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British professor decries plan Harry and Meghan to go to Africa to move: the Epitome of colonial arrogance
Royalty Prince Harry (34) and his wife, Meghan Markle (37) dreams of moving to Africa, but not everyone is the waiting period for that. The duke and duchess of Sussex hóeven not to Africa to their brand and build their influence to increase. Africa has nothing at all to royalty-glamour, the British activist and professor Kehinde Andrews in an op-ed on CNN.

Harry and Meghan would, according to the latest posts of two or three years in Africa living and charitable work want to combine it with jobs for the Commonwealth, and the promotion of the United Kingdom. Former ambassador David Manning, that the few advises, sees benefits for both the royalty as well as the United Kingdom. That would take maximum advantage of the ‘rocksterrenstatus’ of Harry and Meghan. Moreover, it would be Meghan, her child and want to get knowledge with the real Africa.

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“Unfortunately, is the reality that the only tradition that the couple would embrace the long colonial history of Britain in general, and the royal family in the bijzonde,’ writes Andrews in his opinion. According to the activist and scientist, who is working at the university of Birmingham and is seen as the first professor of black studies in the United Kingdom, was this not exactly the intention, " when black radicals talking about a ‘back to Africa’movement.


“So, if Harry and Meghan to take the step, they will not be anywhere modern multiracial couples represent, but the colonial institution that is the British monarchy’, will Andrews further. He believes that doing charity work and you to be photographed with elephants ‘the historical character of the relationship between England and Africa is not without effect, " and don't even understand why Harry and Meghan is part of an international publicity plan. “Nothing is more international than the British royal family.’

Andrews asks him what the prince and his family would do if they live in Africa. “In the past British members of the colonies as their personal playgrounds treated. (...) It is the culmination of the British colonial arrogance that the duke and duchess to their dream destination discuss in a time where African migrants will not be less welcome in Britain. This should serve as a reminder that the monarchy is a symbol of the problems in Africa, and it is unlikely that Harry and Meghan a part of the solution by simply their home address to change it.’

Or Harry and Meghan, that very soon their first child hope to welcome, truly a emigration to consider, is not yet officially confirmed. According to Buckingham Palace, "all future plans" of Harry and Meghan ‘at this stage speculative’. “There are no decisions taken about their future roles. The duke will be his role as a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, to continue to play.’

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