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New UK Cultural War? No, Megxit is a Ripple Effect of Brexit!

Some comments I’ve made elsewhere on Harry and Meghan’s behaviour, and the Manchester child-grooming scandal being uncovered after 15 years this week, but still ignored by Meghan and her fans!
More theoretically, I ask: Did she have plans to use UK as link for African takeover of Europe; a pincer move between African Americans and Africans?

On last night’s Question Time:

Shami’s shame: Meghan’s silence on the mostly white children being racially groomed by mostly Muslim men was mirrored by Corbynista leader; Jeremy’s inner circle member Shami Chakrabarti; continuing a silence they’ve always had; neglecting their traditional voters, which probably contributed to the landslide election loss.
In a week when 15 years of cover-up were revealed in Manchester, it wasn’t a topic on Question Time last night. Meghan was, and Chakrabarti spoke passionately on ‘racism’ there.
When actor Laurence Fox said race had been used to stop the police investigating the child grooming, Chakrabarti was silent, and didn’t comment!

Comments on MSN article about it being a new cultural war:

It’s not a ‘new cultural war’: it’s a continuation of the old one, and Megxit is a ripple effect from Brexit.
If Corbyn had won the election and Brexit had been stopped Britain would have become more like Meghan wanted, and she’d have been well placed to win the battle versus the traditional royals.
If a Meghanista won the US presidency they could have used Britain as a link between USA and Africa.
In answer to a question about Meghan’s ambitions for world-changing, using UK as base for African Americans – Africa pincer move on Europe:
Going a bit into conspiracy theory there admittedly, but Meghan’s quite a hard-line ‘African-American’; Serena Williams’s right-hand woman. After the wedding, with her lone black mother (sitting alone despite apparently being offered a place with the ‘white’ royals) the only family member there, Meghan always did visits and photo opportunities with ‘women of colour’, ignoring poor whites like the grooming victims. Likewise her ‘charities’.
Her Vogue cover was full of ‘black power revolutionaries’.
The symbolic propaganda seemed to peak with the South Africa visit, where Archie was unveiled to the media with Tutu, a famous anti-Apartheid leader.
Archie’s godparents have remained secret: I think I know why, but could be wrong!