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Post by Linds911 on Fri Jan 10, 2020 12:33 am

Good for them. Much needed.


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Post by Dutchy23 on Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:36 pm

@Norcalgal wrote:
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The British protocol needs to reform.

I couldn't agree with you more but we might differ in how to approach reformation. As one who would like to see changes in the US, I feel I cannot support my favorite candidate/causes but rather focus on what I would like to see in the short-term. Australians probably know they cannot have an economy selling coal to the rest of the world (a huge polluter, furthering harm to our planet) and then ask for sympathy for the wildfires damage forever. So change will have to be made. It's a matter of steps, especially with big institutions. And two of the biggest and long-standing institutions are the Catholic Church and the British monarchy!

People don't like disruption to their daily lives in a big way - heck, those of us in Northern California who had to endure power shut-offs to 'prevent' wildfires squawked the loudest! I am all for Harry living the life he wants but he should respect his Queen and grandmother, not to mention his father and brother AND the public, who have allowed him to have an incredibly privileged life. It comes with downsides but so does lack of education and poverty.

My own personal opinion is Meghan has found it quite stifling to live up to the expectations. She wasn't raised in the UK and coming late to 'The Firm' was probably far more difficult than we can imagine. She was an outspoken and admired public person and now she has to watch her every word and step. I could not imagine having my family publicly disrespect and talk about me the way hers has. Neither she nor Harry should be forced to live a 'caged' life. But how they go about change should be respectful. And there are other royal families who have successfully navigated change that may offer examples.

I'm Dutch and have been living in a Kingdom all my live. It's very different from republic countries. Although our royals don't have much power, they do have influence. They represent our country and are a stable factor in this representation, which is a big difference with a republic, were things change with every president. Our royal family is modern and most of them are living a normal life and have jobs. Our princesses attend public schools. Most European kingdoms are like ours.

The British royal family is very strict. There are so many rules and so much protocol it's like living in a prison. The Queen can't abduct and has to rule till she dies! You can't expect reformation from people over 90! They are stuck in their old ways and rules. I couldn't live in that family either. There are so many ridicules rules. I think it's very brave of Harry to try and change. He has always been different and I don't think it's just because of Meghan, so I don't think it's fair to blame her for what is happening.


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Post by Newto on Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:40 pm

^^ Good Post


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Post by GuardianAngel on Fri Jan 10, 2020 10:48 pm

@Dutchy23 good post. I enjoy following them too!

I think the opportunities for them will be endless.


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Post by Newto on Sat Jan 11, 2020 4:08 am

^^ I certainly hope so. They are so different from the rest of that stuck-up family. JMHO


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Post by Astrobach on Wed Apr 01, 2020 3:31 am

@Dutchy23 WOW! Well said! I didn’t post in here before and it’s an interesting coincidence that you all posted on my birthday!
And now I came to post that we can expect some major changes and maybe some news coming from Buckingham Palace or the British Royals.
They are all - the Queen, Charles, William and Harry - hit by a very potent astrological aspect that is usually not good news for anyone in power. I wouldn’t be surprised if something that signifies ‘ an ending’ of some sorts occurs this week.
Not  wishing anyone any bad luck or anything like that, by the way, but these are strong forces tat have historically been newsworthy. Don’t shoot the messenger.
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