Welcome to Great Britain — where greatness comes to those lucky enough to be born into the “right family”.
Our Future King
The Daily Mail tells us that in 50 years time we’ll be expected to bow and scrape like the commoners we are to King George Alexander Louis. Are they insane?
Think about that. Most of us will be old men and women by then, or long gone. But this kid who was born a few weeks ago will lord over all of us one day, and more importantly, over our children.
Every single child in the UK not born into a privileged family has just received the middle finger treatment. Literally.
Why do we allow this? Are we really that pathetic? The royal family and the nobility are the antithesis to Meritocracy. They are the enemies of merit, aspiration, creativity, talent, and equal opportunities.
Everything we hold dear they desecrate with their mere existence.
Not to mention that George himself is destined to an …
Let’s look at a few ways that the new baby boy will be different from the rest of us growing up, where he’ll
- Be constantly surrounded by bodyguards.
- Be fawned over.
- Attend the best schools money and privilege can buy.
- Never have to work.
- Enlist in a phony military career and likely reach officer rank. Meritocracy in the army? Yeah, right.
- Suffer having his life aired in the tabloids.
- Be hated for what he represents.
What can this child possibly aspire to when he has everything handed to him on a silver platter? Combine the damaging psychological effects of being born into the royal family with living in a bubble of privilege, and we’re looking at another ruler who will have no clue about the plight of everyday people.
Oh, and that’s assuming he ever ascends the throne. Because unless he walks away, or the sick British sycophancy is incurable, then he’s facing a life of losing all of his privileges when Meritocratic Democracy kicks in.
Your Children or Their Children
If you value the livelihood of your children, then the choice is stark clear. You either accept that EVERYONE should start from the same starting point in the race of life, or you teach your children to walk backwards in the presence of “royalty”.
No one else is going to do it for you.
You have to make a choice. You have to make a stand.