the Commonwealth is a non-political one, according to British daily newspaper The Times, and is intended “to help keep the Commonwealth and its headship relevant to a younger generation,” according to Dr Sue Onslow, deputy director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London. It’s not clear what he’ll be doing on a day-to-day basis, but he is expected to speak at the group’s Commonwealth Youth Forum at the Commonwealth’s Heads of Government meeting in April, and may have a role at the aforementioned Commonwealth Games, which will take place in Australia this year.
Reading between the lines, the Commonwealth is one of those mushy egalitarian organizations that preaches the brotherhood of man and all that rot.
The monarchy surely is aware that nonwhite people who live in former British commonwealth nations don’t give a rat’s rear end about the Queen and her family. The bringing of a black Jew into the family via Harry is going to be used to promote the monarchy to the nonwhite population of Britain and beyond.
As a side effect, I’d expect that Britain looks more attractive to nonwhites with Meghan Markle now posing with Royal family photos.