This is a brief piece written in response to the disingenuous article by one Jennie Bond in which she equates the Sussex Squad to the abhorrent sinister hate group lurking in social media and going by the name M3gxit.
Harry knows what it was like to grow up with a mother who was picked apart in the press, and he suffered through bullying in school with embarrassing headlines about both parents. He and Meghan have simply had enough and frankly, Archie will one day hopefully be relieved of some of the heartache Harry had to suffer.
How convenient is it that after two years of making denigrating remarks about the Duchess of Sussex, Janetti’s “awareness” that she was “having a rough go of it,” coincides with the publication of his book.
Through a landscape of unprecedented hostility and sabotage from kin and country, the Sussexes have persevered and remained admirably focused on helping and highlighting the causes dearest to them. While they have seemingly stayed steadfast, It really didn’t have to be this way.
The British Media, royal courtiers, online bullies or anyone else for whatever motive, WILL NOT ERASE DORIA. She will not be removed from Meghan and Archie’s life because some Brits think they “own” them.
The fact that so-called journalists are ill-prepared to intelligently cover the only non-white member of the royal family is an indictment of the “journalists” and their parent networks or organizations.
So I had to ask myself, when did advocacy for change, wanting to use your privilege to do good, become a curse for those who have passions, purpose, drive, means, a good heart to champion those causes that, let’s face it a lot of us would turn a blind eye and look the other way, turn into a fault?
Harry and Meghan are finally fighting back with legal actions and have let the public know they are unwilling to be unjustly maligned and defamed by the British tabloid media.
In social networks the American – dedicated to feminist causes – is defended by sites such as Meghanpedia, which fights the biased narrative against the former actress.