by A Traditional British Citizen
No single act has brought home the fact that this country is institutionally multi- cultural, than our Prince announcing that he is to marry a lady of mixed race from another country.
British nationalists have been officially monarchists since the forming of the National Front in 1967, albeit reluctant monarchists, having always felt let down by the ‘First Family’.
The duty of the Monarchy was decided, long ago, by Oliver Cromwell and Charles the first and whilst our democratic governments come and go, under a system copied throughout the world, the idea is that the ‘First Family’ represent the people and country, faithfully and decently.
I believe that things like traditional culture and heritage are the backbone of our country and guarantee the unique, independent future of the British people.
This forthcoming marriage flies in the face of all that I believe in and therefore with the greatest respect to the lady in question, I cannot in all conscience, approve or celebrate.