Bitch | St. Kitts and Nevis is going to be one as a result of the tour of Wessex

What was learned from the Duke and Duchess of the Caribbean Flop Tour in Cambridge? What an education Should have Learned? I fear that the teachings have taught that the colonial dress of the Earl and the Countess of Wessex should not revolve around the Caribbean. I’m afraid that lesson should have been learned “The British royal family needs to be much more responsive and diplomatic with the Caribbean countries.” Sophie and Edward are not doing it. Although I will say this: their Caribbean tour is such a stage-directed, annoying thing that the only pictures that people see are coming through the Royal Channel (for the most part) and those photos show much, much better images than the Cambridge tour. Too bad that every Caribbean nation visiting Wessex has used their visit to highlight the need for compensation and the need for Commonwealth countries to become republics and abolish monarchy altogether. Speaking of something!

St. Kitts and Nevis has become the latest Caribbean nation to indicate that it wants to become a republic by seceding from the British monarchy – just as Prince Edward and his wife Sophie ended a tour of the region to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee.

Shaun Richards, the island’s deputy prime minister, said the country’s relations with the queen should be reviewed as he launched a joint political bid to replace the island’s rule. It follows a similar decision in Barbados last year.

“Decades of progress have taught us that it is time to review the monarchical system of government in St. Kitts and Nevis and start a dialogue to move to a new level, as Trinidad, Guyana, Dominica and now Barbados have done,” Mr Richards told reporters. “All political parties, civil society and the youth will have the opportunity to show the way forward,” he added.

Mr Richards made the announcement when he and five of his cabinet colleagues filed a no-confidence motion against the country’s prime minister, Timothy Harris.

It came as campaigners called on the British government to stop sending members of the royal family abroad and the Commonwealth to sever ties with the monarchy. Meanwhile the Earl and Countess of Wessex have called for compensation for slavery during their travels to Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines; In subsequent countries, some protesters gathered, displaying banners such as “Britain owes you money”, “Repay now” and “End of colonialism”.

Pressure Group Republic says Prince Edward showed a “lack of interest” in the issues raised by Antigua Prime Minister Gaston Brown during a meeting Monday. When Mr Brown raised the issue of British colonial inheritance and compensation with Edward and Sophie, Earl responded jokingly, adding that he was not taking note and therefore would not respond fully. Prince Jeeves also lamented how he regretted being able to meet disaster-stricken residents of Barbuda affected by Hurricane 2017, and he did not. The Prime Minister did not smile at any joke.

[From The Independent]

The Independent also quoted Graham Smith at length, calling Edward “arrogant and derogatory” for his “jokes” with Gaston Brown, and Smith noted that it “It shows again that the monarchs have not been left out for diplomacy. It has always been, but so far the host countries have been too humble to keep in their place. Yes, I agree with that.

I will say it again … I think it was deeply insulting to these Caribbean countries that they were sent members of such a light-weight royal family. You had William and Kate, fierce and persuasive in their colonial cosplay, how terrible they were and unable to get out of the disaster. They then sent Sophie and Edward, two of the deepest annoying and unimportant people. Although I know it was a plot by Charles to fool his troubled relatives, I think we should ask why he did not visit this country himself.

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