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meghan markle ‘victim’ debunked

After spontaneously criticising Meghan and Harry’s ‘unconscious bias’ claim, I thought I’d follow it up with some evidence, and found the last sentence in this article’s #4 list section very relevant:

‘4. They will claim to be the victim.
Another part of a master manipulator’s arsenal is to turn the narrative on its head and claim that they are the actual victim. They will make their target feel as if they are in the wrong.’

So all critics of Meghan are in the wrong, because of our unconscious bias, and she was the victim of white UK, even though she was given everything on a plate (her wedding, charity patronage, luxury estate, Vogue cover etc), but was still determined to make it into a ‘race issue’ she could sell in Hollywood, after unveiling her child in South Africa with an anti-white-race veteran!

Dr. Marc Latham’s books on Amazon.

Mirror Poem Seas Choppy Human Communication

Marc Latham’s latest Folding Mirror poem was inspired by noticing lies and isle are an anagram, and thinking they fitted into the FM form, as islands stick out above the ocean surface.

Mirror Poem Anagram Metaphor 

He then put the poem together to fit in with that idea. The poem is from a lifetime of experience rather than anything recent. Human communication is as constant and unpredictable as the ocean waves.

Since writing the above, Marc decided to add another couple of anagrams from, in alphabetical order, the letters e-i- l-s, that sound like negative words, which was something he thought about, and also fitted in with adding a couple of words at the bottom to finish off the mirror falling-sinking form nicely.

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Anagram Ocean Inspiration, Navigating Uncharted Metaphor

slie esil
lies are not an isle
jutting up jealously
sticking out
high above surface

stormy poisoned seas, dragging sailors down

tattered tugboats try
staying together
seeing out storm
truth usually sails against wind
often sinking

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Marc Latham’s central site is the Greenygrey (http://www.greenygrey.co.uk), and he has books available on Smashwords and Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/author/marclatham).