Since Harry and Meghan, announced their departure from royal life in January 2020, there has been an increase in disinformation and targeted harassment directed at the couple on social media platforms.
Instead of focusing on helping the Metropolitan police investigate her alleged death threat, and on a day when the royal family published its annual financial reports, she was on to some clap trap about Archie’s title.
Don’t dish it out if you can’t handle the hellfire that will come your way. They have learned that lesson well.
The recent Trump-incited mob invasion on the U.S. Capitol Building should serve as a lesson for the British media’s relentless attack on Meghan and Harry.
The only reason people like me, children of the Commonwealth became interested recently was because of Meghan, who had her wedding veil embroidered with flowers of the Commonwealth to include people like myself. Now that she is gone, I don’t care.
The most difficult thing for me to comprehend is the lack of compassion and the inhumanity of Meghan’s treatment by the British media while pregnant, compared to others who have been in the media spotlight.
While the media is busy manufacturing stories about Meghan, they go to extraordinary lengths to protect other members of the royal family, even when there is plausible evidence of wrongdoing.
These characters have spent the last few years gaslighting about racism, then weaponising their own race to justify it when caught out. These people are nothing but opportunists and give all tolerant, caring, conscientious Asian people a bad name. They don’t have credibility and we don’t claim them.
Meghan certainly didn’t enter a world free of hidden agenda, where she would be treated fairly. Instead there was palace intrigue, media and tabloid efforts to stamp out her shine if it ensured the status quo around a cast of milquetoast characters.
The tabloid media swarmed to right the scales of royal justice with the fury of outraged avengers; to infiltrate, instigate, corrupt, and destroy by escalating false narratives that generate money for their institutions.