We are back to accepting MM and Harry Articles and anons

Sorry for the inconvenience but we think it’s time, we are sick of Meghan Markle, but we see that she is beating up Kate and William now. We can’t sit idly by and allow her to do that.

We do care for the Monarchy; they’re everyone’s Royal Family.  You have to make a stand, the other royals are acting like Royals and why should they be punished for the misdeeds of the ungrateful.

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Britain’s Prince Charles (C) next to the Vice-President of the Council of State of Cuba Ramiro Valdes (3-L) raises the scissors before cutting the ribbon during the cornerstone laying ceremony of a photovoltaic park at Mariel Special Economic Development Zone in Artemisa province, Cuba on March 26, 2019. – Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, are on the first royal visit to communist-run Cuba at a time when ally Washington is seeking to ramp up sanctions against the island. (Photo by YAMIL LAGE / AFP) (Photo credit should read YAMIL LAGE/AFP/Getty Images)

Oh shit, well that sucks, lol

HAVANA – Prince Charles and his wife Camilla begin the first official trip to Cuba by the British royal family on Sunday, in a pomp-filled display of disagreement with the Trump administration’s strategy of economically isolating the communist island.

The heir to the British throne is expected to land in Havana around 5 p.m. and lay a wreath at the memorial to colonial independence hero Jose Marti, near massive portraits of socialist revolutionary icons including guerrilla fighter Che Guevara. The next two days include visits to historic sites, a solar park, organic farm and biomedical research center, and a meeting with entrepreneurs, cultural gala and dinner with President Miguel Diaz-Canel.

It does not include visits with political dissidents or other critics of Cuba’s single-party system, a decision prompting criticism from Cuban exiles.

Republican Sen. Rick Scott of Florida last month asked Charles to cancel his trip based on Cuba’s support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and the island’s “decades-long history of persecuting and imprisoning its defectors and repressing its people.”

Fellow Florida Sen. Marco Rubio also has long advocated for isolating Cuba and Venezuela, and the senators have found a receptive audience in the Trump administration, which has been tightening financial sanctions on both countries in the hopes of toppling their governments.

U.S. President Donald Trump has seen European and Latin American support for his Venezuela policy, but less backing on Cuba, whose government has already withstood a 60-year U.S. embargo without showing any signs of losing its grip on power.

Sir Alan Duncan, the British minister of state for Europe and the Americas, wrote Scott last month that “like a number of other countries, we believe that the best way to promote human rights and encourage a Cuba that fully respects fundamental freedoms is through practical diplomacy, such as with this visit.”

I disagree with Sir Duncan, these people won’t promote human rights, you’re handing them more money to oppress. The Cuban government will tell you one thing and do another. Ask the people of Venezuela? Communism worked out so well for the Russians. Well, anywho we are open for the dumpster fire and the puppet. 



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